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The abstract portal is open for Member Poster submissions!
Deadline:
August 22nd
at 11:59 PM ET




QUESTIONS?

Contact SSSS at thesociety@sexscience.org or
610-443-3100 (Regular EST Business Hours)

SSSS conference emails will be sent from mailer@mailer2.clubexpress.com & TheSociety@SexScience.org.
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Eric Schrimshaw, PhD (he/him)

Dr. Eric W. Schrimshaw is Professor and Chair of the Department of Population Health Sciences at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine which he joined in July 2019. Before joining UCF, he spent 22 years at Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health’s Department of Sociomedical Sciences. With a PhD in social/personality psychology, Dr. Schrimshaw’s research is focused on LGBT health disparities and HIV prevention and treatment. His past research includes studies of lesbian, gay, and bisexual adolescents, HIV-positive women and older adults, behaviorally-bisexual men, use of pornography by gay and bisexual men, and use of hook-up apps by gay and bisexual men. Dr. Schrimshaw’s research makes extensive use of longitudinal designs and a mixed-methods approach that features both online surveys as well as in-depth qualitative interviewing to understand health behaviors. His research makes frequent use of social media marketing campaigns for participant recruitment, data collection, and retention. He currently serves as PI on three current NIH R01 studies funded by the National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities including studies of sexual scripts among gay and bisexual youth (with Dr. Ellen Benoit), male sex workers who meet partners on hook-up apps (with Dr. Karolynn Siegel), and protective factors for suicide among young lesbian and bisexual women (with Dr. Lindsay Taliaferro). 


Edda I. Santiago-Rodríguez, DrPH, MPH, MA
 (she/her)


Dr. Edda I. Santiago-Rodríguez is an Adjunct Professor at the School of Public Health at the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus. With a DrPH in Social Determinants of Health and postdoctoral education in HIV prevention research, she is interested in understanding the way social determinants of health influence people’s health, including sexual health, and wellbeing. For the past 10 years, she has worked with populations made vulnerable and communities in Puerto Rico and the United States. She has focused on a series of HIV-related projects working to examine intersectional stigma, housing instability, and psychosocial factors affecting sexual minority men, transgender women and other Latino people living with HIV and their HIV care and treatment outcomes. She has blended her academic training and research experience in public health, social-community psychology, and HIV research, and leveraged her skills and insights in conducting qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research. Her long term research plan is to focus on understanding and eliminating the health inequities that influence the health of frequently marginalized populations, specifically the LGBT health disparities in Latino communities in the United States and Puerto Rico.






Cory L. Pedersen, PhD


Cory Pedersen earned her Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia in 2004.  After teaching many years as a graduate student at UBC and adjunct instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Cory was hired full-time at KPU in 2005. 
Her interest in human sexuality began in 2007, with research on developmental trends in the adolescent sexual timetable.  She developed the very popular course, Psychology 3010 (Human Sexuality) in 2008 has been immersed in sexology and the psychology of gender ever since. In 2011, Cory founded the Observations and Research in Gender and Sexuality Matters Lab to further her interests, providing students an opportunity to gain valuable research experience in sex and gender studies. Since its inception, several collaborative projects with the lab have been presented at conferences and in publication, and over a dozen lab members have been accepted to graduate school. 

In her free time, Cory can be found golfing and dancing poorly, reading prolifically, and loving movies, binge-worthy television shows, her family, and her dog.



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Member Posters
Member Posters

Members of SSSS are invited to submit a new abstract to showcase late-breaking work or get feedback on an ongoing project (limited to one abstract as lead presenter/author).


Already a SSSS member? Log in to submit your abstract!


Deadline to Submit an Abstract – Monday, August 22nd at 11:59PM ET

Decision Notifications will be Sent – Friday, August 26th

Presenter Registration Deadline – Monday, September 5th


Become a SSSS Member Today!


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Land Acknowledgement
Land Acknowledgement

The 2022 SSSS Annual Conference will be held in the territories of

xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), 

Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), &

Sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

 

History

The land of present-day Vancouver was inhabited by the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh nations for thousands of years.


The Musqueam are traditional hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ speaking people who have always moved throughout the territory using the resources it provides for fishing, hunting, trapping, and gathering. The name Musqueam relates back to the flowering plant, məθkʷəy̓, which grows in the Fraser River estuary. A sχʷəy̓em̓ that has been passed on from generation to generation explains how they became known as the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm – People of the məθkʷəy̓ plant. (Source: https://www.musqueam.bc.ca/)


According to Squamish history, it is not known when the first humans entered Howe Sound in search of food and shelter, but it is reasonable to believe it was 5,000 years or more ago. To survive, they would have led a nomadic life, travelling wherever resources were best obtained for the time of year. As hundreds of years rolled by, they grew in number and permanent settlements began to evolve. Living in the same place for thousands of years has given aboriginal people a sense of stewardship and connection to the land which is almost extinct for Europeans. They did not feel ownership as we understand it today, they felt custodial inheritance, of a land and terrain which belonged by natural right to everyone. (Source: https://www.squamishhistory.ca/historyofsquamish)


Oral history tells us up to 10,000 Tsleil-Waututh members lived in the traditional territory before contact with Europeans. The ancestors’ survival depended on cycles of hunting, harvesting, and preserving foods, and on trade with neighbors. Originally, this great nation was about 10,000 strong, a distinct Coast Salish nation whose territory includes Burrard Inlet and the waters draining into it. (Source: https://twnation.ca/)

 

The first Europeans to explore the area were Spanish Captain José María Narváez in 1791, and British naval Captain George Vancouver in 1792. In 1827 Fort Langley trading post set up by Hudson’s Bay Company and in the 1860s European settlements began. With the influx of Europeans, the Indigenous Peoples in Canada were killed in the largest numbers by European diseases such as measles, smallpox, and influenza for which they had no immunity. They also were killed by European blades and guns, and colonialism—land theft on a gigantic scale, forced removals, and exhaustion of natural resources. From the 1830s onward, the indigenous groups were encouraged—at times forced—to give up their old migratory habits, settle on reserves, learn farming and trading, and receive religious instruction. By the second half of the nineteenth century, the British Canadians were ready to do away with the political and cultural independent existence of indigenous nations. In 1867, the British North America Act united three British colonies into the first four provinces of the Dominion of Canada, establishing Canada as a federation of provinces, a dominion under the British Crown.


Two main pieces of legislation laid the foundation for what was to be the new Dominion’s policy regarding relations with First Nations: the Gradual Civilization Act of 1857 and the Gradual Enfranchisement Act of 1869. This marked the beginning of the forced dependency of the First Nations on the Canadian government and the forced assimilation of the First Nations people. One could either be deemed “Status Indian” or “enfranchised” – not both. For example, if Status Indians earned a university degree or became a professional, they gained full Canadian citizenship (with or without their consent) and lost their Indian status.


As Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald said in 1887, “The great aim of our legislation has been to do away with the tribal system and assimilate the Indian people in all respects with the other inhabitants of the Dominion as speedily as they are fit to change.” Yet despite this high talk of Indian enfranchisement, the official process designed to assimilate indigenous people as soon as possible, Indigenous Peoples in Canada could not vote until the 1960s.

(Source: https://www.facinghistory.org/stolen-lives-indigenous-peoples-canada-and-indian-residential-schools/historical-background/banning-indigenous-culture)

 

Today

Musqueam people continue to practice their traditions and culture daily. They do this by practicing sacred ceremonies and, more informally, through sharing meals and sχʷəy̓em̓ amongst community and with other First Nations communities who practice the same traditions. xʷməθkʷəy̓əm people continue to honour their collective responsibilities to keep their culture vital and strong, share the teachings and laws, and work collaboratively to protect our environment while building a vibrant community for all. (Source: https://www.musqueam.bc.ca/)


The Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Úxumixw, the Squamish territory is 6732 square kilometers with about 4,000 members of the Squamish Nation. They speak Sk̲wx̲wú7mesh Snichem with the number of fluent speakers being extremely low but they are aggressive in bringing back to their youth. (Source: https://slcc.ca/history/) The modern era of Squamish Nation history started in 1923 when a majority of the Squamish People who were eligible voters at the time all voted to request the Federal Department of Indian Affairs amalgamate several different Indian Bands with Squamish People into a single entity called the Squamish Nation. The amalgamation request was approved and all accounts were merged, all Indian Reserve lands were to be held by the single entity, and all Squamish People were to receive equal distribution of any revenue received from any of the 26 different Indian Reserve lands that belonged to all Squamish People. (Source: https://www.squamish.net/)



Today the Tsleil-Waututh nation draws on the knowledge of their ancestors to remedy past wrongs, reclaim their territory and traditions, and advance into a bright future. They assert their Aboriginal rights and title and put the Tsleil-Waututh face back on our traditional territory in all they do. The population has increased more than 200% in the past 30 years. Today, the Nation is more than 500 people strong, including a young population and growing quickly. The stewardship ensures Tsleil-Waututh participates in all planning and development on the traditional territory, so once-abundant resources can be restored, protected, and used sustainably. They are rebuilding our culture and environment so future generations can thrive as ancestors have. (Source: https://twnation.ca/)

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While land acknowledgment is a small part of supporting Indigenous peoples, SSSS hopes this statement will inspire others show solidarity with native communities.


If you are able, please donate to:

·        Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society http://www.vafcs.org/about/donate.php

·        Honoring Indigenous Peoples (HIP) https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/65391

·        Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre https://slcc.ca/supportus/

·        BC Aboriginal Child Care Society https://www.acc-society.bc.ca/donate/

·        Indspire: https://indspire.ca/ways-to-give/donate/

 

·        List of Indigenous Organizations in Canada published by the British Columbia Aboriginal Network on Disability Society: https://www.bcands.bc.ca/aboriginal-organizations/

 

If you are not able to donate, please amplify the voices of Indigenous people leading movements of change.


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Discounted Rates for SSSS Members!
Discounted Rates for SSSS Members!

If you are not a SSSS member, join today and your membership will continue through December 31, 2022 - - member benefits include lower conference rates!


Member benefits also include:


  • Access to SSSS journal, the Journal of Sex Research (online access starts with Vol.1, Issue 1 in 1965 to current Issue)
  • Members can contribute to the Sexual Science News page (publications, promotions, projects, awards, events, and more)
  • Opportunities to Receive Grants and Nominate/Receive Awards
  • Special Interest Groups (SIG) – An opportunity to network and connect with other members who share your same areas of interest!
  • Mentorship Program – Opportunities to build your professional network and chat with professionals in the field of sex science!
  • Member Directory – Share your information to network with other members!
  • Sex Expert Directory – Share your information with the public for networking, press, media, and marketing!
  • Event Archives - Access the recordings of select live events, such as Mentorship and SIG presentations.
  • And More!



Join/Renew Today!


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Hotel Information
Hotel Information

Thank you for supporting SSSS by staying at the host hotel!


Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre

1000 Burrard Street

Vancouver, British Columbia

V6Z 2R9 Canada


Group rates are available from Sunday, October 30th to Thursday, November 10th.


Room Rates*

(single or double occupancy):

Traditional Room/Run of the House: $199 CAD**



*Limited availability at these rates. Rooms are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.

**Taxes and Fees not included.


Click Here to Make your Reservation





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Special Interest Group Sessions
Special Interest Group Sessions



More SIG Sessions will be announced soon!

Check back often!

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Sponsorships
Sponsorships

Interested in becoming a #SSSS2022 Sponsor?


Visit:

 2022 Sponsorships Opportunities



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Preliminary Agenda - Updated 8/12/2022!
Preliminary Agenda - Updated 8/12/2022!
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Presentation Information & Guidelines
Presentation Information & Guidelines



Click Here for all Presentation Information & Guidelines

Updated: 8/12/2022


IMPORTANT NOTES:

  • All concurrent sessions are on Friday, November 4th and Saturday, November 5th. See the "Preliminary Agenda" section of this page for more detailed information.
  • The presentation schedule will be available in late summer.
  • Poster sessions are on Thursday, November 3rd, Friday, November 4th and Saturday, November 5th.
  • The conference mobile/web app will be available to presenters in October.
  • Virtual Poster Presenters: Please upload your materials by Tuesday, November 1st.


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Financial Support for Attendees
Financial Support for Attendees


Family Support Assistance

To be completed prior to registering for the conference.

Click Here for the Family Support Application

Limit 1 SSSS scholarship/award/grant per year




New!

Equity and Justice in Sexuality Research Financial Assistance Program

If you identify as a member of the Black, Indigenous and People of Color community (BIPOC; e.g., Asian, Black, Indigenous, Latina/e/o, Middle Eastern of North African) and would like to be considered to receive financial assistance to offset the cost of attendance, please complete the form below. The amount, number, and type of assistance provided is dependent upon funding.


The application is now closed.


The deadline to complete the form is August 8, 2022 at 11:59pm ET. Notifications of assistance will be sent in mid to late-August, so you can process your registration before the presenter registration deadline and/or before the rates increase.*


*Note: Presenter registration deadline is Monday, September 5th. Registration rates increase after October 3rd.

Limit 1 SSSS scholarship/award/grant per year


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Registration: In-Person
Registration: In-Person

NEW: Financial Support Options!

BEFORE YOU REGISTER, see "Financial Support for Attendees" for information on applying for financial assistance.


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Interested in member conference rates?

You must complete the Membership Process and payment BEFORE beginning the registration process.


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Presenter Registration Deadline:  

The Conference Planning Committee will need to finalize the 2022 Conference Program, so we need to have all presenter registrations completed by September 5th. If SSSS does not receive your registration September 5th, we will assume you will not be attending the conference, and will remove your presentation from the 2022 Annual Conference Program. 


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Special Instructions for Non-Member Student Registrants:

If you have registered as a STUDENT (in-person or virtual), you must complete the Student Status Form - 2022 within one week of registering.


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Since you will be asked to accept the SSSS Code of Conduct during the registration process, please read the Statement of Values & Expectations (starting on page 3), PRIOR to registering for the conference.


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Full Registration:

On or Before October 3rd, 2022:

US$ 540 SSSS Professional Members

US$ 350 SSSS Student Members


US$ 780 Non-Members

US$ 470 Non-Members (Student)

Please note: You save money by purchasing a SSSS membership & registering as a member!


After October 3rd, 2022:

US$ 610 SSSS Professional Members

US$ 420 SSSS Student Members


US$ 850 Non-Members

US$ 540 Non-Members (Student)

Please note: You save money by purchasing a SSSS membership & registering as a member!


Interested in Continuing Education credits?

You can register for CE after your conference registration is submitted. Check your confirmation email for details.


US$ 30 SSSS Member Continuing Education Credits

US$ 50 Non-Member Continuing Education Credits




Click Here to Register for #SSSS2022 - IN-PERSON!



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Registration: Virtual
Registration: Virtual

Interested in member conference rates?

You must complete the Membership Process and payment BEFORE beginning the registration process.


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Presenter Registration Deadline:  

The Conference Planning Committee will need to finalize the 2022 Conference Program, so we need to have all presenter registrations completed by September 5th. If SSSS does not receive your registration by September 5th, we will assume you will not be attending the conference, and will remove your presentation from the 2022 Annual Conference Program. 


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Special Instructions for Non-Member Student Registrants:

If you have registered as a STUDENT (in-person or virtual), you must complete the Student Status Form - 2022 within one week of registering.


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Since you will be asked to accept the SSSS Code of Conduct during the registration process, please read the Statement of Values & Expectations (starting on page 3), PRIOR to registering for the conference.


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What is included with Virtual Registration?

  • Live Stream (including live Q&A) of 5 Plenary Sessions
  • Live Stream of Awards Ceremony
  • Live Stream of Membership Business Meeting & Mixer
  • Pre-recorded virtual poster presentations
  • Access to all presentation abstracts


Virtual Registration:

US$ 50 SSSS Members

US$ 30 SSSS Members (Student)*

US$ 80 Non-Members

US$ 40 Non-Members (Student)*


Interested in Continuing Education credits?

You can register for CE after your conference registration is submitted. Check your confirmation email for details.


US$ 30 SSSS Member Continuing Education Credits

US$ 50 Non-Member Continuing Education Credits


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR #SSSS2022 - VIRTUAL


FAQs


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When & Where
When & Where

The SSSS 2022 Annual Conference will be held at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre (1000 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2R9 Canada) from November 3rd to November 6th.


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Special Services & Accommodations
Special Services & Accommodations


SSSS is committed to individuals who require special services per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you require any accommodations in order to participate in the conference, please inform SSSS at TheSociety@SexScience.org.


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Registration
Registration

Am I eligible for the member rate?

Anyone with a current 2022 SSSS membership will receive the member registration rate. When you become a member for the discounted rate, it is a two step process, so be sure to process both to receive the member rate option during registration. If you have any questions about your membership, contact the SSSS office at TheSociety@SexScience.org

 

Do co-authors have to register?

Anyone attending/presenting at the conference must register.

 

How do I earn CEs?

The CE registration link can be found in your registration confirmation email. If you did not receive your confirmation email, contact SSSS at TheSociety@SexScience.org.


How do I let you know if I am attending the breakfasts/lunch/receptions?
An email will be sent to all registrants in mid-September to collect attendance for networking/special events.

I'm receiving an award, so my partner wants to attend the Awards Ceremony. Can we pay for only that event?
Contact SSSS at TheSociety@SexScience.org for guest ticket information.

If I am a presenter, do I have to register? Is there a special rate?

Yes, all presenters must register by the presenter deadline of September 5th. We do not offer presenter rates, but we do offer member rates and lower rates if registered before October 3rd.

 


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'Cancellation Policy (in-person & virtual)
Cancellation Policy (in-person & virtual)

What is the cancellation policy for the conference?

All 2022 SSSS Annual Conference cancellation requests must be sent to SSSS by email at thesociety@sexscience.org. If the email is received by September 30, 2022, your full registration will be refunded. If the email is received between October 1-14, 2022, your registration will be refunded minus a $100.00 (USD) administrative fee. There will be no refunds as of October 15, 2022. All refunds will be sent electronically or by check. Email should include: name, mailing address, phone number, reason for cancellation, the name/email address of the credit card that was used when purchasing your registration, and a statement from you to remove your presentation from the Annual Conference Program (include presentation title and co-authors if applicable).  If SSSS must cancel or relocate the 2022 Annual Conference an email will be sent to all registrants with details and refund options.

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COVID-19 Information
COVID-19 Information
I am traveling internationally to Vancouver. What are the rules/restrictions for entering Canada?

Visit COVID-19: Travel, testing and borders - Travel.gc.ca for all information on travelling to Canada. Updates are made regularly so check back often!

The Government of Canada requires all non-Canadian citizens aged 18 and over entering the country to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. If you are exempt from being vaccinated and/or not vaccinated, please review all information to ensure you can enter Canada. MANDATORY - - All travelers are required to submit your travel plans via ArriveCAN within 72 hours of your entry into Canada. Please review now to ensure you have the proper documentation and review periodically in case requirements change.

Hotel Statment: Customers should review government guidance to confirm eligibility to travel & stay at hotel. See travelguidance.marriott.com. The health and safety of the guests is the top priority: COVID-19 updates and what to expect at our hotel.



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Sessions & Workshops
Sessions & Workshops
Can I see what sessions will be offered before I arrive?
See "Preliminary Agenda" for the most up-to-date information, and you will receive access to the web/mobile app in Fall.

How do I get the AV equipment I will need?
Each presenter will be provided a projector, laptop and screen. Contact the SSSS office prior to the conference with any additional AV needs so we can forward your email to the AV company. Presenters are responsible for the cost of any additional AV needs.

I am presenting a virtual poster. What are the instructions to complete this?
See "Presentation Information & Guidelines".

I am presenting a poster in Vancouver. What is the size for the posters?
3.5' W x 4' H

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Continuing Education
Continuing Education
Can I attend the CE sessions if I didn't register for CE?
T
he CE workshops are open to all conference registrants, but CE registrants will have priority if the maximum room capacity is reached. Also, if you didn't register and pay for CE prior before the start of the conference, you will not receive the certificate of completion or credits for attending.

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Travel, Transportation & Visas
Travel, Transportation & Visas
I am an international participant and need a letter of invitation before I can receive my visa. What is the process?
Send the information you need to the SSSS office at TheSociety@SexScience.org. Please allow 5 business days for the letter to be produced.

What are the travel guidelines for Vancouver?
For the latest information on domestic and international travel guidelines: 
Updates are made every few weeks so check back often!

When should I book my flight?
We recommend booking your flight as soon as possible. We highly recommend purchasing flight insurance. If the conference moves to virtual or relocates because of forces outside of our control, SSSS is not responsible for flight cancellation fees. When planning your travel, arrive early on Thursday to attend a Special Interest Group (SIG) session and depart later on Sunday to allow time to attend the plenary session. Students and first-time attendees also have an opportunity to meet SSSS leaders on Thursday before the SIG sessions.

How can I get from the airport to the hotel?
The hotel does not provide shuttle service. Estimated taxi fare is $31 CAD (one way) and subway service is $9 CAD (one way). Visit the YVR site for more information.

What is the local transportation?
Visit the Visitor's guide to public transit | City of Vancouver for your transportation options. The nearest bus station is the Pacific Central Station (3 km NE from hotel) and the train station is Pacific Central Station (2 km from hotel).



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Host Hotel
Host Hotel
Where is the conference hotel?
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
1000 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6Z 2R9
Canada
Hotel Website


What are the room rates for the conference hotel?
See the "Hotel Information" section above for rates.

The rates are listed for single and double occupancy - how much for a third adult in our room?
The charge for a third adult in a room is $30 CAD per person per night plus applicable taxes.

I am a student looking to share a room with another student attendee to help with the travel costs. How can I connect with someone?
You can post a thread on the Room Share Forum. Please note that SSSS is not responsible for any information shared on the site or any room situations. 

How long can I get the group reservation rate?
The rooms available at the conference rates are limited. They are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.

What dates are covered at the group reservation rate?
Rates will be available from three days prior to the conference, and three days after the conference, subject to availability.

How can I reserve a room?
Click the link under the "Hotel Information" on this page, or call +1 604-331-1000 and state you are with the group "The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality-SSSS" to receive the group rate.

What is the required deposit?
A deposit equal to one night's stay will be required for each room at the time it is reserved.

What are the amenities that come with my room reservation?
Free Wifi, mini-refrigerator in room, room service, barber/beauty shop, fitness center, pool, coffee/tea in room, and more. Visit the hotel website for more information.

When can I check into the conference hotel?

Check-in is available at 3:00 PM and check-out is scheduled for 12:00 PM.

Is WIFI available?
Complimentary internet access is available in the guest rooms and conference spaces.

What is the parking rate at the hotel?
On-Site Parking is $41 CAD per day or valet parking is $45 CAD per day.

 


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Volunteering
Volunteering
Can I volunteer during the conference?
The Ambassador Program application is available for SSSS student members.

Thank you to the #SSSS2022 Sponsors!





   

    


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