UPitt surveys attendees on ISS

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Wednesday, September 2, 2020

PITTSBURGH – The University of Pittsburgh is surveying prospective attendees of the 37th International Seating Symposium about their likelihood of attending the event, depending on the pandemic situation. The four-question survey asks attendees: What is your primary purpose for attending ISS; if by Jan. 15, the pandemic situation has not improved or changed, would you plan on attending the event in-person, attend remotely or not attend at all; if the situation has improved (i.e. a reliable vaccine has become available but not completely implemented), would you plan on attending the event in-person, attend remotely or not attend at all; and if the situation appears to be almost mitigated, would you plan on attending the event in-person, attend remotely or not attend at all. ISS is scheduled to take place March 18-20 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.