The Student Chairs are responsible for assembling the Student Paper Committee, requesting student papers, selecting appropriate ones, arranging for their presentation (including the format, such as workshop or posters, and if appropriate refreshments, presentation and computer requirements, and all other special needs. In addition, the student workshop chairs are responsible for proposing travel grant recipients --- see policy on general student travel funding
If the student papers are presented in a workshop, then the same general instructions apply as hold for Workshop Chairs (see workshop-chair). Most details are described in the ACL Policy on Workshops (ftp://ftp.cs.columbia.edu/acl-l/Information/workshop-policy.gz), also reproduced here as ACL-policy-worksp-support.
The workshops must be self-financing (at least);
profits belong to ACL, but may (with agreement by the Exec) be used to
support invited speakers and students.
Student Program Committee
The Student Chair, in collaboration with the
advisor(s) appointed by the ACL Exec, must assemble and submit a list
reviewers to the ACL Exec. After this list has been approved, the
Chair can invite the reviewers to serve on the Student Program
Call for Papers
Sample calls for student papers appear in Student Session Call-for-Papers
Proceedings are printed and distributed by the
For formatting (title page, etc.) see student-workshop-proceedings.