Welcome to the new website!

We suspect that many of you might have already logged into the website, modified with your profile, maybe made a Recommendation submission…or maybe not!  We have a few “getting started” with the new website tasks that will help everyone get the most out of SEAC, and more specifically, harness the power of this new website.

There is plenty to see and do, now that you are here. We know that folks do not have a lot of spare time for “yet another social profile,” but part of what is going to enable SEAC to become a more prevalent professional society with additional value-added content, we need you to participate. It will not take long and it will greatly help us establish our new website – which can be modified in the future to better serve our needs, as required. Here is an important list of to-do’s:

Login to the Website

Click the “Log In” link in the gray menu bar above and login with your username and password. You may need to reset your password, see step 2.

Change your Password

Existing users may have received an email instructing them to change their password. This is always a good practice. If you did not do so, you can reset your password with the above link (you will need your username, which was sent to you or you created if a new member).

Confirm E-Mail Subscription

New users (new members) were asked to join our mailing list, but existing members who were ported to the new site were not explicitly asked. By submitting your email address you are opting-in to our mailing list. If you haven’t already done so (you can also do it on your profile), you will not receive email from SEAC.

Update your Profile

All paid members now have a profile. Simply click the “My Profile” link in the gray menu bar to access your profile. Please update it! Add your avatar, a background image, details about your career, etc. It’s all about networking! By the way, notice that we are tracking your membership details on your profile now, among a few other things like controlling email and privacy of fields.

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