The workshop will be held on the campus of the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado in Berthoud Hall Room, 241 (Campus Map G-6). On campus housing is located in Elm Hall (Campus Map I-5), a 3 minute google walk.
Workshop fees include conference cost and breakfast, lunch and morning and afternoon snacks. You are responsible for your own dinners. All participants must apply for support for workshop fees.
Participants will be housed on campus at lm Elm Hall (Campus Map I-5). Dormitory style accommodations are double occupancy with a limited number of singles available. Housing package includes breakfast and lunch at the Mines Market Cafeteria. Dinner is NOT included.
Dinner: 5-6:30P available for purchase ($11.50)
Check in: June 9, 3-6P Lobby Elm Hall
Check out: June 14, 10A
Participants are responsible for lost key charges.
Off campus lodging is paid at the travelers own expense.
Please check back for instructions.
We recommend flying into Denver International Airport (DEN) prior to the beginning of the workshop, Sunday, June 9 and departing the afternoon of Friday, June 14.
Travelers can arrange for airport transportation to the following services:
SuperShuttle: $46 shared
Golden West Shuttle: $45
UberPOOL: $44 (estimate)
Fares are estimated one-way prices.
Look for a sign-up list if you want to economize and share rides.
Travel support is available for participants from U.S. institutions to cover most of transportation costs. Please apply when registering.
Visitors to campus during operational hours — Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-5 p.m. — should park in the General (blue) and Commuter (yellow) lots. Please visit the pay stations to receive a parking permit or us the pay-by-cell option. Parking is enforced via license plate software. [website][parking map]
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