ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON GEOGRAPHERS
Autumn 2001 meetingProgram
GEOGRAPHY FOR LIVING
Social, Government, and Business Applications of Our Shared Discipline
Saturday 27 October 2001
University of Washington
Join academic and practicing geographers from across Washington and British Columbia, to exchange ideas, discover trends in research and practice, and meet each other!
Students, please come: registration is free for students ($10 for others; includes lunch), and you can learn about career prospects and graduate programs! Win a prize in our student paper and poster competitions!
To give an oral paper (15 minute presentations with 5 minutes Q&A) or to participate in an illustrated paper (poster) session, send your:
to Professor JW Harrington, firstname.lastname@example.org Friday 19 October.
Even if you're not giving a paper, it will be very helpful if you register in advance, by e-mail, mail, or fax.
The meeting will be 9:00 a.m. - 2:35 p.m. (registration and refreshments at 8:30) on Saturday 27 October on the Fourth Floor of Smith Hall. Parking should be available in the Central Plaza Garage (Gate 1, 15th & 42nd). Tell the people at the gate that you are with the AWG, and you will not have to pay!
For general visitors information and maps, check the University of Washington Visitors Page. More specific hotel informaton was collected by Ian Duncan: Click!. For program and other updated meeting information, see the AWG Page [faculty.washington.edu/krumme/AWG/]