Friday and Saturday, October 19-20, 2012 from 9am to 5pm
University of Washington
Friday: Husky Union Building (HUB) Room 250
Saturday: Johnson Hall, Room 075
We anticipate that the meeting will follow the format of previous years. As usual for NWG, we have no requirements for advance abstracts and titles. The first agenda item on Friday morning will be to work out a schedule.
There will be some breakfast items (e.g. bagels, fruit) available at the meeting on Friday morning for breakfast.
The time available for each speaker will depend on the number who want to speak. However, due to the anticipated large number of participants, we ask that you be prepared to give your presentation in about 15 minutes maximum including discussion.
We plan to have projection facilities for PowerPoint-type presentations. If you will want any additional equipment, please let us know what you would like as soon as possible.We can also accommodate posters if you would like to bring one. Please indicate that you would like to do so when you email to register.
Parking is $15 on Friday and $10 on Saturday.
If you would like to use google maps, you can put the destination as Johnson Hall (JHN), Seattle, WA, and this should get you to the venue.
There are also many bus lines that serve the UW. Check the King Country Metro Trip Planner to find the correct bus.
If you are coming from the airport, you can take the Link Light Rail from the airport to the Westlake Station downtown. The #73 and #43 busses access the UW from Westlake Station.
On-Campus Directions to the Meeting Rooms
The meeting is held on Friday in the Husky Union Building (HUB) room 250. From the parking garage, walk east to find the HUB. It is located on the west side of Stevens Way E.
On Saturday, the meeting will be in Johnson Hall, room 075. Johnson Hall is just south of the parking garage and Red Square, and on the northeast side of Drumheller Fountain.
Click here for a map of campus with the venue pointed out.
NWG 2008 hosted by the University of Washington
NWG 2009 hosted by the University of British Columbia
NWG 2010 hosted by the University of Alaska, Fairbanks
NWG 2011 hosted by Portland State University
Glaciology Group at the University of Washington
Adam Campbell (campbead -AT- u.washington.edu) for available couch/floor space with UW hosts.
There are several hotels or guest houses within walking
the campus. Click here for some suggested hotels nearby. The UW is accessible via many bus lines as well if you find a hotel further away.
Last updated: October 3, 2012
Maintained by: Max Stevens