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For more information about the Seattle University Department of Physics, please contact:
Teresa Beery Administrative AssistantBannan 209(206) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. David Boness Chair and Professor Bannan 308(206) email@example.com
Seattle UniversityDepartment of Physics901 12th AvenueSeattle, WA 98122
Fax: (206) 296-6266
Attire for the workshop is casual. Bring gym clothes if you would like to join in the pickup basketball game on Friday night. Bring a sleeping bag and pillow, and be prepared to sleep on the floor or couch of a current student.
By air: Fly into Seatac airport (SEA). Follow the signs from baggage claim to Ground Transportation. Take a cab or a Shuttle Express van. The drive to Seattle University takes about 25 minutes, depending on traffic. Save your cab or van receipt for reimbursement. Alternatively, Light Rail trains leave the airport about every 10 minutes. Get off at Pioneer Square Station, climb the stairs to James St., and take the #3 or #4 bus eastbound (up the hill) about a mile and get off at Jefferson and Broadway. The entrance to campus is three short blocks north at Columbia St., across from Swedish Hospital. Fares for the train and bus are each $2.50.
By car: Take I-5 towards downtown Seattle. Take the James St. exit. (If coming from the south, prepare to cross two lanes of traffic to the right quickly after the first stage of the exit ramp.) Turn E. onto James Street. After about a mile, turn left onto 12th Ave. Seattle U will be on your left. Enter by taking the second left at Marion.
Maps and directions may also be found here.
We will gather in the Stuart T. Rolfe
Community Room in the Admissions & Alumni Building for a reception to meet your hosts at 5:00 p.m. The building is located across 12th from the Marion Street Entrance to SU (12th Ave and E. Marion St.). The Dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. in Room 210 in the Student Center. From the ADAL building, cross 12th Ave and walk west on E. Marion onto campus, turn left at the lower mall and walk south 2 blocks. The Student Center will be directly in front of you. Go up the stairs. STCN 210 is at the south end of the 2nd floor..
The workshop officially ends at about 4:45 p.m. on Saturday and dinner is not included. If you plan to stay with your host Saturday night and return home on Sunday, please be sure to coordinate your Saturday evening plans with your host.
Questions? Send an email to Dr. Paul Fontana, or call him at (206) 296-5934.
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