See Site Visit and Breakout Session descriptions here.
Thank you to all who applied to facilitate a break-out session. For archival purposes, the full proposal guidelines can be viewed here: http://tinyurl.com/PBJNSummer19Proposals
We will be holding all plenary sessions, including the welcome at the Foss Center in the Hoversrten Chapel, 625 22nd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55454.
There are several ways to arrive at Augsburg from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport:
From Terminal 1 or 2: Follow signs to light rail transit. Tickets for the light rail can be purchased at a kiosk ($2.00); trains leave approximately every 10 minutes.
There are 3 stations within walking distance of Augsburg.
Board the Blue Line and ride to the Franklin Ave Station (approximately 30 minute ride). Walk from Franklin Station to Foss Center at Augsburg.
Rideshare and Taxi
Uber and Lyft rides are available, and cost approximately $20-25 one way.
Taxi cabs are also available.
Single and double occupancy rooms are available in Anderson Residence Hall, an air-conditioned dorm, with check in on Wednesday, July 10, and check out on Friday, July 12. Single occupancy rooms are $142 and double occupancy rooms are $125. Prices are inclusive of both nights.
You must have a roommate already identified in order to select a double occupancy room. Please indicate the name of your roommate in the form provided.
Off-campus accommodations are available at the nearby (walkable) Courtyard Marriott Minneapolis Downtown (1500 S Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55454, (612) 333-4646). Institute attendees may receive a discount by indicating they are staying because of an event at Augsburg University.
Other hotels within public transit distance include:
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