Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Update! New location for Information Policy Symposium!

Due to overwhelming response (80 of you!), we had to get a new, larger room for the Symposium on Information Policy in the New Administration. It's still being held on Catholic University's campus, but in a different building.

Dinner will be available from 6:15 to 7 and the program will run 7-8:30pm. Feel free to arrive early in order to stay warm!

We encourage everyone to use the metro as parking is very limited.

Location: Aquinas Hall, Room 102, the Catholic University of America. (Note for CUA alums- Aquinas Hall was formerly known as Life Cycle, the building next to Marist.)
620 Michigan Ave., N.E.Washington , DC 20064
Campus Map:

Metro: Brookland/CUA station, red line.

Aquinas Hall is about a ten minute walk from the metro. From the metro, cross the street and walk up the road past the guard station. You will pass Pangborn Hall on the right. Ahead, you will see a large white building called The Mullen Library . Follow the sidewalks to the right of the Mullen Library. As you pass the library, follow the sidewalks to the right. McMahon Hall will be on your left and as you progress, you will see the student union across a lawn and a parking lot on your left. Hannan Hall will be a large white building on your right. Proceed on the path up the hill and Aquinas Hall is on the right side.

View Larger Map

No comments: