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conference practicalities (read!)

Some info to make your conference more enjoyable: The Jack Morton Auditorium tends to feel cold.  Especially now since the weather is so fine, the temperature inside is distinctly cold by comparison. Bring a jacket, cardigan or wrap. You yourself know best how you withstand a cold airconditioned room. NO food or drinks inside the […]

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Tour of Lockheed Martin

On November 8, 2011 6:00pm Tour of Lockheed Martin Space Experience Center - This tour is limited to 50 people. for information about this tour : info@exploremars.org For those that did register for this tour find the directions below on how to get to 2121 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA (near Ronald Reagan National Airport) download and […]

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conference food

lunches The lunches during the conference are not included in the conference price Each day a number of lunchboxes will be sold for a reasonable fee receptions finger-food during the reception will consist of: fresh vegetables cheeses breads dipsauces dinner restaurants There are a number of restaurants around GWU.  A comprehensive list in all price […]

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Conference venue

Conference venue

The conference is at the Jack Morton Auditorium in the Media and Public Affairs Building The address for the Jack Morton Auditorium is: 805 21st Street, NW Washington, DC 20052 ( 202) 994-7470 The Media and Public Affairs Building (MPA) is located on the corner of 21st and H Streets on the Foggy Bottom campus […]

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hotel

hotel

One Washington Circle Hotel There is a block of hotel rooms reserved for the Women & Mars conference at the One Washington Circle Hotel. Explore Mars has arranged the special room rate of $229 per night at the One Washington Circle Hotel. This block is available for November 8, 9, and 10, 2011.  Rooms are limited. Reserve your room by calling the hotel at 202-872-1680 […]

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