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Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 8:30am to 5:00pm
Malott Hall, 251
The Cornell Department of Mathematics is hosting a Women and Mathematics Ambassador Program event on Saturday, March 16, 2019. The WAM Program mission is to recruit and retain more women in Mathematics. For more information on the program go to WAM Ambassador Program.
Registration: Registration is open. Please go to https://math.cornell.edu/women-mathematics-ambassador-program-wam to register.
Housing: A block of rooms have been reserved at Best Western University Inn for those attendees who require housing. Please indicate whether you need housing when you register.
Event Schedule: Please go to https://math.cornell.edu/women-mathematics-ambassador-program-wam for the event schedule.
Lunch will be provided and a dinner banquet will be held starting at 5:30/6:00 p.m. in room 401/403 Physical Sciences Building. Registration is required for the banquet. PSB is located just a short distance behind Malott Hall.
Madeleine Udell, Cornell University
There is a parking garage (Hoy Road Parking Garage) one block south of Malott Hall with entrances on Campus Road and Hoy Road. On the Google map, the parking garage is located between two green patches (Hoy Field and Schoellkopf Field) and will appear if you zoom in a little. About a half mile east of Malott Hall, at the intersection of Tower road and Judd Falls road, there is a metered lot.
Visitors may park in most spots on campus on the weekend with no permit, in particular in the area around Malott Hall. Be careful of the areas marked with a moon: these are restricted at all times. On weekends attendees can park at both Hoy Road Parking Garage and Forest Home Garage, which is less than a block north of Malott Hall (off Forest Home Drive).
For mobility or other accommodations, please contact Heather Peterson.