Travel and Logistics
The workshop will officially begin with a program Sunday evening, July 7 at 7:00pm. We will gather informally for a reception at 5:30pm at Stearns Central 178 and then dinner at 6:00pm in Darley Commons 213, 212, and lobby/Williams Village, located at the corner of Baseline Road and 30th Street (see map) at the University of Colorado - Boulder. If you cannot arrive on Sunday in time for the 7:00pm session, please contact Kathy O'Brien before making your travel arrangements to confirm lodging arrangements on Saturday night, and also indicate this on your travel information form. The workshop will conclude after dinner on Tuesday, July 9. NOTE: Optional additional workshop sessions will be held on Sunday afternoon, July 7, and in the morning on Wednesday, July 10.
Participants are responsible for their transportation to and from the workshop.
Arriving by Air
The major airport serving Boulder is the Denver International Airport, DEN. It is approximately 60-75 minutes by car to the UC Boulder campus. Shuttle and taxi service is available from the airport to campus.
SuperShuttle provides transportation from the airport for approximately $33.00 each way per person. You can direct SuperShuttle drivers to drop you off at Williams Village North at University of Colorado, Boulder. Participants will need to make their own reservations for arrival into and departure from Boulder. To explore other transportation options from the airport visit the ground transportation web page from the airport's website. Once we have travel information for all participants, we will provide a list of participants' email addresses and arrival/departure times prior to the workshop so that participants arriving (or departing) at approximately the same time can coordinate ground transportation between the airport and Boulder if they wish.
There is also a public bus that goes from the airport to Boulder and drops off about 4 blocks from Williams Village. The schedule can be found here: RTD bus schedule
The bus costs $13 and you do need exact change if you pay when boarding. RTD (the public transit organization) has a desk at the airport which is sometimes manned where you can purchase a round trip with credit card or cash for $24. If you take the bus, you can get off at the Baseline and Broadway stop and walk ~4 blocks east on Baseline to get to Williams Village. There are buses (the Bound and 225) you could transfer to for those 4 blocks, but they run infrequently on weekends. UPDATE: Williams Village North is ~0.7 miles from the Baseline and Broadway stop (~20-30 minutes walk).Arriving by Personal Vehicle
Driving directions to the University of Colorado, Boulder are available from the University's website.
- Map for workshop parking at UC Boulder (Acrobat (PDF) 1.7MB Jul3 13) - Parking permits for lots 612, 622, 623 (the lots to the right of Williams Village North on the map) are available for purchase at the hall's front desk for $23.50 per week.
- There is metered parking available also in those lots (~$1.50/hr). NB: The metered parking (lot 624) will not be available the week of our workshop due to resurfacing. Parking lot 623 is a dirt lot and parking there is free on the weekend. The parking lots mentioned above are between Baseline Road and Williams Village North.
- Map and driving directions to the UC Boulder campus.
- The dorm where participants will be staying is Williams Village North, which is at 3300 Baseline Road Boulder, CO 80310
- Google Map of buildings utilized at the workshop (Acrobat (PDF) 184kB Jul2 13) (workshop is held in "Williams Village" area - south east of the main campus)
Departure by SuperShuutle
SuperShuttle will not pick up from the dorm - Williams Village North. You will need to walk across 30th Street to be picked up at the Rodeway Inn & Suites Boulder Broker Hotel at 555 30th Street.
You will be staying on campus in the Williams Village North dorm. Check-in is at noon. Check out is at 10 am. Rooms are furnished with extra-long twin beds, a dresser, bookcase, desk and closet. Each participant will also be provided a linen package, which includes one set of bed sheets, towels, a pillow with pillowcase, and a blanket or bedspread. Telephones are not provided in rooms and phone jacks are not active. A microfridge (microwave, refrigerator and freezer) is provided in each room. TV lounges are located in each building. All rooms are non-smoking.
You will be sharing a room with two beds with another participant. Single rooms are available on a first come, first serve basis at the additional cost of $42.00 per night for a total of $126.00 for the 3 nights of the workshop.
There should be someone at the dorm check in desk 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are running tight on time and plan to attend an optional Sunday afternoon session, you can go directly to that session in Stearns Central (with your luggage in tow).
Recreation Center Passes (optional)
CU Conference Services can provide each participant with a pass that allows the conference participant access to the recreation center at a reduced daily rate of $6.00 or $20 per week.
Workshop registration will be held on Sunday, July 7, between 1-7 pm (1-5 at Williams Village North dorm lobby; after that check in will be at workshop venue; see workshop program). Participants will sign in and pick up workshop materials. If you arrive after the Sunday evening program due to travel delays, you may check in for the workshop at the first session on Monday morning.
Complimentary high-speed wireless service is available throughout campus.
Parking permits are required to park on campus. The current parking rate is $23.50 per week. Permits can be purchased at the housing front desk upon check-in.
Dress for the workshop is casual. Please be prepared for cool air conditioned buildings and the hot outdoors. Average temperatures in July in Boulder range from 57 to 88 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer thunderstorms are not uncommon, so we encourage you to check the Boulder weather forecast prior to your departure and pack accordingly.
Breakfast (for those staying in the dorm) and lunch (for all participants) will be provided through the campus dining facilities. Most dinners will be buffet-style at Darley Commons. Vegetarian options are available at all meals.
University of Colorado, Boulder: CU Conference Services 303-492-5151 and University Police Department Non-Emergency: 303-492-6666