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2015 Noyce Northeast Regional Conference

University of Massachusetts Boston, Drexel University, SUNY Cortland

Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 5:00 PM - Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

2015 Noyce Northeast Regional Conference

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Type End Quantity
Project Personnel (2/active Noyce program) Ended Free  

Event Details

2015 Noyce Northeast Regional Conference

Successful Teaching in High-Need Schools

Thursday, March 26 - Saturday, March 28, 2015

Cambridge, MA

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 20, 2015

On behalf of Drexel University, SUNY Cortland, and the University of Massachusetts Boston, we are pleased to host the 4th annual Noyce Northeast Regional Conference. This conference will bring together PIs, Noyce pre-service Scholars, and Noyce in-service Scholars (teachers) from the Noyce Programs in the Northeast region to meet, network, and share ideas and best practices pertinent to teaching in high-need schools. The conference is a great professional development opportunity, including relevant speakers and informative workshops on topics such as classroom management, technology, and model lessons/activities. There will always be opportunities to network and meet fellow Scholars and teachers.

Funding is available for two PIs/Co-PIs/project staff and two Noyce pre-service/in-service Scholars. The grant will pay for travel and hotel costs associated with the conference. The invitation is being sent to all active programs in CT, DE, MD, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, and VT.

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 26

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM     Conference Registration

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 27

8:45 AM - 5:30 PM    Conference sessions

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 28

8:45 AM -  1:00 pm   Conference Sessions 

 


Travel Information

The conference will be held at the 

Cambridge Marriott Boston
  50 Broadway
 Cambridge, Massachusetts  02142
617-494-6600

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/fact-sheet/travel/boscb-boston-marriott-cambridge/


TO MAKE YOUR PLANE OR TRAIN RESERVATIONS: The Noyce Northeast (NE) Conference will reimburse round-trip coach air or rail travel from your home to the meeting site. Please make your reservations from the best-priced carrier.

By Plane:

Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is the closest airport to the conference hotel. You will be reimbursed for the cost of ground transportation between the airport and the hotel. You are encouraged to take the subway. The airport is approximately five miles from the hotel (Airport phone: 1.800.235.6426).

  • Subway service, fee:  2.65 USD (one way).  Take red line and exit at Kendall Station. Hotel is up the stairs. http://www.mbta.com/fares_and_passes/subway/
  • Estimated taxi fare: 30.00 USD  (one way)

By Train:

Boston has two Amtrak stations: Boston - South Station and Boston – North Station (Only Amtrak Downeaster trains to New Hampshire and Maine arrive and depart from Boston North Station). http://www.amtrak.com

Boston - South Station, MA (BOS)

2 South Station

Summer Street & Atlantic Avenue

Boston, MA 02110

Subway: Take Red Line and exit at Kendall Station

 

Boston – North Station, MA (BON)

135 Causeway Street

Under the TD Garden

Boston, MA 02114

Subway: Take Orange Line to Downtown Crossing. Switch to Red Line and exit at Kendall Station

 

IF YOU WANT TO DRIVE:  The Noyce NE Conference will reimburse you for your transportation tickets or mileage and tolls.  You can be reimbursed 56 cents per mile. At the conference, you will be given a mileage statement on which you will record your mileage and any tolls.  

  • Hotel Parking, fee: 45 USD daily
  • Off-site parking, fee: 40 USD daily

Please note that the Noyce NE Conference cannot provide reimbursement for any incidental expenses, including meals, taxis (except to and from hotel from the airport), rental cars, etc. Travel costs will be reimbursed for approved attendees only.  Please do not make travel reservations until you have approval from Noyce NE Regional Conference. All receipts and ticket stubs showing payment will be required for travel reimbursements. Please bring all receipts and documentation you have thus far to the conference.

 

 

Lodging Information

Lodging for the night of Thursday, March 26th and Friday, March 27th will be provided (excluding Boston-based Noyce Programs) for program participants at the Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel where the conference will be held. The hotel is located at 50 Broadway. The hotel offers an array of amenities, including a business center, restaurants, lounge, and gym.

You do not need to make hotel reservations. Once you complete the conference registration form, your reservation will be made for you by the project staff and the cost of the hotel will be covered except for amenities (please note: if you wish to charge amenities, the hotel will ask you to provide your personal credit card.)

Because of budget constraints, Noyce Pre-service and In-service Scholars will be assigned one roommate with whom they will share a room. When you register for the conference, you will be requested to provide the name of a preferred roommate. If you do not provide a name, one will be assigned to you by project staff.

If you plan to extend your stay, please make your reservations with the hotel directly.  Extended stays will not be covered. A rate of $239 + tax will be honored 3 days before and 3 days after the conference based on rate and space availability. Upon arrival at the hotel, everyone will need to check-in at the counter under your name, regardless if you have a roommate. Should you need to cancel for any reason, please contact Kerri Freese at kerri.freese@cortland.edu. 


 

Poster Session Information

The poster reception will be held on Friday afternoon, March 27th. We request each campus to bring at least one posterPosters should reflect your project or any experiences within your project that prepares for teaching in high-need school districts. (The purpose of the poster session is to enable people to learn about other projects).

Poster Guidelines

1.) Posters should be 36" X 48". Space will be assigned and issued during the meeting registration. Tri-fold poster and pins will be provided.  

2.) Posters may be set up on Thursday, March 26th during registration or on Friday morning, March 27th, prior to the opening session at 8:45 am.

3.) The person responsible for the poster must take down the display on Friday evening immediately following the poster session.

4.) The Poster area will be in a non‐secured space, therefore, no poster or displays requiring electronic connections or displaying computer equipment or expensive/irreplaceable materials can be left unattended or remain in the Poster area overnight.


Have questions about 2015 Noyce Northeast Regional Conference? Contact University of Massachusetts Boston, Drexel University, SUNY Cortland
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Boston Marriott Cambridge Hotel
50 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02142

Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 5:00 PM - Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 1:00 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

University of Massachusetts Boston, Drexel University, SUNY Cortland

Contact Information

Drexel University

Dr. Sheila Vaidya
vaidyasr@drexel.edu
Phone: 215.895.6690

Drexel University
School of Education
Korman Center 222
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
SUNY Cortland

Dr. Greg Phelan
gregory.phelan@cortland.edu
Phone: 607.753.2905

SUNY Cortland
Chemistry Department
PO Box 2000
Cortland, NY 13045
University of Massachusetts Boston 

Dr. Lisa Gonsalves
lisa.gonsalves@umb.edu
Phone: 617.287.7642

University of Massachusetts Boston
College of Education
100 Morrissey Boulevard                         
Boston, MA 02125-3393
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