2018 Spring Meeting

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University of Virginia - Harrison Institute-Small Library (adjacent to UVA's Alderman Library)

Thursday 26 April, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday 27 April, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

This day-and-a-half meeting, as is customary for the spring schedule, is a working session for APTrust-member participants at all levels. Deans/directors, as always, are invited to join in as much as they'd like.

  1. Thursday and Friday morning: The Harrison Small building (#19 on this map: http://www.virginia.edu/webmap/ACentralGrounds.html) does not open until 9AM. The guards will not let you in before that time.
  2. Food. We will be having bagels and whatnot on day one (starting at 9AM) and snacks throughout the day. Day 2 (Friday) there will be a full breakfast (eggs, protein, etc) at 9AM and then a mid morning snack break. Of course, there will be coffee.

Agenda

Please add your ideas on our evolving draft here.

Attendees

  • Please click on the Attendees link to record your registration for the meeting (there is no registration fee).

Local Arrangements

Travel

  • Visitors may reach Charlottesville by airline (Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport is served by American Airlines, Delta, and United), Amtrak train, and Trailways-Greyhound bus.
  • The most convenient points of entry by car are U.S. 29 north or south, and Interstate 64 from east or west.
  • Parking is available in the Central Grounds Parking Garage, 400 Emmet St.
  • Accessible parking is available on McCormick Road in front of Alderman Library.

Accommodations

Hotels within walking distance include: The Cavalier Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, Excel Inn & Suites, The Graduate, Hampton Inn & Suites, and the Oakhurst Inn.

It will be wise to book your hotel by phone so that you can ask about discounts for UVA visitors.  Several of these hotels (and others around Charlottesville) are noted in UVA's procurement website to provide standard discounts of 17 to 20 percent on bookings for guests coming to UVA meetings.

The restaurant scene in Charlottesville is vibrant and diverse, with many options within walking distance or short rides from the UVA Grounds.

Things to Do While in Charlottesville

If you'd like to know about some things to do in Charlottesville, here are some of the events on that Thursday, Friday, and Saturday:

Events on Thursday, 4/26

Events on Friday, 4/27

  • UVA Baseball vs. Clemson (6 pm)

Events on Saturday, 4/28 

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You may find some additional events listed in various community calendars, including these:

http://events.c-ville.com/cal

https://www.visitcharlottesville.org

Those are the things we've discovered in a quick look--others may be scheduled in coming weeks, and the musicians at Fridays After 5 haven't been listed yet. 

*For the Foxfield Races, local taxi companies are known to offer discount rates to and from the nearby farmland location at the encouragement of the county government because alcohol is known to be consumed by some of the young-adult, exuberant crowd that attends the annual event.

General Information

Wireless: eduroam is available, or if your institution does not participate then we'll be able to help you with guest access on site.