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Information for Participants | 2014 Undergraduate Conference on Health and Society

Registration and Directions to PC


Directions to Providence College

All visitors should use the Huxley Avenue entrance to the campus; the main gate is closed on weekends. The security guard will provide parking directions when you arrive at the campus. Please proceed to Slavin Center, first floor (you may enter in the Ruane Atrium or the front entrance, and proceed to the "glass room" where our registration tables are located. Student greeters will be available to direct you to the registration table and brunch reception and will also escort all panelists to and from their assigned rooms in Harkins Hall for paper presentatins.

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Conference Schedule

Students, guests, and faculty panel chairs should plan to arrive on campus between 8:30 and 9:15am to register and enjoy a continental brunch including coffee, tea, juices and assorted fruits and pastries.All visitors should use the Huxley Avenue entrance to the campus; the main gate is closed on weekends. The security guard will provide parking directions when you arrive at the campus. Please proceed to Slavin Center, lower level. Our brunch and lunch will be held in the "soft lounge" across from the ATM machines, near the PC bookstore.

Our first panel session will begin at 9:30am, and will conclude at 10:45am

Our second set of panels will begin at 11:00, and will conclude at 12:15pm

Lunch will be served in the Slavin Center; we strongly encourage studens to mix and mingle with their peers from different institutions during our lunch, which will last from 12:30-1:30pm. 

Our final set of panels will be held from 1:45-3:00pm.

Conference Program 

A copy of the preliminary program will be posted here in February 2014.


Conference facilities

Panel sessions will be held in Harkins Hall. All classrooms contain a multi-media "stack" including a PC with mobile, walkaround keyboard, overhead LCD projector for PowerPoint/video, and stereo speakers. PC faculty will be available in each room to provide techical assistance if needed. All presenters are encouraged to bring presentations on a removable flash memory drive. Laptop connections are also available for students who would like to use their own machine, but we recommend a backup copy of all presentations.

Papers

Please bring 5-10 hard copies of your paper with you to the conference to share with interested students and faculty. You should email a copy of your paper to your faculty discussant at your earliest convenience; click here to access PC faculty email links. Once again, in conjunction with the PC Library's digital publishing faculty, we will create an archive of student papers presented at each conference that will be available through the PC library's Digital Commons.

Updated December 4, 2013

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