Latest Event Updates
Thank you again for the rich and engaging EOC weekend on July 17-19. Please note that this is the last post on the EOC Meeting 2015 website.
Please refer to the website of the North American Association of the EoC at www.eocnoam.org for:
and to register with your email address to receive further updates on activities of the EoC in North America.
We look forward to seeing you on that website.
Parking is available on campus on a first come first serve basis, unless a spot is specifically reserved for a numbered permit.
Do not park on city streets as you will get a ticket and may have you car towed.
The largest free parking area in on McMahon, between McMahon and Prybyla. Parking might be limited as there is another meeting happening at the same time. The area is marked as reserved for permit parking, but we are allowed to park there. In case the summer non-enforcement is not practiced and you end up getting a ticket, please let registration know and it will be taken care of.
Columbus School of Law Parking
Another, day-time only option, especially if you are in a rush in the morning, is to park in the garage right under the Columbus School of Law. The door will only be open during the following times:
Friday, July 17
Entrance Gate Open from: 7:00 am –9:30 am and
1:30 pm – 2:15 pm
Exit Gate Open from: 12 noon – 1 pm and
4:45 pm – 6:30 pm
Saturday, July 18
Entrance Gate Open from: 8 am –9:30 am and
1:30 pm – 2:15 pm
Exit Gate Open from: 4:45 pm – 6:30 pm
Sunday, July 19
Entrance Gate Open from: 8:30 am –9:30 am
Exit Gate Open from: 12 noon – 2:15 pm
Here is some additional information for participants who are lodging on campus:
- The check-in for your room will be performed at the Information Desk, on level 2 of the Pryzbyla Center
- Please note that the Information Desk is open until 10pm
- If you arrive later than that, please call after-hours support at (202) 319-5200 and someone will assist you
You can check-in for the meeting and pick up your badge at an adjacent table from 6-9 pm on Thursday. Alternatively, you can still check-in for the meeting on Friday morning from 8-9am, by room 213 in the Columbus School of Law.
Dear participants to the EOC meeting,
we are just a few days away from the beginning of the meeting and we wanted to send you some practical information:
- The program will start at 9 am on Friday July 17, in room 213 of the Columbus School of Law
- You can find detailed directions at: https://eocmeeting2015.org/directions/
In terms of registrations:
- The Registration desk for participants who are lodging on campus will be open from 6-9pm on Thursday July 16, at the Pryzbyla Center, right by the entrance
- The Registration desk will be open for everyone else, starting at 8am on Friday July 17, in front of room 213
Parking information will be posted on the event site (http://eocmeeting2015.org) early this week.
We look forward to seeing you at CUA this week!
Elizabeth Garlow and Nick Sanna
on behalf of the organizing committee
For last minute participants: the registration page for on-campus lodging is up again and will be available until July 3rd.
Please register at your earliest convenience to secure your room onsite at CUA.
If you are considering attending the EoC meeting on July 17-19, please note that there is a deadline of June 30th to register and to secure lodging on campus at the Catholic University of America (CUA).
The CUA has asked that all registrations be made by June 30, so they can prepare the accommodations accordingly.
- If you plan on attending the conference, but do not need lodging on campus, you can register at the following link.
- If you also need lodging on campus, you can make your registration at this other link.
- If you prefer to find a hotel outside of campus, in downtown DC, 10 min away from CUA by metro, you can find a list of recommended hotels at this link.
Please contact us if you have any questions related to the registration process and/or the program.
we are happy to announce that our annual meeting will be held in DC this year. The School of Business and Economics at Catholic University of America offered to host our meeting, for which we are very grateful.
Click on the links above to find important information about travel and accommodations. Please make accommodation arrangements as soon as possible, as that is a busy time of the year in DC.
We will continue to provide updates on the agenda and other logistics on this website as well as on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/EoCNorthAmerica/).