University of Washington – Lander Hall
From approximately July 21-July 31, 2014, a limited number of rooms in Lander Hall will be reserved for course participants. Poplar is located on west campus, and is a 10-15 minute walk from Magnuson Health Sciences Building, Room T-439, the location of the course, through University of Washington Conference Housing Services. The dormitory is a very spare but economical choice for lodging during the course. University lodging accommodations are offered as one flat fee for the duration of the course. University Conference Housing is only available during the duration of the course and is only for those attending official University activities. Accommodation packages include a room (shared or private are available, all accommodations have a shared bathroom), and a pre-paid meal card that can be used for meal purchases at designated University dining locations for the duration of the course.
Participants can register for housing here at Principles of STD/HIV Research Course Dorm Housing.
Those being sponsored by the University of Washington should contact us at email@example.com.
Walking map from Poplar Hall to Magnuson Health Sciences Building, Room T-439: