Do you have a Code of Conduct?
YES! See the COC page.
When will it be?
June 8th, 2019
Where will it be?
Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue
3225 158th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA 98008
What kind of talks are you looking for?
Are there discounts for students?
Yes! Student tickets are $20
Are there early bird tickets?
There was, the deadline has passed
What about tickets?
Register/get a ticket here
What about food?
There will be food!
Breakfast pastries will be available during the registration period before the welcoming remarks. Coffee, tea and water are available at all the breaks. A box lunch is included with the ticket. Finally, there will be a reception afterwards with adult beverages and light appetizers available!
Will you provide lunch?
Included in the ticket price is a box lunch (Gluten free options are available)
What about next year (2020)?
We’ll let you know at the end of the conference on June 8th
Will talks be recorded?
What about parking?
See the Getting There section below.
Will there be a lactation room?
- Parking is free and plentiful at the hotel and surrouding area.
- Take I-5 North to I 405 North for approx 15 minutes (11miles) take I-90 East and exit 11A. Cross over freeway, take right on SE Eastgate Way, take left at 158th Avenue SE (at second stoplight ), we are on the left hand side.
Our major local airport is the Sea-Tac Airport. If using a taxi/rideshare/local friend isn’t your thing, the airport has a train that will currently take you into Seattle, and you can take public transport to the event center.
From Downtown Seattle:
The 554 can take you most of the way; get off at the I-90 Expressway Ramp & 142nd Pl. You can either walk from there (approximately 25 minutes) along SE Eastgate Way or walk to the Eastgate Park and Ride and take the 221 to 150th and SE Eastgate way, walking east along SE Eastgate Way to the hotel.
From Downtown Bellevue:
Take the 271 from the Bellevue Transit Center to 150th and SE Eastgate way. Walk east along SE Eastgate Way East to the hotel
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