Registration will open February 15, 2018.
If you need a letter of invitation in order to arrange travel, please contact:
Virginia M. Weis
Professor and Head
Department of Integrative Biology
Note: Early bird begins February 15th and ends on June 15th
Registration includes the following:
- Conference fee
- Conference meals: Sunday reception, continental breakfast, lunch and breaks during the conference except Wednesday, which is the field Trip day
- All conference materials
- Conference t-shirt
Early Bird $580.00
Student early $450.00
Student Regular $525.00
Early Bird $675.00
Student Early bird $525.00
Student Regular $600.00
Wednesday, July 18, Field trip to the coast
Take a 75 minute ride (each way) through the coastal mountains to the scenic Oregon Coast for the day. Stops will include a walk down to the beach at stunning Seal Rock, lunch in Newport (on your own) and a visit to OSU’s Hatfield Marine Science Center. Hatfield admission fee included.
Field trip to the coast $65
Field Trip Guests $65
Wednesday, July 18 Field Trip to the Marys Peak
Just a 40 minute ride (each way) up to the top of 4,000 ft Marys Peak, the tallest mountain in the Coast Range. Go on a guided tour of the unique conifer and meadow ecosystems. If you’re lucky with the weather, see stunning views of the ocean to the west and snow-capped Cascade Mountains to the east. Sack lunch included.
Field Trip to the Marys Peak $65
Field Trip Guests $65
Thursday Evening, July 19, Banquet Dinner
Join us for our banquet dinner at the Cornelius Orchard and Farm. This scenic 106-acre property, established in 1878 and bordering Mary’s River, will be the backdrop for dinner, drinks and dancing under the stars.
Banquet Dinner $60.00
Banquet Dinner Guest $60.00
Some travel scholarships will be awarded to graduate students presenting at the meeting
- Awards of up to $3,000 will cover registration, lodging and at least some travel costs
- All may apply but preference will be given to students from developing nations
- Scholarship application deadline: March 15, 2018
- Send your abstract, your institutional affiliation and a brief statement about why you need travel support to: [email protected]
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