ST&S 2012: RSVP & Directions
Thank you for your interest in the Center for Human Potential and Public Policy's Annual Lecture on Science, Technology & Society, featuring Paul Tough, on October 18th. We have had an overwhelming response to the event and are currently at capacity and not accepting additional registrations.
Option 1: Enjoy the reception, watch the Live Feed in our overflow room and have a chance to win a signed copy of Paul Tough's book!
We will have a room set up just down the hall from the lecture hall where you can view a live feed of the event in the company of others. You will also be able to tweet in questions during the Q&A session. We will be provide you with a number when you arrive at the event. If there are seats available in the lecture hall at 5:25pm, you will have the opportunity to take one of these seats. If your number isn't called for a seat, it will be entered into a drawing to win one of five signed copies of Paul Tough's book, How Children Succeed.
Option 2: Watch the live feed from location of your choice.
Watch a live webcast of event through UChicagoLive and follow live-tweeting of the event @UChicagoHarris. The event hashtag is #CHPPP. Feel free to submit questions for the Q&A session.
Option 3: Watch the event at a later date.
In the coming weeks we will be posting a video of the event on our website. Sign up for the CHPPP email list to receive notification about when this is posted and about other events and opportunities offered by the Center for Human Potential and Public Policy.
If you have questions, please contact Laurel Spindel at email@example.com.
The University of Chicago campus is located in Hyde Park, a neighborhood seven miles south of the downtown Chicago business district (the Loop), and can be reached easily by car, public transportation, and taxi or shuttle. The Harris School, 1155 East 60th Street, is located at the corner of 60th Street and Woodlawn Avenue.
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The Harris School has a parking lot behind the building that can be accessed after 4pm without a permit. There is no charge to park in this lot. The entrance to the parking lot is on Woodlawn Avenue, between 60th and 61st Streets.
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Overflow parking can be accessed after 4pm at the paved and gravel lot at the corner of 61st and Woodlawn. The entrance to the parking lot is on Kimbark between 60th and 61st Streets.
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In addition, non-metered street parking is plentiful after 4pm, both in the blocks around the Harris School and along the Midway.