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'''Sunday, July 12, 2009'''<br/>
'''Sunday, July 12, 2009'''<br/>
'''CHECK-IN<br/>'''
'''CHECK-IN<br/>'''
Hotel check-in begins at 4:00 p.m.  If you arrive earlier and your room is ready, the hotel will be able to accommodate you.  If not, you may leave your luggage at the front desk and enjoy the grounds of the hotel.  There is no formal registration for the program itself.<br/>
Hotel check-in begins at 4:00 p.m.  If you arrive earlier and your room is ready, the hotel will be able to accommodate you.  If not, you may leave your luggage at the front desk and enjoy the grounds of the hotel.  Please note that the hotel requires a credit card imprint at check-in as a security for room charges.<br/>
 
'''REGISTRATION'''<br/>
We will have a registration table set up in the entry to the Tesuque Pavilion from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday.<br/>


'''6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.  WELCOME RECEPTION & DINNER'''<br/>  
'''6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.  WELCOME RECEPTION & DINNER'''<br/>  
A welcome reception and dinner will take place from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Tesuque Pavilion, room C.<br/>
A welcome reception and dinner will take place from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Tesuque Pavilion, room C.<br/>
 
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'''PROGRAM FORMAT:'''<br/>  
'''PROGRAM FORMAT:'''<br/>  
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'''HOUSING/MEALS:'''<br/>  Program participants will be assigned to spacious, double-occupancy rooms.  For safety and contractual reasons you may NOT have overnight guests in your hotel room.<br/>  
'''HOUSING/MEALS:'''<br/>  Program participants will be assigned to spacious, double-occupancy rooms.  For safety and contractual reasons you may NOT have overnight guests in your hotel room.<br/>  


Meals begin with dinner on Sunday, July 12 and end with breakfast on Saturday, July 25.  Three meals are served each day: breakfast, 7:00 to 9:00 a.m.; lunch, 12:30-1:45 p.m.; dinner, 7:00-8:30 p.m.  The exception is that on Sunday, July 19, only breakfast will be provided; this is a free day for the program, and participants are on their own for lunch and dinner.<br/>  
Meals begin with dinner on Sunday, July 12 and end with breakfast on Saturday, July 25.  Three meals are served each day: breakfast, 7:00 to 9:00 a.m.; lunch, 12:30-1:45 p.m.; dinner, 7:00-8:30 p.m.  '''The exception is Sunday, July 19, only breakfast will be provided; this is a free day for the program, and participants are on their own for lunch and dinner.'''<br/>  


'''AMENITIES'''<br> Resort facilities including the fitness center, outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, tennis courts, badminton, and croquet are available to participants at no charge.  Any resort activities that incur a fee must be paid by participants.  Participants are also responsible for expenses accrued to their account such as long-distance telephone charges, alcoholic beverages, and room service.<br/>
'''AMENITIES'''<br> Resort facilities including the fitness center, outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, tennis courts, badminton, and croquet are available to participants at no charge.  Any resort activities that incur a fee must be paid by participants.  Participants are also responsible for expenses accrued to their account such as long-distance telephone charges, alcoholic beverages, and room service.<br/>
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'''LOCAL TRANSPORTATION:'''<br/>Hotel Shuttle:  The hotel has shuttle service to downtown Santa Fe scheduled three times daily.  Please check with the front desk for details.<br/>
'''LOCAL TRANSPORTATION:'''<br/>Hotel Shuttle:  The hotel has shuttle service to downtown Santa Fe scheduled three times daily.  Please check with the front desk for details.<br/>


Car Rental: Car rental is available both in Albuquerque and Santa Fe at your own cost.  We have good corporate rates with [http://www.enterprise.com/car_rental/deeplinkmap.do?bid=002&cust=34A1526 Enterprise].  Since our arrangement with Enterprise doesn't cover insurance, we recommend that you accept supplemental coverage at the desk if your credit card or personal insurance policy does not cover rental car insurance..<br/>  
Car Rental: Car rental is available both in Albuquerque and Santa Fe at your own cost.  SFI has good corporate rates with [http://www.enterprise.com/car_rental/deeplinkmap.do?bid=002&cust=34A1526 Enterprise].  Since our arrangement with Enterprise doesn't cover insurance, we recommend that you accept supplemental coverage at the desk if your credit card or personal insurance policy does not cover rental car insurance..<br/>  


Taxi:  Capital City Cab, the taxi service in Santa Fe, can be reached at (505) 438-0000.<br/>  
Taxi:  Capital City Cab, the taxi service in Santa Fe, can be reached at (505) 438-0000.<br/>  
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Local bus service:  Santa Fe has a small public transportation system, Santa Fe Trails.  The transit center is located in downtown Santa Fe, one block from the plaza.  For route and schedule information, see http://santafetrails.santafenm.gov/.<br/>
Local bus service:  Santa Fe has a small public transportation system, Santa Fe Trails.  The transit center is located in downtown Santa Fe, one block from the plaza.  For route and schedule information, see http://santafetrails.santafenm.gov/.<br/>


'''AIRPORT SHUTTLE''' <br/> We recommend that you take [http://www.sandiashuttle.com/  Sandia Shuttle] from the Albuquerque airport to Bishop's Lodge.<br/>  
'''AIRPORT SHUTTLE''' <br/> We recommend that you take [http://www.sandiashuttle.com/  Sandia Shuttle] from the Albuquerque airport to Bishop's Lodge.  Please make your reservation for round-trip service, as appropriate, in order to obtain a discount over the cost of two one-way rides.<br/>  


'''HEALTH INSURANCE:'''<br/>  It is very important that you have health insurance coverage while attending the summer school.  International participants are especially advised to make sure they have adequate coverage before entering the United States. <br/>  
'''HEALTH INSURANCE:'''<br/>  It is very important that you have health insurance coverage while attending the summer school.  International participants are especially advised to make sure they have adequate coverage before entering the United States. <br/>  


'''SANTA FE:'''<br/>  Santa Fe is located in northern New Mexico at an elevation of 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.  With a population of over 65,000 people, it is well known for its art, culture, dining, and year-round outdoor activities.  July weather is usually hot and sunny during the day (90F/32C) and cool in the evening (55F/13C). There are often thundershowers in the afternoon.  Dress is casual.  Be sure to bring sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat with you. Hiking boots are also recommended.  Please note that at this altitude, the sun's rays are stronger than what you may be accustomed to.  Humidity is usually low, and you should make it a point to drink plenty of water.<br/>  
'''SANTA FE:'''<br/>  Santa Fe is located in northern New Mexico at an elevation of 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.  With a population of over 65,000 people, it is well known for its art, culture, dining, and year-round outdoor activities.  July weather is usually hot and sunny during the day (90F/32C) and cool in the evening (55F/13C). There are often thundershowers in the afternoon.  Dress is casual.  Be sure to bring sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat with you. Hiking boots are also recommended.  Please note that at this altitude, the sun's rays are stronger than what you may be accustomed to.  Humidity is usually low, and you should make it a point to drink plenty of water throughout each day.<br/>  


For more information about Santa Fe and events taking place during your visit, please look at the [http://www.santafe.org City of Santa Fe]'s web site, or follow the links on the Bishop's Lodge web site.
For more information about Santa Fe and events taking place during your visit, please look at the [http://www.santafe.org City of Santa Fe]'s web site, or follow the links on the Bishop's Lodge web site.

Latest revision as of 16:08, 2 July 2009

Summer School on Global Sustainability

The Global Sustainability Summer School will take place at the Bishop's Lodge Resort

Sunday, July 12, 2009
CHECK-IN
Hotel check-in begins at 4:00 p.m. If you arrive earlier and your room is ready, the hotel will be able to accommodate you. If not, you may leave your luggage at the front desk and enjoy the grounds of the hotel. Please note that the hotel requires a credit card imprint at check-in as a security for room charges.

REGISTRATION
We will have a registration table set up in the entry to the Tesuque Pavilion from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday.

6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. WELCOME RECEPTION & DINNER
A welcome reception and dinner will take place from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Tesuque Pavilion, room C.

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PROGRAM FORMAT:
The school consists mainly of lectures and small group meetings/project work. There will be a public lecture off-site on Thursday evening, July 16; transportation will be provided. Sessions on Saturday, July 18 will be presented as a mini-symposium. Week 1 sessions will be held in the Thunderbird Room; Week 2 sessions will be in the Tesuque Pavilion, room A.

The schedule on the wiki is updated as information becomes available. Most of the lectures are scheduled in the mornings or early afternoons. Please note that group projects are a major part of the school; for details, please see the "Project" section of the wiki. You do not need to come prepared with a project or project proposal.

Background readings related to lectures are added to the wiki under “Readings” as they become available.

PROGRAM EXPECTATIONS:
We expect that all participants will attend all lectures for the full duration of the program, participate fully in a group project, and fulfill all related assignments and deadlines. You should expect to spend some amount of time working on your group projects outside of the scheduled sessions. Participants who do not meet these requirements may be asked to leave the program at the discretion of the directors.

HOUSING/MEALS:
Program participants will be assigned to spacious, double-occupancy rooms. For safety and contractual reasons you may NOT have overnight guests in your hotel room.

Meals begin with dinner on Sunday, July 12 and end with breakfast on Saturday, July 25. Three meals are served each day: breakfast, 7:00 to 9:00 a.m.; lunch, 12:30-1:45 p.m.; dinner, 7:00-8:30 p.m. The exception is Sunday, July 19, only breakfast will be provided; this is a free day for the program, and participants are on their own for lunch and dinner.

AMENITIES
Resort facilities including the fitness center, outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, tennis courts, badminton, and croquet are available to participants at no charge. Any resort activities that incur a fee must be paid by participants. Participants are also responsible for expenses accrued to their account such as long-distance telephone charges, alcoholic beverages, and room service.

COMPUTER FACILITIES:
High-speed internet is available in the hotel rooms. You will need to supply your own cable for access, as wifi is not provided.

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION:
Hotel Shuttle: The hotel has shuttle service to downtown Santa Fe scheduled three times daily. Please check with the front desk for details.

Car Rental: Car rental is available both in Albuquerque and Santa Fe at your own cost. SFI has good corporate rates with Enterprise. Since our arrangement with Enterprise doesn't cover insurance, we recommend that you accept supplemental coverage at the desk if your credit card or personal insurance policy does not cover rental car insurance..

Taxi: Capital City Cab, the taxi service in Santa Fe, can be reached at (505) 438-0000.

Local bus service: Santa Fe has a small public transportation system, Santa Fe Trails. The transit center is located in downtown Santa Fe, one block from the plaza. For route and schedule information, see http://santafetrails.santafenm.gov/.

AIRPORT SHUTTLE
We recommend that you take Sandia Shuttle from the Albuquerque airport to Bishop's Lodge. Please make your reservation for round-trip service, as appropriate, in order to obtain a discount over the cost of two one-way rides.

HEALTH INSURANCE:
It is very important that you have health insurance coverage while attending the summer school. International participants are especially advised to make sure they have adequate coverage before entering the United States.

SANTA FE:
Santa Fe is located in northern New Mexico at an elevation of 7,000 feet (2,130 meters) in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. With a population of over 65,000 people, it is well known for its art, culture, dining, and year-round outdoor activities. July weather is usually hot and sunny during the day (90F/32C) and cool in the evening (55F/13C). There are often thundershowers in the afternoon. Dress is casual. Be sure to bring sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat with you. Hiking boots are also recommended. Please note that at this altitude, the sun's rays are stronger than what you may be accustomed to. Humidity is usually low, and you should make it a point to drink plenty of water throughout each day.

For more information about Santa Fe and events taking place during your visit, please look at the City of Santa Fe's web site, or follow the links on the Bishop's Lodge web site.