Stay tuned for further updates.
Some useful links:
- Howard University campus map.
- Conference location — HU Interdisciplinary Research Building (HUIRB), Room 106A (Building 38, 1st floor), on the corner of Georgia Avenue and W Street. Attention: Note the CHANGE OF VENUE!
- Dorms — College Hall South (Building 67), 2205 4th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20059 (along 4th Street between W Street and Bryant Street).
- Math Department — Academic Service Building B (ASB-B, Building 24), 2nd floor.
- Parking — Howard Center parking lot (Lot V on the parking map, directly across Georgia Avenue from HUIRB). Enter from 8th Street NW (the side opposite Georgia Avenue). The rate is $8/day.
- Internet — Away from HUIRB, use Visitor connection (login: HU-Visitor, password: Bison1867). Inside and near HUIRB use either of the two login/password pairs written on the back wall of the conference room.
- Howard University on Google Maps.
- Howard is about a mile away from the closest Metro stop, Shaw-Howard University on the Green and Yellow lines. The Metro map can be found here.
- The Yellow line connects directly to DCA, the Washington National Airport. Howard University is also connected to downtown DC and the suburb of Silver Spring by express bus #79 and local bus #70 (W Street stop for HUIRB and the dorms, Howard Place stop for the Main Gate).
- Washington, DC, is served by three airports and Amtrak trains.
- Amtrak Union Station metro stop is on the Red Line (see the metro map).
- Washington National Airport (DCA) metro station is on the Yellow (and Blue) line.
- Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI) can be reached by taking the Green Line to Greenbelt station, then taking the B30 shuttle to BWI, or alternatively, by taking metro to Union Station, then taking Amtrak to BWI.
- Dulles International Airport (IAD) can be reached by taking the metro to L’Enfant Plaza (Yellow/Green Line) or Rosslyn (Blue/Orange/Silver Line), then taking the 5A shuttle to IAD.
- Washington, DC, taxi rates are as follows: $3 base charge, plus $2.16 per mile traveled, plus $25 per hour (about $2 every 5 minutes) of standing in traffic, red lights, etc.