This post contains some information particular to presenters and moderators, but if you are interested in attending the conference, you are more than welcome. There is no pre-registration for the conference, but please send an email to Kim Gallon at email@example.com if you plan to attend, so that we can adjust the catering order.
Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University: 20 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003
Getting there by subway (from NYU’s website):
Lexington Avenue Subway Take Local (No. 6) to Astor Place station. Walk east on Astor Place to 4th Ave/Cooper Square, then south (make a right) on 4th Ave/Cooper Square and walk south roughly two blocks to 20 Cooper Square (4th Ave turns into Cooper Square).
Broadway Subway Take Local (W or R; N or R on weekends) to 8th Street station. Walk east on 8th Street, crossing Lafayette (look for a big cube sculpture) and making a right on 4th Ave/Cooper Square. Walk south roughly two blocks to 20 Cooper Square.
Sixth or Eighth Avenue Subway To West 4th Street-Washington Square station. Walk east on West 4th Street to Bowery/Cooper Square (you’ll pass both Broadway and Lafayette), then north (make a left) on Bowery/Cooper Square and walk one block to 20 Cooper Square.
Seventh Avenue Subway Local (No. 1) to Christopher Street-Sheridan Square station. Walk east on West 4th Street to Bowery/Cooper Square (you’ll pass both Broadway and Lafayette), then north (make a left) on Bowery/Cooper Square and walk one block to 20 Cooper Square.
The nearest parking lot to the conference site is:
Edison Parkfast 375 Lafayette St New York, NY
Please sign in with NYU security inside the entrance to 20 Cooper Square. The conference organizers will provide NYU with a list of expected conference attendees. The registration desk will be located on the 7th floor. You may encounter signs in the elevator that say that the 7th floor is inaccessible, but you can ignore these; NYU has assured us that the elevators will stop on 7. If not, proceed to the 6th floor and take the stairs one flight up to registration. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. There is no pre- registration. The cost is $50, payable in cash or check. Checks should be made payable to Loyola University (include “Journalism Conference” in the memo).
Each of the presentation rooms will be equipped with a Macintosh computer that can run PowerPoint and Keynote presentations and will have Internet access. You may also bring your own computer to attach to the projector. Please note that the rooms are seminar-style rooms, with no front lectern, and the presentation computers are along a side wall. You may want to be prepared to ask a volunteer to advance your slides. A small number of remote controls will be provided by the conference organizers.
Social networking and media
For the fifth consecutive year, media and communication students from St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY, will coordinate media for the JJCHC. They will be capturing events and tweeting live from the conference — #jjchc. If you’re a grad student hitting the job market, a junior faculty coming up for tenure, or a senior faculty looking for a promotion and would like your presentation recorded, please get in touch with Todd Sodano, a professor at St. John Fisher College, who will discuss possibilities with you and his production crew. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org. His students will be sure to remain unobtrusive as they collect elements throughout the day.
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