Registration Form "World History: Teaching for the 21st Century" Conference Sessions June 19-20, 1998/ Conference Institute, June 21-22, 1998
Registration for the Conference
Holiday Inn The University Park Holiday Inn which on the edge of the campus is offering rooms at a CSU conference rate until May 8, 1998. The rates are $74.50 for a single, $84.50 per room for double occupancy. Call 1-800-Holiday for reservations.
Campus dormitory lodging:
Arrival date/time_______________________________________________________ Departure date_________________________________________________________ Roommate preference (both parties must select each other)______________________
Total amount due $___________
Method of payment: ____Check ____Visa ____Mastercard ____Purchase order.
Credit card number___________________Exp. date _________ (Make checks payable to Colorado State University. $17.00 will be charged for any returned check. Cancellations are accepted until June 10. After that there is a $25.00 cancellation fee)
Please return to: Office of Conference Services; Colorado State University; Fort Collins, Colorado 80523; Phone: 970-491-7501 FAX: 970-491-3568
"Writing & Implementing a World History Course"
Information/Registration/Lodging requests for June 21 & 22, 1998, Post Conference Institute, sponsored by the WH Teaching Network, should be sent to Marilynn Hitchens; 720 Josephine; Denver, CO 80206 or e-mailed to Heidi Roupp, email@example.com. Institute cost-$100/$90 for WH Teaching Network members.
On-Campus Accommodations Accommodations are available at the Corbett/Parmelee Complex the nights of June 18 - 21. The Corbett/Parmelee Complex is located on campus and is within a short walk of the Lory Student Center, the meeting site for the World History Association Teaching Conference. Each room has two twin beds. Rooms are equipped with bed linens, pillows, blankets, towel sets, soap, a sink and vanity, small desk, chair, telephone, and clothing closet. Daily maid service is provided. University residence halls are not air conditioned; however, the cool dry Colorado nights make for comfortable sleeping. The Residence Hall cannot provide a wake-up service, so you may wish to bring an alarm clock. A separate room key will be checked out to each participant.
Transportation Car: In driving to Colorado, Intestates 70 and 80 east and west and Interstate 25 north and south provide easy access to Fort Collins. The city and campus are located about 4 miles west of Interstate 25 and can be reached by taking exits 265, 268, or 269. A map will be sent with your registration confirmation or on request from the CSU Office of Conference Services.
Air: Air travel to the area is to Denver International Airport (DIA) in Denver or through the airport in Colorado Springs. Traveling to Fort Collins is best by rental car or shuttle service. Most major car rental companies service both airports. Airport shuttle information will be sent to participants with registration confirmation.
Fort Collins Fort Collins is a community of over 100,000 located 65 miles north of Denver and 45 miles south of Cheyenne Wyoming. At the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins is with in an hour's drive of such major recreation areas as Estes Park, Red Feather lakes, Cache la Poudre River ("Colorado's Trout Route"), and several mountain parks including the 790,000 acre Roosevelt National Forest and Rocky Mountain National Park. Horsetooth Reservoir, a man-made boating and recreation area, is a 10-minute drive from campus. At an elevation of 5,000 feet, Fort Collins enjoys a clear dry climate.
Web Sites and Phone Numbers
World History Association Conference Information: http://www.woodrow.org/teachers/world-history/
Colorado State University web site: http://www.colostate.edu/
Fort Collins Convention & Visitor's Bureau phone number: 1-800-274-FORT (3678)
Tourism in the State of Colorado web site: http://www.state.co.us/colorado.html
City of Fort Collins web site: http://www.fortnet.org/