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PRINCETON UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE and EVENT SERVICES

Princeton University Conference Services is located at 71 University Place. Staff here will assist with all aspects of planning your event.

Eric Hamblin 258-3371

Michelle Horgan 258-6116

EVENT PLANNING

Use this link to access a variety of resources to help plan your next event. For posters, brochures and other printed products contact Student Design Agency (email).

LISTSERV

Use this service to create mailing lists for large groups online.

POSTER PRINTING

Go to http://geoweb2.princeton.edu/plot/ and  login and submit your poster in pdf form.
When the poster is printed you will get an email alerting you

Geosciences & Map Library Fine Hall, B-Level Telephone (609) 258-3267;

Shawa, Tsering Wangyal
Geographic Information Systems Librarian
E-mail: shawatw@princeton.edu
(609) 258-6804

RISK MANAGEMENT

Statement of Insurance Coverage for Off Campus Meetings/ Retreats

Contact: Megan Adams (609) 258-2169

TELECONFERENCING

Contact the Telecommunications Office to request a phone. The form is online and the sets can be picked up at Frist in room 111.
Teleconferencing Phone Set-Up Guide Quick Reference

Phone number for Classroom 155 is 258-7545

TRAVEL GRANT APPLICATION

Student may apply for travel assistance to attend conferences

Please see Sheryl Robas,  Graduate/Undergraduate Coordinator in room 110

TRAVEL INFORMATION

See your Faculty Assistant for booking of travel and payment of Conference Registration fees in advance of your travel. Reimbursements cannot be made until travel is completed and all original receipts are turned in to the assistant and a travel voucher is submitted.

USE OF GEOSCIENCES CLASSROOMS

If you need to schedule a room for personal use in Guyot, see Sheryl Robas. Available rooms are  220, 315, 155, 154, and the PEI Conference Room.

VIDEO CONFERENCING

Video Conferencing at Princeton Website

There are four videoconferencing rooms available for use on campus: two in Robertson Hall (001 and 016, available only to WWS faculty, staff, and students), one in Wallace Hall (seats 16) , and one at the Lewis Science Library (seats 12). Please see their individual listings on the website for details on capacity, equipment and booking.

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