AEJMC Southeast Colloquium 2010

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Thank you to our co-sponsors: UNC Center for Media Law and Policy and LexisNexis.

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March 11-13, 2010
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

*COLLOQUIUM SCHEDULE AND EVENTS*

*TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION FOR PRESENTERS*

Old WellThe UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication will host the 2010 Southeast Colloquium for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. All colloquium sessions will be held in Carroll Hall on the historic main campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We hope to see you in Chapel Hill!

Registration:
Pre-registration for the colloquium has closed. For information about on-site registration, please contact Dr. Michael Hoefges at mhoefges@email.unc.edu.

Divisions Participating:
History, Law and Policy, Magazine, Newspaper, Open, Radio-Television Journalism

Keynote Speaker:
Miriam Nisbet, Director of the Office of Government Information Services at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, will be the keynote speaker at the colloquium lunch, Friday, March 12.

Colloquium Hotel:
Carolina Inn (carolinainn.com)
Adjacent to campus, five minute walk to the colloquium site, Carroll Hall. (See map below.)
The deadline for reserving rooms at the conference rate has passed. Please contact the hotel for current rate information.
Reserve rooms online or by phone: 1-800-962-8519
Additional lodging options (with maps and driving directions to UNC campus)

Airport:
Raleigh-Durham International Airport
18 miles from campus

Local Attractions:
The Chapel Hill Visitor's Bureau provides a wealth of information about local events and attractions on the Web site VisitChapelHill.org.

Conference Area & Parking:

Parking on the UNC campus is scarce, but options are available nearby. For specific information about visitor parking and city parking, go to:
Town of Chapel Hill: Municipal Parking
UNC - Chapel Hill Visitors Parking

Some of the better parking options are marked on the map below.

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