We invite you to attend the annual meeting of Northwest Glaciologists on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14-15, 2022. The meeting will be hosted at the University of Idaho by the UI Glacier Dynamics Group, within “earshot*,” but safely out of the Missoula Flood pathw
Following custom, this Meeting of Northwest Glaciologists will be an informal event, but please indicate your intention to register via the form above. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Program and logistics
The meeting will run from approximately 9 am – 5 pm on both Friday and Saturday. The registration fee will likely be between $30 and $60 per person depending on career stage, in order to cover the cost of food and refreshment. There will be a social event and dinner hosted at Tim Bartholomaus’ home on Friday evening. Directions will be shared at the meeting.
This year, while we have more than 50 attendees and over 35 talks scheduled, we are also able to accommodate all requests for oral and poster presentations. If you indicated interest in a presentation, please proceed with preparing your presentation. Oral presentation time slots will be 15 minutes, so please prepare a talk no longer than 12 minutes to allow for 3 minutes of questions and changeover to the next speaker. If you would like to present but have not yet, please proceed with completing the registration form. It’s not too late!
We’ll be set up for registration, coffee, and a light snack on Friday at 8:15 am (local, Pacific time). We’ll start with the program at 9:00 am. Friday morning we’ll be in the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) building, room 022, on the ground floor, connected to (and west of) the Idaho Student Union Building, approximately here: https://goo.gl/maps/ReJAiLXE3zmtzUHk8. Friday after lunch and on Saturday, we’ll be in IRIC (more on that during the meeting). A campus map is here.