RESEARCHING NEW YORK
Communites of New York
November 19 & 20, 2015
University at Albany, SUNY
Department of History &
The New York State Archives Partnership Trust
Special Collections &Archives,
With additional support from:
University at Albany
College of Arts & Sciences
The Office for Research
The New York State Museum
The New York State Historical Association
The New York State Council for the Humanities
Conference registration is $55.00, $60.00 after November 13th and at the door.
Registration includes a reception and light buffet Thursday
evening, continental breakfast and lunch on Friday, and an informal
reception after the closing plenary session. Advance registration
is requested. Please note: We are now able to accept credit cards and online registration. Click the online registration link for details. The final conference program and all additional
registration materials will be available at the conference. Please contact us to make special arrangements for student groups.
If you prefer to register by mail and pay by check, please complete the mail-in registration form, print and return to us along with your check, made out to UAS, Inc.
We are unable to process checks made out in any other way; they will be returned and need to be replaced.
Researching New York Conference Registration
Department of History-Social Sciences 145
University at Albany, SUNY
Albany, New York 12222
Please be sure to include your name, institutional affiliation,
address, and e-mail whether you register online or by mail. Note if you would like to reserve
a seat on the shuttle bus to the reception and Thursday evening event, There is no additional charge for bus transportation, however, we do need to know how many to plan for.
Space is available for exhibits at the Conference. Booksellers, institutions, archives, and others wishing to display materials
related to New York State history are invited to contact us
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-442-5431. Full tables as well as space to display
informational materials about archives, historic sites, and
other New York history resources are available.
Getting to Albany and Lodging
Conference registration will be in the Science Library, Barnes & Noble Reading Room on the University at Albany Uptown Campus.
Follow these links for: directions
to Albany, information about local lodging,
maps of the surrounding
area, the University
Campus, and the the Science Libary.
Please note: Recent changes on the UAlbany campus have altered parking options from past years. We suggest using the first visitor lot on the right as you enter Collins circle, seen as a "v" in he beige background on this interactive map, http://www.albany.edu/content_images/ualbany-campus-map.pdf. Mousing over the bottom allows you to enlarge the map at the plus sign. That is the only lot with a human attendant. Parking is also available at the other pay lots, also with beige backgrounds on the map, by credit card. Additional parking information is available at http://www.albany.edu/about/about_visiting_maps_and_directions.php. Due to ongoing construction in the area of the Campus Center and Science Library, some of the usual walking routes may be inaccessible. See http://www.albany.edu/facilities/fp/campuscenter.html for details.
Registration and most conference sessions are in the Science Library, Building 14 on the map.
Researching New York brings together historians, researchers, archivists, museum curators, librarians, graduate students, teachers, Web and multimedia producers, and documentarians to share their work on New York State history. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at email@example.com or call 518-442-5431
This page last updated September 24, 2015