The conference will be hosted by Boston University, in the George Sherman Union. The GSU is located in the heart of Boston University Campus.
The venue is walking distance from downtown Boston and Central Square in Cambridge, and it can be easily reached via Storrow Drive, I-90, and public transportation.
The venue provides access to participants with disabilities and, if needed, additional support is provided by the Boston University Office of Disability Services.
The George Sherman Union is located on the Boston University campus at 775 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215.
The first floor of the GSU is a lively meeting center for students with several restaurants and shops. The conference rooms are in the second floor.
Metcalf Large 650 seats
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