north american meetings
of the regional
november 11 - 14,1998
new mexico usa
I M P O R T A N T U P D A
T E D B U L L E T I N (November 3):
The conference is now just one week away. We wish everyone
a safe and interesting trip to "The Land of Enchantment" and look forward
to welcoming you to the 45th Annual Meetings. The Registration Desk
will be open from 5:00 to 9:00 PM on Wednesday, November 11, on the Mezzanine
Level of La Fonda. It will reopen Thursday morning at 9:00 AM and
remain open throughout the conference.
If you have not already preregistered, we ask that you no longer
send us forms in the mail but plan to register at the conference.
On-site registration fee is $120 ($65 for students).
4th Hotel Now Available! Because
of record-breaking turnout for this conference, all rooms in our blocks
at BOTH La Fonda and Hotel Loretto were sold out long ago.
Also, our first overflow hotel, The Inn of the Governors, recently only
had limited availability for some of the conference dates. We have
therefore arranged with the Radisson Santa Fe to take reservations
from anyone who has still not booked a room. Reservations coming
in to the other hotels are being forwarded to the Radisson. If you
have not already done so, please book your hotel room at the Radisson IMMEDIATELY.
Details about how to do so are given in the "Conference Venues" section
of this web site. Click
here to go to that section of the site.
cohosted by: the
western regional science association
university of arizona department of geography & regional development
...click on the regional science, santafe
style symbols below for more information
getting to santa
the conference venues
(includes hotel reservation forms)
santa fe november
outline of the daily
conference schedule (note format change from previous meetings)
santa fe and new mexico web sites: information, day trip excursions, etc.
...for more information
please contact the organizers:
program cochairs: adrian X
esparza and Brigitte _Waldorf
arrangements chair: David a
c/o department of geography & regional development
university of arizona / harvill building, box 2
tucson, arizona 85721 usa
voice: 520-621-1652; fax: 520-621-2889
And it's not too early to begin making plans for the 1999 European
Click on that glorious green/purple RSAI logo below to visit the
attractive Dublin '99 web site!
last revised: October 15, 1998