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2018 APS Bridge Program & National Mentoring Community Conference


Hotel Information

The following hotels have arranged to have rooms available at a discounted rate until a specific date. Please check the booking deadline information for your preferred hotel below.

Please note that each hotel has different blocks of availability for the conference period and that all rooms are on a “first come, first serve” basis. If your preferred hotel is sold out, please make a different selection. Discounted rates are only available until the date listed and only as space allows.

General questions may be directed to Erika Brown at brown@aps.org. If you have a specific question about a particular hotel, we encourage you to reach out to the hotel directly using the contact information at their website.

Information about traveling to the conference, between the conference and hotels, and travel funding support

 

Hotel Options

Awarded Travel Support?

Bridge and NMC Students awarded travel support should not make lodging arrangements here; APS Staff will send you travel and housing applications directly once you’ve registered for the conference. NMC Mentors who have applied for travel support should book hotel rooms themselves at the Stanford Guest House using the link and code provided.

Cardinal Hotel

Cardinal Hotel
Palo Alto, Downtown
Deadline: 10/15

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Sheraton Palo Alto

Sheraton Palo Alto
Palo Alto, El Camino
Deadline: 10/16

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Dinah’s Garden Hotel

Dinah’s Garden Hotel
Palo Alto, El Camino
Deadline: 10/15

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Stanford Guest House

Stanford Guest House
Sand Hill Rd. (Near SLAC)
Deadline: 11/1

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Select Stanford University as the host, then use the Group Code APS18 to access discounted rate.

The American Physical Society Bridge Program (APS-BP) and the National Mentoring Community (NMC) are efforts by APS to increase the number of physics degrees earned by underrepresented minority students, defined by the project as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1143070. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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