Our venue at the University of Miami, Conference Center is close to vibrant downtown Coral Gables and not far from the City of Miami, with a variety of cultural, historical, and fun places for visitors to enjoy.
Conference guests may stroll the university's walkable campus that was designed to emulate a botanical garden. The balmy weather and beautiful sunshine are complemented by unique features such as Lake Osceola and the John C. Gifford Arboretum, Ibis Natural Trail, and Butterfly Garden.
Average temperatures in April: 69° F to 84° F.
Coral Gables is only 20 minutes from Miami International Airport and an hour from Ft. Lauderdale International Airport.
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Yes, we do! Our standard rate is $350. However, students and retirees can register for just $200. We look forward to seeing both the old pros and the new kids on the block down in Miami. Spread the word!
The Lakeside Village Expo Center overlooks Lake Osceola, right in the heart of the University of Miami's beautiful campus and the charming City of Coral Gables. We'll also be just seven miles from downtown Miami, giving you the option to explore the many culturally diverse neighborhoods of the region.
Agnoli is senior liaison at the Ohio Innovation Exchange, which connects business and industry with researchers, equipment, and facilities at Ohio's leading universities. Agnoli was previously responsible for research development at Ohio State and has been both a National Organization of Research Development Professionals (NORDP) Fellow and a Strategic Doing Fellow.
Wolf is director of research analytics and chief of staff for the University of Kentucky Office of Research, leading efforts to drive strategy and growth using robust business intelligence tools, research analytics, and access to data and information. Wolf serves on the Research Evaluation Working Group of the International Network of Research Management Societies.
Estlund is dean of libraries at Colorado State University. She previously served as associate dean for technology and digital strategies for Penn State Libraries and acted as associate dean for collections, research, and scholarly communications. Estlund has been active with the International Image Interoperability Framework, Fedora Leaders, and the Samvera Steering Group.