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June 23, 2014 – June 27, 2014
The International Jesuit Association of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Universities and Schools (ISJACHEM) was originally founded to enhance knowledge among the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Jesuit Universities and High Technical Schools, and to increase collaboration in all fields in order to improve preparation of professionals in the field of chemistry, environmental studies and related subjects. In recent years the organization has broadened participation to include all natural science and engineering disciplines. As such the organization name has been broadened to include the Jesuit International Science and Engineering Association (JINSEA).
Hosted by Santa Clara University (SCU) and University of San Francisco (USF)
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the ISJACHEM/JINSEA Conference on June 23rd at Santa Clara University and University of San Francisco in beautiful, sunny California.
Listed below are some of the pertinent details to enable you to start making your travel plans to Santa Clara.
Registration fee: $800 per person includes on campus lodging, meals and transportation to USF from SCU on Thursday
No lodging option: $700
Airports: San Jose International Airport is about 2 miles from SCU
VTA bus transportation available from airport to SCU
San Francisco International Airport is about 50 miles from SCU
Oakland Airport is about 50 miles from SCU
Monday, June 23rd Welcome Reception 5:00 pm Santa Clara University
Friday, June 27th session ends at 11:30 am
Please contact Rich Barber at email@example.com if you have any questions or suggestions for session topics. Online registration and a tentative conference agenda will be forthcoming. A limited number of scholarships are available. Please email us for information.We look forward to welcoming you to SCU and USF for a productive and fun-filled conference that will enable us to be more effective educators for the benefit of our students. We hope you can all plan on attending.