Rizzo Center and Meadowmont

The 2017 Institute will be held from 5 to 9 November at the Rizzo Center in Chapel Hill, NC.

The Rizzo Center has a retreat-like atmosphere, with all of the amenities of a first class conference center. Participants from outside the region will have guestrooms in the complex, and daytime meetings and meals will be in the conference rooms and historic DuBose House. Meadowmont Village is within walking distance, as are buses to the center of Chapel Hill and elsewhere. More information, directions, and photos are linked below. See also this blog post with some ruminations on the importance of a place like the Rizzo Center for an event like this, and with more photos of the gardens.

Aerial View of Rizzo Center

Aerial View of Rizzo Center

The opening reception and dinner, overnight accommodations, and daytime meetings will be in McLean Hall. Lunches will be in DuBose House.

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[ Slide show photos from SCI 2015 by Eric Dye used under CC license: https://www.flickr.com/photos/137077175@N05/sets/72157659949691661/ ]

Teams working on their projects at SCI 2014

Teams working on their projects in the meeting room at SCI 2014

Teams working on their projects at SCI 2014

Teams working on their projects outside at SCI 2014

Lunch in the DuBose House at SCI 2014

Lunch in the DuBose House at SCI 2014

Pergola outside the DuBose House

Pergola outside the DuBose House

SCI 2014 panoramic photo

Panorama of the meeting room at the beginning of SCI 2014

 

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