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  1. Week of May 8, 2016

    1. Thursday, May 12, 2016

      1. 11:00 amROGER Users Meeting
        Room 1030
  2. Week of June 26, 2016

    1. Thursday, June 30, 2016

      1.  The 5th International Conference of the Initiative on Climate Adaptation Research and Understanding through the Social Sciences (ICARUS), June 30 – July 2, 2016
        India School of Business, Hyderabad, IndiaLocation and Venue: Hyderabad is a dynamic city of 6.8 million (metropolitan area) and an economic and cultural center of growing importance both within India and internationally. Attractions include the famed ‘Char Minar’ monument at the heart of the old city as well as Faluknama Palace. The conference and accommodation will be on the campus of the Indian School of Business (ISB). One of the premier business schools in India, ISB has developed atradition of engaging in matters of public policy and development. The facilities are modern and comfortable; campus is easily accessed from the Hyderabad’s main airport. Hyderabad has a comparatively moderate climate compared to many other parts of India. The peak of summer heat is in May, but temperatures decline by mid-June after the monsoon sets in. By late June the weather is likely to be warm but pleasant. Please note that most foreign nationals will require a visa to enter India. Although citizens of some countries are now eligible for a ‘visa-on-arrival’ scheme, this nevertheless requires advanced registration online well before your scheduled departure. Citizens of many countries will require a visa in advance. In either case, we recommend that you research your specific requirements carefully and begin making plans several months in advance just to make sure that everything is taken care of in adequate time.
  3. Week of July 1, 2016

    1. Friday, July 1, 2016

      1.  The 5th International Conference of the Initiative on Climate Adaptation Research and Understanding through the Social Sciences (ICARUS), June 30 – July 2, 2016
        India School of Business, Hyderabad, IndiaLocation and Venue: Hyderabad is a dynamic city of 6.8 million (metropolitan area) and an economic and cultural center of growing importance both within India and internationally. Attractions include the famed ‘Char Minar’ monument at the heart of the old city as well as Faluknama Palace. The conference and accommodation will be on the campus of the Indian School of Business (ISB). One of the premier business schools in India, ISB has developed atradition of engaging in matters of public policy and development. The facilities are modern and comfortable; campus is easily accessed from the Hyderabad’s main airport. Hyderabad has a comparatively moderate climate compared to many other parts of India. The peak of summer heat is in May, but temperatures decline by mid-June after the monsoon sets in. By late June the weather is likely to be warm but pleasant. Please note that most foreign nationals will require a visa to enter India. Although citizens of some countries are now eligible for a ‘visa-on-arrival’ scheme, this nevertheless requires advanced registration online well before your scheduled departure. Citizens of many countries will require a visa in advance. In either case, we recommend that you research your specific requirements carefully and begin making plans several months in advance just to make sure that everything is taken care of in adequate time.
    2. Saturday, July 2, 2016

      1.  The 5th International Conference of the Initiative on Climate Adaptation Research and Understanding through the Social Sciences (ICARUS), June 30 – July 2, 2016
        India School of Business, Hyderabad, IndiaLocation and Venue: Hyderabad is a dynamic city of 6.8 million (metropolitan area) and an economic and cultural center of growing importance both within India and internationally. Attractions include the famed ‘Char Minar’ monument at the heart of the old city as well as Faluknama Palace. The conference and accommodation will be on the campus of the Indian School of Business (ISB). One of the premier business schools in India, ISB has developed atradition of engaging in matters of public policy and development. The facilities are modern and comfortable; campus is easily accessed from the Hyderabad’s main airport. Hyderabad has a comparatively moderate climate compared to many other parts of India. The peak of summer heat is in May, but temperatures decline by mid-June after the monsoon sets in. By late June the weather is likely to be warm but pleasant. Please note that most foreign nationals will require a visa to enter India. Although citizens of some countries are now eligible for a ‘visa-on-arrival’ scheme, this nevertheless requires advanced registration online well before your scheduled departure. Citizens of many countries will require a visa in advance. In either case, we recommend that you research your specific requirements carefully and begin making plans several months in advance just to make sure that everything is taken care of in adequate time.

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