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 Conference Venue

The conference will take place at the University of Utah Languages and Communication (LNCO) Building
LNCO 2110
255 Central Campus Dr. 
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

How do I get to the conference venue from the Guest House?

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Campus Shuttle – Red or Blue Bus

   **(Get off the Student Union stop, walk southeast towards Language & Communication Building #49 (LNCO).

Conference is in Room 2110 (second floor). You can take the stairs or elevator if you are entering the building from it’s main entrance on first floor. You could also use the map below to see live shuttle tracker. 

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Walking 

To reach the conference venue from the University Guest House via the George S. Eccles 2002 Legacy Bridge. 
(Walk time: 13 mins; 0.7 miles)

  • Exit the main doors of the Guest House and turn right. You will be heading southeast on Fort Douglas Blvd.
  • At the first stop sign, turn right onto a footpath. The back of the Officer’s Club will be on your left.
  • Proceed straight ahead and cross Mario Capecchi Drive on the pedestrian overpass (George S. Eccles 2002 Legacy Bridge)
  • Turn right at the bottom of the bridge and then left after passing the University Federal Credit Union.
  • You will now be on Student Life Way (you will see a parking lot on your right and a large building (Lassonde Studios) under construction looming ahead of you.
  • Pass Lassonde Studios Building (Construction Zone)
  • The next building ahead (and slightly to your right) is the Language & Communication Building (LNCO, Building #49)

Conference is in Room 2110 (second floor). You can take the stairs or elevator if you are entering the building from it’s main entrance on first floor. 

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Last Updated: 2/15/17