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Annual Meeting Mentor Program
The Student and Young Professional Support Committee (SYPSC) has developed an Annual Meeting mentor program to pair professionals that plan to attend the 2020 Annual Meeting with interested student attendees. We hope mentors can provide advice and support both before and during the Annual Meeting to make the meeting more relaxing, enjoyable, and beneficial for students. Students interested in being paired with a mentor will identify themselves when they register for the meeting, and will be provided with the contact information of a professional who has volunteered to be a mentor. The student can then contact the professional with questions ranging from "What should I wear?" to "Could we meet during the Ice Breaker?" If you plan to attend the 2020 Annual Meeting and are interested in serving as a mentor to a student attendee(s), please provide your contact information and the number of students you are willing to mentor in an email to Morley Beckman, SYPSC Co-chair, at email@example.com.
Women in AEG/AWG Luncheon
Thursday, September 17 – 12:00pm-1:30pm
Young @Heart Student/Professional Special Event
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 8:00-10:00pm
This social event is a great way to start your week in Portland. Make or Mingle with your friends in environmental and engineering geology while you enjoy free appetizers (and a free drink ticket if you arrive early!) Just a short walk from the hotel, This event is an excellent opportunity to build connections with peers, mentors, senior fellows, and potential employers. We encourage students and young professionals to join the event and welcome experienced professionals who are “young at heart!” (Students Free, all others $10)
(compatible with all mobile devices and your computer)!
The AEG 63rd Annual Meeting has gone mobile using Guidebook!
We strongly encourage you to download our mobile guide to enhance your experience at AEG 63rd Annual Meeting. You'll be able to plan your day with a personalized schedule, browse exhibitors, maps and general meeting info, and connect with other meeting attendees.
In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, AEG will not be printing daily schedules at the Annual Meeting this year. All changes to the Program will be reflected on Technical Session signage and in the Guidebook mobile app.
The app is compatible with iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches and Android devices.
Directions to the Marriott Portland Waterfront
1401 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, Oregon 97201 USA
Main Phone: +1 503-226-7600
Portland International Airport (PDX)
Airport Phone: +1 877-739-4636
Hotel direction: 9 miles SW
This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
Estimated taxi fare: 45 USD (one way)
Follow Airport Way East and merge onto Interstate 205 South/Veterans Memorial Highway toward Interstate 84/Portland/Salem. Continue to exit 31B and merge onto Interstate 84 West/US-30 West. Take the Interstate 5 South exit on the left toward Beaverton/Salem/City Center and proceed to the City Center exit. Keep right and take the ramp for Morrison Street/City Center. Make a slight right onto Morrison Bridge then take the ramp for Naito Parkway/Interstate 5 South/Salem. Keep right and take the Front Avenue ramp toward Interstate 5 South/Salem. The hotel will be 1/2 mile on the right.
Electric car charging stations: 4, For a fee
Valet parking, fee: 46 USD daily
Oversized vehicles USD 75 daily-cannot park duallys, extended vehicles, vehicles with roof containers-max height 7 feet
330 Southwest Pine Street
Portland, OR 97201
Phone: +1 503-249-5727
445 SW Pine Street
Portland, OR 97204
Phone: +1 503-275-5359
Union Station (Greyhound Bus)
1.4 miles S from hotel
0.5 miles S from hotel
1.5 miles N from hotel
Climate/What to Wear
In September, days tend to be mild and partly sunny as the weather starts to cool, rain becomes more common and the leaves turn. Pack layers and a rain jacket. Old-school Portlanders tend to shun umbrellas, but they can come in handy to shield glasses and hair. For more information visit, https://www.travelportland.com/events/fall/
The Congress attire is business casual. The only event that is more formal is the Annual Banquet where formal or semi-formal attire is suggested but not mandatory.
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