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HCIC 2004 Winter Workshop > Student Information

     


Each year, HCIC will sponsor two invited students for the Winter Workshop from each HCIC member university that pays full dues. Invited students' expenses are paid by HCIC.

Covered Expenses

Airfare or other transportation, ground transportation from Denver (DIA) to Snow Mt. Ranch, room, meals, and registration fees at the conference will be covered. Students are responsible for any transportation to the airport in their home state, meals in transit, and dinner on Friday night which is not part of the conference.

Transportation

Unless you inform us that you are making alternative methods of transportation, we will book you a reservation on the Home James Travel Service and charge it directly to HCIC. Go to Home James Desk at Denver International Airport (near the top of the stairs when you exit from the airport train). Inform them that you are traveling to the HCIC conference and give them your name. They will give you a ticket and tell you where to board the shuttle. Departures are at approximately 90-minute intervals from 9 am to 10 pm. For more information see the Home James web site.

If you wish to use alternative transportation (e.g, rental car), you will be reimbursed up to the cost of transportation on the Home James service ($92). If students share a rental car, the reimbursement for each is applied (for example, two students will be reimbursed up to $184). Please let Jean Bowen (jbowen@psych.colorado.edu) know if you plan to use alternative transportation.

Receipts and Reimbursements

Students will need to submit receipts for transportation and an other expenses, even if the expenses are paid directly from HCIC, including:

  • Airline boarding pass and receipt
  • Home James Shuttle receipt
  • Rental car receipts
  • Mileage claim (if driving to HCIC)

There will be individual envelopes given out at the Workshop. Anyone who had Sally Matthews book their travel and took Home James can simply:

  1. Sign the enclosed travel authorization
  2. Add the Home James receipt and incoming boarding pass to the envelope
  3. Turn in the envelope to Martha at the conference

Those booking their own transportation (either car or plane) will need to add additional receipts when they return and send the already addressed envelope back with all receipts together.

Housing

Invited students share rooms (two people per room) at HCIC. If you have a roommate preference, you may specify it when registering. If you do not specify a roommate, you will be assigned one.

Family and Guests

If you wish to bring your family or other guests, you will be credited half the price of a room since students will be assigned two to a room. Contact Martha Polson (mcpolson@psych.colorado.edu) directly if you wish to bring a guest to determine the charges and the best payment method. Payment for guests will not be done on the registration web page.

Boasters

Students are not allowed to present Papers at the HCIC Winter Workshop. Students are encouraged to submit boasters (see the call for participation for more information).

A Few Words from "Mother Martha"

I know none of you would even think of skipping talk sessions, but just in case, I will be explicit about expectations for behavior: Invited students are expected to attend all talk sessions and group dinners. There is a long lunch break for cross country skiing and other activities each day and Friday afternoon is free for skiing. Skipping sessions so that you can have a full day on the slopes is not considered good behavior and is duly noted.