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Course Location

The short courses are held on the campus of North Dakota State University in Fargo.

Travel to NDSU

Hector International Airport (FAR) is adjacent to the NDSU campus and is served by Delta Airlines via Minneapolis or Salt Lake City, United Airlines via their hubs in Chicago or Denver, Frontier via Denver, American Eagle via Chicago and Dallas and Allegiant Airlines via Las Vegas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, or Orlando. Transportation will be provided from the airport to the Hotel and to the airport at the conclusion of the course.

Accommodations

Lodging for the short course will be at the Radisson Hotel. The luxurious 18 story Radisson Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Fargo with a skyway system conveniently connecting the hotel to a variety of restaurants and entertainment, shops and financial institutions.  Hector International Airport is 4.5 miles from the hotel. The newly renovated guest rooms include features such as Select Comfort Sleep # beds with down comforters, high speed internet access, coffeemakers, remote control color cable TV, free HBO, irons and ironing boards and many more amenities.  The Radisson Hotel also offers complimentary transportation to and from the airport.  The Health Spa includes an Aqua Swim Lap Pool, whirlpools, saunas and exercise equipment.  Please visit the Radisson Hotel’s website for more information (www.radisson.com/fargond).

The Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials will provide transportation between the Radisson and the NDSU campus during the Short Course. The department has reserved a block of rooms at the Radisson. To reserve your room, please call the Radisson directly at 1.800.967.9033. 

Etcetera

Clothing for the course is casual. We can never predict what our weather will be, as it sometimes changes from hour-to-hour. You can probably expect daytime temperatures around 70°- 80° F. There may be rain, but usually no snow! Evenings are usually cool, a light jacket or sweater is suggested. A tour of our laboratories in the Research & Technology Park, a "graduation" and more is included.


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Last Updated: Wednesday, December 26, 2012 3:58:50 PM