Summer Summit for Excellence in Math & Science
Indiana University - Purdue University at Fort Wayne
9:30 AM  - 4:00 PM, July 14, 2014
Fort Wayne is in the Eastern Time Zone.

Click here for the latest Agenda

Location:
Kettler Hall
Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne
2101 E. Coliseum Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499
Directions to campus: Driving Directions
  Campus Maps and more
IPFW Website
 
Due to construction,
please enter the campus
near the bridge with the equilateral triangle.

Click on the image on the right
to enlarge.

Click HERE for printable campus directions.

Where to park: Park for free in the white-lined spaces (green lines are for paid Purdue "A" permit only).
Lots P6, P10, and P11, and parking garage P1  have open parking.
Lot P9 is all permit-only but there are marked permit spaces in this lot (and all others) for anyone with disabilities.
Directions to the sessions: The registration/welcome table will be outside Room 216 in Kettler Hall (#15 on this campus map: PDF )
  Sessions will be held in Kettler Room 216, 218, and 220.
Agenda: The latest agenda is HERE.
Cost: $15 includes lunch
What to bring: If attending TI-NSpire sessions, please bring your own laptop loaded with the latest TI-NspireTM Teacher software.
You can get a 30 day free trial at http://education.ti.com/en/us/nspire-family/try-nspire
How to register: Registration is required by July 5, 2014 on Everbrite at http://tisummersummit.eventbrite.com
Promo: BRING A FRIEND - If you are math teacher bring along a science colleagues (registration required) and receive a free gift at the Summit. Or vice versa if you are a science teacher bring a math colleague.
Email mgrooms@ti.com subject “bring a friend” to confirm promo prior to the Summit.
Visiting Fort Wayne: If you are traveling from outside the area, consider bringing the family so they can enjoy Fort Wayne.
Go to visitfortwayne.com to make the most out of your visit. For an extended stay, see Hotel Packages.
Because of the Three River's Festival, hotels often book quickly.
 
The Three River's Festival (July 11 - July 19) is Indiana's second largest festival and fun for the entire family.
321 Photo by Kim Hartman for I Du Creative GroupWEB

Where:    

Headwaters Park  and various locations around Fort Wayne
(Get directions)

Learn More

Visit the Three Rivers Festival website.

Trace your family roots
at the Genealogy Center, the nation’s second largest genealogy department.
   
900 Library Plaza
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Phone: (260) 421-1200

Learn More

Call for library hours which vary according to the season. 
Take a Video Tour


The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo is listed by Parents Magazine in their Ten Best Zoos for Kids.
3411 Sherman Boulevard
Fort Wayne, IN 46808
Phone: (260) 427-6800

Learn More

Visit the zoo's website.
       
See additional attractions, shopping, museums and galleries, and more.
   
If questions, contact: Michelle Grooms, mgrooms@ti.com, m.614-306-1455 | o. 614-389-6743
  John LaMaster, lamaster@ipfw.edu, o. 260-481-5430
   

URL: http://tinyurl.com/tisummit2014