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See you in Washington, D.C.!

We're excited to see you in Washington, D.C.! This year's conference will be held at The School of International Service at American University in Washington, D.C.The conference takes place from Friday, October 13th through Saturday, October 14th, 2017.

Conference Location
The School of International Service
American University
3400 Nebraska Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20016 (Map It)

ISSS-ISAC 2017 Program and Events

The Program Chairs have worked hard this summer to put together a great program. We also have several events that you're welcome to attend!

Getting Around at the Conference

Metro: The Metro stop nearest to campus is the AU/Tenleytown stop.
To get to the University from the hotel via the Metro: Exit hotel from the lobby/main entrance and make a right onto Wisconsin Avenue. Walk four blocks and you will reach one of the entrances to the Metro (Redline, Friendship Heights Metro Station) on the same side of the street. Board the Redline train towards Glenmont or Silver Spring, and exit at Tenleytown Metro Station (approximately 1 stop).

Bus: Exit the hotel from the lobby/main entrance and make a right onto Wisconsin Avenue. Walk four blocks and the Friendship Heights Bus Service station is across the street, on your left hand side. Board the N2 bus towards Farragut Square at Bus Bay B, and exit at New Mexico Avenue NW and Nebraska Avenue NW.

Shuttle: There is a shuttle that travels from American University to the conference hotel. Click here for information about the shuttle.

2017 Program Team

James M. Goldgeier | American University
ISSS Program Chair

Chris C. Demchak | US Naval War College
ISAC Chair

Maria Rost Rublee  | Monash University
ISSS Section Chair

The International Studies Association

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