Click here for tips about arranging childcare during the Summit.
- 1:00 pm – member meeting
- 4:00 pm – opening reception / plenary
- Morning: breakfast and morning workshops
- Afternoon: mobile workshops (included in registration – more details coming soon)
- Evening: live performances and networking social
- Morning: breakfast, workshops, and closing plenary
- Lunch: boxed lunches to go
- Attendees required to be vaccinated. Washington University screening tool must be completed in advance. Masks required in meeting rooms.
- Casual / Business Casual
Events (Social) and Networking Opportunities
- Welcome Reception on Tuesday, February 21
- Evening Social with Poetry and Storytelling Performances on Wednesday, February 22
- Networking Breakfasts on Wednesday, February 22 and Thursday, February 23
Small conference rooms are available for scheduling small meetings during the Summit
The original on-site block of rooms has sold out.
An additional block of rooms has been secured at The Cheshire, located just two miles from the Knight Center, location of the Summit. Click Here to view details about the hotel; Click Here to make a room reservation. Guests staying at The Cheshire will coordinate their own transportation to and from the Knight Center. Parking is available at The Knight Center; Click Here for parking details and rates.
- Tuesday, February 21 – Welcome Reception with Open Bar and Light Food
- Wednesday, February 22 – Breakfast, Morning Break, Boxed Lunch
- Thursday, February 23 – Breakfast and Morning Break
Click here for the completed form from Washington University. Government employees can be invoiced from Washington University in lieu of paying through the conference app. Please contact Kevin Hahn for more details.
- The Knight Center has a private room that nursing moms can use; this room is also equipped for pumping. This room is open 24 hours a day. If you need to use this room, please get a key from the Knight Center’s front desk to use this lockable one room.
- Click Here to view details for parking at the Knight Center.
- There are 2 Metrolink stops that support the Washington University – Danforth Campus: University City-Big Bend Station and Skinker Station. The University City-Big Bend station is the closest Metro stop to the Knight Center. Click Here got more information about Metro, including viewing a schedule as well as purchasing tickets online.
Onsite Registration will in the Frick Forum, located in the Knight Center, during the following times:
- Tuesday, February 21 – 2:30pm – 5:00pm
- Wednesday, February 22 – 8:00am – 1:00pm
- Thursday, February 23 – 8:00am-12:00pm