- Who will benefit most from NASSLLI?
NASSLLI courses are aimed at graduate students and advanced
undergraduates in wide variety of fields. The instructors know
that people will be attending from a wide range of disciplines,
and they all are pleased to be associated with an interdisciplinary
school. The courses will also appeal to post-docs and researchers
in all of the relevant fields.
How many people will attend NASSLLI?
This will be the second running of NASSLLI. The first year saw
150 students, we hope to have some more.
What will the format of NASSLLI be (lectures, paper presentations, etc.)?
There will be 11 courses and one workshop that will last 5 days, with a 90
minutes lecture every day for each course. There will also be a daily
Session where Graduate Students will present their work.
In the evenings, we will have social events and plenary lectures.
Where should I fly to?
You should fly to Indianapolis Airport.
Please DO NOT fly to Bloomington, Illinois!
What are the fees for attending NASSLLI?
Please see our registration page.
What will the accomodations be?
You have several options on accomodations. We have arranged
dormitory space in a renovated, air conditioned building.
It has single rooms with bathrooms shared between two rooms.
The cost will be $37 person/night + 11% tax. You will need
to reserve a place by writing to us, and you also will need
to pay for this while here. These rooms are about 15 minutes
away by foot from the classes.
There are other options as well. The Indiana Memorial Union
has a regular hotel, and it is closer to the classes.
Bloomington has bed-and-breakfast options. The least expensive
way would be to have two or more people share a hotel room several
miles from campus.
Are there any grants available?
NASSLLI has recently received some funds that we'd like
to use to support student attendance.
If you are interested, please send us a letter saying
that you are planning to attend NASSLLI, what your field
of study is, how far along you are, and how much of
the expenses for NASSLLI you are paying yourself. Please
also ask your adivsor, or a faculty person who knows you
well, to also send us a short note. We expect to have a
reasonable number of $100 registration reductions available.
If you already registered for NASSLLI, you still can apply
for the reduction.
Please send all correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Association for Symbolic Logic has also
generously offered to help some students who are ASL members
attend NASSLLI. Please check with the ASL
on how to apply for this funding.
- How do I walk from the university to the reception?
The reception will be held at Woodburn House, 519 N. College Ave.
This is about 1 mile from the part of campus where the sessions will be held.
To walk from Rawles Hall (where the coffee room is located),
go out the back door and look towards the wooded section of campus.
You will see several diagonal roads across the woods,
and the one you want is the northwest one, the one that makes a
45 degree angle with the edges of the woods.
Taking this will lead you to the corner of Indiana and Kirkwood Streets.
Take Kirkwood St west for several blocks, until you arrive at Walnut St.
You'll see a big courthouse square there.
Turn right up Walnut St. until you get to Ninth St.
At this point, you'll want to make a left turn and go one short block to the
parallel main street, College Ave. Woodburn House is 1/2 a block north,
on the west side of the street.
It is across from the Waffle House parking lot. Due to some
construction, you might want to delay crossing College Ave. as long as possible.
- How do I get to Bloomington?
Please refer the "Getting to Bloomington
What is happening on Monday?
NASSLLI begins on Tuesday with classes at 9:00 AM.
On Monday night, some of us will be gathering informally
at Bears' Place (3rd and Jordan) at 8:30 PM. In addition,
we will be stopping by Willkie Hall throughout the day to
give people their registration packets. Some packets have
also been left off at the desk, and also at the Indiana