St Anne’s College
The conference will take place at St Anne’s College. Since its founding in 1872, this has stood out as an institution that is down to earth, modern, informal, and open to the world. Well known for its relaxed, friendly atmosphere, alongside a determined sense of academic purpose and ambition, the College is also situated within five acres of leafy grounds, and its facilities, accommodation, food, and service are renowned throughout Oxford.
St Anne’s College
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Site Map and Conference Rooms
With the exception of evening meals and Thursday’s buffet lunch (which will take place in the Dining Hall), all conference components will take place in the light and airy Ruth Deech Building (pictured above), an outstanding example of modern architecture which opened in 2005. Registration, refreshments, and buffet lunches on Tuesday and Wednesday will take place in the Foyer, parallel sessions will take place in Seminar Rooms 7 and 8, while plenary sessions and keynotes will take place in the Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre. The building also contains the Porter’s Lodge, as well as the majority of ensuite accommodation. All presentation rooms are equipped with PCs and data projectors and are wireless enabled; the code and further instructions will be released to participants via e-mail closer to the event.
Speakers and delegates are politely requested to note and abide by the following rules:
- Like all public buildings the College operates a ‘no smoking indoors’ policy and asks that everyone smokes only at one of fourteen designated points shown in red on the site plan above.
- There is a no cycling policy within the College for Health and Safety reasons.
- All bicycles should be parked in the area adjacent to the Banbury Road.
- You should try to remain quiet between the hours of midnight and 8am.
- All persons should gather at one of the two Fire Assembly Points indicated on the site plan above in the event of a fire alarm.
- All persons should follow the instructions of Lodge Porters in the event of a fire or emergency.
- You should contact the Lodge in the first instance on the number above if you have an emergency or see something suspicious.
- You should lock your bedroom door at all times.
- You should not divulge entry door codes to anyone you do not know.
- The College requests that you vacate your room by 10am on your last day in College. Secure storage for luggage is available at the Lodge.