Subject: WORKSHOP: Broadening the Reach CI May 6-7 @ U Utah
From: Henry Neeman 
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2014 21:35:07 -0500 (CDT)
OSCER users,

Forwarding from Giselle Trent ( and
Steve Wolff (

Please reply directly to them, and please feel free to
forward to anyone who may be interested and appropriate.



2nd Broadening the Reach Workshop
Tue May 6 - Wed May 7 2014
University of Utah, Salt Lake City
Contact: Giselle Trent (,
Steve Wolff (


Registration is now open for the 2nd Broadening the Reach Workshop
taking place on Tuesday, May 6th and Wednesday, May 7th at the
University Guest House and Conference Center on the University of
Utah's campus in Salt Lake City:

University Guest House and Conference Center
110 S Fort Douglas Blvd
Salt Lake City, UT 84113

Please note that this workshop is aimed at campus IT professionals
who are responsible for the planning, design and implementation of
the campus IT infrastructure in support of research and teaching
activities, as well as at those on campus familiar with the
research and teaching activities and priorities.

Each organization may send up to two attendees to the workshop.

All meeting information including REGISTRATION can be found here:

A hotel room bock has been secured for Monday night (May 5) and
Tuesday night (May 6) at the University Guest House:

The name of the room block is 2nd Broadening the Reach Workshop
and the room rate is $99.00 per night.

To make a reservation, please call 801-587-1000 or 888-416-4075
or to book online follow this link:

Group ID: 4510
Group Password: 37000589

You will still be required to call in with a credit card to
guarantee your reservation.

Breakfast and lunch will be provided for both days.

A link to the 2nd Broadening the Reach Workshop website and a
draft agenda will be sent out soon.

If you have any questions on the logistics, please send email to
Giselle Trent (

Questions regarding the agenda should be sent to Steve Wolff

Thank you!

Broadening the Reach:

A Cyberinfrastructure Program for Non-Research-Intensive and
EPSCoR Institutions is an NSF funded Internet2 project aimed at
supporting the enhancement of campus network infrastructure and
external connectivity of small colleges and universities,
including but not limited to those in EPSCoR states, having
notable research projects, even though the institution may not
be primarily research-focused.

The program will offer two forms of support: workshops focused
on campus infrastructures and external connectivity to support
research and teaching, and campus visits by consulting
specialists to assist with technical implementation.