Registration

Registration

Registration

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Registration Rates (USD)

$350 – Early Bird Registration (Closed as of August 5, 2019)
$400 – Regular Registration (available through October 5, 2019)
$250 – Student Registration (available through October 5, 2019)

In the registration system, if an attendee chooses the submit button for their registration, they will be sent an invoice which they can pay when funding becomes available, or use to procure a Purchase Order.

Symposium registration includes:

  • Participation in all five days of the symposium
  • Opening reception at The Westin with entertainment, cash bar and heavy hors d’oeuvres
  • Late afternoon poster sessions and happy hour with cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres
  • Refreshments during the symposium – continental breakfast, lunch, coffee break, dessert break

For questions or assistance with your registration, email registration@gulfofmaine2050.org or call 207-780-5960.

Refund policy: refunds minus 25% admin fee are available only through September 15, 2019.

Special Activity Rates

$35 – Special screening of documentary, LOBSTER WAR at the Portland Museum of Art
$35 – Reception at Gulf of Maine Research Institute

Discount Accommodation Rates

$109 per night special conference rates for Gulf of Maine 2050 participants are available at The Westin Portland Harborview. Go to Accommodations page for hotel details and instructions for making reservations.

Many Voices Scholarships

Scholarship Application

We are committed to including a rich diversity of perspectives at the Symposium. The Steering Committee is currently reviewing a large slate of applications and will be communicating with recipients by late September. We still have a limited number of scholarship opportunities available which will provide registration and lodging support as needed, including:

  • Policy / Advocacy (1-3 spots): The Union of Concerned Scientists is inviting applications from individuals who can illustrate how they have advocated on behalf of climate action with their elected officials or how they plan to use science to inform policy decisions. Please mention the Union of Concerned Scientists within your application under the section “Tell us why you are interested in attending the Symposium”.
  • Tribal / First Nations (1-3 spots): The Union of Concerned Scientists is inviting members of tribes and First Nations to apply. Please mention the Union of Concerned Scientists within your application under the section “Tell us why you are interested in attending the Symposium”.
  • Minority Groups (5-7 spots): The David Rockefeller Foundation is providing support for individuals who self-identify as other than white and can articulate financial need. This includes people of color (broadly defined), members of tribal / First Nations, Latinos, Hispanics, Asian-Americans, individuals of Middle Eastern descent, and other minority groups.
  • Deadline for submitting scholarship applications: extended to September 20, 2019.

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