THREAD at Yale will take place June 9-12, 2019 on the Yale University campus in New Haven, Connecticut.
Continuing Education Units are not issued for THREAD at this time but each participant will receive a certificate of completion on the last day of sessions.
Yes, all participants will have access to free Wi-Fi while on the Yale campus. No password is required.
No. Recording during sessions is not permitted.
If traveling by plane, Bradley International Airport (BDL) is approximately 45 minutes from New Haven and is served by nine major carriers to 29 non-stop destinations and connections. The city of New Haven is also accessible from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), and LaGuardia Airport (LGA). Tweed New Haven (HVN) is the airport nearest to New Haven, but offers limited service.
In all cases, travel by car or train from the airport to New Haven is necessary. For detailed information on air and train travel, please visit the “Visit New Haven” web site.
It is recommended that you arrange transportation from the airport through Hy’s Limousine or GO Shuttle. It is not recommended that you take a taxi to New Haven from the airport, as it would be very expensive.
If traveling by train via Amtrak or Metro-North, select New Haven Union Station as your final destination. Taxis are readily available at the train station.
All THREAD-related sessions and activities will be walking distance from on-campus housing. You will be responsible for your own transportation should you choose to book housing elsewhere. The Yale University shuttle is available to all participants and is free-of-charge.
Parking is available at the Pierson Sage garage ($8 per day or $31 per week). You will be responsible for this expense.
If you are an international participant and need to apply for a VISA, please email us at email@example.com to receive an official THREAD invitation letter for your VISA application.
Each participant who requests housing will be assigned a private room in a Yale residential college. Each suite contains multiple single bedrooms, a shared common area with a living room and one bathroom on each floor. Please be sure to bring your own toiletries as these items will not be supplied by the housing office. We suggest bringing an extra blanket as well. Participants who request housing will also receive a dining card for daily breakfast at the residential college.
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