The 8th Biennial Wang Center Symposium, "Migration: Towards an Interdisciplinary and Cross-Cultural Understanding of Mobility is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. However, for planning purposes, we strongly encourage all attendees to register online. Registration prior to March 1st will guarantee you a pre-arrival email including updates and information on parking and a welcome packet.
Please note that there have been no midday meal breaks scheduled during the symposium program. We encourage attendees to plan accordingly. Food is available on campus or at Garfield Street businesses and may be consumed while attending the daytime sessions. You are also welcome to bring your own food and snack items to the symposium.
MAP YOUR OWN MIGRATION STORY
For the event, our University Design team will create a graphic using information about attendees migration paths. If you would like to participate, please include your own information below.
For each question, answer with where your ancestors came from. You can leave blank any that you're not sure about.
Look for the map display in the University Center on March 8th and 9th!