Monthly Archives: October 2010

Registration Rates!

If you missed out on the World Conference Webinar this morning, you missed out on the announcement of registration rates for 2011: USD $400 Faculty/Professional Registration (AIAEE, IAALD or INFITA members USD $300 Student Registration USD $350 Spouse/Guest Registration USD $500 … Continue reading

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Namibia Pic of the Week

Did you know that the tongue of a giraffe can be as long as 45 cm and that giraffes are 6 ft tall when they are born?  Even though their necks can be 6-7 feet in length, giraffe have the … Continue reading

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World Conference Webinar-October 28th

Have questions about World Conference 2011?  Want to learn more about what to expect?  Join us for a informational webinar on Thursday, October 28th at 9:00 AM EDT. The best part-you don’t even have to leave your office or home … Continue reading

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Namiba Pic of the Week: A Pre-Conference Preview

We’re putting together more than just a conference-you’ll have at least three pre-conference and two post-confernece educational experiences to  add to your Namibia journey. This is just a glimpse of what you could see on a 4-day field trip while visiting Namibia’s … Continue reading

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Submitting your Abstracts

The poster and paper abstract deadline is quickly approaching-October 31! To submit, you’ll need to create an account on AIAEE’s Conference Fast Track system at http://www.aiaee.org/upcoming.html, existing users can log in with your user name and password.  Forgot your user name … Continue reading

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Getting to Windhoek-Travelhacking advice

In planning your trip for World Conference 2011, you’ll want to plan to fly into Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport (airport code WDH).  The airport is served by six airlines: Air Berlin, Air Namibia, British Airways (operated by Comair), South … Continue reading

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Namibia Pic of the Week

Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is sheltered by the Auas Mountains to the south and the Eros Mountains in the east. To the west of Windhoek, at an altitude of between 1500m (4921ft) and 2,000m (6562ft) are the Khomas Hochland. … Continue reading

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