Schiciano Auditorium is located in the west wing of the Fitzpatrick Center (also known as CIEMAS), opposite of Twinnies Cafe.  The Fitzpatrick Center is located in the Engineering Quad of Duke University’s West Campus.

Fitzpatrick Center
101 Science Drive, Durham, NC 27708

A map locating the Fitzpatrick Center on the Duke campus is provided below.  Please click on the image to enlarge it.  Additionally, click here for a more detailed version of the map.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide you with free parking for the symposium—if you choose to drive, parking is your own responsibility.  However, there are a variety of affordable parking options at Duke.  The Bryan Center Garage (aka Parking Garage IV) is open from 9am to 6pm on Saturdays, at a cost of $2 per hour, and it has the benefit of being only a short walk away from Fitzpatrick Building/CIEMAS (where the conference is held).  You can also see the lot on the map above.  There are a multitude of other visitor parking lots at Duke, and more info on them can be found on the Duke Parking website:  You are not limited to the visitor lots, however; if you do find free parking of some sort, you are welcome to park there.

Robertson Bus
UNC students: we have been notified by the Robertson Program that the Robertson buses will be running on the morning of the symposium, and you are free to use it to get to Duke.  However, please be aware that the buses are not affiliated with the symposium, and we are not responsible if the buses are not running on schedule, are unavailable, etc.  Additionally, as it will be selection weekend on the day of the symposium, we cannot guarantee that there will be spots available if you choose to take the bus.


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