Annual Meetings

The Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program will be hosting the 2016 NCoGS annual meeting October 13-15.  

 


NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF GOVERNOR'S SCHOOLS
General Meeting
October 13 - 15, 201
SLouisville, Kentucky



Registration Fees and Membership Dues:

 

 

On or before 
After 

$175 (plus dues)
 $185 (plus dues)

 


 

REGISTRATION INCLUDES

Thursday, October 13

 


Friday, October 14
Saturday, October 15

 


 

ROOM RESERVATIONS

 

 

 

The conference hotel is: Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Airport
The address is: 2731 US 2735 Crittenden Drive Louisville, Kentucky 40209
The phone number is: 
To get the discounted rate at the hotel for the conference, please register here.
Please note that the rooms will be held until 
The rate is $.00 per person plus taxes. Breakfast is included in the price.
The hotel web site is: The Hiltion Garden Inn.

 
TRANSPORTATION

 

 

 
A Complementary shuttle is available from the airport the pgone numebr is:
 
 
    A list of the airlines served by the Louisville Airport can be found here.
    Information about car rental available at (or near) the Louisville Airport can be found here.




 

 

 

TO MAKE RESERVATIONS

If you wish to pay with a check:

Print a copy of our reservation form by clicking, here and mail it to us along with your check to:





To pay with a debit or credit card, please choose the appropriate icon below:
 

 

 

 

 

The Alabama Governor's School and Samford University are hosting the 2015 NCoGS annual meeting October 8-10.  Besides having dinner with the University President and First Lady at their lovely home, we will have dynamic presentations and a visit tothe Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.  George Keller, our host, promises that we will also have access to some of the best barbecue in the whole country. 


NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF GOVERNOR'S SCHOOLS
General Meeting
October 8 - 10, 2015
Samford University
Birmingham, Alabama


Registration Fees and Membership Dues:

 

 

On or before September 25, 2015:
After September 25, 2015:

$175 (plus dues)
 $185 (plus dues)



REGISTRATION INCLUDES

Thursday, October 8

 

Opening reception at Hampton Inn
Dinner at the Fish Market.

 
 

 

Friday, October 9

  

Lunch at Samford University
Dinner at President and Mrs. Andy Westmoreland’s home

 

 

Saturday, October 10

 

Lunch at hotel catered by Full Moon Barbecue.
Tour of Birmingham Civil Rights Institute .**
**Note: requires at least 25 people for discounted rate
 


ROOM RESERVATIONS

 

 

 

The conference hotel is: The Hampton Inn Birmingham/Mountain Brook
The address is: 2731 US Highway 280 South Birmingham, AL 35223
The phone number is: 205-870-7822

To get the discounted rate at the hotel for the conference, please register here.
Please note that the rooms will be held until September 25.
The rate is $99.00 per person plus taxes. Breakfast is included in the price.
The hotel web site is: The Hampton Inn.

 
TRANSPORTATION

 

 

 
A list of the airlines served by the Birmingham Airport can be found here.
Information about car rental available at (or near) the Birmingham Airport can be found here.
Taxi/shuttle service is available to both hotels for about $25 one way.



 

 

 

TO MAKE RESERVATIONS

If you wish to pay with a check:

Print a copy of our reservation form by clicking, here and mail it to us along with your check to:


Dr. George Keller
Alabama Governor's School
Samford University
800 Lakeshore Drive
Birmingham, AL 35229-3742



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The University of Pittsburgh Health Care Scholars Academy and Karen Narkevic hosted an outstanding conference October 8-10, 2015.  You can see several photographs on the NCoGS Facebook page. 

 

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