The Philadelphia Area SAS Users Group Spring Meeting will held be on Wednesday, June 16, 1999 at 1:00 PM and will be hosted by The Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science at their campus in the East Falls section of Philadelphia, School House Lane & Henry Avenue. are available, check for directions to Downs Hall on campus; from School House Lane turn left into the campus at Downs Hall. Parking is adjacent to Downs Hall.
The PhilaSUG Executive Committee wishes to thank Dr. Judy McKee, Dean of the Graduate School and Continuing Education at PCTS for arranging this meeting space. We also thank Lisa Marinari and Angel Smedley of PCTS for their help in this event. Finally, we acknowledge the efforts of two PhilaSUG EC members: Jerry Kagan (meeting program) and Ellen Brookstein (host arrangements).
Registration will begin at 12:30 PM and the meeting will commence at 1 PM. Please try to arrive early to register, as this will allow the meeting to begin promptly.
This is the second meeting of 1999. Those who have already paid dues need only show their membership card; all others must register and pay dues. Dues for the year are $20. There are no other fees for attending PhilaSUG meetings. We will accept cash, but a check is preferred. If you are a student and present a current matriculation card fees will be wavered. Registration can be made easier if you attach a business card to a check or $20 bill as there is less writing to do and it is more legible.
Faculty members and students of Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science, our host for this meeting, are admitted for no charge but we do request that they register for mailing list purposes.
Please do not preregister, this creates unnecessary paper work. Receipts will be available at registration time.
We will have a drawing for door prizes. Be sure to put a business card or similar size piece of paper with your name in the box that will be at the registration desk.
Founded in 1884 in the wake of the Centennial Exposition, today Philadelphia College is a diverse and growing private college with more than 30 undergraduate programs and 12 graduate degrees. The College offers career-oriented education that blends liberal and professional studies in a way that enables our students to grow as individuals and as highly skilled designers, business leaders, architects, health care professionals and scientists. Philadelphia College is a dynamic institution focused on providing students with an education that is not only appropriate to the challenges of today, but in tune with the needs of tomorrow.
Last Update: 7:27PM 5/16/99