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International Honor Society in Social Sciences
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Pi Gamma Mu Conventions

Pi Gamma Mu conventions

Plan to Attend the 2020 Pi Gamma Mu Triennial International Convention

Washington

Mark your calendars!  We are thrilled to announce that the 2020 Pi Gamma Mu Triennial International Convention will be held in Washington DC.  Convention events will begin on Thursday, November 12, 2020 and will continue through Saturday, November 14, 2020.  Events will include student paper presentations, a student Leadership Development Program (registration required), chapter and student poster presentations, a keynote address, a welcome reception, an awards ceremony, roundtable and panel discussions, student elections, and more! 

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Crystal City-National Airport in Arlington, VA.  The hotel is situated just 1 mile from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, 3 blocks from the Pentagon City Metro Station, and 4 miles from historic sites of Downtown Washington DC.  Complimentary shuttle service is provided between the Airport and the hotel.  The hotel provides a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast, a complimentary evening reception with drinks and light snacks, a fitness center, an indoor pool and whirlpool, and a business center. 

To reserve your room, contact the hotel and request a room in our block under the name "Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society Convention".  Space is limited.

Embassy Suites Hotel Crystal City-National Airport
1300 Jefferson Davis Highway 
Arlington, VA 22202

703-979-9799

The room rates in our block are:

Room

Single/Double Rate

Triple/Quad Rate

King Bed Suites

$159

$179

2 Double Bed Suites

$179

$199

 

On Thursday afternoon, an optional Student Leadership Development Program will be held in the hotel (registration for this program is  required).  At 5 pm convention events will begin with a Networking Event, followed by a Welcome Reception and Student Caucus Orientation.  

On Friday morning, we will take the Metro to downtown DC to enjoy convention activities including student research paper presentations in some very historic and beautiful locations.  Friday evening we will travel to Catholic University of America for an Awards Banquet and Keynote Address.  

On Saturday, Convention events will continue at the hotel including poster sessions, roundtable discussions, student balloting for Student Trustee positions, and more.  The afternoon will include optional walking tours of The Mall or attendees may choose to join the Leadership Development Program on their trip to the Marine Corps Museum or head out on their own.

The convention committee is hard at work developing a spectacular program. 


Stay tuned for details.