May 20 – 24, 2019
Pugh Hall, University of Florida
The Cultural Services of the Embassy of France in the U.S., in cooperation with the Paris International Chamber of Commerce and the France Florida Research Institute and Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the University of Florida is organizing a 5-day professional training session in French for Health at the University of Florida.
Eligibility: Ph.D. students, lecturers, associate professors and professors willing to implement a curriculum in French for international relations in their university are invited to send their application.
If you know anybody meeting the requirements that would be interested do not hesitate to share this information.
The call for application is now closed.
The conference will run from May 20 – May 24 and end at noon on May 24. The conference registration fee is $100 per person. An optional five night (May 19-24) housing package is available for purchase for an additional $297. A sixth night can also be added to this package for an additional $53. It is not possible to reserve housing for less than five nights.
About the parking options during the event, please note that summer semester will be in session and parking restrictions will be in effect. Decals and permits will be required on display for all vehicles during enforcement hours. A visitor can purchase parking through the UF Transportation and Parking Services at any time. They sell daily and weekly permits for visitors.
For your information, you need to know that there is no parking just near to Pugh Hall where the training session will take place. However as you can see here, there is a parking for visitors at the Reitz Union which is really close (7 minutes by foot) to the housing available and by 10 minutes from Pugh Hall.
To register for the Conference and/or Conference Housing , click here.
For additional information on the available housing, click here.
For information on transportation, click here.
For information on local restaurants in Gainesville near the conference location, click here.
For more information contact Martine Johnston, Deputy Cultural Attachée at the Consulate General of France in Miami.