Symposium Lodging & Travel

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Mini-Symposium, CSU East Bay (Concord), July 18

Meeting Facility: 4700 Ygnacio Valley Rd, Concord, CA 94521

We have permission to use the Faculty Parking Lot for free parking (Student lot is $10/day). See map below:

Map of the CSU East Bay Concord Campus with parking area

Directions to the Concord campus from various Bay Area locations follow.

From the Oakland and Berkeley areas

Take Highway 24 east to the 680/24 interchange in Walnut Creek. Take the Ygnacio Valley Rd. exit. Turn right onto Ygnacio Valley Rd. and continue approximately 6 miles to the intersection of Ayers and Campus Drive. Turn right onto Campus Drive.

From Hayward, Pleasanton, Dublin and Danville Areas

Take Highway 680 north, staying in the third lane at the 680/24 interchange in Walnut Creek. Bear left towards Sacramento, and exit at the first exit, Ygnacio Valley Road. Turn right onto Ygnacio Valley Road and continue approximately 6 miles to the intersection of Ayers and Campus Drive. Turn right onto Campus Drive.

From Martinez, Benicia and Solano Areas

Take Highway 680 south into the Walnut Creek area. Exit at Treat Boulevard. Stay in the left lane and turn left onto North Main, then left at Treat Boulevard. Continue on Treat Boulevard to Cowell Road (approximately 4 miles). Turn right at Cowell Road. Turn left at Ygnacio Valley Road and right at Campus Drive.

From the Antioch and Pittsburg Areas

Take the Railroad Avenue exit off Highway 4, proceed over Kirker Pass, the name changes to Ygnacio Valley Road. Turn left at Campus Drive.

From the Hercules and Richmond Area

Take Highway 4 east to the Highway 242 exit. Merge onto Highway 242 and proceed to the Concord Avenue exit. Turn left onto Concord Avenue (name soon changes to Galindo) and proceed to Cowell Road. Turn left on Cowell Road and proceed to Ygnacio Valley Road. Turn left and proceed to Campus Drive. Turn right into the campus entrance.

Public Transit

The closest public transit stop is the Concord BART station. You can use a ride-share app to get from the BART station to the campus.

Safety Guidelines

Per CSU East Bay guidelines, a face covering or mask is strongly recommended indoors. Physical distancing is also recommended. We request that participants be as fully vaccinated as their health status allows. We will be responsive to any changes in county guidelines.

Help us great a welcoming space

We want to welcome everyone to the Symposium. We strive to create an environment that is welcoming, safe, collaborative, supportive, and productive for all attendees.

You can help by coming “fragrance-free” to the Symposium. Avoid using laundry detergent and softeners, shampoo, soap, cologne, perfume, aftershave, deodorant, lotions, and essential oils that are scented. Some people are harmed by a variety of common chemicals and fragrances. Due to allergies, asthma or other chemical sensitivities they may have difficulty breathing, get migraine headaches, experience flu-like symptoms, and more. 

The CSU East Bay Concord campus has both single-stall restrooms, and multi-stall, single-sex restrooms. Please remember that everyone has the right to use the restroom in accordance with their gender identity.

Statement of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion:

Cal-IPC is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. We are promoting a Symposium environment that is welcoming, safe, collaborative, supportive, and productive for all attendees. We value our diverse perspectives, expertise, opinions, backgrounds, and life experiences, and understand that this collective diversity is essential to meeting our mission and to this event. It is expected that we all uphold this commitment by practicing the following:

  • Treat everyone with respect and consideration (including using pronouns if indicated on nametag). Communicate openly and thoughtfully and be considerate and curious of multiple views and opinions that may differ from our own.
  • Acknowledge our intentions. Take responsibility and address the impact of our words and actions.
  • Be mindful of our fellow participants. Alert Cal-IPC staff if we notice a potentially troubling or dangerous situation, someone in distress, or unacceptable behavior.

Online, November 1-3

We are once again gathering online using the Whova App. If you attended either of the online gatherings in 2020 or 2021, you will be able to use the same login to access this year’s content (with registration to the 2022 Cal-IPC Symposium Online). Links to the Whova platform and online program will be updated once they are available.

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