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UCSB 2008 July 13-July 18, 2008: Santa Barbara, CA

Travel and Accommodations

Participants will be eligible for accommodations in campus housing at Manzanita Village for significantly lower rates than in commercial accommodations.
Full information on registration for housing will be provided upon notification of acceptance into the workshop

The workshop will be held at the UCSB campus, which is approximately 20 minutes west of downtown Santa Barbara and 5 minutes from downtown Goleta. (Campus maps & directions)

Suggested Travel Itinerary

Arrive Santa Barbara, Sunday, July 13
Depart Santa Barbara, Saturday, July 19

The Santa Barbara Municipal Airport (SBA) airport, adjacent to UCSB, is served by the following airlines:

America West Airlines 1.800.235.9292
American Airlines (American Eagle) 1.800.433.7300
Delta Connection 1.800.221.1212
Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air 1.800.547.9308
United Express 1.800.241.6522

SBA is adjacent to UCSB. For more info, see www.flysba.com.

If you are staying on-campus in Manzanita Village
(http://www.housing.ucsb.edu/conferences/web_reg/csiss-campus-housing-2008.htm), there is free shuttle service from and to the airport. Participants need only call the front desk at 805.893.6161 during regular office hours (from 7am to 1am) upon arrival at the airport.

Flying into Los Angeles International (LAX) airport: LAX is about a 2-hour drive south of Santa Barbara and is served by most major airlines and rental car companies.
Please read Construction To Widen Highway 101 on possible delay Information, if you plan to drive up to Santa Barbara after landing at LAX.

As an alternative to renting a car, the Santa Barbara Airbus can take you from LAX to either downtown Santa Barbara or Goleta. They offer discounted rates for round-trips and pre-paid trips. For schedules, fares, and pick-up/drop-off locations see the link above.

Flying into Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena (BUR) airport: On the northern edge of the greater Los Angeles area, BUR is about 2 hours from Santa Barbara and is served by many major airlines and rental car companies. Airfares are usually comparable to LAX fares.

Accommodations

For your convenience, we have reserved a block of rooms with Manzanita Village. Opened in Fall 2002, Manzanita Village provides residence-hall-style housing to UCSB students and visitors, next to the beach.

Each building has a laundry/vending room, a lounge with view terrace, and a study room. Some buildings are equipped with full kitchens. The rooms themselves have extra-long twin beds with linens provided, a closet, a desk, a built-in bookshelf, and a dresser. Internet access will be available at no extra charge. Hall bathrooms are shared among 4 rooms.

To register go to
http://www.housing.ucsb.edu/conferences/web_reg/csiss-campus-housing-2008.htm.

Should you prefer alternative lodging, we encourage you to secure it as soon as possible. It can be difficult to find affordable hotel rooms in Santa Barbara during the summer. For hotel suggestions, please see UCSB Local Lodging or Accommodations in Santa Barbara. Off campus housing will require the use of public transportation to and from campus or, if travelling by car, the additional cost of parking fees ($8/day).

Workshop Class Location/Time

Please report to the first class on Monday, July 14 at 9:00am in Ellison Hall, Room 2620.

Miscellaneous

Workshop dress: Casual attire is fine, but keep in mind the classroom and computer lab can be chilly, so you may want to bring a sweater/jacket to the classes.

Santa Barbara weather: Usually temperate during the day (high 60s to high 70s), but rather chilly in the evenings. Be sure to bring a sweater or light jacket, especially to any evening events. Current conditions and forecasts.

About Santa Barbara:
See the Official Visitor Guide to Santa Barbara.

Questions? Contact us.