The conference will be located at:
Southern Management Corporation Campus Center
621 W. Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
You can find a full list of the Baltimore area hotels by clicking here. Be sure to note that many of the hotels offer a discounted rate for University of Maryland guests.
Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland with a population over 775,000, is situated in the northern part of the state on the Patapsco River estuary, an arm of Chesapeake Bay. Major attractions in the city include the National Aquarium, Camden Yards, Edgar Allen Poe Museum, the Maryland Science Center, the Babe Ruth Museum, and the Fort McHenry National Monument.
Average temperatures in the fall are a mild 50 to 60 oF, but can drop to around 30 oF at night.
Most visitors to Baltimore choose to tour the city in a car, although parking downtown can be rather expensive. As an alternative, you can utilize the city’s light rail system or hail one of the many taxis scattered throughout the city.
Train service from Baltimore Washington International airport and Dulles International airport is available via the MARC train system. For more information, visit the Maryland Transit Administration website or CommuterPage.com.