Register And Stay
Registration is now open for Engagaing Islands: 2018 RETI Symposium in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, November 23 - 28, 2018.
In order to register please follow this link.
Are you a RETI member university president or someone registering a RETI member university president? Please contact Bojan Fürst at email@example.com prior to filling out the registration form.
The registration fees are as follows:
Early bird registration (prior to September 14, 2018)
- $175 for students
- $250 for faculty
The registration fees after September 14 are:
- $225 for students
- $300 for faculty
Your registration includes:
- RETI Symposium & Island School (includes 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, all nutrition breaks)
- Day 1 Opening Reception (hosted by the Marine Institute, tours provided, NL cuisine h'ors d'oeuvres provided, cash bar)
- Day 2 Evening Reception (hosted by the President of Memorial University, hors d'oeuvres provided, cash bar)
- Day 4 Coastal Excursion (bus transportation, tours, special event, lunch provided)
We have a set of rooms reserved at a discount at the ALT hotel downtown St. John's. You can visit the hotel page directly and book your room using the conference code: 1811MUN. The discount is available until October 21, 2018, After that date, you will be paying full cost of the room.
About St. John's
St. John’s is a special place. We’re the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the province’s largest city, but despite that, this city has a distinctly welcoming feeling.
You’ll want to dress for the weather, which can change. A day in October can be sunny and warm, then windy and cool, then a bit rainy, and then warm again, all within a few hours. We recommend lots of layers, including a waterproof jacket and sturdy footwear for exploring Signal Hill.
That said, there are plenty of places to dress up too (we don’t wear rubber boots all the time!). St. John’s has a reputation as a musical city and is also becoming more and more well known for our restaurants. We recommend that you book well in advance at some of the hot spots (including place like Raymonds and Mallard Cottage.) In most situations though, you should also be able to find a welcoming and tasty spot to eat just walking in off the street.