More information on the AAPM Students and Trainees Night Out, as well as other Student and Trainee events.
Monday, July 31 • 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Hyatt Regency, Centennial Ballroom, Level 3
followed by a Reception, 8:00pm - 9:00pm
$16; please note that this ticket is included in some registration categories.
The American Association of Physicists in Medicine will honor AAPM award winners during a ceremony followed by a wine and cheese reception. Please remember your tickets.
Tuesday, August 1 • 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Women Physicists Luncheon
Room 711, Street Level, Convention Center
$25 for all registration categories except Students/Residents, who pay $15
Deadline to register is July 5. There is no on-site registration for this event.
The AAPM Women Professionals Subcommittee (WPSC) invites you to a unique networking event designed to provide women physicists an opportunity to interact with each other and women leaders from clinical, academic, and industry settings. It is also an opportunity to network, discuss issues pertaining to women's professional development, and for you to share your ideas on how the WPSC can best serve your needs.
Lunch tickets will be offered as an option when you register for the meeting.
Tuesday, August 1 • 6:30pm - 10:00pm
100 W. 14th Avenue Pkwy, Denver
Taking a lesson from the successful format of the 2016 Night Out, the 2017 Night Out will not be a dinner event. Instead, you are encouraged to meet your colleagues at the venue for limited light snacks and then make your way to one of the many restaurants in the area for dinner. Or, dine first and make your way to the event for a bite of something sweet at the end of the evening!
AAPM will take over the entire Denver Art Museum, with 70,000 works of art divided between 10 permanent collections including African, American Indian, Asian, European and American, modern and contemporary, pre-Columbian, photography, Spanish Colonial, textile, and western American art. For those who like to dance, head to Ponti Hall to hear classic rock covers by the Kory Brunson Band.
Each adult Night Out ticket will include 1 drink ticket, good for beer or a glass of wine. Again, you will be disappointed if you come to the Night Out expecting a meal. Please make your plans in advance and dine at a restaurant of your choice and favorite cuisine! We have compiled a list of restaurants and encourage you to either make reservations on your own, or with help from the restaurant desk at the Convention Center.
Buses will depart from the Welton Street entrance of the Convention Center and loop continually to the Denver Art Museum. If you decide to walk (.8 mile from the Convention Center), look for guides along your way. You will be directed to enter in the North Building. Don’t forget your ticket, required for entrance to the museum. This ticket is included in some registration categories. Tickets may also be purchased on-site at the AAPM registration desk.
Looking for the 5K Run?
The cost increases each year to manage a 5K run for ~225 runners (liability insurance, security, staffing, busing, permits and technology to time the runners.) With no confirmed sponsor for this year’s event, we are providing alternatives to our meeting participants who already long for the Tuesday 6:00am 5K start time.
Meet Up Groups
Denver Running Meetup Group
Denver Road Runners
Run with Colleagues
A pleasant four-mile route starts at 16th Avenue and Broadway and heads east up 16th to Park Avenue, where you turn right, then cross Colfax Avenue on to Franklin Street and into Cheesman Park. Run around the park's perimeter and head back the way you came after viewing one of Denver's most interesting public spaces and some mansions. [Map]
More scenic paths in Denver.
Information coming soon! Please check back mid-May.