Remember your NCUR22 experience with a high quality short-sleeved t-shirt.
T-shirts may be ordered in advance on the registration form or during the conference in the registration area. Cost (small, medium, large, x-large): $15.
Cost (xx-large): $16.
Thursday Evening Olympic Events7:00pm-10:00pm
Thursday evening features three levels of entertainment in accordance with the upcoming 2008 Summer Olympics:
Bronze Medal Activity – Enjoy the numerous exercise opportunities in Salisbury University’s Maggs Physical Activities Center. While poster sessions are beingdisplayed in the main gym, shoot some hoops or play ultimate Frisbee in the spacious auxiliary gym.Relax your mind and strengthen your body in the nautilus room or brand new weightlifting facility. Maggs also features three racquetball courtsand a beautiful regulation-size indoor pool. Cost: FREE
CancelledSilver Medal Activity – Visit Crown Sports Center, a state-of-the-art indoor athletic complex. Located a few miles from the SU campus, Crown boasts four turf fields for soccer or lacrosse. It also has four sport courts for volleyball and field hockeyenthusiasts, if team sports are your thing, Crown (www.crownsports.com) is a great place for you and your teammates! Shuttle available upon request at registration desk. Cost: $5
Gold Medal Activity – Experience the fun and intense action of competition at Delmarva Paintball (www.delmarvapaintball.net). You will get paintball equipment and ammunition great for all skill levels. The scenario forest features towers, trenches, and bridges. Each team will have the opportunity to attackand defend the multi-level fort. A second indoor field measures 12,000 square feet and comes complete with an upper deck spectator area to watch theaction. Waiver required and can be signed at registration desk. Shuttle available upon request at registration desk. Cost: $20 (includes all equipment and multiple games)
Friday Evening Beach Party5:30-8:30pm
We invite you to experience a bit of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and kick back and relax under a beach umbrella and enjoy the sounds of a steel drum band while anticipating those summer days and nights to come! We’ll supply the sand, the music, the food and drink; you’ll just have to supply the sandals, a hearty appetite and the desire to have a fun evening at the beach! Cost: $30
Cycling on Assateague Island - Full
Enjoy an afternoon bicycling through Assateague Island National Seashore. View the wild ponies that inspired the famous children’s book Misty of Chincoteague. See migratory birds and our own local breed of deer. Bikes and helmets will be provided. Vans leave university at 1:00pm and will return at 6:00pm.
St. Michaels Cruise & Walking Tour- Full
Visit historic St. Michaels, Maryland. First enjoy a cruise upon the Miles River, part of the Chesapeake Bay Estuary, the largest in the Western Hemisphere. The narrated one-hour cruise aboard the climate-controlled Patriot will familiarize you about the town’s history while viewing historic homes and local wildlife. Upon returning to shore you will have 90 minutes to take a walking tour around St. Mary’s Square, enjoy local shops and eateries or visit a local museum.Bus leaves university at 12:45pm and will return at 6:15pm. Cost: $30
Horn Point Environmental Laboratories- Cancelled
Come and join the scientists who study the organisms and ecosystems of our wetlands and the Chesapeake Bay. You’ll tour the facilities and view a functioning replica of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. Bus leaves university at 1:00pm and will return at 6:00pm.
Canoeing on the Pocomoke River - Full
Canoe down the lovely Pocomoke River and catch a glimpse of the bald eagles or terrapin turtles. Or just relax and paddle while your guide points out the sights. Equipment included. Van leaves university at 1:00pm and will return at 6:00pm. Cost: $15
NASA, Wallops Flight Facility Tour- Full
Visit NASA’s flight facility located at Wallops Island, Virginia. You will be taken on a journey through past projects conducted at the facility and carry you to the present where you will learn about the Sounding Rockets Program, Scientific Balloon Projects, Orbital Tracking Station and more. Van leaves university at 1:00pm and will return at 5:00pm.
Hiking at the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge - Full
Enjoy hiking along the land trails located at Blackwater a waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating along the critical migration highway called the Atlantic Flyway. The refuge consists of over 27,000 acres of freshwater impoundments, brackish tidal wetlands, open fields, and mixed evergreen and deciduous forests. It is one of over 540 units in the National Wildlife Refuge System managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.Van leaves university at 1:00pm and will return at 6:00pm.