How to get to Boston, and to the Conference
University of Massachusetts, Boston
The conference will be located on the third floor of the Campus Center at UMass Boston
100 William T Morrissey Blvd, Boston, MA 02125
The DoubleTree by Hilton Boston Bayside is the official conference hotel
The conference hotel is a one mile walk from the conference center (about 22 minutes).
The UMass Boston Shuttle runs regularly through the day, and stops in front of the Doubletree hotel both to and from the JFK/UMass MBTA Stop. To learn more about the shuttle service, please click here. For real-time tracking of the shuttles, please click here.
Rich with history and culture, Boston has an array of hotels throughout downtown and across price ranges. For additional hotel options, please visit the Convention and Visitors Bureau hotels page. (Please note that shuttle service to the conference will not be arranged outside of the official conference hotel.)
Getting to Boston:
For those flying to Boston, please fly to Boston Logan. Train service brings visitors from north of Boston to North Station (in Boston), and south of Boston to South Station (about three miles from UMass Boston)
Eat up! Continental breakfast and a buffet lunch will be available every day of the conference. Options will be available for individuals with dietary restrictions.
The MBTA Commuter Rail and MBTA Red Line stop at the JFK/UMass Stop with regular frequency. Please visit the Commuter Rail schedule for a full list of weekday times.
From the MBTA station, a UMass Boston Shuttle bus service provides regular pick-ups and drop-offs. For more information on public transportation access to UMass Boston, please visit the school’s transportation page, here.
The conference schedule, speakers, and general information will be available through the Whova App. Please download the app and search within it for the Disrupting Poverty Conference.
We are watching closely the ongoing pandemic and its effect on travel and in-person events. Should we need to make alterations to the in-person nature of our conference, we will announce such changes to our registrants and also here on this webpage. As of October 7, 2022 it is our intention to conduct an in-person event with an online option for guests who can not attend in person. We will announce conference safety measures as we approach the event, and they’ll be commensurate with federal, state, and municipal guidelines to reduce transmission of Covid-19.
The Disrupting Poverty Conference will be made fully accessible to its attendees. The venues at UMASS Boston meet all ADA compliance measures and accommodations will be made for any registrants requiring visual aid or hearing aid at the programming. Should you require ASL or other accommodations, we'll be happy to make them. Please contact Caroline Strouss at email@example.com.
Registration for the Disrupting Poverty Conference is non-refundable. Should a registrant no longer be able to attend in person, they may transfer the in-person or the virtual registration to another member of their organization by contacting the conference organizers.
If an individual is registered for the in-person conference but can no longer attend, they will be able to access the virtual programming. A refund will not be issued for such a transfer.
If you have questions related to the conference and your attendance, please reach out to our event organizers at Conventures, Inc. by calling 617-439-7700 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., M-F (ET)