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These hotels and motels represent a wide variety of quality and prices. This listing is provided as a service and does not constitute an endorsement. Approximate distance from Georgetown: Round Rock (10.1 miles), North Austin (19.3 miles), Salado (23.6 miles), Austin (28.2 miles).

GEORGETOWN

Claibourne House B&B
512-930-3934
512-868-1771

Days Inn
512-863-5572
800-329-7466

Holiday Inn Express
512-868-8555
800-465-4329

Inn on the Square
512-868-2203
888-718-2221

LaQuinta Inn
512-869-2541
800-531-5900

Ranch House B&B
512-863-2331

San Gabriel House B&B
512-930-0070

San Gabriel Motel
512-819-9374

ROUND ROCK

AmeriSuites
512-733-2599
800-833-1516

Baymont Inn
512-246-2800
800-301-0200

Best Western
512-255-3222
800-528-1234

Days Inn
512-246-0055
800-228-2000

Hampton Inn
512-248-9100
800-426-7866

Hilton Garden Inn
512-341-8200

La Quinta Inn
512-255-6666
800-531-5900

Marriott Courtyard
512-255-5551
800-321-2211

Marriott North
512-733-6767
800-249-0800

SpringHill Suites
512-733-6700
888-287-9400

SALADO

Inn on the Creek
877-947-5554
254-947-5554

Stagecoach Inn
254-947-5111
800-732-8994

The Inn at Salado
254-947-0027
800-724-0027

NORTH AUSTIN/AUSTIN

Best Value Inn & Suites
512-459-4251
800-465-4329

Doubletree
512-454-3737
800-222-8733

Embassy Suites
512-454-8004
800-362-2779

Four Seasons
512-478-4500
800-819-5053

Hilton Garden
512-241-1600

Hilton Hotel
512-451-5757
800-347-0330

Holiday Inn Express
512-467-1701
800-465-4329

Marriott Courtyard
512-458-2340
800-321-2211

Red Lion Inn
512-323-5466
800-733-5466


The Brown Symposium at Southwestern University

The Brown Symposium is presented by Southwestern University on an annual basis. Open to the public without charge, the symposium is funded through an endowment established by The Brown Foundation, Inc., of Houston, Texas, for professorships at the University.

The symposia are designed to enhance the effectiveness of the work for which the endowed professorships were established. Each symposium presents topics in one of the broad areas of study represented by the chairholder.

Arctic Journey: Discoveries of inter-relationships in the circumpolar north was developed by Stephanie Fabritius, professor of biology, associate provost and director of the Paideia Program; holder of the Lillian Nelson Pratt Chair.

All events are held in the Alma Thomas Theater, located in the Alma Thomas Fine Arts Center.

 


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