The 2014 Annual Convention preliminary program is now available. View presentations, invited guest speakers, panels and more!
*Please Note: In order to attend and participate in the Cadaver and Surture Workshops, the attendee must have at least a One Day Registration for the Annual Convention
Cancellation Policy: All requests for cancellations must be received in writing. If written notice of cancellation is received at the ASPSN Administrative Offices on or before September 5, 2014, the registration fee, less a $50 USD administrative fee, will be refunded after the meeting. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after September 5th. Fees cannot be reduced for partial attendance.
The Westin Chicago River North
Group Rate is $289.00 a night plus applicable state and local taxes.
The deadline to reserve a room at the group rate has now passed. Please call 888-627-8359 to make a reservation and be sure to mention the ASPSN when calling.
Room Deposit Information:
A deposit equal to one (1) night room and tax will be charged at the time a guest makes a room reservation, and upon check-in, will be applied towards the guest’s bill. Deposits paid by guests are refundable if notice is received by the hotel at least 3 days prior to arrival and a cancellation number is obtained.
ASPSN Service Project
Northwestern China Care is interested in supporting and saving the lives of abandoned Chinese orphans. We are an independent, student run club at Northwestern University, and a recognized China Care Club under the China Care Foundation, Inc. Northwestern China Care's mission is to sponsor surgeries and medical treatments for orphans in China. Within the Chicago area, we aim to create and foster a stronger community with the adopted children and with China Care families by holding playgroups and a mentorship program for adopted orphans. The money we raise goes to support individual children, children with names and faces. Northwestern students have a chance to impact singular lives, one by one, whether that be by raising money, playing with kids at playgroups, or being a mentor to an adopted Chinese child.
Though a student club in college seems trivial and minor with respect to the vastness of the orphan problem in China, Chinese orphans and adopted families gladly accept every small deed that is offered. Thus every donation, no matter how small or large, and every hour dedicated to supporting this cause can change lives.
Pay It Forward Donation Form