CALLING ALL INTA-BOUND IP STUDENTS


IPKat masters Jeremy and Ilanah will be at this year’s INTA Annual Meeting in San Diego.



Ilanah (me!) would like to get together with fellow students who are attending so, if you’re a student and you plan to be in the area, either for the conference or because you attend one of the local universities, I suggest getting together at 9am on Wednesday 18 May at the Starbucks in the San Diego Marriott and Marina.

If you want to let me know that you’re coming, please email i.r.simon@qmul.ac.uk.

For meeting purposes, if you want to know what I look like, there’s a picture here.
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