2017 Armand Spitz Regional Meeting – Indiana, PA – Travel Information

ABOUT US:
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, about an hour’s drive east-northeast of Pittsburgh, is a campus of the PA State System of Higher Education. It enrolls 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The planetarium is operated by the Geosciences Department, which has undergraduate programs in Geology and Earth and Space Science Education.

AIR TRAVEL:
Pittsburgh airport is 75 miles (about 90 minutes) drive from campus. A small number of flights serve Latrobe airport 35 miles south of campus.

TRAIN TRAVEL:
The nearest Amtrak station is in Johnstown, 25 miles southeast of Indiana.

LODGING:
We have not secured a block of hotel rooms for this one-day meeting. Below are some of the local hotel options, all within 2.5 miles of campus, with their current standard (refundable) nightly rate for Thursday, May 18: