Finding your Teaching Balance: Integrating Active Learning Strategies with Dynamic Lecturing

4810 Page Creek Lane | Durham, NC 27703 | Tel: 919.941.6000 
Nestled on a quiet hilltop among the wooded North Carolina landscape, the hotel boasts a resort-style atmosphere with charming southern-style features such as the grand veranda with wicker rocking chairs and porch swings.
Room Rates for Participants 
$144/night (when booked by Feb. 24, 2020 with group code of LIC)
 Guests can also call to make their reservations by calling 1-800-HILTONS (445-8667). When calling, make sure to reference the “Lilly Institute".   
Please note that when making reservations if a guest does not log in with their Hilton Honors Account, Hilton will automatically create a new account for the reservation. To ensure the guest receives their proper credit for their stay please make sure they either log in via the link on the right side of the top banner to make the reservation or uncheck the option at the bottom of the reservation page that says, “Free Wi-Fi + Digital Check-In + other exclusive member benefits.”   
Explore the Triangle
The hotel is within just 15 minutes of both downtown Raleigh and downtown Durham. Come see the culture of art and creativity expressed through visuals, performances, and food in the Triangle Region with its culinary delights for every taste, university gardens, art and history museums, and so much more!


American Tobacco: The former home of the Lucky Strike factory has been transformed into a one-million-sq.-ft. entertainment district, complete with restaurants, a documentary theater, a basketball court, and plenty of open green common space. Restaurants include offerings of authentic sushi, Cuban tapas, and classic American.


Brightleaf Square: The Brightleaf Square District features a unique mix of locally-owned restaurants and shops in a pair of historic tobacco warehouses in downtown Durham.


Other places in Durham to visit include: The Streets at Southpoint; Duke University Chapel; Sarah P. Duke Gardens; and DPAC, Durham Performing Arts Center.


Warehouse District: Characterized by six blocks of iconic, red-brick, former-industrial buildings, the Warehouse District in downtown Raleigh is a growing concentration of galleries, studios, restaurants, nightlife and innovative businesses. A new favorite in this are is Morgan Street Food Hall, featuring 20 culinary concepts all under one roof.


Museums: NC Museum of Art; NC Museum of History; NC Museum of Natural Sciences.

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P.O. Box 401  Chapel Hill, NC 27514-0401

registrar@lillyconferences.com | Tel: 919.270.6306