The cost of student lunch is not included in your registration fee. Lunch will be available in the Stamp Student Union, about a two minute walk from the Knight Center – home of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism. The Stamp Union food court offers a wide variety of take-out and is a quick place to grab a meal.
Restaurants available in the Stamp Union:
The Coffee Bar
Moby Dick Kabobs
Sushi by Panda
Teachers will gather for a boxed lunch and a chance to network in Knight Hall. Teachers can order lunch as part of the registration process. Join us for lunch during J-Day.
Advisor Luncheon Menu: $9 each, drinks will be provided
Nutty Mixed-Up Salad
Organic field greens, grapes, grilled, 100% antibiotic-free chicken breast (chilled), feta, nuts, dried cranberries, pumpkin seeds, organic apples and raisins with balsamic vinaigrette. Comes with a fresh baked cookie.
Chicken Club Salad
Grilled, 100% antibiotic-free chicken breast (chilled), tops mixed salad greens, grape tomatoes, sliced avocado, cheddar, Asiago and bacon with fresh-made ranch dressing. Comes with a fresh baked cookie.
Roasted Turkey Sandwich *dairy free if you request rye bread
A traditional turkey sandwich served on multi-grain wheat bread with lettuce and tomato. Comes with chips, pickle and a fresh baked cookie.
California Club Croissant
Roasted turkey breast, homemade guacamole, tomato, organic field greens, bacon and Swiss on all-butter croissant. Comes with fresh fruit and a fresh baked cookie.
Spinach Veggie Wrap *vegetarian
Organic wheat wrap filled with organic spinach, fresh-made guacamole and pico de gallo, mushrooms and Asiago. Served with a side of homemade salsa. Comes with fresh fruit and a fresh baked cookie.
Homemade Tuna Salad Sandwich *dairy-free if you request rye bread
Homemade tuna salad sandwich made with hard-boiled eggs served on multi-grain wheat bread with lettuce and tomato. Comes with chips, pickle and a fresh baked cookie.
*All sandwich bread and cookies can be substituted for gluten-free options. Please indicate this dietary restriction in your order.
Tours for J-Day 2017 will be presented during the concurrent sessions. Tours leave from the first floor lobby level of Knight Hall.
• Tour of Knight Hall, home of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism. The $30 million Knight Hall opened for students in 2010. This tour, led by Merrill College Undergraduate Student Affairs staff, will take you inside the state of the art journalism facility to see what the 21st Century college journalism experience is all about.
• Tour of the Diamondback student newspaper offices and the WMUC student radio station. The 107 year old Diamondback is the independent student-run print and online campus newspaper at the University of Maryland. WMUC is the 69 year old student-staffed radio station of the College Park campus. Student members of the Society of Professional Journalists take you on a tour of the Diamondback editorial office and the WMUC broadcast studio.
• Tour of the Capital News Service broadcast facility. The student-powered Philip Merrill College of Journalism’s Capital News Service has bureaus in College Park, Annapolis and Washington, D.C. It produces news for over 40 partner news organizations, a web site, a nightly on-air television newscast on UMTV and social media. Student members of the Society of Professional Journalists take you on a tour of the CNS broadcast facility in nearby Tawes Hall.