Photo Release
This release was requested by the Center for Interdisciplinary Exploration & Research in Astrophysics (CIERA) for a conference called Hot-wiring the Transient Universe VI, taking place August 19-22, 2019 in Norris University Center. There will be a group photo taken by a professional photographer, as well as candid photos taken at the conference. We plan to livestream talk presentations over BlueJeans. The livestream link will be tweeted out daily, as well as posted on the meeting website: https://sites.northwestern.edu/hotwired6/. At the meeting, each presenter has the option to decline having their talk livestreamed.
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I hereby grant Northwestern University permission to interview me and/or to use my likeness in photograph(s)/video in any and all of its publications and in any and all other media, whether now known or hereafter existing, controlled by Northwestern University, in perpetuity, and for other use by the University. I will make no monetary or other claim against Northwestern University for the use of the interview and/or the photograph(s)/video.
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NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY STATEMENT
All photographers taking photographs on University property or of University events must obtain a signed release form from any student, faculty member, staff person, or member of the public who is visibly recognizable in the photograph prior to making any commercial use of such photograph. Crowd scenes where no single person is the dominant feature are exempt.

These rules govern photographs intended for use in any University publication of a marketing or a public relations nature, such as newsletters, brochures, viewbooks, promotional items, or other such material. Releases also must be obtained for photographs used on the web. These rules are not in effect when photographs are taken of news events, but photographs taken for news purposes require a release for reuse in marketing materials.
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