Looking for location near AAAS (1200 NY Ave NW)

Tenant Searching for a Place in Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Listing #145593


Looking for Private Space or Entire Home | Willing to Housesit
Monthly Budget: Minimum USD $1500 | Maximum USD $2500
Last Updated 19 days ago

About

I am very excited about my Spring 2022 (January through June) sabbatical at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. I will likely be spending weekdays in D.C. and returning home to Pennsylvania on the weekends.

Bedrooms
1

Bathrooms
1

Offices
1

Size
900 ft2

Suited For
1

Property Type
House, Apartment or Condo, Studio or Loft, Guest House

Tenant Timing

From January 3, 2022 until June 30, 2022

Estimated Duration

6 Months | My dates are flexible

Comments: I have quite a bit of flexibility with the dates since I am not under specific obligations to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

Desired Location

Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Closest University

GWU

Nearby Universities

Georgetown University

Comments: Close to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) at 1200 New York Avenue NW

Surroundings

  • Urban
  • Near Park
  • Near Restaurants
  • Near Public Transportation

Tenant Budget and Terms

Minimum USD $1500 - Maximum USD $2500 Monthly

I would like to have utilities included

Considerations

I prefer smoking not allowed in the home

I will need a car

House Sitting

I am willing to housesit

Yes, I can help with mail and deliveries

Yes, I can help with plants or garden

Features

Interior

Furnished

Connectivity

Wi-Fi

Exterior

Dedicated Parking

Fitness

Gym

Tenant Details

Who's Coming?

Party of
1
1 Adult

Member Background

Languages

German

About Me

Hello! I am Dr. Joseph (Joe) Shane, Professor of Chemistry and Science Education at Shippensburg University in central Pennsylvania. I teach undergraduate chemistry, train pre-service science teachers at both undergraduate and graduate levels, and teach an honors seminar on historical and philosophical interactions between science and religion. My spring 2022 sabbatical (January through June) as a Visiting Scholar at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1200 New York Avenue NW in D.C.) will focus on science and religion. I am a former high school chemistry teacher (Noblesville, Indiana) and I speak German. My undergraduate degree is from University of Delaware and my Master's and Ph.D. are from Purdue. My wife and I live in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Bicycling and hiking are my two primary hobbies.

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