Jacquie sent an email out earlier this week suggesting 7 p.m. next
Monday, Feb 12. Hopefully this time will suit everyone's schedule
better, so that more council members will attend (although Jacquie
herself can't be there at that time, it was intended to avoid busy
Please, don't wait for the meeting on 2/12 to give feedback regarding
the videotaping on Feb 16; we are trying to plan that out in detail
now, and then we can chat about it again on the 12th.
Mary A. Cox
Quoting Thomas McLeod <[log in to unmask]>:
> Did we finalize a meeting time for next Monday?
> Quoting "Mary A. Cox" <[log in to unmask]>:
>> Hi all,
>> On Friday, February, 16, Dan Harvey and I will be walking around Votey
>> and Perkins with a camera crew. We'll be doing interviews with students
>> and faculty, and shooting as much other interesting footage as we can.
>> The end goal is to create a 4-5 minute professionally produced,
>> broadcast-quality video that we'll show during Admitted Student
>> Visitation Days, put on the web, and use in any other marketing efforts
>> we can.
>> Our primary goal is to shoot short interviews of students, in various
>> locales in and around Votey and Perkins. We are developing a list of
>> questions (who are you, what students organizations you're involved
>> with, what sorts of special research or other work you've done here);
>> we are very interested in capturing the flavor of being a student at
>> CEMS and how you have grown here.
>> If you are interested in participating, please e-mail me back and let
>> me know when and where you would be available to be interviewed (the
>> interviews will be short enough to fit approximately within time
>> between classes, if you are pushed back-to-back that day).
>> We are also trying to shoot interesting labs or classes that day that
>> will feature students doing hands-on activities; good math,
>> engineering, or CS lectures occuring that day (in a nice-looking
>> classroom); CEMS grad or undergrad students in research labs working
>> with faculty; that sort of thing.
>> So, we would greatly appreciate your recommendation about what labs or
>> classes you think would be good for us to shoot.
>> We hope you'll be involved with this; as our student leaders, you will
>> have a lot to say that will be of interest to everyone!