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Date: Saturday, April 16th
Time: 6 PM – 6 AM (you do not need to attend the whole time!)
Location: Track & Tennis Center, 100 Ashford Street
Team Captain: Christine Nykyforchyn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Help Plan: docs.google.com/forms/d/1HyW5q2tYenEFM0qyglzrlWTO2fKLWIcqvvwTBPe2Ft0
Join the Team or Make a Donation: main.acsevents.org/site/TR?fr_id=73116&pg=team&team_id=1969522
Cancer is a disease that affects everyone – rich or poor, old or young. Relay for Life is an organization who’s mission is to raise awareness and money to help fight cancer. Relay for Life is held at high schools, colleges, and community arenas nationwide, raising millions of dollars each year.
If you are unable to attend the event, support Relay for Life by making a donation! Any little bit counts, and helps fund research and support Hope Lodge, a free place to stay for cancer patients if their treatments is in another city; Road to Recovery, which provides transportation to and from treatment for cancer patients; and much more!
The 2015-2016 SAGE T-Shirt Contest Winner has been decided!!
Students from every program in the School of Engineering have voted on the four t-shirt contest submissions. All of the designs were great, and the voting was very close. That being said…
Congratulations to Jessica Kim for creating our winning design!!
If you are interested in checking out the winning design and putting your name on the pre-order list, please follow the link here: goo.gl/forms/DnIJbxdOHG
The shirt will cost $10 and the only way to ensure you can buy a shirt is to fill out the form!
Registration for IM sports is near! Let us know what sports you want to play this semester by completing this survey.
The Leadership Challenge with Speaker Dick Heller
Date: Saturday, January 30th
Time: 9 AM – 1 PM
Location: PHO 901, 8 St. Mary’s Street
Attendance includes participation in the workshop activities, an informational packet to take home, and breakfast. RSVP is required. Attendance is limited to 50 participants, so sign up soon!
The Leadership Challenge Workshop will introduce participants to an accessible and application-oriented model of leadership. Backed by over thirty years of leadership research data from over one million leaders, The Leadership Challenge Workshop is an intense and unique discovery process. The workshop is based on the book, “The Leadership Challenge” by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner, now in its fifth edition.
The workshop will involve discussions and activities to delve into the behaviors that support leadership practices and consider ways to apply them in current and future settings. The content has had a long and successful history in corporate, academic, public sector, and other organizational settings. It promises to be a fun and intriguing session to develop skills for leadership and career success.
Questions? Contact Kira Sullivan-Wiley (email@example.com)
Hello SAGE members,
Mark your calendars, for on Wednesday, November 5th, it will be time for our once-a-semester Trivia Night.
This is not your typical trivia outing. The questions, format, scoring, and teamwork involved are unique every time this event is held. Come prepared to experience, and maybe even enjoy, the diverse knowledge we will present in a fun, competitive format.
We will be hosting teams of eight people each. The winning team will receive FREE admission to the SAGE dinner cruise to be held during the spring semester.
There will be plenty of FREE FOOD, as well as a brief SAGE update, beginning at 6 pm. The event will be held in the Photonics Colloquium Room (906).
Hope to see you all there!
The assembly and International Night were a huge success! We had an attendance of 75 people—thank you all for attending! If you would like to find out where everything was ordered from, the menu is listed below:
- Beef kebabs, chicken kebabs, falafel, and baklava from Garlic ‘n Lemons
- Veggie papusas, bean papusas, veggie quesadillas, and steak quesadillas from Habanero
- Veggie and chicken samosas from Darbar
- Shrimp gyoza and sweet potato tempura from Gyu-Kaku
- Cold noodles, string beans, and Kung Pao chicken from Sichuan Gourmet
- Melanzane ripiene from Carlo’s Cucina
- Gulab jamun from Gourmet India
The SAGE board would like to invite everyone to a general assembly on Wednesday, October 8th, 6 pm in room PHO 901. At this event, we will formally introduce ourselves, as well as our planned events and new policies for this upcoming year (see Attachment 1 for more details).
Following the assembly, beginning at 7 pm, we will hold a reception in the Colloquium Room (PHO 906). For this, we are providing an assortment of international finger foods (see Attachment 2). This is a great opportunity to enjoy a diverse selection of cuisines and take a mid-week break to mingle with other SAGE members after class or work.
Because we are ordering a large amount of food from outside vendors, we will be partially subsidizing this event by selling tickets. Please consult Attachment 2 for more details.
There has been an overwhelming number of people who have submitted the form for Microsoft Access. Once it is verified that you are a graduate engineering student, you will be added to the server, at which time a confirmation email will be sent to you with instructions as to how to access it. This process will likely take several days so please be patient, and DO NOT submit another form for access. Thank you.
Please also direct any questions to us, rather than to the Graduate Programs Office.