Title

Central Washington University SAACS 2012-2013: Passing on the torch

Presenter Information

Amber Wilson

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom C/D

Start Date

16-5-2013

End Date

16-5-2013

Abstract

The focus of the Central Washington University Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society (SAACS) Chemistry Club for the 2012-2013 academic year is to increase the year-by-year continuity of the club. One issue that has arisen at the start of each year is maintaining yearly club activities as the leadership changes. To help the transition, the current leadership is compiling a digital and printed document that will serve as a guide as to how to get the club organized and to help new officers learn how to get things done at the university. Additionally, a centralized school network storage space has been set up for club documents and photos, as well as a school e-mail account for club communications. We hope that this infrastructure will help future leaders organize the club and communicate more efficiently.

Poster Number

54

Faculty Mentor(s)

Tim Sorey

Additional Mentoring Department

Chemistry

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Central Washington University SAACS 2012-2013: Passing on the torch

SURC Ballroom C/D

The focus of the Central Washington University Student Affiliates of American Chemical Society (SAACS) Chemistry Club for the 2012-2013 academic year is to increase the year-by-year continuity of the club. One issue that has arisen at the start of each year is maintaining yearly club activities as the leadership changes. To help the transition, the current leadership is compiling a digital and printed document that will serve as a guide as to how to get the club organized and to help new officers learn how to get things done at the university. Additionally, a centralized school network storage space has been set up for club documents and photos, as well as a school e-mail account for club communications. We hope that this infrastructure will help future leaders organize the club and communicate more efficiently.