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# Officer Goals
-SFC budget hearings are in Decemeber and January. As many officers and PSAS members as possible should attend.
-
-We'd also like to host more events this term. See the schedule below for details.
-
-# Events Schedule for Winter 2006
-
-## January
-
-- Jan. 8th
- - contact engineering professors and ask to speak in their classes.
- - turn in food request for Feb 2nd (we can use AESS funds for the Jan. 31st intro).
-- Jan. 10th -- design and print intro meeting posters.
-- Jan. 15th
- - put up posters for the intro meeting.
- - begin sending out emails for intro meeting.
- - contact ECE, CS, and ME department to put event on their websites.
- - get butcher paper, letter cut-outs, etc. for the display case.
-- Jan. 22nd -- decorate the big display case on the 1st floor of Smith Center.
-- Week of Jan. 22nd
- - speak in classrooms about intro meeting and collect interest cards.
- - add interested students to psas-general
-- Jan. 24th -- PSAS members brainstorm newbie projects.
-- Jan. 27th -- send reminder email to psas-all.
-- Jan. 31st -- intro meeting for people who can't make the Friday intro meeting
-- Feb 2nd, 4pm -- big PSAS introduction meeting.
-
-## February
-
-- Week of Feb. 5th
- - take down intro meeting posters.
- - contact ACM about collaberating on GIT workshop.
-- Feb. 12th
- - schedule FAB 10 with ECE department.
- - food request March 7th GIT workshop (depending on whether the ACM can get food).
-- Feb. 19th
- - put up posters for GIT workshop.
- - send out emails for the GIT workshop.
- - contact ECE, and CS department to put event on their websites.
-- Feb. 28th -- schedule FAB 10 with ECE department for movie night
-
-## March
-
-- week of March 5th-9th -- put up posters and send emails for movie night.
-- GIT workshop 5pm, March 7th.
-- Movie night sometime during dead week (March 19-23)
+One intro meeting per term. We'd also like to host an "end of the year blowout", a day where we launch model rockets for fun.
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There are several email lists that might be useful:
-- Shannon Timm's Academic Group mailing list - ask Shannon (<shannonw@pdx.edu>) to send out the mail. This might attract leaders from similar clubs (e.g. the mechanical engineering group).
-- The CS mailing list <psumsgs@cs.pdx.edu> - this is a moderated list, and most students will get bounced. Ask Leai (<leai@cecs.pdx.edu>) or another CS office staff to send the mail for you.
+- The ME website has a [news section](http://www.me.pdx.edu/news/) that can be posted to.
+- The CS mailing list <psumsgs@cs.pdx.edu> - you must be subscribed to the list or your message will be bounced.
+- Email Amy Jolstead (<amyj@ece.pdx.edu>) to have the announcement put in the ECE news section.
+- The Virtual Viking is sent out to the general PSU population and goes out every Friday. Submissions should be mailed to <virtualviking@pdx.edu> before Wednesday at 5pm.
+- Send an event to <msgs@oit.pdx.edu> to have the event appear on the login page for webmail.
- Gerald Recktenwald (<gerry@me.pdx.edu>) is a good contact in the ME department. He's involved with the Oregon Space Grant Consortium, and happily put an announcement on the ME website.
+- Shannon Timm's Academic Group mailing list - ask Shannon (<shannonw@pdx.edu>) to send out the mail. This might attract leaders from similar clubs (e.g. the mechanical engineering group).
- The ECE department has email lists for the 200, 300, and 400 level students, but I've been unable to get an ECE staff member to send a message on them.
- Tuesday Tidbits is a mailing list for SALP club officers. To post an email, send the message to <leadership@pdx.edu>. The subject must be "Tuesday Tidbits" and the body should be the exact message you want to be sent out. It should be sent no later than the Monday of the week you want it to appear in.
-- The Virtual Viking is sent out to the general PSU population and goes out every Friday. Submissions should be mailed to <virtualviking@pdx.edu> before Wednesday at 5pm.
-- Send an event to <msgs@oit.pdx.edu> to have the event appear on the login page for webmail.
Sample email message: