Things to think about for SMI 2010:
  • Why do we say the study sessions are 7:00--9:00 if we really expect the students to be there 7:00--11:00?
    • Wasn't an issue in previous years; students were in CAM and stayed as a group; more cohesive
  • Why was there less cohesiveness among the students in 2009 than in previous years?
    • Scattered throughout Keeton
    • Weren't in CAM at night, so easier to go back and forth to their rooms
    • Large number of visits from boyfriends/girlfriends
  • Some students prefer to study alone, so they left the study session at 9:00 when it became optional; maybe this isn't necessarily bad.
  • Some students complained that the last few days were too rushed. They would rather have seen the algebra course end at the end of week 7, so that they could have the whole last week (and preceding weekend) to work on poster/presentation/paper.
  • Some students complained that there could have been better orientation at the beginning of the program, perhaps on the first Sunday morning: Where to buy food, how to get parking permit, etc.

-- KenBrown - 2009-08-03

  • opp1.tex: Solicitation for positions (tex source)

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