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Throughout fall of 2014, Student Engagement will offer interactive workshops for undergraduate students interested in developing and enhancing their leadership skills.

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Leadership Workshop RSVP: "Your Club's Culture"

A club’s culture can impact everything from how meetings are run, to the kinds of traditions you embrace. Find out how you can influence the culture of your organization to see positive changes, regardless of your level of responsibility!

November 7th at 5:00pm, Lerner 403

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Pre-Calendaring Additional Information Form (Spring 2015)

Undergraduate Student Life advisers request that groups complete the Pre-Calendaring Additional Information Form in order to better assist advisers with negotiating space reservations for student group events taking place during Spring 2015. Remember, Your Pre-Calendaring submission in Virtual EMS must be submitted BEFORE you complete the Pre-Calendaring Additional Information Form.

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Event #1
Note: Performances require at least one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc.) and teh expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event entails, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
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Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #2
Note: Performances require at least one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #3
Note: Performances require at least one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #4
Note: Performances require at lest one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
Event #5
Note: Performances require at lest one technical rehearsal.
Describe your audience (CUID, non-CUID, other colleges, etc) and the expected number of attendees.
Briefly share information about what this event is, the purpose it serves and why it is significant to your group. Explain how many years this event has occurred and what success/popularity it has in the Columbia University community.
:
:
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
Enter the name of the specific room in Lerner Hall.
1-Very Important2-Important3-Somewhat Important4-Flexible
Exact Date Requested
Day of the Week Requested
Time Requested
Location Requested
Review each category of your event including the exact date requested, the day of the week requested, the time requested and the location requested. Select the level of importance for each category ranking them from “1-Very Important” to “4-Flexible.” Note: Each category must be ranked differently so that only one category will be selected as “1-Very Important”. The more difference you indicate between categories the more likely you are to get your greatest need met. For example, if a particular space is more important than a particular time, ranking the space as “1-Very Important” and the time as “3-Somewhat Important" will communicate your needs and allow us to advocate for you as realistically as possible.
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New Student Orientation Program (NSOP) Focus Group RSVP

Thank you for your interest in participating in a New Student Orientation Program (NSOP) Focus Group.  Focus groups are open to students who participated in NSOP 2013.  We look forward to meeting with you to discuss your experience.

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Thank you for your participation! Once your information has been confirmed, you will receive an email at your columbia.edu address containing more detailed information, including the meeting location of the focus group. Snacks will be provided to focus group participants.

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