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Fall Planning Meeting August 29, 2015 San Marcos, TX NAME OF FACULTY ADVISOR: DR. DJAFFER IBAROUDENE EMAIL: DIBAROUDENE@STMARYTX.EDU St. Mary’s University Student Chapter Funding Proposal For Membership Development and Increase Student Participation
Branch Information: PositionNameE-Mail PresidentDaniel Ibarradibarra7@ mail.stmarytx.edu Vice-PresidentDiego Rascondrascon1@ mail.stmarytx.edu SecretaryEvan Villarreal evillarreal6@ mail.stmarytx.edu TreasurerOscar Castroocastro1@mail.stmarytx.edu President Elect Robotics Head Name: St. Mary’s University Student Chapter Number of Members: 20
Past Utilization of CTS Funding: Robotics Teams – $1033.00 - Playing Field - Parts and Components Oyster Bake- $89.44 - Oyster Bake supplies (e.g. spoons and other utensils) Recruitment / Retention Events - $450.00 - Meeting resources and refreshments - Advertisement (e.g. Flyers, banners) - IEEE T-Shirts - Recruitment video game tournament. Field Trip - $50 - Trips to Southwest Research, USAA hosted by IEEE Student Branch and the Civic Engagement Office (provided refreshments) Total of: 1622.44
How the funding will support programs of the branch: Recruitment Recruit using a Banner Recruit using t-shirts Ordering IEEE merchandise (e.g. pens, sticky notes) Retention Host a barbeque as an end of the semester get-together and allow members to invite friends. Offer refreshments and snacks during the general branch meetings Retreat for training and discuss how to give value to the branch IEEE membership Branch advertising Host an annual video game competitions to advertise our IEEE branch Host a talent-show
How the funding will fit into the overall program of the school: Collaboration with other organizations to offer networking opportunities. Promote Engineering as a carrier by having speakers, workshops, and field-trips. Workshops can be in soldering, MatLab, NI Labview, or microprocessors Possible fieldtrips are USAA, AT&T, Toyota plant. Speakers can speak about their experiences in the industry.
How the funding will interact with other funding that the branch might have: Funds from the CTS of IEEE and the proceeds raised through STMU’s annual Oyster Bake are used to support the activities of our student branch. Getting involved in engineering week and visit local high schools Engineering week is in late February Funds can aid the construction of interactive robots and circuits to show- and-tell
Estimated Costs for the Proposed Activities: Activity/EventCost Recruitment and retention events$250 Workshop tools$300 General meeting snack food and refreshments $250 Field trips$100 Oyster Bake supplies $100 Total$1000
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