Friday, September 09, 2011
Erik suggested a possible activity - an iterated Prisoners dilemma contest.
Folks in Computer Science and Economics could be particularly interested in this activity. Faculty members Greg Green (who teaches game theory) and Philosophy lecturer William McCurdy might be especially interested in helping boost this activity.
Laser Tag (and miniature golf) event - Outer limits:
Some ground rules
i) Food costs should be split proportionate to club size with all food shared.
ii) Each club handles the tickets for their regular members in whatever manner they choose.
iii) Newbees/recruits pay their own way, but get free food , all clubs splitting the cost equally.
iv) Program setting should be set to focus on hunting rather than "capture the flag" and to discourage "farming the base".
v) All should try to be there by 5:45 Friday September 23 to register.
What to say at recruiting
General comments about Math/CS club- we meet every other week, we often have pizza or snacks. Some of our big events are movies and a career panel. This Friday (September 23) we will have a Laser tag/miniature golf event at the Outer Limit from 6:30 - 7:30. Registration at 5:45. This will be a joint event with the Chemistry, Physics, and Economics clubs.
Although you must pay for your own ticket ( $10), free food will be provided by the clubs.
Calc 2: 8 am - Michael*; noon - Jeremy; 5:30pm Damon
DE 9 am: Dr. D
Linear Algebra: 10 am Jeremy; 11 am : Claire
Calc 3: 1 pm(?) Garrett; 7pm Dr. D
*Michael McGregor agreed to cover this class because he is in it. In addition to any of these classes we are specifically targeting feel free to talk to any of your classes that are Math or CS related.
Also anyone that is planning on coming please email (email@example.com) me by Wednesday September 21, 2011.