This page is meant to be a repository for internal info useful only to board members and to ensure that it gets is not forgotten in the yearly transition to a new board. Most is relevant only to the coordinators. Sean 11:58, 23 August 2006 (EDT)
56-614: Mariann...you need to grab keys from the office before they close around 4:45...
56-4XX: I think it's Amy, but JoAnn is generally really nice about helping you figure it out.
Stata: someone from Tidor lab
Tech Square: Olga
Association of Student Activities (ASA)
The listed president (one of the co-coordinators) will be able to click the Student Group Officer Access link that will take you to the ASA BE Board web page and allow you to make modifications. MIT personal certificates are required.
The rest of the world will have to search all the student groups for Biological Engineering. Click on the link and you will get a summary of the group page. The treasurer and room reservation signatories (social chairs) also need to be listed.
Here is an e-mail from ASA:
>The database contains the following information about your group: > >The Athena locker: beboard > >The officer's e-mail list : beboard > >The general e-mail list : beboard > >Lastly, this e-mail has been cc'd to email@example.com. That address >reaches the staff of the Student Activities Finances Office who will >help you setup the group's main account and funding account, as well >as provide you with help to obtain advanced payments or reimbursements >for your group's need. > >We also direct your attention to the resources available to you through >the Student Activities staff in W20-549. As part of the Student Life >Program office, the Student Activities staff is available >to provide event-planning assistance, advice on organizational issues, >leadership development opportunities, and information about campus >resources. Please feel free to drop by and further acquaint yourself >with the office and staff. > >Sincerely, > >The ASA Executive Board >firstname.lastname@example.org