San Diego State University Student Life & Leadership The SON Student Organization Newsletter Volume 1, Issue 4 ***Welcome Back to the Spring 2010 Semester!*** Inside this issue: Inside this issue: Leadership Summit 2 FREE events for SDSU Students! Winter Wonderland Quest for the Best 3 Friday, January 29th Bring your Red ID! 9pm‐1am Explore SDSU 4 Scripps Lawn, in front of Scripps Cottage How To Update Your 6 SDSU Women's Basketball vs. Utah Let it snow... no really... SNOW! Join us Officers Wednesday, January 20th on Scripps Lawn for sledding, smores, 7pm hot chocolate and a snowman building Classroom 6 Viejas Arena contest. Bundle up. Bring your jacket and Reservations SDSU Student Giveaway ‐ FREE Red & Black snowshoes as SDSU cranks up the snow Student Life 7 Aztec Wigs to the first 1,000 students, machine. Sleds provided. Semester Calendar presented by Associated Students. SDSU Men's Basketball vs. BYU Murder Mystery Dinner Saturday, January 23 Wednesday, January 20th 7pm 9pm‐12am Viejas Arena Montezuma Hall, Aztec Center All Fans Giveaway ‐ FREE Aztec Fight FREE sit down Italian Dinner! Come laugh, Song Rally Towels, presented by witness a mock‐crime, and help solve the Associated Students. mystery. Everyone is a suspect. Forget a date...bring an alibi. Welcome Back Madness Sponsored by Woodstock's Pizza Vortex Laser Tag Saturday, January 23 Thursday, January 28th 9pm‐1am 9pm‐12am Peterson Gym, across from Viejas ENS Field, adjacent to Campanile Walkway Arena Experience the thrill of a video game with Immediately following the Men's the adrenaline rush of paint ball in a fresh Basketball game, come to Peterson Gym real world environment. By combining the with your SDSU friends and enjoy music, best elements of video games and dancing, a mechanical bull, photo booth, paintball with the newest technology in Woodstock's Pizza and mocktails. Special laser tag, Vortex Laser Battle provides the appearance by the SDSU Men's ultimate live battle experience. Basketball team!! P a g e 2 Saturday, February 27, 2010 Location: The Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center Time: Check in from 8:159am, Keynote begins at 9am Time: Check in from 8:15 The Leadership Summit is The Leadership Summit will have Register for the Leadership a day long program three exciting paths: Summit online at designed to expose Emerging Leaders http://www.sll.sdsu.edu/ SDSU students to a vari These sessions are designed for leadership/conference.html ety of leadership topics, current issues, and participants who are new to or sessions on personal and not yet in established leadership Sign up by February 10th positions. and pay the early bird professional growth. The Experienced Leaders registration fee of only Leadership Summit is $30.00. After February 10th open to all SDSU These sessions are intended for the registration will be students. participants who are already involved in leadership positions $50.00. Registration is on a and looking to fine tube their firstcome, firstserved This year’s theme is leadership skills. basis. Included in the fee: A “Leadership is a choice, day full of leadership work Experiential Learning take the next step.” The shops, lunch, afternoon Leadership Summit is an These sessions are intended for snack, a luxury SDSU all participants and are designed Leadership Programs important step in the life to involve an interactive Padfolio, and networking long process of growing component, such as team into an effective leader. opportunities. building. P a g e 3 Announcing the 24th annual Vice Presidential Student Service Awards “The measure of a university is more than the sum of its buildings, the size of its It is instead the qualities of the enrollment, its array of students, faculty, and staff who comprise its community.” degrees, its number of graduates, or its cumulative grade point average... Dr. James Kitchen, Vice President for Student Affairs, www.sdsu.edu/quest. Applications will be available along with Student Life & Leadership, announces the online starting Wednesday, January 20, 2010. Your twenty fourth annual Vice Presidential Student completed application package and six photocopies Service Awards. Under the theme of “Quest for the must be submitted to Student Life & Leadership, Best,” these awards seek to recognize outstanding Student Services West, room 1661 by Monday, student leaders who have typified and promoted this February 15, 2010 at 4:00 pm. broader mission of the university. The “Quest for the Best” awards will be presented at a Nominations are open to regularly enrolled San Diego gala banquet in April. The ceremony will be attended State University students who have completed at least by winning students, two special guests of each one year at SDSU and at least 75 units of college winner, and faculty/staff honorees. work. The submitted application materials will be screened by a selection committee. The finalists will If you have any questions, contact Robyn Adams, be invited for an interview. Assistant Director, Student Life & Leadership at (619) 5945221. To apply, complete a “Quest for the Best” application. For an application and complete instructions go to Applicants will be evaluated in four areas: 1) Academic excellence, including grade point average (a minimum overall G.P.A. of 3.0 is required), individual research, participation in professional and academic societies, involvement in departmental activities, etc.; 2) Student involvement and commitment, including student organizations, student government and college councils, The Daily Aztec and KCR Radio, housing, fraternity/sorority life, athletics, honor societies, etc.; 3) Community service outside the SDSU campus, including volunteer work with medical, 2009 social service, theatrical, artistic, cultural, political entities, etc.; and Quest for the Best 4) Leadership qualities and development, including the degree of involvement and initiative Award Recipients within activities, the furtherance of intercultural understanding, and evidence of the development of positive, ethical decisionmaking. P a g e 4 Explore SDSU Day —Saturday March 20, 2009— Student Organization Fair (aka “My State Village”) The following organizations are confirmed to table in the “My State” Village. Other student organizations who are signed up with their academic colleges should receive information about where to check in directly from the college. More information about what time to check in will be sent shortly. As well, for groups who did not sign up, there will be information on how to get in the "Wait List" line the DAY OF THE EVENT. Organizations in the “MyState” Village: Delta Zeta Muslim Student Association Afrikan Student Union Education Without Borders National Society of Minorities in Hospitality Agape House LutheranEpiscopal Campus Ministry EnviroBusiness Society (e3) Native American Student Alliance Alpha Chi Omega Expanding Women Career Opportunities Nu Alpha Kappa Alpha Epsilon Phi Finance and Investment Society Pacific Islander Student Association Alpha Epsilon Pi FOCUS Panhellenic Association Alpha Kappa Psi Foodies Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. Alpha Phi Omega Future Educators Association Phi Delta Theta Alpha Phi Sorority Gamma Phi Beta Sorority Phi Kappa Theta Alpha Pi Sigma Gamma Phi Epsilon Pi Beta Phi Alpha Psi Rho Gamma Rho Lambda Pi Sigma Alpha Alto: A Liberated Theater organization Gamma Zeta Alpha Poetry Society Andres Bonifacio Samahan German Club Real Estate Society of SDSU Asian Pacific Student Alliance Global Brigades @ SDSU Residence Hall Association Association for Diversity in Finance and Accounting Golden Key International Honor Society Sanskriti Indian Student Association ASSOCIATION OF CHICANA ACTIVIST Harvest @ SDSU Scholars for Success Association of Information Technology Hispanic Business Student Association Sigma Alpha Lambda Professionals Hispanic Scholarship Fund Sigma Chi Aztec PhenomeTHON Honors Council Sigma Lambda Beta Ballroom and Latin Dance Club at SDSU Honors Program Student Society Sigma Lambda Gamma Beta Alpha Psi Beta Eta Chapter HOPE SDSU Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Black Student Science Organization (BSSO) International Business Society Sigma Phi Omega Business Consulting Group International Student's Association Sigma Theta Psi Catholic Newman Club InterVarsity Christian Fellowship Society of Professional Journalists Challenge SDSU ISCOR Student Society Sorority Outreach & Support Chicano/a Youth Leadership Camp Jewish Student Union Student Accounting Society Chicanos/Latinos for Community Medicine Journalism Media Studies Association Student African American Brotherhood Christians at SDSU Kappa Alpha Theta Student Alumni Association Counseling & Psychological Services Student Advisory Board Kappa Delta The Andrea O'Donnell Women's Outreach Association Culinary and Food Science Club Lambda Sigma Gamma Upsilon Kappa Delta Delta Gamma Lambda Theta Alpha Vietnamese Student Association Delta Sigma Pi Latino Student Social Work Association VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood Delta Sigma Psi Sorority Latter Day Saint Student Association Zeta Beta Tau Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Student Union —Continued On Next Page— Delta Upsilon Fraternity M.ECh.A P a g e 5 Explore SDSU Continued Organizations NOT in MyState Village Village Adclub PSFA Key to the World (Arts and Alpha Kappa Psi Letters, Business, Education, Library) American Medical Student Association Health and Human Services Art Club of SDSU PSFA Association for Computing Machinery Sciences Association of PrePharmacy Students Sciences California Student Nursing Association Health and Human Services Chemistry Club Sciences Key to the World (Arts and Child and Family Development Student Organization Letters, Business, Education, Library) College of Health and Human Services Student Council Health and Human Services College of Sciences Student Council Sciences Council of Organizations Health and Human Services Future Physical Therapists Organization PSFA Graduate Social Work Association Health and Human Services Hospitality and Tourism Management Student PSFA Association Institute of Transportation Engineers Engineering Latino Social Work Student Association Health and Human Services National Society of Black Engineers Engineering National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Asso Health and Human Services ciation NSMH National Society of Minorities in Hospitality PSFA Physician Assistant Student Association Sciences PreNursing Society Health and Human Services PreSOMA Sciences PSFA Civil Core PSFA PSFA College Council PSFA Psi Chi Sciences Public Relations Student Society of America PSFA RTSA Recreation & Tourism Student Association PSFA SNATS Students of the National Association of Teachers of Singing PSFA Social Action Committee Health and Human Services Social Action Committee (Social Work) Health and Human Services Society of Women Engineers Engineering Key to the World (Arts and Student California Teachers Association Letters, Business, Education, Library) Student Public Administration Association PSFA Student Veteran Organization PSFA Students for Public Health Health and Human Services Undergraduate Social Work Association Health and Human Services P a g e 6 How to Update Your Organization’s Officers Does your organization have new officers for the Spring 2010 semester? Be sure to follow these simple steps to updating your officers! 1. Print the form from the following link: http://www.sll.sdsu.edu/studentorgs/documents/OfficerUpdateForm.doc 2. Complete the form and bring it to Student Life & Leadership (SLL) located in Student Services West, room 1661. You will need to have a brief meeting with a SLL advisor and then we will enter the updates online. Unfortunately, you cannot do these updates online yet. Please note, At least one of the new officers listed on the form must have completed an Online Student Organization Officer Orientation at: http://www.sll.sdsu.edu/orientations/index.html Classroom Reservations For the Spring 2010 Semester Classroom reservations are a great option for meeting space, especially if your organization was not able to reserve a room in Aztec Center at your preferred time. Classroom reservations can begin to be placed *after the add/drop deadline* On February 5, 2010. To reserve a classroom for your recognized student organization, come by Student Life & Leadership in Student Services West, room 1661 between the hours of 8am4:30pm to pick up a classroom reservation form. The forms will not be accepted until February 5th.
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