Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Group evaluations

Dear students,

As part of your final project grades, you are required to fill out an evaluation form for your team members.

This will allow me to evaluate each person's individual contribution to the finished work product that you will be presenting during finals.

Each student should fill out a separate eval for his/her team members; I'll collect these at the time you make your presentations next week.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Opportunities, part 2

Dear 341 students,

Mike Kroff is in need of research subjects. Please consider completing his reasonably-sized survey online, out of the goodness of your hearts:


Please note, there is NO extra credit associated with this survey (despite the language on the first page).


Dear 343 students,

If you've enjoyed learning about consumer behavior in the classroom this semester and would like to do more advanced (and fun!) research projects, please consider enrolling in an independent study in the spring (MKTG 470).

I'm also looking for a teaching & research assistant for next semester to help with grading, data entry, research data collection & analysis, writing, etc.

There is university funding available for students who submit projects for consideration to the Undergraduate Scholars Program by Jan 22, so time is of the essence if you wish to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity!

In the past two years, CB scholars working with me 1-on-1 or in small groups have gotten to travel around Montana, as well as to conferences in San Diego and (we hope!) London, as well as working with groups such as the Bozeman Boulders Initiative.


Finally, the Development Committee of the Greater Gallatin Watershed Council is looking for a marketing intern for the spring semester.

Students who have successfully completed 341 should consider applying for a great hands-on fundraising & event planning experience with a local, science-based, non-profit organization!