Community and Regional Planning Graduate Student Club (CRP Grad Club)

Academic - Design

Description

This club is an organization established by the graduate students in the Department of Community and Regional Planning. Our meetings are geared toward professional advancement, as we typically incorporate associated lectures and discussions. We also organize social events with faculty and students, and promote attendance and participation at professional meetings and conferences in the planning field.

Affiliations

This organization has no affiliations.

Constitution / Tier

File 1402269723.pdf
Tier Student Organization - Registered

Membership Information

Student Members 11
ISU Members 9
Non-ISU Members 17
Allowed Members This club is an organization established by the graduate students in the Department of Community and Regional Planning. Our meetings are geared toward professional advancement, as we typically incorporate associated lectures and discussions. We also organ
Allowed Officers President, Vice President, Treasurer, Communications Coordinator, APA Iowa Student Representative
Membership Qualifications This club is an organization established by the graduate students in the Department of Community and Regional Planning. Our meetings are geared toward professional advancement, as we typically incorporate associated lectures and discussions. We also organize social events with faculty and students, and promote attendance and participation at professional meetings and conferences in the planning field.
Membership Restrictions None.
Elections/Selection All officer terms, except Communications Coordinator, run January-December. Elections for these positions are held in the second half of the Fall semester. Communications Coordinator is elected at first meeting of each academic year, should be filled by a first year student, and runs through the academic year.
Meetings Meetings will be held at least monthly, unless upcoming or ongoing organization activities require more frequent meetings. Meetings time and location will be established based on feedback from members as to their respective schedules, to allow for the most convenient time for the majority of members.

Description of Regular Meetings/Activities

This club is an organization established by the graduate students in the Department of Community and Regional Planning. Our meetings are geared toward professional advancement, as we typically incorporate associated lectures and discussions. We also organize social events with faculty and students, and promote attendance and participation at professional meetings and conferences in the planning field. Meetings will be held at least monthly, unless upcoming or ongoing organization activities require more frequent meetings. Meetings time and location will be established based on feedback from members as to their respective schedules, to allow for the most convenient time for the majority of members.

Description of Special Events

Special events are planned based on members' interests.