NEW RFP: Grants of up to $100 for use at mannUfactory will be awarded to teams in supporting the Body Positive Cornell project for Spring 2019. Submissions due by February 28, 2019 at 9AM to email@example.com. Maximum 2 pages (single spaced) and should include:
Budget and Justification *What will the money be used for? Why?
Timeline *When will it be used by?
Quality of proposal (1 low < 5 high)
Confidence in Design (1<5) of Proposal
Confidence in Functionality (1<5) of Idea
Confident in the Team (1<5)
Excitement About the Project
References (1-2 per team) *Provide email addresses.
Homework for Discussion on March 5 and March 7 2019:
Review the Introduction to OCHA: https://www.unocha.org/about-us/who-we-are.
Review the World Humanitarian Data and Trends 2018, figure 2 ‘Humanitarian needs’; figure 8 ‘Protracted crises’; figure 10 ‘Protection of health-care facilities’. *Reports can be accessed through www.unocha.org/datatrends2018. Navigate to “resources at the bottom of the page” and then you will be able to select “Read the report” for the 2018 edition, and “Past reports” for the 2016 edition
Review the World Humanitarian Data and Trends 2016, figure 8 ‘A country in need’. *Report can be accessed through www.unocha.org/datatrends2018. Navigate to “resources at the bottom of the page” and then you will be able to select “Read the report” for the 2018 edition, and “Past reports” for the 2016 edition
Ensure you have a headset with microphone and Zoom setup on your computer. Do a Zoom test prior to the start of the class period on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 at https://zoom.us/test.
Follow Blackboard updates for specific Zoom details for the Tuesday, March 5, 2019 session with the UN.
Review the biography provided in class in preparation for the Tuesday, March 5, 2019 Zoom class with the UN.
Review the HEC Case (under Homework on Blackboard).
Be ready to present with your team in class on Thursday, March 7, 2019 for feedback.
Homework for the start of class on Thursday, April 11, 2019:
Revise/edit your HEC case submissions based on the feedback provided. Please submit your updated work via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review the schedule for Celebration and identify a minimum of one session that you will be able to attend and be interested in presenting a recap to class.
Homework for the start of class on Tuesday, April 16, 2019:
Attend Celebration at Cornell (make sure to pick-up your registration badge at The Statler Lobby prior to going to the session you plan on attending)
After attending a minimum of one session (during class time or another if another option suits your interests more), complete the reflection on Blackboard under Class Preparation Submissions (respond to the prompts accordingly).
Be ready to present your recap of Celebration in class on Tuesday (on Blackboard).
Be ready to discuss the GSBDC case in class on Tuesday (on Blackboard).