FGM November 9, 2009. Agenda. Welcome! Roberts Rules of Order (from CSES) Executive Reports Questions Motions Announcements. Roberts Rules of Order. . ‘One’ Finger – Start talking on a new subject. This will start a new speakers list once the current topic has been finished.
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November 9, 2009
‘One’ Finger – Start talking on a new subject.
This will start a new speakers list once the current topic has been finished.
ie: currently discussing EngFrosh and want to ask about DUSTED
‘Two’ Fingers – Discuss current point.
This adds you to the current speakers list and you will be called upon when it is your turn.
ie: currently discussing EngFrosh and want to keep talking about EngFrosh
‘Three’ Fingers – Discussion is circular and should end.
This will tell the chair that no new points are being raised and the discussion should move to a new topic. Alternate rule is the Cutter Hand Wave.
ie: people have said EngFrosh is cool 6 times in a row
‘Middle’ Fingers – You can’t hear the person speaking.
This will tell the chair that you can’t hear the person that is currently talking. They will then be asked to speak up.
ie: someone is mumbling, give them the finger and they should speak up
.‘Pinky’ Finger – Point of Order, Point of Personal Privilege or Point of Information.
May interrupt at any point in time by raising the pinky and yelling the point of *blank* you want to raise. Order is when the chair is not following the proper procedure, Personal Privilege is when you feel insulted or unduly targeted and Information is when you don’t understand something like an short form.
ie: question period or voting isn’t conducted properly, Point of Order
ie: someone writes a pie motion because you’re ugly, Point of Personal Privilege.
ie: you don’t know what CSES stands for, Point of Information to find out.
Lindsay Los out
Marcel Campbell in
Christa Sexauer out
1st-year reps in
Matt Baldisera out
Student Aerospace Forum (SAF)
Canadian Space Summit (CSS)
Currently working with CuSEDS dude to make sure hotels, transportation and all that jazz is dealt with
30 students (from CMAS/ CuSEDS)
Looks like a good time
Will be using most of budget on this; reimbursement for CMAS members ONLY
Hoping to start collecting resumes in the very, very near future
Hoping to have all resumes collected before Christmas
Mail out in January
Canadian Student Summit on Aerospace (CSSA)
Usually in February
Was cancelled last year
What’s been done so far:
What’s going to happen:
1. MAAE 2700 – Engineering Materials
2. MAAE 3300 – Fluid Mechanics II
3. MAAE 3202 – Mechanics of Solids II
4. MAAE 3004 – Dynamics of Machinery
5. MAAE 4102 – Materials: Strength and Fracture
6. MAAE 3901 – Mech & Aero Engineering Lab
Problems identified after last election
Current elections process can leave valuable, experienced individuals without roles
Certain positions require specific skill sets
Committee formed to examine possibilities
President, VP Internal, VP External, Publications
Met several times over summer and fall
Numerous possibilities considered
Preferred solutions identified
Drafted proposed constitutional amendments
Candidates may run for up to two (2) offices
Candidates indicate preferred office to Elections Officer
Determines which office candidate fills in case he/she wins both
Allows members to elect best candidate for each office while lowering risk of losing valuable experience
Candidates require interview with current Tech
Require signature of either current Tech or President