On Thursday, November 14th, Phi Delta Epsilon, CA Theta, will be collaborating with CSUN's Student Organization for a Holistic Healing and Leadership (SOHHL) as they host Western University's panel of Osteopathic Medicine. We invite you to come along and join this meeting to get to learn more about the profession of Osteopathic Medicine and what it entails. This meeting will be held at California State University, Northridge in the Chaparral Hall building on the first floor in room 5127. We hope to see many of you there!
The first Thursday of this semester, August 26th at 6:30pm (sharp!) we will meet in the Balboa Room. The room has been changed for this week only while we attempt to find a more consistent location than at the dorms. Since this meeting is mandatory, remember to notify Andrew or Dany by 6:30pm Wednesday night if you are unable to attend. Contracts will be signed and the new attendance policy will be enforced; further details will be given at the meeting. If you have anything you would like anything to be added to the agenda, please submit those by 6:30pm Wednesday night as well.
We will have a committee meeting on Friday, July 30th at 1pm upstairs in the Matador Bookstore Complex, flyers and posters will be provided to you at this time. Please let Thanh know whether you will or will not make it by Friday, July 23rd. During this meeting we will go over advertising and planning for the lecture.
We will start advertising at the beginning of August. Everyone will sign up for locations to post and leave flyers in the community. Check your e-mail for a list of locations/contacts, and please e-mail back with the list of locations you'd like to be assigned to. Once we get a complete list, we'll distribute the posters and flyers accordingly. Flyers and posters will be provided at our next meeting, as well as an additional sign-up list for locations on-campus for posting and distributing flyers.
Any questions or concerns, give Thanh a call.
Update: The meeting has been postponed. More info will be available here or at the first general meeting of the semester.