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Which session was the most helpful to you?

  • answered 2016-08-24 13:42:22 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: Beginning a Swipes Chapter at Berkeley!
  • answered 2016-08-22 12:30:14 -0700
    Q: Which session was the most helpful to you?
    A: Sunday: Hearing from Maria Blandizzi, Dean of Students at UCLA
  • answered 2016-08-17 13:48:11 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: Talking to Dining (aramark) about swipes as a way to build trust with students
  • answered 2016-08-17 13:47:12 -0700
    Q: Which session was the most helpful to you?
    A: Sunday: Hearing from Maria Blandizzi, Dean of Students at UCLA
  • answered 2016-08-17 12:34:55 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: We would like to establish a Swipes guidebook for future leadership to reference when we leave
  • answered 2016-08-16 02:18:58 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: Understanding what to expect and how to best be prepared for having the necessary conversations in making Swipes a success on campus.
  • answered 2016-08-15 22:26:17 -0700
    Q: Which session was the most helpful to you?
    A: Sunday: Smaller groups, trouble shooting solutions. Or, hearing from other established chapters.
  • answered 2016-08-15 20:53:44 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: How to make food insecurity & student hunger appealing, relevant and important to our community; how to make it “everyone’s problem” and work on ways to work in a collaborative way.
  • answered 2016-08-15 20:50:09 -0700
    Q: Which session was the most helpful to you?
    A: Sunday: Hearing from Maria Blandizzi, Dean of Students at UCLA
  • answered 2016-08-15 16:28:39 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: The idea that I am most excited about is the idea of always challenging the UC school system regarding their dinning. It is always possible to work with your own school’s dinning common to start a Swipes out of hunger chapter or even improving a current chapter. I believe most if not all college campus would like the idea of a Swipes chapter, it is up to us to face the challenge and communicate with the proper authorities.
  • answered 2016-08-15 15:45:29 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: The importance of planning proposals and being organized to administration in order for them to be on board with your Swipes chapter.
  • answered 2016-08-15 15:40:02 -0700
    Q: Which idea or best practice did you walk away with that you're most excited to implement or further explore?
    A: —> Publicizing Swipes via other orgs or throughout the year, not just during/before drives

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