Region G News / RG Update

Bids for Region G Conference 2014

Hello SWE Region G Collegiate Sections:
 It’s that time of year to submit bids for hosting the 2014 Region G Conference!  The 2013 Region G Conference will be hosted by the Carnegie Mellon University on March 1-3, 2013 where we will decide on the location of the 2014 conference.
Hosting a SWE Regional Conference is a great opportunity for professional and collegiate sections as well as MAL’s to feature their SWE leadership, engineering community, and hometown charm.  It can even be a fundraising event for your section!  In the past Region G conferences have been attended by over 200 members from multiple SWE regions.
The following schedule outlines the bid submittal and selection process:
Bid Process Deadlines:
·         February 15 – Bid Presentations & Cover Sheet due to Governor at

·         February 22 – Governor returns Bid Presentations & Cover Sheet with comments

 ·         February 28 – Final Bid Presentations & Cover Sheet due to Governor
·         March 2 – Bid presentations presented at Region Conference in Pittsburgh during the Joint Meeting.
The Bid Presentation Guidelines are posted on the Region G Dropbox and are attached to this email.  For questions please contact Jessica Rannow at .
I hope you get inspired by the great SWE members that have hosted Region G Conferences!  Hosting a SWE Region G Conference is a great and rewarding leadership opportunity.  So go ahead and get your support group together and send your 2014 Region G Conference bid presentation!
We look forward to receiving your bids and selecting our next conference location!
Thank you!


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