021120 CSCE Monthly Dinner Meeting at Quinnipiac University
Co-Sponsors: CSCE Legislative Affairs Committee and ASCE Student Chapter at Quinnipiac University
Topic: Raise Your Emotional Intelligence, Lower Your Stress
This dinner meeting topic is intended to be fun, try-this-at-home learning that will stretch people’s views, build group cohesion, and increase everyone’s ability to listen to and support one another effectively. During this evening, participants will:
- Fully engage in connecting with others with The Bolder Company’s Learn It-Do It-Own It approach
- Understand the importance of relationships in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry (it’s really a people business, isn’t it?)
- Learn strategies to notice, pause, and step back from unproductive conflict, blaming and high-charge emotions to make room for teamwork that gets the job done
Also, at this meeting, some Connecticut Chapters of Engineers Without Borders USA will give a short presentation about their latest efforts. Engineers Without Borders USA collaborates with communities in more than 40 countries through its International Community Program. Two hundred seventy-five (275) chapters across the United States partner directly with communities to meet their self-identified needs. In Connecticut, the Hartford Professional and Yale University Chapters are working on water projects in Tanzania, the New Haven and New London Professional Chapters are working on water or sanitation projects in Nicaragua, and the University of Connecticut Chapter is working on sanitation with a community in Peru. In addition to joining Connecticut chapters of EWB-USA, civil engineers can explore volunteer opportunities as project reviewers, technical resource persons, or other roles. We invite attendees of this meeting to take a few minutes to meet with chapter representatives and learn more about the challenging and rewarding work that EWB-USA volunteers are doing.
Ellen Ornato and Jenny Drescher from the Bolder Company
5:30-6:30 p.m. (Social Hour), 6:30-7:30 p.m. (Dinner), 7:30 p.m. (Program)
Quinnipiac University, North Haven Campus, Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Multipurpose Room, MNH-105, 370 Bassett Road, North Haven, CT 06473
Directions to North Haven Campus
From I-91 - Take I-91 North to Exit 12 (Washington Avenue). Turn right onto Route 5/Washington Avenue, and follow for 1.5 miles. Turn right onto Bradley Street. Continue straight through the Bassett Road intersection. The entrance to campus is directly ahead.
From I-95 - Take I-95 to I-91 North. Drive 8.6 miles to Exit 12 (Washington Avenue). Turn right onto Route 5/Washington Avenue, and follow for 1.5 miles. Turn right onto Bradley Street. Continue straight through the Bassett Road intersection. The entrance to campus is directly ahead.
For more detailed driving directions to the North Haven Campus, view the campus map:
Parking: Please click here for an image of the campus map. Once you arrive at Quinnipiac, please follow the signs for the parking garage, which is labeled as P-G on the map and is located between Buildings 3 & 4, and park there. Signage will direct visitors from the garage to the meeting. The dinner meeting will be in the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (MNH -105), which is in Building 2 on the map, but it is located near the entrance where Buildings 1 & 2 join together.
CSCE Members: $40
Unemployed CSCE Members: Free
Full-Time Students: $10
ASCE Members who are not CSCE Members: $45
Reservations received and accepted after midnight on February 4th, will incur a $10 additional fee.
Payment is required with registration unless other arrangements are made. CSCE cannot give refunds after the final dinner order has been placed.
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Table Top Sponsor - $100 - Table signs with your company logo on each dinner table
Flyer Sponsor - $250 - Your company logo on event promotional emails and upcoming events flyer distributed at dinner meeting
Social Hour Sponsor - $1000 - Your company logo will be included on meeting promotional material and signage recognizing your sponsorship will be displayed at the social hour.
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Please consider a donation to the CSCE scholarship fund to help civil engineering students at universities in Connecticut. All donations will help students in need. To make a donation to CSCE, please click on the following link: