This is the master document for organizing visit day.
Since the wiki is public we won’t post the list of admits here. Write Eddie and he will send them. email@example.com.
7:00pm-10:00pm – Queen’s Head Pub
9am-10am – SEAS introductions
10am-11:40am – Lab tours & demos (20 minute slots + 5 minute transition)
11:40am-12:30pm – Lunch with posters & booths
12:30pm-2pm+ – Faculty meetings
2pm-5pm – SEAS/GSLC break room, MD 119
2pm-3pm – Ice cream
3pm-4pm – Open time (Faculty meetings, Harvard Square)
4pm-4:30pm – Mitzenmacher explains it all for you in MD 221
4:30pm-5:30pm – CS grad student panel in MD 123
5:30-6:30pm – Appetizers w/SEAS @ Queen’s Head
6:30-9:00pm – Dinner @ John Harvard’s
We have a reservation for 25 at John Harvard’s at 6:30pm. We do NOT have the private room.
9:00-?:00?m – Harvard Square bars+pubs
10:00-??:?? – Brunch with SEAS
After – Events w/SEAS (Harvard Tour?)
Lab demos will be 20 minutes in length, with 5 minute transitions between session. There is a 100 minute time block for demos, allowing for 4 demo time blocks. There will be 3 parallel demo tracks.
Lab demo captains are in charge of preparing the demo for their lab and preparing a small team to help present during visit day. Faculty are encouraged to help present lab demos.
Friday (March 9) demos 10:00-11:40am.
|Start||Track 1||Track 2||Track 3|
Each lab will give a 15 min dry run of their demo to Eddie on Wednesday, March 7th between 2pm and 4pm. All students in the department are invited to join this lightning tour of our labs.
Pao is in charge of organizing ice cream.
This is happening Friday @2pm. We want Toscanini’s ice cream.
|3:00||Robobees lab tour, meet with Karthik in 2nd floor lounge|
Bo is in charge of organizing the grad student panel.
The grad student panel will hold a QA session with prospective students in the absence of faculty. It is 4:30-5:30pm. We would like an even mix of junior and senior graduate students participating.
Pao is in charge of organizing ambassadors.
Ambassadors will be general purpose representatives of the department on visit day. Duties might include seeking out lost students and physically talking to them, staffing an information booth, pretending to be excited about research and life in general, etc.
Student hosts are in charge of contacting students and helping them schedule meetings with faculty. Bryan is in charge of organizing student hosts.
David and Bryan are in charge of organizing student fun.
Student fun minions will be going out to have fun with students on Thursday and/or Friday night, and should preferably become more amiable after a drink or two.
All students are welcome!
All students are welcome!