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Clayton State and Spivey Hall Featured on GPB TV's "GEORGIA TRAVELER" this Weekend
Clayton State University’s Spivey Hall will be featured on GPB TV’s “Georgia Traveler” Program this weekend, airing on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 6:30 p.m., followed by an encore on Sunday, Nov. 24, at 7 p.m.
According to Spivey Hall Executive & Artistic Director Sam Dixon…
“They filmed a great deal which will probably be reduced to but minutes and glimpses, and MAY include: Clayton State Division of Music staff accompanist Alex Benford playing the organ; Spivey Hall organ curator Tommy McCook (of Widener & Co.) explaining special features of the Albert Schweitzer Memorial Organ, created by Fratelli Ruffatti; me describing Spivey Hall’s origins, mission, and programming, and demonstrating our family of pianos (Emilie, Walter, Clara, and Bessie); an interview with Spivey Hall Children’s Choir artistic director Dr. Martha Shaw; and the Spivey Hall Tour Choir with conductor Dr. Shaw and assistant director/accompanist Judy Mason.”
Certainly a “must see.”
For more information, go to http://www.gpb.org/georgia-traveler/, or https://www.facebook.com/gpbgatraveler or Twitter @GeorgiaTraveler.
Kemboi to Compete in NCAA Division II National Cross Country Meet Saturday
Clayton State men’s cross country runner Job Kemboi will compete Saturday in the 2013 NCAA Division II National Championships in Spokane, Wash. The men’s 10K race will begin at 11:30 a.m., Pacific Time, and the championship will streamed live at http://www.ncaa.com/liveschedule.
Midnight Study Break, Dec. 1
The Campus Events Council and Student Government Association present Midnight Study Break on Sunday, Dec. 1, in the Student Activities Center, from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Stop by the Student Activities Center and receive assistance from tutors, a brain cell enhancing breakfast, stress relieving gym time and oxygen bar, a rejuvenating aqua massage, study support giveaways and more! Finals will not be able to stand a chance.
Secure Your Property
Public Safety has recently received reports of both personal and university property being missing or stolen from campus buildings. These reports, along with the beginning of the holiday season, prompt the need for a few security reminders.
All campus offices, storage rooms, and other work space areas should be locked when not in actual use. Just a brief absence to chat with a colleague or grab a cup of coffee could provide an opportunity for someone to gain unauthorized access to your office. Someone with prior knowledge of the location of items of value may only need seconds for entry and seizure of an IPad, cell phone, or other easily removable items.
The same advice is recommended for students in their residences. Most students have one or more roommates, and should ensure the safety of their personal space and property when absent.
Although you may trust your roommates, do you also know and trust every visitor to the residence?
Also, when you leave for the holidays, it is suggested to conduct an inventory of all property in your office or apartment that has significant value and either ensure it is adequately secured, or better yet, carry it with you.
These are just a few reminders that should be practiced routinely, and especially during extended absences.
State to Offer Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy
Georgia Tobacco Quit Line's has recently expanded its free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) medication support program. Free NRT and smoking cessation counseling services are now available statewide to adults ages 18 and older, regardless of health insurance status, while supplies last.
Join the Great American Smokeout and break free from tobacco. For more information about how to access this service in Clayton County, please contact Katrina Brantley, CCBOH Community Wellness Manager, at (678) 610-7428 or email@example.com.
Fairly Odd Players Fall Production, Nov. 22
The Fairly Odd Players’ fall student production, "Hush Little Celia, Don't Say a Word," will be taking place on Nov. 22 in room G132 (The Clayton State Theatre) of the Arts & Sciences Building, starting at 7:30 p.m.
This play was chosen by students, and is being starred by students, directed by students, and designed by students.
Brief synopsis: Celia doesn't speak. Her teachers want to know why. Her father is angry at her. Her psychologist wants to help her. But fellow student Todd only wants to get close to her. And, through persistence, bad poetry, and a bizarre audition for a production of Romeo and Juliet, he does. A gem of a play about love, psychology, and what happens to kids when they go unheard.
Auditions for Visual and Performing Arts Spring 2014 Production, Nov. 22
The Boys From Syracuse, a musical composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart
This 1938 musical comedy takes the audience on a zany journey of mishaps and mistaken identities as two sets of identical twins, all separated at birth, converge on the same town looking for love and family unity. The show is the source of many American Songbook hits.
DATE: Friday, Nov. 22
TIME: 2:10 p.m. to 5 p.m.
LOCATION: Music Education Building, Lower Level, Rooms 157 & 150
This audition is open to all current Clayton State students from all majors. Please prepare 16 bars of a musical theatre style song and you must provide sheet music for the accompanist. You may also be asked to learn and perform a dance combination.
Students being called back by Dr. Kurt-Alexander Zeller to sing or read for a specific role should pick up audition materials prior to the audition from Dr. Zeller on Mondays or Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m.
NOTE: Students cast in the production must register for and take the course MUSC 3570, Music Drama Workshop.
For questions, please contact Zeller at KurtZeller@clayton.edu or in the Music Education Building, #207
HUB Closing Early Today
The HUB will be celebrating the annual HUB Thanksgiving on Nov. 22. Walkup locations will close at 11 a.m. Phones will be closed from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Email will still be available
Men’s Basketball vs. Claflin, Nov. 23
The Clayton State men’s basketball team will return to action on Saturday, Nov. 23, hosting Claflin in their regular season home opener. Tip-off for Saturday’s game at the Athletics Center is 4 p.m.
Thanksgiving Meal at the Lakeside Dining Hall – Date Change to Nov. 26
The Thanksgiving-themed meal at the Lakeside Dining Hall has been rescheduled for next Tuesday, Nov. 26. We apologize for the date change. We hope you can make it next Tuesday to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and co-workers!
The Door price for lunch is $8.50 + tax, or a meal plan swipe. Thanksgiving lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Loch Shop Participating in the Help Us Crush Hunger Campaign, to Nov. 27
As part of Student Success/National Student Day, and just because we feel like it, The Loch Shop will be collecting donations for the Help Us Crush Hunger campaign now through Oct. 31. (That’s Crush, as in Orange Crush.) Donate a non-perishable food Item or laundered, gently-worn clothing and receive a 25 percent discount on gifts and clothing at The Loch Shop, through Oct. 31. (Discount does not apply to Clearance items.)
In addition, The Loch Shop will be collecting the names of each person who donates, and the person who donates the most items between now and Oct. 31 will win a special prize which will be announced at the Annual Loch Shop Costume Contest.
The clothing donations will stay on campus and be part of the Laker Locker and the food donations will go to a local food bank (TBD).
Auxiliary Services Operating Hours for Thanksgiving Break, Nov. 27 Through Dec. 1
Loch Shop and LakerCard Center
- Wednesday, Nov. 27, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
- Thursday-Friday: CLOSED
- Resume normal hours on Monday
- Lakeside Dining Hall
o Wed, Nov. 27: closes at 2 p.m.
o Re-opens Monday, Dec. 2. at 7:30 a.m.
o Wed, Nov. 27: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
o Thursday-Sunday: CLOSED
o Wed, Nov. 27: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
o Thursday-Sunday: CLOSED
o Wed-Saturday: CLOSED
o Sunday: open at 4:30 p.m. for dinner
- All other units CLOSED Wednesday – Sunday
- Resume normal hours Monday, Dec. 2
Actors Workshop, Nov. 30
For the first time, Hollywood Actress Ellia English, known for her role as “Aunt Helen” to Academy Award-winning actor Jamie Foxx’s “Jamie King” on “The Jamie Foxx Show" and “Mary Lou Wentz” on the Disney Channel sitcom “Good Luck Charlie” — will introduce her A.C.T.I.O.N Intensive Workshop to actors across the Southern Crescent and Metro Atlanta.
In this interactive, impactful workshop, the Georgia native will give aspiring actors insight on what it takes to make it in the entertainment industry. If you want to access, cultivate and integrate your acting skills into working on stage, television and film — this is the class for you.
A veteran for more than 20 years in the business, English is proficient in the acting techniques of Meisner, Stanislavski, Hagan and Chubbuck. She has trained with such greats as Allen Savage and Howard Fine — both renowned acting coached based in New York, as well as Ivanna Chubbuck, known as "the coach to Hollywood's A-list celebrities" — who's based in Los Angeles.
In addition, to the plethora of information and resources, students will also have the advantage to audition and receive one-on-one coaching from SoReal Productions founder and CEO Chris Scott, a 25 year veteran in theater and from New York. She has directed and produced scores of plays and musical production across Atlanta, New York and Washington D.C.
All actors, entertainers, or curious minds should attend this class. Atlanta is now becoming the epicenter for Hollywood's major productions and this workshop is just the place to show how to nail that audition and start working.
The workshop will be hosted Nov. 30, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., for more information (location and fees) please visit www.studiosatthegalaxy.com.
Clayton Community Big Band to Play in Spivey Hall, Dec. 2
The Clayton State University Department of Visual & Performing Arts presents the Clayton Community Big Band (CCBB) under the direction of Stacey Houghton, with Assistant Director Art Thompson, in “What's the Name of that Song?"
These selections from the American songbook will be presented on Monday, Dec. 2, in Spivey Hall at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.
After previous performances of jazz-related material, the Clayton Community Big Band under the direction of Stacey Houghton returns to classic selections from American popular song for its latest Spivey Hall offering. The preferences were all chosen from 50 golden years of American song history that spans from the turn of the 20th Century until the 1950s.
Each song is given a fresh instrumental treatment from some of the finest big band arrangers, featuring such settings as swing, Latin, ballad, and contemporary rhythms. Such melodies as I Love You, All The Things You Are, and Bye Bye Blackbird have been cherished by many generations, and the CCBB presents its arrangements in full assurance that current audiences will also love these classic melodies.
SBDC Starting a Business Workshop, Dec. 3
SBDC will hold its next Starting a Business Workshop on Tuesday, Dec. 3, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., in the Natural and Behavioral Sciences Building, room 139.
If you are considering starting a small business, this workshop is a crucial first step.
Topics for discussion include:
* traits of successful entrepreneurs
* market research
* legal structures for your business
* estimating start-up costs & cash flow projections
* financing alternatives
* business failure factors
* business planning
Since lack of planning is one of the top reasons new businesses fail, attending this comprehensive workshop may be one of the most important decisions you make prior to opening your business.
A detailed business start-up book, "How to Start A Business: A Guide for Georgia Entrepreneurs", and other handouts are provided.
Clayton State students and staff receive 50 percent off registration; contact Heather Chaney at firstname.lastname@example.org for the discount code. Or, receive 50 percent off each additional person with the purchase of one registration at full price, $69. All registrations must be made at the same time in order to receive this discount. This discount cannot be combined or used with any other discount or coupon. For more information, please contact Chaney at (678) 466-5100.
City of Morrow Gearing Up for Annual Family Christmas Event, Dec. 7
On Saturday, Dec. 7, the Morrow Business & Tourism Association and Events By Mete’Dela will present the City of Morrow’s Annual Christmas in the Park Tree Lighting Celebration at Milton Daniel City Hall Park (1500 Morrow Rd.) from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Like years past, Christmas in the Park will feature various activities for the whole family such as live entertainment, food, vendors, children’s activities, and a tree lighting ceremony.
“That special time of year is drawing near and we are preparing to continue Morrow’s holiday tradition of sponsoring a family-friendly event to celebrate Christmas,” says Michael Sakowitz Twomey, president of Morrow Business & Tourism Association. “We are thrilled to work with Events by Mete’Dela to help us make this year’s Christmas in the Park the best it’s ever been. I’m confident that Morrow residents will be pleased.”
Events by Mete’Dela’s founder, Melinda Brundidge explained, “City of Morrow’s Annual Christmas in the Park Tree Lighting Celebration will have something for children and adults alike. There will be plenty of great food and holiday treats to indulge in. Families can sing their favorite Christmas carols together with featured gospel choirs. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus will greet children and pose for pictures. Various vendors will be available so attendees can do some holiday shopping. And, residents can enjoy the sights and sounds of Christmas by viewing a live nativity scene and beautiful Christmas decorations of City Hall Park.”
The annual event will also feature live entertainment. In addition to a having a live band and various gospel choirs, Christmas in the Park will feature renowned recording artists. Singer Gwen Hughes, who is heralded as Atlanta’s Institution due to her expressive voice and stage presence, will perform at this year’s event. And, legendary Jazz musician, Theresa Hightower, will grace the stage as one of Atlanta’s greatest talents.
Christmas in the Park will conclude with a beautiful tree lighting ceremony at 7:30 p.m.
Third Annual Spivey Hall Children's Choir Silent Auction
The Third Annual Spivey Hall Children's Choir Silent Auction is now live on line at http://www.spiveyhallchildrenschoir.org/annual-tour-choir-silent-auction/
You can “buy it now” on line, or come to Spivey Hall on Saturday, Dec. 7, starting at 6 p.m., to bid on your favorite items. All proceeds support the Spivey Hall Children’s Choir program.
Southern Crescent Symphony Concert, Dec. 13
The Southern Crescent Symphony, conducted by Clayton State Assistant Professor of Music Dr. Richard Bell, along with the Rick Massengale Trio, will present a Christmas concert on Friday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m., at the Fayetteville First United Methodist Church.
The program will include Christmas favorites performed by the orchestra and the jazz trio along with a sing-a-long of Christmas Carols. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students. Proceeds will benefit the Breast Cancer Survivors Network. The church is located at 175 East Lanier Ave., Fayetteville.
Drs. Howell and Zeller Participating in Peach State Opera Performance, Jan. 11
Clayton State University professors Dr. Christina Howell, performing the role of Despina, and Dr. Kurt-Alexander Zeller, director, are both involved in Peach State Opera's upcoming performance of Mozart's Cosi fan tutte, being performed locally at the Avondate First Baptist Church, 47 Covington Rd., Avondale Estates, Ga., at 3 p.m. on Jan. 11, 2014.
Ticket prices are $22 (adult general admission), $20 senior (over 60), $10 students (including college students with ID) and are available at the door or at the website: www.peachstateopera.org.
Clayton State to Launch Digital Film Technician Certificate Program in February 2014
The Center for Continuing Education at Clayton State University will be launching a new program in February 2014 that will have a major impact on individuals, economic development and a growing industry in metro Atlanta… and provide another way to make dreams real.
The Digital Film Technician Certificate program is a two-course program with day and evening classes that is designed to introduce students to production of digital media and film. Digital Film Tech Training I, scheduled to launch on Feb. 18, 2014 for the evening course and Mar. 3, 2014 for the day course, is designed for students with no background in digital media, as well as those students with some experience or coursework in the field. Digital Film Tech II, which will start in the summer of 2014, is a follow-up course designed to help students achieve a level of film/media production skills that will promote employability and/or the ability to become independent contractors.
Both courses are designed, and will be taught by, Barton Bond, who comes to Clayton State from New Mexico with 45 years of experience working in electronic media, the last 25 years being teaching on the college level.
Loch Shop News
Shop for the Holidays at ClaytonStateGear
Looking for a unique gift for the holidays? Consider logging on to www.claytonstategear.com, where you can literally get one-of-kind Clayton State-themed gifts. Everything from golf equipment to tailgating items to bleacher chairs.
More Deals from The Loch Shop
We’ve added additional items to our Loch Shop Clearance Sale! Come by and see the new discounted styles. Look for the stickers – Orange is $5, Yellow is $10, Pink is $15 and Green is $20.
Just arrived – looking for a new hoodie? Do we have a deal for you. Buy the sweatshirt for $29.99, get the matching t-shirt for $5 (normally a $50 value). This deal is too good to pass up!
There’s a free Clayton State mug promotion, valid through Dec. 26, 2013, on www.claytonstategear.com.
Campus Late Night Study Options
Finals are coming up and so is late-night studying! Just in time for finals, the Lecture Hall and Natural Behavioral Sciences buildings will be open for late-night studying Monday through Thursday until 2 a.m., through Dec. 6.
Health and Fitness Management Physical Activities Courses
The Department of Health and Fitness Management is bringing physical activities courses back to Clayton State, starting with the spring 2014 semester.
The courses will be taught by coaches Daniele Rector and Dennis Cox… walking, jogging, physical conditioning, weight training, and introduction to basket ball (if there’s anybody who can introduce you to basketball…)
The courses all have the HFMG prefix. Go to http://apps.clayton.edu/courses/schedule/201402/subject/H and scroll down the page to see all of the spring offerings.
Clayton State Needs Input on the QEP
Clayton State is developing its Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), and we will be exploring community engagement and its impact on student learning.
How can you help?
We need your input as a member of our University community. In this survey, we are asking for your feedback on questions about kinds of community engagement activities, as well as some of the barriers and motivators for these kinds of activities. Your input will greatly assist the development team in planning combinations of community engagement with courses in ways that will be flexible, worthwhile, and beneficial to your learning.
This brief survey is completely anonymous. At the end of the survey, you will be given the option to participate in a drawing for one of three $25 gift cards donated by The Loch Shop.
Survey link: https://claytonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9yFyVesjmPCVr6d
The survey will remain available until Monday Dec. 2.
Please contact the QEP Steering Committee Chair, Dr. Antoinette Miller (email@example.com) with any questions, and thank you!
Full, Second Short, and MBA Only Student Evaluations of Instruction
Please complete the course and instructor evaluations for FULL, SESSION II, and MBA classes by Tuesday, Nov. 26 (the evaluation surveys will be available on the SWAN beginning today)
For each class you are taking, there is one online survey which combines the course and the instructor(s) questions. The evaluations give Clayton State University valuable feedback regarding the curriculum and the instruction that you receive. This survey data is used to improve courses, to evaluate the instructors, and to satisfy accreditation requirements.
Your instructor may set aside time for the evaluations. If no time is set aside, please complete the evaluations on your own by going to the SWAN portal, clicking the MY COURSES tab and locating the COURSE SURVEY channel. Your courses will be listed. Click on the course title to open the survey for that course. In order for the survey to be complete you must enter a response to ALL required questions and click the SUBMIT button at the bottom of the survey. Please note, there is also an option to opt out of each evaluation by clicking on a button at the bottom of the survey. Students who do not complete the surveys will not be able to view their grades in those classes until Dec. 23.
The department heads and instructors only receive the summary data of the class’s comments after grades become final. Students’ names are not connected in any way to the evaluations.
Have You Registered for Spring 2014?
If not, please plan to register this week! New students are coming to orientation on Nov. 23, and as a continuing student, it is important that you get the classes you need to continue on your journey to graduation!
If you have not already met with your advisor, please do so as soon as possible. Also, check to see if you have any other holds that will prevent you from registering this week. The registration and tuition/fee payment deadline is Dec. 12, 2013.
Make Your Refund Selection Through Higher One
You don’t want your financial aid refund to be delayed. If you’ve not done so, make your selection through Higher One right away! If you have a refund selection from previous semesters, you’re set.
President Hynes Announces "Making Things Better" Awards
Great work deserves recognition. Individuals who make differences in the lives of people at Clayton State University and the community we serve are the source of our strength and pride. Success should inspire even greater success.
Accordingly, the President’s “Making Things Better” Awards recognize great work by our colleagues. Awards are made via an annual nomination and review process. Up to six, $500 cash awards are given annually, generously funded by the Clayton State University Foundation.
Any member of the Clayton State community may make a nomination, and an eligible nominee can be an individual, or any group of people, drawn from Clayton State faculty, staff and/or students.
Any nominee (whether an individual or a group) is eligible for only one $500 award per annual award cycle. Nominees may be made in multiple years; however, winners of the President’s “Making Things Better” Awards are excluded from the award for the next two award cycles.
For more information, go to the official The President’s “Making Things Better” Awards website at http://www.clayton.edu/makingthingsbetter.
“We do hope that you will go to the Web Site listed here for more information,” says Hynes. “We also hope that you will nominate colleagues you believe help make things better here at Clayton State. And thanks as always for all you do.”
A Reminder on Parking Lot Changes
Campus communications have been disseminated advising of the new Science Building construction impact on parking lots and roadways. Now that the changes are in place, this is a reminder that a large section of parking Lot D has been designated for faculty and staff only. There are signs at each end of these sections, but many student vehicles are still being parked there.
Our officers are paying attention to this lot as well as the part of Lot G that was redesignated for students only. Citations will be issued for those parking in violation of the designated signage.
We realize that the construction significantly impacts parking on campus, but also want to remind everyone of the availability of open parking in Lots K and L near the tennis courts. These lots were surveyed at peak times this week, and had minimal occupancy.
Also, now that Snelling Drive will used as the primary route to access the back side of campus, please use caution and adhere to the established speed limit when using this roadway. Also, watch for pedestrians walking along Snelling to and from Lot E as well as those crossing to access the pathway to Clayton State East.
How to get Around the Science Building Construction
Construction of the new science building on campus will begin on or about Nov. 8, 2013. The site of the construction will be the areas currently occupied by the faculty/staff parking lot (across from the LAB) and parking lot F. However, part of parking lot F will be restored after completion of the construction.
Here is a summary of the major impacts and changes to campus parking lots and roadways during the construction, and, even if you’re not one of those people to whom a picture is worth a thousand words, here’s a link to the campus map that also illustrates the changes…
Parking lot impacts
· A section of parking lot D will be designated for faculty/staff parking only to accommodate for those parking spaces affected by the construction.
· The disability parking row that is currently in the faculty/staff parking lot will be relocated to the D lot.
· Parking lot F will be closed during construction. Additional construction vehicles will park along the fence line in lot L near the tennis courts.
· A section of parking lot G will be designated for student parking only to accommodate for those parking spaces affected by the construction.
· Parking will remain available in lot E for faculty, staff, and students.
· Caldwell Drive will be closed from public use for incoming traffic just past the first entrance to parking lot D (across from Arts and Sciences Building). Traffic will be detoured through lot D at that point.
· Caldwell Drive will also be closed from public use for outgoing traffic from the G and H lots. All traffic to and from lots G and H must use Snelling Drive.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused by the construction of the science building, but with any new development, some disruption is unavoidable. However, we always try to minimize the impact on daily life as much as possible.
Good News Lakers – Spring 2014
Clayton State Payment Plan for spring 2014 — Go to
http://www.mycollegepaymentplan.com/clayton for more information.
Early registration begins Nov. 4, 2013.
GAIE Logo Design Contest Now Open
It’s time for the Georgia Association of International Educators (GAIE) to update its logo, one of the initiatives of the current executive board – and there’s a design contest with a prize of $250!
Participants can review the details and guidelines at: http://gaieinfo.blogspot.com Click in the upper left corner on “GAIE Logo Contest”
The deadline for submissions is by midnight on Dec. 31, 2013.
After the deadline, members of the GAIE planning committee will select four to six finalists based on creativity, impact, and adherence to contest guidelines. The finalist images will then be voted upon by the full GAIE membership (nearly 600 individuals) via an online poll. The winning design will be unveiled at the GAIE Bi-State Conference in Chattanooga, Tenn., in February 2014. The winner will be notified and will receive a $250 gift card (subject to USCIS regulations regarding compensation in the event an international student’s design is selected).
First Lego League Volunteers Needed
Many of you have expressed interest in helping Clayton State University Host the 2013 First Lego League Super Regionals on Jan. 11, 2014. The event will be held in Clayton State University's University Center again and it is an all-day event.
Below, you will find two websites that can give you a great deal of information on this year's topic "Nature's Fury," how the topic will be integrated into this season, and Georgia's calendar regarding the season.
Some of you have volunteered before, so you know how much effort and preparation is required to host the event well. We will need a plethora of volunteers this year and help in fundraising and advertising. We have a great set of sub-topic leaders returning to get us moving forward, but there is plenty of work to do.
We hope to start subcommittee meetings in October and offering judge/referee trainings in November in preparation. Attached is a Doodle poll to assist in helping us put persons in volunteer areas that meet their interests. We hope that this will simplify the scheduling process by allowing the separate subcommittees to set meeting schedules once the subs are identified.
The website for this year’s FLL topic:
The website for Georgia's events:
You have initiated a poll "FIRST LEGO LEAGUE SUBCOMMITTEE INTEREST AREA" at Doodle. The link to your poll is:
For more information, contact Jarrett Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org. He also has a listing of the support positions needed.