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ICA WEEKLY REPORT

Date: 3/29/15

Name:
Annie Huang

Neighborhood: North (Mason Hall)

Wing/Letter Team: MASP team

Choose Hall/Complex

Focused Outreach
Please summarize the contact and interactions you had with students this week. The following are some questions to guide your completion of
this section.
This list should not include your interactions with first year students. Please use document interactions with first year
students in MAP-Works.
With whom did you interact this week? What is your best estimation of their racial/ethnic/national background? Describe other aspects
of their identity in your description of the interaction if applicable. Where did the interaction take place?
Did you make a referral to campus resources? Please name resource in description if you select other.
What was the nature, depth, or intensity of your conversation? Was your interaction a follow-up to a previous interaction?
Describe the interaction in terms of the overall focus of the interaction, need for follow-up, and other factors related to the students
academic and social success.
For Nature: C:Casual
S:Significant interaction
X: Conflict management
R: Referral
F: Follow up from previous
visit
.
For Referral: please indicate which resource office, program, or student group to which you referred the student
For R/E: What is your best estimation of students racial/ethnic identity use following letters for different designated identities:
I: International student
A: Asian Pacific American
B: Black/African American
L: Latino
N: Native American
W: White
M: Mulit-racial
O: Other
Last Name

Kara

Rm # /
Floor
200

Natur
e
C

Referr
al
/

Lijun

338

Hayley

348

MRULE,
LRC

M/L

First Name

R/E

Shen

Steele
Yuwen
Yin
Proulx

Monica

148

What we talked about


Talked about classes, plans for the summer, about
March Madness
I gave her a Taiwanese pineapple cake. I spoke to her in
Chinese. We talked about cultural differences between
Asia and America.
Visited my room and asked about advice for making
long lasting relationships with other people and about
pressure from parents.
Met Yuwen in the Mason study lounge and invited her
to dinner with me afterwards. Invited her to come to
MRULE with me sometime.
Talked about classes, plans for the summer, about
ballroom dance competitions and balancing that with
school

Dominguez
Nelson

Raven
Chelsea

040
022

/
S

/
/

L
W

Wasnt in her room


Visited Chelsea, listened to her dreams about vet
school and her love for animals.

If you have more interactions than the lines provided, please copy and paste more rows.

ELO Reflection
(If you IMPLEMENTED this ELO, complete all green and white boxes. If you SUPPORTED this ELO, complete the white boxes
only)
Date & Time:
ELO Theme/Title:

Location:

# of Participants:

Please describe the goals and learning outcomes for the ELO, as well as provide a brief description of the event itself.

1) Please rate your estimation of the diversity at this ELO. Enter numeral rating:
Comments?

Excellent (4) Population is fully diverse in


terms of gender, nationality, major, age,
racial/ethnic
background,
and
across
neighborhood
while
interacting
across
difference.

Good (3) Good level of Fair (2) Some diversity Poor (1) Participants
diversity in terms of of
race/ethnicity
and were mostly from the
gender, nationality, major, gender.
International same identity
age,
racial/ethnic students present but not background. Little or no
background, and across engaging in activity.
racial/ethnic and national
neighborhood.
diversity.
2) Please rate your estimation of the intentionality and engagement at this ELO. Enter numeral rating:
Comments?

Excellent (4) ELO was well organized, clearly


communicated, highly active, and engaging.
Implementers got most of the students
participating and the dialogue /activity moved
smoothly. Environment is very welcoming.

Good (3) ELO was


organized,
well
communicated,
and
engaging. Many students
participated.
Implementers
knew
names
and
were

Fair (2) The ELO was


somewhat organized, but
the
implementers
struggled
to
get
participants to engage
fully. Participants seemed
to feel uncomfortable.

Poor (1) The ELO


seemed
disorganized,
and/or the participants
were not engaged in the
discussion/activity.
The
event
space
was
unwelcoming.

welcoming
to
new
students.
3) (FOR RTD ELO only) Please rate your estimation of the quality of the discussion at this ELO. Enter numeral rating:
Comments?

Excellent (4) ELO achieved its stated Good (3) The ELO achieved Fair (2) The ELO addressed Poor (1) The ELO did not
learning
outcomes.
Implementers most of its stated learning the learning outcomes, but address
the
learning
respectfully solicited and explored outcomes and implementers the
implementers
were outcomes
or
controversial ideas and perspectives. facilitated good conversation unable
to
incorporate implementers
did
not
Participants
felt
appropriately where diversity of thought differing ideas (group think create
an
open
challenged and that they learned was
expressed. occurred).
environment.
something. Conversations continued Conversations continued after
after the event.
the event.
4) How did your team prepare for this ELO, and did you see benefits from this preparation? What was positive and what
needed improvement?

5) Please rate your estimation of the other wing of your letter teams participation, engagement, and support at this ELO.
Enter numeral rating:
Comments?
Excellent (4) Letter team came to Good (3) Letter team came to Fair (2) Letter team came to Poor
(1)

Letter
team
the session, arrived on time, the session, arrived on time, the ELO late and/or did not members did not show up to
brought residents and engaged and brought residents.
bring residents with them.
support the program.
actively in the ELO without taking
over the event.

ICA-Related Meeting Reflection


Examples: C-TEELO, TEELO, Neighborhood, All-Staff, ELO-Planning/Reflection Meetings, One-on-ones
Meeting
C-TEELO
Team
meeting

Date/Time/Loca
tion
Union (6:158:30)
Union 8:30-9:30

What did you Take-Away from this meeting?


The struggles undocumented students have to face, as well as the debate on whether they should qualify
for in-state tuition or not.
Sat with Rhyan and Kani after the TEELO at the Union food court to talk about ideas for the next ELO.

Team Assessment
I am most encouraged by
on my:
WORK/Wing
Team

LETTER/Bird
Team

Building Team

I am most concerned by

(Be sure to answer both)

when I reflect

I am most encouraged by how well our small MASP team communicate and work together well; we talk often
on GroupMe. I am most concerned by how often we meet in person and I am encouraging us to do so more
often.

I am most encouraged by Rhyans positivity in everything he does, especially on the job. I am concerned by
his focus because he has to balance both his part time job, being an iCA, his classes, and his med school
plans! Hes a great guy, Im hoping hes able to destress often.

I am most encouraged by the service we do to assist Allen Neighborhood Center. I am most concerned by the
proximity of the community service locations from campus.

Personal Reflection and Work Load


Provide a brief statement of how you are doing in class, on the job, and personally. Also, in reference to your student interactions,
what learning, discoveries, or realizations did you have?

This week Ive realized that I have to start initiating more meetings about the next MASP ELO with my work team,
because April is coming soon! I am encouraging us to meet up more often, and hope that we can plan an event that
can be friendly to international students as well (the kickball event was a great turnout, but not too diverse). I have
met with my SSS students already and have to log that into MAPWORKS as well (Ive been behind on recording in MAPWorks, I apologize). I plan to attend the next MRULE this Tuesday and want to initiate lunches/dinners with my SSS
students because I feel like I only talk to them about school everytime I see them. The TEELO this week was
interesting, I learned a lot about undocumented students; before, I never thought about the barriers they face in order
to get an educationa barrier that the rest of us do not worry about because it never affected us. I hope this problem
is brought up to higher MSU or even state authorities in the future. Looking forward to doing my best in the job the last
couple weeks of the semester!

Description of how time was spent this week:


(1) Preparing for TEELO / C-TELLO
(1a)Attending/Engaging at TEELO / C-TELLO
(2.a) Planning, Promoting, and Reflecting on this weeks ELO
(2.b) Implementing this weeks ELO
(2.c) Attending other ELOs (not your team)
(2.d) Attending Neighborhood events and meetings
(2.e) Attending building all-staff meeting or event
(2.f) Attending meetings with ICA supervisor

(2)

Hours
2
2.5
1
/
/
/
3
/
8.5

Total for the above:

(3)Interacting with students during focused visitations


(4)Documenting your work on your Weekly Log and MAP-Works
Total for all sections (1, 2, 3, and 4)

4.5
2
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