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Election for Software TC (SOFTC) Chair for the period May 1,2012 to Apr 30, 2014: Date extended by 3 days 

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TC Chair election date extension

 

We had two nominations for the TC Chair,  Mr. Sam Adhikari and Mr. James Murphy. Unfortunately Sam had to withdraw his nomination due to health reasons.

 

Because of these circumstances, we want to  extend the date by three days. If anyone is interested, but could not upload their vision statement and profile please send them to Steve and me by COB tomorrow (1/18/2012). I will upload them

 

Rao

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Here are the details.

 

1.  Dr. Steve Kowalski  kindly agreed to be the election officer.

2.  Nominations (self-nominations are allowed and encouraged)  : due by Jan 15, 2012.

3.  You need a Vision Statement and your profile to be a nominee. Please upload them to the folder

 

4.  Votes (to be sent by email to Steve):  due by Jan 28, 2011. (Please note that the candidates can also vote.)

5.  Steve will announce the results on Jan 30, 2011

6.  The  TC chair handbook is available on our SharePoint.

7. The list of TC members is also available on the SharePoint

7.  Some additional details are available in the “New Member welcome package”

8.  If you need some help in uploading, please let me know

 

Thanks

Rao

Pl note: AIAA uses SSTC for Space Systems TC. SOFTC is the acronym for Software TC

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