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2017 ASA Section Annual Report 2017 COSGB ASA Section Annual Report Committee Sarah Kalicin Fred Hulting Natalie Cheung Rotelli Eileen King
Annual Section Report • Purpose: • Build awareness among the COS of the activities of all Sections. • Provide the COSGB with information it can use to assist Sections in strengthening and promoting their work. • Simple and Short! • Part 1 (required): Update "Promotional Bullets". • Part 2 (required): Answer “yes/no” questions about activities. • Part 3 (optional): Highlight new activities or plans for 2019. • 2018 report form will be sent to Section Chairs beginning of November, to be completed by December 20, 2018.
2017 Highlights • 28 responses out of the 36 Sections and IG’s (Interest Groups) • 27 Sections/IG rated themselves strongly agreeing or agreed that their section was active and productive. • Sections/IG’s open-question answers tend to be positive and proactive in bettering their sections. • Hosting ASA/non-ASA sponsoring conferences • Collaborating with other ASA sections and other associations. • Finding ways to support students • Some sections/IG are noting that they are struggling to: • successfully use the ASA community to communicate with members • to maintain websites (several IG)
2017 Highlights Common Activities – #Indicated Yes/28: • • • Sponsored invited and/or contributed session – 27/28 Had a website - 25/28 Held a mixer at the JSM – 25/28 Submitted full slate of officers – 24/28 Kept and distributed executive board meeting agendas and minutes – 23/28 Less Common Activities – #Indicated Yes/28 • Had a mentoring program – 5/28 • Conducted member recruitment – 3/28 • Conducted leadership or career development CE workshop - 3/28
Section and Interest Group Activities 2017
2017 Section Responses 28 responses out of the 36 Sections and IG; Sections in Bold did not complete the report.
2018 Annual Report - Changes Communication: • Did your section use social media (Facebook, Linked. In, Twitter, etc. ) to communicate with your members? Meetings and Networking: • Did your section organize and/or sponsor any ASA sponsored conference (other than JSM)? Continuing Education for members: • Did your section offer any webinars? • How many were offered? • Did your section offer any Continuing Education courses (at JSM, CSP, other conferences, etc. )? • How many were offered? Recognition and Awards: • Does your section have a nominating committee (or other efforts) to solicit member nominations for ASA Fellow? • How many of your section members were nominated, through your section’s efforts, in 2018?