00:33:31Jacob Norris - East Tennessee State University
All Aboard The SendTrain
Shreddicles of Gnarnia
00:33:46Danny Williams-Penn State
00:33:51Dave Rector - University of Georgia
00:33:55Madison Kinder - Eastern Washington University
Double dyno to a micro crimp… Hope you all get it!
00:34:01Alli Hughes- U of Utah
I'll second Pebble Wrastling
trash pandas (for aggressive raccoons)
00:34:14Alex Hileman - LSU
00:34:18Lance Haynie-Univ of Georgia
I'm starting to smell manky
00:34:19Nicholas Chell University of Northern Iowa
Second on the trash pandas!
No slang really, just miss being out there!
00:34:30David Rogers UNC Chapel Hill
Chasin' the wind
00:34:33Marci Iverson, Viterbo University
I second Chasing Freshies
I may have missed this - Do your students pay for their WFR certification or does your program cover that for volunteer leaders?
00:52:42Shannon Richardson, Univ. of Mississippi
Alyssa, thank you for the question, I'll ask David in a moment.
We (the CRC) covers the cost of WFR at Georgia Tech
a portion of our budget is funded through student fees (SGA)
Are students who get certifications paid for required to lead a certain amount of trips?
01:00:08Bill Sparks - Miami University of Ohio
I love the idea of the professional language shift and the picture, we are struggling with paid student trip leaders vs. volunteers and all the questions that come with qualifying volunteers.
I think that not knowing what budget cuts/allowances will be because of Covid kinda keeps us from being able to revaluate
01:03:47Mary Ellen Milam - TCU
Are any paid staff required to be on any specific trips or are all trips led by volunteers?
our director mentioned he has prepared for “worst case” scenarios
Ultimately with all the unknown circumstances of COVID-19, what philosophical changes is your program going to make, with the hope of still staying true to your original Outdoor Program philosophy
To what extent have you all entertained Virtual programming? For example here at Kennesaw State we have been working on Virtual Team Building offerings. What kind of ideas have you all come up with?
01:13:26Bill Sparks - Miami University of Ohio
I curious to hear more about that Ed!
01:13:53Shannon Richardson, Univ. of Mississippi
Thanks Ed, I'll ask in a moment
Has anyone heard of any guidance/tips/strategies on sanitizing holds, mats, rope, and devices both upon return and once patrons return.
01:15:49Cathy Stedman, UGA
Michelle Cummings with Training Wheels has 2 great zoom recordings about virtual teambuilding
01:15:52Shannon Richardson, Univ. of Mississippi
Michelle Cummings with Training Wheels
01:17:15Lance Haynie-Univ of Georgia
Just want to plug the ongoing and recorded webinars from AORE (adding more depth to outdoor rec issues): https://aore.org/coronavirus.php
01:17:29Chad Schlundt- Grand Canyon University
Just curious: Are any other institution's talking about students not returning to their campuses in the Fall Semester of 2020. If so how is that impacted your Outdoor Program, and how are you justifying the need for the program in the event that our traditional program changes...
CWA and AORE and Eldorado have guidelines on cleaning/sanitation
01:20:19Sam Steiger-MN State Univ, Mankato
TruBlue/Headwall did just put out a white paper on sanitizing and cleaning.
01:20:27Sam Steiger-MN State Univ, Mankato
01:20:54Lance Haynie-Univ of Georgia
@Trey...we are eagerly awaiting that guidance
01:21:13Lance Haynie-Univ of Georgia
That is probably my biggest challenge right now
01:23:02Donald Schmit, Washington State University
I haven’t heard much of anything about required PPE yet from our university. I’ve been lucky enough to already have some masks and respirators on hand for myself since I’m still working to keep our bike share going. I don’t have enough to cover our staff though when they come back.
01:23:49erik daly lafayette college
Running to another meeting! Thank you for the time and info...Be safe all!
01:24:02Sam Steiger-MN State Univ, Mankato
Headrush/Trublue White paper on protecting and disinfecting: https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/5957371/website-docs/whitepapers/Disinfection_WP_03_20.pdf
01:26:18Mary Ellen Milam - TCU
From a really selfish perspective....We currently have a vacancy in our full time position of Asst. Director of OP, and hope to fill it but given uncertain budget future and possible hiring freeze, if anyone has any tips on how to train student staff and put together a program with no expert on the pro staff, please email me your ideas! No returning student staff that are qualified as trips leaders so really starting with basics. firstname.lastname@example.org