The Association has published the February issue of The Bulletin. In this issue, you will find a feature story on a K-12 STEM outreach program organized by the New Jersey Alpha Chapter at Stevens Institute of Technology. You can also find information regarding 2015 collegiate chapter anniversaries, dates for the 2015 TBP District Conferences, newly approved Association Officials, new Student Advisory Board members, and much more.
Gary M. Cokins, NY D ’71, has joined the MyObjectives Gamification Advisors Program. “The MyObjectives Gamification Advisors Program features accomplished gamification and performance management professionals who collaborate with Alliance Enterprises, and the MyObjectives user community, to advance the concepts of Management by Gaming.” Read the full announcement
“In a career spanning over 40 years, Gary has held senior positions at FMC Corporation, Deloitte, KPMG, EDS, BetterManagment.com and SAS. Gary has a rich and unique history in software, sports and game mechanics, having written a baseball game simulation, with his Cornell fraternity brother Pete Watzka, which is recognized by the National Baseball Hall of Fame as the oldest computer baseball game on record.”
The Vermont Beta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi, at Norwich University, will organize and host a “week full of activities for EWeek. Events include fun competitions, athletic, and downright absurd, such as Professor Bowling, in which the professors are the bowling balls on the ice rink.” The Northfield News profiled the upcoming events which will take place beginning, Monday, February 23. Click here to read the article for more details