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GEA Formal Information
Cadel, Eileen Sara <email@example.com>
To: Engineering Grad Students DL <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fri, Apr 21, 2017 at 2:53 PM
There have been several questions regarding the upcoming Graduate Engineering Formal hosted by GEA. Here some answers to these Frequently
Asked Questions (FAQs) that will hopefully encourage you to attend.
Ultimately, GEA would love to have as many Graduate Engineers and their friends attend and have this become an annual yearend event! Over 40
graduate students with all departments represented have already RSVP’d. Don’t miss out!!
You can RSVP now right HERE!!
What is a Formal?
A Formal is very similar to many of the other social events GEA puts on throughout the semester but classier. It is very comparable to a
wedding reception. It is a social where the venue and attire are more upscale but the activities and attendees are very much the same.
What should I wear?
Attire should be cocktail/wedding attire. Shirt and tie for men (jacket optional) and dresses for ladies It should be classy/professional but
comfortable to dance in.
What do you do at a Formal?
There will be plenty to do!! There will be a DJ for dancing (song requests recommended). A photo booth and props to take goofy photos. A “red
carpet” backdrop to take professional individual/group shots. All photos will be available through the photographer’s website following formal and
will be shared on GEA’s Facebook page after the event for you to see, share, and tag yourself/others. There will be complimentary appetizers
and desserts to snack on. It is highly recommended that you eat dinner beforehand. There will be a cash bar to purchase alcoholic beverages.
Finally, a special guest from someone from KU Athletics will be making an appearance. Overall a great opportunity to party, dance, and hang
out with engineering friends.
Who will be there?
KU Graduate Engineering students from all departments and their guests. Faculty were not invited, so you can feel comfortable dancing having
a good time without your advisor or committee member seeing ; ). Anna Paradis will be the only Administrator there to help run the door.
Do I need to bring a guest?
No, but if you’d like to bring a friend, husband, wife, or significant other to introduce them to your engineering friends and colleagues by all
means please bring them! Just make sure they are over 21.
How much does it cost? Why? How do I pay?
It is $5 per person (including guests; i.e. you = $5, you + a guest = $10). This is to help cover food costs, so we can order and offer the best
appetizers (i.e. something other than pizza)! You can pay at the door, via PayPal (still accepts credit/debit if you don’t have an account), or
contact any of the following GEA members to set up a meeting to exchange cash or check. Please have exact change if paying beforehand.
The Jaybreak is a great place to make change!
Robbie Hable email@example.com
Eileen Cadel firstname.lastname@example.org
Tugba Turnaoglu email@example.com
Ok! You convinced me! How do I RSVP to say that I’m going?
Follow this LINK and fill out the form to let GEA know you’re attending and if you are bringing a guest! The RSVP will close by noon (12pm)
Monday April 24th (ignore the RSVP date on the flyer). This way we can send the caterer a final count for food! Please fill out the form and
RSVP before Monday at noon!!
Further questions can be directed to GEA@ku.edu
Gmail - GEA Formal Information
PhD Student, Bioengineering
Presdient, Graduate Engineering Association
Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellow
The University of Kansas
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