Political action is often important in acquiring funding for teams. This presentation shows how teams can become involved and build support. It also mentions how these activities can help with Dean’s homework assignments.
The Robotics Resource Center at WPI is designed to provide support to on-campus and off-campus activities and groups for projects and competitive robotics. The RRC hosts a number of robotics events each year, provides guidance and materials for student projects, and supports the Robotics Engineering major. The staff consists of Ken Stafford, Brad Miller, and Colleen Shaver.
Charting a Political Course
Author: FRC 839 Rosie Robotics
From the 2008 Resource Workshops, this presentation covers how political action can benefit your team and raise community awareness.