ECCC Fall Meeting 2009
This year's meeting will be at:
9am, Saturday, Nov 14
Room E222, Edwin Stevens Building (Engineering Bldg)
Stevens Institute of Technology
Directions and parking notes are available here. Teams driving to the meeting are advised to arrive early to secure campus parking, and to use the Stevens riverside parking lot as discussed at the end of the notes.
Pizza lunch and coffee in the morning will be provided.
Pre Meeting Materials
General and Rules Proposals
Women's Cycling [+]
Several proposals have been made to improve women's cycling in the ECCC and beyond. They are outlined in the following:
In addition, the following notes and data are available:
- Original proposal draft and notes (PPT)
- Expected current women rider categorization (XLS)
- ECCC Rider Statistics (XLS)
Meeting agenda is as follows. Teams should note that significant proposals and updates are spread throughout the agenda, including the opening overview. Times are approximate; all sessions will be held on a "to follow" basis to keep the meeting as short as possible.
ECCC Fall Planning Meeting November 14th, 2009 0900 Overview, Directions Introductions 2009 Quick Review - Outcomes from last year, growth and participation Trailmap - Where we are, where we're going, where we could go, significant proposed structural changes for the ECCC 1000 NCCA + USA Cycling Collegiate Board of Trustees Overview - Emma Bast, trustee and National Road Race Champion for Mt Holyoke, will describe the board, significant upcoming changes, how to get engaged and have your voice represented USA Cycling Overview - Jeffrey Hansen, Collegiate National Manager at USA Cycling, will talk about USA Cycling, how it operates, how collegiate license fees are used, national events, and other topics Open Forum - Substantial time in this segment will be devoted to answering questions and collecting ideas and comments 1100 Women's Cycling Current state of women's cycling in the ECCC, significant proposals to address multiple issues therein 1200 Lunch / Team Development Workshop Guidance for New Teams and Officers - New workshop format for 2009: Attendees will break up into small groups and work directly in the ECCC wiki to collect notes and ideas on assigned topics, to begin outlining and developing a guidebook for new club officers, aiding both new teams and clubs transitioning leadership. Teams are encouraged to bring a laptop or two for this purpose. 1315 Community Initiatives Collegiate newsletter, Blogosphere, ECCC Women's blog and Facebook group, Dartmouth Clinics, charity & advocacy efforts 1330 Race Policies and Expectations Guidelines, rules, and expectations for promoters and racers 1400 Road Race Proposals Short briefs from each potential promoter on their planned event 1600 Scheduling Determination of final schedule for Spring 2010
Meeting is expected to close between 1630 and 1700.