I need your help. I’m trying to identify all the points where DUSPers meetup. ALL of them: in-real-life, virtual, public, private, semi-public, semi-private, ad hoc, informal, formal, local, regional, national, international, etc.
Frank, Hattie, and I are going to turn all this info into a nifty, dynamic diagram and publish it by Friday 6/5/09 (just in time for graduation..
So, please share what you know. You can send me (or Hattie, or Frank) a direct email, or you can comment on this post. Whatever works best for you.
Just please report back with your knowledge early and often!
Also, keep in mind that it would be great to keep things relatively simple. We’d like to start with the points that have a DUSP-focus; we can always scale up for a future iteration.
Here’s what I’ve roughly pulled together so far:
Public points (visible and/or open to all)
- Alumni-Student Group blog, The Great DUSP MeetUp
- MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning website
- School of Architecture and Planning website
- MIT DUSP Student Council website
- DUSP Community
- DUSP Alumni Group
- IDG Group
- DUSP FPOP (Freshmen pre Orientation Program)
Private/Private points (open to some)
- DUSP Calendar
- Official department emails (from Ezra Glenn / Amy Glasmeier)
Private points (members only, but not necessarily restricted access)
- Infinite Connection | MIT Alumni Association
- Email lists
- DUSP in Downtown Boston – see Angela Insinger (MCP’07)
- DUSP in Los Angeles – see James Rojas (MCP’91)
- DUSPCYCLE – duspcycle[at]mit.edu
- Google Groups
- NYC DUSP
- Yahoo Groups
- Bay Area
- MIT DUSP Community
- MIT Center for Real Estate