[amsat-bb] College OSCAR Activity, grow future membership
electricity440 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 02:31:16 UTC 2017
Hello from New Mexico Tech,
We are working on our setup, but I would love to participate in this sort
of monthly event. Let me know details if this goes through and we will try
to get on the birds.
I used to be net ctrl of Colorado Amateur Satellite net but have to wait
'til we get the AllStar repeater up at our school to do a net like that
Skyler Fennell KD0WHB - TARA President
On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 9:34 AM, Jay Garlitz <jay.aa4fl at gmail.com> wrote:
> In 2008-2009 we used to have regular College Satellite Nights, where clubs
> active in our area of interest would get on the birds at the same time and
> give out contacts. Please let me know if there is an interest again in
> doing this once per month and if the group minds allowing SO-50 to be the
> It is important to our future that we grow our ranks through attracting
> younger hams. OSCAR operating at the college level can also be a huge
> advantage for attractive college students to the hobby. Many of our
> technician course attendees at UF are there for that reason (we give
> two licensing courses a year).
> Please help spread the word to those at your local universities, and to
> other college clubs. There will be a College Student Amateur Radio Forum
> at HamCation HamFest in Orlando, Saturday Feb. 11. Please let college
> student hams know of the event info.
> The event is ARRL sponsored, part of CARI, the Collegiate Amateur Radio
> Initiative. The forum will take place at 3pm, and there is room for 50
> college student attendees. There are more events planned for the day,
> including an evening social event for college students. We should also have
> table space for the day for college clubs to distribute club info and to
> meet, greet, and network with alumni. The table would be a good place for
> high school student hams to network in preparation for a life of amateur
> radio during the upcoming college years.
> Questions can be directed to the moderator of the forum, UF Doctoral
> student Andy Milluzzi, KK4KWR - andy at gatorradio.org
> For the latest of information see the CARI Facebook group -
> 73, Jay AA4FL
> Dr. Jay H. Garlitz
> -FCC Trustee, W4DFU at Univ. of Florida, since 2005, www.gatorradio.org.
> The Club Station of the Gator Amateur Radio Club, at UF since 1934
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