Group # 26 Group Actions and Dynamics: Our group consisted of a wide range of personalities. The majors in the group consisted of two education, one pre-vet, one pre-med., one biochemistry, and one nuclear medicine. This difference in personality allowed for several different aspects to be brought to the table. The all group members had very hectic schedules between school and work. Several of our group members also lived off of campus. This posed a problem when it came to setting up meeting times. To over come this problem we decide that the easiest way to work on the project would be to break it up. Each of us took different topics mentioned in the article about Seaborg. We then collaborated this information at four group meeting to come up with the end product. E-mail was as a valued asset between group members. We meet in the Hudson Hall lounge. The hall had a central location on campus and easy access for those whom lived off campus. The hall also had a computer lab that the group could use. In each meeting we spent approximately an hour and a half to two hours. The group looked at several newspapers and article before arriving at a final two articles. The final article was decided upon when we found out that another group already had one of the articles. Working as a group gave us many experience. One was how to work around everybody's schedule to get things done. Interaction with new and interesting people has enlightened some of us how other people with too much to do and not enough time get every thing done. The members as a whole did not study together; a common time was hard to come by. Although two group members did study together. Our group was spilt on whether or not they would like to engage in other activities such as this. Members felt that their time could be better spent with studies. Other's felt that the project opened their eyes on how much science is in the news. It also gave them something a little more relaxing to do other than studies.