Group Dynamics of Group 7:
The Backside Attackers
Our group planned to meet at Brady Commons every Sunday at 4 PM.
Our first meeting
went well, and we all agreed on our article at this time. At this point,
each person chose a
particular topic which was related to the article to do research and find
links. One person found
the original journal article, two others contacted the authors of the
original journal article in
Nature, and the other two combined to provide numerous links and
suggestions. The chosen links
were very pertinent to our article and the entire project came together
very well in the end.
Towards the end of the project, we realized we all seemed to have
busy schedules. So,
meeting times did not work as we had planned, for the most part. Other
than a mild
misunderstanding as to when we were to meet, we had very good cooperation.
seemed to put as much effort as was needed to complete the project. I
believe the general
consensus was that the project was manageable, but it would not be
something we would want to
do on a regular basis. The time management that goes into it can get
entirely out of hand when
trying to get several very active students together.
Ian Dubman (c697535), Jelena Kocergin (c753943), Sabrina
Michelle Meiklejohn(c753441), Jennifer R.