Primary Audience: Students

  • Co-curricular Computer Based Training/Testing – A gathering of students in which the participants use computers for learning or evaluation.
    Example: Shelf Exams
  • Co-curricular General – A gathering of students to partake in activities, programs and/or learning experiences that complement, in some way, what students are learning in a degree granting program.
    Examples: Lectures/Seminar Series for MD, DBBS, OT, PT, PACs and BioStats, Student Lunch Talks, Thesis Defense, Graduation, Match Day
  • Co-curricular Social/Party – A social gathering of students to network or celebrate.
    Example: Super Bowl Party
  • Co-curricular Journal Club – A group of students who regularly gather to critically evaluate recent articles in academic literature.
  • Curricular-MD – A gathering of students that is part of the academic curriculum of the MD degree granting program.
    Examples: Bookings that come from OASIS
  • Curricular-Non-MD  – A gathering of students that is part of the academic curriculum of a degree granting program.
    Examples: Courses for DBBS, OT, PT, PACs and BioStats
  • Student Study – A WUSM student or group of WUSM students that use the space for quiet study. 

Primary Audience: General

  • Computer Based Training/Testing – A gathering of non-students in which the participants use computers for learning or evaluation.
  • Community Event/Fair – A gathering which educates or benefits the general community or a specific group within the community.
    Examples: Earth Day Celebration, Health Happenings, Job Fair, Blood Drive
  • Conference/Lecture/Seminar/Symposium – A gathering of non-student attendees to receive information on selected topic(s).
    Examples: Berg Symposium, Patient Safety Conference, Video Teleconference
  • Deposition – A gathering of people where at least one participant is giving sworn testimony for a legal proceeding.
    Example: Dr. Smith’s testimony as an expert witness
  • Grand Rounds – A formal meeting for physicians presenting the medical problems and treatment of a particular patient to an audience consisting of doctors, residents and medical students.
    Example: Department of Surgery Grand Rounds
  • Meeting – Additional Services – A gathering of people to discuss information. Additional services such as catering, custodial set/clean, audio visual or the like will be used.
    Examples: Pharmacy and Therapeutics Monthly Meeting, Management Council
  • Meeting – No Additional Services – A gathering of people to discuss information. Only standard AV/furniture resources are needed. These are usually reoccurring or are scheduled within two weeks. No additional services are ordered.
    Examples: Staff Meeting, Project Meeting, Monthly Meeting
  • Meal Only – A reservation for the purpose of invited attendees coming together to eat.
    Examples: Milestone Lunch, Administrative Professional Lunch
  • Named Lecture/Professorship – A lecture associated with the name(s) of a person of outstanding significance to the subject the lecture is concerned with.
    Examples: Cori Lecture, Wolff Installation, Endowed Chair
  • Philanthropic Event – A gathering of people with the purpose of raising financial support for a charitable cause.
    Examples: Bake Sale, Trivia Night
  • Poster Session – The presentation of research information by an individual or representatives of research teams with an academic or professional focus.
  • Reception – A social gathering of attendees held in conjunction with an event on campus.
    Examples: A reception following a professorship or Thesis Defense.
  • Rehearsal – Attendees or client use of space prior to event date to practice details of the event.
    Examples: AV Rehearsal, Dress Rehearsal
  • Retreat – An event that allows a group to get re-energized and focused.
    Examples: Staff Retreat
  • Social/Party – A social gathering of attendees to network or celebrate.
    Examples: Retirement Party
  •  Workshop/Training – A group of attendees gathered to learn about increasing skills and knowledge on a particular topic.
    Examples: LEAN Training, HR Training, PALS, CPR
  • Vendor Show – An event in which vendors have information/sales display setups for the purpose of promoting/demonstrating their products.
    Examples: WU Preferred Supplier Fair