I will get a card for Sharon and have it at colloquium for people to sign, if someone can be in charge of bringing it back to the office.
I do not suggest the grad student lounge. At the end of last semester a TA from another department attempted to meet with a student there and was scolded for improper use of the space.
I stood outside in the hall after class and talked to students, or found a bench outside of the building. Not the best, but it worked.
----- Original Message -----
From: Misha M Griffith <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wednesday, August 25, 2010 11:43 am
Subject: Quick question
> Hello everyone--I think a card for Sharon is an excellent idea. If
> this graduate program had any glue holding it together, it was
> Sharon and she will be sorely missed.
> On a separate note, I want to ask those TAs who did not have access
> to office space: How did you meet with students? I realize students
> rarely if ever came to us for help, but on the off chance...
> Have you tried the Grad Lounge? I fear the noise level would be
> problematic, also the lack of private space might be a problem. Any
> Misha M. Griffith
> Graduate Teaching Assistant
> Department of History and Art History
> George Mason University