Statement of Contribution Each student must write a statement outlining his/her contribution

Statement of Contribution Each student must write a statement outlining his/her contribution to the project. The statement should clearly outline which parts you did individually, which parts you collaborated on, and which you did not do. The statement will typically be one page or less in length. Do not use bullet points – write in complete sentences. Essentially these documents should summarize what is contained in your logbook. Keep in mind that faculty will review the logs and these statements prior to the Oral Exam. Restrict comments to your own contribution – do not comment on the work of other team members nor offer your opinion of the level of their contributions. These statements will be kept in confidence.
Meeting Roles – how can we play to everyone’s strengths while keeping things fair? 
Leader 
Deciding when/how meetings should happen and who should be in it; seeking consultation from team about this 
Work with Facilitator to create agenda 
Make sure that  
Logistics Facilitator 
Work with Leader to create agenda 
Booking rooms for In-Person Meetings 
Sending out the agenda + meeting invites 
Minute Keeper 
Take pertinent meeting notes, record action items, review & clean up notes afterwards 
Send out minutes to relevant stakeholders from meetings 
Enforcer  (ME)
Participate! 
Ensure that time limits are being watched & signal to meeting leader when limits are being exceeded 
E.g. “Just a heads up that we’re a little over the time limit for this agenda item”  
Track deadlines 
You did individually
I was mainly in charge of methodology and visuals
Visuals (precedence diagram, floor plan for packing process(AutoCAD), 3D packing process(sketch-up, Mapping Scheduling)
You collaborated
Airtable (ER Diagram working with friend 1), Process Map (working with Friend 2). etc.
which you did not do
making agenda, MOST Analysis