Teams for the Johnson Games 2002 must have a minimum of 25 and a maximum
of 40 participants. Each team should be roughly 50/50 male/female and
there should be a minimum of 40% students and a minimum of 30% faculty
or staff on each team. At least one-third of the active participants
must be from a named core or sponsoring group, e.g. student living groups,
academic departments, Schools, labs or administrative departments, and
ad hoc, high spirited groups as approved by the Games Committee. Family
members are encouraged to participate. New for the 2002 Games, 50 points
will be awarded for every MIT alum on each team. Each team must designate
a captain or co-captains who will be the contact person(s) for the Games
staff and who will be responsible for organizing, inspiring and communicating
with the team before and after the Games. Each team must create a unique
name which will be printed on the back of complimentary team tee-shirts.
Final Rosters will be due by Monday, September, 16 and must include the
team name, core group, captain(s) with contact information, and team
member names, email addresses, affiliation, gender and status (student,
faculty, staff alumni/alumnae or other). Hard copies of these forms
are available in the MIT Information Center, Room 7-121, or you may
fill out the roster below.
Need a Team?
If you still want to play and do not yet have a team, please contact
email@example.com and we'll assign you
to a team.
For each team member, please list
The minimum number of participants is 25, the maximum is 40 per team.
- Member Name
- Email address (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- MIT affiliation (e.g. East Campus, Information Systems, Biology)
- Status (UG for undergrad, G for grad student, F for Faculty, S for Staff, A for alumni/alumnae, and O for Other)
- Gender (M for Male, F for Female)