Thomson Presentation and Peer Evaluation
I found Mr. Lieberman's presentation to be very informative and pretty surprising-- you weren't kidding when you said Thomson is the biggest company no one had ever heard of. It was also cool to hear about the opportunities for people with bachelors degrees that normally wouldn't have a shot at such upwardly-mobile positions right out of school.
I understand why we did the peer eval and I am not saying I wish we hadn't done it, I just reallllly didn't like doing it because I felt like I had no basis on which to judge everyone. I mean, we had 8 people in a group that we met with for 2 hours and did a 5 minute presentation and 1 page bulleted paper- it just didn't feel like I had the right to judge everyone else in that short time period.