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The event was a great confidence booster so I felt more comfortable meeting new people, we played a few fun ice breaker games and we swapped hilarious dating war stories.
I learn’t two mains lessons about myself from the event.
So here are a few questions to get to know your potential dates!
For all of their big ideas, sometimes faculty are a bit like wallflowers at a high school dance; they need a little push to make the first move.
Firstly, I prefer talking to someone new face to face for the first time as I feel less pressure and anxiety than through a dating app.
Secondly, I get a more honest perception of the person I’m talking to rather than a glorified bio description and a photo. They were all polite, introduced themselves and there weren’t any awkward silences which I was mostly expecting.
Recently, these apps have left me with a low self of steam. Personally, I 100% prefer meeting someone in person and seeing if there is a “spark” before going on a date. I don’t care what your Uber rating is or how tall you are.
I want to know if you can make me laugh, if we have anything in common and if we can hold a conversation without any awkward silences. I’ve been making more of an effort lately to get “out of my comfort zone” and go out more to meet new people.
I mean, it is called 'speed' dating after all.Faculty from various disciplines across the university have indicated plans to attend, and there’s a financial as well as an intellectual incentive to do so.The university will provide seed money to the groups that are thought to have emerged from the retreat with the best ideas.Participants will then vote on their favorite proposals, but will not be allowed to select their own proposals.Those votes will be used to narrow down the groups with the most promising proposals, who will vie for a portion of ,000 in seed money.