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SAC Minutes May 9 2012

SAC Minutes May 9 2012

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Minutes of the University of Denver Staff Advisory Council.
Minutes of the University of Denver Staff Advisory Council.

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 MinutesPage 1
MINUTES
May 9, 2012Executive CommitteeSaskia Sawyer, President, Saskia.sawyer@du.edu,x12704 Ashley Beaudry, Vice President, 
Nicky Bruckhart, Past President, nbruckha@du.edu,x14241 Kathy Aliaga, Treasurer, 
Lisa Cox, Secretary, Lisa.Cox@du.edu,x13170 Jordan Ames, Webmaster, 
Members in attendance:Aderhold, Jonathan University Technology ServicesAliaga, Kathy FacilitiesAmes, Jordan University CommunicationsBeaudry, Ashley Women's CollegeBieging, Lindsey Law SchoolChabot-Olsen, Nick RegistrarCoulouris, Fay Learning Communities & Civic EngagementCowan, Stefanie CMEDixon, Catherine Institutional Research & AnalysisDye, Jodi MCEGonzalez, Becky Student Financial ServicesGross, Anne AdmissionsHower, Don FacilitiesJackson, Cheryl Center for Teaching & LearningKoch, Cindy Daniels College of BusinessKyner, Michelle Penrose LibraryMalott, Randall Campus SafetyMilnes Chester, Elise Student LifeNowakowski, AriannaArts, Humanities & Social SciencesPinnock, Ken Human ResourcesRaeburn, Kelly NSMRossi, David GSSWRundle, Steve University CollegeRyan, Natalie Newman CenterSawyer, Saskia University AdvancementShort, Chris Environmental Health & SafetyStephenson, Andrew Risk ManagementThe meeting was called to order.
1)
 
Introduction of Council Members and Departmental Announcementsa.
 
Ashley Beaudry (The Women’s College) – 
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Director of the film
 
 MinutesPage 2Miss Representation will be here this evening at the Cable Center for our Leadership SalonSeries speaking about the misrepresentations of women in the media. Film screening at 4:30,conversation with the Dean at 6:30 pm.b.
 
Kathy Aliaga (Facilities)
 – 
Creating a new work order systemc.
 
David Rossi (GSSW)
 – 
Continuing Professional Development Program for those working inthe Mental Health fieldd.
 
Nick Chabot-Olsen (Registrar)
 – 
Priority Fall Registration starts on Friday, May 11
th
and therest register on Monday the 14
th
.e.
 
Catherine Dixon (Institutional Research and Analysis)
 – 
just ended the external surveyseason, they are updating the profile of DU online. Also they will be moving the scantronmachine out of their department so if other departments are interested in housing it, letCatherine know.f.
 
Stephanie Cowen (Center for Multicultural Excellence)
 – 
Diversity Summit was last Friday,May 4
th
; Upcoming Native Student Alliance Pow-Wow on May 19
th
; Profiles of Excellenceon may 24
th
from 5:30-8:30 in the Cable Center; Staff of Color Association meets the lastTuesday of each month if anyone is interested.g.
 
Carrie Shrader (AHSS)
 – 
hosted event with Julia Alvarez, author of In the Time of Butterflies; Livingston lecture next week h.
 
Fay Coulouris (Learning Communities & Civic Engagement)
 – 
Colloquium on May 18
th
 about the future of Social Justicei.
 
Jodi Dye (Morgridge College of Education)
 – 
Share Fair just finished which celebratestechnology j.
 
Kimo Malott (Campus Safety)
 – 
reminder to keep expensive items out of your car becausecar break-ins on the risek.
 
Kelly Raeburn (Geography)
 – 
Colloquium tonight on urban planning and transportationl.
 
Steve Rundle (University College)
 – 
3 new BA majors in Environmental Studies, IT andGlobal Commerce and Transportationm.
 
Jonathan Aderhold (UTS)
 – 
prepped for debates and reorganizing within the departmentn.
 
Michelle Kyner (Penrose)
 – 
losing 3 department heads next montho.
 
Arianna Nowakowski (AHSS)
 – 
getting ready for graduationp.
 
Amy King (Human Resources)
 – 
Open enrollment ends May 15
th
; Total Health Assessmentcloses that same day; blackout date for retirement plan was last Fridayq.
 
Cindy Koch (Daniels College of Business)
 – 
held a mentoring event last Friday; class dinneron Thursday, May 24
th
at 6 pm. $50 ticket price goes to scholarshipsr.
 
Anne Gross (Admissions)s.
 
Elise Milnes Chester (Student Life)
 – 
USG elections going on now; Rock the Green partyand Block party tomorrow with a text and drive simulator; May Days is May 21
st
-27
th
withtheme of Week of Decades; new Executive Director for Health and Counseling Center startsnext montht.
 
Ken Pinnock (Human Resources)u.
 
Chris Short (Environmental Health and Safety)
 – 
reminder that this office offered ergonomic
 
 MinutesPage 3evaluationsv.
 
Andrew Stephenson (Risk Management)
 – 
working on Insurance renewals right noww.
 
Cheryl Jackson (Center for Teaching & Learning)x.
 
Janet
(Chaplain’s Office) – 
 
students made over 150 Mother’s Day cards on the DriscollBridge; Tuesday is Gary’s book discussion on
Toxic Charities; Wednesday is Brown BagTheology; Friday is Community Service with Metro Care Ringy.
 
Becky Gonzalez (Student Financial Services)
 – 
 
 bursar’s office is collecting final Spring
tuition payments and ending Perkins interviewsz.
 
Lindsay Bieging (Law School)
 – 
getting ready for graduationaa.
 
Natalie Ryan (Newman Center)
 – 
season closes on Friday; staff get 20% off tickets; 10
th
 anniversary so will be celebrating all year; new season starts September 22
nd
 bb.
 
Jordan Ames (Marketing and Communications)
 – 
new staff startingcc.
 
Saskia Sawyer (University Advancement)
 – 
UA has the matching program in place, so farhave matched 16 million for Undergraduate programs, 1.5 million for Graduate programs,and 1.5 million for Performing Arts; Sustainability Council is starting pilot program for greenoffices
 – 
20 people were at the kick-off event and will hopefully roll this out in the fall
2)
 
Committee Reportsa.
 
Eventsi.
 
Bring-your-child-to-work-day (April 26)
 – 
50+ kids attended, went up into the belltower which the kids loved; pictures will be posted on websiteii.
 
Picnic (July/August)
 – 
will start on this soonb.
 
Staff Awards
 – 
working on the flyer and then it will go outc.
 
Outreach
 – 
 i.
 
Benefits Fair and Raffle
 – 
raffled off wireless headphones, over 500 people signedup, winner was Ethan Crawford from GSSW; setting up a list-serv for staff to sendout minutes and event announcementsd.
 
Task Force
 – 
 
worked on agenda for today and Saskia’s visit to Board of Trustees
 
3)
 
Old Businessa.
 
SAC update at the Board of Trustees meeting on April 21
st
 i.
 
Saskia presented at the meeting last month about how SAC was working more withother groups, working on increasing numbers and visibilityb.
 
By-laws Approval
 – 
 i.
 
Craig Woody and Saskia have been working on this; will not have to go to thetrustees as originally thought; she will email out the version that has been revamped,asked everyone to look at it extremely closely and we can talk about it more nextmeetingc.
 
Benevolent Fund - Paul Chan and Ken Pinnock still going back and forth on thisd.
 
Presidential Debate
 – 
table until next meetinge.
 
Open Discussion
 – 
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