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edu, x13170 Nicky Bruckhart, Vice President, firstname.lastname@example.org, x14241 Kate Martin, Treasurer, Kate.Bidstrup.Martin@du.edu, x12247 Kate Johnson, Webmaster, email@example.com, x16515 Saskia Sawyer, Secretary, Saskia.firstname.lastname@example.org, x14306 Members in attendance: Kathy Aliaga, Facilities Ashley Beaudry, The Women’s College Nicky Bruckhart, Athletics and Recreation Christa Bruning, University Communications Sarah Childs, Human Resources Linda Daubers, Graduate School of Social Work Anne Gross, Admissions Cheryl Jackson, Morgridge College of Education Kate Johnson, University Communications Gayle Keahey, Law School William Kiniston, Natural Sciences and Mathematics Mark Kintgen, represented by Nancy Detain, Penrose Library Marty Neary, DU Bookstore Lynne Reed, University College Bonnie Rodriguez, Facilities Saskia Sawyer, University Advancement Jerry Schwenke, Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences The meeting was called to order. 1. Introduction of the Council Members. 2. March minutes were approved. 3. Announcement: • No Treasurer’s report. • No departmental announcements. 4. New Business • Staff picnic: Thursday, July 15, 2010. • New members to order SAC t-shirts. • Sarah Childs requested thank-you cards to send to egg-hunt donors. 5. Old business • Policy for a subpoenaed state witness: ○ Main issue: would this apply for personal issues? No, only if there is no personal interest involved in the case. ○ It would be handled as a regular pay day (would come out of the department’s budget). ○ The overwhelming majority of the staff suggested that this should be handled the same way as jury duty. ○ Question was raised why this actually calls for a policy change if it is so rare.
A policy change will ensure that all cases be treated the same. ○ VOTE: the SAC voted all in favor for a new policy for subpoenaed state witnesses. This case will now be brought to HR. Flyer vs. mass email: ○ Christa Bruning spoke to Jeff Derksen in UTS and Donna Dible in HR about this issue. ○ It is possible to pull distribution lists for all departments except for Athletics. ○ UTS willing to email text with graphics – does need one week notice. ○ Regarding the suggestion of emailing one flyer to each department which then will be distributed and/or posted by one individual to his/her department: no clear answer yet; Christa will follow up with Donna (she is currently out of town). ○ There is a huge interest to cut paper usage for this purpose across campus. ○ The SAC will keep working with the sustainability council until a solution is found. Egg hunt recap: ○ Event was, again, a huge success. ○ All event details etc. were sent out electronically (no actual flyers) – proof that a move away from printed material can work. Bring your child to work day: Thursday, April 22 ○ Currently 35 RSVPs (last year 25 participants) ○ Fire fighter will be present. ○ Working with NSM to organize a science project. ○ Working with Lamont to present music.
Meeting adjourned. Next meeting: May 12, 2010, 12 – 1 pm Respectfully submitted, Saskia Sawyer Secretary