The current officers of the A&P Association were elected and installed in May 2014 and will serve a two-year term ending May 2016.
In addition to the officers, there are three standing committees. These committees are formed in accordance with the by-laws of the Association. They included the Nominating, Steering and Gabor Awards Committees.
The President of the A&P Association appoints representatives to various University committees. The representative(s) on each committee may be contacted with concerns related to the nature of the respective committee.
NOTE: This committee is selected by the A&P Association President every two years.
Daniel Choisser (Committee Chair) Justin Sipes
NOTE: This committee consists of the current executive board, the current recipient, and the immediate past recipient.
The committee’s initial responsibility will be to review the proposals Human Resources receives for benefit plans.
Bookstore Advisory Council
Advise the President on all matters impacting the Bookstore and its utilization by the University Community. Specifically, they will: 1) assist in planning for adequate Bookstore services for the campus, 2) examine Bookstore related issues on campus and 3) make recommendations for resolutions.
Denise Durden (08/2014) Bruce Turner (08/2013)
Campus Naming Committee
Meets as necessary to consider naming proposals for campus buildings and spaces.
Inter-Faith Advisory Council
Meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month (Aug-May) and has as its mission is to care for the individual, and to lead, educate and advocate the expression of religious faith and core values.
Campus Safety Advisory Council
This is a Presidential Committee whose goals are to 1) open University communication lines about safety and security issues on campus, 2) receive and assess information from various campus constituents, 3) disseminate information resulting from research and subsequent decisions of the Council, and 4) oversee implementation of Council initiatives approved by the President.
Student Conduct Panel Board
Staff members who sit on the Student Conduct Panel Board serve as part of the Hearing Body to hear Student Conduct cases. Hearings are held as needed throughout the year. Panel members are made up of students, faculty and staff. Each Hearing is heard by 4 Panel members (2 students, 1 faculty and 1 staff) who are drawn from a pool of trained Panel members. The Panel Hearing is scheduled for a two hour time period.
Brian Blakeslee Heather Carter Alison Cruess Jeff DurfeeJim OwenClay Maddox
Commission on Diversity The COD recommends strategies, policies, and praxis for new, revised, and modified initiatives to the University President and Provost to make the university an inclusive environment for under-represented groups with a history of discrimination; to improve the working environment for faculty and staff of color; to develop dialogues across campus constituencies (faculty, staff, students, and community); and to promote acceptance of and a common commitment to diverse perspectives.
Alison Cruess (07/2014)
Food Services Advisory Committee
Reviews food services on campus to appraise service, variety of options and recommend improvements. Meets twice a semester.
Decato Burke (08/2014) Corey Williams (08/2013)
Parking Advisory Council
Advise the VP of Administration and Finance on all matters impacting parking facilities and their utilization.
Celeste Watkins(08/2014)Kelly Woodle (08/2014)
Parking Violations Appeal Board
Provides an independent assessment of non-student cases of challenged parking citations.
Jack Perras (08/2014) Jamie Spruell (07/2014)
Recognition & Rewards Committee
Responsible for selecting the recipients of the Excellence Awards Program and recommending improvements to the program. Meets approximately 12 times per year.
Sick Leave Pool Committee
Makes decisions regarding requests for usage from the sick leave pool along with requests from employees to use the leave donation plan. Meetings are held based upon requests received from employees. The term is one year as an alternate and then two years as a committee member.
University Technology Committee
Promotes the effective use of information technology (IT) in the instructional, research, and administrative activities of the University. Identifies and recommend new and emerging IT-based services necessary in the fulfillment of the University’s mission. Meets on the first Monday of each month.
Jim Owen (10/2012)
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