Indiana University Bloomington

 

IUB Professional Council

Business Meeting Minutes

Kelley School of Business, CG3055

November 19, 2014

 

Council Members in Attendance: Rob Aspy (Office of Affirmative Action Ex-officio), Michael Brooks (AAADS Ex-officio), Patricia Crouch, Craig Dethloff (BFC Ex-officio), Cassandra Franks, Noelle Gipson (IUSA Ex-officio), Gillian Johnston, Mary Kern, Emily Liverman, Maryanne McDonnell, Lauren McHugh, Jennifer Pearl, Amanda Peterson, Robert Ping, Roger Rhodes, Jon Riveire, Suzanne Ryan (UHRS Ex-officio), Kate Sartori, Jennifer Schepers, Jim Sizemore (Academic Advisors Ex-officio), Babita Upadhyay, Tony Walker.

 

Proxies:  Robert Ping for Tony Emmons Jennifer Pearl for Rachel Lawmaster, Lauren McHugh for Gwen McCay, Amanda Peterson for Kyle Newnum.

 

Meeting Minutes

 

A motion to approve the October, 2014 minutes as written was made, seconded and passed, with the following correction to the Executive Committee report:

Under “Speaker Schedule” change “Jenny Fleetwood of Healthy IU” to “Jenny Fleetwood of Work-Life Balance.”

 

BPC Vacancies

 

At today’s meeting, the Council recognized both Maryanne McDonnell and Eric Love for their past service to BPC.  Both Maryanne and Eric will be leaving IU by the end of this month.

 

As a result, there will be two vacancies on the Council.  A motion was made to invite Melissa Kish to fill the seat vacated by Eric Love.  This term would run through June, 2016.  The motion was seconded and approved.  A second motion was made to fill the remaining seat, vacated by Maryanne McDonnell.  This term would run through June, 2015.  The motion was seconded and approved, with one nay vote and two abstentions.

 

Amanda Peterson has asked that any nominees for the open position be forwarded to her by Wednesday, December 3.

 

IUBPC Response to the IU Bi-Centennial Strategic Plan

 

Prior to today’s business meeting, a draft of the IUBPC response was distributed to all Council Members.  At today’s meeting, after some discussion, the following response was approved by unanimous vote:

 

To Whom It May Concern:

 

The Indiana University Bloomington Professional Council (IUBPC) appreciates this opportunity to provide feedback on the Bicentennial Strategic Plan for Indiana University. Our council comprises 21 members that represent more than 3,000 Bloomington-based professional staff. After reviewing this policy, we wish to submit the following comments and recommendations.

 

1) Collaborate with staff and representative bodies on recruitment and retention.

 

We applaud IU’s plans to focus on the recruitment and retention of talented staff, and steps that University Human Resources will take to develop policies and programs to support staff career development and quality of life (noted on pages 36-37 of the strategic plan). Moving forward, we encourage administration to work closely with staff and representative bodies, such as IUBPC, in the development of these policies and programs. IUBPC is very interested in collaborating on such initiatives.

 

At IU Bloomington, additional faculty, staff, and student representative bodies that may be consulted include the: 

  • American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

  • Asian Pacific American Faculty Staff Council (APAFSC)

  • Bloomington Academic Advisors Council

  • Bloomington Black Faculty Council (BBFC)

  • Bloomington Faculty Council (BFC)

  • Communication Workers of America (CWA)

  • IU Student Association (IUSA)

  • Latino Faculty Staff Council

2) Incorporate staff throughout the strategic plan.

 

While staff members are mentioned in regards to recruitment and retention, there are many places throughout the strategic plan that they are not included. Staff members will be responsible for the successful implementation of much of the plan – serving in the roles of academic and career advisors, fiscal and human resources directors, alumni relations and development officers, international program managers, and more. Because these employees are on the front lines, staff members are often best positioned to consult on how IU may successfully advance these priorities.

As such, IUBPC urges IU to: 

  • Include staff in the development of plans to ensure student success (page 9) – especially academic and career advisors. With ever-increasing numbers of students, it is also vital to ensure these student support units are well staffed and supported.

  • Incorporate research, IT, and engineering staff in strategic planning, as a way to maintain a competitive edge over other universities, related to receiving grants (pages 11, 28).

  • Incorporate staff among key constituencies to be consulted for the future of the School of Education (page 16).

  • Work closely with human resources, fiscal, and administrative staff to ensure compliance with regulatory issues, especially related to the globalization of the university (pages 20-21).

  • Consult staff in conversations on community outreach and engagement (pages 25-26). Staff members often manage these relationships for their schools and units through alumni relations, career services, service learning programs, and other channels. These individuals may provide valuable information on where their units are currently partnered, so IU may build on that existing network of engagement.

3) Consult staff throughout conversations on realignments, mergers and renovations.

The realignment and mergers of IU units can disproportionately affect staff members, who may find their positions duplicated or obsolete within new units. As IU advances current efforts to realign and merge units (page 10) and creates the new School of Design and Art (page 28), we urge IU to consult with affected staff on:

  • The design of new administrative structures;

  • Areas of duplication and gaps not covered within new structures;

  • Existing skillsets among the staff and opportunities for staff to grow professionally in addressing these gaps; and

  • Ways staff members can most effectively transition to the new structures.

In addition to realignments and mergers, we encourage IU to seek staff, faculty, and student feedback on the renovations of buildings and facilities across campus. Staff members work in these buildings every day and will be heavily affected by the repurposing of certain facilities. The availability of affordable parking facilities are of particular concern to staff, as indicated in an IUBPC survey conducted with Bloomington professional staff in summer 2014. Therefore, we appreciate IU’s ongoing focus to improve parking on campus (page 33), but encourage the university to hold public forums with all employees to communicate and gather feedback on such developments.

Overall, these steps will support IU’s efforts to retain the most talented staff, support their development, and better enable IU to foster a culture of transparency during times of change.

 

4) Increase communication about the advancement of the university strategic plan.

 

As much as possible, communicate the development of this plan across the university community, to ensure a culture of transparency.

 

5) Involve staff in any task forces that move the strategic plan forward.

 

Finally, we urge administration to involve staff on any development and implementation task forces for the Bicentennial Strategic Plan, as IU finalizes this document and moves it forward. Staff members are uniquely positioned to provide feedback on and promote the implementation of these programs.

Thank you again for the opportunity to provide feedback on the Bicentennial Strategic Plan for Indiana University. The IU Bloomington Professional Council welcomes the opportunity to collaborate further with university officials on the development of these policies and resources. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of further assistance.

 

The 2014-2015 IU Bloomington Professional Council

 

Executive Committee

 

Jennifer Pearl, President, School of Public Health-Bloomington, jenpearl@indiana.edu

Rachel Lawmaster, Vice President, Wells Scholars Program, raclee@indiana.edu

Lauren McHugh, Secretary, Integrated Science and Accelerator Technology Hall, laumchug@indiana.edu

Kyle Newnum, Treasurer, Residential Programs & Services, knewnum@indiana.edu

Amanda Peterson, Parliamentarian, School of Public & Environmental Affairs, amkhoffm@indiana.edu

 

Representatives

 

Patricia Crouch, Psychological & Brain Sciences, pcrouch@indiana.edu

Jennifer Schepers, School of Informatics and Computing, jjschepe@indiana.edu

Tony Emmons, VP Information Technology, emmonst@indiana.edu

Cassandra Franks, FMS Administration, cassfran@iu.edu

Gillian Johnston, College of Arts & Sciences, gijohnst@indiana.edu

Mary Kern, University Student Services, mbkern@indiana.edu

Emily Liverman, Russian & East European Institute, eliverma@indiana.edu

Gwen McCay, Office of Academic Support & Diversity, gmccay@indiana.edu

Maryanne McDonnell, Center for Survey Research, mmcdonn@indiana.edu

Robert Ping, UITS, robping@iu.edu

Roger Rhodes, Psychological & Brain Sciences, rhodesr@indiana.edu

Jon Riveire, Office of Student Ethics, jriveire@indiana.edu

Katherine Sartori, Residential Programs & Services, ksartori@indiana.edu

Babita Lamsal Upadhyay, Multicultural Affairs, bupadhya@indiana.edu

Tony Walker, VP Information Technology, tonlwalk@iu.edu

 

BPC Auction

 

All items must be turned in to the BPC office by 2:00 pm, Monday, November 24.  At that time a tally will be taken of the dollar amount of items donated to make sure there is enough to go forward with a start date of December 1.

 

BPC Professional Grants

 

The deadline to apply for the next round of professional development grants is 5:00 pm, Monday, December 1.  Based on feedback from the last BPC survey and consensus from BPC members, the Professional Interests Committee will be rewriting some parameters for the grant program.  The total amount allowed for each grant will be raised from $400 per grant to $600 per grant.  The number of deadlines per year will be reduced from three to two.  Therefore, the total dollar amount distributed per year will remain the same.  These new guidelines will be placed on the website in 2015.

 

Finance Updates

  • All money from the August round of professional development grants has been disbursed.

  • Kyle met with a representative from IU Foundation last month to gain a better understanding of how that account operates.

  • Each standing committee should begin work on a budget request for next year.

Meeting with UHRS

 

Jen Pearl and Rachel Lawmaster met with John Whelan and Suzanne Ryan in October.  John has been tasked with looking for ways to improve the quality of life at IU.  When the group meets again in January, Jen and Rachel will put forward some themes that might be included in an upcoming survey to be prepared by UHRS. 

Prompted by the 2014 BPC survey, another topic of discussion was salary and benefit inequalities across campus.  This led to a conversation about short-term leave.  This conversation will be continued.

 

Standing Committee Reports

 

Communications and Marketing Committee – 10/27/2014 – Kate Sartori

Meeting Attendance

  • Present

    • Kate Sartori, Amanda Peterson, Roger Rhodes, Emily Liverman and Patricia Crouch

  • Not Present

    • Mary Kern

Project Area Discussion

  • Newsletter & Email Digest (Patricia)

    • We would like to decide on an official name, something other than “newsletter” or “digest”

    • Thoughts on PDF vs. JPG or both? Ideas?

  • Website (Roger)

    • Roger will be working with Teresa to learn how she updates information and how we can move forward with a new website

    • Roger will also relay the idea of having all upcoming meetings listed on the homepage of the website

  • Social Media (Kate)

    • Kate is posting items that are passed along to her

  • Survey/Feedback (Emily)

    • Emily has agreed to look over the previous survey to pick out information that may be pertinent for smaller survey this year

  • Informational Materials (Mary)

    • Mary has been providing new employee guide to new folks

    • Mary will continue to help proof read newsletters, etc.

Old Business

  • Auction Updates

    • All have folks to call and solicit donations from

New Business

  • Sexual Assault Policy

    • Requests for a “flow-chart” or “decision-tree” type of document for each employee to have so folks know “what to do if…” and how to properly follow-up with students

    • Formal training programs were also brought up

  • Schedule for Publication Release

    • Is the IUBPC interested in receiving an email reminder a couple days before the Digest and/or Inside IUB deadline?

      • Would it be more beneficial to only send to Executive Committee and Committee Chairs?

  • Publication Boiler Plate

    • Emily and Roger drafted the following statement to be used in each publication:

      • The IUB Professional Council, composed of members elected by IUB’s professional staff, offer advice and recommendations in developing university policies that affect us. We encourage professional staff to bring work-related issues and problems to the council, and to attend our monthly meetings.

  • Banner

    • 3 ft. x 8 ft. (36 in x 96 in) banner:

      • Without grommets = $166

      • With four grommets at the top = $170.80

    • At least a four day turn around

  • Thank You Cards

    • The cut size of notecard = 5.5” x 8.5”  (scored for folded size being 5.5”x4.25”)  - printed on one side only

    • Envelope size = A-2: 5.75” x 4.375” (sold in quantity of 250) 

    • Set of notecards and blank matching envelopes:

      • 250 = $92.50

      • 500 = $165.00

      • 1000 = $295.00

  • On-Going List of “Things to Know”

    • Folks will be keeping track

At today’s business meeting, Gillian volunteered to send Kate a connection to look at a “pop-up” style banner.

Digest items should be submitted to Patricia by November 28.  The next edition will be distributed December 1.

 

Executive Committee – 11/12/2014 – Jennifer Pearl

Executive committee meeting:

  • Rescheduled to Monday, November 17 due to multiple conflicts

  • Ongoing work via email

Meeting with John Whelan, IU Associate Vice President for HR and Suzanne Ryan 

  • First meeting on Wednesday, October 29; Rachel and Jen are scheduled to meet quarterly with John Whelan and Suzanne Ryan in UHRS

  • Discussion included:

    • Overview of IUBPC and history of work with UHRS

    • Summer 2014 IUBPC survey of professional staff

    • Priorities emerging from the survey:

      • Benefits, salary, and unevenness across the university

      • Short-term leave, such as parental leave and catastrophic sick-leave

  • Life at IU

    • John Whelan’s 1st year in UHRS includes a focus on how to improve life at IU

    • UHRS is considering doing a survey of university employees on this topic, in the coming year

    • IUBPC might be able to provide support with ideas on themes to include in the survey

  • Short-term leave

    • Based on the survey, the group discussed ways to approach ongoing interest in a catastrophic leave bank and improved parental leave for staff

    • The answer may reside more generally in IU’s approach to short-term leave, to be discussed further at the next quarterly meeting

  • Action items

    • Next meeting: Wednesday, January 28, 2015

    • IUBPC will bring more survey data focused on the above topics and ideas on survey themes, for discussion

    • IUBPC will also find a time to host John Whelan as a guest speaker

Meeting with IU Foundation

  • Kyle met with IUF about the IUBPC foundation account

  • He will provide a report at the 11/17 EC meeting and 11/19 business meeting

Bloomington Faculty Council meetings

  • Jen attended the October 21 and November 4 BFC meetings

  • Highlights included:

    • Enrollment Report: Freshman Class Update and Recruitment and Funding for High Ability/Low Income Students (David Johnson, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management)

    • Recruitment and Funding for Underrepresented Students (David Johnson, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management; Professor Martin McCrory, Associate Vice President for Academic Support and Retention and Vice Provost for Educational Inclusion and Diversity; Jim Gibson, Director, Twenty-First Century Scholar Program)

    • Faculty Recruitment and Retention (Associate Vice Provost Claude Clegg)

    • Academic Guide Policy Migration (Chief Policy Officer Jenny Kincaid and Vice Provost Tom Gieryn)

    • Student Mental Health and Wellness Resources for Students (Chris Meno, Coordinator of Outreach and Consultation)

    • Healthy IU Initiative (MaryFrances McCourt, Senior Vice President, CFO and Treasurer)

    • Student Debt Reduction at IU (MaryFrances McCourt, Senior Vice President, CFO and Treasurer)

Business meeting agenda: created

 

Outreach and Advocacy Committee – 11/04/2014 – Cassandra Franks

  • LOCATION: CIB Room 250A

  • PRESENT: Lauren McHugh, Cassandra Franks, Tony Emmons, Rob Ping, Gwen McKay, Maryanne McDonnell

  • NOT PRESENT: Jennifer Schepers

Meeting Notes:

    • Meeting began with reviewing process documents drafted by Lauren

      • They were reviewed and approved and small changes made regarding the post-tour email process

        • Note was added in process document to include a “closing tour statement” in which we would ask for any feedback, thank the attendees, and thank the host

Get to Know Your Campus – Updates:

    • No more tours scheduled until February 2015 due to weather and holidays

      • February 2015: Alumni Hall (Tony E.)

        • Discussed this as a potential networking event as well

      • March 2015: IU Cinema (Jennifer S.)

      • April 2015: Carmichael Room (Rob P.)

      • May 2015: Admissions? (Cassie F.)

    • OPEN LIST OF TOUR IDEAS:

      • University Curator for a tour of IU art (Cassandra sent list to Tony for Union tour)

      • University tour of Union and new organ/bell tower (Robert to inquire)

      • Final Cyclotron tour (Lauren to inquire)

      • Hilltop Garden & Nature Center (Robert to inquire)

      • Federal Room

      • Kirkwood Observatory

      • President’s House

      • School of Journalism

Spring Forum:

    • To be discussed soon, Gwen noted she is trying to coordinate dates

  • Staff Merit Awards:

    • Lunch for committee in process and winners should be announced in a week or two (Gwen)

Action Items:

    • Reach out for Spring tour ideas – R. Ping, C. Franks, L. McHugh

    • Send in request for funds and draft an annual budget for committee – Rob P.

    • Tour photos discussed – should be uploaded to IUBPC Facebook page? – Rob P. to inquire about user rights

At today’s meeting, the director presenters for the spring forum Tuesday, April 14, 2015, Noon - 2:00 pm, IMU Georgian Room:

  • Dr. Brian Gilley, First Nations, Education and Cultural Center (FNECC)

  • Dr. Stephanie Power-Carter, Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center (NMBCC)

  • Doug Bauder, Gay Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Center (GLBT)

  • Lillian Casillas-Origel, Latino Culture Center (La Casa)

  • Dr. Charles Sykes, African American Arts Institute (AAAI)

  • Melanie Castillo-Cullather, Asian Culture Center, (ACC)

Guest Speaker: Rob Aspy, Equal Opportunity Specialist; Emily Springston, Chief Student Welfare and Title IX Officer; Jennifer Kincaid, Chief Policy Officer

 

Rob began by providing a brief history of Title IX. He distributed a brochure containing resources and information, as well as processes address incidents of sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking.  This information is online, at http://stopsexualviolence.iu.edu/.

 

Following a question and answer period with Rob, Emily and Jenny, the BPC considered a draft of its feedback to the IU UA-03 Sexual Misconduct Policy.  After some discussion and a few changes, the following response was voted on and approved, with 1 abstention.

 

November 19, 2014

 

To Whom It May Concern:

 

The Indiana University Bloomington Professional Council (IUBPC) appreciates this opportunity to provide feedback on the IU UA-03 Sexual Misconduct Policy. Our council comprises 21 members that represent more than 3,000 Bloomington-based professional staff. After reviewing this policy, we wish to submit the following comments and recommendations.

 

1. Clarify the relationship of UA-03 with other policies and laws.

 

UA-03 is most focused on IU’s Title IX responsibilities, but does not explain in depth additional responsibilities that employees may have related to other laws and policies. It would be helpful if UA-03 could delineate employee responsibilities to report sexual misconduct as they overlap with:

  • The Clery Act, for reporting crime statistics;

  • FERPA, for student privacy, including what to do if a parent reports misconduct;

  • Hate crimes legislation, if sexual misconduct is suspected of being perpetrated due to actual or perceived race, gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, or disability; and

  • Any other related laws and policies.

2. Develop IU employee training and resources for UA-03.

IUBPC recognizes that employee training is forthcoming on UA-03 requirements, from the Office of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity. Currently, UA-03 is quite thorough; however it is so comprehensive that it can be difficult to sift through and understand, especially in a crisis situation. We would like to underscore the need for widespread employee training and clear resources, as early as possible, so all IU staff may understand their role in reporting sexual misconduct.

IUBPC recommends developing the following:

  • A mechanism that ensures that all responsible employees are aware of this policy, especially since improper reporting may result in employee termination.

  • A flow chart on how to report an incident for students and employees, with clearly numbered steps, to be posted in offices, bathrooms, and on the stopsexualviolence.iu.edu site.

  • Mandatory in-person and/or online trainings for those defined as responsible employees under UA-03. This could be similar to what is required for FERPA.

  • Additional, non-mandatory trainings should be made available for all members of the IU community.

     

Trainings should include:

  • Reporting requirements that emphasize the most important parts of the policy for employees to know, as it is so comprehensive;

  • The differences between reporting sexual violence to the police vs. IU;

  • An overview of resources included on stopsexualviolence.iu.edu, which is currently not well-known; and

  • A full list of resources to which responsible employees may refer students who report sexual misconduct.

  • A visual image that trained employees may post in their workspaces to help guide students on where to report sexual misconduct.

  • Ongoing trainings for employees throughout their careers at IU, to keep current.

3.  Address the role of non-IU employees.

 

While UA-03 clearly defines responsible employees who have the authority to redress sexual misconduct, it does not address the roles of non-IU employees that frequently interface with students. These employees include individuals working within the Greek system, who are often closest to students, or contract employees through companies like Sodexo, who may work with student staff.

 

4. Define the role of a responsible employee’s supervisor.

 

Currently, UA-03 does not describe how a responsible employee may involve his/her supervisor in reporting an incident. When should supervisors be notified? Are there instances, such as those governed by FERPA, in which a responsible employee cannot inform a supervisor of the incident?

 

5. Create guidelines for off-campus misconduct connected to IU programs.

 

No reporting guidelines are mentioned for sexual misconduct that happens off-campus, but is still connected to IU programs. For example, if sexual misconduct happens to a student traveling on IU programs for study abroad, or service learning, what additional reporting requirements are there for responsible employers? Should law enforcement at that location be notified, or IUPD, or both? If harassment or stalking occurs online, what is the legal jurisdiction?

 

6. Develop guidelines and resources for international students.

 

International students who are victims or accused perpetrators of sexual violence need to understand their rights and protections under US law and IU policies. Stigma and lack of understanding of laws and policies could deter international students from reporting incidents. IUBPC recommends that IU: 

  • Cover sexual violence policies and resources during international student orientation;

  • Develop resources to support responsible employees who are helping international students in these situations; and

  • Appoint a special advisor within the Office of International Services to help international students navigate related laws, policies, and systems and provide advocacy whenever possible.

7. Develop guidelines and resources for GLBTQ students.

 

GLBTQ students can face additional stigma in reporting sexual violence, greater risk of sexual assault, or may not wish to report violence out of concern for revealing their sexual or gender identity. Training and resources to help responsible employees and IU healthcare professionals to understand and work with these students is important. The GLBT Student Support Services Office should be included as well.

8. Clarify terms within the glossary, including:

  • The Clery Act;

  • FERPA;

  • Hate crimes legislation; and

  • Further clarify sexual harassment:  does this definition include actions such as catcalling, which students may experience when participating in IU off-campus programs or on overseas study?

9.  Work with representative bodies to develop further policies.

 

IUBPC acknowledges that university-wide procedures for incidents involving allegations of sexual misconduct by employees will be developed soon. We encourage IU to work closely with representative bodies of employees across the university as they develop these procedures, such as the: 

  • American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)

  • Asian Pacific American Faculty Staff Council (APAFSC)

  • Bloomington Academic Advisors Council

  • Bloomington Black Faculty Council (BBFC)

  • Bloomington Faculty Council (BFC)

  • Communication Workers of America (CWA)

  • IU Student Association (IUSA)

  • Latino Faculty Staff Council

Thank you again for the opportunity to provide feedback on UA-03. The IU Bloomington Professional Council welcomes the opportunity to collaborate further with university officials on the development of these policies and resources. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of further assistance.

 

The 2014-2015 IU Bloomington Professional Council

 

Executive Committee

 

Jennifer Pearl, President, School of Public Health-Bloomington, jenpearl@indiana.edu

Rachel Lawmaster, Vice President, Wells Scholars Program, raclee@indiana.edu

Lauren McHugh, Secretary, Integrated Science and Accelerator Technology Hall, laumchug@indiana.edu

Kyle Newnum, Treasurer, Residential Programs & Services, knewnum@indiana.edu

Amanda Peterson, Parliamentarian, School of Public & Environmental Affairs, amkhoffm@indiana.edu

 

Representatives

 

Patricia Crouch, Psychological & Brain Sciences, pcrouch@indiana.edu

Jennifer Schepers, School of Informatics and Computing, jjschepe@indiana.edu

Tony Emmons, VP Information Technology, emmonst@indiana.edu

Cassandra Franks, FMS Administration, cassfran@iu.edu

Gillian Johnston, College of Arts & Sciences, gijohnst@indiana.edu

Mary Kern, University Student Services, mbkern@indiana.edu

Emily Liverman, Russian & East European Institute, eliverma@indiana.edu

Gwen McCay, Office of Academic Support & Diversity, gmccay@indiana.edu

Maryanne McDonnell, Center for Survey Research, mmcdonn@indiana.edu

Robert Ping, UITS, robping@iu.edu

Roger Rhodes, Psychological & Brain Sciences, rhodesr@indiana.edu

Jon Riveire, Office of Student Ethics, jriveire@indiana.edu

Katherine Sartori, Residential Programs & Services, ksartori@indiana.edu

Babita Lamsal Upadhyay, Multicultural Affairs, bupadhya@indiana.edu

Tony Walker, VP Information Technology, tonlwalk@iu.edu

 

Announcements

 

The December business meeting will be held Wednesday, December 17, from 3-5 pm in KSOB CG3055.

 

All committee reports should be submitted to the BPC office by noon on Wednesday, November 12.

 

Meeting was adjourned at 4:55 pm.