Present: Jerilyn McIntyre, Dave Soltz, Rich Corona, Charlotte Tullos, Paul Baker, Libby Street, Karen Blair, Becky Watson, Leslie Webb, Pat Devlin, Shelly Johnson, Jadon Berry
Guests: Sherer Holter, Michael Jennings, Nancy Howard, & Carmen Rahm
Sherer Holter, AVP for Human Resources:
Jadon Berry, ASCWU BOD President:
Mr. Berry reported that the auction for the Stevenson quintuplets was very successful. Today marks the official day of election season. Filing will begin spring quarter. The board of directors are concerned about all of the credit card solicitations that students receive, so Mr. Berry and Mr. Rosenberry will be meeting with Mr. Corona to discuss strategies for handling these solicitations.
Kim Dawson, Administrative Operations Coordinator:
Karen Blair, Chair ADCO:
Dr. Blair reported that the chairs are working on workload forms for this year and next. She added that this is a very busy time of the year for chairs.
Becky Watson, Director, Public Relations & Marketing:
Dr. Watson reported that the photo search engine is complete. She commended the student group who worked on this project. They did a great job. ITS is now working to get the program on line and accessible. Central Connections will be mailed March 15.
Leslie Webb, Chair, Diversity Council:
Ms. Webb reported that the State of Diversity Address is Monday, May 14 at 1:00 p.m. There is a meeting on Monday to discuss Phase II of the Spanish Language web pages. A Diversity Council publication has recently been developed and will be distributed campus wide soon.
Nancy Howard, Director, Office for Equal Opportunity:
Ms. Howard distributed a poster titled, "equality." The poster was designed to promote diversity and equal opportunity at Central Washington University. It has been very well received.
Pat Devlin, WFSE Union President:
Shelly Johnson, Director, Budget Planning:
Ms. Johnson reported that the budget office continues to work on fiscal notes.
Carmen Rahm, AVP for Information Technology Services:
Mr. Rahm reported that ITS staff has done a great job handling the daylight savings time issues. ITS is working with the Diversity Education Center on the Spanish Language web pages. The Student Technology Committee recently allocated $35,000 to replace laptops in the Library. The HR/SAEM PeopleSoft upgrade is going well. An executive team oversees the project and reports that we are still on schedule to go live in October. Over spring break, Barge Hall will become wireless. Mr. Rahm reminded everyone to checkout the information on the intranet regarding file sharing. The Chronicle of Higher Education recently had a front-page story about these same issues.
No old business.