ASLCSC Senate Meeting Minutes January 23, 2001
ASLCSC Senate Meeting Minutes
January 23, 2001
The meeting was called to order at 4:32 p.m.
Present: Fox, Heath, Lawyer, Ochszner, Skow, Redford, McCoy, Nunez
Approval of Minutes of Janaury 16, 2001.
Dr. Meier - Gone to State Boards in Boise.
Mr. Magruder - Strongly recommended the career fair at WSU on February 27th. It is a tremendous opportunity for students to meet with many potential employers. The COM Board meets this Thursday, January 25th at 3:00 p.m. in SUB 225. Don't forget the ski trip this weekend.
Vice President Sonnen - Reminder: Co-Curricular proposals for spring are due in Dan Regan's office on February 15th. The Craft Fair Committee will have a follow-up meeting next Wednesday at noon in the Executive Offices. They will be discussing the possibility of having vendors in the spring for the craft fair in December. She has scheduled Wednesdays, 3-5 p.m. to meet in the ASLCSC office regarding student fees. A full budget report will be presented at the first meeting in February.
Ethics Committee: Senate Majority Leader Ochszner stated that this committee met last Thursday after the Round Table meeting to discuss the inappropriateness of leaving the meeting before it has adjourned especially when visitors are present.
Resolution #01-S007, Motion Senator Fox, Second Senator McCoy Resolution passed unanimously.
Senate Information Reports:
Retreat Ideas - Senate Majority Leader Ochszner reviewd the project and issue ideas from the retreat. Some have been completed; some are still being worked on; and some have fallen into the hands of others.
Senator McCoy stated that he had not found any AA group that would be willing to sponsor a meeting on campus. Senator Lawyer stated that she would ask the NezPerce Tribe if they would be willing to do so. A suggestion was made that we could post the meetings in the area on the ASLCSC bulletin board along with the book exchange stuff.
Motion to adjourn, Senator Nunez, Second Senator McCoy. Meeting Adjourned at 5:00 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted by: Laura Wilson
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