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  • The cals student association (1)

    1. 1. The CALS Student Association
    2. 2. Brief Overview Executive Council 12 officers, 8 are elected Reasonable officer criteria for each position are defined Officer duties are clearly defined and expansive Student Council Four elected members from each class, first through fourth year student and graduates, one short course member. Standing committees Internal chair and secretary RSO Delegates Council Current CALS Student Council, runs primary student org events Twice a semester meetings Internal chair and secretary
    3. 3. Brief Overview Executive Council 12 officers, 8 are elected Reasonable officer criteria for each position are defined Officer duties are clearly defined and expansive Student Council Four elected members from each class, first through fourth year student and graduates, one short course member. Standing committees Internal chair and secretary RSO Delegates Council Current CALS Student Council, runs primary student org events Twice a semester meetings Internal chair and secretary
    4. 4. Brief Overview Executive Council 12 officers, 8 are elected Reasonable officer criteria for each position are defined Officer duties are clearly defined and expansive Student Council Four elected members from each class, first through fourth year student and graduates, one short course member. Standing committees Internal chair and secretary RSO Delegates Council Current CALS Student Council, runs primary student org events Twice a semester meetings Internal chair and secretary
    5. 5. Quick BenefitsPotential for larger student representation org head count ~700 class + org rep ~1600+Larger organization with defined tasks and roles for members
    6. 6. How is it going to work all together? CALS Orgs Event Idea Requires all councils to pass New Shared Governance Policy Requires Student Council and Exec Council to pass Addition of CALS Student Organization Requires RSO Delegates Council Shared Governance Appointment Requires Student Council to pass
    7. 7. How is it going to work all together? CALS Orgs Event Idea Requires all councils to pass New Shared Governance Policy Requires Student Council and Exec Council to pass Addition of CALS Student Organization Requires RSO Delegates Council Shared Governance Appointment Requires Student Council to pass
    8. 8. How is it going to work all together? CALS Orgs Event Idea Requires all councils to pass New Shared Governance Policy Requires Student Council and Exec Council to pass Addition of CALS Student Organization Requires RSO Delegates Council Shared Governance Appointment Requires Student Council to pass
    9. 9. How is it going to work all together? CALS Orgs Event Idea Requires all councils to pass New Shared Governance Policy Requires Student Council and Exec Council to pass Addition of CALS Student Organization Requires RSO Delegates Council Shared Governance Appointment Requires Student Council to pass
    10. 10. Example: CALS Orgs Event Idea Merit Student Council Impact Idea Proposal Exec Council Responsibilities Feasibility Concerns Planning Funding Action
    11. 11. CALS Student Council transition toCALS Student Association
    12. 12. TimelineFebruary Amend & approve CALSSA Inform students (orgs, classes, emails, flyers)Last week of March Elections for Student Council & Officers2nd week of April New councils for ‘12-’13 convene, combined meeting3rd week of April CALS events (CD4K etc..) continue under oldcommittees/leadership with new members attending assignedcommittees
    13. 13. TimelineFebruary Amend & approve CALSSA Inform students (orgs, classes, emails, flyers)Last week of March Elections for Student Council & Officers2nd week of April New councils for ‘12-’13 convene, combined meeting3rd week of April CALS events (CD4K etc..) continue under oldcommittees/leadership with new members attending assignedcommittees
    14. 14. TimelineFebruary Amend & approve CALSSA Inform students (orgs, classes, emails, flyers)Last week of March Elections for Student Council & Officers2nd week of April New councils for ‘12-’13 convene, combined meeting3rd week of April CALS events (CD4K etc..) continue under oldcommittees/leadership with new members attending assignedcommittees
    15. 15. TimelineFebruary Amend & approve CALSSA Inform students (orgs, classes, emails, flyers)Last week of March Elections for Student Council & Officers2nd week of April New councils for ‘12-’13 convene, combined meeting3rd week of April CALS events (CD4K etc..) continue under oldcommittees/leadership with new members attending assignedcommittees
    16. 16. This is going to be tough, but to make this successful we all need to pitch in.

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