Spring 2015 AAC Meetings

  • February 4 at 11am, CC 206
  • January 15 at noon, CC206

Fall 2014 AAC Meetings

  • November 6 at noon, Wise Center Conference Room
  • October 14 at noon, McKinley’s Private Dining Room
  • October 2 at noon, CC 206
  • September 4 at noon, CC 206

Spring 2014 AAC Meetings

AAC is going to be meeting once a month at noon throughout the Spring semester. We encourage you to take connect with your Cluster reps often. More information about the reps can be found on the “Meet your reps” page.

Spring 2014 meeting dates and locations are:

  • Thursday, January 16th in McKinley’s Private Dining Room
  • Thursday, February 6th in Campus Center Room 301
  • Thursday, March 6th in Campus Center Room 301
  • Thursday, March 10th in Campus Center Room 301
  • Thursday, April 10 in Campus Center Room 206
  • Thursday, May 8th in Campus Center Room 301

Always feel free to connect and communicate with the committee via our on-line comment form here.

2013 AAC Meetings

  • October 10
  • November 7
  • December 5

2012 – 2013 AAC Meetings

AAC meets at noon one day a month from September through May.  This year we will conduct all meetings in the Campus Center Room 303. We encourage you to take connect with your Cluster reps often. More information about the reps can be found on the “Meet your reps” page.

Meeting dates this year are:

  • November 15
  • December 20
  • January 17
  • February 14
  • March 14
  • April 11
  • May 9

Always feel free to connect and communicate with the committee via our on-line comment form.

Financial Trilogy Series

 

For Employees: Estate Planning: Sharing Your Legacy While Reducing Taxes: March 8

 

 Is your financial house in order? Employees are invited to an Estate Planning Seminar from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 8, in the Tillotson Room of the Tippie Alumni Center.  Thomas C. Hoffman, an attorney with Knox McLaughlin Gornall & Sennet, P.C., will address such topics as reducing taxes, using charitable gifts to increase spendable income and supporting causes.  This event is sponsored by the Administrative Advisory Committee, the Staff Advisory Committee and the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs.

 

 Please bring your lunch; beverages and dessert will be provided.

2011-2012 Meeting Info

AAC meets at noon on the first Thursday of every month in Campus Center Room 303. We encourage you to take connect with your Cluster reps often. More information about the reps can be found on the “Meet your reps” page.

Always feel free to connect and communicate with the committee via our on-line comment form.

Start of a new semester

Tomorrow’s meeting at 12pm will involve the selection of officers and the start of new business for the committee.

The membership for the 2011-2012 Academic year is as follows:

Cluster 1 (Dean of College/President/Finance):
Kelly Boulton (returning)
Jodi Millin

Cluster 2 (Dean of Students excluding Athletics):
Jennifer Foxman (returning)
Jim Fitch

Cluster 3 (Athletics):
Kate Costanzo (returning)
Kelly Swiney

Cluster 4 (Development/Enrollment) :
Tahirah Jordan (returning)
Jesse Lavery

Cluster 5 (LITS):
Alan Bartlett (returning)
Brian Kern

Cluster 6 (New Employees):
Betsy Scarpaci

Elections and Summer

Minutes are posted to keep us update as of the last meeting.  (One more meeting’s minutes still to be approved.)

I just wanted to thank everyone for the heavy participation this year in the elections and say that we’ll be announcing the new membership as soon as we hear back from all of the committee members-to-be.

Where did Spring go?

It’s snowing outside.  It’s Spring.   Should AAC move that the snow cease and desist?  Regardless of the weather, we continue to be busy planning the trilogy with SAC and discussing administrative issues.

The minutes for the March 3rd meeting are now available in the minutes section.   AAC and SAC also met in joint session with Dr. Potter regarding the college’s diversity initiatives.  There is a real push to involve the broadest based community possible in these efforts, so we’re sure this is the first in a long series of reports on these initiatives!