AAC Meeting Minutes
March 4, 2010
Call to order: 12:10 p.m.
New member, Jamie Williams, 2002 alum, works in Community Service office (chosen from new employee pool after Mike Richwalsky’s departure)
We agree the feedback is OK to send to the DGE committee
Betsy: If the number of responses is too small, they won’t report them at all; Betsy will send the feedback to Ian B.
FCC Member Replacement
It is a responsibility of the AAC to make suggestions to the office of the president for new members of FCC. Everyone should think about who they would like to suggest.
Need someone who:
• Will attend regularly, be aggressive, show up, and represent AAC
• Meet weekly – big commitment, 4:30–6 p.m.
— ACTION ITEM: Bring names of who you would like to nominate —
James Fadden is looking for feedback about Google Apps; project is considered to be done, he will be coming to a future meeting (next?)
— ACTION ITEM: Bring your concerns and feedback about Google Apps —
Subcommittee on Bylaw Review – Jason Ramsey
Jason did a review of the clusters and drew up a map that shows all administrators and where they work as well as what AEC member they are under
Do we keep 11 people on AAC? Need a quarum, need attendance
Why do we want to improve this? The system is outdated.
What is the goal of AAC?
Should Parkhurst be included as part of AAC?
We’re all leaning toward a cluster organization by building, this solves a few issues; Jason is in support of this option, but it still needs fleshed out
The AAC year runs from July > June
Suggestion for new people to start in September
Should we change the meeting time?
Adjourned 1:08 p.m.