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Staff, Faculty, & Student Senate Reports to the Board of Trustees

Staff Reports to the Board of Trustees

February 5, 2015

SEC held two staff meetings with over 40 staff members in attendance at each meeting. Student Activities and Admissions all gave presentations regarding their department area. Greek Life and Intervarsity sent representatives to spotlight their organizations. Finally, new elections guidelines were discussed, voted on by the campus staff and approved. (full speech)

October 17, 2014

During the 2013-2014 academic year, the Staff Executive Committee (SEC) provided ten professional development opportunities that were open to the entire staff. SEC also distributed grants to 34 staff members which allowed them to attend annual/national conferences or additional training/certification courses. (full speech)

April 17, 2014

The Carroll University Staff have been busy engaging in campus activities this semester. Upon learning of the budget rebalancing efforts, many attended the informational sessions which helped them to understand and work together to move forward as a community. (full speech)

February 6, 2014

We have had another start to a busy semester for Staff but are excited about the upcoming science building and other campus projects. (full speech)

May 11, 2013

As the semester comes to a close, I would like to tell you about some exciting things that have taken place and what is planned for this summer. (full speech)

February 7, 2013

This has been an exciting start of another great semester for the staff. I would like to outline things that have taken place already and those that are planned for this semester. (full speech)

September 28, 2012

This has been an exciting start of another great semester for the staff. I would like to outline the items that have taken place already and what things are planned for this semester. (full speech)

Abby Meddaugh

Abby Meddaugh
Staff President

Faculty Reports to the Board of Trustees

February 5, 2015

My October report focused on governance committees and some of their goals for the academic year. In this report, I focus on the faculty body. The core issues faculty face this year have not much changed since October. Each month, substantial time has been devoted to these core issues during the faculty meeting. Over the course of a semester of such meetings as well as less formal conversations, certain themes emerged. (full speech)

October 17, 2014

Before classes began, I met with representatives from governance committees to discuss charges and goals. Faculty members continue to contribute thoughtfully to the workings of governance through committees. (full speech)

April 17, 2014

In regular faculty business, the graduate certificate in Business Entrepreneurship has been approved by the Program Curriculum and Assessment Committee. (full speech)

February 6, 2014

After my October experience with the Board of Trustees, I sense that most of what I have to tell you will be discussed at least once in someone else's report. (full speech)

October 11, 2013

I am proud to sit before you representing the faculty of Carroll University. The dedication, expertise and enthusiasm demonstrated by my colleagues on the faculty are qualities I value very much and am grateful to share. (full speech)

May 11, 2013

At a recent meeting, I presented my last official report to the faculty. I told them that it has been my distinct honor to serve two terms as faculty president. (full speech)

February 7, 2013

As the president, provost and members of the Recruitment Task Force on the Humanities and Social Sciences have reported, the institution, administration and faculty are on the move, building a cross-cultural general education curriculum and other programs that distinguish Carroll University. (full speech)

September 28, 2012

Last spring, I presented some sobering statistics regarding our growing imbalance between the 76 percent of students majoring in the College of Natural and Health Sciences and Business and the 24 percent majoring in the College of the Humanities, Social Sciences and Education (CHSSE). (full speech)

Kristen Lampe

Kristen Lampe
Faculty President

Student Senate Reports to the Board of Trustees

February 5, 2015

It is hard for me to believe that another semester has come and gone so quickly. It makes me realize how amazingly short my time at Carroll really feels. With that being said, Student Senate is seeking to address problems in the here and now, but that will also provide lasting change for the many students who will come after us. (full speech)

October 17, 2014

With the addition of five new organizations in the past academic year, Carroll University now has 52 student organizations to meet student's needs and interests. (full speech)

April 17, 2014

This year, Student Senate worked on transparency. The goal of every new initiative pursued was to create better communication with Student Senate and the Student Body. (full speech)

February 6, 2014

Student Senate continues its efforts to equally represent and address the concerns of the student body. This report addresses the continuing initiatives of Student Senate, highlights the importance of campus organizations, and concludes with a final note. (full speech)

May 11, 2013

It is hard to wrap my mind around the idea that another academic year is already here and gone. Much has taken place in this time, and the end of the year is always a time of reflection on our experiences at Carroll. (full speech)

February 7, 2013

The fall 2012 semester was here and gone in a flash. I am proud to say we have transitioned as a Student Senate into the new situation presented to us as we took off running with a very new and very young group of members. (full speech)

September 28, 2012

The theme at Carroll for the 2012-2013 school year is Energy. Needless to say, the energy is everywhere. (full speech)

David Earleywine

David Earleywine
Student Senate President

 
 
 
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