24 January 2006
Attendees: Katrina Aspnes, Lenden Neeper, Arielle Pechette, Zach Freeman, Bob (Really? What happened to Robert?) Sons, Kara Leach, Angela Bosco-Lauth, Tiffany Weiss, Teresa Elam, Lori Testa, Megan Royer, John Prucha, Amanda Draine, Dr. Ken Blehm, Susan Deines
Treasurers Report: (John Prucha)
Ending balance on the books in our freestyle checking: $74.66
CVMBS balance on the books: $7,267.67
Coffee Cart: (Tiffany Weiss & Angela Bosco-Lauth)
Earnings: MSA $44.24, CVMBS $37.24; current balance in savings: $141.22
This money can be used for whatever we decide.
This semester we will continue serving on Wednesday mornings starting 2/8/06, all those who would like to volunteer working a shift or part of a shift, please contact Tiffany or Angela. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
No new proposals at this time.
Deadline has been set for the next round of proposals: 31 March 2006
Senate Report: (Katrina Aspnes)
1) Elections Code this will affect how campaign spending is reported
2) Elections Committee Volunteers are needed to monitor campaigns. Nine people are needed and the commitment is 3-4 weeks, about 1 meeting per week, except the last week where many emergency meetings will be likely. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Katrina. firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Anyone can attend Chambers meetings on Wednesdays.
UTFAB/UFFAB: (Tiffany Weiss & Megan Royer)
Currently the board has about $200,000 to use for improvements.
The University Faculty Fee Advisory Board is discussing a
bonding project for the
There is talk of
NOTE: Meetings are Mondays at 4pm
COF: (Dr. Blehm)
Notice to all students that there are new policies in place for the College Opportunity Fund distribution. The Census Date will now change what happens if you add or drop a class after our February 1st add/free drop date.
1) If you add after Feb 1st you will not get COF funds for your credit hours
2) If you drop after Feb 1st you could get billed for the COF funds that were distributed on your behalf, which is currently $80/credit hour.
Visit Days: (Dr. Blehm)
High School juniors and seniors will be visiting CSU & CVMBS. Dr. Blehm is interested in volunteers to partner with him in giving information to the students on the following days: 2/17, 3/24, 4/3, and 4/10. The typical expectation is that the student would arrive at 905 AM in the Student Center; make a short statement at the end of his presentation on why being a major in MB or EH is a good thing; and then participate in a question and answer period with me. Two presentations will be done between 9:05 and 10:00 and the format would be the same. For more information please contact Dr. Blehm prior to February 10th Ken.Blehm@colostate.edu
Tuesday, February 7th, 2006