College Council Meeting Minutes
27 September 2005
Our first order of business was to say thanks to Vanessa Moore for getting the website back up and running. Our website address is: http://www.cvmbs.colostate.edu/collegecouncil/
Also, a big thanks to Angela Bosco-Lauth for bringing the chocolate chip cookies!
Welcome to our new members this semester:
Welcome, and thanks for being a part of your technology money.
Angela gave a brief overview of CC to the new members.
There are no written proposals to look at, at this time. All proposals are due by October 25th. Both faculty and students are welcome to come up with proposals for our technology fees.
Tiffany Weiss suggested that the Micro-Computing lab scanner get the necessary software for updating the scanner to be able to save things as pdf files. As it is now we can only save things as jpg.
Susan Deines asked if there were any suggestions for the rocks in-between Micro and Anatomy/Zoology. A gazebo, picnic tables, etc. Please think about things within reason.
Several members were interested in baking, but less were interested in selling at this time. We will re-visit this later.
A bill called the Spirit Code was reviewed. We asked Robert to find out if there would be any disciplinary actions if the code was not followed. Otherwise it seemed harmless, but potentially also not doing much good.
Our newest Senators were voted in:
Katrina Aspnes was voted in as a Senator for ASCSU and
Megan Royer was voted in as an Associate Senator for ASCSU.
Congrats to you!
Congratulations to Tiffany Weiss for her installment as Vice Chair of UTFAB! In her most resent meeting with UTFAB, it was noted that about $70,000 in excess money was up for proposed smart room use. If you know of any rooms that are in need, please let Tiffany know.
Susan Deines put in a suggestion for Micro’s A113 or 114, whichever one is the bigger for becoming a smart room. Also Micro’s A101 is in need of a 2 screen system (one in each corner), since the one screen system (in the middle) is hard to see from some seats. Tiffany will work on this with Jim White.
Susan also suggested that perhaps the smaller of A113/114
could possibly be turned into a student lounge.
Just a thought.
Student Organization Registration
Angela Bosco-Lauth attended orientation on 9/26 as our active President. Our Treasurer, John Prucha, did not need to attend, due to the fact that we do not have an on-campus account, and therefore it is not necessary. Amanda Draine, our secretary attended an orientation on 9/27.
Angela is working on the registration papers, and it should be completed before our next meeting.
Amanda also recommended that the group think about getting an on-campus account, if only for the benefits of being able to give up our flea market space to outside vendors for ‘free’ money. (It is either $50 or $75 per day & we are allotted 15 days.) Also, if we ever volunteered for RAM Ride, we would get $75, but must have 10 people on a Thursday, or $150 for 20 people on a Friday/Saturday.