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Staff Council Members 2014-2015

The mission of the Wheaton College Staff Association, founded in 1993, is to give all members of the staff the opportunity for and voice in the governance and the life of the Wheaton College community. The Staff Association strives to contribute to the fulfillment and communication of Wheaton’s institutional priorities and goals.

This year's council comprises:  co-chairs Scott Hamlin and Chris Larrivey and members Gary Ahrendts, Stephen Angelo, Regina Carvell, Susan de Jong, Craig Kilburn, Melody Lothes, Sue Morgado, and Lora Sharpe.

The council meets on the second Tuesday of each month at noon in the President's Dining Room in Emerson hall.  Please join us for the next meeting!

The next meeting is on Tuesday, January 13, at noon in the Greenaway Room in the library.  The agenda includes:

Reading and approval of minutes

Presentation from Kate McCaffrey Kenny, Vice President for Student Affairs

Reports of Committees:

1. Communications Committee (Susan de Jong, Lora Sharpe)

2. Employment Environment Committee (Jenny Heller, Craig Kilburn, Gary Ahrendts)

3. Nominations and Elections (Melody Lothes, Regina Carvel)

4. Professional Development Committee (Scott Hamlin, Gary Ahrendts, Barbara Lema)

Old Business:

1. Atomic Learning

2. Summer Work Schedule

New Business:

1. Staff Council Suggestion Box Status

Open Discussion:

1. Anything else?

Meeting Adjourned

FY15 Staff Council and All Staff Meeting Schedule

ALL ARE WELCOME!

If you can't attend a meeting and have something you would like the Council to address please contact a member of the Committee or email us at staffcouncil@wheatoncollege.edu.

Members:

Christopher Larrivey Regina Carvell Melody Lothes Lora Sharpe
Scott Hamlin Susan de Jong Jenny Heller Stephen Angelo
Gary Ahrendts Craig Kilburn Sue Morgado  

Click to read the association's charter

 

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