Join us for the final Earlham Student Senate meeting of the semester. When: Wed., April 27, 1 – 2:20 p.m. Where: Hancock Room, Runyan Center.Contact info for "EARLHAM STUDENT SENATE: "
Earlham faculty meets again. When: Wed., April 13, 1 p.m. Where: Stout Meetinghouse.
The Earlham Student Senate next meeting is scheduled. When: Wed., April 13, 1 – 2:20 p.m. Where: Room 105, Bolling Center.
The next Earlham Student Senate meeting is Wed., April 6 1 - 2:20 p.m. in the Hancock Room.
Regular Faculty Meeting scheduled. When: Wed., March 2, 1 p.m. Where: Loose Lecture Hall, Bolling Center.
An update in succumbing Senate meetings. When: Wed., Feb. 16, 1 – 2:20 p.m. The Senate will NOT meet on February 23. Where: Hancock Room. Contact: Earlham Student Government email@example.com .
Earlham Student Senate recently added the position of “Clerk.” The clerk will conduct the order of the ESS meetings and will not have a voice in the consensus process. The term will last for the calendar year. The clerk will also receive extensive training in proper clerking practices. Contact: Fill out an application at Runyan Desk and submit to the ESG drawer #285 in the mailroom.
The Budget Committee meets every Monday, 4 – 5:30 p.m. in Room 106 Bolling Center. Approved minutes and documents are posted in Community Docs, Budget Committee, Fall 2010. The current members are James Rogers, Cathy Anthhofer, Dan Rosenberg, Holly Woodruff, Rajaram Krishnan (convener) , Chris Swafford, Mandy Roell, Jonelle Ellis, Kimberley Shaw, Greg Mahler and Dick Smith.
The next Faculty Meeting of the academic year is Wed., Dec. 9, 1 p.m. Where: Stout Meetinghouse.
Come discuss and become informed about the major events of the Fall 2009 semester. Learn about P and P, curricular re-visioning and next semester’s Community Day. Also learn why you should care. As always, free cookies are provided with vegan and vegetarian options too. When: Sun., Nov. 15, 7 p.m. Where: Stout Meetinghouse.
It is almost time for ESG elections. Up for election are the SEC co-presidents, the vice-president of nominations and the vice-president of communication. Also, elections are held for SAB co-conveners, SOC co-conveners, recording clerk and secretary of finance. Nominating petition forms are available by e-mail and at the ESG office in Runyan. These petition forms are due in the ESG mailbox by Sun., Nov. 8. Contact: For any and all questions write to firstname.lastname@example.org.Contact info for "EARLHAM STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS: "
The first Faculty Meeting of the academic year is Wed., Sept. 9, 1 p.m. Where: Stout Meetinghouse.
Budget Committee meets every Monday at 4 p.m. in Room 106 Bolling Center. September meetings focus on sources of income for 2010-11. A more detailed calendar is available on Community Documents under Budget Committee. Faculty and Staff Members on this committee are: John Iverson (convener), Gail Clark, Mark Pearson, Mandy Roell, Jim Rogers, Dan Rosenberg, Shirley Smith, and Holly Woodruff. Doug Bennett, Greg Mahler and Dick Smith are ex officio members.
Dick Smith put a pdf of his PowerPoint presentation Earlham and the Financial Hurricane in the Budget Committee section of Community Documents. This was part of the opening plenary session of the Board of Trustees Meeting last week.
The Budget Committee is holding open meetings to discuss questions about the college's finances over the next several years. In addition to answering questions, Budget Committee members want to hear suggestions and concerns. Meeting times are:
- Thurs., Feb. 5, 9 a.m., Stout Meetinghouse
- Fri., Feb. 6, 3 p.m., Room 201, Bolling Center
- Tues., Feb. 10, 7:30 a.m., Service Building Maintenance Shop
If you are unable to attend, please send your questions, suggestions and concerns to email@example.com .
The Budget Committee meets weekly on Mon., 4 - 5:30 p.m. in Room 106, Bolling Center. John Iverson is the convener. Approved minutes are posted on the Community Documents Web site under Budget Committee. The committee responsibilities and a list of members is posted there as well. Contact: For more information, contact Dick Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Do you want to impact college governance? Earlham Student Government offers open committee positions. A list of openings and applications are available on the ESG board in the mailroom. Application deadline is Tues., Feb. 12. Contact: email@example.com .
Currently there are two positions available on the Student Faculty Affairs Committee. This student committee works with faculty committees and the president in interviews of prospective faculty and reviews of faculty before they achieve tenure. The committee is intense and requires membership continuity. For this reason we hope that members will serve for three or more semesters (not necessarily consecutively). The time commitment is at least 20 hours a semester and may be more during heavy semesters.
Student Government elections are upon us. There are open positions in Student Executive Council (SEC), Student Activities Board (SAB), Student Organization Council (SOC) and Secretary of Finance. If you are interested in running for the SEC, gather a potential cabinet of four members (2 Co-Presidents and 2 Vice-Presidents) and notify ESG soon. If you are interested in running for any other position, SAB, SOC, or Secretary of Finance just ask ESG about a petition. We’re here to answer questions about elections and election procedures. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Run for Co-President, Vice President, Secretary of Finance, SOC Convener or SAB Convener. Each position is a one-year commitment. Co-Presidents and Vice Presidents run on a four-person ticket.
Earlham Student Government is looking for a fabulous student such as yourself to help our new director of Safety and Security, Cathy Anthofer, consider parking ticket appeals. The only qualification you need is to NOT have an appeal pending. Contact: email@example.com .Contact info for "ESG NEEDS YOU AGAIN!"
Student Government currently has open positions on the following committees:
Admissions and Financial Aid Committee
Earlham Events Committee
Information Technology Policy Committee
International Education Committee
SRIAC (Socially Responsible Investing Advisory Committee)
Curricular Policy Committee
Please fill out an application today!
We have a draft of the new investment policy and we want to share it with you! Please come to the all-student forums to learn about this policy and give feedback to your trusty student representatives, Jason and Marina. When: Wed., April 11, and Tues., April 17, 9 p.m. Where: Comstock. Contact: http://www.earlham.edu/studentcenter/esg/ .Contact info for "CARE ABOUT INVESTMENTS?"
Attention all conveners, there is a mandatory meeting this coming Thurs., March 8, in LBC 201 from 8 - 9:30 p.m. Failure to attend this meeting results in removal from the allocations process. If there are any questions or concerns about this meeting, please contact Chelsea Pasmore or Liz Thurber who are the conveners for SOC. We look forward to seeing you all on Thursday night! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 805.451.9863.
CCL Elections (that's the Committee on Campus Life) are coming up the week after Spring Break! If you're interested in running, contact Miriam (email@example.com) or Tania (firstname.lastname@example.org) ASAP. Election packets will be made available at Runyan Desk by midweek.
Give feedback on Earlham's investment policy! Visit http://www.earlham.edu/studentcenter/esg/ and click on the "ESG Student Response Form" link. All responses will be read, thought about, and greatly appreciated by your trusty student reps, Jason and Marina.Contact info for "GIVE FEEDBACK ON EARLHAM’S INVESTMENTS: "
It's not too late to declare candidacy in ESG's fall elections! Nominating petitions are due Fri., Nov. 10 and are available at Runyan Desk!Contact info for "BE THE CHANGE: "
Are you thinking about running for office? It's not too late to file candidacy petitions for ESG fall elections! The following positions are open for this election cycle: Student Executive Council, Secretary of Finance, Student Organizations Council (co-)convener(s) and Student Activities Board (co-)convener(s). Candidacy petitions are due this Fri. by 12 p.m. in EC drawer 1739! Spread the word! Take a chance! Be the change! Contact: Earlham Student Government elections sub-committee.Contact info for "THERE’S STILL TIME:"
ESG is looking for a few good students to serve on committees! There are currently openings on SJC (Student Judicial Council), the Nominating Committee, ITPC (Information Technology Committee) and an ad-hoc committee to review Earlham's principles for social responsibility in investing. Committee applications can be found on the ESG Board, online, or from either Miriam Godwin (godwimi) or Lily Tinker-Fortel (tinkeli). Visit http://www.earlham.edu/studentcenter/esg/content/committees/index.html. Contact: Earlham Student Government, email@example.com.
The Earlham Student Government fall elections process is upon us! Nominating petitions for all open positions are now available at Runyan Desk! Petitions should be submitted to Drawer 1739 by 12 p.m. on Fri., Nov. 3. Visit http://www.earlham.edu/studentcenter/esg/content/constitution/. Contact: ESG Elections sub-committee.Contact info for "BE THE CHANGE: "
The following report is to comply with the Earlham College Judicial Policy and Procedure, which specifies that "once a semester, a summary report on (academic) CJC actions will be shared with the community". In Spring 2006, there were 8 faculty allegations of academic dishonesty by students.
One of the cases was for a second offense. CJC judged that the second offense had occurred and that the student should be suspended for the Spring and Fall 2006 semesters. The case was appealed and an appeal committee upheld the CJC judgment.
One (first offense) case was handled by the instructor and student, and the student withdrew from the course.
Six first offense cases were adjudicated by CJC or Dean's hearings. Of these, one case was dismissed, the judgment having been made that no offense had occurred. In the other five, an offense was determined to have occurred, with consequences ranging from failure on the piece of work to failure for the course. Contact: Len Clark, Academic Dean.
Employee Council will meet Wed., April 19, 8:30 a.m. Where: Bolling Center, room 106.
Your chance to serve on the Committee on Campus Life (CCL) is at hand! The committee meets weekly and makes important decisions regarding our lovely campus. The elections are on April 13-14. In order to be a candidate, a petition requiring 25 student signatures MUST be turned in by April 4. Petitions are available at Runyan Desk and can be left in Box 1774.Contact info for "CCL ELECTIONS: "
The Employee Council meets Wed., Feb. 15, 8:30 a.m., in Bolling Center, room 106.
These are the three ESG positions that we are looking to swiftly fill: 1) Publicity officer. Responsibilities include attending cabinet meetings, and advertising (heavily) ESG events. This person must like making signs. This person will get paid. 2)Web Development Manager. This person is not expected to attend Cabinet meetings, but will be responsible for keeping the ESG Web site current. In addition, this person could work on web-based projects that would serve other student groups, and would become eligible for 4-5 hours of workstudy. 3)The Student Activities Board requires a Treasurer. This is a paid position. E-mail Nat Miller (millena) for this specific position. Pick up applications on ESG board across from the mailboxes in the Runyan basement. Contact: Questions? e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is 7 p.m. on Tues., Jan. 27.
Employee Council will meet on Fri., Jan. 20, 8:30 a.m. Where: Bolling Center, room 106.
Next year's agenda topics will be discussed. When: Thurs., Dec. 8, 4 p.m. Where: Bolling Center, room 316. Contact: Deb McNish, ext. 1311 or Caitlin Rogers, co-convenor of Student Government, ext. 2973.
Earlham Student Government currently has a vacancy for spring semester on the Committee on Campus Life. CCL reps serve on the committee as well as Cabinet. If interested, please fill out a Committee Application Form available on the ESG bulletin board or online at our website. Applications are due Dec. 5 by 5 p.m. Contact: email@example.com, ext. 1469.
Regular meeting will be held Thurs., Nov 17, 4 p.m. in Bolling Center, room 316. Agenda will center around the All Campus Meeting. Contact: Deb McNish, ext. 1317, or Caitlin Rogers, ext. 2973.
Come to an All Campus Meeting on Wed., Nov. 16, 1 p.m., in Goddard Auditorium, to discuss how Earlham's principles and practices are interpreted and understood. We invite students, faculty and staff to come together to hear various panelists address P&P, followed by open discussion time. Contact: e-mail CCL@earlham.edu or contact Deb McNish, ext. 1317 or Caitlin Rogers ext. 2973.
All students are invited to Earlham Hall's first floor Lobby on Wed. and Thurs. at 7:30 p.m. to give input on renovations to be made to the lobby during winter break.Contact info for "EARLHAM HALL LOBBY RENOVATIONS: "