News

SAC Seeks Volunteer to Take Meeting Notes

The President's Staff Advisory Council is seeking a volunteer to take notes at SAC meetings during 2014. The note taker will not vote or participate in SAC discussions but will receive lunch and access to the SAC network and internal deliberations. The note taker will meet a variety of staff members from across the university and play a vital role in making SAC more accessible to all staff.

Applications submitted before January 16 will receive preferential consideration. The first SAC meeting of the year is January 28.
(Distributed January 9, 2014)

SAC Announces New Members for 2014

The President's Staff Advisory Council is pleased to announce the selection of ten new members who will serve two-year terms beginning in January:

(Distributed December 20, 2013)

SAC Holiday Party

The President's Staff Advisory Council is hosting the second annual Staff Holiday Party on Friday, December 13th from 12-2 p.m. in Sayles Hall. Celebrate the end of the year with your co-workers, free food, and entertainment.

Thank you for all you do for Brown!

(Distributed December 3, 2013)

Geralyn Ducady Appointed to Campus Safety Task Force

Geralyn Ducady:

SAC member Geralyn Ducady has been appointed to the newly formed Campus Safety Task Force chaired by Russell Carey, Executive VP for Policy and Planning. President Paxson announced the formation of the task force in her September message to the community about campus safety.

Below is the task force’s full charge.  We look forward to hearing from this group and seeing the recommendations they produce. 

Charge

(Distributed October 21, 2013)

SAC Hosts Annual 'Bring a Friend' Meeting

On Tuesday, October 8, SAC welcomed more than 60 of our fellow staff members to our annual 'Bring a Friend' lunch. This year the event was held at the Sharpe Refectory.  In addition to hearing from SAC members about our current and future work, guests heard from Russell Carey, Executive Vice President for Planning and Policy.  Russell spoke eloquently on the topics of career growth and Brown's future on College Hill and in the Jewelry District.

(Distributed October 21, 2013)