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APAC meeting Thursday, April 10

There will be a meeting of the Administrative Professional Advisory Council this Thursday, April 10, from 1:30-3 p.m. The next meeting will be Thursday, May 8, from 1:30-3:00 p.m.

Meeting locations vary by campus. Locations for Thursday’s meeting are as follows:      

WSU Pullman: Murrow 53

WSU Puyallup: Puyallup Room

WSU Spokane: SAC 415

Spokane Nursing: SNUR 214

WSU Tri-Cities: CIC 125Q

WSU Vancouver: VCLS 116

WSU Vancouver Research and Extension Center

WSU West: North Conference Room
The agenda for the meeting is  below:

*Welcome and Introductions

*Approval of March 13 Minutes
*Chairs report
*Sub-Committees
*Marketing: Vickie (Chair)
*Recognition: Vickie (Chair)
*Campuses & WSU Extensions: Elissa (Co-Chair) Sheri (Co-Chair)
*Budget: Denise (Chair)
*Socials/Networking: Nancy (Chair)
*Program: Anne (Chair)
*Membership: Sandi (Chair)
*Presentation
*Kathleen Hatch  CUB/ Rec Center
*Old Business:
*New Business:
–Survey committees
–Compensation/ Classification – Gabriela
–Training/ Professional Development – Brad
–Benefits – Connie
–Budget
–Ex-Officio Updates
–Commission on the Status of Women (Gabriela Mazur)
–Work/Life Committee (Elissa Keim)
–Parking Committee (Connie Sakamoto)
–Childcare Task Force (Ed Sala)

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