April 9, 2008
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
*Marketing: Vickie (Chair)
*Recognition: Vickie (Chair)
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January 25, 2008
PULLMAN – In the face of growing community college enrollment and the pending retirements of many college administrators, WSU will allow students who enroll in its Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program to specialize in community college leadership.
The new program is designed to appeal to those who work in community colleges or are interested in moving into administrative positions in that setting.
Community college administrators face special challenges, said Associate Professor Kelly Ward, who is coordinating the program. Their funding structures are different and their schools have a dual mission, some students are seeking career training while others are using the community college … » More …
September 10, 2007
The Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) will meet on Thursday, September 13 from 1:30-3 p.m.
Meeting locations for Thursday’s meeting are listed below.
WSU Pullman: Murrow, Rm 53
WSU Spokane: Spokane Academic Center, Rm 515
Spokane Nursing: ICN 214
WSU Tri-Cities: West Building, Rm 209
WSU Vancouver: Classroom Building, Rm 116
WSU Puyallup: Conference Room
For more information on APAC, visit www.apac.wsu.edu.
April 5, 2006
The Administrative Professional Advisory Council is hosting the “Upfront and Honest Disccussion: What is important to YOU?” brown bag lunch on Monday, April 17 at noon.The discussion will be available at five locations including WSU Pullman in Murrow, Room 53; WSU Spokane in SIRTI, Room 350; WSU Spokane Nursing in SNUR, Room 214; WSU Tri-Cities, Room 210W; and WSU Vancouver, Room CL116.The brown bag lunch is an opportunity for individuals to speak out on work-related issues, information needs and APAC administration and service issues.For more information visit the APAC website at http://www.apac.wsu.edu or e-mail the council at email@example.com.
February 7, 2006
The Administrative Professional Advisory Council will feature a human resources speaker at their monthly meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9 from 1:30-3:00 p.m. in Murrow room 55.Faculty and staff are invited to attend to learn more about training opportunities, pose questions and comments to Human Resource Services, and get to know AP Council representatives.Attendance is also available through WHETS at Spokane in SCLS 119; Spokane Nursing in ICN 118-WECN IP; Tri-Cities in 260 W; Vancouver in CL 117; and Puyallup in the WHETS conference room.For more information email the council at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 5, 2005
Connect! a project that ultimately will unite computer users universitywide under one integrated e-mail, calendar and contact program, will be the main topic of discussion at the next Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) meeting, 9:30-11 a.m. Thursday, April 7, to be broadcast from Murrow 53 in Pullman. The meeting will be available at various WHETS locations and via videostream at http://www.experience.wsu.edu.John D’Aleo, Information Technology consultant and project manager of the CONNECT! project, discuss the Connect!, which will move WSU to a different e-mail and calendaring service. The meeting also will include APAC committeereports and an update from the student public relations group working with … » More …
March 24, 2005
The Administrative Professional Advisory Council (APAC) invites nominations from interested Administrative Professional (AP) personnel to fill vacancies on the council. Openings are for three-year terms beginning July 1, 2005.APAC serves in an advisory capacity to university administrators on issues affecting AP staff. Its goals are to:* Provide a mechanism for broad participation in matters of interest to AP personnel* Represent the wide variety of AP personnel * Establish and maintain communication with the administration The council meets monthly to discuss institutional issues, and/or other issues that may be suggested by AP employees. Video conferencing is generally available for members who do not work in Pullman. … » More …