Supportive Professional Staff Council  

SUPPORTIVE PROFESSIONAL STAFF COUNCIL
(Constitution, Article 7.4; Bylaws, Article 1.5)

Membership of Supportive Professional Staff Council

  1. The Supportive Professional Staff Council shall consist of representatives elected from the following areas: Academic & Student Affairs-Provost's Office; Academic & Student Affairs-Student Affairs; Academic & Student Affairs-Liberal Arts and Sciences; Academic & Student Affairs-Other Colleges and Graduate School; Finance and Facilities & General Administration; Intercollegiate Athletics.

    The Council shall be composed of 24 representatives (each with an alternate), proportioned to the total number of Supportive Professional Staff members employed in each of the divisions.  The Council shall review the appointment of representation prior to the elections conducted in years evenly divisible by two, and the distribution of representation shall be adjusted as needed to maintain an equal apportionment.  The president of the Supportive Professional Staff Council shall serve a three-year term and be the individual elected as the supportive professional staff representative to the University Council. The president will be elected by the Supportive Professional Staff constituency and shall not simultaneously represent any one of the aforementioned areas. The vice president, secretary and treasurer shall be elected by the members of the council from its membership. The vice president will serve as the alternate to the University Council. One other member of the Supportive Professional Staff, selected by that council, shall serve as an ex officio nonvoting member of the University Council.

  2. Full-time faculty designated as supportive professional staff shall be eligible for election to the Supportive Professional Staff Council and shall serve for two-year renewable periods. Elections shall be held in April so that one-half of the membership is elected each year.


  3. The Supportive Professional Staff Council was established to advise the university more fully on matters relevant to its members and to participate in university governance. It provides a systematic means for the staff to communicate with the various elements of the university community as well as a systematic means for communication among the members of the supportive professional staff.

SUPPORTIVE PROFESSIONAL STAFF COUNCIL

MEMBERSHIP
2003-2004
2004-2005
2005-2006
Academic & Student Affairs - Provost's Office Angie Byrd Angie Byrd  
  Carol Scheidenhelm Carol Scheidenhelm Carol Scheidenhelm
  Don Bramlett Don Bramlett Don Bramlett
Academic & Student Affairs -  Student Affairs Karen Catelein Bev Espe Bev Espe
  Joyce Keller Joyce Keller Joyce Keller
  Michael Stang Michael Stang Michael Stang
Academic & Student Affairs -  Liberal Arts and Sciences Ellen Franklin Dan Olson Dan Olson
  Michael Spires Michael Spires  
  Eric Hoffmann Eric Hoffmann Eric Hoffmann
Academic & Student Affairs -  Other Colleges & Graduate School Dana Gautcher Dana Gautcher  
  Lucy Robinson Sandi Kuchynka Sandi Kuchynka
  Connie Uhlken Elsa Miller Elsa Miller
  Deborah Brue Deborah Brue  
  Diane Stegmeyer Phyllis Zerull  
  Carol Jambor-Smith    
Finance & Facilities & General Administration Dan House Dan House Dan House
  Deborah Haliczer Deborah Haliczer  
  Matt Folk Matt Folk  
  Shey Lowman Abby Chemers Abby Chemers
  Cynthia Nelson Cynthia Nelson  
  Harry Clark Tamara Farley Tamara Farley
  Norden Gilbert Norden Gilbert  
    Alfred Mueller Alfred Mueller
Intercollegiate Athletics Susan Hansfield Susan Hansfield  
  Bobbie Ceserek Bobbie Ceserek Bobbie Ceserek
SPS Council President -  University Council & Faculty Senate Representative Beverly Espe *Shey Lowman  
* President