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Save the Dates: March Budget Forum and April Town Hall Meeting with Father Holtschneider

Staff Council will be hosting two important meetings during the winter quarter, please mark your calanders to attend.

Annual Budget Forum with Jeff Bethke, executive vice president and Marten denBoer, provost, March 22, Loop campus DePaul Center, room 8005.
Annual Town Hall Meeting with Father Holtschneider April 26, Lincoln Park Welcome Center, room 102.

Staff Council's Autumn Quarter Philanthropy

During the fall quarter and December intersession, we were hard at work giving back to the Chicago community. We collaborated with Volunteers of America of Illinois, a nonprofit that provides support and stability for at-risk and homeless vets, to collect donations for homeless veterans in and around the city. With drop-off locations in 12 different areas at the Loop, Lincoln Park and Naperville campuses, we collected 18 boxes of much-needed items, such as toothbrushes and toothpaste, shampoo and socks. Staff Council members also volunteered at the St. Vincent Soup Kitchen on Nov. 28 and Dec. 5, 12 and 19. Students typically fill these roles throughout the school year but are away due to December break.

Nominate a Staff Member for the Staff Council Diversity Award

The Staff Council Diversity Committee would like to announce the 6th Annual Staff Council Staff Diversity Award. Criteria and nomination forms will be available online starting February, 2017. The winner will be recognized at the Annual President's Diversity Council Reception on Friday, May 10, 3:00-5:00pm, DePaul Center 11th floor Terrace and Gallery, in the Loop.

University Action on Race and Free Speech Issues

In his Sept. 7th email to the university community, Father Holtschneider announced that "this fall, DePaul is launching a set of initiatives around the themes of speech and race. They follow up on questions raised last spring during campus conversations on race, but also the conversations swirling around us during this particularly charged election season and the experience of violence and racism here in Chicago." He encouraged the university to visit two newly created websites that were built to specifically address these issues:

Who serves on Staff Council?

Learn more about who is currently elected to Staff Council, what Committee they serve on, as well as what department they are affiliated with. Membership info includes photo, name, committee, department, and email.

Page 1: Organizational Chart outlining Steering Committee: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Committee Chairs
Page 2: Staff Council members
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Staff Council is here to advocate for staff, participate in university governance, and engage with staff about issues faced in the workplace. When it comes to questions and problems in the office or on campus, Staff Council can guide you in the right direction, though it is important to remember that we are neither a confidential resource nor a mediator.

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