The staff vetting committee for the presidential search will be conducting a listening session at each campus. These sessions will allow staff the opportunity to share their thoughts about what the final candidates should be asked. The staff vetting committee will take this information into account when drawing up their questions for the candidates. The staff vetting committee will interview each final candidate for two hours; each candidate will be asked the same questions.
Tuesday, Dec. 6th, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
DePaul Center, Rm. 8005
Wednesday, Dec. 7th, 11:30 am- 1:00 pm
McGowan South, Rm. 108
You can sign up to attend a listening session at this link.
Can't make it? Share your thoughts (before January 6, 2017) at at this link.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Lincoln Park Campus, Student Center, 220
1:00pm - Call to order
1:05-1:15pm - ELEVATE: DePaul's Asian and Asian American Professional Community -Maria-Romina Hench, secretary of ELEVATE, will provide a brief
overview of this employee resource group and how they engage staff and faculty.
1:15-1:45pm - Athletics & Event Center Update - Jeanne Ponsetto, athletics director, and Jeff Bethke, executive vice president will provide an event center update, provide any athletic updates, and discuss affinity initiatives.
1:45-3:00pm - Enrollment Summary and Outlook - Jon Boeckenstedt and Suzanne Depeder from Enrollment Management and Marketing, will provide an enrollment update, discuss trends, and will answer questions during the last 25mins.
3:15-4:00pm - Policy Review Group - Jessica Cook, director of Human Resources Talent Acquisition, will present proposed changes made to two policies: Reference Checks and Educational Verifications and Criminal Background Checks.
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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:
Staff Council is sponsoring a Homeless Veterans Toiletries Drive October 24th through November 11th to support the efforts of Volunteers of America of Illinois. We have setup convenient locations on the Loop, Lincoln Park and suburban campuses for folks to drop off recommended items. The locations and items are listed below.
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.
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.