Campus Connection - Submissions - April 1, 2011
The annual election of Civil Service Council is now underway.
The objective of the council is:
1. To work with the Director of Human Resources in the formation of polices relating to all Civil Service employees.
2. To consider problems of Civil Service employees and to make recommendations to the director of Human Resources and member or members representing this campus on the University Civil Service Advisory Committee to the Merit Board regarding the same.
3. To provide a medium for the passing of ideas and directives to the employee groups from the Director of Human Resources.
4. To plan and organize social, recreational and educational activities for Civil Service employees.
There are 16 members on the council, three from each
employee Group I-V, and one from the Quad Cities campus (Group VI).
Group I: Administrative and Professional Group
Group II: Clerical
Group III: Service and Technical
Group IV: Union and Prevailing Wage
Group V: Secretarial (Office Professionals)
All Civil Service employees past their initial six-month probationary period are eligible to serve on the council. To become a candidate, visit wiu.edu/csec. On the left-hand side, click on Public Files and then Other Documents. Print a Statement of Candidacy, fill it out and have your supervisor sign it.
Timetable and Deadlines:
Submission of Statement of Candidacy: April 15
Printing / Mailing of Ballots: April 18-22
Return / Tally of Ballots: April 29
New Members Notified and Seated on Council: May 2-6
For more information, contact any CSEC member ( wiu.edu/csec ) or Jim Buffalo at JW-Buffalo@wiu.edu or call the Physical Plant at 298-2882 and leave a message.
Faculty & Staff NewS
- Rori Carson, College of Education and Human Services—$149,388 from the Illinois Board of Higher Education for "West Central Grow Your Own Teachers Education Initiative - FY11."
- Mary Margaret Harris, Beu Health Center— $15,640 from the Iowa City VA Medical Center for "Transitions in Health Care."
- Jack Huang and Lisa Wen, chemistry— $1,000 from the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, "Travel Award to Attend the 2011 American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Meeting."
- Renee Polubinsky and Jennifer Plos, kinesiology—$3,981 from the Illinois Association for Health, PE, Recreation and Dance for "Wii Rehab and Fitness Initiative."
- Jules Woolf, kinesiology— $16,159 from the World Anti-Doping Agency for "'If Everyone is Using, Shouldn't I?': Perceived Norms of Anabolic Androgenic Steroid Use Among High School Athletes."
Keith Holz, art, authored “Max Silberberg’s Commitment to Modern Art and Jewish Culture in Interwar Breslau,” which was published in "Jewish Artists and Central-Eastern Europe: Art Centers – Identity – Heritage From the 19th Century to the Second World War," (edited by Jerzy Malinowski, Renata Piatkowska and Tamara Sztyma-Knasiecka). Warsaw: DiG Press, [December] 2010, 319-324.
Richard Moreno, director of student publications, authored the book "A Short History of Carson City," which was recently published by University of Nevada Press.
Jill Myers, LEJA, was interviewed by EduTalk Radio on the topic of cyber bullying.
Febe Pamonag, history, authored the chapter “Japan,” which was included in the "Encyclopedia of Women in Today ’s World," edited by Mary Zeiss Stange, Carol K. Oyster and J. Geoffrey Golson. NY: Sage, 2011.
Edward Woell, history, presented "Circumscribing Democracy During the French Revolution: The Politics of Parish Closure in Small-Town Normandy, 1790-1792," at the 41st Annual Conference of the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850, March 3-5 in Tallahassee (FL).