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Serving on Staff Senate
Are you or do you know of anyone who may be interested in serving on the Staff Senate? In brief, the responsibilities include: representing a constituency of your peers, sitting on a sub-committee which meets once a month, and having a voice at a monthly Senate meeting. The Staff Senate is an important part in the day to day life of the university. It looks into avenues that can perhaps make a difference in the day-to-day operations of the institute as well as develop morale boosters and "kudos" for its employees. Yes, the Staff Senate does make a difference and it is here to work for and with you, so please give it some thought and get your nominations in.
Serve from "Off-Campus"
With the State of Wyoming as our campus, it's important for UW employees not at the Laramie campus to be informed about issues affecting staff. Two senators, Larry Howe from the Cooperative Extension Service in Lingle, and Kathi Zubrod from the Cheyenne Family Practice Residency Program are actively involved in senate meetings