B. Roll call was taken and with 22 members present, quorum was met. III. Open Forum
A. Lisa Swartz, Cal Poly Alumni, requested that ASI be climate leaders and pragmatic decision makers by resolving that our campus endowment should divest from fossil fuels. She stated that a resolution has been submitted to the California State Student Association in support of fossil fuel divestment and that ASI should also consider writing a resolution.
v. He reported that Student Government is partnering with Athletics for the Donuts in the Dorms event promoting athletic events and school spirit.
D. Chair of UUAB - Brady Hiob
i. Brady stated that UUAB visited San Jose and Sonoma State Universities and University of California, Berkeley during their facility trip. They obtained valuable insight on how other universities run their unions and what programs are offered. ii. He reported that in the spring of last year a survey was conducted for the ASI
a. Gregory Patterson – Mr. Patterson allowed his funeral director and embalmer licenses to lapse in 2008. He worked for Baptist Health Medical Center and was responsible for all the death calls in the middle of the night. Also embalmed at Ruebel and has been in and around the business since he was 16 years old. Baptist Health in 2008 decided to dismantle that department, in which you had to hold at least a funeral directors license to have that job. They gave him the opportunity to go nursing school and he’s been doing nursing for the last few years. He would like the opportunity to be reinstated, because he misses the business. Motion by Brazzel to allow reinstatement of Mr. Patterson’s funeral director and embalmer licenses after the payment of the accrued fees of $920.00, seconded by Roberts. All in favor, motion carried.
The Identity Management System is considered mission critical, requiring 24/7 service. In the data center we have load balancers and a seven node VMWare cluster available.
38. If the proposed product is not VPAT compatible, is that an automatic exclusion from consideration? The Identity Management System will run in the background and is bassed on user passwords, authentication to AD, etc. Therefore we have not previously gone through the VPAT certification process as there is no interaction required from an end-user other than normal password input.
5/ All community college districts shall provide articulation information to students for classes that transfer for credit to an Arizona public university, including references to advisement, counseling and appropriate Web sites, in all catalogues, course schedules and Internet course guides. (General Appropriation Act footnote)
6/ General Appropriation Act funds are appropriated as an Operating Lump Sum with district-by-district Special Line Items and Other Special Line Items.
As stated above, an adequate segregation of duties requires that one individual does not handle a transaction from its inception to its completion. However, we realize that this is due to the reorganization of the Auxiliary’s Accounting department. Unless the University’s Finance and Administration department does not perform a detailed review the roles and responsibilities of each staff member and segregate their duties appropriately, there may be no practical corrective action possible for this inherent weakness. We believe it is important for management and the Board of Directors to be aware that whenever there is a lack of segregation of duties, the system is far more susceptible to errors or other irregularities, either intentional or unintentional, not being discovered.
President (Brandon Chapin)
Chapin reported that he attended the Academic Senate meeting last Tuesday and commended Weissbart for the excellent job that she has been doing and noted that the Academic Senate was impressed by the nursing programs response. Nurses were at Arcata’s Farmers Market and have received over 2,500 fans to their Facebook page in less than a week. The University President and Provost are receiving feedback on the possible elimination and plan to make a decision by the end of the academic year. Chapin also reported that he gave a welcome at Spring Preview and that there were over 2,000 future students and guests on campus that day. Tam and Gradine were also on panels for students. The Instructionally Related Activities Committee is calling in three programs to discuss their proposed budget. Two of the programs are new and the third is the Lumberjack newspaper. The UC Board of Directors continues to discuss changing their by laws. The proposal is to create three committees underneath the UC Board;
for their treatment. They were developed by the authors and arrived at by consensus with the WFSBP Task Force on Unipolar Depressive Dis- orders consisting of 46 international researchers and clinicians. The goal for developing these guidelines was to systematically review all available evidence pertaining to the treatment of unipolar depressive disorders, and to produce a series of recommendations that are clinically and scientifically meaningful. They were also in- tended to bring together the various opinions of scientifically respected experts and international representatives on the appropriate state-of-the- art treatment of these disorders. There were a few aspects for which it was not possible to reach a consensus within the Task Force. In such cases, the Chairman and Co-Chairmen had to make a final decision. The most divergent opinions were in the following areas: the use of anticonvulsants in maintenance treatment, the effectiveness and positioning of lithium in the maintenance treat- ment of unipolar depressive disorders, and the positioning of psychotherapy in guidelines for the biological treatment of depressive disorders. These guidelines are intended for use in clinical practice by all physicians seeing and treating patients with these conditions. They should be considered as guidelines only because the ulti- mate judgement regarding a particular treatment procedure must be made by the responsible treating physician in light of the clinical picture presented by the patient and the diagnostic and treatment options available.
If you are accepted into the APE program and receive funding, you will be required to work in the field of special education or related services for two years for each year you have received funding. The National Center on Service Obligations (NCSO) is responsible for tracking the service obligations of scholars/obligees funded by our grant. You will also be required to update NCSO annually with your contact and employment information. Visit
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Robb, PA. Goldberg is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers, where she serves in the Programs Committee cabinet and on the Opinions Committee, and she is a member of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys, where she serves on the Opinions Committee. She is included every year in Best Lawyers, Chambers Leading Business Lawyers, and in Southwest Super Lawyers. Ms. Goldberg is a recipient of the New Mexico State Bar’s Justice Pamela B. Minzner Professionalism Award, as well as the University of New Mexico School of Law Distinguished
Dan Young, Chair
Dan Young is president of Irvine Community Development Company LLC (ICDC), an affiliate of The Irvine Company responsible for all residential development on The Irvine Ranch®. Mr. Young came to the Irvine Company after a 20-year career as a real-estate developer and consultant to the industry. His community involvement includes 11 years on the Santa Ana City Council, including eight years as mayor. In his official capacity as mayor, Mr. Young also served on the board of directors of several regional agencies, including: the Metropolitan Water District and the Orange County Transportation Authority. Mr. Young received his bachelor’s degree from California StateUniversity, Fullerton, and his master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California.
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Head Coach consults with Director of Athletics prior to initiating new grants-in-aid offers. Head coach then completes the Financial Aid/NLI Offer Form, attaches the student-athlete’s most recent transcript, and gives it to the Athletics Compliance Coordinator for approval.
Athletics Compliance Coordinator confirms that all prospects have registered with the on-line NCAA Eligibility Center and are on the NCAA Eligibility Center Institutional Request List (IRL) for HumboldtStateUniversity and have not already signed an NLI, and checks for copies of the current transcripts for high school, preparatory school or two-year college transfers. For four-year transfers a copy of the release from the prior institution is attached. The Compliance Coordinator initiates the grant.
magnets. I produced 600 words using a random word generator online, print out, and cut out the words individually. For the exercise, I spread the words out on the table in front of the participants. The participants were asked to use these words to create one or more poems on a provided piece of paper. I offered the following prompt that the participants could choose to use as inspiration for their poetry or not: “Keeping in mind the themes that we have come up with on the board, write a poem that imagines a new, alternative world. A world beyond Rape Culture”. I chose this prompt in response to a comment from one of the participants, suggesting that as we deconstruct the issues with the world we also have to imagine solutions and alternatives. Some participants used the words as inspiration and wrote out poems on paper, while others physically took the words and glued them to their paper to create poetry. After about 30 minutes, when all participants seemed to be finished creating, I gave participants the opportunity to share their poetry. Not all shared what they created, but 2 participants and the myself shared what we wrote, and this generated further discussion. One student ended up creating a more polished and larger-scale version of the poem that she created for the final project event.
Supervisor Chris Lopez, Monterey County, motioned to approve the recommendation noted above. Supervisor David Griffith, Alpine County, seconded the motion. Motion unanimously passed with a roll call.
AYE: Alpine, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Glenn, Humboldt, Imperial, Inyo, Lake, Lassen, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Tulare, Tuolumne, Yuba
Mr. Finneran advised that contract negotiations with Pine Street Group have been finalized, and introduced Mr. Fluhrer, WSCC Additional Facility Legal Counsel, to provide a summary of the development management agreement as negotiated. Terms of the agreement commences March 1, 2015 and continues until final completion of the Project, but in any event not later than June 30, 2021, unless otherwise extended by Owner. Mr. Finneran introduced Mr. Hendricks, WSCC General Counsel, to provide an explanation of the amendment to operating procedure pertaining to procurement and the delegation of authority to the Addition Committee. Mr. Hendricks advised that there are specific action items contained within Resolution 2015-8: 1) the approval of the agreement with Pine Street Group; 2) the formal recognition of the District Board’s Addition Committee as an entity that has some powers in dealing with the Project Manager; and 3) approving an amendment to the WSCC Operating Procedure 20-04-02 regarding Procurement of Services and Goods, similar to the procedures approved within Resolution 2015-5 at the January 27, 2015 board meeting. This further refinement, in light of the contract for the Addition Project, allows 1) to ensure WSCC is compliant with state law. Public facilities districts have specific requirements for personal service contracts over $150,000.00. These requirements are addressed specifically in the revised procedures; and 2) with the size and scope of this project, there is a need for a mechanism to be in place to allow for the timely approval of sub-contracts, subject to WSCC’s ability to ratify or reject contracts in a short-term basis, which would allow for the project manager to continue with the scope of work per schedule.
∙ Authority to make accommodations or settle disputes needs to be centered in the College and Vice Provost offices, not in the Registrar or Departments.
∙ Once implemented, the system should be subject to yearly review and revision as needed.
After careful consideration we recommend the following procedures, rules, review, timeline and delegation of authority protocols for the course scheduling process. In addition, there are several recommendations for best practices lists, scheduling software and “dry run” testing that could be developed before implementation. This draft report is submitted as a basis for consultation with the University Senate Executive Committee, Integrated Curriculum Committee, Department Chairs, and Administrative Support Coordinators to elicit their feedback before finalizing the report and submitting it to the Provost.
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• Written approval was not required for projects put into production.
ICSUAM §8070, Information Systems Acquisition, Development and Maintenance, dated April 19, 2010, states that campuses must integrate information security requirements into the software life cycle of information systems that contain protected data. The security requirements must identify controls that are needed to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability. These controls must be appropriate, cost-effective, and mitigate risks that may result from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction of the protected data.
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STATE BAR OF TEXAS OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSState Bar directors are elected from 17 districts throughout the state. Six public members are appointed by the Supreme Court, three of which come from a list provided to the court by the governor. Additionally, four at-large directors with full voting privileges are appointed by the president. All directors serve staggered, three-year terms.