Volume 51, Number 4 September 8, 2003
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Academic Senate agenda for Tuesday's meeting
Agenda items include: election of an Academic Senate representative to the Student Center Governing Board; a report from Brian Murphy, executive director of the Urban Institute, on a campus voter registration initiative; a report from Ned Fielden on the Committee on Committees; an item on the academic calendar for 2004-05; a resolution in support of the campus voter registration campaign; a resolution opposing Proposition 54; and a 3:30 p.m. orientation for new and returning senators.
For details, contact the Academic Senate at ext. 8-1624.
Catastrophic leave bank campaign under way
Human Resources is now conducting its annual drive for pledges of sick leave and/or vacation leave to be placed in a "bank" for use by staff and faculty who sustain a catastrophic illness or injury. The Catastrophic Leave Program (CLP) allows employees to donate 1 to 40 hours (depending on collective bargaining unit) of their vacation or sick leave credits each fiscal year to employees who have exhausted their accrued leave credits and have been approved to participate in the program. The donated vacation leave may also be used for the care of an employee's immediate family.
Each employee (or representative) must conduct an individual solicitation campaign for CLP donations. Once the employee has exhausted these personal donations, the CLP bank can provide additional leave credits.
CLP pledge forms will be distributed to the campus community through campus mail. Pledge forms are also available in the Human Resources office, room 252 of the Administration building, or on the Human Resources Web site: www.sfsu.edu/~hrwww.
For details, contact Marcia Allsopp, benefits and professional development manager, at ext. 8-1545 or email@example.com.
Vista Room returns
Chef Daniel Honan returns to supervise students from the departments of Hospitality Management and Consumer and Family Studies/Dietetics.
Lunch, served between noon and 1 p.m., costs $12 per person and includes choice of soup or salad, entree, dessert and beverage. Tickets must be purchased in advance by calling ext. 5-3530 or ext. 8-7010. Blocks of tickets are available beginning at $287.50 for 25 lunches.
Help welcome new staff, faculty
Recipients of the University Women's Association scholarships will be honored at the reception.
Refreshments will be served.
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