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Number of Student Seats for 2017/2018 Academic YearNumber of Open Seats for 2017/2018 Academic YearApplication instructionsWhat it Does2017/18 AppointeesChair and Contact InfoTime CommittmentCommittee Notes
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Academic Advising, Council on20Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduPlay a leadership role in University efforts to provide the best possible academic advising to UW-Madison students; Serve as an information-gathering, communications and coordination center for advising efforts and issues across the university to help foster cooperation and coherence, including sharing best practices; Assess the academic advising needs of the diverse population of UW-Madison students and the success of our advising system in satisfying those needs; Make recommendations for improvements in advising practices and systems; Assess and make recommendations regarding support and resources that would enhance the ability of academic staff and faculty involved in academic advising to be effective; examples include technology systems and professional development and recognition; Regularly advising the Director of Undergraduate Advising on matters regarding academic advising.John Millerhagen, Collin DottWren Singer; Diana Makithe third Monday of every month, 2:30-4pmhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1qRaPH-lcQmreEjKhlBk_2Ou1Er9xqOhozCo1ti4rbdE/edit?usp=sharing
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Access in Accomadation and Instruction, Committee for *20Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduMonitor university compliance with state and federal mandates to assure that the mechanisms chosen to implement law be responsive to the needs of students with disabilities, consistent with the overall educational goals of the university, and reasonable and practical in the context of the resources available.Janelle Ramsel, Janelle.Ramsel@wisc.edu; Lauren Hoover, lhoover2@wisc.eduEllen Samuels, ejsamuels@wisc.eduhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1WKq0ir7b36hA1rn8rIDmHyUTiYB1JSZdCYKW1pIZwiU/edit?usp=sharing
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Administrative Improvement Award Selection Committee10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThis program recognizes individual and collaborative efforts that demonstrate exceptional performance in administrative roles supporting student services, research, academics, outreach or administrationDoen LeeScott Hildebrandhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1SA8m7WCLFrfKnBsDm668bVByCCrpFpXvIM3GAMlWI04/edit?usp=sharing
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Alcohol Licensing Review Committee10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe mission of the Alcohol License Review Committee is to serve City's residents, businesses & visitors by thoroughly & conscientiously reviewing license applications, establishing & maintaining standards, addressing violations, developing alcohol-related policies, & making recommendations to the Common Council. Their goal is to promote responsible alcohol-selling -serving practices; enhance public safety & quality of life; consistently apply pertinent laws & conditions; educate citizenry/business community about the ALRC mission & processes; modernize existing business & governmental systems and reduce expenditures on alcohol-related issues; improve overall service delivery.Alexander ToyLDCosta@cityofmadison.comhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/15_Lj-aM3pcEhQgVmusNEmqUQDn8yCepMvS1aBxt2XIY/edit?usp=sharing
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Arboretum Committee10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduTyler LarkDavid Drakehttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1lfZBoUJjNt59SqRV9q8vep3rXnG5TMGsxmxi_q_9dXY/edit?usp=sharing
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ASM Foundation50NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONSThe mission of the Associated Students of Madison Foundation is to support and advance the academic mission of the University of Wisconsin-Madison as well as embody the spirit of the Associated Students of Madison. The ASM Foundation does this by providing non-traditional, active learning experiences to improve student participation, understanding and critical evaluation of student issues, and quality of student life. In doing so, the ASM Foundation supports and furthers the ideals expressed by the Wisconsin Idea, in the hope that students have a positive impact on our campus, across our state, and around the world. Currently the ASM Foundation is in its first year of full operations and beginning work on two brand new initiatives. The first is a scholarship program called "Improving the Campus - Design Challenge and Scholarship" for which students are awarded a scholarship to provide action plans that address issues they see regarding student life here at UW-Madison. We are excited to develop and offer this scholarship to bolster and improve campus life. The second initiative is unofficially named the "Associated Alumni of Madison" project in which the Foundation is beginning to reconnect with past ASM alumni. By doing so, we hope to provide training resources to students across campus from professionals that had a vested interest in the betterment of campus as well as reconnect these alumni in support of the ideals of Shared Governance. --Jeff Pertlhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/19NzrbV-da36Mz9w6iEox-ISLJCvZN_sTu5D7q_OBEb4/edit?usp=sharing
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Athletic Board *20Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Athletic Board advises the Athletic Department and Chancellor, submits reports to and consults with the Faculty Senate and University Committee regarding athletic activities and policies.Alexandra Hader, Jason KleinPeter Millerhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1rMucspN_1lupaoFBl8bf1pfpT6xMC1W01RfHP7WaSgE/edit?usp=sharing
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Budget Committee *20Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduAdvises and makes recommendations to the chancellor, the provost, and the vice chancellor for finance and administration on institutional budget issues, long-range financial strategies, state biennial budget proposals, and allocations to schools, colleges, and divisions.Mara Matovich, Omer ArainAnkur Desaimonthly or as needed
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Campus Diversity and Climate Committee (CDCC) *4 (1 appointed by equity and diversity chair, 1 is Equity and Inclusion Committee Chair)2 (1 ASM appointee, 1 equity chair appointee)Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThis shared governance body advises the administration, the faculty, the academic staff, the classified staff, and the recognized student governance organization on campus diversity and climate policy, which strives to create an environment where each individual feels respected, valued and supported, while respecting academic freedom and freedom of speech. 1. Provides for faculty, staff and student participation in long-range planning. 2. Meets twice annually with the chancellor and provost to discuss policy and progress. 3. Hears reports from groups, units, programs and administrators. 4. Holds the annual campus-wide policy and progress forum. 5. Assists the administration in the preparation of annual reports to the UW System, Faculty Senate, Academic Staff Assembly, classified staff shared governance, represented labor groups, and student governance body. 6. Meets periodically with deans and directors to discuss policy and progress. 7. Collaborates with other groups, programs and units on matters of diversity and climate. 8. Makes policy recommendations. Na Lor, Bailee Kensmoe, Alex Hader (Chair)Ozzyie Chen; Linda Oakleyhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1LUXdvIGRwnkUX9ff7ot9l-5fKg17_1yFI0CYEfXm2ko/edit?usp=sharing
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Campus Information Technology Advisory Subgroup54Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduNoah KrauseJohn Zumbrunnenhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1grSz1I7xYPNWtqfWFfCf9BbNXILfUbI4RjOgZ16OE7w/edit?usp=sharing
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Campus Planning Committee *1 (plus an alternate)1 alternateRolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe committee shall advise the chancellor on long-range development plans, building priorities site selection, and aesthetic criteria, regarding facilities for research, instruction, recreation, parking and transportation, and other university functions.Emmet Gaffney (ejgaffney@wisc.edu); Sarah Mangelsdorf; teresa.adams2@wisc.eduhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1BTEebZgaCZva8ek0fhfrbH1J4v6sqZWMPidZUJtLWfM/edit?usp=sharing
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Campus Transportation Committee *30Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Campus Transportation Committee (CTC) is a UW-Madison faculty committee which provides advice and recommendations on many budgetary and operational decisions made by UW Transportation Services.Beau Burdett; Benjamin Rolsma (rolsma@wisc.edu); Cullen VensDavid Marcouiller (chair), Anne Brogan (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1dXgYoXARtZH7NKndQx25HvjZIjmE4dpbfMuNbCMTvro/edit?usp=sharing
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Central Madison Business Improvement District Board (City of Madison)10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe BID encompasses the greater State Street and Capitol Square area, including the 100 blocks off the square (area in gold at right). It includes appx. 200 property parcels and appx. 370 street level, consumer-oriented businesses (retail, food & drink, entertainment, service).
The goal of Madison's Central BID is to increase the vitality and health of the district and promote business within it. The constituents are the property and business owners within the district. It is not intended as a substitute for City services (such as Mall Maintenance).

The four areas of BID Strategic Focus are to: Market the district as a whole, create a Welcoming Environment, develop Community Relations, and Advocate for the needs and interests of the district.
Malcolm SternLDCosta@cityofmadison.comhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1A_dObkmqPbPMwG6xmINtkKugOsBC1C5dIwnBwX4-eC0/edit?usp=sharing
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Chancellor's Advisory Group on Alcohol and Other Drugs2 (1 graduate, 1 undergraduate1 gradRolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.edua cross-campus policy group providing overarching analysis and leadership on campus alcohol policy and advising the Chancellor on initiatives relating to alcohol and other drugsParker Jahns (U)Dean Lori Berquam and Marlena Holden;
Contact person: Valerie Peterson
https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1rlQLezGg8pQESWaqG4GfoBxbiCe_IR-2k8otonF4is4/edit?usp=sharing
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Dean of Students, Advisory Committee for the Office of the *41Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduKirk Anderson; Vaughan Collins, Zawadi CarrollLauren Papp9/20, 10/18, 11/15
9:30am - 10:30am
Room 55 Bascom Hall
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Dean of Students, Student Advisory Board for the Office of theVariablevariable (~5)Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduActs as a forum for ideas for strengthening student programs and student life in general.Crystal Stonewall, Henry Galles, Jonny Vannucci, Ruben Moreno, Matt Austin, Trevor Knapp, Alison Ebben, Sakshi Singh, David Weinberg, Thomas Summerwill, Emilie Cochran, Jacob Gardner, Jason GeisslerLindsay Johnson
9/19, 10/24, 11/28, 12/12
5:15pm – 6:45pm
Room 52 Bascom Hall
https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1Lz5HJYmh7tqdNgVn-htxzDr6WNaK_iZgNUQk33RrnIk/edit?usp=sharing
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Dean of the School of Education, Student Advisory Board for the Office of the156MUST BE A SCHOOL OF EDUCATION STUDENT! Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduBoard members would broadly represent the School’s academic programs and student groups; advise the Dean on various questions and issues; offer feedback on general student concerns; and represent the School administration to ASM and the School of Education student body.Bradley Meyer, Na Lor, , Rebecca Landon,, Angela Samosorn, Kathryn Boonstra, Daniel Corral, Stephanie Shedrow, Teagan Fleiner-Etheridge, Maggie MeinenJeff Hammhttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13j4w8pH1H3fivR_1EXsUlq22P6HciFwWRUHZMQh0hvU/edit?usp=sharing
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Disability Issues, President's Advisory Committee on (UW-System)10NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONSprovide information and recommendations (to the President) relating to individuals with disabilities--Sal Carranza (scarranza@uwsa.edu)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1n0yRTAMoQMDC-NjXR7y-zWffdONg0Sm2N3F5bS4s_X4/edit?usp=sharing
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Educational Innovation (EI) Advisory Committee *2 (1 graduate & 1 undergraduate)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe EI Advisory Committee supports the initiative in the following areas:

· Policy – identifying, prioritizing and understanding policy issues needed to advance EI in alignment with the institution’s mission and values
· Engagement – facilitating broad campus participation and involvement of faculty, staff and students
· Direction and success – determining the strategic direction and progress of EI
The committee consists of 3 faculty members, 2 academic staff, 2 members or designees from the Associated Students of Madison (ASM), 3 University Council on Academic Affairs and Assessment (UCAAA) representatives, and 2 non-voting, ex-officio chairs. Members of the EI Coordinating Committee and others will be consulted as needed.
Vera Wei (U), Sally Wu (G)Steve Cramer, Jeffrey Russell,https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1SYJ6sFYJHBONnyo64jgXZ6SfrwlFV_EGR955Ubc57xM/edit?usp=sharing
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End Violence on Campus (EVOC) Committee5 (3 undergraduate, 2 grad, but flexible for the right candidates)0NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS at this timeMEETINGS ARE OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS, AS WELL AS APPOINTED STUDENTSNia Cayenne (U), Collin Ludwig (U), Yiwei Zhao (U), Jacob Gardner (U), William Doty (U), Petra Walech-Roth (U), Sakshi Singh Samantha JohnsonMeetings will commence January 2018.https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1HocqMNEozN0pzenLdTwkJtziwvtlhOeha3mzCvWIj0U/edit?usp=sharing
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Equity and Diversity, Advisory Committee for the Office of *20Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduWorks with the director of the Office for Equity and Diversity, providing consultation and oversight, and advises the university administration and governance organizations on policy issues related to affirmative action and compliance. Reviews periodically the discrimination and harassment complaint procedures for effectiveness and appropriateness. Reviews periodically the discrimination and harassment complaint procedures for effectiveness and appropriateness. Reviews the functions of the Office for Equity and Diversity in carrying out the Office's mission. Reviews campus committees pursuing discrimination goals regarding missions and coordination. Reports annually to the Academic Staff Assembly, to a classified staff shared governance body, and to the chancellor as well as to the Faculty Senate.Malcolm Stern, Rachel DyerParameswaran Ramanathanhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1PEYh0YLB49SFXVl4jV3K6zWe42_U_ItU7yvSdaTbM3U/edit?usp=sharing
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Ethnic Studies Subcommittee2 (1 in 2017/2018)1Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.edu--cicheng@wisc.eduhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/15zPBPQYtujszlaIf1A2DHjU0CwnIuX_nYtnR37OOpco/edit?usp=sharing
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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer People in the University, Committee for *3 (1 graduate, 2 undergraduate)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.edu1. Recommends to administrative offices and governance bodies changes in university priorities, policies, practices, and programs that advance equity and diversity across the spectrum of gender identity and expression and sexual orientation.
2. Consults and collaborates with administrative offices and governance bodies to advocate for an inclusive and respectful campus climate and culture for faculty, staff, and students across the spectrum of gender identity and expression and sexual orientation.
3. Evaluates and monitors the status of GLBTQ members of the university community.

Nick Pjevach (G), Petra Walech-Roth (U); Ayden Prehara (U) Co-Chairs: Steph Tai (tai2@wisc.edu) and Kelly Krein (kelly.krein@wisc.edu) (lindsey.stoddardcameron@wisc.edu--faculty services coordinator)Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 12:00pm – 1:00pm in 260 Bascom Hall.https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1cXz9DhQbv52kBorLySC3_rUqP0Z8j6JzmYLoWq8H6x4/edit?usp=sharing
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Gender Neutral Bathroom Task Force10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduDIscusses implementation of gender neutral bathrooms on UW campusAlex HaderKelly Krein
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Global Badger Experience Grant Board 10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThis is a newly created grant board in International Student Services. The board approves funding for campus events geared toward global engagement and intercultural dialogue. More info can be found in the grant policy manual.Mahima ChawlaZach Nelson (zach.nelson@wisc.edu)Biweekly Thursdays from 3-4pm (February 2, February 16, March 2, March 16, April 6, April 20, May 4)
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Graduate Assistant Policies and Procedures Transition Workgroup40Sergio Gonzalez, Megam Maguire, Carl Sack, Aaron Batker-PritzkerPatrick Sheenan
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Healthcare Advisory Committee *70Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduTo promote and enhance health and community on campus; act as a liaison between students and other members of the university community to identify and address the health care needs of the student population; act as an advisory resource to University Health Services and other members of the university community who are involved in producing and disseminating resources that promote healthy people, families and communities.Annalise Panthofer, Jennifer Powell, Johnny Uelmen, Jordan Madden, Madeline Ford, Nathan Stack, Manasi MohanManish Patankar; contact person Valerie Peterson4-5 pm, UHS 333 E Campus Mall, JD Kabler Conference Room (8003). September 19, October 17, November 21, December 19, January 23, February 20, March 20, April 17https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1aOxmvup-3ex1nBfY4kchn2coZ1hxjV7u3W-NVzyphwQ/edit?usp=sharing
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Higher Learning Commission Advisory Committee20NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS (committee work ends Spring 2018)This team will work with primary leadership to prepare for UW-Madison's 10-year institutional accrediation process with the Higher Learning Commission. The committee with advise the "core team" and review documents, provide feedback, aserve as a group that is educated about the Higher Learning Commission criteria and process for the comprehensive review. Mara Matovich (U), Nigel Noll (G)Eden.inowayronnie@wisc.edu6 to 9 meetings a year of 1.5 to 2.5 hours each, with some homeworkhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/161tKfoUeqNUEaR_FWVSGYC0sXfxb60cVt3OVh10Tp1g/edit?usp=sharing
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Information Technology Committee *3 (1 graduate & 1 undergraduate, 1 either)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Information Technology Committee is the faculty advisory body for policy and planning for information technology throughout the university. In performing its functions, it shall consult with such groups and individuals as it feels may be able to provide valuable advice. It may request such reports on budgets, personnel policies, and other topics as are necessary for it to make informed judgments and recommendations. It shall establish such subcommittees as are necessary to carry out its functions. 1. Reviews and makes recommendations on strategic planning for the university's information technology resources. 2. Reviews the performance of information technology facilities and services in supporting and assisting scholarly activities. 3. Receives reports from and provides general direction to committees formed to address specific information technology issues. 4. Monitors technical developments. 5. Consults with and advises appropriate administrative officers on budget and resource allocation matters including charges and funding sources for information technology services. 6. Receives recommendations from departments, deans, and the Division of Information Technology regarding the establishment, abolition or merger of information technology services and facilities supported by university funds, and makes recommendations regarding these actions to the appropriate administrative officers.Nima Cheraghi (U), Marcin Tutajewski (U), Philip Romer-Masters (G)Rafi Lazimyhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/13sXQO798Ejl6b09jlKdrU-Cj886BpqlL5XhkEF1ZFaU/edit?usp=sharing
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Joint Southeast Campus Area Committee (City of Madison)10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduFacilitate participation in planning activities affecting the campus community, City of Madison and the surrounding neighborhoods of the southeast campus area east of Park Street; identify community-wide and neighborhood impacts of campus initiated, city-related and private sector development projects in the southeast campus area; discuss and summarize comments on university, city and private development plans, environmental impact/assessment statements, and traffic analysis; summarize city, campus and neighborhood comments that enhance existing commercial, university and residential areas, and street, transit and bicycle/pedestrian systems in the southeast campus area east of Park Street, and; forward appropriate summary JSECAC comments on development projects to the appropriate City of Madison committee (ie Plan Comm, Urban Design Comm, Transit & Parking Comm, Alcohol License Review Com, Downtown Coordinating Com, and Ped/Bike/Motor Vehicle Comm.)emmett gaffneyCo-Chair, Mike Kinderman, mike.kinderman@housing.wisc.edu;
Co-Chair, Aaron Crandall, aaron.crandall@yahoo.com; Gary Brown, gary.brown@wisc.edu
https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1rCYfYNzsrDSi_jPUkF1cz6YUD5_IZEQk09SQrtlEt2w/edit?usp=sharing
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Joint West Campus Area Committee (City of Madison)10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduFacilitate participation in planning activities affecting the campus community, the City of Madison, the Village of Shorewood Hills and surrounding neighborhoods of the campus area west of Park Street, including Greenbush, Vilas, Dudgeon-Monroe and Regent; identify community-wide and neighborhood impact of campus-initiated, city/village-related and private sector development projects in the west campus area; discuss and summarize comments on university, city/village and private development plans, environmental impact/assessment statements and traffic analysis; summarize city/village, campus and neighborhood comments that enhance existing commercial, university and residential areas and street, transit and bike/pedestrian systems in the west campus area (west of Park Street; forward appropriate summary of JWCAC comments on development projects to the appropriate City committee (ie Plan Comm, Urban Design Com, Transit & Parking Comm, Alcohol License Review Com, Downtown Coordinating Com and Ped/Bike/Motor Vehicle Comm) and to the appropriate Village of Shorewood Hills committee(s).Beth RichmondCo-Chair, Rob Kennedy, rob.kennedy@wisc.edu;
Co-Chair, Doug Carlson, dclarson5dc@aim.com; Gary Brown, gary.brown@wisc.edu
Upcoming meetings can be located here: https://madison.legistar.com/DepartmentDetail.aspx?ID=17304&GUID=F434C53E-CF1C-4600-82EC-2538EA860F38&R=953579de-a31a-4d84-99d1-2ac97b708bfchttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/15KZUemiIWGCHVc9NZuHo6IRav16RmWtsZ3bMonRYrdk/edit?usp=sharing
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Labor Codes Licensing Advisory Committee *30Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduhttp://www.news.wisc.edu/laborlicensing/index.html Evaluates labor policies, standards and practices developed by the Collegiate Licensing Company and reports the committee's assessments and recommendations to the chancellor pertaining to the university's labor code of conduct and riders; develops, evaluates and recommends to the chancellor assessments of whether manufacturers of UW-Madison licensed products are compliant with the university's labor code of conduct courses of action if manufacturers are noncompliant; monitors and reviews the university's labor code of conduct and riders and the implementation of such policies, including:
Ben Wohlleber, Samuel Park, George ChenRandy Dunham (chair), Jordan Hanson (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1ZOR2bGz3kN-BZDi48Q2IPLJ9OXaC8WTR4ome6QzswIo/edit?usp=sharing
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Lakeshore Nature Preserve Committee *30Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Lakeshore Nature Preserve Committee sustains the integrity of the Lakeshore Nature Preserve with policies, guidelines, planning, stewardship, and management designed to ensure that these natural communities and cultural landscapes will pass unimpaired to future generations.Jacqueline Beaulieu, Gabriella Bianchi, Hannah Loehrkeshotchkiss@facstaff.wisc.edu (chair), Laura Wyatt, laura.wyatt@wisc.edu (contact)Monthly meetings September through May, meet for 1.5 hours during the work week during regular business hours of 8:30am to 5:30 pm according to members availability. Operating under Robert Rules of Order, a quorum is required to conduct business and attendance is critical.https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/12hpHWeyze_bZDzPc0lSCIqQcf9mapvOVMjrd54EuZVc/edit?usp=sharing
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Landlord Tenant Issues Advisory Committee (City of Madison)10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Landlord & Tenant Issues Committee shall serve as a forum for discussion & communication about landlord-tenant issues, make recommendations to the Mayor & Common Council on all aspects of landlord and tenant policies and issues, including those in Chapters 27 & 32 of the MGOs; and perform the functions formerly exercised by the Rent Abatement Oversight Committee.Jacob Victorghank@cityofmadison.comhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1rnB_3M30oG17N7rAAjP8OzXemcUoW8TANnjTOtZMvn0/edit?usp=sharing
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Lectures Committee *11Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduConsiders requests for lectures of general interest that are not primarily supplementary to or extensions of programs of instruction provided by colleges, schools, or departments. Application for lectures within the jurisdiction of the committee may be made by departments or other groups of faculty members. Recommends annually to the chancellor a budget for its activities. Exercises such control over the announcement of lectures as it deems necessary and desirable--Timothy Smeeding (chair), Jamie Adcock (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1K2wk8gjreF6MdBZfDwptyutl2zkGzjkyJ2npBuRr73w/edit?usp=sharing
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Letters & Sciences Curriculum Committee2 undergrads0MUST BE A LETTERS & SCIENCES STUDENT! Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe L&S Curriculum Committee serves as a College-level advisory committee, offering guidance and oversight foradministration of degree requirements, requirements for academic programs offered in L&S, and other issues related tosafeguarding principles of study in the liberal arts and sciences. As part of its work, the Committee reviews proposals change L&S program requirements. It also reviews proposals to add, change or delete L&S courses; when asked to do so, it also reviews courses offered by other schools and colleges to consider eligibility for those courses to carry LiberalArts and Science (LAS) and divisional breadth credit. Finally, the Committee serves as the Dean’s advisory councilfor consideration of new curricular initiatives, and for advising L&S Student Academic Affairs on the interpretation ofL&S curricular policy.Quinn Wakley; Luke MooreProfessor Dan Quint (Economics) dquint@ssc.wisc.edu; (contact person, Kimbrin Cornelius, klcornelius@wisc.edu)2nd and 4th Tuesdays 1-2:30 during the fall and spring semestershttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1EfE5zTlL7qiLMjCSlRmY-iar9Sa5E9lJVmQgqKo4Oko/edit?usp=sharing
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Library Committee *3 (2 undergraduate & 1 graduate)2 (1 undergraduate & 1 graduate)Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Library Committee is the faculty advisory body for policy and planning for libraries throughout the university including the General Library System. In performing its functions, it shall consult with such groups and individuals as it feels may be able to provide valuable advice. These groups may include but are not limited to the Library Coordinating Council, committees for Memorial Library and the branch libraries, and others concerned with libraries of record and special campus libraries. It may request such reports on library budgets, personnel policies, and other topics as are necessary for it to make informed judgments and recommendations. It shall establish such subcommittees as are necessary to carry out its functions. 1. Reviews and makes recommendations on long range planning for the university's library resources. 2. Reviews the performance of the libraries in supporting and assisting scholarly activities. 3. Monitors technical developments (such as automation or computerization) for the libraries. 4. Consults with and advises appropriate administrative officers on library budget matters. 5. Receives recommendations from departments and deans regarding the establishment, abolition or merger of libraries supported by university funds, and makes recommendations to the chancellor. 6. Gives advice on the allocation of resources among major library units and services. 7. Advises on the appointment of faculty members to search and screen committees for the senior administrative appointments in each major library unit.
Andrew Pietroske (U)Dan Klingenberg (chair), Connie Hoisington (contact), Ed van Gemert, evangemert@library.wisc.edu, Carrie Nelson, carrie.nelson@wisc.eduhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1FA0Dy6agYoqpje6CFRUIbkk0u37wDcU_hiBwnEpMD0M/edit?usp=sharing
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Limited Term Employee (LTE) Advisory Committee11Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.edu--Zubin Muftihttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1KJti7-EImKNSSldPSYu4mjrcp286-qczoAALYW99068/edit?usp=sharing
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Local and Personal Emergency Contact Planning Committee10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduBennett AbideGreta Petersen, Penny Clarkhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/19m0FbupcICA1ePAi6mI05vETJiL2uDcexU01kH1G3fg/edit?usp=sharing
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Memorial Library Committee *2 (1 graduate & 1 undergraduate)2 (1 graduate & 1 undergrad)Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduReviews and advises the Memorial Library Administration on policies related to collection development, collection evaluation, and bibliographic activities, especially in the humanities, social sciences, and general reference. Advises the Memorial Library Administration on other major policy issues concerning, inter alia, staffing levels, budget, automation, and user regulations. Significant gift collections, special fund-raising efforts, major building and space remodeling projects, and major appointments are some of the items upon which the committee should be consulted. Responds to the concerns of faculty, staff and students who use Memorial Library. Receives regular reports on Memorial Library operations.--Florence Hsia (chair), Lesley Moyo (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1uNXyNeezBt3GEyc3tKk8tpZosJbzD5AhwNgAn7tIt10/edit?usp=sharing
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Morgridge Center for Public Service Campus Advisory Council2 (1 graduate & 1 undergraduate)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduTyler Lark (G); Ibrahim Nawaz Khan (U)Kathy Cramer (contact), and Associate Director Lisa Chambershttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1vd9Fv_3J3SZ-SGJaNDyIDfvX-WdgdGrO2sksURdFaR0/edit?usp=sharing
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Non-Resident Tuition Appeals Committee51Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Non-resident Tuition Appeals Committee is the hearing body that considers the appeals for exemption from nonresident tuition.Maura Skelton, Andrew Pietroske, Parker Conover, Maura PallittaMargo Ptacek; margo.ptacek@wisc.eduhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1sYYLrhu1lfBWqnt9XQgB3H4SvcXwGiX0j5HQD9f6a9Y/edit?usp=sharing
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Provost's Advisory Group on Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct (PAGSM)2 (1 grad, 1 undergrad)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduJanelle Ramsel (G), Jennifer Torner (U)Lauri Berquam, (Contact Kathy Kuno, kathy.kuno@wisc.edu)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1Uc-S_60hBCB8JdJyFc29V3Z6QcnJJt1OLEu6Pall2A8/edit?usp=sharing
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Recreational Sports Board *71Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduAdvises the administration concerning the development, programming, staffing, maintenance, and financing of recreational sports facilities for faculty, staff, and students. Initiates actions in matters of budget and personnel for the chancellor. When issues related to academic matters develop, decisions shall be restricted to a subcommittee consisting of the faculty members of the committee. Disputes about identifying issues as academic shall be resolved by the University Committee. Jeremy Dobbs, Vanessa Studer, Bradley Meyer, Cait GibbonsDoug Reindl dreindl@wisc.edu, Jesse Markow (co-chairs); John Horn (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1LfS_mNWgVtLxWF9dX9XMJk6kWGHpAiR1UtLB8lPva_Y/edit?usp=sharing
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Red Gym Working GroupvariablevariableRolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe study group will review what space is available, what space is needed, and how space in the Red Gym might be optimized to serve programmatic needs. Service on this study group will require a commitment of time and energy over the next six months. However, that commitment will contribute greatly to important decisions relating to future use of the Red Gym. It is likely that the group also will include student representation from one or more organizations located in the Red Gym.Ali Khan, Mariam CokerLisa Waltersnotable time commitment over next six months
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Resident Halls Advisory Committee1 (non-voting)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Residence Halls Advisory Board (RHAB) is comprised of representatives from the various University Residence Halls and Division of University Housing staff, who meet to discuss and consider the needs and desires of residents. The meetings are chaired by myself and we did meet regularly this past academic year.LykashreeJeff Novakhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1aKQBB1eh8VNb2BWrzwCma52qc0X0CytJptMEasmFEwk/edit?usp=sharing
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School of Education Equity & Diversity Committee22MUST BE A SCHOOL OF EDUCATION STUDENT! Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Equity and Diversity Committee advises the Dean on the climate within the School in relationship to issues of equity and diversity, with diversity defined in a broad and inclusive way. The Committee works to ensure that the School of Education has the most diverse faculty and student body possible, and seeks to create a welcoming and supportive organizational culture that enables students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds to pursue their educational interests and contribute effectively to local, state, national and international communities.--Jeff Hamhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1BFIZfipODbCpfcFnNY9NYodQfsKy16IpQdneIHRXfoQ/edit?usp=sharing
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School of Education Global Education Committee1 (graduate)0MUST BE A SCHOOL OF EDUCATION STUDENT! Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe School of Education promotes a conceptualization of education, research and public service that spans international borders, has global reach and embraces open inquiry, innovation and social justice. The goal of this committee is to ensure well-coordinated international initiatives and opportunities that span research and practice and that have administrative, faculty, staff, graduate student and undergraduate student participation. Global Education initiatives will occur on campus as well as nationally and internationally. A focus on global awareness and critical inquiry is central to the School of Education and to the activities of the Global Education Committee (GEC). GEC will foster connections and dialog across departments and programs within the SoE and will connect with broader conversations and initiatives about global education campus-wide, state-wide, nationally and internationally. A primary goal is to support visibility to all and inclusion for all.
This committee serves as an advisory group to the Dean and is composed of: one faculty member from each Department within the School of Education; a representative from Education Outreach and Partnerships (EOP) and International Academic Programs (IAP); a Chair; and an ex-officio seat for the Associate Dean of Academics and International Relations.
Regina FullerMaggie Hawkins, David Rosenthal, Veronica Watsonhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1u_aCRDsEMUX_40_v-80OrYj_s2vrhlrbvp4bhhg0kT0/edit?usp=sharing
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School of Education Information Technology Policy Advisory Committee10Not accepting applications at this time.

MUST BE A SCHOOL OF EDUCATION STUDENT!
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School of Education Programs Committee2 (1 graduate & 1 undergraduate)2 ( 1 graduate & 1 undergraduate)MUST BE A SCHOOL OF EDUCATION STUDENT! Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe School of Education faculty as a whole has delegated the responsibility for the review of all proposed new courses, new programs, and revisions of existing courses and programs to the School’s Programs Committee. The Committee may initiate proposals for change that are then referred to another appropriate department or committee for further action, or the Committee itself may elect to pursue a particular course of action. In fulfilling these functions, Committee members serve as liaisons with departments and provide feedback between departments and the Committee. Other review bodies, including the faculty, the Chancellor's Office, and System Administration, assume that the actions of the Programs Committee represent informed professional judgment in accordance with School and University policy. Actions taken by the Programs Committee are subject to faculty and administrative review at all levels--David Rosenthal, https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1oVaylSusVONovD3TzS7sPt05bLo6xtmFIJRHvfu7y94/edit?usp=sharing
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Space and Remodeling Policies Committee10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduReviews assignment of newly constructed space and reassignment of existing space; oversees allocation of GPR and overhead minor remodeling funds; establishes policies for utilization of general assignment classroom space.Petar DjordjevicEden Inoway-RonnieThursday, Nov. 17, from 1:30 pm – 3 pm (room TBA), Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm (room TBA)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1YjTcMKLqra_IqsmhRJCE1oh_jbdePDZ4DK-HGjccars/edit?usp=sharing
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Student Information Technology Initiative Advisory Committee (SITIAC)33Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduStudent Information Technology Initiative Advisory Committee (SITIAC) provides input concerning the allocation and use of student information technology funds. The group will plan, engage and review - working to continuously to improve the program as information technology service needs for students evolve.--Dan Jacobsohnhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1yvYwq5sniL7Y1t1etYU7tYwlBhtVd807CZKOP0VRNM0/edit?usp=sharing
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Student Misconduct PanelVariable0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduReviews cases of misconduct. Students that are available for 2 years are preferred Nik Vakil, Allison Ebben, Abigail Murphy, Ben Smith, Parker Jahns, Emiliy Perez, Adam Fearing, callie celestin, Avneesh Chandra, parker Conover, James Elkin, Caitlin Attaway, Jacob Gardner, Amol Goyal, LeykashreeTonya Schmidthttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1-_w6_X1AIsYPfLgDoknURsUd7opnhjjxFP2WUz5qUJ0/edit?usp=sharing
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Student Organizations, Committee on (CSO)80Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduCarry out the registered student organization disciplinary process, review disciplinary process and procedures, set policy relevant to RSOs, create programs which will better connect and serve RSOs, advise the Center for Leadership and InvolvementEmma Hlavin, Emma Kaitz, Sydney Hecimovich, Adam Mazin, Aaron Vieth; Jamie Bang; Yi Wu;
Carmen Gosey; Carolyn Busse
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Student Transportation Board31Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduMaura Pallitta, George ChenMargaret Bergaminihttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/17qjSaBHoOx2eld0S0ZpDvZIJkp4vV5dAWz4-C6noyJM/edit?usp=sharing
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Sustainability, Advisory Board for the Office of20Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Office of Sustainability advisory board is a crucial part of keeping office operations and initiatives on track. Members of the advisory board have diverse backgrounds and careers, but all share a passion for putting sustainability into practice.Tyler Lark, Sanober Mirzaapakes@sustainability.wisc.eduhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1_GWGRwsj7KbLA2IhUqSfpkLUdKSxNLH5Y9TRcICkmRI/edit?usp=sharing
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Teaching and Learning Technology - Madison Advisory Group (TLT-MAG)10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduAdvisory role to the Vice Provost for IT, DoIT Director of Academic Technology, and CIO and Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning; awareness role for emerging trends, campus issues, and existing processes; a leadership role for practice change and specific projects, initiatives, and activities; communication role for identifying communication needs, developing communication plans, and ensuring that desired communication occursAvneesh ChandraJohn Zumbrunnenhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1femwmW9Ug7regaa8E66g3iI_EjyMVMl8Z7Jy4pZ1O2s/edit?usp=sharing
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Teaching Awards Committee *2 (1 grad, 1 undergrad)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduReviews nominations for and selects teaching award recipients Jacob Gardner (U), Emily Caudill (G)Susan Brantly & Jake Vander Zanden (co-chairs); Jamie Adcock (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1UEQSIDbkBiYBswrY4HisjGzd4UXvEB27_i-Yqx64HmE/edit?usp=sharing
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Tenant Resource Center Contract Advisory Board (TRCCAB)5-NOT Accepting applications at this timeAppointees to the TRC Advisory Board will make recommendations about services relating to programming, advising, and outreach from the TRC to students. Appointees will work with ASM leadership, members of the Student Services Finance Committee, and Tenant Resource Center staff and will meet at least twice per semester. Applicants should be interested in how renting on campus affects their fellow students.Carmen Gosey; Tyler Bushhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1yo_ONxtMqERDpomeIGs6d2zbTX_QXCWHlBqEW80vbjY/edit?usp=sharing
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Student Title IX Advisory Committee (STIXA)153Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThis Student Title IX Advisory Committee is a diverse committee of students charged with advising the Dean of Students and the campus Title IX Coordinator on a range of Title IX and VAWA issues. These issues include, but are not limited to, sexual violence awareness and prevention education, complaint investigation and adjudication policy, and campus culture/climate. The committee will facilitate transparent and open communication between UW Administration and students to the highest degree possible considering Federal and State law and applicable campus policy. This committee will also communicate with university faculty and staff to identify strategies for ensuring that students understand their rights under Title IX and know how to report possible violations of Title IX. Members of this committee will meet no less than monthly to discuss and actualize ways to improve how our campus confronts and repairs harms associated with sexual assault and other gender-based violence to make this campus safer for all UW-Madison enrollees, employees and visitors. Cait Gibbons, Abigail Routh, Johanna Traynor, Manasi Mohan, John Millerhagen, Elise Drott, Olivia Anderson, Megan Murphy, Emily Perez, Carmey Gosey, Katrina Morrison, Chloe KirkCait Gibbons; Jennifer L Van RoyStudents who can serve for two years preferred.https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1bqb42tU6gnVzyF8NaiISCqHCGvc4jxgDw2Rci7nAHHM/edit?usp=sharing
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Undergraduate Recruitment, Admissions, and Financial Aid, Committee on (CURAFA) *40Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduRepresents the faculty in regard to all aspects of the recruitment and admission of students and in regard to all aspects of financial aid for students except those handled by the faculties of individual colleges, schools, or departments. Makes recommendations to the faculty concerning the formulation of, or any substantive modification in, university policies on admission and financial aid. Makes recommendations to the faculty and administration concerning programs directed at enhancing the quality and diversity of the undergraduate student body. Advises the administration on and reviews the implementation and operation of these policies and programsSamuel Park, Jordan Madden, Kesong Cao, Chrissy Ramakrishnankmasters@wisc.edu; Alison Rice; Nick HillmanNext meeting: September 18th, 2pm Union Southhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1VhfOclFxh9Q2W3AzH72VukREs22Atd3ESAYSA1q1OnA/edit?usp=sharing
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Union Council *4 (1 is always the Chair of ASM, 2 appointed through the Shared Governance Process, and 1 appointed by SSFC or SSFC designee)2 (1 SSFC & 1 ASM Chair)Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduGoverning board of the Wisconsin Union, responsible to the Board of Regents through the chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison; determines the scope of union programs through the approval of the free program goals and budgets; sets overall building policies and provides guidance and counsel to the various operating departments.Samuel Park (ASM), Omar Jandal (ASM)susan dibbelhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1HB-7XIt8uEZEqyFfVqep6JR1jqANK0BvLiZhaReJzNE/edit?usp=sharing
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University Academic Planning Council *1 (non-voting)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduAdvises the chancellor and provost on major program decisions, long-term academic plans, and associated campus development and budgetary policies.Addresses university academic issues and provides for faculty participation in long-range planning, and as such. Assures that appropriate review and consideration is given to requests for new programs; the implementation of proposals for new majors, degrees, degree name changes, departments, schools, or colleges; recommendations concerning the establishment or discontinuation of departments; and academic program evaluation. (See 5.01.A.) Advises the Campus Planning Committee on the impact of academic priorities on the campus physical development plans.Matthew ZinsliSarah Mangelsdorf (chair), Jocelyn Milner (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1EwYuqLv9bqoP6Xdr1-9FfiId-4QNC6et6EltEvvBtbU/edit?usp=sharing
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University Bookstore Board of Directors *10Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduManages the business of the University Book Store; ensures the book store is managed in a financially responsible manner and is fulfilling its duties as written in the by-laws.Alex ShengPatrick McGowanhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/11jhERZ7w9vNMITSkJ-eS6NKkEZRyWWCqfmdKvpB3wnk/edit?usp=sharing
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University Childcare Committee *22Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduAdministrative committee. Provides support for and development of programs for child care for students, staff and faculty.--Phillip Braithwaite (chair), Lindsey Stoddard Cameron (contact)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1rZzkYaP1C44O_At4aXh4vbZiV68Ke7hYloLPb_1v_wA/edit?usp=sharing
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University General Education Committee2 (1 graduate & 1 undergraduate)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduA campus-wide policy committee dealing with all issues related to the university-wide undergraduate general education requirements. The business of the committee in recent years has tended to focus on the assessment of student learning in courses that meet the General Education Requirements. Considerable attention has been paid to whether students are achieving the learning goals articulated for the Communication and Quantitative Reasoning requirements; this work is expected to continue. Alexandra Hader (U); Angela Zito (G)elaine.klein@wisc.eduhttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/13b5iN9YrJm6Hu7YM76XR71sGkSiFfh3pPQfANaPOt6s/edit?usp=sharing
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University Honors Committee30Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduProvides leadership to strengthen undergraduate experiences for students in honors and related programs.Courtney Morrison, Lee Hermann; Emily PerezJanet Batzlihttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1Zi6wQIPxJfjm7WcL2oXoZC_fA49nDY3AVa7xjAvvdXg/edit?usp=sharing
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Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration (VCFA) Study Group80Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThis group is newly formed. Our hope is 6-8 students regularly meet with the
VCFA Laurent Heller, whose office oversees many campus units, such as Housing, RecSports, UHS, UWPD, and the Wisconsin Union. Students get up- close exposure to administrative decisionmaking, projects, and challenges. They can also serve as a resource for student feedback. Great opportunity for those interested in careers in higher education or public policy!
Omer Arain; Mara Matovich; Zhihu Yao; Carly Pavlis, Alexandra McKellips; Diane Xue; Adam Rexroade; Quinn WakleyLaurent HellerMonthly meetings for approximately one hour
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Wisconsin Experience Grant Committee20Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe Wisconsin Experience Grant Committee: Reviews requests for support from the Wisconsin Experience GrantLaurel Noack, Jerad MaxberryKatie at grant.info@studentlife.wisc.edu or TJ Sargeanthttps://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/11aUzeodzO1tb1UVKUgVfeWdm6I_CrYOKjk2ghEP9gH0/edit?usp=sharing
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Women in the University, Committee on *2 (1 graduate & 1 undergraduate)0Rolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduRecommends to administrative offices and governance bodies changes in university priorities, policies, practices and programs that would improve the status of women. Collaborates and consults with administrative offices and governance bodies to more fully support gender equity, employee engagement, an inclusive and respectful culture, and diversity. Evaluates and monitors the status of women employees at the university. Specific topics include: Childcare, Parental leave, and lactation rooms.Sowmya Acharya (G), Zahiah Hammad (U) Bret Larget, Kate O'Connor (co-chairs), Lindsey Stoddard Cameron (contact)monthly meetings, Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm (Sep 21, Oct 19, Nov 16, Dec 14, Jan 18, Feb 15, March 15, April 19, May 17)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1ppQIZs0U2PrnRdDVz5QfCDf1Uwk32BD9SZ75mqzEaso/edit?usp=sharing
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WSUM Governance Board5 (4 at-large; 1 Journalism & Mass Communication graduate student)1 undergradRolling applicaitons are now open. To apply, email a resume and a statement of interest to SharedGov@asm.wisc.eduThe WSUM Governance Board supervises WSUM's operation on a policy and evaluation level. The board sets policies regarding station operation within the limitation of FCC rules and regents or university policy. The board appoints the station manager and the management positions. The board approves an annual budget for the station.William Doty(U), Shreenita Ghosh (J-school grad), Sam Schwab (U)David Black (gm@wsum.wisc.edu)https://docs.google.com/a/wisc.edu/spreadsheets/d/1QmdDzv1tHmUp3WaD-uxYIfMdaIY6HkGFxwAsPiomPNg/edit?usp=sharing
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