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Committee NameGSA Representative(s) Name(s)GSA Representative(s) Email(s)Committee Point of Contact: EmailCommittee Point of Contact: Name, TitleCommittee Point of Contact: PhoneCommittee TypeCommittee OwnerCommittee DescriptionCommittee WebsiteMeeting FrequencyMeeting LengthMeeting LocationUCSB GSA Rep Duties / Notes GSA Rep Appointment ProcessGSA Rep Payment Status FallGSA Rep Payment Status WinterGSA Rep Payment Status SpringUrgency Level
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Academic Senate Sustainability Work GroupVACANT - (Was Maximilian Stiefel)
2 hours of work: Chloe, Aubrie, Victoria
Katie Maynard, Sustainability Coordinator805-448-5111Governance Academic SenateThis Academic Senate body:drafts proposals for new programs, reach out to potential collaborators for feedback and support, and recruits participation in new programs; seeks opportunities within curriculum, research, and co-curricular activities to raise awareness of sustainability, prepare students to be leaders within their communities, and to apply the knowledge within the university to solve sustainability challenges. We are currently working on a new PhD emphasis and new PhD Program related to sustainability, recognition and support programs for sustainability research, an internship program, a General Education requirement for undergraduates, support for faculty who are infusing sustainability into their curriculum, and a faculty awards program.http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/academic-senate-sustainability-work-group/Monthly1 hourEllison Hallput in 1-2 hours between meetingsGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Chancellor's Campus Sustainability Committee (CCSC) Subcommittee on CommunicationsVACANT - (Was Maximilian Stiefel) (Contact Lillian Mirviss)Mo Lovegreen, Executive Officer, Director of Campus Sustainability(805) 880-2585AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellorhttp://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/sustaining-the-campus/communications/ 3-6 hours per monthEach subcommittee meets at varying intervals depending on what issues they are working on. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Chancellor's Campus Sustainability Committee (CCSC) Subcommittee on Procurement
VACANT - (Was Maximilian Stiefel) (Contact Lillian Mirviss)
3 hours: Jasmine, Sierra, Christopher
Mo Lovegreen, Executive Officer, Director of Campus Sustainability(805) 880-2585AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellorhttp://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/sustaining-the-campus/procurement/3-6 hours per monthEach subcommittee meets at varying intervals depending on what issues they are working on. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Chancellor's Outreach Advisory Board (COAB)Nicolás Pascalmrnicopascal@gmail.comMario Castellanos, Executive Director, Office of Education Partnerships; Kristi Reyes, Program Assistant, Office of Education Partnerships805-893-3105AdvisoryOffice of the ChancellorThis body: provides consultation and direction to the campus in the development and oversight of campus initiatives supported by university academic preparation funds. https://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/coab/Quarterly2 hoursUCen conference roomEach subcommittee meets at varying intervals depending on what issues they are working on. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Advisory CommitteeGinette Simszach@zachrentz.com ;
And my Dixon-Levy Service Committee (Fritz and Cierra) both should get paid for 2 hours, just in case they forget.
Jeanne Stanford, Director, CAPS & Shana Moran-Lanier, Director of Budget and Administration for Student Life (Shana.Moran-Lanier@sa.ucsb.edu) & Taylor Kabeary, Office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 805-893-4411AdvisoryDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: provides oversight and direction for CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services). The Advisory Committee is meant to help CAPS serve students and the UCSB community better. The committee can offer feedback as well as help discuss how we can serve the mental health needs of our students. It is also an opportunity to share with the members what CAPS staff is seeing in terms of mental health needs and departmental needs. http://counseling.sa.ucsb.edu/
<sims.ginette046@gmail.com>
1.5 hoursCAPS main bldg.GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Laboratory Safety CommitteeMihir Pendarkharmihirpendharkar@umail.ucsb.edu ;david.vandenberg@ehs.ucsb.eduDave Vandenberg, Environmental Health & Safety, Laboratory Safety Program Manager805-893-4899Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewOffice of Environmental Health and Safety This body: provides general oversight and guidance to the campus through promotion of a safe work environment in all research and teaching laboratories using hazardous materials or equipment. http://www.ehs.ucsb.edu/labsafety1-2 times/quarter1 hourCheadle 5123science or engineering department who works in a laboratory environment.GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Major Events CommitteeDusty Hoesly? Lois Harmon? (2 year term) hoesly@umail.ucsb.edu ; harmon_lois@yahoo.comkatya.armistead@sa.ucsb.edu Katya Armistead, Dean of Student Affairs805-893-8912GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: discusses how a major event will be handled on the campus and how each relevant area/department of campus can be of service, as well negotiates campus regulations. No website as of 2015/092-3 times/quarter1-1.5 hoursSRB MPR Conference RoomGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Ombuds Advisory BoardJanelle Phamjanellepham@umail.ucsb.edu ; Kirsi.aulin@uscb.eduKirsi Aulin, Campus Ombuds805-893-2785AdvisoryOffice of the OmbudsThis body: receives and responds to comments or complaints about the Office of the Ombuds, in order to ensure that the Ombuds is held accountable and that persons who feel unfairly treated by the Office of the Ombuds have recourse; acts as a sounding board and advisor to the Office in regard to such matters as the Annual Report and its distribution, promotion and marketing of the office, hiring of staff, additional duties, professional development plans, and the annual budget. http://www.ombuds.ucsb.edu/about/committee/Quarterly1.5 hoursOmbuds Conference Room, Girv 1205-K2-year term limit, see Mandate sheet, requires EVC approvalGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 0
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Radiation Safety CommitteeMihir Pendarkharmihirpendharkar@umail.ucsb.edu ;jim.casto@ehs.ucsb.eduJim Casto, Radiation Safety Officer805-893-3588Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewOffice of Environmental Health and Safety This body: provides services to the campus community to assure safety and compliance with applicable campus policy and governmental regulations, in relation to various elements of the program; and advises the Vice Chancellor, Administrative Service, on issues related to radiation safety (e.g., budget, compliance with regulations/campus policy, etc.). http://www.ehs.ucsb.edu/radQuarterly1.5 hoursWebb Hallgraduate student member is expected to be an actual user of radioactive material (under a faculty member’s radioactive user permit); staff contact appoints repCommittee Reviews Nominees0
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Student Fee Advisory Committee (SFAC)Brett Yurash; (2 allowed) byurash@chem.ucsb.edu ; Jayne.Patterson@sa.ucsb.eduJayne Patterson, Financial Analysist, Office of VC of Student Affairs805-893-8970GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: advises the Chancellor with regard to activities supported by income from Student Registration and Education fees by reviewing Registration Fee- and selected Education Fee-supported programs; recommends priorities for funding; and may also submit an analysis and evaluation of the funded programs to aid the Chancellor in the decision making process. http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/sfac/ Weekly1 hour in Fall, 2 hours in Winter/SpringSRB/OSL 2293 preferrably a 2 year commitment, selected in Spring quarter; SFAC selects 2 applicants from names forwarded by GSAGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation Paid by CommitteePaid by CommitteePaid by Committee0
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Student-Faculty Committee on Student Conduct (SFCSC) Janelle Pham ; Sasha Coles? ; Heather Macias? ; (2 allowed)janellepham@umail.ucsb.edu ; Sasha.Coles@sa.ucsb.edu ; heather.macias@gmail.comRobin.Brown@sa.ucsb.eduRobin Brown, Confidential Assistant, Office of Judicial Affairs805-893-7005Governance Office of Judicial Affairs (OJA) This body: is responsible for hearing cases arising out of acts of student misconduct. See also: http://judicialaffairs.sa.ucsb.edu/ http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/regulations/student_conduct.aspx Biweekly: Friday1-3 hours, dependingStudent Resource Bldgmaintain confidentialityGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 1
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Academic Senate College of Letters and Sciences Faculty Executive Committee (L&S Fac Exec) bgilkes@ltsc.ucsb.edu ; khoury@arthistory.ucsb.edu ; ssdean@ltsc.ucsb.edu ; Barbara Gilkes, Asst Dean in the Dean of the College of Letters and Sciences and Advisor to the FEC ; Nuha Khoury, Art History professor, Chair of L&S Faculty Executive CommitteeGovernanceCollege of Letters and Sciences This College of Letters and Sciences body: coordinates the academic affairs of the College and oversees the welfare of its students ; takes positions on curricular issues and policy matters affecting the faculty and students of the College and has authority over new courses, course revisions, and minor changes to degree programs (majors and minors) ; makes recommendations to the Undergraduate Council on significant changes to degree programs and the creation of new academic programs.http://www.ltsc.ucsb.edu/faculty-staff/executive-committeeMonthly: 2 - 3 times a month2 hoursThis committee has a non-voting UCSB GSA Rep who may sit in and participate in meetings but does not have a vote. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 1
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Associated Students Food Bank CommitteeNicolás Pascalmrnicopascal@gmail.comcruzlupe06@yahoo.comGuadalupe Cruz, ASGovernance Associated Students This AS body: aims to eradicate hunger from our campus community by providing basic food supplies, toiletries, and information about additional resources to students in need. http://foodbank.as.ucsb.edu/GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 1
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Advisory Committee on Campus Access (ACCA, or Campus Access Board) Brie Adamsaubrieadams@umail.ucsb.edu
Lisa.Tucker@VCAdmin.ucsb.edu ; marc.fisher@vcadmin.ucsb.edu;
Lisa Tucker or Marc Fisher, Campus ADA Compliance Office805-893-3132AdvisoryOffice of Administrative Services This body: reviews and advises the administration on all matters related to access by persons with disabilities to campus programs, services and activities; reviews and approves annual recommendations for cell site funded projects; see also http://www.vcadmin.ucsb.edu/ada/advisory-committee-campus-accesshttp://www.vcadmin.ucsb.edu/ada/advisory-committee-campus-accessQuarterly1-2 hoursCheadle Hall 4125Will not meet if attendance and student pressure is low. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 2
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Alcohol and Other Drug Workgroup (AODW)jackie.kurta@sa.ucsb.eduJackie Kurta, Director of the UCSB Alcohol and Drug Program805-893-5013Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: addresses the issues of AOD abuse and the effects/consequences of that abuse on our community; focuses on Environmental Management Model; makes recommendations for campus policy and AOD prevention efforts in the areas of education, early intervention, environmental management, enforcement and evaluation. http://alcohol.sa.ucsb.edu/index.aspx Monthly: 3rd Thursdays ; Annual Winter Large Meeting 1.5 hours (8:30am-10am)Student Health Clinic Conference roomGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 2
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Associated Students Coastal Fund Board of Directors Courtney Thomasclthomas@umail.ucsb.educoastalfundchair@gmail.comAS Coastal Fund Board ChairGovernance Associated Students Coastal Fund Board of Directors, is in charge of allocating over $300,000 in funds each year to projects that preserve, protect, and restore the watershed and shoreline associated with UCSB. Positions are open to all degree fields, and students should expect to commit at least one academic year to the Board of Directors. This Associated Students body: reviews submitted grant proposals, evaluates them based on relevance to the Coastal Fund Mission Statement, overall quality, and impact, and allocates funding accordingly.https://coastalfund.as.ucsb.edu/Weekly1 hourMCCGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 2
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Campus Elections CommitteeSuzanne.Perkin@sa.ucsb.eduSuzanne Perkin, Student Affairs Policy Analyst & Taylor Kabeary, Office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 805-893-4364GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body is responsible for: centralizing, coordinating, and conducting all non-faculty and non-staff election processes; providing resources, experience, continuity, and expertise necessary to conduct fair and efficient elections; and making recommendations on the timing, guidelines, policies, and practices relating to campus-wide elections. No website as of 2015/09Biweekly: 1-3 times Fall, 3-7 times Winter, and 1-2 times Spring1-1.5 hoursSRB 2nd floor skyboxGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 2
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Renewable Energy Initiative & Governance BoardAndrew RileyAndrew Riley <Andrew.Riley@sa.ucsb.edu>andrew.riley@sa.ucsb.edu Andrew Riley, Sustainability Coordinator805.259.8673GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: manages the distribution and approval of all current and anticipated spending of the Student Services Renewable Energy Initiative Lock-In Fee; reviews and has full financial authority regarding the allocation of any REI lock-in funding for all energy and sustainability related project proposals made to the board; and represents the needs and interests of all students in the UCSB community while working to advance Student Affairs’ ultimate goal of achieving a Zero Net Energy division. http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/Sustainability/RenewableEnergyInitiative.aspxBiweekly1-1.5 hoursSRB 2154GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 2
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Academic Senate Committee on Courses and General Educationdebra.blake@senate.ucsb.eduDebra Blake, Senate Analyst for Undergraduate Education805-893-3192Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewAcademic SenateThis Academic Senate body: authorizes, supervises, and regulate all undergraduate courses and monitors the General Education Program, including acting on proposals for the appointment of graduate students to teach upper-division undergraduate courses.https://senate.ucsb.edu/~councils.and.committees/index.cfm?V=F996622685347CB7783D8A8DCECF71532C6AD9EA74709828835B3969A916CA41Biweekly: T1.5 hours, 11:00-12:30p1411 South HallNo voting privilege, but the committee welcomes GSA input on any relevant issues, and comments will be reflected in the minutes; advise the committee on matters within its purview that are of particular relevance to graduate students and to their rolls as teachers and mentors of undergraduates; pre-review all documents that will be discussed during each meeting; and to attend meetings regularlyGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Academic Senate Council on Faculty Issues and Awards (CFIA)kyle.richards@senate.ucsb.eduKyle Richards, Analyst for Planning Budget and Faculty Issues805-893-2986AwardsAcademic SenateThis Academic Senate body: studies and makes recommendations on any matter of interest and welfare of the campus community, and to reward excellence in research and teaching. https://senate.ucsb.edu/~councils.and.committees/?CFIAMonthly2 hoursGirvetz 1245 (Academic Senate Conference Room)Graduate students do not have voting rights but they can present opinions on behalf of the GSA and graduate students. GSA reps should review materials that the FIA is reviewing, discussing or formally commenting on, and offer opinions, views, suggestions, concerns that represent the graduate student viewpoint. GSA reps can also raise issues that are in the FIA's purview for consideration, if approved by the chair. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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AS Committee on Bicyclesscottb@as.ucsb.eduScott Bull, Environmental Programs Advisor, Associated Students805-893-5166GovernanceAssociated Students This AS body: funds UCSB campus bikeway improvement projects; increases student, staff, faculty, and administration awareness and involvement with bicycle system issues; is funded by a lock in fee that generates ~$80,000 a year, which is matched by University funds that are dedicated to maintenance. The lock in fee goes towards improvements, expansions and retrofits. http://bikes.as.ucsb.edu/Biweekly: Tuesdays at noon1 hourAS Conference RoomGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Design Review Committee (DRC)mokin@umail.ucsb.edudennis.whelan@planning.ucsb.eduDennis Whelan, Staff Support, Associate Staff ArchitectBuildingCampus Design and FacilitiesThis body: assists the campus in achieving design of the highest possible quality for UCSB, including the design of buildings, siting and arrangement of buildings and other features, circulation, landscape, and other environmental matters.http://www.facilities.ucsb.edu/departments/campus-planning-designsporadically on an as needed basisvariesvaries, depending on sitereview design plans between meetingsGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Design Review Committee Subcommittee on Landscapedennis.whelan@planning.ucsb.eduDennis Whelan, Staff Support, Associate Staff ArchitectBuildingCampus Design and Facilitieshttp://www.facilities.ucsb.edu/departments/campus-planning-designsporadically on an as needed basisvariesvaries, depending on siteGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Diving Control Board (DCB)Katie Daviseric.hessell@ehs.ucsb.eduEric Hessell, Diving Safety Officer805-893-4559Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewOffice of Environmental Health and Safety This body sets policy for diving on the UCSB Campus. See also: http://ehs.ucsb.edu/units/diving/dsp/ucsbdsp.html http://www.ehs.ucsb.edu/dive1-2 times/year2-3 hoursMarine Science Research Building conference roomactive scientific diver for UCSB; staff contact appoints repCommittee Reviews Nominees3
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Faculty Club Renovation and Guest House Addition Building CommitteeDaniel Belding, Project Manager805-451-0624BuildingCampus Design and FacilitiesThis body: provides oversight to an architectural team designing a building. Ideally it is a diverse committee that captures a cross-section of the campus population.  The role is for a committee member to represent their respective organizations and to ensure that a project meets it's programmatic goals while staying on budget and schedule.  This body typically meets from the onset of the project through what is called "schematic design," basically the design of the building.  Some committees meet more frequently than others, but a rule of thumb is about once a month for a 6 month to 1 year period. No website as of 2015/09Monthly1-2 hoursThis project will completely renovate the faculty club as well as create 30 additional guest rooms for campus visitors.  This project has completed pre-design and is initiating schematic design. As of October 2012GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Getman and Villa Awards Committee[FILL IN WINTER QUARTER]Debbie.Fleming@sa.ucsb.eduDebbie Fleming, Sr. Associate Dean of Students805-893-4094AwardsDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: recognizes university staff, faculty, and departments that have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to the general growth and development of students and quality of student life. See also: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=413847114387; and www.sa.ucsb.edu/getmanhttp://www.sa.ucsb.edu/getman/index.asp Spring Quarter2 hoursvarieson-line review of nominations for the two awards; usually have about 20-30 individuals nominated for the Getman Award and 3-6 departments nominated for the Villa AwardGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Income and Recharge Committee (IRC)todd.lee@bap.ucsb.eduTodd Lee, Chair and Assistant Chancellor, Office of Budget and Planning; Arliene Shelor, Assistant Director, Budget Office (Arliene.Shelor@bap.ucsb.edu)805-893-2169GovernanceOffice of Budget and Planning (BaP) This body: oversees the Income and Recharge process; approves the establishment of all new recharge units; approves Rate Revision and On-Cycle reviews; reviews and approves all surplus/deficit reduction plans; reviews rate proposals submitted by campus departments and makes recommendations to the EVC and/or Chancellor on approval. The "approved" rates for specific services are charged to other departments or outside users which for this purpose could be faculty, staff, students, or the general population. Examples include rates for telephone services, use of research equipment, equipment rental, etc. http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=ucsb%20income%20and%20recharge%20committee&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CBoQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fbap.ucsb.edu%2Fbudget%2FI%26R_TRAINING_MAY_074.ppt&ei=7vymTs0RzdOIAqjzrecH&usg=AFQjCNGCNbLcYnQorA5S4rMQMplTUp4bkw&cad=rjaAs Needed1-1.5 hoursChancellor's Conference room in Cheadle Hallreview material submitted by departments detailing their rate proposal (this can take between 2 and 4 hours for each meeting); interest and experience in budget development and financial analysis is a plusGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Institute for Energy Efficiency Building CommitteeChuck.Haines@bap.ucsb.edu Chuck Haines, Director of Capital Development, UCSB Office of Budget and Planning805-893-8541BuildingCampus Design and FacilitiesThis body: provides oversight to an architectural team designing a building. Ideally it is a diverse committee that captures a cross-section of the campus population. The role is for a committee member to represent their respective organizations and to ensure that a project meets it's programmatic goals while staying on budget and schedule. It typically meets from the onset of the project through what is called "schematic design," basically the design of the building. Some committees meet more frequently than others, but a rule of thumb is about once a month for a 6 month to 1 year period. http://iee.ucsb.edu/ Monthly1-2 hoursThis is a laboratory building to house the IEE.  This project is at an inception point.  The kick-off for this project will be in October 2012GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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KITP Residence Building CommitteeChuck.Haines@bap.ucsb.edu Chuck Haines, Director of Capital Development, UCSB Office of Budget and Planning805-893-8541BuildingCampus Design and FacilitiesThis body: provides oversight to an architectural team designing a building. Ideally it is a diverse committee that captures a cross-section of the campus population. The role is for a committee member to represent their respective organizations and to ensure that a project meets it's programmatic goals while staying on budget and schedule. It typically meets from the onset of the project through what is called "schematic design," basically the design of the building. Some committees meet more frequently than others, but a rule of thumb is about once a month for a 6 month to 1 year period. http://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/ Monthly1-2 hoursThis is a 40 unit apartment building for visiting scholars to the Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics.  This project has completed pre design and is on hold pending financial issues. As of October 2012GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Natural Reserve System (NRS) Advisory CommitteeAlex Markovichdeby.puro@ucsb.eduDeby Puro, NRS Business Services Officer805-893-4127AdvisoryUCSB Natural Reserve System (NRS) This body: assists the NRS Director by participating actively in setting the unit’s goals and in critically evaluating its effectiveness. It also makes recommendations concerning the management of the reserves administered by UCSB; makes recommendations to the system-wide Natural Reserve Committee on management policies and potential reserve sites. UCSB administers 7 of the 37 reserves located throughout CA. See also: http://nrs.ucop.edu/http://nrs.ucsb.edu/aboutQuarterly1.5 hoursMSI Building conference roomGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Parking Ratepayers Boardchuck.haines@bap.ucsb.eduChuck Haines, Director of Capital Development805-893-8541Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewOffice of Budget and Planning (BaP) This body: advises the Chancellor on parking finances and operations the allocation of funds raised by parking fees; provides oversight of campus parking policies; and votes on new facilities supported by ratepayer funds. http://www.tps.ucsb.edu/boardsRatepayer.aspx Monthly2 hoursChancellor's Conference Room in Cheadle Hallread over the minutes and make sure you know what the current points of discussion are for the meeting.  This committee took me a while to really understand all of the back story.  I think it took me close to 2 years to understand enough to make meaningful suggestionsGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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San Joaquin Student Housing Building CommitteeChuck.Haines@bap.ucsb.edu Chuck Haines, Director of Capital Development, UCSB Office of Budget and Planning805-893-8541BuildingCampus Design and FacilitiesThis body: provides oversight to an architectural team designing a building. Ideally it is a diverse committee that captures a cross-section of the campus population. The role is for a committee member to represent their respective organizations and to ensure that a project meets it's programmatic goals while staying on budget and schedule. It typically meets from the onset of the project through what is called "schematic design," basically the design of the building. Some committees meet more frequently than others, but a rule of thumb is about once a month for a 6 month to 1 year period. No website as of 2015/09Monthly1-2 hours We have a structure of 11 subcommittees and teams. The CSC selects priorities each year, so these functional groups can move in any year from being a sustainability change agent team, to being a CSC Subcommittee.GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Small Boat Operations CommitteeKatie Davish2obaby@umail.ucsb.edueric.hessell@ehs.ucsb.edu Eric Hessell, Diving Safety Officer805-893-4559Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewOffice of Environmental Health and Safety This body: ensures that all boating is conducted in a safe and effective manner and to set forth standards for training. http://www.ehs.ucsb.edu/diveAnnually2-3 hoursMarine Science Research Building conference roomactive boat operator for UCSB; staff contact appoints repCommittee Reviews Nominees3
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Student Health Advisory Ad Hoc Committee (SHAC)[CONTACT CHAIR IN SUMMER QUARTER TO SEE IF IT CONVENES]Richard Artoul, UCSB Patient Advocate805-893-3191Ad HocDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: makes recommendations to UCSB Student Health and the management team. http://studenthealth.sa.ucsb.edu/home/shacQuarterly2 hoursStudent Health Clinic Conference roomGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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Transportation Alternatives Board (TAB)Alex Markovicharmarkovich@gmail.comJames.Wagner@tps.ucsb.eduJamey Wagner, Transportation Alternatives Program805-893-5475Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewOffice of Transportation and Parking Services This body: advises the Chancellor on alternative transportation issues; devises programs to enhance cost-effective and convenient transportation to and around campus; proposes ways to fund such programs; and counsels on the allocation of funds. See also: http://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/detail/?V=F996622685347CB73AB3FD86F9A4625625F556C81D14F5A12275F6FD45D9ED19 http://www.tps.ucsb.edu/programs-services/welcome-tapMonthly2 hoursChancellors's Conf Rm 5123 Cheadle HallGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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UCSB GSA Elections Committee[GSA Officer who is not running +3] [FILL IN WINTER QUARTER]Governance UCSB GSA Weekly in March and April1-2 hoursGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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UCSB Campus Rules and Regulations Revision Committee; (2 allowed) Suzanne.Perkin@sa.ucsb.eduSuzanne Perkin, Student Affairs Policy Analyst805-893-4364Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: reports to Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs and is charged with: reviewing the Campus Regulations which govern campus organizations, campus activities, use of university facilities, student government, student elections, and student and student organization conduct and discipline. It convenes for a school year every 3-5 years, with recommendations to be submitted by Spring Quarter. www.sa.ucsb.edu/regulations/Biquarterly1-1.5 hoursSRB 2293Convened in the 2015-16 UC academic year; major focuses were extending UCSB jurisdiction into Isla Vista, esp. around property ownership and prosecuting students through OJA on-campus as violations of conduct, IF students perpetrated some misdemeanors (versus felonies or violent misdemeanors) off-campus. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Advisory Council on Campus Climate Survey Implementation Committee (CCSIC) Subcommittee on LGBTQ Issues Sherri Lynn Conklin ; Heather Macias (2 allowed) conklin.sherri@gmail.com ; heather.macias@gmail.com ; maria.sobek@ucsb.eduMaria Herrera-Sobek, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Academic Policy(805) 893-5114 AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellorhttps://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/CCSIC/GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Academic Senate Committee on Diversity and EquitySherri Lynn ConklinConklin.Sherri@gmail.com ; choward@music.ucsb.edu Connie Howard, Analyst for Research and Instructional Resources, Academic Senate805-893-3173Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewAcademic SenateThis Academic Senate body: works towards attaining the campus goals of diversity and equity and actively pursuing the goals of affirmative action. https://senate.ucsb.edu/~councils.and.committees/?DEWeekly: M1.5 hoursGirvetz 1245Graduate students do not have voting rights but they can present opinions on behalf of the GSA and graduate students. GSA reps should review materials that the CDE is reviewing, discussing or formally commenting on, and offer opinions, views, suggestions, concerns that represent the graduate student viewpoint. GSA reps can also raise issues that are in the CDE's purview for consideration, if approved by the chair. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Campus Childcare Advisory Committee (CCAC)Lisa August-Schmidt ; Patrick Callery (2 allowed) August@lifesci.ucsb.edu ; pjcallery@umail.ucsb.edu ; Kim.Equinoa@sa.ucsb.edu ; Feinstei@lifesci.ucsb.edu ; Kim Equinoa, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs ; Stuart Feinstein, Professor of MCDB ; 805-893-2659AdvisoryDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: reviews and advises on UCSB child care issues on campus and in Isla Vista (as applicable). See also: http://hr.ucsb.edu/worklife/child_care_campus.php, http://childcare.sa.ucsb.edu/childrensday/.http://childrenscenter.sa.ucsb.edu/ Monthly: December-June1 hour, usually 12-1pmvariesbring to the attention of the committee an awareness of child care needs that may be specific to graduate student families as they ariseGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (CACSW)Sasha Coles ; Lisa August-Schmidt (2 allowed)Sasha.Coles@sa.ucsb.edu ; august@lifesci.ucsb.edu Patricia.Esparza@ucsb.eduPatricia Esparza, Executive Assistant805-893-3958AdvisoryOffice of the ChancellorThis body: advises and consults with the Chancellor about concerns and issues regarding the status of women at UCSB. The committee engages in the review of drafts of campus and systemwide policies pertaining to campus women. https://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/CACSW/Monthly1.5 hours, 12-1:30pmEducation Bldg.see CACSW handoutCommittee Reviews Nominees
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Chancellor's Advisory Council on Campus Climate Survey Implementation Committee (CCSIC)Sherri Lynn Conklin; Cierra Raine-Sorin; (2 allowed) conklin.sherri@gmail.com ; CierraRaineDrops@gmail.com ; Maria.Sobek@ucsb.eduMaria Herrera-Sobek, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Academic Policy(805) 893-5114 AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellorhttps://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/CCSIC/GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Advisory Council on Campus Climate Survey Implementation Committee (CCSIC) Subcommittee on Marginalized Students Margaret McMurtrey ; Cierra Raine-Sorin ; (2 allowed)sbmargaret@gmail.com ; CierraRaineDrops@gmail.com ; Maria.Sobek@ucsb.eduMaria Herrera-Sobek, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Academic Policy(805) 893-5114 AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellorhttps://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/CCSIC/GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Advisory Council on Campus Climate Survey Implementation Committee (CCSIC) Subcommittee on Sexual Violence Sasha Coles ; Sherri Lynn Conklin (2 allowed) Sasha.Coles@sa.ucsb.edu ; conklin.sherri@gmail.comMaria.Sobek@ucsb.eduMaria Herrera-Sobek, Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity, Equity, and Academic Policy(805) 893-5114 AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellorhttps://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/CCSIC/GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Multicultural Center BoardMargaret McMurtrey ; Cierra Raine-Sorin ; sbmargaret@gmail.com ; CierraRaineDrops@gmail.com ; Khan-Marcus-Z@sa.ucsb.eduZaveeni Khan-Marcus, Director805-893-8263GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: discusses how the MCC is used, votes on student groups and whether to admit groups as a student user group to the MCC; discusses future directions; receives updates on all the activities that occur at the MCC or that are hosted by the MCC. The MCC's mission: resist and confront persistent forms of group oppression by providing a safe space on campus and sponsoring cultural events. http://mcc.sa.ucsb.edu/about/boardQuarterly1-1.5 hoursMCCread any new student user group requests between meetingsGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Academic Program Review Panel (APRP)FINALISTS: Janelle Pham ; John Kaminskjanellepham@umail.ucsb.edu ; John_Kaminsky@umail.ucsb.edu ; MrTimothyIrvine@gmail.comKathy.Davis@bap.ucsb.eduKathy Davis, Program Review Assistant805-893-3389Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewOffice of Budget and Planning (BaP) This body: supports UCSB’s academic excellence through comprehensive and periodic evaluations of academic departments, programs, and interdisciplinary groups. May not have rep who is on body that advises PRP: Council on Planning and Budget, the Graduate Council, the Undergraduate Council, or the college Executive Committee. https://programreview.ucsb.edu/program.review.panel/Weekly: W 1-3pm2 hoursCheadle Hall 5123GSA nominates 3 people and Panel chooses one; For most meetings there is some reading that should be done beforehandCommittee Reviews Nominees
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Academic Senate Committee on International Education Amanda Pinheiroamanda05@umail.ucsb.edu ; kyle.richards@senate.ucsb.eduKyle Richards, Analyst for Planning Budget and Faculty Issues805-893-2986Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewAcademic SenateThis Academic Senate body: provides advice and consent on all matters of international education and exchange, including practices that impact exchange students and scholars. http://senate.ucsb.edu/bylaws.and.regulations/division/Part_I/Chapter_III/Section_3/100.cfmMonthlyabout 2 hours, usually on FridaysSouth Hallhttp://senate.ucsb.edu/councils.and.committees/detail/?V=F996622685347CB7D3F9737797FF0593BEE0B53A8DD6679BGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Arts & Lectures Student Advisory CommitteeBecky Robinson; Cecilia Wu (2 allowed)beckyrobinson@umail.ucsb.edu ; cecilia@mat.ucsb.eduheather.silva@sa.ucsb.edu Heather Silva, A&L Programming Manager805.893.3676AdvisoryDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: provides oversight and guidance on usage of UCSB student fees; assists the organization in better engaging and serving the student population. https://artsandlectures.sa.ucsb.edu/AboutUs/Contact.aspxQuarterly1.5 hoursA&L Officesplus email conversations about special A&L outreach needs and election-related eventsGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Advisory Search Committee for Dean of Gevirtz Graduate School of EducationJing YuJing02@umail.ucsb.edu ; diane.obrien@ucsb.eduDiane O'Brien, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor805-893-8182 Search UCSB Office of the ChancellorGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Advisory Search Committee for Dean of Social Science Yanira Rivas Pinedayaniragrivas@gmail.com ; diane.obrien@ucsb.eduDiane O'Brien, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor805-893-8182 Search UCSB Office of the ChancellorCommittee Reviews Nominees
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Chancellor's Advisory Search Committee for Dean of the College of Creative StudiesDevyn Orrdevynorr@gmail.com ;diane.obrien@ucsb.eduDiane O'Brien, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor805-893-8182 Search UCSB Office of the ChancellorCommittee Reviews Nominees
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Chancellor's Advisory Search Committee for Vice Chancellor of ResearchJuan Llamas-Rodriguezjal@umail.ucsb.edu ; diane.obrien@ucsb.eduDiane O'Brien, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor805-893-8182 Search UCSB Office of the ChancellorCommittee Reviews Nominees
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Chancellor's Campus Sustainability Committee (CCSC) Nicolás Pascalmrnicopascal@gmail.comlovegreen@geog.ucsb.edu Mo Lovegreen, Executive Officer, Director of Campus Sustainability(805) 880-2585AdvisoryOffice of the ChancellorThis body: advises the Chancellor and campus administrators on matters of campus sustainability; makes recommendations on sustainability initiatives; helps prioritize and monitor the execution and progress of the campus sustainability plan toward campus goals; makes recommendations on allocations of available funding resources; and provides guidance in the creation and fostering of alliances to improve sustainability. http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/about-us/ccsc/ Monthly1.5 hoursCheadle Hallinterest in sustainability, 2-3 year commitment, email consultations and document reviewGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Campus Sustainability Committee (CCSC) Subcommittee on Coordination of Systemwide Initiatives
VACANT - (Was Maximilian Stiefel) (Contact Lillian Mirviss)
lovegreen@geog.ucsb.edu Mo Lovegreen, Executive Officer, Director of Campus Sustainability(805) 880-2585AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellor3-6 hours per monthGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Campus Sustainability Committee (CCSC) Subcommittee on Water
VACANT - (Was Maximilian Stiefel) (Contact Lillian Mirviss)
lovegreen@geog.ucsb.edu Mo Lovegreen, Executive Officer, Director of Campus Sustainability(805) 880-2585AdvisoryOffice of the Chancellorhttp://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/sustaining-the-campus/water/ 3-6 hours per monthEach subcommittee meets at varying intervals depending on what issues they are working on. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Chancellor's Intercollegiate Athletics Policy Board (IAPB)Janelle Phamjanellepham@umail.ucsb.edu ; patricia.esparza@ucsb.eduPatricia Esparza, Executive Assistant805-893-3958AdvisoryOffice of the ChancellorThis body: advises the Chancellor on all matters related to policies and procedures (excluding eligibility) in intercollegiate athletic programs. https://chancellor.ucsb.edu/committees/IAPB/Quarterly1.5 hoursChancellor's Conference Room in Cheadle Hall, or in Intercollegiate Athletics BldgGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Collaborate Advisory Committee (L&S Instructional Technology Initiative)Audrey Abeytaaudrey.abeyta@gmail.com ;moses@lsit.ucsb.edu Alan Moses, Assistant Dean for Academic Technology805-893-5343AdvisoryCollege of Letters and Sciences This body: advises the L&S Council of Deans on implementation of the L&S Instructional Technology Enhancement Initiative, including the prioritization of instructional technology services and appropriate uses of the designated course materials fee. Meeting discussions tend to center on prioritization of our instructional technology efforts. www.collaborate.ucsb.eduQuarterly2 hoursCheadle HallOur hope for a GSA member would be for someone to represent the unique perspective of graduate students in the realm of instruction, operating in both student and instructor roles. We also would appreciate someone who could help point us at opportunities for outreach to the graduate student community to increase the awareness of available servicesGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Events Center Governance BoardEmma Levineellevine88@gmail.com ; gary@ucen.ucsb.eduGary Lawrence, INTERIM Conference & Administrative Services Manager805-893-3961GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: oversees the Events Center (Thunderdome) needs pertaining to maintenance, renovations, and other major projects. http://eventscenter.ucsb.edu/index.phpMonthly1 hourThunderdome Conference RoomGSA Rep has vote; this committee mostly discusses atheletics needs.GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation Paid by CommitteePaid by CommitteePaid by Committee
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Financial Aid Advisory CommitteePadmavathy Anantha Padmanabhanpadmavathy@umail.ucsb.edu ; mike.miller@sa.ucsb.edu Mike Miller, Director, Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships & Maya Reynolds, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs805-893-2437AdvisoryDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: determines financial aid award policies and methodology; it mostly impacts undergraduate students. This committee is intended to be as simple and efficient as possible. The group meets on an annual basis to discuss financial aid awarding for the upcoming year. Since graduate students only receive student loans and work-study (when eligible) through the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, the primary discussion revolves around undergraduate awards. The Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships gives a detailed overview of the financial aid landscape and then make a recommendation to the committee on how to proceed. http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/guidetoservices/FinancialAid.aspx Annually: Winter2-3 hoursOffice of Financial Aid conference roomemail follow-upsGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Recreation Center Governance BoardBrett Yurash ; byurash@chem.ucsb.edu ; emily.boone@essr.ucsb.eduEmily Boon, Administrative Assistant, Dept of Recreation & Taylor Kabeary, Office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 805-893-2181GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: sets facility policies and approves special request use; governs the Rec Cen's purpose and image, facilities, services, programs, activities, scheduling, accessibility, and establishing user fees; reviews with full authority the operation and development of the Center with respect to any matters involving policy; and has authority for approval of the annual Rec Cen budget. http://www.recreation.ucsb.edu/recreationcenter/default.aspx Monthly1 hourConference Room, RC2128It is ideal for members to serve for more than one yearGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Smoke-Free Campus Steering CommitteeDusty Hoeslyhoesly@umail.ucsb.edu ; Michael.Takahara@sa.ucsb.edu Michael Takahara, Health and Wellness Educator805-893-8297GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: implements on campus the UC-wide smoke- and tobacco-free policy that took effect January 1, 2014. http://tobaccofree.ucsb.edu/contact/Quarterly1 hourCheadle Hall 4125GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Student Resources Building (SRB) Governance BoardHeather MaciasHeather.Macias@gmail.comNellie.Guerrero@sa.ucsb.eduNellie Guerrero, Office Manager, Education Opportunity Program & Administrative Assistant, Student Resources Building ; Taylor Kabeary, Office of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs ; Maritza Mejia-Wilson, Assistant Director, Orientation Programs805-893-3566 ; 805-893-2906GovernanceDivision of Student Affairs (SA) This body: represents the needs and interests of all students in the UCSB community regarding the SRB. Monthly: First Fridays1 hourSRB 2154GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Student-Initiated Outreach Program (SIOP) Application Review Committee Margaret McMurtreysbmargaret@gmail.com ; wendy.cordova@sa.ucsb.eduWendy Cordova, Assistant Director of Office of Student Life805-893-8897Governance Division of Student Affairs (SA) This body: allocates funds to facilitate outreach projects by registered UCSB student organizations. http://www.sa.ucsb.edu/siop/ Irregular: Fall, 1 meeting; Winter. 6 meetings in January2-3 hoursSRBcheck online to review student organization applicationsGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF)Emily Ellisemilyellis13@gmail.com ; jewel.snavely@vcadmin.ucsb.eduJewel Snavely, Campus Sustainability Coordinator/TGIF Manager805-893-8367Governance Office of the Chancellor This body: provides funding for projects that "green" the UCSB campus and that reduce the University’s impact on the environment. http://www.sustainability.ucsb.edu/tgif/ Irregular: Fall, 2 times; Winter, 8-10 Weekly; Spring, Bi-weekly first half of quarter, then weekly. Frequency mostly depends on the number of grant applications1 hourEllison Hall 1835GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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University Center (UCen) Governance BoardEmma Levine (chair); Jenna Schaal-O'Connor; Zachary Rentz; (3 allowed)ellevine88@gmail.com ; jennasoc@gmail.com ; jcaravello@umail.ucsb.edu ; Loan.Piela@ucen.ucsb.eduLoan Piela, UCSB BFS AccountingGovernance Division of Student Affairs (SA) This body: sets policy for the UCen; reviews and has full authority over the operations and development of the Center with respect to any matters involving policy, including short and long term planning for the financial viability of the Ucen. See also: http://www.ucen.ucsb.edu/administration/departments.html http://www.ucen.ucsb.edu/about-the-ucen/governance-board-0Monthly1 hourUCen downstairs conference roomsThree allowed, a chair and 2 members. Oftentimes the UCSBGSAVP Internal will chair the committee, given duty overlap, but this is not necessary. GSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation Paid by CommitteePaid by CommitteePaid by Committee
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University Center (UCen) Health and Safety CommitteeEmma Levineellevine88@gmail.com ; Gary.Lawrence@ucen.ucsb.eduGary Lawrence, Director, University Center and Events Center Administration805-893-3781Governance Division of Student Affairs (SA) This body: provides coordination so that all employees and tenants recognize their own and others' health and safety responsibilities, and to assist in building local programs to meet those responsibilities. http://www.ucen.ucsb.edu/about-the-ucen/governance-board-0Quarterly1-1.5 hoursUCen admin officeGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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Search Committee: Dean of Undergraduate Education in the College of Letters and Science and Associate Vice Chancellor of Undergraduate EducationSearch
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Letters and Science Faculty Executive Committeekhoury@arthistory.ucsb.eduNuha Khoury, Chair - Letters and Science Faculty Executive CommitteeCollege of Letters and SciencesThe L&S Faculty Executive Committee typically meets five times a quarter, on Thursdays, 2-4 pm. We would appreciate if you could appoint a representative who has interest in our committee and who would be available during that timeslot.
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Student Email Governance CommitteeCommittee closed as of 10/2016Joe.Sabado@sa.ucsb.eduJoe Sabado, Acting Executive Director Student Information Systems & Technology805-893-3256Oversight, Policy/Program ReviewUCSB Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) This body: formulates the strategy that will drive both the technology requirements and the operational policies of electronic communications services. In the short term this group focuses on the UMail replacement/outsourcing project, with an ongoing goal of guiding student communication services. See also: https://it.ucsb.edu/groups/seghttps://it.ucsb.edu/groups/segMonthly1.5 hoursAdministrative Services BuildingGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation 3
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CARECierra Sorincsorin@umail.ucsb.eduDebbie.Fleming@sa.ucsb.eduDebbie Flemming
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Entertainment CommitteeAnita Stahlanita@umail.ucsb.edugsavpcomplan.UCSB@gmail.comMatt Giles, VPCE8082697045EntertainmentGSAThis committee invites graduate students to serve as volunteers for social events managed by the GSAad hocas necessaryper diemGSA Exec. Comm. Confirmation
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