Governing Body for Staff at the University of Kansas

 

Executive Committee

The Senate Executive Committee shall consist of ten members: the Senate President, President-Elect, Senate Secretary, Senate Treasurer, the Technology Officer and chairs of the standing committees. Each member of the Committee shall have only one vote.


                                              

Representatives of Human Resources and the Faculty and Student Senates shall be ex-officio, non-voting members.

Officers and Chairs

The President of the Staff Senate presides over Senate meetings and acts as the official representative of the Senate. The person elected to the President-Elect position serves one year in that position, one year as President, and one year as Past President.

Staff Senate President, Financial Analyst Intermediate, Budget Mgmt/Fiscal Services
(785) 864-3298
Staff Senate President-Elect, Education Program Coordinator, Graduate Studies
(785) 864-3176
Chair: Professional Development, IT Senior Programmer
785-864-5744
Co-Chair: Public Relations, Administrative Assistant, Acad Achieve & Access Ctr-AAAC
(785) 864-2809
Technology Officer, IT Technology Manager
785-864-0428
Co-Chair: Personnel Affairs, Kansas Geological Survey
785-864-2152
Chair:Legislative Affairs, Engineering, Technology & Environment SSC Director
(785) 864-7688
Co-Chair: Public Relations, Academic Coordinator, Ctr for Online & Distance Lrn
(785) 864-8302
Co-Chair: Personnel Affairs, Higuchi Biosciences Center
785-864-3413
CO-Chair: Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Director, Campus Operations
785-864-5804
Staff Senate Secretary, Graduate Studies, Education Program Coordinator
(785) 864-4239
Treasurer, Eaton Hall SSC
785-864-1586
Chair: Election Committee , Locksmith Senior, Public Safety
785 864-1252
Co-Chair Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Education Program Coordinator, Achievement & Assessment Inst
 

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