The Committee has met and planned some wonderful events for 2014-2015. Here’s a sneak peak: In September we will host a dining hall event, October brings us Harvest Tastings at the Alumni House, December is time for the Annual Craft Sale with a raffle for travel, January is our Winter Thaw luncheon, February brings Grammar & Goodies, looking forward to Wine Tastings & Raffle baskets in March in support of the COSAC scholarship, Appreciation Luncheon in April, and gardening in June.
We would like to give a brief survey on your training needs. What do you want training on? Please take the survey here.
We look forward to seeing you at some of these events!
Sandy Mullin, President
Nicole Daniels and Richard Swift
Sandy Mullin, President, School of Education & Human Services, x2510
Laurie Downey, Vice-President, Education and Human Development, x6116
Lisa Noreck, Secretary, Computer Science, x2146
Mary Derleth, Business-Economics, x2985
Cherise Oakley, Marketing Communications, x2754
Dawn Schmidt, Development Office, x5227
Gail Tipton, Graduate School, x5816
Pam Turner, School of Health and Human Performance, x2350
Susan Vasquez, English, x2503
Please e-mail COSAC with suggestions and comments!
COSAC was established in the 1984 by President Emeritus John E. Van de Wetering in order to provide a response to the unique concerns of office support staff. COSAC’s primary responsibilities are to provide suggestions for communication and morale improvement, make suggestions for in-service training, and coordinate functions and social gatherings to bridge communication gaps among various areas on campus. Members of the committee are representatives of the office support staff across campus…we try to have at least one person from each vice presidential division, including BASC and the EOC, serving on the committee. COSAC is well known and respected as a valuable campus organization. Members serve on various campus committees and provide input for campus activities, publications, etc. If you have any questions about COSAC or if you’re interested in serving on the Committee, feel free to contact any member of the Committee.