Wednesday, Feb 28 from 10AM - 3PM, there will be an interactive Hunger
Simulation Maze in the Union Concourse. Students will be given a months
salary of a working family living in poverty, and they will go from station
to station paying bills. Along the way they will learn the issues faced
by these families and have to make tough choices about what not to spend
money on. At the end they will be served a bowl of hot chili. No need
to register, just show up.
SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE INFORMATION
The SAC Schedule for the rest of the spring semester is below. All small
grant requests should be submitted to the CSI office by 4:00 P.M. on the
previous Thursday before the small grants meeting to the held on Tuesday.
Small Grants meetings:
Feb. 27th: 8:30 P.M.
March 13th: 8:30 P.M.
March 27th: 8:30 P.M.
April 10th: 8:30 P.M.
April 24th: 8:30 P.M.
Large Grant Hearings: April 27th, 28th, and 29th.
*All large grant requests shall be submitted to the Center for Student Involvement by Thursday, April 13 at 3:00 P.M. SAC will NOT CONSIDER requests
submitted after this deadline. Requests that do not have a representative
present during the large grant meeting will not be considered. I will
release an agenda by e-mailing RSOs of their placement on the agenda at
least five days before the start of the large grant meeting. NO exceptions
will be made to any of the aforementioned guidelines!!!
*It is important to get started early preparing for the large grant meeting
and to not complete the paperwork at the last minute. Those RSO's who
are most prepared tend to have the most success in terms or receiving
For assistance my office hours are as follows (or by appointment: email@example.com):
Tue: 10:00 P.M.-Midnight
Wed: Noon-4:00 P.M.
Thurs: 11:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.
REMINDER - 60-DAY REIMBURSEMENT DEADLINE
Please be aware the UWM travel policy has been updated to state that in
order to be reimbursed, all Travel Expense Reports must be submitted to
the UWM Travel Office within 60 days of the travelers' return, and all
claims for reimbursement of non-travel related expenses must be received
no later than 60 days after the expense was incurred. The Travel Office
will began enforcement of this policy in January 2007. You can read the
detailed policy in Part IV of the Administrative Services Manual Section
STUDENT ORGANIZATION POST ADVERTISING
The UWM Post (the largest student newspaper on campus), in partnership
with the Center for Student Involvement and the Student Association, once again
have advertising space reserved for you every week! If you have information
you need to publicize to the UWM community, then take advantage of this
free and effective service. Simply e-mail your info to: firstname.lastname@example.org!
Submission deadline is every Thursday by 5:00 PM. To view the publication
schedule, visit www.uwmpost.com and click on "Media Kit." If
you have any questions, contact Jonathan Anderson, UWM Post Advertising
Manager at 229-5969 or email@example.com. *Submissions are subject
to approval. The UWM Post and partners in this service reserve the right
to deny submissions.*
EVENT ADVISING HELP
Rebecca Grassl from Union Programming is assisting the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) Office by providing event advising. She will be available
for six hours per week in Union 320. Rebecca can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or (414) 229-3728.
MASCOT FOCUS GROUPS
The University is working on the development of a Victor E. Panther character
to add to our current marks. This will primarily be used for merchandise.
I have the first set of art to be evaluated, so I am looking to do some
student focus groups for input and ideas. I am looking for volunteers
to take part in the focus groups. Here are the requirements.
1) Participants must be UWM students.
2) Participants must be willing to spend about 1 hour of quality time
with me and some fellow students. I will set up times after I find out
what times are good for the willing participants.
3) Participants must be willing to give honest and open responses to
the suggested Graphics.
If you have any students that you work with either as employees or clients
who are willing to participate please contact me. I would like some dates
and times that they would be available the weeks of February 26 and March
5 for scheduling purposes.
Thanks for your help.
Linda A. Hausladen, CCR, Licensing Manager, email@example.com
STUDENT ACTIVITIES COMPUTER OPERATIONS
New Website: I would like to welcome everyone back for this new semester.
As you may have noticed, we launched the new student activities website
(activities.uwm.edu), and we are still working to improve the site to
make it more user-friendly. Within the new site, we have reserved a space
for your student organization announcements and events. You can take advantage
of it to promote your events. To do so, send your requests to either firstname.lastname@example.org
Storage: We have increased the storage space to solve all the network
storage issues and offer student organizations a network space to store
their files, pictures and folders which are backed up regularly. We strongly
advise student organizations to use the network drive for their storage
space. Student organizations need to drop off lists of their members who
have access privilege to their computers and their folders. It should
include their first and last names and their panther logins.
Printer: The printer is for student organization business use only. In
the past, it has been overused for personal work and homework. If your
organization needs to print flyers, please use the photocopier. Each student
organization will have a limited number of pages to print each week.
New Computer: If your student organization needs a new computer, fill
out the technology request form at the CSI office. Remember, you must
attend the SAC MEETING to get approve.
Our Office is committed to your technology needs and welcomes you to
stop by. Please call if you have any suggestion, concerns or questions.
Yacouba Traore, email@example.com
OPEN HOUSE FOOD PANTRY VOLUNTEERING
Beginning Thurs, March 1, and continuing every Thursday until the end
of the semester, 4 members of the UWM community will volunteer to staff
the food pantry at the Hope House from 12:30 - 2:30. Each week we will
take 4 different volunteers to the site to stock shelves, hand out food,
or make boxes of food for clients. To register, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
which Thursday you would like to participate and we will put you on the
schedule. Transportation will be arranged.
VOLUNTEER WITH HABITAT FOR HUMANITY THIS MONDAY, MARCH 5TH On Monday,
March 5 we will be sending 10 volunteers to paint the inside of a Habitat
for Humanity home. We will send volunteers in 2 shifts, from 9:00AM to
noon and a second shift from noon-3:00PM. While we will not be providing
transportation, we will arrange carpools and offer the morning shift coffee
and donuts at 8:15AM in the CVSL office, which will serve as the meeting
place. To sign up let us know your -- NAME, CELLPHONE, WHICH SHIFT. If
you have any questions feel free to contact Laurie at email@example.com.
CELTIC MUSIC CLUB AT UWM PRESENTS: Matt and Shannon Heaton in Concert.
Traditional and modern Irish music from Boston, combining sweet and sparkling
singing; upbeat instrumentals on Irish flute, guitar and bouzouki; and
an engaging stage show. Tuesday, March 13th, 2007 in UWM Union Wisconsin
Room 7:00pm-9:00pm. Open and free to all! http://www.uwm.edu/StudentOrg/celticmusicclub/concert_2007.html
ANNUAL HUNGER CLEAN UP
Finally, the Hunger Clean Up will be held this year on April 14 from 9:00AM
to 1:30PM. On this day 500 UWM students, faculty, and staff will volunteer
for 4 hours either doing a neighborhood clean up, painting rooms at a
homeless shelter, planting at an urban garden community food source, or
some other volunteer activity. To register, simply send your name, phone,
and department to firstname.lastname@example.org.