Welcome from the 2014-15 P&A Senate Chair - Katherine Dowd
Welcome to the Academic Professionals & Administrators Senate (P&A Senate) Web site! We're excited to have you visit and learn more about the P&A Senate and the resources that we provide.
This year will find us learning more about and participating in the execution of the strategic plan, carefully watching the local, state, and national elections in November, and working closely with our governance colleagues and University administration in anticipation of the submission of the University's 2014-15 biennial budget request. We will partner with the Civil Service Senate to assist the Office of Human Resources in its ongoing review of employee job classifications and career progressions.
We encourage you get involved in this exciting work. Stay in touch with your Senator, come to our meetings, or join a committee. There are many ways to help us and we need to hear from you when you have a question, concern, great idea, or desire for change.
P&A Senators are here to serve and we look forward to working with you. Please contact me or any P&A Senator and let us know how we can help you make this University great!
2014-15 P&A Brown Bag Lunch Series
March Brown Bag
When: Tuesday, March 24, 12:00-1:00 pm
Where: 173 Kirby Plaza, Duluth Campus
Topic: Discuss the basics of geographic information systems (GIS) and spatial resources at UMN. Demonstrate where and how geospatial data is being used in facilities and operations, student life, alumni relations, and other UMN campus activity. There will be a review of the available resources (data, tools, and expertise) and access to them at UMN. No background in GIS is necessary! Come to learn how maps and geographic data affect our everyday work lives.
Presenter: Stacey Stark
Director, Geospatial Analysis Center
December Brown Bag
Topic: Developing Your Personal Brand for Career Advancement
- Brand “You.” The Good, Bad and Ugly of Personal Branding in Today’s Digital World
Presenter: Robin Smothers, Public Relations Consultant
October Brown Bag
Topic: Negotiation Strategies: Principles of interest-based negotiations - Build personal confidence and powerful, practical negotiation skills to help you formulate winning strategies and build competitive advantage for your organization, and your personal negotiation events.
Presenter: Alan Benson, PhD.,
Assistant Professor, Carlson School of Management Center for Human Resources &
Narrated Video used at New Employee Orientation