Guidelines

President

How Elected

Officers, all of whom shall be UAAD members as defined in Article III of UAAD's Bylaws, are elected according to the nominating/balloting process outlined in Article V of the Bylaws. Election to office is determined by a plurality vote of the members who return ballots by the stipulated date.

Responsibilities
  • Preside at all Executive Board and General Membership meetings.
  • Appoint chairs for UAAD's Standing and Special Committees, liaisons to University Committees, and individuals to serve as Members at Large and as Historian.
  • Represent UAAD at Chancellor's Cabinet and Deans and Directors meetings.
  • Serve as UAAD's representative on campus committees providing input on issues affecting the membership; e.g., Employee Advisory Committee, Chancellor's Salary Recommendation Committee.
  • Upon request, appoint individuals to special committees; e.g., Search Committee for EAP Director.
  • Attend initial meeting of each of the UAAD Standing Committees (Employee Liaison, Membership, Professional Development, Program and Publicity)
  • Send Guidelines for UAAD Officers and Committees and a letter highlighting position responsibilities to each officer, committee chair and vice chair, and Nebraska University/University of Nebraska–Lincoln committee representatives.

Vice President/President-Elect

How Elected

Officers, all of whom shall be UAAD members as defined in Article III of UAAD's Bylaws, are elected according to the nominating/balloting process outlined in Article V of the Bylaws. Election to office is determined by a plurality vote of the members who return ballots by the stipulated date.

Responsibilities
  • Understudy the President in conducting meetings and official business.
  • Assume the duties of the President when the President is absent.
  • When requested, work with university administration to provide input to the Legislature concerning budget requests.
  • Serve as liaison to the Academic Senate
  • Represent UAAD at campus meetings when President is unavailable (e.g., Chancellor's Cabinet and Deans and Directors meetings)
  • Work with Awards Committee Chair to coordinate awards process.

Secretary

How Elected

Officers, all of whom shall be UAAD members as defined in Article III of UAAD's Bylaws, are elected according to the nominating/balloting process outlined in Article V of the Bylaws. Election to office is determined by a plurality vote of the members who return ballots by the stipulated date.

Responsibilities
  • Records and distributes minutes of the Executive Board meetings to Board Members.
  • Records (and distributes to Board members) minutes of the General Membership meetings which are "distributed" to general membership via publication in the Update.
  • Keep on file a current record of the membership roster which is provided by the Membership Committee.

Treasurer

How Elected

Officers, all of whom shall be UAAD members as defined in Article III of UAAD's Bylaws, are elected according to the nominating/balloting process outlined in Article V of the Bylaws. Election to office is determined by a plurality vote of the members who return ballots by the stipulated date.

Responsibilities
  • Maintain financial records; receive and disperse funds.
  • Prepare monthly Treasurer's Report for Executive Board review.
  • Corresponds with Membership Chair regarding dues payment, so the membership roster can be updated in a timely manner.
  • Coordinate an annual financial review by soliciting a third party to review UAAD financial accounts and records.
  • Answer questions the auditor may have regarding the review of UAAD's financial records.
  • Attend monthly board meetings. 
  • Maintain financial records and recommendations on the UAAD shared drive.

Employee Liaison Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Employee Liaison Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Employee Liaison Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster which is maintained by the Membership Committee. The Chair of the Employee Liaison Committee should consult with the President early in the year regarding selection of a Vice-Chair who will understudy the Chair and attend Executive Board Meetings when the Chair is unavailable.

The Committee is composed of a minimum of seven members comprised from the UAAD representative of the various committees:

Responsibilities
  • Contact the UAAD representatives of University committees to get updates on committee activities and report activities to UAAD Board on monthly basis. 
  • Coordinate UAAD website updates on any committee changes, UAAD representative changes or committee chair changes.
  • Act as a receiving point for employee concerns and disseminate those concerns to the appropriate UAAD committee and/or the Executive Board.
  • Update the President/Vice President of pending term expirations and the need for a new appointment.
  • Prepare end-of-year report to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.
Reports

Membership Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Membership Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Membership Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee itself. The Committee is composed of three members, including the Chair. The Chair of the Membership Committee should consult with the President early in the year regarding selection of a Vice-Chair who will understudy the Chair and attend Executive Board Meetings when the Chair is unavailable.

Responsibilities
  • Maintain the UAAD membership database and UAAD list serv.
  • Update the Membership Application and make sure a fillable PDF is located on the UAAD webpage.
  • Send out Membership Renewal emails.
  • Contact all new hires that are eligible for UAAD. (has been done through email and hand written notes)
  • Generate ideas for attracting new members.
  • Send membership payments to the UAAD Treasurer for processing.
  • Encourage current membership to bring guest and actively recruit new members to UAAD.
  • Attend monthly board meeting and provide update of membership statistics for the UAAD board.
  • Prepare year-end report outlining activities, evaluation information and recommendations for next year's activities. The reports is to be to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.

Professional Development Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Professional Development Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Professional Development Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee. The Committee's size is determined by the Chair, but it is generally composed of five-six members, including the Chair. The Chair of the Professional Development Committee should consult with the President early in the year regarding selection of a Vice-Chair who will understudy the Chair and attend Executive Board Meetings when the Chair is unavailable.

Responsibilities
  • Provide for the exchange of ideas and techniques through speakers, workshops, and seminars
  • Coordinate training programs that will help members develop professionally.
  • Identify topics that may be of interest to the membership.
  • Follow approved budget for professional development activities.
  • Make all arrangements for each seminar, prepare promotional notices, and introduce speakers.
  • Evaluate programs via attendance records, participant feedback forms, etc. and provide information to the Executive Board.
  • Attend monthly board meetings and report on committee’s activities.
  • Prepare year-end report outlining all programs, evaluation information and recommendations for next year's programs. The report is to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.

Program Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Program Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Program Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee. The Committee's size is determined by the Chair, but it is generally composed of five-six members, including the Chair. The Chair of the Program Committee should consult with the President early in the year regarding selection of a Vice-Chair who will understudy the Chair and attend Executive Board Meetings when the Chair is unavailable.

Responsibilities
  • Coordinate monthly general meeting program schedule with President and Vice President.
  • Determine program content (theme or a variety of topics), location, registration and luncheon style (catered or individual choice).
  • Follow approved budget for program activities.
  • Make all necessary arrangements for each program, including contacting speakers, preparing promotional notices, securing bios for the introduction of the speakers and coordinating with the Publicity and Public Relations committee and Web/Social Media committee. 
  • In January of even numbered years, UAAD is responsible for hosting a joint meeting with UNOPA.  Coordinate logistics and program content for Joint Meeting.
  • Work with the Awards Committee Chair and Founders’ Day Chair in planning the February Founder's Day meeting.
  • Attend monthly board meetings and report on committee’s activities.
  • Prepare year-end report outlining programs, attendance, evaluation information and recommendations for next year's programs. The report is to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.

Publicity and Public Relations Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Publicity/Public Relations Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Publicity /Public Relations Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee. The Committee is composed of two-four members, including the Chair. To provide continuity, the Chair shall serve a two-year term, unless otherwise determined by the President. The Chair of the Public Relations/Publicity Committee should consult with the President early in the year regarding selection of a Vice-Chair who will understudy the Chair and attend Executive Board Meetings when the Chair is unavailable.

Responsibilities
  • Coordinate the distribution of the organization's new and events (email, web, social media, etc.)
  • Select and delegate 1-2 members as UAAD Web site and social media administrators.
  • Publish the UAAD Membership Guide.
  • Send announcements as needed via the UAAD listserv for meetings, events, deadlines, etc.
  • Attend monthly board meetings and report on committee’s activities.
  • Prepare year-end report outlining all programs, evaluation information and recommendations for next year's programs. The report is to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.

Community Outreach Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Community Outreach Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Community Outreach Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster which is maintained by the Membership Committee. The Chair of the Community Outreach Committee should consult with the President early in the year regarding selection of a Vice-Chair who will understudy the Chair and attend Executive Board Meetings when the Chair is unavailable.

Responsibilities
  • Provide opportunities and coordinate logistics for the general membership to engage in service (3-4 per semester). A variety of service opportunities are available including monetary donations to charitable organizations, goods collections, and volunteerism. Opportunities are typically balanced to include those that benefit the university community as well as those in the greater Lincoln area.
  • Attend monthly board meetings and report on committee’s activities.
  • Prepare year-end report outlining all programs, evaluation information and recommendations for next year's programs. The report is to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.

UAAD Connect Committee

Membership

The chair or co-chairs of the UAAD Connect Committee are appointed by the President of UAAD.   UAAD Connect does not have a committee per se, however members can be appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals from UAAD membership.

Responsibilities
  • Connect UAAD members across campus.
  • Encourage networking amongst UAAD members; inspire members to share their knowledge and experiences of the university with others.
  • Coordinate the UAAD Connect program with interested members to provide community building opportunities.  
  • Responsible for attending meetings and providing informational reports to the UAAD Executive Board and/or the General Membership, as appropriate.

Members at Large (2)

Membership

The president of the preceding year serves in one of the Member-at-Large positions. The second Member at Large is appointed by the President.

Responsibilities

The appointed Member-at-Large is selected on the basis of his/her ability to "round out" the Executive Board in terms of cumulative experience represented by the board as a whole. The Executive Board's primary responsibilities include:

  • Prepare or review and approve recommendations on issues affecting the membership prior to submission of such recommendation to the vote of the membership.
  • Serve as an institutional memory providing insight as to why a particular course of action was taken or providing other data pertinent to the Association's business transactions.
  • Serve in an advisory capacity to the Executive Board.
  • Transact minor duties not requiring membership approval.

Historian

Membership

The Past-Past-President has the option of serving a fourth year as Historian. However, if circumstances do not allow this arrangement, the President will appoint a Historian from the membership roster.

Responsibilities
  • If appointed by the President, the Historian is selected on the basis of his/her ability to "round out" the Executive Board in terms of cumulative experience represented by the board as a whole.
  • Serves on the Executive Board
  • Maintain a notebook containing pertinent UAAD documentation; e.g., minutes, correspondence, program information, which is filed in UAAD archives at years’ end and selected information also stored in the UAAD historical archives at 1701 "Y" Street
  • Arrange for archival storage of historical data.

Nominating Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Nominating Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Nominating Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee itself. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee. The Committee is composed of 3-5 members, including the Chair.

Responsibilities

Awards

Membership

The Chair of the Awards Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. The Vice-President/President Elect shall work with the Awards Committee Chair to coordinate the awards process. Awards Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee. There are various awards given throughout the year and appropriate subcommittees will be established from the Awards Committee members to select the recipients of these awards. Depending upon the number of nominations received, it is at the discretion of the chair whether to sub-divide the awards committee into separate Donaldson and Oldt subcommittees. Special considerations for each award subcommittee are listed below.

The UAAD Carl A. Donaldson Award subcommittee is composed of four-six members. The composition of the Committee is based on the following:

  1. There shall be representation from City and East Campus.
  2. The previous year's recipient shall be asked to serve.

The Floyd S. Oldt Award subcommittee is composed of four-six members. The composition of the Committee is based on the following:

  1. There shall be representation from City and East Campus.
  2. The previous year's recipient shall be asked to serve.
Responsibilities
  • Review nomination forms, solicit input from board on the nomination form and coordinate communication to solicit nominations.
  • Determine nomination process deadlines.
  • Update and distribute nomination form/announcement to all targeted audiences and publications.
  • Review award nominee forms for completeness of required materials.
  • Establish a review committee for review of nominees and award selection.
  • Communicate results to UAAD President and nominees as determined by Board.
  • Solicit and create a nominee bios for Founders’ Day celebration.
  • Order award plaques and create nominee certificates.
  • Work closely with Founders’ Day committee to ensure award presentation details including coordinating the presentation for Founders’ Day of past award winners and current nominees.
  • Submit Oldt and Donaldson award winner information and pictures in campus publications.
  • Coordinate adding of winner information to plaques in Canfield.
  • Attend monthly board meetings and report on committee’s activities.
  • Prepare year-end report outlining all programs, evaluation information and recommendations for next year's programs. The report is to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.

Founders' Day Committee

Membership

The Founders’ Day Chair is appointed by the President of UAAD. Founders’ Day Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee. The Committee is composed of two-three members, including the Chair.

Responsibilities
  • Plan and coordinate logistics for Founder’s Day, including venue, caterer, registration, event program, name tags, decorations (if needed) and coordinate the speaker with the President/President Elect. 
  • Work closely with Awards Committee to coordinate the schedule of events and agenda at Founders’ Day.
  • Coordinate with President to send invitations to University dignitaries, past UAAD presidents, past award-winners and current UAAD members.
  • Attend monthly board meetings and report committee activity. 
  • Prepare year-end report outlining committee activities, evaluation information and recommendations for next year's committee. The report is to be given to the board as well as saved on the UAAD shared drive.

Bylaws and Guidelines Committee

Membership

The Chair of the Bylaws Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. ByLaws Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster which is maintained by the Membership Committee.

Responsibilities
  • Review UAAD Bylaws and make appropriate changes as directed by the UAAD President and Executive Board.
  • Review UAAD Guidelines for Officers and Committees and make appropriate changes as directed by the UAAD President and Executive Board.
  • Attend Executive Board meetings, to be available for review of UAAD Bylaws, when questions arise.  Participate in any discussion, with the Board members, about existing Bylaws and possible changes.
  • Prepare year-end report to include changes made to Bylaws and UAAD Guidelines.  Report should include information reviewed and discussed by the board with recommendations for the following year’s Chair and Executive Board consideration.

UAAD/UNOPA Joint Meeting Committee

Membership

The Chair of the UAAD/UNOPA Joint Meeting Committee is appointed by the President of UAAD. Committee Members are appointed by the Committee Chair from a slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the Committee Chair is unable to form a committee using the slate alone, members may be solicited from UAAD's membership roster which is maintained by the Membership Committee.

UAAD hosts the joint meeting, held in January, during even-numbered years. The President may elect not to form this committee during odd-numbered years when UNOPA has responsibility for the meeting.

Responsibilities
  • Serve as a member of the UAAD Program Committee.
  • Help determine meeting agenda/program; attend to other logistical items as needed.
  • Communicate and coordinate with UNOPA representative on date, time and venue of the joint meeting. 
  • Prepare year-end report outlining committee activities, evaluation information and recommendations for the next committee. The report is to be given to the President as well as included in the Historian’s notebooks.

Academic Senate Liaison

Appointment

The UAAD Vice President is appointed as UAAD’s Academic Senate Liaison.

Responsibilities
  • Academic Senate Responsible for the formulation of educational policy and governance as provided in Sections 2.12 and 2.12.1 of the Bylaws of the Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska. The Senate holds nine regular monthly meetings during the academic year or may convene on seven days notice should the need arise.
  • The Liaison is responsible for attending meetings and providing informational reports to the UAAD Executive Board and/or the General Membership, as appropriate. The liaison, although a non-voting member, does have the right to request the President of the Senate to place matters on the agenda of the Academic Senate and to participate in the resulting discussion.

Campus Recreation Advisory Council Liaison

Appointment

The Campus Recreation Advisory Council Liaison must be a current Campus Recreation, Programs and Facilities Member, and is appointed by the President of UAAD. When possible, this appointment shall be made from the slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the President is unable to appoint a liaison using the slate alone, selection may be made from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee.

Responsibilities

The Campus Recreation Advisory Council has representation from the faculty, staff, and student population.

  • Meets bi-weekly (Tuesdays, 4:30 p.m.) during the academic year.
  • Hears cases, judge the validity, and decide on the appropriate action to be taken on all protests appealed to it from the Director of Campus Recreation.
  • Advises the Campus Recreation staff as to changes in the interpretation of rules and policies governing specific recreational sport programs.
  • Assists in developing the Office of Campus Recreation's fiscal year budget request.
  • Serves as a sounding board for all Campus Recreation programs.
  • Advises the Campus Recreation staff on needed additions/improvements to recreational sports facilities.
  • Any other duties assigned to it by the Director of Campus Recreation.

Chancellor's Commission on Environmental Sustainability

Appointment

The Chancellor's Commission on Environmental Sustainability has representation from the faculty, staff and student population. Members are appointed to evaluate environmentally responsible practices and polices, and to develop and recommend programs to inform and communicate these practices to the university community.

Responsibilities

This commission was formed in the Fall of 2008, and the goals for the first three years are as follows:

  • First Year - Analyze current sustainable practices and develop an inventory of those practices. From the analysis recommend ideas which can be implemented immediately.
  • Second Year - Monitor the practices implemented and continue to develop practices which may require a larger investment.
  • Third Year - Refine the practices implemented and monitor progress.

Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women Liaison

Appointment

The Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women has representation from the faculty, staff, and student population. Voting members are appointed by the Chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. CCSW Liaisons are non-voting participants. The UAAD President appoints the UAAD CCSW Liaison for a two-year appointment on even-number years. The appointment is made from the slate of members (supplied by the Nominating Committee) who are willing to serve on the UAAD Employee Liaison Committee as the UAAD CCSW Liaison also serves as a member of that Committee.

Responsibilities

The Chancellor's Commission on the Status of Women was created to increase awareness of gender equity issues and their implications for both men and women on the university campus. Objectives directed at achieving this awareness include:

  • Plan programs/activities designed to recognize the achievements and contributions of women.
  • Secure information from the appropriate sources concerning the status of women at UNL, including data on hiring, salaries, rank, promotion/tenure, classification, etc.
  • Conduct surveys as needed to ascertain the perceived status and specific concerns of all groups of women at UNL; work with the Affirmative Action Office and the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs to analyze findings and develop recommendations concerning the status of women in the University community.
  • Serve as a resource for individuals/ organizations interested in the status of women at UNL.
  • Provide opportunities for women on campus to exchange ideas and offer support to other women.
  • The liaison is responsible for attending the meetings and providing informational reports to the UAAD Employee Liaison Committee, the UAAD Executive Board, and/or the General Membership, as appropriate.

Employee Fringe Benefits Committee (University-Wide)

Appointment

The University-Wide Employee Fringe Benefits Committee Liaison is appointed by the Chancellor of the University of Nebraska, from a list of nominees provided by the President of UAAD to serve a term of four years. The Liaison will simultaneously serve as a committee member on the Employee Liaison Committee.

Responsibilities
  • The University-Wide Fringe Benefits Committee functions in an advisory capacity to the Vice President for Business and Finance, University of Nebraska. It shall create and maintain an open line of communication between the administration of the University of Nebraska and employees and shall ensure employee input in administrative decisions regarding employee benefits while recognizing the many other factors involved in such decisions.
  • Improve benefit programs through continued review and suggested modification.
  • Support the acquisition and utilization of necessary resources in order to maintain programs at a level competitive with similar educational institutions.
  • Promote efficient use of available resources to serve the greatest possible number of University employees.
  • Support informational and educational efforts which aid University employees in fully understanding and utilizing the benefits available to them and other employers. Maintain communication between employees and administration about benefits.
  • Support the implementation and maintenance of a quality data system necessary to efficiently administer the benefits program.
  • Promote uniformity of benefit programs among major administrative units.
  • Promote, where reasonable and appropriate, similarities of benefit programs among categories of employees.
  • The liaison is also responsible for providing informational reports to the UAAD Executive Board and/or the General Membership, as appropriate.

Emergency Employee Loan Fund Advisory

Appointment

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) administers an emergency loan fund for university non-probationary, regular employees. The Employee Emergency Loan Fund (EELF) is funded by donations from employees, employee groups and friends, and up to $750 may be borrowed by university employees in financial crisis.

Responsibilities
  • The EELF Advisory Committee reviews the requests forwarded by an EAP counselor. No names are forwarded to the advisory committee. Based on the application and loan criteria, the EELF Advisory Committee determines the loan to be approved. Conference calls are used to facilitate the meetings for this group.

Grievance Committee

Appointment

The Grievance Committee is composed of at least 12 members with representation from each employment category (academic/administrative, managerial/professional, and office/service). The process for nominating, selecting and appointing committee members is established by the Chancellor. The UAAD President submits names to Human Resources for consideration by the Chancellor. The Nominating Committee provides the UAAD President a slate of names based on members who have expressed interest in serving on the Grievance Committee. If the President is unable to provide a representative using the slate alone, selection may be made from the UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee.

Responsibilities
  • Members of the Grievance Committee:
  • Serve three year terms.
  • Serve as needed on three-member grievance hearing committees.
  • Conduct grievance meetings, obtain relevant facts and make advisory recommendations to the Chancellor about the disposition of the grievance.
  • Conduct business according to written guidelines provided by Human Resources.

Parking Advisory Committee Liaison

Appointment

The Parking Advisory Committee Liaison is appointed by the President of UAAD. When possible, this appointment shall be made from the slate of interested individuals supplied by the Nominating Committee. If the President is unable to appoint a liaison using the slate alone, selection may be made from UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee.

Responsibilities
  • The Parking Advisory Committee has representation from the faculty, staff, and student population. Its purpose is to review all policies and regulations for university parking facilities and make recommendation to the Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance and to the Chancellor.
  • Conduct an annual review of parking and traffic rules and regulations including parking permit fees and refunds.
  • Review proposed changes in parking policies, regulations, and parking lot classifications.
  • Review and recommend capital improvement projects.
  • Review the parking operating budget and monthly operating reports.
  • Act in an advisory capacity to the Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance.
  • Serve as a forum for public input concerning parking issues.
  • Inform the University community on parking matters.
  • Review appeal decisions of the Parking Appeals Committee.
  • The liaison is also responsible for providing informational reports to the UAAD Executive Board and/or the General Membership, as appropriate

Parking Appeals Committee Liaison

Appointment

The Parking Appeals Committee Liaison is appointed by the Chancellor of the University of Nebraska from a list of nominees provided to the President of UAAD.

Responsibilities
  • The Parking Appeals Committee has representation from the faculty and staff. Its purpose is to hear all parking and traffic violation appeals, regardless of the alleged violator's status or relationship to the University. Students have their own parking appeals committee.
  • The liaison is responsible for attending the meetings and providing informational reports to the UAAD Executive Board and/or the General Membership, as appropriate.

Safety Committee Liaison

Appointment

The Safety Committee Liaison is appointed by the Vice Chancellor of Business and Finance of the University of Nebraska from a list of nominees provided by the President of UAAD.

Responsibilities
  • The Safety Committee has representation from the faculty, staff, and student population.
  • Advise the Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance and the Division of Environmental Health and Safety on matters of campus safety.
  • To review safety procedures and provide information to University departments about safety topics, personal protective equipment, and safety training.
  • To investigate work-site accidents as deemed necessary.
  • To promote safety throughout the campus community.
  • The liaison is also responsible for providing informational reports to the UAAD Executive Board and/or the General Membership, as appropriate.

Chancellor's Committee on Wellness

Appointment

The Wellness Committee Liaison is appointed by the President of UAAD. The Nominating Committee provides the UAAD President a slate of names based on members who have expressed interest in serving on the Wellness Committee. If the President is unable to provide a representative using the slate alone, selection may be made from the UAAD's membership roster, which is maintained by the Membership Committee.

Responsibilities
  • The UAAD Wellness Liaison meets with the Wellness committee once a month.