Staff Council Elects New Leadership

The Auburn University Staff Council, during their June General Session (June 13th) elected three new members to the Steering Committee and a new Chair Elect. The new Steering members are:

  • Jason Amling – Landscape Services
  • Kimberly Brumbeloe- Engineering Continuing Education
  • Paula Norrell- Biological Science

The Chair Elect for 2017-2018 is Tammy Williams from the Office of the  Vice President for Research and Economic Development. Their terms begin July 1.

Current Chair Elect Charlene Thomas will take over as Chair on July 1 and Althea Tate will roll off and become the new Past Chair. Arthur rolls off as Past Chair.

Congratulations to our new leaders and thank you to those rolling off for your service to Auburn University.

Employees of the Year 2016-2017

Auburn University honored its Employee of the Year award recipients during the May 24 Employee Recognition Program. The recipients, pictured above from left, are: 

  • Service/Maintenance: Shelia Hooks, Auburn Facilities Management
  • Technical/Paraprofessional: Christopher Cox, Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Admin/Professional: Patricia Branum, Auburn University Libraries
  • Secretarial/Clerical: Lauren Einhorn, Auburn University School of Kinesiology

The Tigers Unlimited Foundation and Auburn University Foundation combined to contribute $3,000 for each winner. Employees of the Year are selected from the monthly Spirit of Excellence winners

Because How We Decide Matters:
Making Decisions More Inclusive

Everyone wants to make the best decisions possible, but all too often, key stakeholders are left out of important conversations and the decisions that follow. How can we make decisions that are more inclusive? Where are more diverse perspectives most needed? And what would count as real progress?

The Biggio Center will be hosting Dr. Therese Huston of Seattle University for a highly interactive discussion about inclusive decision-making and communication in higher education.

Join us on Wednesday, March 29, 2017, at the Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center Ballroom A from 12-1:30 p.m. for a “world cafe style lunch.”

To learn more and register for this event, click the button below. Please register by March 22.  

Due to the active nature of this event, please limit the belongings you bring with you day of. 

Register here. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good News from Human Resources!

Auburn University employees who wish to apply for the Employee Educational Benefit and/or the Dependent Educational Benefit can now register through Self-Service Banner.

Easy Registration

To register for either benefit, complete the following steps:

  1. Go to www.auburn.edu.
  2. Click on AU Access.
  3. Enter user name and password.
  4. Click on the Self Service icon (Banner).
  5. Select Employee Education Benefit and Dependent Benefit.
  6. Select either Employee Education Benefit or Dependent Benefit.
  7. Complete the application as directed.  You may revisit the site to monitor the progression of your application; however, you will also receive an email at each stage of progression.
  8. Contact Ben Smith in Human Resource Development (HRD) at (334) 844-1602 if you have questions or concerns.

Important Notes

  • An Employee Education Benefit application is needed for each class.
  • Auburn University Montgomery (AUM) requires dependents attending classes at AUM to register each fall semester.  Auburn University dependents only need to apply once.
  • For additional information on these educational opportunities, please visit http://www.auburn.edu/administration/human_resources/hrd/educ_opp.htm or call the HRD office at 844-1602.

Auburn University Human Resources

1550 East Glenn Avenue

Auburn, AL 36849

(334) 844-4145

www.auburn.edu/hr

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Be the Dot. Be the Difference

We at Auburn University are working together to stop sexual violence on our campus. The WE.auburn initiative is part of a nationwide program called the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program. The Green Dot focuses on the actions of the bystander, the third party in any circumstance. By mobilizing the bystander to take action and intervene in a potentially dangerous or harmful situation, it is possible to change and even prevent the outcome of a violent situation. We call these instances “green dots.” WE are changing the culture at Auburn University, one green dot at a time.

For more information about the program click here: Green Dot.

Green Dot

 

BEAT THE HEAT! CHECK THE BACKSEAT!

You could make the difference between life and death for those

unwillingly trapped inside a vehicle.

Like us on Facebook to learn more about Beat The Heat, Check the Backseat!

If you'd like to donate to the campaign you can do so through the Auburn University Fund  sending your check made out to:

Auburn University Foundation (AUF)

Office of Development
College of Veterinary Medicine
317 S. College Street
Auburn, AL 36849-5517

In the memo line, designate “Staff Council Educational Campaigns”.