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Staff Advisory Council seeking nominations for new members

This announcement was emailed to staff on Feb. 22 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:

Dear WFU Staff,

The Staff Advisory Council (SAC) is soliciting nominations for new members!

The SAC, formed in 2006 by President Hatch, is an advisory body tasked with strengthening communication between the Staff and Administration at Wake Forest University. For more information on the role of the SAC, please visit the SAC website.

Your voice is important! Nominate one of your colleagues today! Click here to submit your nomination.

Or copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser: https://goo.gl/forms/yZjIz1f5ALG6k0TO2

  • Candidates: May be nominated by another staff member, or they may self-nominate.
  • Nominations: Any staff member nominating another employee should inform the nominee of this intent, and determine if that employee is interested in serving on the council. You may nominate more than one person.
  • Eligibility Requirements: Employed full-time for a minimum of one year of service, and in good standing.
  • Deadline for Nominations: 5:00 pm on March 23rd.

Detailed nomination and election rules are located in the SAC By-Laws, located here.

For more information visit sac.wfu.edu, reply to this email or contact a member of the SAC Membership Committee:

Steve Allen, allensc@nullwfu.edu, x4681
Kathy Carstens, carstekc@nullwfu.edu, x5218
Darlene Starnes, starnedd@nullwfu.edu, x5864
Sarah Zakaria, zakaris@nullwfu.edu, x4700

Sincerely,

Staff Advisory Council Membership Committee

Categories: Staff News

Staff milestones February 2018

See a list of staff milestones for February 2018:

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Categories: Inside WFU

Social media users meet on campus monthly

This is a guest post from Stephanie Skordas on behalf of the University’s social media users group:

Do you run a Wake Forest University department, office, program or school social media account? Then you’ll want to know about our monthly social media users group, #soccoffee. (It’s pronounced shosh-coffee.) It’s a chance for us to share ideas and challenges, talk through campaigns, and learn from best practices.

The meetings are generally held the second Friday of the month at 9:30 a.m. at locations across campus. But not this month. We are meeting on Friday, February 23 at 9:30 a.m. in Farrell Hall, classroom 157. If you can’t meet this month, no worries. Please email Stephanie Skordas skordas@nullwfu.edu to be added to the email list for the next notice.

Stephanie Skordas is senior associate director of communications in the School of Business.

Categories: Guest PostInside WFU

CASE awards presented to University Advancement

Wake Forest’s Office of University Advancement was presented 10 awards in February at the District III annual conference of CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) at Atlanta’s College Football Hall of Fame. The awards were won by three offices within University Advancement: Communications and External Relations, Wake Forest Magazine and Alumni Engagement.

Awards received by Communications and External Relations included a Grand Award, two Awards of Excellence and two Special Merit Awards.

Wake Forest Magazine received a Grand Award, an Award of Excellence and a Special Merit Award.

An Award of Excellence and a Special Merit Award were received by Alumni Engagement.

Categories: Staff News

University to present class on responding to violent situations

There will be four opportunities in March and April for faculty, staff and students to attend a University class titled “Active Shooter Response (Run, Hide, Fight).”  The one-hour class is intended to instruct people on how to respond to an active shooter incident or other types of work place violence.  It stresses awareness, preparation and rehearsal, which are considered by experts to be key to safety in such situations.

The class may be taken on any of the following four dates:

  • 28, 8:30-9:30 a.m.
  • March 16, 10-11 a.m.
  • April 4, 10-11 a.m.
  • April 25, 1-2 p.m.

The class will be taught in Reynolda Hall, Room 301, by Wake Forest Emergency Manager August Vernon.

Registration is encouraged.  To register, visit the Professional Development Center website.

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