East Tennessee State University. Staff Senate
The East Tennessee State University Staff Senate was created on August 21, 1978, by Dr. Arthur H. De Rosier, Jr., university president. The mission of the Staff Senate is to provide a channel of communication through which the non-faculty university staff can participate in the discussion of problems, situations, and opportunities relevant to the staff; to submit recommendations to the university president on matters relevant to the university staff; and to interact with students, the faculty, and the university administration on matters relevant to the entire university. The Staff Senate reports to the university's vice president for business and finance.
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The Staff Senate Records contain meeting minutes and related memoranda, agendas, committee reports, and miscellaneous records. The records reflect the Staff Senate's consideration of such issues as grievances, the training and evaluation of university staff, parking, sexual harassment, a sick leave bank for university staff, salary increases, Distinguished Staff Awards, the annual university staff picnic, and the election of staff senate officers.