Minutes will be posted upon approval.
|Wednesday, June 19||1-2:30 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Wednesday, July 3||1-2:30 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Wednesday, July 17||1-2:30 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Wednesday, July 31||1-2:30 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Wednesday, Aug. 14||1-2:30 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Thursday, Sept. 12||12:30-2 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Thursday, Sept. 26||12:30-2 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Thursday, Oct. 10||12:30-2 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Thursday, Oct. 24||12:30-2 p.m.||BC 431||approved|
|Thursday, Nov. 7||noon-2 p.m.||Strategic Planning
Brown-Bag Town Hall,
LC Town Hall
|Thursday, Nov. 21||12:30-2 p.m.||BC 431|
|Thursday, Dec. 12||12:30-2 p.m.||BC 431|
The Governance Steering Council ensures that University committees are appropriately staff and ensures balanced committee membership that represents the colleges, schools, disciplines and other divisions of the University, appropriate to the goals of the committee.
Membership is listed under each committee description.
The committee is charged with taking a holistic view of the university budget and the budgeting process emphasizing the university's central educational mission. The Budget Committee will provide counsel to the Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance to develop an effective timeline and budget process, gather and review budget-related data, provide constructive feedback to enable the governing bodies to have timely input into budget decisions, and enhance and maintain communication channels by holding regularly scheduled meetings to discuss current budget issues. Analysis and recommendations to the University President are shared with the governance bodies through the GSC. The committee is composed of representatives of each governance body. The Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance, the Provost, and a designee from the Office of Human Resources shall be ex officio members.
The committee is charged with recommending initiatives that promote a culture free from discrimination, foster an appreciation of diverse ideas and capabilities, and enhance an understanding of the global community. Specifically, the committee will develop and communicate clear and consistent descriptions of UB's diversity objectives and initiatives, make policy recommendations, and prepare the annual Cultural Diversity Report for USM. The committee is composed of representatives of each governance body, the Director of the Diversity and Culture Center, and the Director of Center for Educational Access. A designee from the Provost's office shall serve as an ex officio member.
Sahd Aurangzabe, student
Mark Bell, faculty; 410.837.4464
Toni Martsoukos, staff; 410.837.6298
Christine Nielsen, faculty; 410.837.4992
Karyn Schulz, director, Center for Educational Access; 410.837.4141
Karla Shepherd, director, Diversity and Culture Center; 410.837.4760
Sarah Shouvlin, staff; 410.837.4090
Ron Williams, student