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CUSA COUNCIL MEETING ATTENDANCE, April 5th 2017 7 00pm. Proxy print Signature, Position Councillor name, President Fahd Alhattab. Vice President Finance David Andrews, Vice President Internal Lauren Konarowski. Vice President Student Issues Alex Noguera, Vice President Student Services Ashley Courchene. Vice President Student Life Zameer Masjedee, Engineering and Design Julia Dalphy.
Sarah Garlough, Yannick Brisebois, Ryan Herbrand, Business Victoria Lalande. Jennie Rankin, Public Affairs Justin Bergamini, Julia Parsons. Liam Harrington, Maria Laura Cordoba, Cody Nicoll, Abrar Rahman. PAPM Jessica Beaudoin Walker, Science Isabella Boushey. Austin De Ste Croix, Journalism Mona Mahmoud, FASS Laura Kathleen Gifford.
Lily Akagbosu, Charissa Feres, Hajer Furat, Christopher Del Pino. Oliver Nacey, Ruth Lau MacDonald, Computer Science Nima Dadar. Special Student John Davids, Humanities, GSA Debbie Owusu Akyeeah. RRRA Daniel Pollak, April 5th 2017, April CUSA Council Meeting. 447 Tory Building 7pm, 1 Announcements and Correspondence.
2 Approval of the Agenda, 3 Approval of Past Minutes. 4 President s Report, 5 Vice President s Report, a Vice President Finance. i Report from April s motion, b Vice President Internal Affairs. c Vice President Student Issues, d Vice President Student Services. e Vice President Student Life, 6 RRRA Report, 7 GSA Report.
8 CASG Report, 9 Senate Report, 10 Board of Governors Report. 11 Constituency Report, 12 Committee Reports, a Financial Review Committee. b Constitutional and Policy Review Committee, 13 Question Period. 14 Items for Information, a Motion to Strike and fill the CUSA Awards Committee. b Motion to Amend the CUSA Documents Re CUSA Inc Distinction. c Motion to Give Public notice of Seat Vacancies, 15 Other Business.
16 Adjournment, CUSA Council Minutes, 12th CUSA Council Meeting 2016 2017. April 5th 2017, 447 Tory Building 7 00 pm, Clerk Brandon Burrill. Chair Shawn Humphrey, Meeting called to order 8 12 pm. 1 Announcements and Correspondence, 2 Approval of the Agenda. Mover Mona Seconder Chloe, Motion passes, 3 Approval of Past Minutes.
Mover Mona Seconder Ryan Herbrand, Motion passes, 4 President s Report. See year end report, 5 Vice President s report, a Vice President Finance. i Report from April s motion, b Vice President Internal. 1 CUSA LAUNCH Complete, a Professional Development Workshops for Clubs Finance. Transition Graphic Design, b Clubs Handbook, c CUSA Hub Workshops.
d Clubs Conference, e Clubs End of Year Celebration. i Suggestions for next year Keep improving the conference it was. the best we had yet Keep up with CUSA Hub its changes and. making it more useful for Carleton and CUSA, 2 MORE SPACE LESS HASSLE FOR CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Complete. a Renovated third floor storage booking on CUSA Hub. i Suggestions for Next Year Advertise this more look at cleaning up. downstairs storage for large items, 3 TOP UP CLUBS AND SOCIETIES TOOLKIT Complete. a Ipads tablecloths and other little items made available with. b Booking systems are now on CUSA Hub not through website. c NEW IMS option, i Suggestions for Next Year More items the better. 4 INCREASED FUNDING FOR STUDENT INITIATIVES Complete. a SIF went up to 28 thousand dollars, b Seriously partnered with Sponsorship and Grants.
i Suggestions for next year Philanthropy fund for student groups. 5 INCREASE CLUBS FUNDING Complete, a Highest clubs funding CUSA has ever had. b Brought back Summer Funding, c Additional November Deadline. i Suggestions for next year Keep these deadlines Students loved. them response was fantastic, 6 INCREASE COUNCIL TRANSPARENCY AND IMPROVE CLARITY Complete. a Funding Rubrics Application Forms, b Electoral Code Revamp. c CUSA CUSA Inc Distinction, d Council Reform, i Suggestions for next year Be sure to hold byelections make council.
more and more accessible Facebook lives have been working great. 7 Jobs Complete, a Policy Analyst, b 3 Clubs Interns. c Vice President Student Issues, Increased CUSA presence at International Student Orientation. Accomplishments, Increased CUSA awareness at academic orientation. All service centers present at the international student orientation. fair for the first time, Introduction of CUSA welcome letter and Tips for International. Students by International Students in Orientation Packages. To work on next year, Get a time block at international students academic orientations to.
talk about what CUSA is and ways in CUSA can support. International Students, Development of the Walk and Talk Safe Walk Program. through the FOOT PATROL, Accomplishments, 613 520 4066 for a walk anywhere on campus and up to 30 mins. off campus Safe walk services are available from 6pm to 12am. on weekdays 6pm 2am on Thursdays, To work on next year. Increase awareness about this service, Sexual Assault Awareness Week beFOREPLAYask. Accomplishments, Increased diversity in the programing.
Manifest Change on consent, Manifest Change on gender based violence. Not your typical Sex Talk on Sexuality and Consent by Dr. Justine Shuey, Intersectionality by the Sexual Assault Support Center of Ottawa. Off Campus Sexual Violence Support Resources, Expansion of the Cloth line project as an initiative to get more. students started in the conversation 60 decorated t shirts. Introduction of pre campaign teaser video, To work on next year. Make sure peer supporter is available at all times during the. Introduction of an all year CONSENT TEAM that has to go. through bystander training that plays a leading role in the. Make it a part of the CUSA Sexual Violence Education plan but. not the main element Sexual Violence Prevention and Support. Development of a survivors speak series, Pop The Stigma.
Accomplishments, Establishment of a campaign consultation committee to ensure. comprehensive programming, Expansion of Pop the Stigma campaign material therapy balls. and campaign bracelets, Partnership with Paint Therapy Ottawa in Paint Therapy at. Carleton The most engaging event at Pop the Stigma yet brings. a lot of attention into the campaign and into talking about Mental. More therapy animals and Laughter Yoga Session, To work on next year. Increased student engagement in workshops, Carleton University Mental Health Framework.
Please do check it out, https carleton ca studentsupport wp content uploads Student. Mental Health Framework 2 0 pdf, Wouldn t have been possible without student engagement. To work on next year, Engage students in the Mental Health Framework Implementation. Financial Literacy Month, Accomplishments, Partnership with the awards office in bringing in 6 financial. literacy session and increasing awareness on the application. process to Carleton University awards, The Globe and Mail s Rob Carrick Roma Luciw Financial.
Survival Guide for young adults, Robert Brown Wealthing Like Rabbits an original intro to. personal finance, All about scholarships, Budgeting 101 with CSAS. Credit Counselling Society Workshops, Repaying your government student loans with the NSLSC. Atrium Fair, To work on next year, Dedicate the month to also increase awareness in CUSA scholarships. and the newly stablished CUSA scholarship advising services. scholarships coordinator during Awards week, Work with scholarships coordinator in developing a list of external.
scholarships students with different profiles are eligible to apply to. and share during this week, SUB Consultations, Therapy Animals. Accomplishments, More therapy animals during midterms and finals. Moving towards a more consistent visits by making it a part of. CDAC programing, To work on next year, Aim to have two visits per week at consistent times so students know. when to come, First Rethink the Drink Talkback tour Drink Smart. Continued partnership with Drink Smart to raise awareness about. Binge Drinking, First ever Rethink the Drink talkback tour panel one of the most.
interactive panels yet Extremely engaging all feedback was. great Definitely something to bring back, Increased Collaboration with Career Services. It All Adds UP Campaign Mental Health and Career, Development Focus. Resume Reviews at the Galleria, All about Linked In at the Galleria. Recommendations, Develop consistent programming, Tax Clinics. Continued Partnership with SAS, Workshop on budgeting by the Investor s Group.
To work on next year, More Free Tax Clinics Do them at the UC galleria Get lower. storage USB drives, Study Snack expansion, Newly introduced Coffee Granola Bars Chocolate Bananas. Twice as Much Red Bull Thanks Christian, Golden tickets contest Makes exam season more fun and gives. students the opportunity to earn twelve 25 CAD certificates that. can be spent at Roosters, Partnership with the food center to raise awareness about food. security at Carleton and the center, Looking to partner with G spot for more vegan options.
For next year, Look into having more of the study snack food sponsored. Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Framework, This is probably one of the most exiting projects of the semester. Framework development committee constituted, Bi weekly Taskforce meetings. Monthly consultation meetings, To be ready by June 30 th. Implementation plan starts its development June 31 s. d Vice President Student Services, 1 Expo 2016 Complete.
a All Service Centres attended booths very well attended handed out. tons of Service Centre bags and information handbills. i Suggestions for next year Create an interactive section that is exclusive. for Service Centres, 2 Service Centre Revamps Complete. a Aboriginal Service Centre renamed to Mawandoseg Centre. b ISC rebranded, i Suggestions for next year Allocate Service Centre spaces more. efficiently My idea Foot Patrol to HWRC Mawandoseg to BECS HWRC. to Foot Patrol, ii Or maybe HWRC to a broom closet. 3 Training Complete, a Service Centres received training in Sexual Assault Prevention Active. Bystander Social Media and Union training, i Suggestions for next year Continue work with Service Centre Manager.
to expand on training modules First Aid Crisis Intervention. Relationship training Grief and Loss Mental Health Suicide Youth. Issues Addictions Domestic Violence and Allyship, 4 Signs and Banners Complete. a Created new wayward signs for third floor UC Service Centres. b Ensured all Service Centers had a stand up banner for tabling purposes. i Suggestions for next year Wayward signs for 4th floor sign up sheets. for banners to avoid misplacements, 5 Service Centre Website Revamp Complete. a Worked with front desk to improve lay out create more content. i Suggestions for next year look into other content management systems. for the website i e find something other than WordPress. 6 Paintball Ongoing, a The tickets still exist I hear Zameer might have a plan for next year. i Suggestions for next year Don t buy paintball tickets. 7 Passport Contest Complete, a Printed 500 passports 450 handed out 1 Winner Prize included 500. Visa Gift Card, i Suggestions for next year More promo tabling from Service Centers.
Incentivize their inclusion, 8 Women s Only Gym Hour Complete. a Got a workout space created for women as a trial run. i Suggestions for next year, 9 First Aid Kits Complete. a Kits are installed complete with instructions and emergency numbers. Found in all Service Centres, i Suggestions for next year Ensure First Aid training is included in Service. Centre coordinator training and knowledge of all First Aid kit locations. 10 AFCOM Complete, a Monthly meetings were held with board members for various proposals. Pursuant to the bylaws all proposals pertained into increasing the. accessibility of CUSA spaces and events, b Passed a motion through council to provide extra financial support for.
students with disabilities through the Paul Mention Centre. i Suggestions for next year A new policy should be implemented that. outlines the procedures for how PMC acquires the funds from CUSA It is. convention right now but get that in writing, 11 Service Centre Projects Complete. a RISE 2017 12 events throughout the month of January Theme was. Indigenous sexuality Pro, b Black History Month Theme was BLK SZN 11 12 events Huge Success. c ISC Gala Theme was Snowflake ball 200 250 attendees some. missteps over ticket sales food but a success overall. 12 ASM ISM Complete, a Monthly events with coordinators to check in on wellbeing progress try. to provide support correct behaviours etc, b Many times these meetings were held informally sometimes formally. with food sometimes without, i Suggestions for next year Keep them consistent so Service Centre.
coordinators know what to expect, 13 Hiring Complete. a Over the year we hired coordinators for HWRC Mawandoseg Food. Centre REC Hall Womyn s Centre Hatch and CDAC 10 coordinators in. b There are coordinators that have left or are leaving GSRC REC Hall. Womyn s Centre HWRC ISC and Food Centre, i Suggestions for next year Take time when hiring It sucks because. coordinators want their co worker but it is better to take a little more

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