The College of Education Staff Council is an elected body representing staff concerns and issues to College Administration. The Council aims to promote better understanding, increased cooperation, and open communication among all constituent groups in our college.

Monthly Meetings

The Council typically meets the third Tuesday of each month. All COE staff members are invited. Minutes and agendas from meetings are available on the College's Minutes site.

Monthly Meetings

Contact Us

Send your comments, questions, or concerns, to any committee member or to the online suggestion box. All submissions are anonymous, though you may add your name and email address if you wish.

Suggestion Box

Sponsored Events

The College of Education Staff Council partners with the Dean's Office to offer in-house professional development opportunities for COE staff and other activities to support Staff Council goals.

Sponsored Events

Among staff, faculty and administrators:

  • To promote communication and collaboration, and to advocate for acknowledgment of the accomplishments and contributions of all staff.
  • To incorporate staff input into College of Education policy applications, strategic goals, diversity initiatives, and other decision-making processes.
  • To advise administration on issues and policies that affect staff and provide a forum for staff to advocate for improvements, bring forth concerns, and propose solutions.
  • Bellinda Assemien
  • Kari Blomberg, Past Chair
  • Judy Brewer
  • Brian Campbell, Chair
  • Brian Douglas
  • Kara Hageman
  • Elizabeth Holm
  • Heather Lowry
  • Megan McVancel

The Council typically meets the third Wednesday of each month. All staff members are welcome to attend. Minutes and agendas from meetings are available on the College's Minutes site.

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