In this Bulletin…
- Serve on the Student Expression and Activities Coordinator Recruitment Advisory Committee
- What has your RSO Accomplished this Academic Year?
- Finalize All Agency Account Business by June 21
- Freeborn Locker Applications Still Available
- Clean Out Your CSI Mailbox by June 30
- Apply for the 2018-2019 Student Organization Wellness Initiative
- Take the UC Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES) and Win Prizes!
- Hire Me! Academy on June 19-20
- 2018 Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training Application
- 2018-2019 Recreation Advisory Council Application
- 2019-2020 Campus Community Book Project Nominations due July 13
There are just FIVE steps to the re-registration process. Check out the infographic below or visit our website for details.
Re-register your student organization before June 30, 2018 for an opportunity to save $10 on your agency account activation fee, reserve on-campus space in fall quarter 2018, and stay current on the student organization directory for incoming students to find you!
Questions? Email us at email@example.com (or reach out to your CSI Contact), call us at (530) 752-9579, or stop by at 442 Memorial Union. We’re happy to help!
CSI is recruiting for the Student Expression and Activities Coordinator full-time staff position, and we want to ensure representation by Registered Student Organization members on the recruitment advisory committee. Are you available this summer to attend meetings and evaluate candidates for this position? If you are interested, please contact Kristin Dees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to hear from you! Submit your RSO accomplishments at the link here. CSI wants to record and celebrate any awards or recognition your RSO has received, goals you have achieved, and anything else you are proud of! Please respond by Monday, June 25 at noon.
Treasurers and Presidents: Now is the time to reconcile your 2017-2018 budget, so your student organization knows how it managed resources this year and where it stands financially. Make sure all bills are paid, members are reimbursed, funds are deposited and income/expenses are well documented for next year’s officers.
Your student organization’s account balance and transaction listing can be viewed on AggieLife. Presidents/Primary Leaders and Treasurers/Financial Officers have access to the Finance tab. Visit your organization, click Manage Organization, then click Finance in the toolbar.
Finalize All Agency Account Business by June 21
- Agency Account Transaction Request Forms and corresponding documents must be submitted by June 21. Any approvals must be submitted by the authorized approver from the department. Any submissions after June 21 will not be processed until after fiscal close on June 30.
- Confirm that your campus service providers will process any pending charge by this date.
Questions related to agency account transactions can be referred to Samantha Alcantara at email@example.com.
The Locker Request Form for the 2018-2019 school year opens Friday, June 1 at 9am. The lockers in Lower Freeborn are a great place for Registered Student Organizations to store their tabling supplies and other materials. Only applications from student orgs already registered for the 2018-2019 school year will be accepted.
Be sure to clean out your mailbox in the Center for Student Involvement (442 MU) and collect anything important before the end of spring quarter. Your last chance to recover the contents will be June 30. Incoming first class mail will be returned and the rest recycled.
If you do not register by June 30, 2018, your registration will expire and your current mailbox number will be discontinued and possibly reassigned to another student organization. For student organizations that have off-campus bank accounts or other community partnerships, maintaining registration and your current mailbox number will ensure effective transition from the 2017-2018 to the 2018-2019 academic year.
Do you want to create a culture in your RSO where health and wellness are valued and promoted? Join the Student Organization Wellness Initiative to get access to a student-centered toolkit, support from campus resources and connections with other RSOs!
The UC Undergraduate Experience Survey (UCUES) is happening now at UC Davis and throughout the UC system! This census survey occurs biennially. It’s a great opportunity for all students to voice their opinions about academic majors, campus climate, their activities, and more. Take the survey and win prizes!
Encourage your members to complete the UCUES. Learn more at the 2018 UC Davis UCUES website.
Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training is an annual two-day workshop designed for undergraduate and graduate/professional students to understand and practice the art, concepts, and tools of dialogue as a method to develop and strengthen productive campus relationships and decide on action.
Sustained Dialogue Moderator Training teaches inclusive leadership and conflict resolution skills such as inquiry, influence, mindful listening, facilitation, and convening. Participants will learn the critical skills needed to moderate dialogues about difficult and often divisive issues important to our campus community.
This two-day workshop is offered at no cos; however, all participants are asked to commit to the full workshop. Space is limited. The program will be held 9am-5pm, Friday and Saturday, October 19-20, 2018.
Questions? Contact (530) 754-7741 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Recreation is looking for motivated students to be part of the Recreation Advisory Council. It is important for Campus Recreation to have a variety of students on the Recreation Advisory Council to ensure a good representation of the student voice. Students do not have to be involved with Campus Recreation programs. Interested students should email Associate Director of Recreation Heather Gastellum with their name, email and class schedule.
The Campus Council on Community and Diversity (CCC&D) invites all members of the campus and greater community to nominate books related to the topic of violence/gun violence for the 2019-2020 Campus Community Book Project (CCBP).
As an educational institution, we endeavor to explore and engage thoughtfully about issues that impact our lives, directly and indirectly, with the goal of building a community that promotes diversity. You can read more about the 2019-2020 CCBP theme and call for nominations here. The Campus Community Book Project aims to foster dialogue among students, faculty, staff, and residents of the surrounding areas about important social issues. It also promotes learning about varied perspectives and ideas concerning the chosen topic.
We welcome nominations of books that meet the following criteria:
- Compelling and thought-provoking to engage us in dialogue about contemporary controversial issues and to raise questions that have many possible answers.
- Well-written, accessible, and engaging to a general audience.
- Short enough to be read within the time frame usually allotted for coursework.
- Provocative and intriguing to as many members of the community as possible, to invite diverse participation and integration into discussion groups and courses across disciplines.
- Written by someone who is still living. Author is a guest to the campus.
- Any published work that is still in print in paperback – including non-fiction work, plays, novels, collections of short stories or essays – is eligible.
- An additional consideration for the recommended title is that the book’s author will be available to speak as part of the Mondavi Center’s Speakers Series for the 2019-2020 season.
To make a nomination, contact Megan Macklin, CCBP Coordinator, at email@example.com. Please include the book title and author, plus a short description and explanation of why the nominated title complements the topic and represents a worthy selection. The CCBP Selection Committee will begin reviewing nominations in late July, so book recommendations are requested by July 13, 2018.
If you are interested in serving on the CCBP Selection Committee, which will review the nominated books, please contact Megan Macklin at firstname.lastname@example.org. The committee meets through the summer and more frequently in the fall as it proceeds to final selection.
For more information about the book project and past selections, please visit the CCBP website. The Campus Community Book Project is sponsored by the Office of Campus Community Relations, the Campus Council on Community and Diversity, and the Offices of the Chancellor and Provost.
Connect with CSI!
CSI is open Monday-Thursday, 9am-6pm, and Friday, 9am-5pm in 442 Memorial Union. Drop by to see us, or as always, email us at email@example.com or call 530-752-2027.