Voting for 2016 -2017 GRAB Officer Elections

 

The Graduate Representative Advisory Board exists to provide a forum for the Educational Administration and Human Resource Development (EAHR) Department graduate students within the various programs of the department in the College of Education and Human Development to have an active voice in the affairs of the department relating to academic growth, career development, and cohesion between the faculty, staff, and students within the framework of the EAHR Department’s mission. 

The Executive Board shall constitute: President, Vice President, Treasurer Communication Officer, Programming Chair, Social Chair, Distant Student Liaison, Organizational Liaison, HRD Liaison, Adult Education Liaison, K-12 Liaison, and Higher Education Liaison 

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The President (a) Shall be the executive head and representative of the GRAB. (b) Shall preside over all meetings of GRAB and the executive board. (c) Shall exercise general supervision over the affairs of the GRAB (d) Shall enforce the constitution and the by-laws and shall ensure that all resolutions and proceedings of GRAB are carried out. (e) Shall appoint all committees to carry out the business of GRAB. (f) Shall hear complaints, recommendations and suggestions presented by the Executive Board. (g) Shall develop agendas, make plans, and coordinate activities. (h) Shall be responsible, along with the Vice President, for yearly recognition with university.
Vice President(s) (a) Shall recruit and designate committees for organizing GRAB events. (b) Shall advise the student development committee. (c) Shall inform new members of GRAB about its purposes. (d) Shall ensure that the projects sponsored by GRAB conform to the university regulations and all applicable laws. (e) Shall serve on Graduate Student Advisory Council for the College. (f) Shall be responsible, along with the President, for yearly recognition with the university. (g) In the absence of the President, reside over regularly schedule and special meetings.
Treasurer (a) Shall keep records on the finances, collect monies, make deposits and withdrawals and be responsible for paying all the financial responsibilities of the GRAB. (b) Shall prepare the annual budget proposal for the following school year in cooperation with the other officers. (c) Shall be prepared to inform members about the state of the budget upon request. (d) Shall maintain the GRAB inventory list.
Communication Chair/Co-chairs (a) Shall record and distribute the minutes of each GRAB meeting, including the issues voted upon during the meetings. (b) Shall ensure the proper communication channels to inform others about GRAB events and activities. (c) Shall handle general GRAB correspondences, including inviting other program persons to GRAB functions. (d) Shall take roll at all meetings and keep accurate attendance records. (e) Shall work with other student organizations to organize and create an inter-dialogue with other graduate organizations on campus for upcoming GRAB events. (f) Shall be the GRAB Web Master and the Communication Officer. (g) Shall manage social networking sites for GRAB (e.g. Facebook) (h) Shall manage GRAB board on the fifth floor of Harrington Tower.
Program Chair/Co-Chairs (a) Shall be responsible for planning and coordinating GRAB educational events, including Brown Bag programs and department forums, designed to meet the needs of both local and distance students and that are relevant to the major programs within the department. (b) Shall be the GRAB representative for the university's Graduate Student Council (GSC).
Distant Student Liaison (a) Shall be responsible for communicating with distant students on a monthly basis.
Organizational Liaison (a) Shall be responsible for meeting with ASTD/SHRM for a list of meetings/events and work with communication chair to either email information to students or post on our website. (b) Shall be responsible for searching out any other organizations that would benefit GRAB graduate students and share information.
HRD Liaison (a) Research upcoming conferences or HRD events to distribute information to HRD students. (b) Meet with professors and HRD students to create a Student spotlight on a HRD graduate student.
Adult Education Liaison (a) Research upcoming conferences for Adult Education events to distribute information to Adult Education students. (b) Meet with professors and Adult Education students to create a Student spotlight on an Adult Education graduate student.
K-12 Liaison (a) Research upcoming conferences for K-12 events to distribute information to K-12 students. 4 (b) Meet with professors and K-12 students to create a Student spotlight on an K-12 graduate student.
Higher Education Liaison (a) Research upcoming conferences for Higher Education events to distribute information to Higher Education students. (b) Meet with professors and Higher Education students to create a Student spotlight on an Higher Education graduate student.