Staff Council News
Barbara Smith Women's Mentoring ProgramThe Barbara Smith Women’s Mentoring Program (BSWMP) is soliciting mentors and mentees for 2018! All are invited to attend our information session to learn more about the opportunity!
Giving TuesdayGiving Tuesday, a global day of giving, is observed on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. This year, Giving Tuesday is November 28 and Carnegie Mellon University is again turning #givingTuesday into #givingCMUday for a 24-hour day of giving.
113 Pounds of Peanut Butter Donated to the Food BankThe Parking & Transportation Services office collected 113 pounds (1,808 ounces) of peanut butter during their first "Peanut Butter for Citation Payment" campaign in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon University's Staff Council 24th Annual Food Drive.
Peanut Butter Parking Time!Parking & Transportation Services is adding an incentive for current permit holders to participate in their "Peanut Butter Parking Time" campaign.
Food DriveThis year marks the 1st year that CMU's Food Drive will run concurrently with the University of Pittsburgh’s Food Drive, sponsored by Pitt’s Staff Council. Both drives benefit the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
Better by Change, Not by Chance: A Message from the ChairRemarks on the presidential search and staff’s commitment to the university
Supervisor Challenge ProgramA six-part professional development series on becoming a more effective supervisor and leader—going beyond the ‘how’ to the ‘why’
At the Intersection: Professional Staff and LGBTQ+ IdentityReflecting on National LGBTQ+ History Month and Our Place at CMU
Our Progress on Parental LeaveStaff Council finalized a written proposal that points to a need for a paid parental leave benefit for staff at Carnegie Mellon University
Benefits and Fitness FairThe annual Benefits and Fitness Fair, co-hosted by Human Resources and Athletics, is held in conjunction with Open Enrollment.
Apply for the "A Day in the Life" Job Shadowing ProgramStaff members across the campus community dedicate themselves each day to supporting Carnegie Mellon’s mission and goals. A shadowing program, called “A Day in the Life,” is launching this October to provide an opportunity for staff to learn about how others are contributing to CMU and for staff to introduce others to their position and department contributions.
Staff Council Dedicates Book in Memory of Deceased Staff
Staff Council Dedicates Book in Memory of Deceased StaffFrank Lloyd Wright: Unpacking the Archive, by Berry Bergdoll and Jennifer Gray, was dedicated to staff who passed away in 2016.
The Andy Awards
The Andy AwardsStaff members whose work has had a significant impact on the university are recognized for their outstanding performance. Here's what you need to know about the 2017 Andy Awards.
Officer Elections and Leadership Transition 2017 - 2018