A-3 Assembly

Nominations October 7...Election October 20

To all members of the A-3 Assembly:

We invite any eligible person to nominate one or more A-3s for membership on the Executive Board. You may nominate yourself. There are currently 12 vacancies on the Executive Board.

The Executive Board: Our present Constitution of the A-3 Assembly indicates that the Board may contain up to 20 members, each elected for a two-year term. The Board is the decision-making body of the Assembly.

Who is eligible? Any A-3 University staff member (which is defined as any full-time, weekly-paid employee not covered by a collective bargaining agreement is eligible to vote and run for office in the Assembly.

A Call for Nominations: You may nominate one or more A-3s or nominate yourself. If you are nominating someone else, your nomination letter should contain a statement that the nominee has agreed to serve if elected. Nomination letters should contain the name and place of work of the person being nominated as well as a brief statement indicating why you think he/she would make a good Board member. In publication, we may edit statements that are substantially longer than 25 words because of space.

Nominations should be sent to Donna M. Arthur, either via e-mail at darthur@oyez.law or via intramural mail to Law School/6204, no later than Wednesday, October 7, 1998.

Information about the Candidates and the Election: The list of nominees and their information will be printed in the October 13 edition of Almanac; it will go out over the listserv and be printed in The Daily Pennsylvanian the same week. Election day is scheduled for Tuesday, October 20, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.. The location is yet undetermined and will be included in the publications mentioned above. Voting will be by secret ballot and the results will be published in the October 27 issue of Almanac.

-- Donna M. Arthur, Recruitment Manager, Career Planning & Placement, Law School Chair, A-3 Assembly


Almanac, Vol. 45, No. 5, September 29, 1998

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