July 14, 2009,
Volume 56, No. 01
PPSA Board 2010
The Penn Professional Staff Assembly announced the election results from May 28, 2009.
Chair-Elect: Ken Grcich, College Houses & Academic Services (CHAS)
Members At-large, 2009-2011:
Aviva Hirschfeld, Penn Student Agencies
Troy Majnerick, CHAS
Glenn Stieffenhofer, Housing Services
Tom Wilson, Penn Libraries
These new members will join current PPSA board members; visit www.upenn.edu/ppsa.
PASEF 2010 Board
The Penn Association of Senior and Emeritus Faculty (PASEF) announced the results of its election.
President-Elect: Vivian Seltzer, Social Policy & Practice
Secretary: Elsa Ramsden, Nursing
At-Large member of the Executive Committee (3-year term)
Ross Webber, Wharton
Peter Conn, SAS, English
Rob Roy MacGregor, Medicine
Representative to the Faculty Senate Executive Committee: Sohrab Rabii, Engineering
They will join:
President: Neville Strumpf, Nursing
Past President: Gerald Porter, SAS, Mathematics
At-Large members of Executive Committee:
Jamshed Gandhi, Wharton
Sheldon Steinberg, Veterinary Medicine
Phoebe Leboy, Dental Medicine
James Davis, SAS, History
Lee Peachey, SAS, Biology
Roger Allen, SAS, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
University Club Board of Governors
The Annual Meeting of the University Club at Penn was held on April 30, 2009.
President: John N. Rudolph
Vice President: Henry Teune
Secretary: Beverly Edwards
Treasurer: Anthony Tomazinis
Janet Marie Ansert
Lawrence P. Montgomery
James J. Riley
All Penn faculty, staff, alumni and graduate students are invited to become members of the Club. For more information on the Club, see www.upenn.edu/universityclub, call (215) 898-4618 or e-mail email@example.com.
—Natalka A. Swavely, Club Coordinator
WPSA Nominations: July 30
The Weekly-Paid Professional Staff Assembly (WPSA) is seeking nominations for the following open offices: Chair-Elect (1); Secretary (1); Treasurer (2); Members At-large.
A description of each position can be viewed by going to www.upenn.edu/wpsa/Constitution.htm
Interested weekly-paid staff should forward a brief statement detailing their qualifications and why they want to serve. To nominate another weekly-paid employee make sure they are willing to run and that they can perform the duties required.
Letters of intent should be received no later than July 30 and sent via e-mail to Steven Hauber, firstname.lastname@example.org
—Steven Hauber, Chair, WPSA