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= Homecoming =
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=Delineated Duties=
  
== Homecoming 2006==
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<center>'''ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
''Homecoming'' has always been a challenge within the last few years because of limited resources to the ASUW.  With the 2006-2007 school year the Director of Programming had no existing budget for general Homecoming activities.  Thus, co-sponsors had to be aggressively pursued.  Often times, this includes RHSA, IFC, Panhellenic, HFS, ASUW A&E, OMA, OVPSL, the Daily and primarily the UW Alumni Association.  Depending on the year, co-sponsors may differ.  Ultimately, it is important to stress that the process begins early and that the communication is clear between all involved parties.  The best situation may be to have each organization focus on one or two aspects/events of Homecoming and focus on doing them well.  Delegation and simplicity is the key.
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<br>BYLAWS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS'''
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'''<br>ARTICLE I, SECTION 7'''</center>
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=== Promotional Materials ===
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The Director of Programming shall:
''Promotional materials'' are imperative in all advertising efforts for the Homecoming festivities.  In the 2006-2007 Homecoming, the ASUW, RHSA, IFC and Panhellenic organizations all came together with the UW Alumni Association to conceptualize the images that would be used for Homecoming.  It was agreed upon by a majority of the parties that we wanted to capture the spirit of a traditional homecoming that usually rallied around football, but it was also stressed that we should stay away from a Homecoming that solely centered on the football team. The final images incorporated the collegiate and scholastic nature of the University of Washington.  We felt that we have had a number of major academic achievements and we wanted to showcase that.  The images can be found below.
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[[Image:UWHomecoming.jpg]] 
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:a. Serve as a member of the Board of Directors and attend all regularly-scheduled Board of Directors meetings unless officially excused by the President or Personnel Director;
  
=== Homecoming Dawgsled Competition ===
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:b. Oversee and coordinate all general and inter-ASUW collaborative programming;
  
The overall goal of the Homecoming Dawgsled Competition was to incorporate some activity that helped build a sense of community on the UW campus, while ensuring that there was more widescale participation across different groups on campus. Traditionally within the past few years, the ASUW has experienced the organization of competive events between the IFC/Panhellenic organizations and the RHSA, or other forms of class competitions. 
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:c. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to Arts & Entertainment;
  
The concept of the event was that the ASUW would organize a 'mini-float' competition among Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) where each of the competing organizations would have the opportunity to win a given prize dedicated to event/organization support.  ASUW was able to obtain various prizes from a number of organizations, which include:
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:d. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to the Student Health Consortium;
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*$2,000 grand prize given by the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Life
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:e. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to Rainy Dawg Radio;
* $500 prize for RSO Spirit given by the Office of Minority Affairs
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* 1 Full-page, color Daily advertisement for Design given by The Daily
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:f. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to the Special Appropriations Committee;
* Chipotle Burritos for up to 25 people for Husky Spirit given by the UW Alumni Association
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* Bellaccino and pizza party for Creativity given by Tullys
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:g. Assist members from Arts & Entertainment and Rainy Dawg Radio to pursue joint programming and promotions, and continue as needed or desired;
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Additionally, the ASUW experienced an extensive financial crunch in the 2006-2007 school year. With limited use of funds and no official Homecoming line-item, ASUW needed to be a little creative in acquire funds for such an events which resulted in the prizes previously listed. The ASUW felt that it was necessary to have such a large grand prize in order to compel organization to have a certain amount of buy-in with the event and have enough participation to make it successful. Additionally, the other prizes were need in order to effectively honor all efforts because many other organizations would indefinitely make some amazing floats.  In the end, all prizes were oriented to help each RSO in some fashion, whether it was some financial contribution towards event support, or prizes that could be used to build more community and excitement within the RSO.
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:h. Serve as Chair of the Homecoming Planning Committee, with emphasis in programming;
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:i. Serve as Chair of the Programming Committee;
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:j. Assist all Board members in programming efforts;
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:k. Meet quarterly with the Personnel Director;
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:l. Work with liaison entities to develop goals and strategies for the year to develop a set of specific benchmarks and metrics to measure their successes, and report to the Board of Directors on programs’ levels of progress in achieving these benchmarks;
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:m. Work with the Personnel Director to resolve conflicts and job description issues with liaison employees. If needed, work with them to recommend necessary sanctions or other corrective action according to the ASUW Personnel Policy;
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:n. Meet with Student Activities Office adviser as needed and upon request, as well as participating in a quarterly evaluation process;
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:o. Submit Quarterly Reports as assigned by the Director of Policy and Procedures and the Personnel Director;
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:p. Attend ASUW mandatory training sessions and staff meetings, including but limited to the ASUW Autumn Orientation and ASUW Personnel meetings; and
  
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:q. Complete a transition binder to be submitted to the Personnel Director by the end of Spring Quarter.
  
[[User: tyler.dockins]] 15:29, 6 November 2006 (PST)
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=Current and Past Directors=
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*[[Kelli Feeley]], Director of Programming 2013-2014
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*[[Ryan Perrizo]], Director of Programming 2012-2013
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*[[Robert Higa]], Director of Programming 2011-2012
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*[[Sam Weinstein]], Director of Programming 2010-2011
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*[[Kyle Fuller, ASUW Director of Programming 2009-2010]]
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*[[Michael Snowden, ASUW Director of Programming 2008-2009]]
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*[[Adriana Hilliard, ASUW Director of Programming 2007-2008]]
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*[[Tyler J. Dockins]], ASUW Director of Programming 2006-2007
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*[[Ezana "EZ" Emmanuel, ASUW Director of Programming 2005-2006]]

Latest revision as of 17:41, 8 April 2014

[edit] Delineated Duties

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON


BYLAWS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS


ARTICLE I, SECTION 7


The Director of Programming shall:

a. Serve as a member of the Board of Directors and attend all regularly-scheduled Board of Directors meetings unless officially excused by the President or Personnel Director;
b. Oversee and coordinate all general and inter-ASUW collaborative programming;
c. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to Arts & Entertainment;
d. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to the Student Health Consortium;
e. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to Rainy Dawg Radio;
f. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to the Special Appropriations Committee;
g. Assist members from Arts & Entertainment and Rainy Dawg Radio to pursue joint programming and promotions, and continue as needed or desired;
h. Serve as Chair of the Homecoming Planning Committee, with emphasis in programming;
i. Serve as Chair of the Programming Committee;
j. Assist all Board members in programming efforts;
k. Meet quarterly with the Personnel Director;
l. Work with liaison entities to develop goals and strategies for the year to develop a set of specific benchmarks and metrics to measure their successes, and report to the Board of Directors on programs’ levels of progress in achieving these benchmarks;
m. Work with the Personnel Director to resolve conflicts and job description issues with liaison employees. If needed, work with them to recommend necessary sanctions or other corrective action according to the ASUW Personnel Policy;
n. Meet with Student Activities Office adviser as needed and upon request, as well as participating in a quarterly evaluation process;
o. Submit Quarterly Reports as assigned by the Director of Policy and Procedures and the Personnel Director;
p. Attend ASUW mandatory training sessions and staff meetings, including but limited to the ASUW Autumn Orientation and ASUW Personnel meetings; and
q. Complete a transition binder to be submitted to the Personnel Director by the end of Spring Quarter.

[edit] Current and Past Directors

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