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=Delineated Duties=
[http://hours.asuw.org/index.php?user=asuwbdpg Office Hours]
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=Introduction=
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Hey everybody!
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<center>'''ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
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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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My name is Mike Snowden, this year's ASUW Director of Programming.
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The Director of Programming shall:
  
I'm going to start off my just saying congratulations for taking the step to check out what I do and what YOU could be doing! Given the rest of board does its fair share of networking and community rounds, I really like my job. I get to work extensively with as many of the Registered Student Organizations as my big, giant heart of awesomeness sees fit. But really, I love it. I work with RSOs to put on programs that benefit not only their club or group, but on multiple occasions, the campus at large. The job position really fits with anyone desiring a business-y major, such like marketing, business, or even Economics. Not saying anyone else would be great, because what this job takes is a lot of creativity and desire to really get things out there.  I love it, and it is really a great position to be associated with.
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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;
  
As a head's up, you probably have already noticed my vernacular to be kind of "out of the ordinary" with what you might consider to be a professional language- and that's just who I am. I speak in a very "as-my-self" kind of talk, where you won't really notice the difference between talking to me and reading anything I write. I find it to be more personable at times, especially in my blog (as you'll notice is linked at the bottom of the WIKI). For example, in a sentence or two, you will read me catching on to something I have done a lot in the last couple of paragraphs. Like "wow, haha, notice how many times I said 'notice' in that last paragraph?" Cause really, I did just say it a lot..or at least felt like I did.
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:b. Oversee and coordinate all general and inter-ASUW collaborative programming;
  
But I digress.
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:c. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to Arts & Entertainment;
  
This is me, Mike Snowden, Director of Programming. I enjoy my job and in this WIKI, I am going to break down for you my projects through the year, the hits, the misses, and the things that I now or think should be done better in the future.
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:d. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to the Student Health Consortium;
  
HUZZAH!
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:e. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to Rainy Dawg Radio;
  
To visit Mike's Blog go to: http://mikesprogblog.blogspot.com
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:f. Serve as the Board of Directors liaison to the Special Appropriations Committee;
  
=Job Description=
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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;
  
Pushing the constitution, here is what I would tell anyone interested in the job, what I believe the job description to be:
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:h. Serve as Chair of the Homecoming Planning Committee, with emphasis in programming;
 
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You help to organize the thoughts and processes involved in campus-wide programming, and then you get the word out. Honestly, that's what I do. And campus-wide doesn't always mean it's a huge program that's as massive and incredible as the Fall Fling concert or Homecoming, but it means you put yourself out there to the campus to lend a hand. For example, I had a student come in to the office today and wanted to know what he had to do to put on a hip-hop concert. I told him to plan out what dates he was looking at, what kind of marketing he was thinking about doing, and then general assessment of the event. Then I said, bring to me what you then have, by say, Wednesday, and I'll help you narrow some things down and really put focus where it's needed, and what to do about funding.  I like to be the one to help out to get things going. It makes me feel like my job is being completed one step-at-a-time.
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Aside from helping others, there is also room for you to do your own programming, your own event(s). This is fun, since after you've been behind the desk for a couple rounds, you start to realize all the loops that need to be jumped, who needs to be talked to, what process is involved, and then from there, you know what exactly you can do and how to do it.
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=Delineated Duties=
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<center>'''ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
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<br>BYLAWS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS'''
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'''<br>ARTICLE I, SECTION V'''</center>
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Exerpt from ASUW Bylaws Article I Section 5, (C) 5
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The Director of Programming shall:
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:a. Chair the Publicity and Programming Committee;  
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:i. Serve as Chair of the Programming Committee;
  
:b. Assist the Director of Diversity Efforts in diversity programming;  
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:j. Assist all Board members in programming efforts;
  
:c. Manage the Programming Blog and related wbsite information;
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:k. Meet quarterly with the Personnel Director;
  
:d. Oversee and maintain the Husky Pride Fund;
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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;
  
:e. Establish and maintain relationships with the University of Washington Alumni Association Homecoming event.  
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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;
  
:f. Act as a resource to Registered Student Organizations and commissions on programming guidelines;
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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;
  
:g. Coordinate all general programming, and act as the Board liaison to Arts and Entertainment, the Committee Organizing Rape Education (CORE), and act as liaison to the Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Awareness Committee;  
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:o. Submit Quarterly Reports as assigned by the Director of Policy and Procedures and the Personnel Director;
  
:h. Work with the Vice-President to create association wide promotional and informational materials and update as needed;
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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
  
:i. Complete all other related tasks involving the Association not delineated in the Bylaws and as assigned by the ASUW President, with review from the Board of Directors
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:q. Complete a transition binder to be submitted to the Personnel Director by the end of Spring Quarter.
  
 
=Current and Past Directors=
 
=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]]
 
*[[Michael Snowden, ASUW Director of Programming 2008-2009]]
 
*[[Michael Snowden, ASUW Director of Programming 2008-2009]]
 
*[[Adriana Hilliard, ASUW Director of Programming 2007-2008]]
 
*[[Adriana Hilliard, ASUW Director of Programming 2007-2008]]
*[[Tyler J. Dockins, ASUW Director of Programming 2006-2007]]
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*[[Tyler J. Dockins]], ASUW Director of Programming 2006-2007
 
*[[Ezana "EZ" Emmanuel, ASUW Director of Programming 2005-2006]]
 
*[[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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