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Beginning in the 2011-2012 term the ASUW Vice President is responsible for the strategic planning and goal setting for the ASUW and serves as the liaison to the Bike Shop, Off-Campus Housing Affairs, and the Experimental College. In coordination with the Finance and Budget Director, the Vice President develops financial and operating plans for the association and oversee association-wide initiatives.
 
Beginning in the 2011-2012 term the ASUW Vice President is responsible for the strategic planning and goal setting for the ASUW and serves as the liaison to the Bike Shop, Off-Campus Housing Affairs, and the Experimental College. In coordination with the Finance and Budget Director, the Vice President develops financial and operating plans for the association and oversee association-wide initiatives.
 
=110th Session of the Associated Students of the University of Washington Vice President=
 
 
===[[Eric Shellan]]===
 
 
'''Goals for 2010-2011'''
 
 
As future leaders and employers, students are the drivers of our economy. We are 42,000 strong and fully capable of making a difference. This last session, we influenced legislators to reject unfavorable bills for students while maintaining the State Need Grant, which funds the Husky Promise.
 
 
I promise to bring more students to the table and continue to fight for our rights. Education should be the last thing to cut.
 
 
'''BRINGING STUDENTS TO THE TABLE'''
 
 
Our voice is absolutely critical. I will ensure that students are heard by fighting for representation on all University decision-making bodies. I will also reach out into the community to promote student views on local issues such as safety and transportation.
 
 
As your Vice President, I will take the initiative to bring students to the table through active recruitment, leadership development and a support network for our volunteers.
 
 
'''EXPANDING FINANCIAL AID'''
 
 
I have battled to maintain funding for our students as the Assistant Director in ASUW's Office of Government Relations. And as Vice President, I will continue my work in Olympia to preserve the State Need Grant and reinstate the other financial aid programs.
 
 
Our work with the Washington delegation in the nation's capital has already paid off — a major student loan reform bill just passed, funneling tens of billions of dollars back into higher education.
 
 
'''PROVIDING ACCESIBILE TRANSPORTATION FOR STUDENTS'''
 
 
With tuition on the rise, the last thing we need to worry about is another price spike in the U-PASS. I have and will continue to work with students, administrators and local governments this year to keep the U-PASS program affordable.
 
 
=109th Session of the Associated Students of the University of Washington Vice President=
 
 
 
 
===[[Madeleine McKenna]]===
 
 
'''Goals for 2009-2010'''
 
 
Make ASUW a stronger advocate for student voice
 
 
*Recruit proactive and qualified ASUW volunteers to monitor the university budget and use of student fees on ASUW, university, and faculty committees.
 
*Amplify the impact of students in university governance by providing continued support and leadership development opportunities for all current ASUW volunteers.
 
*Facilitate communication between ASUW volunteers, Student Senate, and the Board of Directors to make sure that all of the Association’s moving parts are working in tandem.
 
*Build a diverse applicant pool for ASUW volunteer positions and integrate historically marginalized communities within student government.
 
 
Make ASUW responsive, accountable, and relevant to the student body it serves
 
*Expand on existing projects to increase the transparency of the ASUW and increase student awareness about what ASUW is and what it does.
 
*Hold the ASUW accountable to its stated purpose and goals, as well as hold Board of Directors members accountable to campaign promises.
 
*Open ongoing lines of communication between ASUW and other student groups.
 
 
Empower and inspire an active student citizenry.
 
*Increase opportunities for volunteerism in the ASUW through new projects and programs such as ASUW Ambassadors, a new student government outreach program.
 
*Host forums to promote cross-campus collaboration and dialogue among student groups, including a student leadership summit.
 
*Foster a more caring, personal, and unified campus culture through such initiatives as a peer mentorship program for all incoming UW students.
 
  
 
=Delineated Duties=
 
=Delineated Duties=
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The Vice President shall:  
 
The Vice President shall:  
  
A. Discharge the duties of the President in case of the latter's absence, resignation, or forfeiture of office;
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A. Discharge the duties of the President in case of the latter's absence, resignation, or forfeiture of office;
 
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B. Serve as a member of the Board of Directors;
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C. Maintain permanent of committee memberships, appointing authorities, terms of appointments,and mandated information;
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D. Maintain files of all ASUW applicants to University positions and non-paid ASUW positions;
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E. Maintain files of names and addresses of all current ASUW representatives and of all persons holding non-paid positions;
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F. Determine vacant ASUW, University, and non-paid positions for the year;
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G. Work with the Publicity and Programming Committee to advertise open positions and recruit volunteers;
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H. Coordinate with the Director of Diversity Efforts to recruit diverse applicant pools for volunteer appointments;
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I. Coordinate and supervise the interviewing for non-paid ASUW positions following the open selection process as defined in Article VI § 1 B;
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J. Submit nomination and appointment bills for ASUW non-paid positions and University appointments;  
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K. Notify appointing authorities and appropriate University administrators of ASUW nominations and appointments to University Committees;  
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B. Serve as a member of the Board of Directors;
  
L. Monitor and advise the Board of Directors of any delinquencies in ASUW appointments to University positions and ASUW non-paid positions;  
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C. Support the President as Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer for the Association;
  
M. Determine with the University Registrar that ASUW nominations and appointments are undergraduate students with at least six credit hours or graduate students with at least four credit hours;  
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D. Chair the Governance Committee;
  
N. Establish the open-selection process, in collaboration with the Personnel Director, to be approved by the Board of Directors by the end of the second week of Fall Quarter;  
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E. Meet regularly with the Personnel and Finance and Budget Directors to review and manage internal
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operations of the ASUW;
  
O. Prepare reports to the Board of Directors on ASUW volunteer appointments;  
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F. Develop financial and operating plans with the Finance and Budget Director for the association and
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oversee association-wide initiatives;
  
P. Schedule
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G. Responsible for strategic planning and goal setting;
  
Q. Serve as ASUW liaison to ASUW representatives on University committees, and inform said representatives of all ASUW policies, resolutions, and stances relevant to their committees;  
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H. Serve as the BOD liaison to the Experimental College, the Bike Shop, and Off-Campus Housing Affairs;
  
R. Compile quarterly reports from all ASUW representatives on University committees.
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I. Perform all necessary oversight of the Association’s enterprises;
  
S. Complete quarterly reports for Fall and Winter Quarters, which detail his/her work during that quarter, and submit to the Personnel Director by the second week of the following quarter;  
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J. Work with the enterprises to develop a business plan and monitor their performance under that plan on a
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regular basis;
  
T. Maintain accountability for twenty-five work hours per week, including twenty scheduled office hours,during which time the Vice President's activities and/or whereabouts are known to the front office staff;(meetings and appointments may be scheduled during this time). The remaining five hours shall be utilized to complete projects, schedule meetings and appointments, or otherwise facilitate the work of the ASUW. A schedule of these hours shall be submitted to the Personnel Director by the first week of each quarter;  
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K. Work with the Experimental College, the Bike Shop, and Off-Campus Housing Affairs to develop goals
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and strategies for the year and monitor their performance under that plan on a regular basis;
  
U. Shall meet with the ASUW Personnel Director at the beginning of each quarter to establish the responsibilities and allocation of their Administrative Assistant for that respective quarter. This shall be submitted for approval to the President no later than the second week of each quarter;  
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L. Work with the Experimental College, the Bike Shop, and Off-Campus Housing Affairs to develop a set
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of specific benchmarks and metrics to measure their success, and report to the Board of Directors weekly
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on enterprises' level of progress in achieving these benchmarks;
  
V. Complete initiated projects as directed by the ASUW President.  
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M. Approve any major changes in policy, procedure, or strategy undertaken by the enterprises, and report
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any such changes to the BOD. If the Vice President rejects a proposal by an entity, both must attend a
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Board of Directors meeting within the next three weeks in which the proposal is subject to a vote by the
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Board of Directors;
  
W. Initiate projects as necessary;  
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N. Work with the Personnel Director to recommend necessary sanctions or other corrective action to the
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BOD with the Experimental College and the Bike Shop;
  
X. Schedule quarterly ASUW Board of Director Forums.
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O. Collect and review annual reports detailing enterprises' long-term vision and goals, and work with the
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Director of Policy and Procedures to ensure that quarterly reports reflect long-term plans;
  
Y. Conduct a yearly survey on student needs, ASUW recognition and suggestions.
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P. Maintain accountability for twenty-five work hours per week, including twenty scheduled office hours,
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during which time the Vice President's activities and/or whereabouts are known to the front office staff
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(meetings and appointments may be scheduled during this time). The remaining five hours shall be utilized
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to complete projects, schedule meetings and appointments, or otherwise facilitate the work of the ASUW.
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A schedule of these hours shall be submitted to the Personnel Director by the first week of each quarter;
  
Z. Attend all regularly scheduled Board of Directors meetings or special Board of Directors
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Q. Meet with the ASUW Personnel Director at the beginning of each quarter to establish the
meetings unless officially excused by the President or the Personnel Director; and
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responsibilities and allocation of their Administrative Assistant for that respective quarter. This shall be
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submitted for approval to the President no later than the second week of each quarter;
  
AA. Coordinate with the Board of Directors to update the ASUW mission statement as necessary.
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R. Complete initiated projects as directed by the ASUW President;
  
BB. Act as official liason to the UW Leaders
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S. Attend all regularly scheduled Board of Directors meetings or special Board of Directors meetings
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unless officially excused by the President or the Personnel Director.
  
 
=Current and Past Vice Presidents=
 
=Current and Past Vice Presidents=

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The ASUW Vice President is responsible for appointing all ASUW representatives to external governing committees, i.e. University committees and Faculty Councils. He/she is also responsible for working with the volunteers throughout the quarter to ensure that the needs of students are well represented on each of these committees and to keep the Board of Directors up to date on pertinent issues that affect students.

The Vice President also serves as the liaison to the UW Leaders program in order to keep the Board of Directors up to date on the progress and success of the program.

Finally, the Vice President serves in all the capacities in which the President is unavailable.

Beginning in the 2011-2012 term the ASUW Vice President is responsible for the strategic planning and goal setting for the ASUW and serves as the liaison to the Bike Shop, Off-Campus Housing Affairs, and the Experimental College. In coordination with the Finance and Budget Director, the Vice President develops financial and operating plans for the association and oversee association-wide initiatives.

Delineated Duties

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON


BYLAWS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS


ARTICLE I, SECTION II


The Vice President shall:

A. Discharge the duties of the President in case of the latter's absence, resignation, or forfeiture of office;

B. Serve as a member of the Board of Directors;

C. Support the President as Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer for the Association;

D. Chair the Governance Committee;

E. Meet regularly with the Personnel and Finance and Budget Directors to review and manage internal operations of the ASUW;

F. Develop financial and operating plans with the Finance and Budget Director for the association and oversee association-wide initiatives;

G. Responsible for strategic planning and goal setting;

H. Serve as the BOD liaison to the Experimental College, the Bike Shop, and Off-Campus Housing Affairs;

I. Perform all necessary oversight of the Association’s enterprises;

J. Work with the enterprises to develop a business plan and monitor their performance under that plan on a regular basis;

K. Work with the Experimental College, the Bike Shop, and Off-Campus Housing Affairs to develop goals and strategies for the year and monitor their performance under that plan on a regular basis;

L. Work with the Experimental College, the Bike Shop, and Off-Campus Housing Affairs to develop a set of specific benchmarks and metrics to measure their success, and report to the Board of Directors weekly on enterprises' level of progress in achieving these benchmarks;

M. Approve any major changes in policy, procedure, or strategy undertaken by the enterprises, and report any such changes to the BOD. If the Vice President rejects a proposal by an entity, both must attend a Board of Directors meeting within the next three weeks in which the proposal is subject to a vote by the Board of Directors;

N. Work with the Personnel Director to recommend necessary sanctions or other corrective action to the BOD with the Experimental College and the Bike Shop;

O. Collect and review annual reports detailing enterprises' long-term vision and goals, and work with the Director of Policy and Procedures to ensure that quarterly reports reflect long-term plans;

P. Maintain accountability for twenty-five work hours per week, including twenty scheduled office hours, during which time the Vice President's activities and/or whereabouts are known to the front office staff (meetings and appointments may be scheduled during this time). The remaining five hours shall be utilized to complete projects, schedule meetings and appointments, or otherwise facilitate the work of the ASUW. A schedule of these hours shall be submitted to the Personnel Director by the first week of each quarter;

Q. Meet with the ASUW Personnel Director at the beginning of each quarter to establish the responsibilities and allocation of their Administrative Assistant for that respective quarter. This shall be submitted for approval to the President no later than the second week of each quarter;

R. Complete initiated projects as directed by the ASUW President;

S. Attend all regularly scheduled Board of Directors meetings or special Board of Directors meetings unless officially excused by the President or the Personnel Director.

Current and Past Vice Presidents

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