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Taskforces are temporary entities created to study something. At the end of a year they present their findings. The following year they may be renewed or begin the process of becoming ASUW committees. Their findings usually lead to a policy or structural change either in ASUW or the University's relationship to students and student services.
 
Taskforces are temporary entities created to study something. At the end of a year they present their findings. The following year they may be renewed or begin the process of becoming ASUW committees. Their findings usually lead to a policy or structural change either in ASUW or the University's relationship to students and student services.
  
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Semi-permanent Task Forces are called "Ongoing Student Interest Task Forces."
  
 
ASUW Bylaws Regarding Taskforces:
 
ASUW Bylaws Regarding Taskforces:

Revision as of 16:46, 4 February 2010

Taskforces are temporary entities created to study something. At the end of a year they present their findings. The following year they may be renewed or begin the process of becoming ASUW committees. Their findings usually lead to a policy or structural change either in ASUW or the University's relationship to students and student services.

Semi-permanent Task Forces are called "Ongoing Student Interest Task Forces."

ASUW Bylaws Regarding Taskforces:


ASUW Constitution Regarding Taskforces:

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