Monday, March 4, 2013

TWU Staff Council: That's the Spirit

The TWU Staff Council was "organized to foster a spirit of
unified community among staff members of Texas Woman's
University and to provide opportunities for their democratic
representation."  TWU Staff Council Constitution
Every day that the libraries of TWU are open, library staff members are hard at work making a broad array of services available to patrons--whether they're students, faculty or staff members, visitors or friends.  At the same time, the libraries recognize that every TWU department and staff member is a part of the larger university community, and as such have additional roles to play.

The TWU Staff Council--organized to foster a spirit of unified community among staff members of Texas Woman's University--provides a forum for every TWU staff member to get involved, keep informed and make their voice heard regarding our university community.

WHAT THE LIBRARIES DO
The TWU Staff Council plays an integral role in the quality of campus life for staff members, and we are proud to say that the libraries are well-represented on the Council and on several of its committees.


WHAT YOU CAN DO
If you're a TWU staff member . . .

Get involved by visiting the TWU Staff Council webpage; becoming familiar with the TWU Staff Council Constitution and Bylaws; and finding out who your TWU Staff Council representative(s) is/are;

Keep informed by visiting the TWU Staff Council webpage regularly; and

Make your voice heard by contacting the Staff Council or your representative(s) with any questions you have, comments you wish to make, or issues you wish to raise.

Please congratulate Caitlin Rodgers, the TWU Staff Council's new president-elect, when you stop by the Blagg-Huey Library's Circulation Desk.  Caitlin has been proactive in shaping library and campus life since beginning her tenure at TWU Libraries in February of 2011, and we couldn't be prouder of herCongrats, Caitlin!


~Sandy Cochran and Caroline Pendleton

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