AUSU This Month

CHAT WITH AUSU ONLINE

If you have a question for AUSU, or would like to get to know your council, drop by the chat-room [accessible through the ‘Message Forums’ option on the AUSU home page http://www.ausu.org. You will need an AUSU web site account.] during one of our chat times and talk live with AUSU council members or your Voice editor. All times are MST

Sunday, July 20 – 6:00 PM – Councillors Nick and Sandra
Wednesday, July 23 – 9:00 AM – Sandra
Monday, July 28 – 10:00 AM – Councillor Shirley
Thursday, July 31 – 4:00 PM – Shirley
Friday, August 1 – 7:00 PM – Councillor Karl
Saturday, August 2 – 2:00 PM – Voice Editor Tamra
Tuesday, August 5 – 2:00 PM – Karl

More chat times to be posted soon:

WATCH YOUR MAILBOX!

The second AUSU newsletter will be arriving in mailboxes this week. Watch for it, and be sure to enter the contest to win great AUSU prizes. An online version will be available shortly.

NEW FEATURED TUTOR ON THE AUSU WEB SITE

Nanci Langford

History and Women’s Studies

Nanci Langford is a tutor in History and Women’s Studies, currently teaching the six courses that make up the core requirements for a degree in Women’s Studies.

For the next year, until August 2004 she is also an acting coordinator of Women’s Studies. Nanci began her career with Athabasca in 1992…

Read more at: http://www.ausu.org/tutor/index.php

AUSU COMMITTEES SEEK MEMBERS

AUSU Committees are looking for student members who can volunteer just a few hours a month to answer email or attend teleconferences. Anyone who wants to become involved with AUSU Student Council can gain great experience and insight through committee work.

The External Committee, chaired by Shirley Barg, needs representatives from Atlantic Canada, Saskatchewan, and Northern Canada. Contact Shirley at sbarg@ausu.org if you would like to get involved, and help improve services to AU students in your area.

The Academic Committee is back up and running under chair Tamra Ross Low. We will be working on ways to help assess student satisfaction with AU’s academic services, and need student input into how we should collect data, and what questions we should be asking. Contact Tamra at trosslow@ausu.org for more information.

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