Staff Committees 2020-2021
This committee's charge is to review institutional priorities, to educate the community, and to address current and future concerns related to accessibility issues accross the campus.
This committee's charge is to plan the annual show of artistic works by college staff and faculty.
This committee's charge is to continue its collaboration with Growing Seeds to ensure the success of the childcare center.
Committee on Diversity
The Committee on Diversity is charged with monitoring the programs and policies adopted by the college in pursuing its commitment to diversity and making recommendations about recruitment and under-represented ethnic and racial groups.
Staff Committee on Diversity
The Staff Committee on Diversity will make recommendations to senior leadership that it believes would lead to the enhanced recruitment and retention of staff from underrepresented and historically marginalized groups, especially racial and ethnic groups. The Staff CoD will also make recommendations to senior leadership to promote inclusive and culturally responsive practices within the college’s departments and across its units. In partnership with the Office for Institutional Diversity and the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Staff CoD will promote education, communication, and dialogue between and among campus constituencies on issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity.
This committee's charge is to develop and enact policies for the use of information technology at Reed College.
This committee's charge is to evaluate the Staff Excellence Award nominations received each spring, referring 0-3 recipients to the president for approval.
Composition: the prior year's recipient(s), plus one recipient from two years prior
This committee’s charge is to plan Gray Fund social, recreational and educational events for the community.
Term: 2 academic years, staggered terms
This committee's charge is to educate members of the community about the meaning and importance of honorable conduct. Additionally, this committee provides advice to students seeking resolution of disputes and to informally mediate such disputes prior to more formal action.
Composition: students, faculty, and staff; an equal number of each
Term: 3 academic years; staggered terms
This committee's charge is to review and formally respond with recommendations to community-wide legislative proposals. Committee recommendations are communicated to the Community Affairs Committee, student body Senate, and staff, regardless of who initiated the proposal. Recommendations may include consulting with experts and/or interested parties, forming an ad hoc committee for further evaluation, drafting legislation, or discouraging legislative actions.
Quality of Life
This committee's charge is to make recommendations to improve the quality of work life for faculty and staff. Such reccomendations are to be made after study of the literature on employee success and what makes a great place to work.
Term: staff: 3 academic years, staggered terms
Reed Entertainers Show
This committee's charge is to plan the annual talent show for staff and faculty.
This committee's charge is to assist in planning and coordinating all-community meetings (Reed Unions) when matters of specific relevance to the Reed community arise.
Term: 2 academic years; staggered terms
Brittney Corrigan-McElroy Conference and Events Planning
Sabrina Smith Alumni Programs & Annual Fund
Kris Cohen Faculty
Alex Montgomery Faculty
This committee's charge is to give employees the opportunity to play an important role in keeping our workplace free of hazards. Members attend monthly meetings and conduct quarterly building inspections.
Sexual Misconduct Board
This committee's charge is to hear cases brought by any member of the Reed community against any individual who has allegedly committed an act of sexual misconduct while a member of the student body.
Composition: should consist of at least 6 staff together with all members of the student judicial board.
Staff Recognition Lunch
This committee's charge is to plan the annual recognition lunch to celebrate staff and their service milestones and to present the Staff Excellence Award.
This committee's charge is to make recommendations to college leadership that advance our environmental sustainability.
Take Your Child to Work Day
This committee's charge is to plan and coordinate the annual event for children of staff and faculty which will take place on April 22, 2021.
This committee's charge is to develop, promote, and implement programs to enhance the health and well-being of Reed community members.