Academic Staff Institute 2012

Thursday, March 22, 2012
Academic Staff Institute

Union South, TITU
8:30 a.m – 2:30 p.m.

This event is hosted by the Madison Academic Staff Association (MASA), Provost’s Office, Academic Staff Executive Committee (ASEC), and the Office of the Secretary of the Academic Staff.


  • Please register here. Fee is $10; lunch is included.
  • All new ASPRO members will receive free registration to the Academic Staff Institute. To become a member of ASPRO, please visit New members should register for the conference but not pay the conference fee.
  • Registration Deadline: Friday, March 9, 2012
  • Payment is due at close of registration with exception of new ASPRO members. No cancellations after March 9.
  • The registration fee includes free membership for the remainder of the year to the Madison Academic Staff Association (MASA).
  • Membership includes invitations to tours and events as  well as reduced price for the luncheon in May.


  • Jon Erpenbach, State Senator, Keynote
  • Jim Wells, Grad School, “Engaging Your Strengths”
  • Dawn Crim, School of Education, “Striving for Work/Life Balance: Practical Tips to Get You Through the Week”
  • Don Schutt, Office of Human Resource Development, “Working Together to Achieve Shared Goals”
  • Daniel Okoli, University Architect, “Campus Design”
  • Harry Webne-Behrmen, Office of Human Resources, “Negotiating Difficult Conversations and Advocating for Yourself”
  • Gwen Drury, Community Partnerships Outreach (CPO) Staff Network/Division of Continuing Studies, “Wisconsin Idea:  Attitude, Not Platitude”
  • Kathleen Paris, Office of Quality Improvement, “Communicating with The Clover Practice”
  • Several Sessions On The HR Redesign Project

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