Madison Academic Staff Network Members,
Plan to come enjoy great food and great company as we kick off the 2016-17 year with our annual breakfast on Wednesday, September 28th at the University Club from 8:00 to 9:00 am. On the menu will be vegetarian quiche, sausage/bacon, pastries, granola & yogurt, scones, muffins, and fresh fruit.
Please register for the breakfast before Wednesday, September 21th by following this link.
At the breakfast, membership will vote on approving any amendments to our bylaws. A copy of the proposed updates to the bylaws are attached. Please take a look at the bylaws and come with any questions you might have. Please also note that only members are able to vote.
There is no cost to members for attending the breakfast. So come out and enjoy a breakfast on us! If you have colleagues who are interested in becoming part of the Network, bring them with you! Just have them register for breakfast at the link above and they can pay the $10 annual membership fee at the door too.
We are looking forward to seeing you and celebrating the start to another great year!
MASA members, the annual Spring Luncheon is coming up!
Please join us Monday May 9th from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the University Club.
Our featured speaker is Diana Hess, Dean of the School of Education at UW-Madison.
Please register by May 3rd. Cost is $6 for lunch; or $16 buys you lunch AND a 2016-17 MASA membership renewal!
Come learn about Legislative Redistricting in Wisconsin. Bring your lunch for this brown bag presentation featuring David Canon, Leon Epstein Faculty Fellow in the UW-Madison Political Science Department.
Tuesday, April 12th from Noon-1:00pm at Union South (Check TITU for room)
Nuclear Reactor Tour of the College of Engineering’s 1-MW thermal nuclear reactor.
Due to security around the nuclear reactor, we need to provide a full list of participants in advance. You must RSVP before the end of the day on Feb 25th. No admittance will be allowed without advance registration. Sorry, no exceptions!
RSVP by following this link!
Tour is scheduled for Thursday, March 10th from noon-1pm.
Brownbag presentation on the History and Culture of the Native American Tribes of Wisconsin featuring Aaron Bird Bear, Interim Assistant Dean of Student Diversity Programs at UW-Madison.
Thurs., Feb 25, from noon-1:00 in Union South
This is a great way to learn more about the rich culture of native American tribes who also call our state home!