The College of SBS Staff Advisory Council (SBS-SAC)

  SBS-SAC Officers for 2014-2015

   Elena Stauffer, School of Journalism
   Ricky Salazar, SIRLS (School of Info Resources & Library Science)
   Margaret Yrun, Dept. of Mexican American Studies

   Courtney Waters
, SIROW (1-year term expires Spring 2015)

   Lupita Cruz, The Southwest Center (2-year term expires Spring 2016)

   Lupita Cruz, The Southwest Center

Meetings are the first Thursday of the month @ 9am in the Marshall Building, 845 N. Park Ave., Room 340 (third floor).
Our next meeting is Thursday, October 2, 2014.

What is the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Staff Advisory Council?

The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Staff Advisory Council (SBS-SAC) serves as a liaison and advisor to the Dean on matters relating to SBS staff and appointed personnel. It represents staff and advocates constructive changes in response to concerns articulated by employees in the College. The Council promotes professional development and mentoring opportunities, recognizes staff achievements, and seeks to create a sense of community within the College.  " "SBS-SAC Bylaws

How is SBS-SAC different from UA-SAC?

The University of Arizona Staff Advisory Council (UA-SAC) represents all UA staff members on campus and is open to any UA affiliated staff who wishes to participate. UA-SAC has representatives who are elected by their college. The current SBS-SAC rep at UA-SAC is Asya Roberts of SIRLS.

Who is my representative?

Each unit in SBS has a SBS-SAC representative.  If you aren't sure who your representative is, please contact an SBS-SAC Co-Chair:.

Elena Stauffer, School of Journalism (term expires end of Fall 2014)
Telephone: 520-621-9616
Office: Marshall 334B

Margaret Yrun, Dept. of Mexican American Studies (Term expires end of Spring 2015)
Telephone: 520-626-8103
Office: Cesar E Chavez Building 208

Ricky Salazar, School of Information Resources & Library Science (Term expires end of Spring 2016)
Telephone: 520-626-3429
Office: SIRLS Room 3