The Classified Staff Training and Development Advisory Committee (CSTDAC) is comprised of UO classified employees and is a University Advisory Group recognized by the University Senate. The committee was established in 1994 to advise university administration on training and development needs for all classified staff as well as to build community throughout the campus.

Scholarship

We are accepting applications for the $1,000.00 scholarship administered by CSTDAC. Please fill out the 2014-15 scholarship request or contact us at cstdac@uoregon.edu if you have any questions. The workshop, training or professional development class(es) may be in progress, completed or in the registration/planning stage. Awarded funds may only be used for the cost of the class or training (not books, transportation, etc.). The maximum award is $500.00.

Classified Staff Meeting with the President

Fall Meeting Info...
The Meeting Theme, Agenda and Outline - TBA
**If you have a discussion topic that you want CSTDAC to consider please send it to cstdac@uoregon.edu. Thank you!

Your Voice, Your Campus, Your Future

FALL 2011: For reference you can view our 10/11/2011Classified Staff Meeting with the President & Executive Staff. Select the following URL (or copy then paste the URL in your browser) to play the meeting: http://128.223.84.191/tcs/?id=166890C6-CBBE-4D36-AAAF-6BCD7193DA7B

CSTDAC Membership Request

Fill out the membership application online to join this active committee or have a representative contact you about the committee’s charge.

Newsletter

Please view online copies of the Newsletter at:

2014-15 Summer / 2014-15 Fall / 2014-15 Winter / 2014-15 Spring

Classified Staff Ice Cream Social

Where:Pioneer Mother (lawn area between Susan Campbell & Hendricks Halls)
When:Thursday, August 28, 2014
Time: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Come out and join your colleagues for an informal gathering to network and meet other classified staff members. While you enjoy some ice cream and music, enter your name in a drawing for a chance to win a prize and/or sign up to take a tour of the Knight Library.

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