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NOMINATE TRUSTEES BY FEB. 15

The nominating committee invites all chapters to submit names of candidates for a position on the Board of Trustees to appear on the 2014 ballot.  Chapter participation is essential because the Pi Gamma Mu constitution states, "Each candidate whose name appears on the ballot must be nominated by a chapter." Nominations for board members may be sent to Beth Biddle in the international office.

All nominations are to be made generally for a seat on the Board of Trustees, without specification of a particular title. A chapter should not specify a position in its nomination. Positions to be filled for three-year terms are president, first and second vice presidents, secretary-treasurer, and chancellors for each of the regions. From those persons suggested by the chapters, the nominating committee will review the nominations and select candidates for each office solely on the basis of their qualifications. The chapters will vote on these candidates this September.

Please give thought to candidates with the ability to fulfill responsibilities and who have been active Pi Gamma Mu volunteers. When a person has proven to be effective in shaping the local chapter, he/she might want to consider playing a role in shaping the future of the whole organization. That is what a trustee does.

Upon receipt of your chapter's nomination, the committee will ask the individual if he/she is willing to serve if elected. Those individuals whom the nominating committee nominates will be asked to provide a vita and a brief campaign statement to be printed with the ballot.

Exercise your constitutional right to make a difference in the upcoming election by submitting nominations by February 15, and then be sure that your chapter casts its ballot this September.

 

 

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CHANGE OF ADDRESS

Anytime you move, such as after graduation, please notify the Pi Gamma Mu office immediately. This will prevent your mailings from being interrupted or discontinued. The International Social Science Review is returned to us by the post office, which is an additional expense for the international office to absorb. Just mail a change-of-address card, post card, or letter to Pi Gamma Mu, 1001 Millington St., Suite B, Winfield, KS 67156. If you prefer, you can send an E-mail message (executivedirector@pigammamu.org), or go to our Web site (www.pigammamu.org) to change your address information. We need your name, as well as your old and new address. Thank you very much for taking a few minutes to keep your information current.

Mailing address: Pi Gamma Mu, 1001 Millington St., Suite B, Winfield, KS 67156.

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