SAA Meeting Minutes
Next Meeting: Thursday, May 24th at 5:15 in the Group Study Room, 1st
Floor Dunbar Library
In attendance: Garret Kremer-Wright, Rachel DeHart, Tiffany O’Sheal,
Danny Schlegel, Sarah Stephens, Lisa Pasquinelli, Andrea Green, Lynda
Kachurek, Toni Jeske
1. The new issue of “Chapters and Loose Papers” is online at
Garret submitted an
article and pictures on the
2. The MAC/SOA Joint Conference is May 3-5 in
Rachel and Tiffany will be attending.
3. Nominations of next year’s officers were made as follows:
President- Danny Schlegel
Vice President- Tiffany O’Sheal
Secretary- Rachel DeHart
Treasurer and Webpage Editor- Lisa Pasquinelli
If you are interested in holding an office next year, please notify
Garret (email@example.com). Elections will be held at the
May 24th meeting.
4. We will be putting together an SAA information sheet for incoming
students. It will give brief descriptions of the purpose and
activities of national SAA and our
provide the address of our website and will inform students about the
cost benefit of becoming a national member of SAA to take advantage of
book discounts for the Intro to Archives course. It will also list
fees. The backside will be the registration form.
We need to speak to Dr. Haas about including this info sheet in
the new student folders that are sent out by the History Department.
We will also send the information out to incoming students via email
before fall quarter begins. Additional sheets will be available in
the History Department.
Tiffany volunteered to put the information sheet together.
5. The next Miami Valley Archives Roundable (MVAR) is May 17 from
association, meets monthly to discuss issues pertinent to records
management and archives. The meetings are open to students and are a
great way to meet practicing professionals in the area. The meetings
cost $12 for students, to cover the price of the meals which are
provided at every meeting.
7. The 2007 ARMA Cincinnati Spring Seminar is scheduled for Tuesday,
May 8 at The Phoenix in
Managing Successful Records Management Programs.” The featured speaker
is Dr. Mark Langemo, Professor Emeritus in the
Public Administration at the University of North Dakota. For more
information, contact Rachel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
8 The Public History student exhibit opens at the Boonshoft Museum
of Discovery on June 8. It is a companion to the Smithsonian’s
traveling exhibit, “Key Ingredients:
exhibit will focus on local food traditions and heritage. The exhibit
will be up through July.