Celebrate Canada Day with us!

Please join us in the MRSA staff lounge (W305) on Friday, June 29 from 12 – 12:50 p.m.  Bring your colleagues, test your Canadian trivia knowledge, and enjoy a slice of cake and some Canada Dry ginger ale. Gluten-free goodies will be provided too. Lucky winners will leave with a door prize!  The draw will be held at 12:40 p.m. sharp … more

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MRSA General Meeting: May 23

The MRSA General Meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 23 in the Lincoln Park Room (J301).    The meeting will begin at 11 a.m. and conclude at noon. The GM provides an opportunity for you to meet the new MRSA Executive Board, Standing Committee members, and to review the approved 2018-2019 budget.    Thank you.

2018-20 General Election Announcement

Thank you to all the nominees who allowed their names to stand in the MRSA Executive and Committee General Election. One candidate for the role of Director-at-Large has rescinded their nomination, therefore the 2018-20 Director-at-Large roles have been filled by acclamation; there will no election in May. Please join us … more

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2018 General Election Announcement

Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to announce the following candidates for the upcoming general election: Executive Board: Director at Large (four members: two-year terms 2018-20) Shweta Chugh Charissa Hovdebo Pamela Karlenzig Crystal Koch Rona Reitsema An online election will take place from 9 a.m. Thursday, May 10 to 4 p.m. Friday, May 11. Results will be shared … more

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General Election: Call for Nominations

Dear Colleagues, Would you like to broaden your MRU experience?  The MRSA has a role for you! Executive Board and Committee service offers opportunities for staff to grow personally and professionally, to develop leadership skills, gain unique experience, and make lasting connections with colleagues across campus. Help strengthen the Association … more

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Constitutional Amendment Vote Result

Dear Colleagues,  The motion to amend the MRSA Constitution was unsuccessful.  As per Article 22.01, in order for Constitutional amendments to pass, at least 50% of the membership must cast ballots and 50% plus one of the ballots cast are in support of the amendment. Please see the results below. Turnout: 302 … more

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