Francisco Herrera Sings for 8 PM Mass - Jan 10

Dear Saint Mary's Community:

Francisco Herrera, social activist/politician and musician, will lead music at the 8 PM Mass this Sunday, Jan 10.  Francisco recently visited our campus for the Music for Change event put together by a class in Sociology and MMC.  He returns to celebrate the Eucharist with bilingual selections that will draw our community to deeper faith in Christ.  Please join us.

Peace,

Vince Nims

JT Speaker series event, 1/13: "Before I Die..."

"Before I Die…" A Discussion on Death and Dying
1-2:30pm, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016, Hagerty Lounge, De La Salle Hall
Presented by Professors Emily Hause and Grete Stenersen

This special afternoon Jan Term presentation is an extension of the popular Jan Term course Death and Dying. Click on the link above for much more information.

Jan Term has moved to BJW!

Jan Term Offices are now located in Brother Jerome West, First Floor.  Previously located in the Power Plant, Jan Term’s old offices are currently being remodeled and are under construction.  Please feel free to visit them in their new location at Brother Jerome West, Suite 140.  Thank you!

8 PM Mass Returns Tonight: 1-3-16

Dear Friends,

If you make it back to campus on time, please join us for the 8 PM Mass in the Main Chapel.  Tonight is the celebration of The Epiphany of the Lord!  All are welcome!

Peace and Happy New Year!!!! 

Peace,

Vince Nims

Environmental Impact Opening

Please join the Museum staff in welcoming the Spring exhibit, Enviromental Impact on February 14. A panel featuring the curator and some of the artists will commence at 2 PM in Claeys Lounge in the Soda Center. After the panel, please visit the Museum patio for a reception. Thank you!  

Choosing Gaels: A Conversation with Mike McKeon

McKeonThe Admissions staff, who have been looking a little distracted lately, are just finishing up the arduous task of reviewing applications and deciding which young people are going to get the opportunity to be Gaels.

Summer Graduate Professional Advancement Series

Courses can be taken for Academic Credit or CEUs (Continuing Education Units):

The Continuing Education Unit is a nationally recognized unit designed to provide a record of an individual's continuing education accomplishments. For teachers, 10 hours of instruction equals one (1) Continuing Education Unit. For counselors, 10 hours of instuction equals 10 hours of continuing education for MFTs, LPCCs and LCSWs. CEUs are sometimes part of criteria used for promotion and salary increases in some school disticts. Continuing Education Credit is also required for license renewal for MFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs. (Saint Marty's College Graduate Counseling Program is a BBS pre-approved provider of CEUs, No. PCE #701.) Courses taken for CEU credit DO NOT carry academic credit.

COUN 308 - Addictions, Disorders and Treatments 

Sat., June 28, July 12 and July 19

10:00 am-2:30 pm (1 unit)

COUN 314 - Psychopharmacology – MFT/LPCC

Mon. and Wed. - June 16 - July 24

6:15pm-9:30 pm (3 units)

COUN 566 - Counseling Older Adults and Families 

Sat., June 14 and June 21

10:00am-5:00pm (1 unit) 

MAIT 405 - Collaborative Relationships and 4 Temperaments

Sat., July 26 - August 16

1:00-5:00pm (1 Unit)

 CEU Fee—$195 per Unit

Register for academic credit on GaelXpress.

Or

To register for CEUs, go to: wwws.stmarys-ca.edu/forms/summer-grad-series/

(Please note: CEU registration closes two weeks prior to the start of each class.)

2015 Staff Handbook

For the first time the Office of Human Resources offers a keyword searchable staff handbook online in order to facilitate your user experience and to support our campus' sustainability goals. You can view different sections by choosing a section in the blue navigation area on the left sidebar or scroll down to the table of contents below. You also now have the option to print a specific section of the handbook or download the complete handbook which includes a new index to help make searching a specific topic easier.

Do you have a suggestion for a policy? If so, please use our online form found in the section called Request a Change (right after Appendix B). Our staff handbook committee will be reviewing recommendations and suggestion submitted on this form twice a year in the Summer and Winter to determine the need for updates.

Once you have reviewed the handbook please be sure to complete the online Acknowledgement Form located in Appendix A. If you still have questions, please contact Human Resources at 925-631-4212.

As a staff member at Saint Mary’s College of California (also referred to in this Staff Handbook as “Saint Mary’s College,” “Saint Mary’s” or “College”), you are engaged in advancing the College’s Mission and are an important part of the College community. We hope you will find your work at Saint Mary’s College to be rewarding, challenging and productive. 

Skip to the table of contents or download the entire handbook as a PDF.

To Whom the Staff Handbook Applies

This Staff Handbook as amended from time to time is intended to inform individuals employed in or assigned to staff positions at the College of their benefits and obligations as an employee of the College. Staff positions cover all positions at the College other than faculty appointments to teach. Individuals employed at or assigned to the College who hold faculty appointments (whether tenure-track or non-tenure–track) to teach are covered by the Faculty Handbook.

Staff Employees Who Concurrently Hold Faculty Status

Individuals assigned to work at or who are employed by the College in a staff position (i.e., in any non-teaching role) and who concurrently hold faculty appointments to teach must also refer to the Faculty Handbook, as they may be covered by applicable provisions of both this Handbook and the Faculty Handbook, depending on the context and their role (staff or teaching) in which a work-related situation arises. When an individual has both staff and teaching responsibilities and, as a result holds concurrent staff and faculty status, the Assistant Vice President of Human Resources or designee, in consultation with the Provost, makes the final decision as to which handbook controls the particular issue(s) and/or conduct.

Acknowledgment of Receipt of Saint Mary’s College Staff Handbook

Please read the Handbook carefully and return the acknowledgement form (Appendix A), signed and dated, to Human Resources. This Handbook may be amended from time to time. You will find the most recent version of the Handbook by following the links below. Review each section to determine if there have been updates to it, or visit our What's New! page to see if anything was changed. If you have questions about any of the information contained in this Handbook, including if a section you are relying on is the most current one, please contact Human Resources (x4212), as you are presumed to have notice of and to understand its contents.

Preface
SECTION 1. Key Employment Policies & Conditions of Employment
SECTION 2. Employee Conduct & Responsibilities
SECTION 3. Working at Saint Mary’s College
SECTION 4. Recruitment and Employment
SECTION 5. Development, Training & Performance Feedback
SECTION 6. Communication & Problem Solving
SECTION 7. Compensation
SECTION 8. Benefits
SECTION 9. Safety, Health & Environmental Services
SECTION 10. End of Employment
Appendix A: Acknowledgment of Receipt of Saint Mary’s College Staff Handbook
Appendix B: Saint Mary’s College of California Technology Use Policy
What's New! – 2014 Staff Handbook changes from 2007 edition

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