Committee Chair: Anna Martin
A) Reviews Criteria and Policies concerning:
2) Personnel Evaluations
3) Promotions and Merit Advancements
4) Other Personnel Matters Affecting Assembly Members
B) Makes recommendations on appointments to personnel review committees concerned with performance reviews.
C) Provides for the training and supervision of the review committees
D) Monitors the promotion and review process to assure the equitable treatment of Assembly membership.
E) Is authorized to confer with appropriate University administration in matters concerning academic appointments in Cooperative Extension.
Policy and Procedures Handbook of the Academic Assembly Personnel Council Committee, September 25, 2000 Personnel_Committee_Handbooksv2
2011 ANR Distinguished Service Awards
These awards are given biennially for outstanding contribution to the teaching, research, and public service mission of the Division.
Awards were given in six areas:
- Outstanding Extension - Walt Bently, area IPM advisor based at Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center
- Outstanding Research - Steve Koike, plant pathology farm advisor for Monterrey and Santa Cruz counties
- Outstanding New Academic - Jim Bethke, floriculture and nursery advisor for San Diego and Riverside counties
- Outstanding Team - Money Talks. The Money Talks team is composed of Charles Go, workgroup chair and 4-H youth development advisor for Alameda County; Margaret Johns, nutrition, family & consumer sciences advisor for Kern County; Keith Nathaniel, 4-H youth development advisor for Los Angeles County; Shirley Peterson, nutrition, family & consumer sciences advisor emeritus; Brenda Roche, nutrition, family & consumer sciences advisor for Los Angeles County; Karen Varcoe, consumer economics specialist based at UC Riverside; Patti Wooten-Swanson, nutrition, family & consumer sciences advisor for San Diego County
- Outstanding Leader - Richard Enfield, county director for San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties
- Outstanding Staff - Connie Costello, program representative for consumer economics
Each of the recipients will receive $2,000 and a certificate, except for the team award recipients, who will receive individual certificates and share $5,000.