IUAA Policies

Recruiting For the Future

A new year, a fresh start! We’ve accomplished so much this past year at the IUAA and now it’s time to welcome in a new fiscal year. This means: Starting the external audit of the corporation and closing FY2019’s books Welcoming our new members of the Executive Council, Board of Managers, and all our Alumni …

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Help Thank Outstanding Alumni Volunteers

My new year’s resolutions are these: be a better listener, learn something new every day, and show gratitude. That last one is probably due to my love of thank-you notes. Some of the volunteers with whom I’ve worked are the same ones that have sent me hand-written notes over the years or verbally thanked me …

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We Need You for Leadership in the IUAA

Every summer, just as we start the new fiscal year (July 1) we must consider top volunteer leaders for next year.  Yes, the Governance cycle does start pretty soon after welcoming and celebrating the new class! It’s important as members of the IU Alumni Family to always keep an eye or two out for new talent …

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Audit Underway

I bet you are thinking to yourself, “Hey, I wonder what the Alumni Business Office is up to these days!” Well, let me tell you! With our 2017-18 fiscal year ending on 6/30/2018, we are currently engaging in our annual audit. An audit is a standard procedure for any organization of our size.  With almost …

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Introducing the Chartered Alumni Communities Program

We had a great time at the 2017 Cream & Crimson Alumni Weekend. Thoughtful debate and fresh ideas took center stage, while new connections and old friendships were created. It was truly an IU family reunion. (Tip: If you haven’t already, mark your calendars for the 2018 Cream & Crimson Alumni Weekend, June 7-9.) Running …

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Help Shape IUAA’s Direction

  Feedback makes the IU Alumni Association stronger. Please take a few minutes to review the current draft of IUAA’s Five-Year Plan and share your thoughts at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7BFJBSX. The favor of a reply as soon as possible and no later than Monday, November 16 at Noon (Eastern Time) would be much appreciated. For our beloved …

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Updates and Reminders for Promoting Scholarships

October has arrived, and a new cycle of promoting and working on IU scholarships for deserving students is upon us. Today, we’ll kick off a series of blog posts in the month of October from Anne Bono, Director of Business Development & Scholarships at the Alumni Association. The scholarship cycle is beginning for another school …

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2015-16 Nominating Committee Report

Hey There Alumni Leaders! Did you know that you can elect ten* members of the Executive Council and five from the Board of Managers this spring?  The bylaws can explain why and how it fits within our overall governance. The Nominating Committee, led by Phil Mark, BA’84, met this fall and reviewed over 35 submissions.  …

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IUAA Trustee Election Guidelines

The Indiana University Trustee election will be held June 1st to June 30th. Therefore, it is time to share the IU Alumni Association (IUAA) guidance on the election. Working closely with the Office of the Dean of University Libraries, the IUAA provides the mechanism for voting, raises awareness of the election, and promotes voting among …

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Your IUAA Nominating Committee Report

Governance jargon might be a little dry at times, but reports such as these are important pieces to the overall understanding of how our Association works. The bylaws can explain it in context with the rest of our business practices. The Nominating Committee, led by Jeannie Sager, MA’03, met this fall and reviewed over 40 …

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