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1 Iota Sigma Pi 30 th Triennial Convention June 23 – 26, 2011 Cleveland, OH

2 Hostess Chapter: Fluorine

3 Friday, June 24, 2011 Morning Session Kathryn Louie, National President, calls the convention to order Roll Call (28 voting delegates plus National Council) National Council Reports Chapter Reports

4 PresidentKathryn Louie Vice PresidentQuynhGiao Nguyen SecretaryJie Huang TreasurerMargaret Workman EditorAjitha Devarajan HistorianSusan Marine Records ChairNancy Hopkins Coordinator of Members-at-Large Karen Knaus Director for Professional Awards Sara Paisner Director for Student Awards Kathryn Thomasson Immediate Past President Janet Clark Coordinator of Initiates and Supplies Reiko Simmons WebmasterChristine Hermann National Council

5 Delegates ArgentumChristine Hermann Aurum IodideDarlene Florence Aurum IodideJennifer Trevor ChlorineAnne Taylor CobaltLisa Savin EinsteiniumRita Rhodes FluorineSamina Azad FluorineTheresa Nawalaniec HydrogenPiper Klemm LanthanumJill Granger MALGail Blaustein MALDonna Iannotti NeptuniumMamie Moy PlutoniumEllen Matson RadiumJanet Marshall TelluriumAmy Bonaparte

6 Luncheon and Panel Discussion: Centennial Award for Excellence in Teaching Winners Susan Marine (2008), Debra D. Dolliver (2010) and Lisa N. Gentile (2011)

7 Awards Banquet and Memorial Service 2011 Iota Sigma Pi National Honorary Member Award, Dr. Susan Kauzlarich “Zintl Compounds: From Thermoelectric Materials to Multimodal Nanoparticles”.

8 Saturday, June 25, 2011 Committee Reports

9 Budget and Finance Committee Motion: We move that the annual dues for Student Members be raised by $5 from the current $15 to $20. The new breakdown of the dues will be $8 for operating expenses and $7 for convention and $5 for rebates. Passed: Unanimously

10 Budget and Finance Committee Motion: We move that annual dues for Regular Members be raised by $5 from the current $50 to $55. New breakdown of dues will be $21.00 for operating expenses, $21 convention and $13 for rebates. Passed: Unanimously

11 Membership Communications Committee Motion : We move that Iota Sigma Pi pays for accounts for National Council officers and investigate accounts within the hosting domain. Passed: Unanimously

12 Chapter Program Development Committee Motion: The committee moves to continue the mini-grant program to provide up to $250 to a maximum of 10 chapters per triennium with only one grant awarded per chapter per triennium. The mini-grant can be used to support special projects, programs, or events of the chapter (excluding routine chapter events). Passed: Unanimously

13 Chapter Program Development Committee Motion: We move to continue with the Triennial Award for Outstanding Chapter funded in the amount of $250. Passed: Unanimously

14 Chapter Program Development Committee Motion: We move to continue to support the relocation, installation, or reactivation of chapters of Iota Sigma Pi with a $250 seed grant. Passed: Unanimously

15 Chapter Program Development Committee Motion: The National Editor will feature a chapter in at least one issue per year of the Iotan, with outreach and activities within that organization highlighted. Passed: 25 votes in favor, 1 opposed, 1 abstention

16 Chapter Program Development Committee Motion: We move the National Vice President will send out an annual roster with addresses of current chapter officers to all other current chapter officers to encourage collaboration amongst chapters. Passed: 20 votes in favor, 1 opposed, 6 abstention

17 Chapter Program Development Committee Motion: We move the National Historian write up biographies of the women who have endowed named awards and the Webmaster will post these biographies on the National Website. Passed: Unanimously

18 Long Range Planning Committee Motion: We move that any member who recruits 2 or more new members in the same year will be recognized in the Iotan. Passed: 13 votes in favor, 7 opposed; 6 abstentions

19 Long Range Planning Committee Motion: We move that the term limits for Webmaster and Coordinator of Initiates and Supplies be limited to 2 successive terms in the same office. In the Constitution and Bylaws, Article VI Section 6 Limits of Terms of Office the lines for Webmaster and Coordinator of Initiates and Supplies be deleted. Passed: 13 votes in favor, 9 opposed, 2 abstention

20 Awards Committee Motion: To change the description of the Centennial Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching eligibility requirement in the Rules and Regulations (Part G, Article V, section 2): "The Award is given to a female educator for excellence in teaching chemistry or a chemistry-related discipline at an institution of higher learning who either (a) holds a teaching position at an institution that does not have a graduate program in her department or (b) holds a teaching position that is for teaching undergraduates > 75% of her time at an institution that does have a graduate program in her department.“ Passed: Unanimously

21 Outstanding Chapter of the Triennium Aurum Iodide (AuI)

22 Election of new National Council PresidentMargaret Workman Vice PresidentQuynhGiao Nguyen SecretaryAnne Taylor TreasurerKathryn Thomasson EditorMichelle Ward Muscatello HistorianSusan Marine Records ChairJanet Marshall Coordinator of Members-at-Large Gail Blaustein Director for Student Awards Jill Granger Director for Professional Awards Nancy Hopkins Coordinator of Initiates & Supplies Reiko Simmons WebmasterChris Hermann

23 Luncheon and Violet Diller Award for Professional Excellence Presentation Dr. Gillian Eggleston

24 Sunday, June 26, 2011 Committee Reports, continued New Business Closing of the Convention


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