The Management and Professional Staff Advisory Committee serves as a two-way conduit between administrative and professional staff and PNW’s senior administration.
Why Join MaPSAC?
- Select Founders Day Outstanding Employee Award winners
- Coordinate professional-development opportunities
- Make recommendations to university administration regarding changes to policies and procedures
Professional Development Resources
Invest in yourself. The following professional-development resources help you build skills, grow and learn.
The Management and Professional Staff Advisory Committee(MaPSAC) serves as a two-way conduit between administrative and professional staff and the senior administration. As such, MaPSAC serves two distinct areas, each with the need to hear the other and to be heard by the other.
In its role as a communications facilitator, MaPSAC offers administrative and professional staff a mechanism to voice their interests and concerns as they relate to campus affairs.
To ensure staff are heard, informed and engaged, MaPSAC reviews, interprets and recommends changes to policies and procedures impacting administrative and professional staff to the university administration.
MaPSAC also sponsors professional development and engagement activities and educates administrative and professional staff regarding issues affecting employment.
Feb 26Summer 2024 Registration Begins
Summer 2024 registration opens to all PNW students on Monday, February 26.
Mar 11Spring Break
Spring break runs Monday, March 11 through Saturday, March 16. Classes resume Monday, March 18.
Mar 13DiSC Workshop Registration
We invite faculty and staff to join us for a DiSC workplace overview. Space is limited. Please ensure you have supervisor’s permission prior to registering.
Mar 192024 Women’s Leadership Luncheon
As part of our Women’s History Month celebration, the Women’s Leadership Luncheon honors outstanding leadership among PNW women. This event is by invitation only.
News and Announcements
Applications for the 2024 MaPSAC Professional Development Awards are now open! The application deadline is Feb. 9.
The PNW Founders Day Program is scheduled for Friday, March 1, 2024. During this special event, we will be honoring exceptional individuals within our campus community across the categories of Outstanding PNW Faculty, Staff, and Students.
Elizabeth Babcock Depew, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, is one of 50 fellows selected for the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities’ (HACU) fifth Leadership Academy/La Academia de Liderazgo.