A downloadable and print-ready handout with information on Board procedures for both the Annual Business Meeting and quarterly Executive Board meetings is available.
If the proposal
- changes to policies or procedures
- individuals or money
- creation of a Committee, Roundtable, or Task Force
- dissolution of a Committee, Roundtable, or Task Force
Making a motion or taking a vote can happen either:
Any voting member of the Board can call for a vote or make a motion (with the exception of the President - see below).
- via email
- at the quartely Executive Board Meetings
This is counted as a 0.
In person: Five voting members, one of whom must be the President or Vice-President, shall consititute a quorum.
Via email: Five voting members, one of whom must be the President or Vice-President, shall consititute a quorum.
A voting member may propose an amendment, even after a vote has been called for. If the original proposer accepts the amendment and there is no objection, the amendment becomes part of the original motion.
As of January 8, 2015
For a complete list of policies and procedures that have been voted on by the Executive Board, as well as those that the Board has agreed to by consensus (as a “Sense of the Board”) please contact the NEA Secretary.
Our most commonly referred to policies and procedures may be found by clicking the links below.
Code of Conduct
Minutes (board and business)
Records schedule and finding aid at UConn (how to donate materials)
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