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Unclassified Personnel Advisory Committee (UPAC)

Networking Event: Nature Hike

The Unclassified Personnel Advisory Committee (UPAC) will enjoy a nature hike at the Middletown (MUM) campus from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 23. Carolyn Keiffer, a biology professor at the Middletown campus, will lead a walk on the nature trails (or in the case of mud on the trails, around the campus buildings) to show off the flora on the MUM campus.

We will meet for the hike at the entrance to Johnston Hall that has the arch (across from the parking lot).

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Thank you for visiting the Unclassified Personnel Advisory Committee (UPAC) web page.

We encourage you to learn about UPAC and how this committee serves the unclassified staff at Miami University.

UPAC was created in 1983 to advise the University Administration (specifically the president and vice presidents) on matters of interest and concern to unclassified personnel.

Committee members are selected to reflect a balance of gender, race/ethnicity, campus, division, level in the organization, responsibilities, years of university service, and any other characteristics that help to achieve a balance of knowledge, experience, viewpoints, interests and talents. The committee does not represent specific constituencies, but advises on issues and questions raised by unclassified staff in general. Issues that have been discussed include: health insurance, salaries, child care, holiday scheduling, Recreation Sports Center fees, and grievance procedures.