Here are the highlights from the November 2 meeting of the CSU board of directors.

The board approved contributing $2,200 to provide food for the Elder-in-Residence program on Wednesdays at the Kéxwusm-áyakn Student Centre. The board also approved events for the CSU’s De-stress Series, including massage therapy and therapy dog events.

Capilano senate representative Graeme Sleep and CSU students of colour liaison Nirmal Raj were appointed to a search committee for the university’s new director of student affairs. Women students liaison Makenzie Thorpe and business & professional studies faculty representative Joey Sidhu were added to a search committee for the university’s new registrar.

The CSU board of directors are currently seeking two students to join the search committee for the director of continuing studies and executive education.

To read the full set of November 2 board minutes, please visit the CSU website. The next board meeting is scheduled for November 23 in Birch 126.