Section 1. Requirements of Nominees
A. Anyone running for an office must disclose all past convictions and confessions of Honor Board violations to the voting members between nominations and elections.
B. Anyone running for an office must not have resigned from any other Executive Board position in the same semester in which they receive a nomination for another position.
C. Nominees for offices must be voting members of the Society.
Section 2. Nomination Procedure
A. Nominations of officers shall occur at a General Meeting of the Society, which shall take place no later than two weeks before the end of classes in a given semester.
B. Nominations for the offices of President, Vice President, Busienss Manager, Publicity Manager, and one Member At Large (the "Spring Member at Large") shall occur in a Spring semester meeting, whereas the one remaining Member At Large (the "Fall Member At Large") shall be nominated in a Fall semester meeting.
C. A qualified member can be nominated for any or all offices.
Section 3. Elections
A. A General Election Meeting shall be held within ten (10) days of nominations.
B. Voting shall be by secret ballot and the winner shall be determined by a simple majority.
C. The following order shall be followed during the election portion of the Spring General Election Meeting:
D. The election process of each officer shall be as follows:
E. There shall be no absentee ballots or voting by proxy.
A. To preside over the General Body and Executive Board Meetings,
B. To call Special Meetings, when necessary,
C. To create committees with the consensus of the Executive Board,
D. To act as Producer for all productions of the Society,
E. To approve, with the Business Manager, a budget in accordance with current Student Government Association regulations,
F. To schedule and secure reservations of rooms for all Society activities,
G. To be the officla representative of the Society to any party not described in the Bylaws or Constitution of this Society, and
B. To record the minutes of all General and Executive Board Meetings,
C. To manage internal publicity among current members, including notification of meetings,
D. To keep a scrapbook of the Society's activities and to maintain the Society's showcase (i.e. scrapbooks, pictures, videos, etc.),
E. To maintain the list of members and the numbers of shows which they have participated in and to present to each member after completion of participation in his or her third major production of the Society the Three Show Key; this award of the Stevens Dramatic SOciety shall be a key of definite design, unaltered from year to year,
F. To distribute to all voting members a list of possible nominees to each office within two days prior to the nominations and, to distribute to the same list of nominees to each office within two days after nominations, and
B. To prepare budgets with the assistance of the President in compliance with current Student Government Association regulations,
C. To seek reimbursements in compliance with current Student Government Association regulations,
D. To disburse money for approved expenditures,
E. To present all budget requests of internal expenditures to the Executive Board of the Society, and
F. To be the representative of the Society to the Student Government Association on all matters concerning budget and finance.
B. To coordinate the designing and printing of all tickets, posters, T-shirts, playbills, and any other promotional material for the Society.
B. To assist Board members in their duties, as needed.
Section 6. Further Responsibilities of the Executive Board
A. All officers shall keep a logbook of their actions and deadlines which will be passed along to their succeeding officers.
B. Officers shall collectively assume responsibilities of vacant offices until those positions can be filled.
C. The Executive Board shall be responsible for making decisions for the Society when it is impractical for a General Meeting to be held.
D. The Executive Board shall be responsible for interpreting any ambiguities in the Constitution and settling any disputes as they relate to the Society.
E. The Executive Board shall determine what the major production shall be for each of the two major semesters, Spring and Fall, by Unanimous consensus, and with the discussion and involvement of the General Body.
F. The Stevens Dramatic Society Appreciation Award shall be awarded at the discretion of the Executive Board and shall read "Given in appreciation to a member of the Stevens Community whose support has been vital to the continuing success of the Stevens Dramatic Society".
Section 7. Vacancies
A. A vacancy shall be filled by appointment of the Executive Board. The officer shall be installed pending approval of the General Body no later than two weeks after the vacancy.
Section 1. Formation of the Production Board
A. At the start of each production, the Executive Board will appoint a Director, Production Manager, Stage Manager, and, when necessary, a Musical Director, and Choreographer. These positions will be considered part of the Production Board, along with the Publicity Manager and Business Manager.
B. The President of the Society will function as Producer and be considered a member of the Production Board.
C. The Production Manager will put together a team of designers needed for the successful completion of the show, the "Production Board", with approval from the Executive Board.
Section 2. Responsibilities of the Above
C. Musical Director
E. Production Manager
F. Stage Manager
G. Further Responsibilties of Production Board Members
Section 3. Meetinngs
A. Meetings of the Production Board shall follow guidelines previously established for Society meetings in all cases that they apply with the following exception(s) and/or addition(s):
A. Any member of the Executive Board may be impeached and removed from office.
A. The following impeachment procedure must be followed: