John Purdy, President Pro Tem
called the first full 2003-04 Senate meeting to order at 4:05 pm. Senators
approved the minutes of May 19, 2003 and Standing Committee minutes.
President Morse reported she will get together with the Senate once the
legislature finalizes the budget later this week. Morse defined HB 2111 which
involves legislative and university commitment to contract fulfillment.
Morse reported on formation of two legislative committees: 1) strategic
planning and 2) agreements between community colleges and 4-year institutions.
Morse also responded to questions on student enrollments and status of
Senators passed a resolution
honoring John Purdy for his work as Senate President in the past year, and
thanked outgoing members of the Executive Council. James Loucky, 2003-04 President, invited Senators to consider
several important questions on shared governance during the summer.
Senators Chairs of Senate
Standing Committees report on activities, and reviewed an extensive report with
recommendations on Limited Term Faculty prepared by the University Planning
Senators passed motions:
1) to rebalance the Senate to 15 members each year; 2) to approve a revised
Academic Technology Committee membership (2d vote).
Senators heard constituent
concerns regarding: 1) the approval
process for Student Technology Fee grants, and 2) proposals for a parking rate
increase to build a parking garage, and voted to adjourn at 5:47 pm.
To the Faculty Senate:
Fred Grote, Psychology, 1-yr term
Geoff Matthews, Computer Science, Fall Qtr
the University Planning Council:
Marc Geisler, English, 1-yr term
Nolet, Senate representative
the Senate Library Committee
Tomlonovic, Modern & Classical Languages, 3-yr term
Joan Hoffman, Senate representative
To the Academic Coordinating Commission
Thomas Downing, James Inverarity, Senate represenative
To the Academic Technology Committee
Jordan, Senate representative
Faculty Grievance Committee (5)
Senate Legislative committee from UPC and ACC
Standing Committees of the Academic Coordinating Commission
Admissions Committee: 4
Assessment (CATL): 3
General Education Requirements: 3
Graduate Council: 2
Honors Board: 3
Faculty Development Grants: 4
Student Academic Grievance Board: 4 nominees, 2 are appointed
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