October 6, 2000 - 1:10 p.m.
1. Chairperson’s Report
2. Secretary’s Report
3. Administrative Liaison
4. Standing Committee Charges and Administrative Requests
Notice of AAUP Governance Conference, forwarded by Ken Carlson,
which states, "If you are a dean, we hope that you will bring your faculty
senate leader with you." Further
information and registration online. [http://www.aaup.org/govconf.htm]
September 19, 2000 Memorandum from President Francis L. Lawrence
transmitting list of 2000-01
Administrative Designees and Standing
Committee Liaisons, and recommending that Deans Arnold Hyndman and
Carl Kirschner (both currently assigned to ASRA Committee) be "added to
the membership of the Student Affairs Committee so that the group will
have the benefit of their advice and experience with undergraduate students
during the committee discussions." [See "Standing Committee Charges and
Administrative Requests," below.]
5. October 27 Senate Meeting (in CAMDEN) Agenda
September 19, 2000 recommendation by President Francis L.
Lawrence that Deans Arnold Hyndman and Carl Kirschner (both currently assigned
to ASRA Committee) be "added to the membership of the Student Affairs Committee
so that the group will have the benefit of their advice and experience
with undergraduate students during the committee discussions."
Proposed charge to Faculty Affairs and Personnel Committee
on Administrator Review, suggested by Ken Carlson at September 8 Executive
Committee meeting: "Explore the feasibility and desirability of making
public the recipients and amounts of FASIP awards. Determine whether there
are departmental, campus, or university-wide policies regarding disclosure
of this information, and, if so, whether they are adhered to, if they are
effective, and what responses are generated. Discuss and make recommendations
on whether such disclosure should be general, or in response to specific
requests for the information, and if the potential benefits or degree of
interest justify a university-wide policy."
Proposed Revision to Charge S-9902 to Student Affairs Committee:
"Explore the issues and problems associated with student financial management,
including, but not limited to: understanding of the general principles
of financial management; credit-card accumulation and use, and the short-
and long-term implications thereof; controlling debt; reviewing personal
credit reports; savings and retirement goals and awareness; and financial
independence. Determine what university policies or programs exist to:
provide opportunities for financial-management education; regulate or restrict
marketing of, or solicitation for, credit cards on campus. Make recommendations
for new or revised policies or programs to achieve those goals."
6. Old Business
Copyright Presentation by Marianne Gaunt, University Librarian
- To be presented to Executive Committee today.
7. New Business