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A G E N D A

UAF FACULTY SENATE MEETING #134

Monday, February 6, 2006

1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Wood Center Conference Room C/D


1:00 I Call to Order – Paul Layer 5 Min.

A. Roll Call

B. Approval of Minutes to Meeting #133

C. Adoption of Agenda


1:05 II Status of Chancellor's Office Actions 5 Min.

A. Motions Approved:

1. Motion to amend the policy on Graduate Advisory Committee membership for Interdisciplinary doctoral degree students.

2. Motion to approve a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate for the Elementary Post-Baccalaureate Licensure Program.

3. Motion to approve a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate for the Secondary Post-Baccalaureate Licensure Program,

4. Motion to approve a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate for the K-12 Art Licensure Program,

5. Motion to approve a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate for the School Counselor Certification Program.

6. Motion to approve the deletion of the Certificate in Phlebotomy.

B. Motions Pending: none


1:10 III Public Comments/Questions 5 Min.


1:15 IV President's Comments - Paul Layer 10 Min.

President-elect's Report - Shirish Patil 5 Min.


1:30 V A. Remarks by Chancellor Steve Jones 10 Min.

B. Remarks by Provost P. Reichardt 10 Min.


1:50 VI Governance Reports 5 Min.

A. Staff Council - Maya Salganek

B. ASUAF -Joseph Blanchard

C. GSO - Susan Hazlett


*** BREAK***


2:05 VII New Business 15 Min.

A. Motion to amend the Computation requirements for the Certificate and A.A.S. degree, submitted by Curricular Affairs Committee (Attachment 134/1)

B. Motion to amend the UAF Faculty Senate By-laws, Section 3 (Art. V: Committees, Permanent) increasing membership on the Committee on the Status of Women, submitted by the Committee on the Status of Women (Attachment 134/2)

C. Motion to amend the UAF Faculty Senate By-laws, Section 1 (Art. III: Membership), submitted by Faculty Affairs (Attachment 134/3)


2:20 VIII Announcements 10 Min.

A. Senate Elections (Attachment 134/4)

B. Outstanding Senator of the Year Award (Attachment 135/5)

C. Conference on Teaching Excellence, Larry Roberts


2:30 IX Committee Reports 20 Min.

A. Curricular Affairs - Rainer Newberry

B. Faculty Affairs - Jon Genetti

C. Unit Criteria - Glenn Chappell

D. Committee on the Status of Women - Jane Weber

(Attachment 131/6)

E. Core Review - Mark Box (Attachment 134/7)

F. Curriculum Review - Rainer Newberry

G. Developmental Studies - Cindy Hardy (Attachment 134/8)

H. Faculty Appeals & Oversight - Larry Duffy (Attachment 134/9)

I. Faculty Development, Assessment & Improvement - Larry Roberts

(Attachment 134/10)

J. Graduate Academic & Advisory Committee - Cathy Cahill

(Attachment 134/11)


2:50 X Members' Comments/Questions 10 Min.


3:00 XI Adjournment


ATTACHMENT 134/1

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


MOTION:

=======


The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend the Computation requirements for the Certificate and A.A.S. degree (2005-2006 UAF Catalog, page 78, 80).


EFFECTIVE: Fall 2006


RATIONALE: This change eliminates CIOS 116 from the options available to complete the related instructional Computation requirement. CIOS 116 has been deleted as a course. Existing course ABUS 155 will continue to meet this requirement.


******************


[[ ]] = deletion

CAPS = addition


Computation 2-3

Complete one of the following:

  • any course at the 100 level or above in mathematical sciences (math, computer science, statistics) (3)

  • ABUS 155 -- Business Math (3)

  • [[CIOS 116 -- Business Math Using Calculators (3)]]

  • DEVM 105 – Intermediate Algebra (3)

  • ECE 117 – Math Skills For Early Childhood Education (3)

  • HLTH 116 -- Mathematics In Health Care (3)

  • HSV 117 – Math Skills For Human Services (3)

  • TTCH 131 -- Maintenance Mathematics (3)

  • other program approved discipline-based computation course or discipline-based courses with embedded computation content to total 2-3



ATTACHMENT 134/2

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


MOTION:

=======


The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend the UAF Faculty Senate By-laws, Section 3 (Art. V: Committees, Permanent) increasing membership on the Committee on the Status of Women as follows:


[[ ]] - Deletions

CAPS - Additions


Sect. 1 (ART III: Membership)


E. The standing and permanent committees of the Senate are:


PERMANENT


7. The Committee on the Status of Women. Membership will consist of [[eight]] AT LEAST NINE people, [[one]] TWO of whom will be senators, the others to be elected at large from among UAF faculty.


The purpose of this committee is to monitor the status of women faculty at UAF and to work proactively for gender equity.


Such actions will include, but are not limited to: Maintaining lists of women faculty with hire, tenure and promotion dates; Organizing and supervising surveys on the status of women and assessing the cultural climate of the university as it pertains to women; Recommending policy to address the needs of women faculty; Supporting mentoring of women, both new and mid-career faculty, including running workshops on mentoring, promotion & tenure, negotiating techniques and other forms of faculty development identified as necessary; Addressing family-work issues, such as child care, parental leave, spousal/partner hire; Coordinating with other campus and university groups which deal with women's and gender issues; and any other issues which would help women to achieve equity at UAF.


EFFECTIVE: Immediately


RATIONALE: The Faculty Senate recently approved a motion on mixed gender representation for all Senate committees. Adding an additional Senate seat will assist in fulfilling that goal.


ATTACHMENT 134/3

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


MOTION:

=======


The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend the UAF Faculty Senate By-laws, Section 1 (Art. III: Membership) as follows:


[[ ]] - Deletions

CAPS - Additions


Sect. 1 (ART III: Membership)


B. Representation shall be by academic OR RESEARCH unit and based on the number of full-time faculty equivalent (FTFE) in each unit as described below.


1. A unit is a single school or college or a collection of schools and/or colleges OR COLLECTION OF RESEARCH INSTITUTES (see item 7).


2. For representational purposes only a faculty member shall be defined as one who holds academic rank or special academic rank.


3. Each faculty member whose annual academic appointment equals or exceeds 1560 hours will be considered 1 FTFE.


4. Each faculty member whose annual academic appointment is less than 1560 hours will be considered a fractional FTFE with the fraction being the number of hours of annual academic appointment divided by 1560.


5. Each unit will elect the number of representatives to the Senate equal to the number of FTFE in that unit divided by the total UAF FTFE, multiplied by 35 and rounded to the nearest integer.


6. A faculty member having appointment split between units shall be included in each unit in proportion to the respective appointment for the computation of item 5.


7. All schools or colleges whose representation under item 5 is zero shall be grouped into the conglomerate group and this group shall be treated as a single unit for purposes of the computation of item 5. If a unit which would have been grouped in the conglomerate group decides instead that the unit would be better served by joining with another school or college, it may do so upon the mutual agreement of those units.


8. Re-apportionment will be done for the elections held in even numbered years or upon two-thirds vote of the Senate.


9. EACH UNIT WILL HAVE AT LEAST 2 REPRESENTATIVES.


C. Election Procedure


1. Election shall be held by the ACADEMIC units OR THE SENATE OFFICE FOR THE RESEARCH INSTITUTES to provide representatives to the Senate according to Article III of the Senate Constitution. Elections and election procedures are the responsibility of the units, subject to the following:


2. A faculty member may vote for Senate representatives in only one unit. That unit must be the unit of primary appointment or, in the case of evenly split appointment, the unit of the faculty member's choice.


3. Units with full-time permanent faculty based on other than the Fairbanks campus should elect Senate representatives in a number that is at least equal to the proportion of the non-Fairbanks based FTFEs.


4. Units with faculty who teach in associate, certificate, or noncredit programs should elect representatives in proportion to such faculty.


5. Units with senior faculty should elect associate and full professors as Senate representatives in a number that is at least equal to the proportion of such faculty.


6. Units with graduate programs should elect at least one graduate faculty member.


7. Each unit shall elect at least half as many alternate representatives as representatives.


D. Vacancies


1. In the case of death, resignation, or transfer of an elected representative of the Senate, an alternate shall immediately become the representative. [[The alternate selected to fill the vacancy shall be the highest vote-getter from the constituency election for alternates as specified in the bylaws.]] If no alternate is available, then the president of the Senate will appoint an alternate with the concurrence of the affected constituency, and the consent of the Administrative Committee.


EFFECTIVE: Immediately


RATIONALE: This change will give the research faculty that don't have an affiliation with a college/school a separate unit for representation on the Faculty Senate. Small units will be able to have continued membership on the Senate by guaranteeing at least two seats for each unit, therefore having staggered terms. Specifying the alternate to fill vacancies shall be the highest vote getter is not always possible and is not necessary.


ATTACHMENT 134/4

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


"CONTINUING"

UAF FACULTY SENATE TERMS

MAY 2006 - MAY 2007


Shirish Patil, President-Elect


College/School (total # of reps.)

Representatives

Alternates


College of Liberal Arts (8)

Divisions:

Arts & Communication

English & Humanities

Language & Culture

Library

Social Sciences




Derick Burleson - Engl & Hum.

Anna Berge - Lang. & Cult.

Chris Wolsko - Social Sci.





College of Natural Sciences & Mathematics (6)



Cathy Cahill

Ataur Chowdhury

Heinz Wiechen


Larry Duffy

David Maxwell



College of Rural Alaska/

Cooperative Extension Service (8)

Jane Allen - KCC

Jodie Anderson - CES

Mike Davis - DANRD

Marjorie Illingworth - TVC

Larry Roberts - CRA


Melissa Brown - TVC

Julie Cascio - CES

Cindy Hardy - CRA


College of Engineering & Mines (3)



Wendy Zhou



Sukamar Bandopadhyay



School of Education (2)



Anthony Rickard - on campus



Maria Reyes - on campus

School of Fisheries & Ocean Sciences (3)


Liz Brown



Quentin Fong

School of Management (2)



Jim Collins



Susan Herman

School of Natural Resources &

Agricultural Sciences (2)









Research Institutes (2)

(IARC, GI, IAB)










"VACANT"

UAF FACULTY SENATE SEATS

2006-2008



College/School

Representatives

Alternates










College of Liberal Arts

Divisions:

Arts & Communication

English & Humanities

Language & Culture

Library

Social Sciences




4 (2 year term)

1 (1 year term)





2 (2 year term)

2 (1 year term)


College of Natural Science & Mathematics



3 (2 year term)



1 (2 year term)



College of Rural Alaska &

Alaska Cooperative Extension



3 (2 year term)


2 at-large

(on campus)

(off campus)

1 CES


2 (2 year term)


1 at-large

(on campus)

(off campus)

1 CES


College of Engineering & Mines



2 (2 year term)



1 (2 year term)

School of Education



1 (2 year term)

off-campus



1 (2 year term)

off-campus


School of Fisheries & Ocean Sciences



2 (2 year term)



1 (2 year term)


School of Management



1 (2 year term)



1 (2 year term)

School of Natural Resources &

Agricultural Sciences



1 (2 year term)

1 (1 year term)



1 (2 year term)

Research Institutes

(IARC, GI, IAB)

1 (2 year term)

1 (1 year term)


1 (2 year term)


ATTACHMENT 134/5

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


OUTSTANDING SENATOR OF THE YEAR AWARD (OSYA)


PURPOSE:


The Outstanding Senator(s) of the year award is an award to be given by the UAF Faculty Senate for truly outstanding contribution of service for academic quality at the University. The contribution to be recognized would be far beyond that normally made by an individual in the normal performance of his or her job.


CRITERIA:


The recipient should be a serving member of the UAF Faculty Senate or a serving member of a permanent or standing committee of the Faculty Senate who has made a major contribution to the faculty's and student's welfare, to the faculty's ability to carry out its duties more effectively, to the general betterment of the University outside the teaching and research function, or has shown wise and courageous leadership (and responsibility) in behalf of the faculty and University. This should be an award for service, not teaching or research, above and beyond that normally expected from an individual.


NON-ELIGIBILITY:


The President and President-Elect of the Faculty Senate are not eligible to receive this award in their positions during their years of service.


PROCEDURES:


Any eligible Faculty Senate member may nominate a candidate for the OSYA. The letter of nomination should include a brief list of the Senator's accomplishments and a cover letter that makes the case for the nominee. The nomination should be submitted to the Faculty Senate President by March 1.


The Screening Committee will consist of five members. One member will be appointed from the Provost Council by the Provost. The Faculty Senate will select four (4) members one of whom will be the President-Elect, and three others, none of whom is a nominee, in the March meeting of the Senate. This committee will meet prior to the April meeting of the Senate to screen all applicants and select one or two candidates that are recommended to the Senate President.


In the April Faculty Senate meeting, the committee shall move the appropriate resolution(s). After appropriate discussion, the full Senate shall vote by secret ballot on the motions. A simple majority vote of those attending will be necessary for the Senate to confirm an OSYA. The votes will be counted by the President and Secretary of the Senate, and the award is announced by the President of the Senate.


The award is to be presented by the President of the Senate and the form of the award shall be a framed, hand-lettered certificate that contains the resolution passed by the Senate and the signatures of the Faculty Senate President and President-Elect.


ATTACHMENT 134/6

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


Minutes of Committee on the Status of Women

January 26, 2006


Present: Uma Bhatt, Carol Gold, Cindy Hardy, Qwentyn Richards, Renate Wackerbauer, Jane Weber, Wendy Zhou


  1. The committee approved the motion for the Senate which changes the bylaws to two senators on this committee.




  1. Need letters for emeritus status for Charley Basham by 2/7/06. Committee will sign a letter written by Carol. Uma will ask David Newman for a letter about Charley’s work on the Curricular Affairs Committee.




  1. Tenure and promotion workshop this spring – Friday, April 28, 1-4 (Springfest Day). Ask Sheri to reserve a room. We would like speakers to give substantial information about the process, not the usual 10 minute blah, blah about tenure. Need several speakers to represent the university-wide committees and people who recently stood for tenure and promotion to give short talks – ACCFT and UNAC. This will be followed by an open forum for questions and small group discussions.




  1. Salary information data is not in good shape – but we have received it. Preliminarily, women make 83% of what men make, which is close to the average nationwide.




  1. Forums: The committee will discuss how the forums were organized on February 7. We'll discuss the committee’s goals and how to get there. Next forum is February 9 at TVC, 5-6pm.




  1. Next meetings: 2/7 1-3, 3/21 1-2, and 4/18 1-2.




  1. Talk with Sheri about the minutes on the web.



ATTACHMENT 134/7

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


Core Review Report


The committee met on 26 January with five members present and reviewed one academic course request and nine petitions. It is taking initial steps in the annual outcomes assessment of writing- and oral-intensive courses, and the chair is drafting a statement on problems with transfer credits within the state arising from regents’ policy. The committee agreed to meet next on Thursday, February 9 from 2:30-3:30 p.m.


Respectfully submitted, Mark Box


ATTACHMENT 134/8

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


Developmental Studies Committee Meeting

1/19/2006


Attending: Jane Allen, Nancy Ayagarak, Latrice Bowman, Marji Illingworth, Ron Illingworth, Linda Hapsmith, Cindy Hardy, Joe Mason, Guests: Randy Pueffer, Jane Weber


Old business


VTS 115: Latrice looked this course proposal over and reported that it looked like it met the requirements for a vocational math class at that level. She recommended that it approved by the DEVS committee and passed on to the Curricular Review committee. Motion to do so made by Joe. Motion approved.


Occupational certificates: BOR approved an Occupational Endorsement and Workforce Credential. This is in response to the less formal “Certificates of Completion” that have been developed and implemented at various campuses. The new approval process is a more involved process, including taking Endorsement and Credential programs through Curricular Affairs for approval, along with approval by an independent “occupational board” from the community.


From the Regents’ Recap of the Dec. BOR meeting:

At some campuses and departments, a “Certificate of Completion” for certain programs has been available, but not at others. The new degree and credential program tracks are:

Occupational Endorsement: Ranging from 9-29 credits applicable in some cases toward a higher degree, such as an associate’s or bachelor’s, and officially counted on a student’s transcripts. It would require formal admission and be eligible for financial

aid. Courses could include classes in numerous fields, from professional and technical courses to emergency response and early childhood training, among others.

Workforce Credential: non-credit programs that could include, for example, sexual harassment training or a special training on mine safety and health.


Expanding the role of the DEVS Committee: We again discussed the role of this committee, especially in light of the increased program and class approval workload that will be generated by the new Credential and Endorsement programs. After some discussion of the form this new role should take, we agreed to draft a motion to expand or change our role and will bring this to our next meeting for approval. Ron and Cindy will draft language for this.


Enrollment Management “Student Success” committee: There has not yet been any follow up to our response to the Enrollment Management report, which Cindy sent out to the committee and to the Chancellor, Provost, and Tim Barnett in December. The Enrollment Management Student Success Task Force will meet Friday, Feb 3. Nancy Ayagarak is the DEVS committee representative. She will be in Fairbanks for the Feb 3 meeting. Jane Allen agreed to be an alternate for Nancy.


Statewide Taskforce to Assure Remediation Results. Cindy read a memo from Craig Dorman calling for the formation of this taskforce. The STARR will address statewide issues in Developmental Education and make recommendations for programs and services to address the needs of developmental students. Jane Weber has agreed to serve on this committee.


New business


Number designators: Mary Earp has asked why DEVE 070 couldn’t be offered at the 100 level. A related question about the numbering of DEV-level classes came from the Curricular Review committee, related to VTS 115.


We agreed that there are many pros and cons to offering developmental classes at the both 0- and the 100 levels. The University has multiple missions; it is not solely a 4-year school, and academic and vocational degree requirements do differ. However, both 4-year and Community College-level coursework are college level, for both types are offered at UAF. Math and English classes are offered that are appropriate to the discipline in each certificate or degree program. We also discussed the different numbering system used at UAA, which offers a parallel class to DEVE 070 as English 109, for example. Many committee members feel strongly about this issue. We will discuss this further to see if any action needs to be taken.


Proposed meeting times for Spring semester:


Friday, February 10, 11:30am-1:00pm

Friday, March 10, 11:30am-1:00pm

Friday, April 14, 11:30am-1:00pm


ATTACHMENT 134/9

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


Faculty Appeals & Oversight Committee Report


Submitted by Lawrence Duffy

1-17-06


The review of administrators was discussed in light of the changing administrative environment at UAF. The following two motions will be discussed at the next FAOC meeting.


MOTION 1


The Faculty Senate moves to modify “Guidelines for the Evaluation Process for Administrators” (Senate Meeting 111, 2002 and Senate Meeting 115, 2003) to remove the list of Group B administrations from direct FAOC review and to revise evaluation process as follows:


Associate Dean/Campus/Program Directors, etc. in Group “B” (as listed below) are to be reviewed annually by their immediate Supervisor. On July 1st of each year, Group “B” Directors shall submit a report to their Supervisor on the previous year’s activities/accomplishments and include their goals for the upcoming year. Their supervisors will solicit input from faculty and staff and evaluate in letter format the Associate Dean/Program Director/Campus Director. A copy of the review will be forwarded to the Faculty Senate Office by October 15 of the year. The FAOC will review the evaluation to ensure faculty and staff input.


RATIONALE


After many years of debate and discussion, about 4 years ago the Faculty Senate created a policy to formalize review of administrators. In general, this policy has worked well, but as the number of administrators with titles of “Director”, “Associate”, “Assistant”, “Coordinator”, etc. has growen, it has been a significant burden on the Senate to review all “Group B” administrators. From a fairness issue, one administrator may be on the Group B list and another administrator holding a similar position may not.


The FAO proposes this motion as a first attempt to address this issue. In the case of “Group B” administrators, these persons should be reviewed annually by their supervisor. A confidential copy of the review will be sent to the FAO, to see that the review has had faculty/staff input and proper feedback was given to the Group B administrator. This is similar to the annual review of tripartite and bipartite faculty. Also, this will insure Group B administrators will get annual feedback from Deans and there is faculty/staff input.


MOTION 2


The Faculty Senate moves to modify “Guidelines for the Evaluation Process for Administrators” (Senate Meeting 111, 2002 and Senate Meeting 115, 2003) to include the new position of Dean of Libraries and Director of Research.


RATIONALE


Review of Group A administrators has worked well, but with the recent reorganization and new administrators under the Chancellor, the Group A review list needs revision. The policy issue for the Senate is one of who should be reviewed as personnel and job titles are changed, but function remains very similar. The Director of Research supervises research faculty via various institute directors while the Dean of Libraries supervises library faculty. Both positions make budgeting decisions affecting faculty and staff at UAF. These responsibilities are consistent with those of Group A administrators.


ATTACHMENT 134/10

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


Faculty Development, Assessment, and Improvement Committee


Meeting Minutes, January 20, 2006


Attending: Christie Cooper, Susan Henrichs, Marjorie Illingworth, Joy Morrison,

Larry Roberts, Chairperson


Larry Roberts began the meeting as new chair by applauding Lee Haugen for her service on this committee and for being selected as the new Director of the Northwest Campus in Nome.


He suggested the following agenda items: discussion of meeting times for the spring, the selection of a secretary, and a brief presentation on the upcoming educational conference to be held in Fairbanks.


It was determined that we had a sufficient number of members present for a quorum. Business was conducted resulting in the following decisions and shared information.


Meeting times: In order to accommodate the majority of the committee’s members, the third Monday of each month from 1-2pm was selected (2/20, 3/20, 4/17).


Secretary position: In response to the call for a volunteer, Christie Cooper agreed to serve as secretary.


Educational

conference: The Conference on Teaching Excellence will be held March 2-4 with a pre-conference being offered through Joy Morrison and the Office of Faculty Development on the 2nd before the conference begins that evening. The conference is funded through grant money garnered by the College of Rural and Community Development (CRCD) and focuses on teacher education and adult learning. The planners are preparing to accommodate 75 attendees, with CRCD faculty/staff receiving first choice. Speakers from the Lily North Group will be presenting. Joy Morrison will have the pre-conference taped and available on a website for those unable to attend.


Joy Morrison added that the decisions for spring/summer travel funding through the Office of Faculty Development were made today. The requested amount totaled $64,000. Through her office and matching funds from United Academics, $18,750 will be funded.


Next Meeting: February 20, 2006 @ 1:00pm


Respectfully submitted by: Christie Cooper, Secretary


ATTACHMENT 134/11

UAF Faculty Senate #134

February 6, 2006


Graduate Academic & Advisory Committee

January 23, 2006


Present: Cathy Cahill, Patty Gray, David Maxwell, Laura Milner, Heinz Wiechen, Susan Henrichs, Pauline Wilson, Joan Braddock, Tim Stickel, Melissa McGinty


No trial course requests were received by the deadline so we do not have any courses to review. However, we did continue discussions about issues that were raised last semester. They include:


1) We still need a replacement for Bob Bolton, one of the graduate student representatives on GAAC. Susan Henrichs said she would see if any of her graduate student volunteers would be willing to serve as the representative.


2) In fall semester 2006, the Graduate School will start requiring graduate student projects to be archived at the library and one of the two library copies of their thesis (the circulating copy) to be submitted in .pdf form. Beginning in Spring 2006, students will have the option to archive their projects and submit one of the thesis copies as a .pdf.


3) Graduate faculty – Susan Henrichs is looking for input on the idea of a graduate faculty eligible to serve on INDS committees.


4) New/trial course and program approval forms – The committee members discussed ways to clarify who to contact and how to ensure that faculty members proposing new courses and programs contact the library collections officer. Susan Henrichs is trying to revise the forms according to committee member comments.


5) The Natural Resource Economics proposed Ph.D. program may be coming back to the committee.


6) Moldy courses – It is time to delete moldy courses from the catalog and from the ‘not in the catalog but still officially in existence list’. The Graduate School is sending the latter list of courses out to the Deans and asking them to determine which, if any, courses should be saved. If the Graduate School and Registrar’s office do not receive a response stating a course should be saved, the course will be dropped. The Registrar’s office will also develop a list of courses in the catalog that have not been taught recently. This list will be sent to Deans and Departments to determine if the courses should stay in the catalog. There was a discussion of how often a purge of courses that have not been taught recently from the catalog should occur. Joan Braddock and Susan Henrichs believe that the courses should be examined every 3 years. Cathy Cahill will contact Rainer Newberry, the Chair of the Curricular Affairs Committee, and discuss it with him so that both GAAC and Curricular Affairs can address this issue.


7) The next meeting of GAAC will occur as soon as possible after the new course/course change submission deadline. Mondays are the preferred meeting days, but the Monday immediately after the course submission deadline is a Faculty Senate meeting so the chair and others cannot make a meeting on that day. The following Monday is Spring Recess and most of the committee was adamant that no meetings would occur during Spring Recess.

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