College Senate Bulletin

Bulletin 27
27 April 2001

 

 

Upcoming Meetings

Date


Room

Time

1 May

College Senate

Newton 204

4:00 p.m.

For crying out loud, isn't that enough?

What more do you people want from me?

OK, I give up!

You win...(sob!)...

32 May

Mandatory all Faculty, Staff, and Student Meeting

Toberua Island, Fiji

26:78 m.a.

__________________________________________________________________

Correspondence: Christopher C. Leary, Department of Mathematics, South 324D
E-mail: leary@geneseo.edu Phone: 245-5383
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Contents


Comments from the Chair
Applications for Professional Leave
Call for Nominations
Excellence Awards and Distinguished Ranks
Agenda
College Senate Meeting—1 May 2001
2001–2002 College Senate Meeting
Minutes
Student Affairs Committee--24 April 2001


Comments from the Chair

Applications for Professional Leave

Applications for professional leave for the 2002–2003 academic year are due in Department offices on 15 September 2001 and in the Provost's Office 15 October 2001. In accordance with the Constitution, the Professional Leave Review Committee is charged with publishing the criteria by which they evaluate applications. Here is their statement:

"Sabbatical leave proposals are evaluated on the following criteria:
clarity of presentation of proposed objectives (including schedule and
planned outcomes), potential contribution of the project to teaching or
professional stature, necessity for leave, and evidence of productivity
in prior leaves or ongoing scholarly activity. See the Guidelines for
the Submission of Proposals for Sabbatical Leaves for further detail
and clarification."

The Guidelines for Submission of Proposals for Sabbatical Leaves are (is?) available in the Provost's Office.


Call for Nominations

Excellence Awards and Distinguished Ranks

Nominations are now being accepted for the following SUNY Ranks


Distinguished Teaching Professor

Distinguished Service Professor

Distinguished Librarian

Distinguished Professor

And for the following Chancellor's Awards:


Excellence in Teaching

Excellence in Librarianship

Excellence in Professional Service

Nominations for these ranks and awards must be submitted in writing by Monday,
September 17, 2001 to Terry Bazzett, College Senate Vice Chair, Sturges 34. Confidential nominations should consist of a 1-2 page nomination letter describing the nominee's qualifications for the award or rank.


Agenda

College Senate Meeting—1 May 2001

4:00 p.m.

Newton 204

Call to Order

Adoption of Agenda

Approval of the Minutes of the Previous Meeting
(Bulletin pp. 443–447)

Senate Reports


Chair's Report Chris Leary

President's Report Chris Dahl

Provost's Report Barbara Dixon

Treasurer's Report Anne-Marie Reynolds

Vice-Chair's Report Jan Lovett

University Faculty Senator's Report Ed Wallace

Central Council Report Eric Kallin

Reports of the Standing Committees


Undergraduate Academic Policies, Core, and Review Committee Ed Gillin


Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

Terry Bazzett

Second Reading (all passed first reading at the Senate meeting of 10 April)

  • Approval for Core Credit (Bulletin, p. 426)

    Social Science Core

Hist 155 Politics and Power in the U.S.
Hist 161 Issues in American History I
Hist 162 Issues in American History II
Hist 260 Women in U. S. History
Hist 264 Immigration in U.S. History
Hist 166 African-American History
Hist 266 Civil Rights Movement in America

Fine Arts Core

Arts 102 Intro to the Visual Arts

  • New Course

    Mathematics 340/Biology 340 Modeling Biological Systems (Bulletin, p. 426)

  • Minor Course Revisions

    INTD 203 Social Foundations of American Education (Bulletin, p. 274)
    INTD 301 (Mathematics) Topics in Secondary Education: Mathematics (Bulletin, p. 403)
    INTD 302 (Mathematics) Methods and Materials—Secondary Education: Mathematics (Bulletin, p. 407)

  • Major Course Revisions

  • EDUC 204 Dimensions of Teaching (Adolescent Certification) (Bulletin, p. 350)
    EDUC 340 Student Teaching—Middle School Education (Bulletin, p. 393)
    EDUC 350 Student Teaching—High School Education (Bulletin, p. 398)

    INTD 300 (Science) Topics in Secondary Education: Science (Bulletin, p. 286 and p. 393)
    INTD 301 (English) Topics in Secondary Education: English—Literature in the Secondary English Classroom (Bulletin, p. 276)
    INTD 301 (Social Studies) Topics in Secondary Education: Social Studies (Bulletin, p. 346)
    INTD 302 (English) Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: English (Bulletin, p. 291)
    INTD 302 (Foreign Language) Methods and Materials: Foreign Languages (Bulletin, p. 313)
    INTD 302 (Social Studies) Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: Social Studies (Bulletin, p. 341)
    INTD 302 (Chemistry) Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: General Science & Chemistry (Bulletin, p. 363)
    INTD 302 (Biology) Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: General Science & Biology(Bulletin, p. 369)
    INTD 302 (Physics) Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: General Science & Physics(Bulletin, p. 376)
    INTD 302 (Earth Science) Methods and Materials in Secondary Education: General Science & Earth Science(Bulletin, p. 382)

    SPED 205 Teaching Secondary Learners with Special Needs (Bulletin, p. 335)

  • New Courses

    EDUC 215 Foundations of Literacy (Bulletin, p. 356)
    EDUC 303 Field Experience (Bulletin, p. 323)

  • Program Revisions

    Secondary Social Studies (Related Requirements) (Bulletin, p. 328)
    Adolescent Certification (Bulletin, p. 410)


Faculty Affairs Committee

Maria Lima


Student Affairs Committee

JeeLoo Liu


Graduate Affairs Committee

Judy Bushnell

Second Reading (passed first reading at the Senate meeting of 10 April)

  • Program Revision

    M.A. in Speech Pathology (Bulletin p. 434)

New Business

Adjournment