College Senate Bulletin

Bulletin 7
13 October 2000



Upcoming Meetings

Date


Room

Time

17 October

All College Meeting/College Senate

Newton 204

4 p.m.

26 October

Executive Committee

South 309

12:50 p.m.

31 October

Student Affairs Committee

South 110

4 p.m.

14 November

College Senate

Newton 204

4 p.m.

5 December

College Senate

Newton 204

4 p.m.

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


Report of the Nominations Committee
Nominees for the Faculty Personnel Committee
Nominees for the Committee on Nominations
Random Musings from the Chair

Electronic Elections
Thanks
Agendas
All-College Meeting--17 October 2000
College Senate Meeting--17 October 2000
Announcement


Report of the Nominations Committee

Nominees for the Faculty Personnel Committee

At the All-College Meeting of 17 October, the following slate of nominees will be presented as candidates for election to the Faculty Personnel Committee for a 2-year term beginning 1 December 2000.

Douglas Baldwin

Larry Blackman

Patrice Case

Kurt Cylke

Laura Doan

Beverly Evans

Carlo Filice

David Geiger

William Gohlman

Rosanne Hartman

Harold Hoops

Kathleen Jones

Sonja Landes

Alan Lutkus

Donald Marozas

Darrell Norris

Ed Spicka

Gary Towsley

 

Nominees for the Committee on Nominations

At the All-College Meeting of 17 October, the following slate of nominees will be presented as candidates for election to the Committee on Nominations for a 2 year term beginning 1 December 2000. Further nominations will be accepted from the floor.

Dave Aagesen

Terry Browne

Ted Everett

Gerard Floriano

Charles Freeman

Cynthia Klima

 


 

Random Musings from the Chair

Electronic Elections

The current plan is to eliminate the paper ballot for the Fall Senate election. Becky Glass took the lead over the summer in suggesting that we ought to be able to run the elections on the web, and Maryann Stopha and CIT have been working on getting the system up and in place. Barring last-minute glitches, I plan on having voting done on the web, which should save a couple of trees and save a few person-hours that are usually spent counting the ballots. (We won't mention the person-hours that are being spent designing and implementing the election system).

Thanks

I would like to thank the Nominations Committee for their work in putting together the slate for the fall elections. Randy Bailey had been the chair of the Nominations Committee, and with his death the work of the chair fell into the laps of Pat Murphy and Jim Allen, and they did a masterful job of making sure that the committee met its tight timetable. I would also like to thank the outgoing members of the Committee. Cyndy Klima stepped in at the last moment to take Randy's place on the Committee, while Anne-Marie Reynolds and Wendy Pogozelski, found time to continue on Nominations in spite of all the other committee work that they have. Of course, now that nominations are in, I can find more things for them to do on Executive...


Agendas

All-College Meeting--17 October 2000

4 p.m.

Newton 204

Agenda

Call to Order

Presentation of the Nominees for the Faculty Personnel Committee

Presentation of the Nominees for the Committee on Nominations
Call for additional nominations for the Committee on Nominations

Adjournment


College Senate Meeting--17 October 2000

Immediately Following the All-College Meeting

Newton 204

 

Agenda

Call to Order

Adoption of Agenda

Approval of the Minutes of the Previous Meeting
(Bulletin pp. 32-36)

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 Curriculum Committee Terry Bazzett

First Reading

Course Deletion

Mathematics 214 (Bulletin, p.62)

 

Undergraduate Academic Policies, Core, and Review Committee

Ed Gillin

First Reading

Policy concerning distribution of course syllabi.

I anticipate the Policy Committee bringing to the floor a motion to require the distribution of course syllabi in paper form to each class at the beginning of the semester (c.f. Bulletin, p. 65). At press time, I do not have the language of the motion. Come to the Senate meeting and find out!

 

Faculty Affairs Committee

Maria Lima

 

Student Affairs Committee

JeeLoo Liu

 

Graduate Affairs Committee

Judy Bushnell

Report of the Intesession/Summer Session Task Force

 

Bob O'Donnell, Guest

 

New Business

Adjournment