Faculty Senate Meeting
Attendees: Kurt Anderson, Linnda Caporael (President), Steve Derby, Don Drew, Gary Gabriele, Prabhat Hajela, Gerald Korenowski, Jon Newell, Ralph Noble, Randy Norsworthy, Bud Peterson (Provost), Mark Rea, Susan Sanderson, Trina Sego, Don Steiner, Mary Anne Waltz, Bruce Watson.
President Caporael opened the meeting at . Motion made by Drew to accept minutes of last meeting, seconded by Hajela. Minutes approved with one correction; "Performance and Tenure committee" should be "Promotion and Tenure committee."
Report from Don Drew, Chair of Promotion & Tenure Committee, stated that there were few cases being reviewed this semester.
Report from Ralph Noble, Chair of Planning and Resources Committee, stated that the Performance Planning Retreats were progressing. Noble stressed the importance of faculty involvement in the process.
Prabhat Hajela led the discussion surrounding the agenda for the upcoming general Faculty Meeting on November 28. Few items were suggested, and President Caporael requested every senator to consult their constituents for suggested topics and report back at the next meeting.
President Caporael led the discussion of items for the upcoming
visit by the Executive Committee to the
Two ad hoc committees concerned with the events of September
11 were formed during the previous meeting of the Faculty Senate. Chairs reported
to the Senate. Chair Noble presented a document entitled "
Chair Drew provided a short statement for the Senate to consider which, in effect, stated that the Faculty Senate supported the activities of the Center for Ethics and Complex Systems as they relate to the events of September 11. Drew further stated that the ad hoc committee had voted to disband. This item was tabled for discussion at the next meeting of the Faculty Senate.
A motion to adjourn was made and seconded. The meeting adjourned at .