2004-2005 FACULTY SENATE
California State University, Sacramento
November 18, 2004
ROLL CALL [+ indicates alternate]
Amata, CPC Chair (Library); Andersen, Family and Consumer Sciences; Bishop, Anthropology; +Boles, Speech Pathology and Audiology; Brock, Special Education, Rehabilitation and School Psychology; Brodd, Humanities and Religious Studies; Buckley, APC Chair (Computer Science); Cote, FPC Chair (interim) (Criminal Justice); Cowan, Teacher Education; Curiel, Sociology; Dammel, Civil Engineering; de Haas, Electrical and Electronic Engineering; M. Dillon, Geography; W. Dillon, Government; Dundon, Philosophy; Endriga, Psychology; Gieger, English; Gordon, Computer Science; Hall, Library; Holl, Mechanical Engineering; Ingram, Mathematics and Statistics; Jensen, Public Policy and Administration; Kidd, Communication Studies; Kornweibel, GE/GRPC Chair (History); Krovetz, Computer Science; Kubicek, Criminal Justice; Lagunas-Carvacho, Temporary Faculty (Foreign Languages); Legoretta, Management Information Science; +Lindgren, Biological Sciences; Marashi, History; Marens, Organizational Behavior and Environment; Martinez, Environmental Studies; Matisons, Women's Studies; Matlock, English; McCurley, Student Services; Mejorado, Bilingual/Multicultural Education; Nave, Kinesiology and Health Science; Nevarez, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies; Perez, Economics; Rice-Sanchez, Ripchick, Sharp, Management; +Stockert, Physical Therapy; Wiebers, Theatre and Dance; Wright, Kinesiology and Health Science
|Absent:||Barranti, Social Work; Blumberg, Music; Bowie, Social Work; Brady, Nursing; Comstock, Nursing; Cornwell, Geology; Davis O'Hara, Child Development; Estioko, Design; Fitzgerald, Communication Studies; Fong, Ethnic Studies; Halbrook, Counselor Education; Han, Management; Hecsh, Teacher Education; Keys, History; Kuss, Library; Leezer, Mathematics and Statistics; Linenberger, Athletics; Mack, Temporary Faculty (Chemistry); Martin, Accountancy; McCollom, Learning Skills; Ndlela, Physics and Astronomy; Nevis, Student Services; Phillips, Temporary Faculty (English); Qin, Psychology; Roberts, Chemistry; Roland, Temporary Faculty (Environmental Studies); Santana-Sastre, Foreign Languages; Sheppard, Recreation and Leisure Studies; Turrill, Art|
|FS 04-69/Ex.||COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT - SENATE|
Faculty Endowment Fund Committee
Bob Buckley, 2005
Pedagogy Enhancement Awards Subcommittee
Kathy Moore, Arts and Letters, 2007
|*FS 04-70/CPC/Ex.||PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS|
The Faculty Senate recommends approval of the program change proposals outlined in Attachment A.
|*FS 04-71/APC/Ex.||ACADEMIC HONESTY, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, CHANGES TO|
The Faculty Senate recommends approval of the changes to the Academic Honesty Policies and Procedures outlined in Attachment B.
Background information on the proposed changes can be found at Attachment B-1.
|FS 04-73/Flr.||APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF OCTOBER 28, 2004|
|FS 04-68/FPC, Ex.||CFA'S PARTICIPATION IN NEW FACULTY ORIENTATION, RESOLUTION ON|
The Executive Committee has placed this resolution on the agenda at the request of the Faculty Policies Committee and does so without recommendation:
WHEREAS, CSUS operates under a collective bargaining agreement which covers all faculty, and
WHEREAS, Some new faculty may be unfamiliar with working in a union environment, and
WHEREAS, CFA represents the faculty in all grievance procedures, and
WHEREAS, CFA provides important resources and support programs for faculty, and
WHEREAS, The previous recommendation by the Faculty Policies Committee on March 17, 2004, was rejected by the Administration; therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That CFA be allowed to give a five-minute presentation during the Welcome section at New Faculty Orientations.
The above resolution was approved by the Faculty Policies Committee, October 6, 2004.
See the October 28, 2004 Faculty Senate Agenda Attachment C for background information.
Carried (with one abstention).
The following items received a first reading and will receive a second reading at the Faculty Senate meeting of December 9, 2004:
|FS 04-66/APC, Ex.||ACADEMIC CALENDARS, 2006-2007 and 2007-2008|
|FS 04-67/GE/GRPC, Ex.||INFORMATION COMPETENCE GRADUATION REQUIREMENT|
|FS 04-72/Ex.||RESOLUTION RE-NOMINATING PROFESSOR KATHLEEN E. KAISER AS FACULTY TRUSTEE|
Upcoming Senate meetings:
- December 9, 2004 - Senate meets (last meeting of the Fall semester)
The meeting was adjourned at 5:05 p.m.
*Presidential approval requested.