2006 - 07 FACULTY SENATE
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, SACRAMENTO
|April 6, 2006|
Voting Members Present (+ indicates alternate):
+Tanya Altmann, Nursing; Kristen Anderegg, Student Services; Stan Barrick, Learning Skills; Bruce Bikle, Criminal Justice; Steve Blumberg, Music; +Mary Botkin, Family and Consumer Sciences; Sylvester Bowie, Social Work; Bob Buckley, CSU Academic Senator (Computer Science); Kevin Cornwell, Geology; Karen Davis O'Hara, Child Development; Rafael Escamilla, Physical Therapy; Mike Fitzgerald, Communication Studies; Sarah Flohr, Art; Carolyn Gibbs, Design; Jason Gieger, English; Katy Hadley, Sociology; Tracy Hamilton, Mathematics and Statistics; Stanley Han, Management; Janet Hecsh, Teacher Education; Sue Holl, Mechanical Engineering; Lila Jacobs, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies; Cristy Jensen, Public Policy and Administration; Marlyn Jones, Criminal Justice; Mary Kirlin, Public Policy and Administration; Kurt Kuss, Library; Tom Landerholm, Biological Sciences; Jeff Lustig, Government; Kazue Masuyama, Foreign Languages; Wendy Matlock, English; Matt McCormick, Philosophy; Laureen O'Hanlon, Speech Pathology and Audiology; +Maura O'Keefe, Social Work; Jeff Paradis, Chemistry; Reza Peigahi, Library; Kath Pinch, Recreation and Leisure Studies; Peter Sharp, Business Administration; Mona Siegel, History; Chris Taylor, Physics and Astronomy; +Harry Theodorides, Kinesiology and Health Science; Kristin VanGaasbeck, Economics; Denise Wall, Nursing; Leon Wiebers, Theatre and Dance
Voting Members Absent:
Baird, Bilingual/Multicultural Education; Joyce Bishop, Anthropology; (vacant), Special Education, Rehabilitation and School Psychology; Mary Brentwood, Environmental Studies; Cindy Colinge, Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Ed Dammel, Civil Engineering; Louis Downs, Counselor Education; Tim Fong, Ethnic Studies; Scott Gordon, Computer Science; Candace Gregory, History; Hui-Ju Huang, Teacher Education; Leo Legoretta, Business Administration; Jeffrey Mack, Temporary Faculty (Chemistry); (vacant), Business Administration; Michelle Matisons, Women's Studies; Noelle McCurley, Student Services; Dan Melzer, English; Joan Niede, Kinesiology and Health Science; Kerry Phillips, Temporary Faculty (English); Mark Williams, Communication Studies; (vacant), Humanities and Religious Studies; (vacant), Management; (vacant), Athletics; (vacant), Biological Sciences; (vacant), Geography; (vacant), Mathematics and Statistics; (vacant), Psychology
|FS 06-94/Flr.||NOMINATION OF OFFICERS|
Nominations were opened for each of the following 2006-07 senate Offices. Nominations were moved and seconded. Nominations will remain open through the meeting of April 20, 2006
The Faculty Senate nominates the following to serve as 2006-07 Senate Officers:
Chair (one position) (no nominations were received) Vice Chair (one position) (no nominations were received) Policy Committee Chairs:
Academic Policies Committee
BOB BUCKLEY (Computer Science)
Curriculum Policies Committee
BEN AMATA (Library)
Faculty Policies Committee
AMY LIU (Sociology)
TONY SHEPPARD (Recreation and Leisure Studies)
MARK SIEGLER (Economics)
General Education/Graduation Requirements Policies Committee
JANET HECSH (Teacher Education)
Nominations were opened for the three (3) at-large positions on the 2005-06 Executive Committee.
The following candidates were nominated:
BRUCE BIKLE (Criminal Justice)
SYLVESTER BOWIE (Social Work)
TRACY HAMILTON (Mathematics and Statistics)
Additional nominations can be made at the April 20th meeting. When no further candidates are nominated, the nominations will be closed.
The 2006-07 Senate Officers will be elected at the meeting of the 2006-07 Senate on April 20, 2006.
The meeting was adjourned at 3:20 p.m.
Cheryl Johnson, Secretary