2004-2005 FACULTY SENATE
California State University, Sacramento
April 28, 2005
ROLL CALL [+ indicates alternate]
Amata, CPC Chair (Library); Andersen, Family and Consumer Sciences; Barakatt, Physical Therapy; Barranti, Social Work; Bikle, Criminal Justice; Bishop, Anthropology; Blumberg, Music; Bowie, Social Work; Brady, Nursing; Brock, Special Education, Rehabilitation and School Psychology; Brodd, Humanities and Religious Studies; Buckley, APC Chair (Computer Science); Cornwell, Geology; Corral, Foreign Languages; Dammel, Civil Engineering; Davis O'Hara, Child Development; de Haas, Electrical and Electronic Engineering; M. Dillon, Geography; W. Dillon, Government; Endriga, Psychology; Fitzgerald, Communication Studies; Gieger, English; Gordon, Computer Science; Halbrook, Counselor Education; Hall, Library; Heaton, Student Services; Holl, Mechanical Engineering; Ingram, Mathematics and Statistics; Jensen, Public Policy and Administration; Kidd, Communication Studies; Kornweibel, GE/GRPC Chair (History); Krabacher, Statewide Academic Senator (Geography); Kuss, Library; Legoretta, Management Information Science; Liu, FPC Chair (Sociology); Marashi, History; Martinez, Environmental Studies; McCurley, Student Services; +Melzer, English; Nevarez, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies; O'Hanlon, Speech Pathology and Audiology; Rodriguez, Teacher Education; Roland, Temporary Faculty (Environmental Studies); Sheppard, Recreation and Leisure Studies; Walls, Nursing; Wright, Kinesiology and Health Science
|Absent:||Curiel, Sociology; Dundon, Philosophy; Estioko, Design; Ewing, Biological Sciences; Fong, Ethnic Studies; Han, Management; Hecsh, Teacher Education; Keys, History; Krovetz, Computer Science; Lagunas-Carvacho, Temporary Faculty (Foreign Languages); Leezer, Mathematics and Statistics; Linenberger, Athletics; Mack, Temporary Faculty (Chemistry); Marens, Organizational Behavior and Environment; Matisons, Women's Studies; McCollom, Learning Skills; McReynolds, Chemistry; Meyer, Accountancy; Nave, Kinesiology and Health Science; Ndlela, Physics and Astronomy; Perez, Economics; Phillips, Temporary Faculty (English); Qin, Psychology; Sharp, Management; Swim, Criminal Justice; Turrill, Art; Wiebers, Theatre and Dance; William-White, Bilingual/Multicultural Education|
The agenda was amended by adding FS 05-33/Flr. Support of Senate Bill 724, Resolution in. The agenda was approved as amended.
|FS 05-28/ConC.||COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS - SENATE|
General Education/Graduation Requirements Policies Committee
Jordan Halgas, At-large, 2008
Faculty Endowment Fund Committee
George Paganelis, At-large, 2008
Livingston Annual Faculty Lecture Committee
Tom Owens, At-large, 2006
Pedagogy Enhancement Awards Subcommittee
Hong Wang, Library, 2008
|*FS 05-29/Ex.||COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS - UNIVERSITY|
Search Committee for Assistant Vice President Academic Affairs, Student Academic Success and Educational Equity
|FS 05-30/Ex.||WRITING AND READING SUBCOMMITTEE, AMEND CHARGE AND MEMBERSHIP|
The Faculty Senate amends the charge and membership of the Writing and Reading Subcommittee of the Curriculum Policies Committee, as follows:
[underscore = addition]
The Writing and Reading Subcommittee of the Curriculum Policies Committee shall comprise one member from the English department and one member from each college serving three-year, overlapping terms, and the Coordinator of the Writing Program or designee, the Coordinator of the WPE, the Learning Skills Program Director or designee, and the Directors of the Center for Teaching and Learning and General Education, ex officio.
The Subcommittee shall:
- Advise departments and programs on means of meeting the Writing and Reading in the Majors policy;
- Advise departments and programs on the development of possible pilot projects;
- Advise Academic Affairs and the Center for Teaching and Learning on any matter related to the implementation of the policy;
- Advise the Curriculum Policies Committee on any proposed modification of the policy; and
- Evaluate self-study descriptions of current writing and reading requirements and assessment measures, and any changes planned to implement the Writing and Reading policy
- Review and adjudicate GWAR appeals.
|FS 05-31/Flr.||MINUTES OF APRIL 21, 2005|
|FS 05-33A/Flr.||WAIVER OF FIRST READING OF FS 05-33|
The Faculty Senate recommends waiving the first reading of FS 05-33/Flr. Support of Senate Bill 724, Resolution in.
|FS 05-33/Flr.||SUPPORT OF SENATE BILL 724, RESOLUTION IN|
WHEREAS: Senate Bill 724 will authorize the CSUs to confer doctorates in selected professional fields such as audiology, physical therapy and education; and
WHEREAS: The awarding of doctoral degrees in selected professional fields is consistent with the CSU mission of excellence in graduate education; and
WHEREAS: Senate Bill 724 will allow audiology, physical therapy, and education programs that currently exist in the CSU system to meet the nationwide need and accreditation requirements for these professional educational programs; and
WHEREAS: Senate Bill 724 will enable the audiology, physical therapy, and education programs that already exist and have faculty with the experience and expertise, to educate entry level practitioners at the doctoral level. These CSU programs have historically contributed to meeting the health care and education needs of Californians; and
WHEREAS: CSU programs in audiology, physical therapy and education meet the curriculum requirements of specialty accreditation agencies recognized by the US Department of Education for specialty education at the doctoral level; and
WHEREAS: The University of California system currently has very limited participation in the educational programs of audiology, physical therapy and education. The current size of the CSU/UC joint doctoral programs in education is not meeting the professional development needs of the State; therefore, be it
RESOLVED: That the California State University, Sacramento Faculty Senate lends its full support to the passage of Senate Bill 724
Carried (with three abstentions).
The following item received a first reading and will receive a second reading at the Faculty Senate meeting of May 12, 2005:
|FS 05-32/APC/Ex.||READMISSION GUIDELINES|
The meeting was adjourned at 4:35 p.m.
*Presidential approval requested.