DATE: January 17, 2002
TO: Academic Senate Members
FROM: Sandie Rietz, Chair
RE: MEETING DATE, PLACE, AND AGENDA
The next Academic Senate meeting will be held on Thursday, January 24, 2002 at 3:30 p.m., in the Chancellor’s Conference Room (McM 209).
I. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
II ITEMS – FIRST READING
Item 4.c SC 599 Thesis. New course.
Item 6.a REHA 501 Principles of Social and Rehabilitation Services. Change title and course description.
Item 6.b REHA 502 Psychological Aspects of Disability. Change title and course description.
Item 6.c REHA 504 Career, Special Education and Community Resources. Change title and course description.
Item 6.d REHA 515 Medical Aspects of Disability. Change title and course description.
Item 6.e REHA 521 Advanced Counseling. Change title and course description.
Item 6.f Master of Science in Special Education – Community Counseling Option. Delete Program.
Item 6.g Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling. Program modifications.
Guest: Alan Davis, Professor, SECREC.
III. ITEMS FOR INFORMATION ONLY
Item 7.a Calendars for 2003-2004 and 2004-2005 academic years. For information only.
IV. OLD BUSINESS
Announcement: ad hoc Committee on Writing Proficiency – Meeting scheduled for January 29, 2002.
V. NEW BUSINESS
A. Chancellor’s Request for Three Faculty Nominations to Serve on an Administrative Evaluation Committee to Evaluate Terrie Iverson, Administrative Vice-Chancellor. One individual will be chosen from the three nominees.
B. Provost’s Response (memo) to UCC and Senate Action on Items Below:
Item 118 Bachelor of Science in Education Degree Teaching Major in Social Science. Deletion of program.
Item 119 Bachelor of Science Degree Teaching Certificate Option in Biology. Modify existing program.
Item 119.a Bachelor of Science Degree Teaching Certificate Option in Chemistry. Modify existing program.
Item 121 Bachelor of Arts Degree with Teaching Certificate Option in History. Modify existing program.
C. Discussion of Policy of Submitting Items to the Board of Regents before submitting them to the Academic Senate.