April 10, 2002
Senators Present: Renick, Sawey, Peeler, Gillis, Stone, Hays, Blevens, Hindson, McKinney, Brennan, Stutzman, Boone
Senators Absent: Stimmel, Blanda
Guests listed below in order of appearance.
Meeting was called to order promptly at 4:00pm by chair Renick.
Chair Renick appointed Senator Hindson to act as official time keeper for the first six Faculty Developmental Leave presentations and Senator Stone for the remaining presentations. The following faculty presented Developmental Leave Proposals:
Jennifer Forrest Modern Languages
Cynthia Peterson Curriculum and Instruction
Joseph Humphrey Accounting
Beth Wuest Family and Consumer Science
James Garber Anthropology
Paula Williamson Biology
Ricardo Torrejon Mathematics
Dalton Gross English
Elizabeth Ann Hall Curriculum and Instruction
Gary Winek Technology
The Senators submitted their ranking forms after briefly discussing each proposal. There will be seven more to hear at the next meeting. The timekeepers were praised for their exemplary work. They were decisive but kind.
The Senate then entered executive session to discuss a Post Tenure Review issue.
Chair Renick presented an anti-discrimination resolution that the ASG had passed to the Senate. The senate will consider it in a future meeting.
The minutes for April 3, 2002 were approved as read with the exception of a couple of ìtyposî.
Minutes frantically submitted by Joan Hays. End of the semester fast lane!