Agenda
Faculty Senate
September 10, 2014
ENGR 209
3:30 pm

I. Call to Order: John Rupe, Chair

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of Agenda

IV. Approval of minutes from May 7, 2014

V. Reports

A. Provost Sharon Gaber

B. Vice Provost, Ro DiBrezzo, Faculty Development

Development Projects

C. Kathleen Lehman, Teaching Council

Current Attendance Policy in Faculty Handbook

Proposed Attendance Policy

D. John Rupe, FS Chair

VI. Old Business

VII. New Business

A. The following items are referred by the University Course and Programs Committee and/or the Graduate Council for review and action by the Faculty Senate at its meeting scheduled for September 10, 2014:

1. Course Change Proposals (Key):

a. Undergraduate course change proposals approved by the University Course and Programs Committee on August 8, 2014 – Table A

b. Graduate and dual credit course change proposals approved by the University Course and Programs Committee on August 8, 2014 and the Graduate Council on August 21, 2014 - Table B and Table C

2. Undergraduate Program Change Proposals approved by the University Course and Programs Committee on August 8, 2014:

a. Proposed undergraduate program change for the Walton College of Business College Wide Graduation Requirement: Use of Correspondence Courses (Table One, Attachment 1A). 

b. Proposed undergraduate program change for the Walton College of Business, college Wide graduation Requirement: Walton College General Education Elective Requirements (Table One, Attachment 1B).

B. Campus Council and Executive Committee Elections

VIII. Announcements

On September 17th, from 10 AM to 1 PM in ARKU 507-508, the Office for Faculty Development and Enhancement will host the fall semester's first Faculty Enrichment Series.  This month's topic will be University Perspectives:  Destination Graduation.  All are welcome at this "drop-in" event.  Faculty and staff members who have previously taught University Perspectives will be available to discuss the course with those interested in teaching or simply learning more about it.

On September 18th at 2 PM, the Office for Faculty Development and Enhancement will be hosting a dedication of the Baum and Alumni Awards winners display just outside the student union food court.  This display features photographs of the current year's award winners, and will be changed each year as new winners are announced.  The Chancellor and the Provost will be giving some remarks acknowledging the efforts of the university's faculty and recognizing the awardees for 2014.  All are welcome to attend the dedication ceremony, which will also include refreshments and door prizes.

IX. Adjourn