Agenda
Faculty Senate
February 8, 2017
ENGR 209
3:30 pm

I. Call to Order: John Pijanowski

II. Roll Call

III. Approval of Agenda

IV. Approval of Minutes from January 18, 2017

V. Reports

A. Provost, James Coleman

B. Global Campus, Don Judges

C. Chair, John Pijanowski

VI. Announcements

VII. Old Business

A. COIA - Motion to withdraw our affiliation with COIA (Tom Jensen)

B. Academic Integrity Policy - Karen Hodges

Policy Revision

C. Recommended changes to the composition of the All University Academic Integrity Board (AUAIB).  (Committee on Committees)

AUAIB Proposal

VIII. New Business

A. Academic Integrity Policy

New Sanction Rubric

B. Code of Student Conduct

Revisions - Code of Student Life

Presentation and Revisions

C. Consent Agenda

Consent Agenda:  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 February 8, 2017:

1. Course Change proposals – including undergraduate, graduate, law and dual level classes approved by the University Course and Programs Committee on January 27, 2017 and the Graduate Council on January 19, 2017 (PDF Report).
 
2. Graduate Program Change Proposal approved by the University Course and Programs Committee on December 16, 2016 and the Graduate Council on January 19, 2017 (PDF Report):

Proposed graduate program change for the Department of Curriculum and Instruction- EDLEES – Educational Leadership, Educational Specialist (2_EDLEES Report).

3. Proposed Policy Change Regarding Dual Level Classes: At the January 27, 2017 UCPC meeting, Patricia Koski moved and Nicole Rowan seconded to impose a University rule that disallows dual credit 4000-level classes.  The motion recommended that 4000/5000 level pairs be used instead. 

Benefits:  makes it easier to comply with ADHE rules about credits for graduate degrees; improves degree audits; removes requirement for graduate faculty status and attendant issue of TA’s access to Blackboard; reduces registration issues and issues related to retroactive graduate credit.  The motion was approved and forwarded to the Faculty Senate Executive Committee for consideration.

4. Policy change to the Academic Grievance Procedures for Graduate Students (in attachment).

IX. Executive Session

X.  Adjourn