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2018-04-30

Meeting of the: 
Council
Meeting Date: 
Monday, April 30, 2018
Minutes: 
Agenda is Below: 
  1. Minutes from April 16, 2018 and Announcements (PDF)
  2. Old Business
    1. Senate's Academic Organization and Structure Committee (SAOSC) – Al Cross, Chair
      1. Proposed New Center for Innovation in Population Health (PDF)
  3. Faculty Evaluation of the President (PDF)
  4. Proposed Change to College of Medicine 2017-18 Calendar and 2018-19 Calendar (PDF)
  5. Degree Recipient
    1. Honorary Degree(s)
  6. Committee Reports
    1. Senate's Admissions and Academic Standards Committee (SAASC) – Herman Farrell, Chair
      1. Proposed Change to BSBN Biosystems Engineering (PDF)
      2. Proposed Change to BFA Interiors: Planning / Strategy / Design (PDF)
      3. Proposed Change to PhD Nursing (PDF)
      4. Proposed Changes to PharmD Technical Standards (PDF)
    2. Senate's Academic Programs Committee (SAPC) – Margaret Schroeder, Chair
      1. Proposed New Undergraduate Certificate in Medical Behavioral Science (PDF)
      2. Proposed New Dual Degree: BS Human Health Sciences (BS HHS) and MS Athletic Training (MS AT) (3+2) (PDF)
      3. Proposed New University Scholars Program between the BS Agricultural Economics and MS Agricultural Economics (PDF)
      4. Proposed New University Scholars Program between the BSCOE Computer Engineering and MSEE Electrical Engineering (PDF)
      5. Proposed New Undergraduate Certificate in Production Engineering (PDF)
      6. Proposed New Undergraduate Certificate in Food Systems and Hunger Studies (PDF)
      7. University Scholars Programs approved by Graduate Council or the Graduate School, but not approved by the University Senate - BA Anthropology and MA Anthropology [pending receipt of final SAPC documentation] (PDF)
      8. University Scholars Programs approved by Graduate Council or the Graduate School, but not approved by the University Senate - BA Spanish and MA Hispanic Studies [pending receipt of final SAPC documentation] (PDF)
      9. University Scholars Programs approved by Graduate Council or the Graduate School, but not approved by the University Senate (PDF)

        Rationale for bundling: The following University Scholars Programs have been in existence and operating in the departments for a while. They were approved by the Graduate Council or the Graduate School but were not approved by the Senate. This is part of the USP clean-up process approved by the Senate in May 2017.

        • BS Agricultural Economics and MA Diplomacy and International Commerce
        • BSCS Computer Science and MS Computer Science
        • BA Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures – Track Classics and MA Classics
        • BA Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures – Track French and Francophone Studies and MA French and Francophone Studies
        • BS Physics and MS Physics
      10. University Scholars Programs without documentation of Graduate Council or Graduate School Approval and not approved by the University Senate (PDF)

        Rationale for bundling: The following University Scholars Programs have been in existence and operating in the departments for a while. There is no documentation that they were approved by the Graduate Council or the Graduate School and they were not approved by the Senate. This is part of the USP clean-up process approved by the Senate in May 2017.

        • BSCH Chemical Engineering and MS Chemical and Materials Engineering
        • BS Family Sciences and MS Family Sciences
        • BSMAE Materials Engineering and MSMSCE Materials Engineering
        • BM Music Performance and MM Music Performance
        • BA History and MA History
      11. Confirmation of Not Having a USP Proposal (PDF)

        Rationale for bundling: The following University Scholars Programs have been in existence at some point in years past. There is no documentation that they were approved by the University Senate. As part of the USP clean-up process approved by Senate in May 2017, departments were given the opportunity to submit their USPs for Senate approval. The following have chosen to NOT have an approved USP.

        • Chemistry
        • Geography
      12. Proposed USP Sociology – BA Sociology and MA Sociology [pending receipt of final SAPC documentation]
  7. Tentative Senate Agenda for May 7, 2018 (PDF)
  8. Discussion on Processing Proposed Changes to Administrative Regulations 6:2 (“Policy and Procedures for Addressing and Resolving Allegations of Sexual Assault, Stalking, Dating Violence, and Domestic Violence”) [pending receipt of proposal] (PDF)
  9. Senate Meeting Roundtable (Time Permitting)
  10. Items from the Floor (Time Permitting)