Revised Minutes for June 2, 2003
Present: Mark Siders (Bus.), Diana Maltz (English; Senate Secretary), George Converse (Comp. Sci.), John Sollinger (Bio.), Barbara Scott (ECP; At-Large), Linda Wilcox Young (Econ.), Marc Levy (Psych.), Garth Pittman (Comm.; Senate Chair), Michael Naumes (Psychology), Jon Harbaugh (Bus.), Gudrun Gill (Foreign Lang.), Jonathan Bilden (Student Sen. Pro-Tem), Dale Vidmar (Library), John Fitton (Success at Southern), Connie Anderson (Library), Bill Danley (Special Ed.), Etsuko Fujimoto (Comm.), Kevin Talbert (Info. Tech. Svcs.), Lee Ayers (Criminology; Senate Vice Chair), John Whitesitt (Math.), Katy Bazylewicz (Mktg./Pub. Rel.),
Visitors (including incoming senators):
Alena Ruggerio, Ron Boldstad, Marny Rivera, Zinn, Curt Whittaker, Jean Maxwell, Sue Burkholder, Ken Kempner, Ed Battistella, Keith Chambers, Cody Bustamante, Kemble Yates, Linda Wilcox-Young, Dan Rubenson, Peter Wu, John Richards
Approving minutes for 5/19.
Converse approved, Danley seconded.
All in favor, one abstained.
Remarks from the Provost (
CL: With 29 days left as Provost, I am working on transition activities. Earl Potter will be in town spending time touching base. I will be teaching in a department summer field course in July and won’t be far off.
The only real activities now are to finish up evaluations on all direct reports. Am working on faculty contracts ahead of schedule. I will not be going to the COPLAC meeting, but Judith Ginsberg, Curt Bacon and Ed Battistella will go.
Thank you for all of your hard work this year. We will miss George Converse and Bill Danley [both retiring]. Bill has been an eloquent spokesman for SOU at ISF.
Remarks from the Student Senate (Jonathan Bilden)
None: student senator was not present.
Reflections from the Outgoing Chair (Garth Pittman)
Review of original survey from the fall, our goals and progress we have made.
Remarks from the President (Elisabeth Zinser)
Thank you to
Thanks to Garth Pittman for his commitment in heading the Faculty Senate.
Thank you to old and new senators.
Retiring senators are excused and new senators introduced.
Elections for Vice-Chair, secretary, and AC. Volunteers for various committees signed up on clipboard.
Distribution of new notebooks.
Closing remarks from the incoming new FS Chair, Lee Ayers on next steps for the Senate.
Updated Friday, October 1, 2004, 21:10:11