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Urbana-Champaign Senate
December 6, 2004; 3:10 p.m.
Foellinger Auditorium

I. Approval of November 1, 2004, Senate Minutes

II.Senate Executive Committee ReportóMichael Grossman, Chair

III.Chancellorís Remarks


V.Consent Agenda
Items on this list will not be discussed and will be considered as a block.Questions regarding any item should be addressed to the chair of the presenting committee before the meeting.Any item can be moved to Proposals for Action by request of any senator, either before or during the meeting.

Proposal to Transfer the Bachelor of Arts Degree, with a Major in Music, to the School of Music in the College of Fine and Applied Arts
Educational Policy
(A. Aminmansour, Chair)

Deadline for Filing Nominations for the Faculty Advisory Committee
Senate Executive Committee

VI. Proposals for Action

Nominations for Membership on Standing Committees of the Senate
Committee on Committees
(J. Prussing, Chair)

VII. Proposed Revisions to the University Statutes
(First Reading)

Revisions to the Statutes, Articles IX and X, to provide optional multi-year contracts, and related dismissal procedures, for certain academic staff
University Statutes and Senate Procedures
(J. Finnerty, Chair)

VIII.Reports for Information of the Senate

Update on the Academics of Student Athletes at the University of Illinois
Athletic Board

Board of Trustees Meeting, November 11
A. Aminmansour

IX.Committee of the Whole Discussion
The Senate Executive Committee Chair will move that the Senate convene as a Committee of the Whole to consider the subject below:

Campus Master Plan

Senator Henrique Reis, Chair of the Senate Committee on Campus Operations, will provide introductory remarks.A representative from either the campus/University administration or university consultant Sasaki Associates may also be on hand to answer questions and contribute to the discussion.Comments and questions will be limited to 2 minutes each, with a 30 minute time limit for the entire discussion.

X.New Business
Matters not included on the agenda may not be presented to the Senate without the concurrence of at least two-thirds of the members present and voting.