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Urbana-Champaign Senate
October 5, 2009; 3:10 p.m.
Levis Faculty Center

I.       Approval of April 20, April 27, August 31, and September 14 Senate Minutes

II.      Senate Executive Committee Report—Joyce Tolliver, Chair

III.     Chancellor’s Remarks

IV.     Questions/Discussion

V.      Consent Agenda

Proposal from the Graduate College and the Illinois Informatics Institute to Establish an Informatics Ph.D. Program

Educational Policy
(A. Aminmansour, Chair)


Proposal to Establish M.S. in Technical Systems Management and an optional graduate Concentration in the Professional Science Master’s Program, College of ACES and Graduate College

Educational Policy


Proposal to Eliminate the M.S. in the Teaching of Kinesiology in the Department of Kinesiology and Community Health, College of AHS and Graduate College

Educational Policy


Proposal to Eliminate Six Master of Teaching Degrees, College of LAS and Graduate College

Educational Policy


Proposal to Establish a BALAS in Latina/Latino Studies, College of LAS

Educational Policy


Proposal from the College of Applied Health Sciences to Revise the Undergraduate Major in Speech and Hearing Science

Educational Policy


VI. Proposals for Action

Nominations for Membership on Standing Committees of the Senate

Committee on Committees
(K. Graber, Chair)


VII. Proposed Revisions to the Senate Constitution (First Reading, Information)

Proposed Amendments to the Senate Constitution to support the inclusion of Other Academic Staff in the Senate Electorate

University Statutes and Senate Procedures
(W. Maher, Chair)


VIII.      Reports for Information of the Senate


May 21

A. Aminmansour



April 7
September 18

A. Aminmansour


IX.      New Business

X.       Adjournment


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