October 19, 1998, 3:10 p.m.
I. Approval of September 14, 1998, Minutes
II. Senate Council Report - Richard Schacht, Chair
III. Chancellor's Remarks
Dr. Richard Herman, newly-appointed Provost and Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs, has been invited to introduce himself to the Senate during this portion of the agenda.
V. Consent Agenda
LAS International Studies Minor
Educational Policy (R. L. Belford, Chair)
LAS International Studies Major
Revision of the Core Curriculum in Human Development and Family Studies, ACES
Proposal to Establish a B. S. Degree in Aviation Human Factors
Proposed Revisions to Rule 103 of the Code: Use of University Premises and Facilities
Conference on Conduct Governance (C. J. Jones, Chair)
VI. Proposals for Action
Nominations for Membership on the Military Education Council
Committee on Committees (N. P. O'Brien, Chair)
Action in Support of the FY2000 Budget Request for State Appropriations
Budget (J. L. Robinson, Chair)
Resolution on the Plus/Minus Grading System
VII. Proposed Revisions to the Senate Bylaws
Proposed Revisions to the Bylaws, Part D.6.(b) - Committee on Campus Operations Membership
University Statutes and Senate Procedures (R. M. Fossum, Chair)
Proposed Amendment to the Bylaws, Part D.1.(b) - Senate Council Membership
University Statutes and Senate Procedures
VIII. Reports of the Proceedings of Other Meetings
BOT, September 2-3, K. E. Andersen, SC.99.03
USC, September 24, G. Belford, UC.99.01
IX. Committee of the Whole Discussion
The Senate will discuss the subject of Library Issues. Robert Wedgeworth, University Librarian, Philippe Tondeur, Chair of the Campus Library Policy Committee (CLPC), and Alex Scheeline, Chair of the Senate Committee on the Library (SCL), will each provide brief introductory remarks. To provide a backdrop for both the speaker's remarks and the ensuing discussion, please read the SCL's report LB.99.01, Review of the University Library - Status as of September 20, 1998.
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.