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Senate of the Urbana-Champaign Campus
December 8, 2014
3:10 pm


I.   Call to Order—Chancellor Phyllis Wise
II.   Approval of MinutesNovember 17, 2014
III.   Senate Executive Committee Report—Roy Campbell
IV.   Chancellor’s Remarks—Chancellor Phyllis Wise
V.   Questions/Discussion
VI.   Consent Agenda
  If a senator wishes to move an item from the Consent Agenda to Proposals and have copies at the meeting, they must notify the Senate Office at least two business days before the meeting. Any senator can ask to have any item moved from the Consent Agenda to Proposals.
  EP.15.22 Proposal from the College of Education to revise the requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

Educational Policy
(G. Miller)

  EP.15.25 Revision of Certificate in Accountancy program, College of Business

Educational Policy
(G. Miller)

VII.   Proposals
  SP.15.06 General Revisions to the Statutes
Motions #1 and #2
SP.15.06 Amended

University Statutes and Senate Procedures
(W. Maher)

  HD.15.01 Nomination for Honorary Degree

Honorary Degree
(J. Tyson)

VIII.   Current Benefits Issues (5 min.)
John Kindt, Chair of Faculty and Academic Staff Benefits
IX.   Reports
  EP.15.30 Report of Administrative Approvals through Dec 1, 2014

G. Miller



  HE.15.03 FAC/ IBHE Report – November 21, 2014

A. Aminmansour



  SC.15.06 BOT Observer Report – November 13, 2014

G. Miller

  SUR.15.01 SURSMAC Report – November 18, 2014

H. F. Williamson
J. Kindt

X.   New Business
    Matters not included in the agenda may not be presented to the Senate without concurrence of a majority of the members present and voting.
XI.   Adjournment


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