FACULTY SENATE RECOMMENDATIONS
2001 - 2002
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Status of Recommendation
|Recommends approval of the listed COURSE DELETION in the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS: HST 377.|
|Recommends approval of the listed COURSE ADDITIONS in the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS: HST 436 and RST 311.|
|SR-01-02-3||CC||Approved||Recommends approval of the following COURSE CHANGES in the COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES: CI 310 and CI 427.|
|SR-01-02-4||UF||Approved||CONFIDENTIAL RECOMMENDATION Recommends that the following individuals should be considered for honorary degrees at the May 2002 Commencement:|
|SR-01-02-5||UF||Approved||CONFIDENTIAL RECOMMENDATION Recommends that the following individuals should be considered for commencement speaker at the May 2002 Commencement:|
Recommends that the Faculty Senate continue to support a bill, which will
authorize the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission to change employer’s
contributions from 6% to 7.5% and reduce employee contributions from 6% to 4.5% to the TIAA-CREF
retirement funds. Such an adjustment should be defined as an equity adjustment.
|SR-01-02-7||LA||Approved||Recommends that the Faculty Senate, the University President, and the Institutional Board of Governors support an enhancement legislation on SB653 which re-instates the voting memberships in the WV Higher Education Policy Commission for the State Representatives of the Advisory Council of Faculty, Classified Employees, and Students.|
Recommends that the Marshall University community actively participate in
all legislative forums regarding the pertinent issues of higher education in West Virginia. In
addition to voluntary efforts, appropriate representatives from the various campus constituencies
(e.g., President’s Cabinet, Dean’s Council, Classified Staff Council, student organizations,
Faculty Senate, Legislative Affairs Committee, and other faculty and staff organizations, etc…)
and alumni organizations should be identified. The University President, the President of Faculty
Senate, and/or their representative is responsible for the coordination and assignment. The
assignees are encouraged to attend the public hearings as well as the interim and regular
legislative sessions. These representatives could be granted official leave time and reimbursed
financial expenses as appropriate.
Recommends that the Faculty Senate support the concept of legalizing state
employees’ service in the West Virginia Legislature.
|SR-01-02-10||PFPC||Returned to Committee||
Recommends that the University implement a smoking ban in certain specific areas of the campus. Specifically, smoking shall be banned in the following areas: (1) In and around all areas of Corbly Hall. This includes the front and back entrances under the building overhangs and at both ends of the building where the entrances are enclosed and/or covered. (2) In and around Smith Hall and Smith Music buildings. This includes the bridge as well as under the bridge leading into Smith Hall. It also includes the covered area on the North Side of the building located along Third Avenue.
Recommends approval of the listed COURSE CHANGE for the Elizabeth
McDowell Lewis College of Business:
approval of the listed COURSE DELETION for the College
of Education & Human Services:
Recommends approval of the listed COURSE ADDITIONS for the College
of Education & Human Services: PE
380, PE 442, and PLS 340.
|SR-01-02-13||FS||Approved||Recommends to the President that he marshal all the available resources--faculty, staff, and students--to express to the Legislature our deep concern over potential budget cuts.|
|SR-01-02-14||PFPC||Returned to Committee||
Recommends that the University post signs near all campus building entrances prohibiting smoking
from within (a to be specified) distance from the building entrance.
|SR-01-02-15||CC||Approved||Recommends approval of the listed COURSE ADDITIONS in the following colleges and/or schools: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS: CL 470 and COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES: ITL 430.|
|SR-01-02-16||CC||Approved||Recommends approval of the listed COURSE CHANGES for the College of Liberal Arts: LAT 304; LAT 306 and LAT 309.|
|SR-01-02-18||FPC||Returned to Committee||Recommends that should the dean or other head of an academic unit fail in his/her duties to hold an election for Faculty Senate purposes and to report the results of that election to the Faculty Senate president, the Faculty Senate shall initiate and conduct the election.|
|SR-01-02-19||UF||Approved||CONFIDENTIAL RECOMMENDATION Recommends that the following individuals be added to our previous recommendation for consideration as commencement speaker at a future commencement exercise.|
|SR-01-02-20||EC||Returned to Committee||Recommends that the Ethics Ad Hoc Committee document be approved for broadcast through the all-faculty list serv, "Statement of Professional Ethics for All Employees."|
|SR-01-02-20R||EC||Approved||Recommends that the Ethics Ad Hoc Committee document be approved for broadcast through the all-faculty list serv, "Statement of Professional Ethics for All Employees."|
|SR-01-02-21||EC||Approved by Senate; Read by University President||Recommends that the following revisions be made to the Faculty Constitution to make the language reflect verbiage used presently within the university community. These changes will become effective with Senate approval, re: Creation of Bylaw #14.|
|SR-01-02-22||EC||Approved by Senate; Read by University President||Recommends that the Constitutional Ad Hoc Committee's proposed three amendments to the Faculty Constitution be approved for presentation to the full faculty for their deliberation and subsequent vote, re: Graduate Committee.|
|SR-01-02-23||EC||Approved by Senate; Read by University President||Recommends that the following revisions be made to the Faculty Constitution to make the language reflect verbiage used presently within the university community. Upon approval by the Senate, these revisions will be presented to the full Faculty for their approval to put in ballot format and subsequent vote, re: various.|
|SR-01-02-24||CC||Approved||Recommends approval of the listed COURSE DELETIONS from the following colleges and/or schools: COLLEGE OF SCIENCE: IST 112.|
|SR-01-02-25||CC||Approved||Recommends approval of the listed COURSE CHANGES for the following colleges and/or schools: COLLEGE OF SCIENCE: IST 160 and COLLEGE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING: SFT 454.|
|SR-01-02-26||CC||Approved||Recommends approval of the listed COURSE ADDITIONS in the following colleges and/or schools: COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES: CI 301; COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS: MUS 102, MUS 279 A B C D, MUS 305, MUS 306, MUS 379; and COLLEGE OF SCIENCE: BSC 365, BSC 417, BSC 448.|
|SR-01-02-27||FPC||Returned to Committee||Recommends that the policy for conducting a vote of no confidence be adopted as standard procedure.|
|SR-01-02-27R||FPC||Approved by Senate; Disapproved by University President||Recommends that the policy for conducting a vote of no confidence be adopted as standard procedure.|
|SR-01-02-28||BAPC||Approved||Recommends the approval of the University Academic Probation and Suspension Policy proposal. Effective Fall 2003.|
|SR-01-02-29||CC||Approved||Recommends approval of the listed COURSE ADDITIONS in the following colleges and/or schools: COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS: MUS 217, MUS 231, MUS 232, MUS 260/460, MUS 307, MUS 323, MUS 331, MUS 332, MUS 411 and the COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS: HST 445, RST 319.|
|SR-01-02-30||FS||Approved by Senate; Disapproved by University President||Recommends adoption of the policy relating to smoking at academic building entrances.|
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