Dalton State Faculty Senate Meeting Agenda and Minutes: 2013 February 13

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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10758/574906
Title:
Dalton State Faculty Senate Meeting Agenda and Minutes: 2013 February 13
Authors:
Faculty Senate, Dalton State
Affiliation:
Dalton State
Issue Date:
13-Feb-2013
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10758/574906
Type:
Meetings and Proceedings
Language:
en_US
Description:
Unfinished business included a review of the academic calendar, concerns about the final exam schedule, collection of the minutes of faculty committees' meetings, and an update on the new course evaluation process. New business: a motion to print only the agenda for Faculty Senate meetings; a report on child care on campus; bylaw change affecting the schedule and meetings of the FDW subcommittee Teaching, Scholarship, and Service Awards; Dr Stone announced the Board of Regents would be conducting a routine audit, the BOR Academic Affairs Committee is working on a new policy for intercollegiate athletics, the NAIA visiting team visited campus and would report back regarding approval, and Dr Stone reported back from the Academic Affairs Committee that they were looking for programs of low productivity for possible elimination and for state colleges to focus on teaching and service; April Kaye volunteered to coordinate an ad hoc committee for the Honors Convocation and and to coordinate a week in April for each department/school to showcase student scholarship; an update to the Strategic Plan was distributed; Academic Conduct Committee minutes were distributed; Faculty Welfare Subcommittee minutes were distributed; Academic Programs Committee minutes were distributed; Matt Hipps made motions recommending a standardized re-admission process and an ad hoc committee undertake the process. Volunteers for the ad hoc committee are: Matt Hipps, Cathy Hunsicker, Jonathon Lampley, Sarah Mergel, and Richard Collison.
Series/Report no.:
2013.2.13
Appears in Collections:
Faculty Senate Meetings

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DC FieldValue Language
dc.contributor.authorFaculty Senate, Dalton Stateen
dc.date.accessioned2015-08-17T19:32:51Zen
dc.date.available2015-08-17T19:32:51Zen
dc.date.issued2013-02-13en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10758/574906en
dc.descriptionUnfinished business included a review of the academic calendar, concerns about the final exam schedule, collection of the minutes of faculty committees' meetings, and an update on the new course evaluation process. New business: a motion to print only the agenda for Faculty Senate meetings; a report on child care on campus; bylaw change affecting the schedule and meetings of the FDW subcommittee Teaching, Scholarship, and Service Awards; Dr Stone announced the Board of Regents would be conducting a routine audit, the BOR Academic Affairs Committee is working on a new policy for intercollegiate athletics, the NAIA visiting team visited campus and would report back regarding approval, and Dr Stone reported back from the Academic Affairs Committee that they were looking for programs of low productivity for possible elimination and for state colleges to focus on teaching and service; April Kaye volunteered to coordinate an ad hoc committee for the Honors Convocation and and to coordinate a week in April for each department/school to showcase student scholarship; an update to the Strategic Plan was distributed; Academic Conduct Committee minutes were distributed; Faculty Welfare Subcommittee minutes were distributed; Academic Programs Committee minutes were distributed; Matt Hipps made motions recommending a standardized re-admission process and an ad hoc committee undertake the process. Volunteers for the ad hoc committee are: Matt Hipps, Cathy Hunsicker, Jonathon Lampley, Sarah Mergel, and Richard Collison.en
dc.language.isoen_USen
dc.relation.ispartofseries2013.2.13en
dc.subjectchild careen
dc.subjectNAIAen
dc.subjectReadmission processen
dc.titleDalton State Faculty Senate Meeting Agenda and Minutes: 2013 February 13en_US
dc.typeMeetings and Proceedingsen
dc.contributor.departmentDalton Stateen
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