Minutes of the February 4, 2000 Meeting
PRESENT: Tom Colwin, Shannon Duchow, George Ferencz, Greg Green, Phil Johns, Larry Kenney, Marilyn Lavin, Jo Ann Oravec, David Remmele, Ann Ruff, Larry Schuetz, Richard Telfer, Lance Urven, Sally Vogl-Bauer, and Meg Waraczynski
ABSENT: Amy Anderson, Scott Bradley, Lucas Derry, Melissa Hinderman, Jim Meyer, and Jim Stewart
Dick Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:25 p.m.
George Ferencz moved approval of the agenda with a correction to Item 6 that should have been listed as a Psychology Department proposal. Phil Johns seconded the motion which carried.
The January 21, 2000 minutes were approved on a Tom Colwin/Lance Urven motion.
Dick Telfer reminded everyone that to approve a change in General Education requires not only a majority, but approval by at least two members from each college.
Lance Urven moved, and Meg Waraczynski seconded, approval of the proposal from the College of Letters and Sciences for a change in General Education Requirements. After some discussion, and concerns being noted, the motion was amended by Phil Johns, and seconded by Greg Green, to add a "5-year review" requirement to ensure that sufficient science is being taught. The motion, as amended, carried unanimously. In addition, a recommendation to notify all students that they will be moved into the new program, unless otherwise requested (with no time limit), was received and recorded on a Marilyn Lavin/Tom Colwin motion.
Lance Urven moved, and Phil Johns seconded, to receive and record the Language and Literatures Department's proposal for a change in title for course 688-401 to ESL Curricula & Materials Development . The motion carried.
The new course proposal 840-480 (680) School Violence and Crisis Management from the Psychology Department was approved on a Meg Waraczynski/Phil Johns motion.
Greg Green moved to receive and record the special courses that had been approved between January 13 and January 27, 2000 as listed below:
|439-491(691)||Exploring Education and Culture in Jamaica||2007||1/27/00|
|436-490(690)||Reading Recovery III||2001||1/27/00|
|440-490||Swing, Latin & Club Partner Dance Beyond the Basics||2007||1/27/00|
|440-490||Martial Arts Sparring Techniques||2007||1/27/00|
|446-490(690)||Adventure Education and Experiential Learning||2007||1/27/00|
|448-490(690)||Development of a Championship High School Basketball Program||2007||1/27/00|
|* 448-490||Peer Mentoring on Alcohol Issues for Athletes||2007||1/27/00|
|448-490(690)||Promotion & Marketing of Athletic Programs||2007||1/27/00|
|448-490(690)||Strategies in Defensive & Offensive Techniques||2007||1/27/00|
Phil Johns moved to remove the item tabled at the last meeting, to accept the General Education Review Committee's Report to continue Science and Technology as a core course. Sally Vogl-Bauer seconded the motion. After some discussion, and some noted corrections regarding Lance Urven's involvement in the process and that the course is now web based, the motion carried.
The meeting adjourned at 3:10 p.m. on a Larry Kenney/Tom Colwin motion.