Minutes of the September 24, 1999 Meeting
PRESENT: Scott Bradley, Tom Colwin, George Ferencz, Phil Johns, Larry Kenney, Marilyn Lavin, Jo Ann Oravec, David Remmele, Jim Stewart, Richard Telfer, Lance Urven, and Meg Waraczynski
ABSENT: Greg Green, Terry Ostermeier, Nathan Schmitt, and Larry Schuetz
GUESTS: Dieudonne Phanord and Mark Skidmore
Dick Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:17 p.m.
Lance Urven moved to approve the agenda with an amendment to include a proposal from the Math Department as Item 3A. Phil Johns seconded the motion which carried.
Marilyn Lavin moved, and George Ferencz seconded, approval of the May 7, 1999 minutes. The motion carried.
Phil Johns moved to receive and record the administrative action to rename the Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences to Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences. Lance Urven seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
The proposals from the Business Education and Office Systems Department to delete courses 220-345 and 220-354 were received and recorded on a Tom Colwin/Scott Bradley motion. In addition, the proposals for a change in the Professional Business Minor-Computer End User Technologies and the Computer End User Technologies Major were approved on a Lance Urven/Marilyn Lavin motion.
Phil Johns moved, and George Ferencz seconded, to receive and record the Chemistry Department's proposals to delete courses 640-109 and 640-110. The motion carried.
Phil Johns moved to receive and record the Communication Department's proposal for a requisite, description, and repeatability change for course 164/166-332. Tom Colwin seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
The Finance and Business Law Department's proposals for a change in requisites for courses 240-444 and 240-456 were received and recorded on a George Ferencz/Scott Bradley motion.
Phil Johns moved, and Larry Kenney seconded, to receive and record the following proposals from the Languages and Literatures Department as a package: the grade basis and repeatability change for courses 682-493, 684-493, and 686-493; the number and requisite changes for courses 682-310, 684-310, and 686-310 (whic were 682-260, 684-260, and 686-260 respectively); and the requisite changes for courses 682-332, 686-331, 686-332, 686-333, and 686-334. The motion to receive and record all of the proposals as a package carried.
Meg Waraczynski moved to receive and record the Sociology Department's proposal for a change in title and description of course 880-345. Lance Urven seconded the motion and the motion carried.
George Ferencz moved to receive and record the special courses that had been approved between May 1, 1999 and September 17, 1999 as listed below:
|131-496||Beginning Tap for Musical Theatre||2001||8/31/99|
|131-496||Tap Dance II||2001||8/31/99|
|133-494||The Twelfth Night||2001||9/7/99|
|164/166-496/696||Survey of Digital Publishing||2001||9/17/99|
|290-790||Current Issues in School Business Management||1997||9/1/99|
|400-490/690||Teaching Gifted Students||1993||6/9/99|
|426-490||Mosaique: Workshop on Diversity and Multiculturalism||2001||9/17/99|
|426-490/690||Leadership Skill Development & the Information and Technology Literacy Standards||1993||5/7/99|
|426-790||Teams Planning Technology Integration in Problem-Based Projects||1997 *||9/17/99|
|436-490/690||Computer Applications for K-12 Educators||1993||6/9/99|
|436-490/690||Computer Applications for K-12 Educators||1997||8/24/99|
|436-490/690||Content Reading and Literacy||1997||9/8/99|
|436-490/690||Integrating Technology into the Middle School Curriculum||1993||6/29/99|
|436-490/690||Observing Early Literacy||1997*||9/17/99|
|436-490/690||Reading and Writing in the Kindergarten, Primary & Early Years||1997*||9/17/99|
|436-490/690||Reading Recovery Advanced Applications||1997*||9/17/99|
|436-490/690||Reading Recovery I||1997*||9/17/99|
|436-490/690||Reading Recovery II||1997*||9/17/99|
|436-490/690||Standard Based Instruction and Assessment||1993||6/9/99|
|436-790||Knowledge and Skills for Effective Mentoring||1997||8/30/99|
|440-490||Introduction to Martial Arts Weapons||2001||9/17/99|
|442-490||Swing, Latin, & Club Partner Dancing Beyond the Basics||2001||9/17/99|
|444-490/690||Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies for Weight Loss||2001W||9/17/99|
|448-490/690||Basketball Scouting and Video Analysis||2001||9/7/99|
|448-490/690||Championship Line Play||2001||9/17/99|
|448-490/690||Development of a High School Football Program||2001||9/17/99|
|448-490/690||Modern Day Offensive Football Techniques and Strategies||2001||9/17/99|
|448-490/690||Offensive and Defensive Line Strategies||2001||9/17/99|
|448-490||Peer Mentoring on Alcohol Issues for Athletes||2001||9/17/99|
|448-490/690||Principles of Coaching Football||2001||9/17/99|
|448-490/690||The Development of a Championship High School Basketball Program||1997||7/20/99|
|480-790||Pediatric Low Vision Instruction in the Schools||1997||8/27/99|
|600-491/691||Egypt: A Cradle of Civilization||2001||8/24/99|
|630-491/691||Natural History of Yellowstone National Park & the Upper Great Plains||2003||8/16/99|
|682-491/691||Summer Institute in France||2003||6/9/99|
|840-494/694||Qualitative Methods of Inquiry||2001||9/17/99|
|840-790||Current Topics for Professional School Psychologists - III||1997||8/4/99|
|880-496||International Perspectives on Crime, Justice, and Human Rights||2001||9/17/99|
Phil Johns seconded the motion, which carried.
The 1998-99 Undergraduate Audit and Review Reports were then accepted on a Phil Johns/Larry Kenny motion.
Larry Kenney moved to ask the Departments and Colleges to submit their curriculum proposals electronically, beginning with the November 5, 1999 meeting (with materials due October 27, 1999). Tom Colwin seconded the motion. After some discussion, it was agreed that only the signature page needs to be in hard copy and that proposals should be e-mailed (or sent on disk if necessary) to the Associate Vice Chancellors Office. The proposals will then be available on the web with the agendas and minutes for campus-wide access. The motion carried. The Associate Vice Chancellor's Office will contact the department chairs and the deans.
The meeting adjourned at 2:57 p.m. on a Larry Kenney/David Remmele motion.