Minutes of the January 26, 2001 Meeting
PRESENT: Scott Bradley, Tom Colwin, Glenn Hayes (for George Ferencz), Anne Hamilton, John Howat, Tony Gulig (for Phil Johns), Larry Kenney, Marilyn Lavin, Larry Schuetz, Debra Schufletowski, Stephen Solheim, Jim Stewart, Alvaro Taveira, Richard Telfer, Sally Vogl-Bauer, and John Washbush
ABSENT: Melissa Ellis and Ann Ruff
GUESTS: Denis Dale, Maureen Griffin, Bob Mertens, Susan Messer, Karen-Sam Norgard, Dieudonne Phanord, and Wilfred Tremblay
Richard Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:17 p.m.
Tom Colwin moved approval of the January 26, 2001 agenda. Marilyn Lavin seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Tom Colwin moved, and Marilyn Lavin seconded, to approve the November 17, 2000 minutes. The motion carried.
Dick Telfer announced that the student records portion of our new administrative software would be going live this spring. During this implementation period there is likely to be a delay in processing some curricular changes. Some changes will also require some additional lead time (e.g., the departmental name change on the agenda, if approved, will not be in the timetable until Spring 2002). He also explained the consultation process, and how it pertains to the UCC.
The College of Business and Economics' course proposals for a change in degree BBA [Regarding the Computer End-User Technologies] and for a change in the General Business (BBA) Major were approved on Marilyn Lavin/Tom Colwin motions.
Stephen Solheim moved approval of the Biological Sciences Department's proposal for a new emphasis Marine Biology and Freshwater Ecology. Phil Johns seconded the motion. Dick Telfer then raised issues regarding the course and its travel to Deakin University during the student's final year and the uniqueness of the Deakin courses. Phil Johns moved to amend the motion to include exceptions to the university's "last 15 credit" rule as well as the "15 credit maximum" for study abroad credit. Stephen Solheim seconded, and the motion as amended carried.
Sally Vogl-Bauer moved, and Glen Hayes seconded, to approve the Communication Department's proposals for a new emphasis International Journalism, 3/1 Program with Deakin University. The motion carried.
Phil Johns moved to approve the History Department's proposals for changes in the following majors and submajors:
History (BA/BS), History (BSE), Social Studies-Broadfield History I Emphasis (BSE), Social Studies History II Emphasis (BSE), History Minor, History Minor Elementary Education Emphasis, and History Minor Secondary Education Emphasis
See proposal Tom Colwin seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
The Political Science and Sociology Departments' proposal for a change in contact hours and credit for 617/880-280 Introduction to Australian Studies: Australian Society & Culture was received and recorded on a Phil Johns/Marilyn Lavin motion.
The Safety Studies Department's proposal for a change in department name from: Safety Studies to: Occupational and Environmental Safety & Health was approved on a Alvaro Taveira/Scott Bradley motion. It was noted that the name change will not be reflected in the timetable until Spring 2002, and may be modified slightly to remove the double "and".
The Special Education Department's new course proposal 480-201 Disability in Society was approved on a Larry Kenney/Alvaro Taveira motion.
The Theatre Department's proposal for a change in the Arts Management Minor was approved on a Tom Colwin/Sally Vogl-Bauer motion.
Tom Colwin moved to receive and record the special courses approved between November 9, 2000 and January 19, 2001 which are as follows:
|150-790||Introduction to Music Technology||2013||12/14/00|
|164/166-496||Television News Reporting and Production||2011||11/2/00|
|164/166-496/696||Survey of Digital Publishing||2011||11/15/00|
|164-496/166-496||Advertising Media Planning and Buying||2017||12/7/00|
|220-490/690||E-Commerce for Educators||2013||12/14/00|
|220-496/696||Marketing Education Professional Development Conference||2013||10/26/00|
|220-496/696||Teaching International Business Seminar||2013||10/26/00|
|220-790||Creating Web Pages for Business and Marketing Education||2013||11/8/00|
|220-790||Inspiration Software for Educators||2013||11/20/00|
|220-790||Inspiration Software for Educators||2013||11/24/00|
|220-790||Technology Update for Business and Marketing Educators||2013||11/24/00|
|220-796||International Business Education Conference||2013||10/26/00|
|220-796||International Society for Business Education Conference||2013||11/20/00|
|230-496/696||Teaching International Business Seminar||2013||11/27/00|
|230-796||Standards & Economics For Elementary Teachers||2013||12/7/00|
|230-796||Standards and Economics for Elementary Teachers||2013||11/27/00|
|290-790||School-Community Relations for Practicing School Business Managers||2011||1/04/01|
|400-490/690||Teaching Gifted Students||2013||11/20/00|
|400-496/690||Children At Risk||2013||11/20/00|
|420-490/690||Immigrants & American Schools: Foundational Issues for Teachers||2011||1/04/01|
|424-790||Designing Performance Assessments for the Elem. Classroom||2013||11/24/00|
|424-790||Designing Performance Assessments for the Sec. Classroom||2013||11/24/00|
|426-490||Contemporary Wisconsin Indian Issues in Education||2013||11/24/00|
|426-490||Teaching as a Profession||2011||10/27/00|
|426-490/690||Service Learning in Community & School Settings||2017||1/10/01|
|426-490/690||Storytelling & Literacy Learning||2013||11/8/00|
|426-490/690||Teaching Performing Arts: Interactive Pedagogy for Educators||2013||11/8/00|
|426-490/690||What Does Research Tell Us?||2011||12/7/00|
|426-490/690||World of Business - Education for Employment||2011||12/7/00|
|426-491/691||Jamaica Service Learning Experience||2013||10/27/00|
|426-790||Implementing/Evaluating Technology-Infused Problem-Based Projects||2011||12/26/00|
|426-790||Supervising Library Media Practicum Students||2011||12/26/00|
|436-490/690||Implementing Technology in the K-12 Classroom||2011||12/26/00|
|436-490/690||Improving Instruction through the Integration of Technology||2011||12/26/00|
|436-490/690||The Teacher's Initiation and Involvement of Today's Parents||2011||12/19/00|
|439-491/691||Exploring Education & Culture in Jamaica||2017||1/10/01|
|444-490/690||Advanced Stress Management||2013||11/20/00|
|448-490/690||Basketball Camp Administration & Fundamentals||2013||11/20/00|
|448-490/690||Child and Adolescent Health Enhancement||2011||1/10/01|
|448-490/690||Developing the High School Offensive and Defensive Lineman||2013||11/27/00|
|448-490/690||Developing the Quarterback and Wide Receiver||2013||12/19/00|
|448-490/690||Football Camp Organization and Observation||2013||11/20/00|
|448-490/690||Legal Issues: Athletics and Physical Education||2013||11/20/00|
|448-490/690||Offensive and Defensive Line Strategies||2011||11/15/00|
|448-490/690||Playing and Coaching Championship Golf||2013||11/20/00|
|448-490/690||Pressure Basketball in the New Millennium||2013||11/20/00|
|448-490/690||Promotion & Marketing of Athletic Programs||2013||11/20/00|
|448-490/690||Tournament and Championship Planning and Management||2013||11/20/00|
|480-490/690||Computer Applications in the Special Education Classroom||2013||11/20/00|
|480-490/690||Managing Resistance Institute Workshop||2013||11/20/00|
|480-490/690||Post-Institute Workshop: Managing Resistance||2013||11/20/00|
|480-490/690||Pre-Institute Workshop: Managing Resistance||2013||11/20/00|
|480-490/690||School to Work Transition Plan||2013||11/24/00|
|490-490/690||Life/Work and Career Planning||2011||11/2/00|
|510-490/690||Adolescent Language Learning: Teaching the Hard to Reach||2013||11/15/00|
|510-490/690||Communication Strategies for Adolescents w/ Language Disorders||2013||11/15/00|
John Washbush seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
A proposal for improved Procedures for Curriculum Proposal Form #1 was reviewed and accepted by the committee on a John Washbush/Tom Colwin motion.
Dick Telfer discussed an issue regarding contact hours for special courses that are web based. A subcommittee comprised of John Washbush, Tom Colwin, Sally Vogl-Bauer, Jim Stewart, and Dick Telfer will meet prior to March 20th.