Minutes of the February 23, 2001 Meeting
PRESENT: Tom Colwin, Anne Hamilton, John Howat, Phil Johns, Larry Kenney, Marilyn Lavin, Larry Schuetz (for Stephen Solheim), Alvaro Taveira, Richard Telfer, Sally Vogl-Bauer, and John Washbush
ABSENT: Scott Bradley, Melissa Ellis, Glenn Hayes (for George Ferencz), Ann Ruff, Debra Schufletowski, and Jim Stewart
GUESTS: Denis Dale, Neil Dortch, Bennette Harris, Bob Mertens, Susan Messer, Karen-Sam Norgard, Jo Ann Oravec, and Dieudonne Phanord
Richard Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:16 p.m.
Phil Johns moved approval of the February 23, 2001 agenda. Tom Colwin seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Marilyn Lavin moved, and Tom Colwin seconded, to approve the January 26, 2001 minutes. The motion carried.
Dick Telfer clarified how he would address the Mathematical and Computer Sciences proposals that were postponed at the last UCC meeting (item VII on the agenda). He stated that he would provide some background regarding the consultation that has taken place and then take motions regarding the proposals.
The university-wide course proposal for a change in requisites for course 900-120 U.S. Experience in a World Context was received and recorded on a Larry Schuetz/Phil Johns motion.
Tom Colwin moved approval of the Art Department's proposal for a new course 110-222 Design Foundations for the Web. It was noted that the title in the agenda was listed incorrectly as "Web Design Foundations") Sally Vogl-Bauer seconded the motion, and the motion carried. Proposals for changes in the following submajors: Art Graphic Design Emphasis (BA), Art History Emphasis (BA), Fine Arts Emphasis (BFA), Fine Arts Licensure Emphasis (BFA), Art (General) Minor, Art History Minor, and Art Studio Emphasis within the Minor were also approved on a Colwin/Vogl-Bauer motion.
Dick Telfer spoke to the committee regarding the Mathematical and Computer Sciences proposals and how they were grouped. He then entertained a motion from Marilyn Lavin, with a second from Larry Schuetz, to approve the new emphasis Applied Mathematics and Computer Science Broadfield including the two new courses 765-443 Computer Simulation and 765-445 Computer Modeling. The motion carried. Larry Schuetz then moved, and Phil Johns seconded, to approve the new emphasis Mathematics (BA/BS) Computer Emphasis including the three new courses 765-322 Computer Languages and Compilers, 765-433 Theory of Algorithms, and 765-434 Theory of Computation. The motion carried. Phil Johns moved approval of the final new courses 765-281 HTML and Web Page Development, 765-282 Media on the Web and submajors Website Development and Administration Minor and Website Development and Administration Certificate. Larry Schuetz seconded the motion. After much discussion, the motion was defeated on a 5/5 vote.
|115-496||Arts of China||2017||2/09/01|
|131-496||Beginning Tap for Musical Theatre||2017||2/09/01|
|220-790||The Young Entrepreneur Conference and Business Competition||2011*||2/09/01|
|440-490||Introduction to Martial Arts Weapons||2017*||2/12/01|
|440-490||Martial Arts Sparring Techniques||2017*||2/12/01|
|440-490||Multicultural Perspectives: International Folk Dance||2017||2/12/01|
|440-490||Swing, Latin & Club Partner Dance||2017||2/12/01|
|444-490/690||Facilitating Health Behavior & Optimal Health||2017||2/12/01|
|444-490||Psychophysiology of Health and Physical Activity||2017||2/16/01|
|448-490/690||Development Championship High School Basketball Program||2017||2/12/01|
|480-490/690||Outdoor Education for Future/Current Teachers||2017||2/12/01|
|760-794||DOT Products of Vectors||2011*||2/09/01|
|772-496/696||Applied GIS: Environmental and Natural Resource Applications||2017||2/09/01|
|840-494||The Psychology of Mind/Body Spiritual Health||2021||2/09/01|
|* partial semester|
John Washbush seconded the motion, and the motion carried.