Minutes of the October 20, 2000 Meeting
PRESENT: Tom Colwin, George Ferencz, Anne Hamilton, Phil Johns, Larry Kenney, Marilyn Lavin, Heather Reichardt, Ann Ruff, Stephen Solheim, Alvaro Taveira, Richard Telfer, Sally Vogl-Bauer, and John Washbush
ABSENT: Scott Bradley, Melissa Ellis, John Howat, Debra Schufletowski, Larry Schuetz, and Jim Stewart
GUEST: Dieudonne Phanord
Richard Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:15 p.m.
John Washbush moved approval of the October 22, 2000 agenda. Tom Colwin seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Tom Colwin moved, and Stephen Solheim seconded, a motion to approve the September 22, 2000 minutes. Dieudonne Phanord then addressed the committee regarding the section of the minutes pertaining to the proposal to change the department name from “Business Education/Office Systems” to "Business Education/Computer & Network Administration". After some discussion, Marilyn Lavin moved that the minutes be amended to add a statement: "Dr. Phanord indicates that he did not feel that consultation took place; however, Dr. Marcia James believes that it did." Phil Johns seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Heather Reichardt then thanked the committee for their input regarding the possibility of a WSG survey for faculty and stated that WSG has decided against the idea at this time.
Phil Johns moved, and George Ferencz seconded, to receive and record the Geography and Geology Department's proposals to change the requisites for 616-100 Principles of Geology, 616-101 Elements of Geology, 616-204 Earth and Life History, 616-206 Planetary Geology, and 616-300 Principles of Oceanography. The motion carried.
Marilyn Lavin moved to approve or receive and record as appropriate the following Marketing Department proposals: Two new courses 260-351 Internet Marketing and 260-445 Database Marketing; the deletion of 260-339 Franchising; the change in title for 260-442 Logistics; and the changes in the Marketing Major and Minor. John Washbush seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Anne Hamilton moved, and Phil Johns seconded, to approve the following proposals from the Political Science Department: The new course 820-472 Government and Politics of China and the changes in the following programs: Asian Studies Minor, International Studies Minor, Political Science Minor, International Studies (BA), International Studies (BS), Political Science (BA), Political Science (BS), Political Science (BSE), Broadfield Political Science I Emphasis (BSE), and the Broadfield Political Science II Emphasis (BSE). The motion carried.
The Women's Studies and Anthropology Department's proposal for a new course 890-393 Women and Crime was approved on a George Ferencz/Phil Johns motion.
Phil Johns moved to receive and record the special courses approved between September 16, 2000 and October 11, 2000 which are as follows:
|220-496||Implementing Internet Applications||2011||10/10/00|
|290-790||Current Issues in School Business Management||2011||9/28/00|
|426-490||Workshop on Diversity and Multiculturalism||2011||9/26/00|
Dick Telfer spoke regarding the consultation process. A question was raised regarding intermediate grades (e.g., A/B, B/C), and another regarding the number of weeks in a half semester. Dick Telfer will bring the answers back to the committee.