Minutes of the January 25, 2002 Meeting
PRESENT: Scott Bradley, John Washbush (for James Bronson), Jim Butchart, Dan Edlebeck, George Ferencz, Anne Hamilton, John Howat, Phil Johns, Larry Kenney, Jo Ann Oravec, Larry Schuetz, Bruce Eshelman (for Stephen Solheim), Alvaro Taveira, Richard Telfer, Eric Updike, and Wilfred Tremblay
ABSENT: Ann Ruff, Sandra Lawrence, and Jimmy Meler
GUESTS: Dieudonne Phanord and Anne Stinson
Richard Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:16 p.m.
John Washbush moved to approve the January 25, 2002 agenda. Larry Kenney seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Richard Telfer reminded the committee of which members are voting members. He then explained that there are special requirements for certain activities and notes that any proposals that change the General Education Requirements require approval by two or more representatives from each college.
The new course CIGENRL 214 Informing the Education Consumer: Issues in American Public Education from the Curriculum and Instruction Department was approved, including General Education credit, on a Alvaro Taveira/Scott Bradley motion.
Alvaro Taveira moved, and Anne Hamilton seconded, to approve the Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Coaching Department's proposal for a change in the Physical Education K-12 Non-licensure Emphasis (BSE). The motion carried.
John Howat moved to receive and record the Marketing Department's proposals for change in title and description of MARKETNG 429 (from Personal Selling, to Personal Selling and Sales Management) as well as the deletion of MARKETNG 349 Sales Management. John Washbush seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Phil Johns moved, and Jim Butchart seconded, to receive and record the changes in credit and contact hours MATH 041 Beginning Algebra and to approve the changes in credit and contact hours for MATH 141 Intermediate Algebra. After some discussion, the motion carried with at least two votes from each of the constituencies, noting that there was one dissenting vote from Letters and Sciences, and one from Arts and Communications.
|CIGENRL 490/690||Integration of Technology||2021||12/10/01|
|ECON 796||Econ Ed-Elem/Sec Teachers||2021||12/28/01|
|EDFOUND 490/690||Contemporary Indian Issue||2023||12/28/01|
|EDFOUND 490/690||World of Business||2021||12/10/01|
|EDFOUND 790||Inst Theory & Tech Integr||2021||12/28/01|
|PEGNRL 490||Racquetball I||2023||12/10/01|
|PEGNRL 490||Racquetball II||2023||12/10/01|
John Washbush seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Dick Telfer then distributed the proposal from the College of Education for a change in GPA requirements for Professional Education students. He noted that the GPA requirement has been changed to a 2.75 due to DPI requirements.
The meeting was adjourned at 3:10 p.m.