Minutes of the December 14, 2001 Meeting
PRESENT: Scott Bradley, James Bronson, Jim Butchart, George Ferencz, Anne Hamilton, John Howat, Phil Johns, Larry Kenney, Jimmy Meler, Jo Ann Oravec, Larry Schuetz, Stephen Solheim, Alvaro Taveira, Richard Telfer, and Wilfred Tremblay
ABSENT: Ann Ruff, Dan Edlebeck, Sandra Lawrence, and Eric Updike
GUESTS: Janet Barrett, Christian Ellenwood, Tony Gulig, Frank Hanson, and Glenn Hayes
Richard Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:18 p.m.
Wilfred Tremblay moved to approve the December 14, 2001 agenda. James Bronson seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
Richard Telfer announced that the college had pulled the proposals from the Mathematical and Computer Sciences Department so they could be reviewed by the General Education Review Committee. He then explained that any proposals that contain changes to the General Education Requirements require approval by two or more reproesentatives from each college.
James Bronson moved, and Phil Johns seconded, to approve the Geography and Geology Department's three new course proposals GEOGRPY 346 Globalization and the City, GEOGRPY 352 / GEOLGY 352 Geohazards, and GEOGRPY 470(670) Applied Environmental and Natural Resources GIS. The motion carried. Phil then moved approval of the change in the Geology Minor. Anne Hamilton seconded the motion, which carried. The new submajor Geographic Information Systems Certificate was approved on a Stephen Solheim/Phil Johns motion.
The new course GEOGRPY/SOCIOLOGY 336 Women in Asia: Environment, Work, and Development from the Geography & Geology and the Sociology Departments was approved on a Stephen Solheim/Phil Johns motion.
Anne Hamilton moved approval of the History Department's proposal for a new course, HISTRY 360 Comparative Intellectual History: Asian and European Thought. James Bronson seconded the motion, and the motion carried. George Ferencz moved, and Larry Kenney seconded, to approve the proposals for changes in the following submajors: History Minor, History Minor - Elementary Education Emphasis, History Minor - Public History Emphasis, History Minor - Secondary Education Emphasis, History with Social Studies Emphasis (BSE), and Social Studies with History Emphasis (BSE). The motion carried. The proposals for changes in the History (BA/BS) and the History (BSE) were approved on a George Ferencz/Stephen Solheim motion.
George Ferencz moved, and Jim Butchart seconded, to receive and record the changes in contact hours for the following proposals from the Music Department: MUSC 151 Music Theory I, MUSC 152 Music Theory II, MUSC 153 Aural Skills I, MUSC 154 Aural Skills II, MUSC 251 Music Theory III, MUSC 252 Music Theory IV, MUSC 253 Aural Skills III, MUSC 254 Aural Skills IV. The motion carried. George Ferencz moved to receive and record the change in credits for MUSC 368 Percussion Techniques. Wilfred Tremblay seconded the motion, which carried. The proposal to change the description and title of MUSC 443 Literature and Pedagogy of the Major Performing Area (was Literature of the Major Performing Area) was received and recorded on a George Ferencz/Alvaro Taveira motion. George Ferencz moved, and Jim Butchart seconded, to receive and record the change to split the course MUSC 275 Diction for Singers (repeated four times) into two non-repeatable courses MUSC 275 Diction for Singers I and MUSC 276 Diction for Singers II. The motion carried. The proposal to revise MUSC 338 Applied Voice Pedagogy was approved on a George Ferencz/Wilfred Tremblay motion. The following new courses were approved on a James Bronson/Jim Butchart motion: MUSC 190 Music Improvisation, MUSC 290 Technology for Music Educators, MUSC 292 Instrumental Techniques, MUSC 362 String Instrument Techniques, MUSC 363 Woodwind Techniques I, MUSC 364 Woodwind Techniques II, MUSC 366 Brass Instrument Techniques, and MUSC 450 Survey of World Musics. George then moved to approve the proposal for a change in the Music Minor. Jim Butchart seconded the motion, which carried. The proposal for a change in the Music History-Theory Emphasis (BM) was also approved on a George Ferencz/Jim Butchart motion. George moved, and John Howat seconded, approval of the proposal for a change in the Music Performance Emphasis (BM). The motion carried. The proposals for changes Music Education Choral Emphasis (BM), Music Education General Emphasis (BM), and Music Education Instrumental Emphasis (BM) were approved on a George Ferencz/Scott Bradley motion.
George Ferencz moved, and Larry Kenney seconded, to receive and record the change in requisites for the SECNDED 437 Methods of Teaching Instrumental Music in the Middle/Secondary School proposal from the Music and Curriculum and Instruction Departments. The proposals for revising ELEMMID 434 Elementary General Music Methods (Was ELEMMID 234) and ELEMMID 437 Elementary/Middle School Instrumental Methods (Was ELEMMID 236) were approved on a George Ferencz/Alvaro Taveira motion.
Alvaro Taveira moved to receive and record the proposals from the Occupational and Environmental Safety & Health Department for changes in reqisites for SFTYIND 420(620) Principles of Environmental Safety, SFTYIND 480(680) Industrial Hygiene Instrumentation, SFTYIND 484(684) Industrial Hygiene, SFTYIND 485(685) Fire Protection/Prevention, and SFTYIND 489(689) Chemical Safety. James Bronson seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
The proposal for a change in the Women's Studies Major from the Women's Studies Department was approved on a Phil Johns/Anne Hamilton motion.
The proposal to clarify the wording of the Waived Courses policy was approved on a Stephen Solheim/Jim Butchart motion.
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|BSED/CNA 496/696||Marketing Education Professional Development Conference||2023||11/12/01|
|BSED/CNA 496/696||Teaching International Business Seminar||2023||11/12/01|
|BSED/CNA 796||International Business Education Conference||2023||11/12/01|
|CIGENRL 490/690||Environmental Education||2023||11/21/01|
|CIGENRL 491/691||Exploring Education and Culture in Jamaica||2030||12/03/01|
|COACHING 490/690||Basketball Camp Administration Fundamentals||2023||11/21/01|
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|COACHING 490/690||Developing a High School Running Attack||2023||11/21/01|
|COACHING 490/690||Offensive & Defensive Pressure Basketball||2023||11/21/01|
|COACHING 490/690||Sport Camp Organization & Observation||2023||11/21/01|
|COMDIS 490/690||Hearing Aids in the Schools||2023||12/04/01|
|EDUINDP 490/690||Children at Risk||2023||11/21/01|
|EDUINDP 490/690||Conflict Resolution||2023||11/21/01|
|EDUINDP 490/690||Teaching Gifted Students||2023||11/21/01|
|FORNLANG 496||Intermediate Japanese III||2021||12/03/01|
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|SPECED 490/690||Computer Applications in the Special Education Classroom||2023||11/21/01|
|SPECED 490/690||High Stakes Test & Altern Assess. Inst Wksp||2023||11/12/01|
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|SPECED 490/690||School-to-Work Transitional Planning||2023||11/21/01|
|SPEECH 794||New Communication Technologies||2021||12/04/01|
Wilfred Tremblay seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
The meeting was adjourned at 3:12p.m.