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					A G E N D A
			UAF FACULTY SENATE MEETING #95
				Monday, May 1, 2000
				1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
				Wood Center Ballroom

1:30	I	Call to Order -Ron Gatterdam   				  5 Min.
		A.	Roll Call
		B.	Approval of Minutes to Meeting #94
		C.	Adoption of Agenda

1:35	II	Status of Chancellor's Office Actions 			  5 Min.
		A.	Motions Approved:  
			1.	Motion to amend the BBA degree requirement. 
		B.	Motions Approved with Modifications:
			2.	Motion to amend the Department Head Policy.
			3.	Motion to amend Section 3 (Article V: 
				Committees, Standing, Permanent) of the 
				Bylaws to add a BAS Steering Committee.
		C.	Motions Pending:  
			1.	Motion to approve the Certificate and 
				AAS degree concentration in Emergency 
				Medical Services.  (A request for a 90 day 
				extension was approved by the Administrative 
				Committee)

1:40	III	A.	Remarks by Chancellor M. Lind   		10 Min.
		B.	Remarks by Provost P. Reichardt			10 Min.

2:00	IV	Governance Reports
	A.	ASUAF -S. Banks / GSO - G. Minanissen    		  5 Min.
	B.	Staff Council - I. Downes  				  5 Min.
	C.	President's Report - R. Gatterdam  			  5 Min.

2:15	V	Consent Agenda
	A.	Motion to amend the Graduate Degree 
		Requirements, submitted by Graduate & 
		Professional Curricular Affairs (Attachment 95/1)
	B.	Motion to amend the UAF Faculty Appointment 
		and Evaluation Policies & Regulations for the 
		Evaluation of Faculty, submitted by Faculty 
		Appeals & Oversight (Attachment 95/2)

2:15	VI	Unfinished Business
	A.	Motion to approve the deletion of the B.A. & 		  5 Min.
		B.S. in Physical Education & Exercise Science, 
		submitted by Curricular Affairs (Attachment 95/3)
	B.	Motion to amend the policy on Minors available 		  5 Min.
		for the B.A. degree, submitted by Curricular 
		Affairs (Attachment 95/4)
	C.	Motion to amend Article V:  Committees, of 		  5 Min.
		the Bylaws, submitted by Graduate & Professional 
		Curricular Affairs and Graduate School Advisory 
		Committee (Attachment 95/5)
	D.	Motion to approved the list of the 1999-2000 		  5 Min.
		degree candidates, submitted by Administrative 
		Committee (Attachment 95/6)

2:35	VII	Annual Committee Reports       				10 Min.
	A.	Curricular Affairs - C. Basham (Attachment 95/7)
	B.	Faculty Affairs - N. Swazo (Attachment 95/8)
	C.	Graduate & Professional Curricular Affairs - J. Gardner
			(Attachment 95/9)
	D.	Core Review - J. Brown (Attachment 95/10)
	E.	Curriculum Review - S. Bandopadhyay
	F.	Developmental Studies - J. Weber (Attachment 95/11)
	G.	Faculty Appeals & Oversight - T. Maginnis  (Handout)
	H.	Faculty Development, Assessment & Improvement - 
			D. White  (Attachment 95/12)
	I.	Graduate School Advisory Committee - L. Duffy
			(Attachment 95/13)
	J.	Ad Hoc Committees 

2:45	VIII	Public Comments/Questions 				  5 Min.

2:50	IX 	Members' Comments/Questions				  5 Min.

2:55		***BREAK***						  5 Min.

3:00	X.	Other Business      					 15 Min. 
	A.	Usibelli Awards Presentation
		   Distinguished Teaching Award -  John Bruder
		   Distinguished Research Award -  Terry Chapin
		   Distinguished Service Award -  Jenifer McBeath
	B.	Emeriti Faculty Awards Announcement
			(Attachment 95/14)

3:15		***BREAK***						  5 Min

3:20	XI	2000-2001 Faculty Senate Members Take Their Seats
	A.	Roll Call of 2000-2001 Members   			  5 Min.
	B	President's Remarks - Larry Duffy 
			(Attachment 95/15)

3:25	XII	New Business
	A.	Motion to amend Article III - Membership,   	 	  5 Min.
		Section 2 of the Faculty Senate Constitution--
		***First Reading, submitted by Faculty Affairs 
		(Attachment 95/16)
	B.	Motion to endorse 2000-2001 committee   		  5 Min.
		membership, submitted by Administrative 
		Committee (Attachment 95/17)

**BREAK FOR 5 MINUTES FOR ELECTION OF STANDING COMMITTEE 
CHAIRPERSONS**

3:40	C.	Motion to approve the 2000-2001 UAF 			  5 Min.
		Faculty Senate meeting calendar, submitted 
		by Administrative Committee (Attachment 95/18)
	D.	Motion to authorize the Administrative 			  5 Min.
		Committee to act on behalf of the Senate during 
		the summer months, submitted by Administrative 
		Committee (Attachment 95/19)

3:50	XIII	Members' Comments/Questions				  5 Min.

3:55	XIV	Adjournment


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ATTACHMENT 95/1
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL CURRICULAR AFFAIRS


MOTION:
======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend the Graduate Degree
Requirements (page 39 & 43 of the 2000-2001 UAF Catalog) as follows:


[[   ]]  =  Deletions
CAPS =  Additions


GENERAL UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS

Grade Point Average and Grade Requirements

You must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (B) for good standing and to 
graduate.  You must earn an A or B grade (no P grades) in [[300-]] 400 
level courses; a C grade will be accepted in 600-level courses provided 
you maintain a B grade average.  For the purposes of graduate good 
standing and meeting degree requirements, all grades, including those 
generated from retaking a course, are included in the GPA.


MASTER'S DEGREES

Credit Requirements

a.	Successfully complete a minimum of 30 semester credits. 

b. 	Complete at least 21 semester credits, including those earned for 
the thesis and research/project, at the 600-level.  Remaining credits may 
be applied from courses at the [[300- and]] 400-level.

c. 	No 100-, 200-, 300-, or 500-level credits may be applied toward 
master's degree requirements.


	EFFECTIVE:   	Immediately
			Upon Chancellor Approval

	RATIONALE:   	The above changes delete the use of 
		300-level courses as fulfilling graduate level course 
		requirements.  This brings UAF policy in the catalog 
		into compliance with the Board of Regents' decision 
		to disallow the use of 300-level courses for 
		graduate study.


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ATTACHMENT 95/2
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY FACULTY APPEALS & OVERSIGHT


MOTION 
=======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend the UAF Faculty Appointment 
and Evaluation Policies and Regulations for the Evaluation of Faculty: 
Initial Appointment, Annual Review, Reappointment, Promotion, Tenure, 
and Sabbatical Leave as attached. 


	EFFECTIVE:  	Immediately
			Upon Chancellor's Approval

	RATIONALE:  	Unit Criteria as a component of
		evaluation, tenure, and promotion was apparently 
		removed from the last "Blue Book" due to an erroneous 
		belief that the faculty union contracts rendered them 
		void or redundant in the "Blue Book".  This is emphatically 
		not the case, and so we have reinserted the relevant 
		paragraphs on Unit Criteria from the previous "Blue 
		Book".


				***************


[[  ]]  = 	Deletion
CAPS = 	Addition


III.	PERIODIC EVALUATION OF FACULTY


B. 	UNIT STANDARDS AND INDICES.  UNIT STANDARDS AND INDICES 
	ARE THE RECOGNIZED VALUES USED BY A FACULTY WITHIN A 
	SPECIFIC DISCIPLINE TO ELUCIDATE, BUT NOT REPLACE, THE 
	GENERAL FACULTY CRITERIA ESTABLISHED IN A., ABOVE, FOR 
	EVALUATION OF FACULTY PERFORMANCE ON AN ONGOING BASIS 
	AND FOR PROMOTION, TENURE AND SABBATICAL REVIEW.

	UNIT STANDARDS AND INDICES MAY BE, BUT ARE NOT REQUIRED 
	TO BE, DEVELOPED BY THOSE UNITS WISHING TO DO SO.  UNITS 
	THAT CHOOSE NOT TO DEVELOP DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC UNIT 
	STANDARDS AND INDICES MUST FILE A STATEMENT SO STATING 
	WITH THE CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE WHICH SHALL SERVE AS THE 
	OFFICIAL REPOSITORY FOR APPROVED UNIT STANDARDS AND 
	INDICES.

	UNIT STANDARDS AND INDICES, IF DESIRED, WILL BE DEVELOPED 
	BY THE FACULTY IN A DISCIPLINE.  AFTER APPROVAL BY A 
	MAJORITY OF THE DISCIPLINE FACULTY, THE UNIT STANDARDS 
	AND INDICES WILL BE REVIEWED AND APPROVED BY THE 
	COGNIZANT DEAN WHO WILL FORWARD THE UNIT STANDARDS 
	AND INDICES TO THE PROVOST.  THE PROVOST WILL REVIEW FOR 
	CONSISTENCY WITH POLICY AND WILL FORWARD THESE 
	STANDARDS AND INDICES TO THE SENATE FOR ITS AND THE 
	CHANCELLOR'S APPROVAL.

	UNIT STANDARDS AND INDICES WILL BE REVIEWED PERIODICALLY 
	BY THE FACULTY OF THE UNIT.  REVISION OF UNIT STANDARDS 
	AND INDICES MUST FOLLOW THE ESTABLISHED REVIEW PROCESS.  
	IF THE UNIT STANDARDS AND INDICES ARE NOT REVISED, A 
	STATEMENT OF REAFFIRMATION OF THE CURRENT UNIT 
	STANDARDS AND INDICES MUST BE FILED WITH THE 
	CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE, FOLLOWING THE REVIEW.


	UNIT STANDARDS AND INDICES, WHEN DEVELOPED BY THE 
	FACULTY AND APPROVED BY THE SENATE AND THE 
	CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE, MUST BE USED IN THE REVIEW 
	PROCESSES BY ALL LEVELS OF REVIEW.  THEIR USE IS NOT 
	OPTIONAL.

	IT SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CANDIDATE FOR 
	TENURE OR PROMOTION TO INCLUDE THESE APPROVED 
	STANDARDS AND INDICES IN THE APPLICATION FILE. 



IV.	EVALUATION PROCESS FOR RETENTION, PROMOTION, 
	TENURE, AND POST TENURE REVIEW


A.	Linkage of Promotion/Tenure. An award of tenure is concurrent 
	with promotion and vice versa. Any faculty member applying for 
	promotion to the associate level must also apply for tenure; and 
	a faculty member at the rank of assistant professor may not 
	apply for tenure without concurrently seeking advancement to 
	the rank of associate professor.

B.	Faculty with Academic Rank

	1.	Criteria and Eligibility.  A record of continuing effective 
		performance shall be expected.  Procedures, performance 
		criteria and requirements are set forth in the applicable 
		union contracts, UAF Faculty Policies, and in policies of 
		the Board of Regents and the regulations of the University 
		system currently in effect and as they may change.

	2.	Review Process.  Promotion and tenure of a faculty 
		member results from a multi-level process of evaluation 
		beginning in the academic unit of the candidate.

		a.	Constitution and Operation of the University-wide 
			Peer Review committees. 

			(1)	For the purpose of evaluation for tenure 
				and/or promotion of members of the United 
				Academics bargaining unit, a list of the 
				names of seven tenured unit members will be 
				presented BY THE UAF FACULTY SENATE to 
				the Provost who will select the committee 
				or committees.  Each unit peer review 
				committee may nominate one of its members 
				to serve. The list will be determined from 
				those nominees by vote of all faculty who 
				serve on unit peer review committees.  
				Faculty shall remain on the list for a term 
				of two years with the terms being staggered.  
				No specific peer review committee can be 
				represented by more than one person.  
				A faculty member may not stand for 
				promotion during the term of appointment 
				to the list.

			(2)	For the purpose of pre or post tenure 
				evaluation of members of the United 
				Academics bargaining unit, a list of the 
				names of seven faculty members will be 
				presented BY THE UAF FACULTY SENATE 
				to the Provost who will select the 
				committee or committees.  Each unit peer 
				review committee may nominate one of its 
				members to serve.  The list will be 
				determined from those nominees by vote of 
				all faculty who serve on unit peer review 
				committees.  Faculty shall remain on the list 
				for a term of two years with the terms 
				being staggered.  No more than one faculty 
				member on the list can be a member of any 
				specific peer review committee.  A faculty 
				member may not stand for post tenure 
				revue during the term of appointment to 
				the list.

			(3)	For the purpose of evaluation for tenure 
				and/or promotion of members of the ACCFT 
				bargaining unit, a list of the names of nine 
				faculty members will be presented 
				BY THE CRA EXECUTIVE DEAN 
				to the Provost who will select the 
				committee or committees.  The list will be 
				selected from the tenured faculty in the 
				ACCFT bargaining unit by vote of those 
				faculty.  Faculty shall remain on the list for 
				a term of two years with the terms being 
				staggered.  A faculty member may not 
				stand for promotion during the term 
				of appointment to the list.  The Provost will 
				appoint two members from the United 
				Academics University-wide Promotion/
				Tenure Committee to serve on the ACCFT 
				Promotion/Tenure Committee. 


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ATTACHMENT 95/3
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY CURRICULAR AFFAIRS

MOTION
=======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to delete the B.A. in Physical Education,  
the B.S. in Exercise Science, and the Minor in Physical Education.

	EFFECTIVE:  	Fall 2000 or 
			Upon Board of Regents' Approval

	RATIONALE: 	See full program proposal #114 on file in the 
			Governance Office, 312 Signersı Hall.

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Executive Summary

As a consequence of the Program Assessment conducted in the mid 
1990s, the Physical Education and Exercise Science degrees came under 
review and preliminary consideration was given to phasing out the 
degrees.  In May 1997, following a resignation of the sole faculty member 
in Physical Education and Exercise Science, new admissions to the degree 
programs and minor were suspended.  From 1997 through fall 1999, 
existing majors and minors in these degree programs were provided 
courses through lecturers and adjunct faculty.  All of the students 
impacted completed their coursework by December 1999 and will have 
graduated by spring 2000.

Since May 1997, the degree programs have functioned without full or 
part-time faculty, without a budget, and with no staff.  Consequently, 
there will be no personnel effects, no budgetary effects, no effects on 
facilities, and no effects on current student enrollment if deletion of the 
degrees is approved.  

It is important to retain the courses within the discipline of PE and offer 
them as service courses as demands warrants.  Several of the aquatic 
courses are taught periodically by American Red Cross Instructors or 
Instructor Trainers.  A number of the courses have been taught as needed 
by the Athletic coaches.  Two courses continue to be cross-listed, one 
with Education and taught by Education, and the other with Psychology 
and taught by Psychology.  Finally, several courses are extremely useful 
for teacher education and advancement, as well as teacher training in PE.  
Courses will be offered as demand warrants during the academic year and 
during summer sessions.


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ATTACHMENT 95/4
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY CURRICULAR AFFAIRS


MOTION:
======

An Associate of Applied Science degree earned at any regionally 
accredited college or university may be used to meet requirements for a 
minor for the Bachelor of Arts degree.


	EFFECTIVE:   	Immediately
			Upon Chancellor Approval

	RATIONALE:    	Currently we accept only those AAS degree 
		programs listed in the Catalog (Pg. 30, 2000-2001 
		Catalog).  There are other associate of applied 
		science degrees offered through UAF (TVC) that cannot 
		be used in this manner unless approved through the 
		petition process.  In addition, UAF recognizes any AAS 
		degree from an accredited institution towards the
		Bachelor of Technology degree.


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ATTACHMENT 95/5
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY GRADUATE & PROFESSIONAL CURRICULAR AFFAIRS & 
	THE GRADUATE SCHOOL ADVISORY COMMITTEE


MOTION:
======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend Section 3 (Article V: 
Committees, Standing, Permanent) of the Bylaws, as follows:


CAPS - Addition
[[ ]]   - Deletion

[[STANDING

	3. 	The Graduate & Professional Curricular Affairs 
		Committee will include five Senate members and 
		will be responsible for the review and approval of 
		graduate courses, curriculum and graduate degree 
		requirements, and other academic matters related 
		to instruction and mentoring of graduate students.  
		The committee will also have responsibility for 
		oversight, review and approval of all professional 
		degree courses and programs including 500-level 
		courses.  The Dean of the Graduate school, Director 
		of the Library, the Univesity Registrar, and one 
		graduate student, are non-voting ex-officio 
		members.

PERMANENT

	1.  	The Graduate School Advisory Committee will 
		include three full-time faculty members appointed 
		by the Senate President, three full-time faculty 
		members appointed by the Provost, and one 
		graduate student selected by the Provost from 
		nominations submitted by the graduate faculty and 
		student senate.  The graduate student must 
		have completed a minimum of one  full year of 
		attendance at UAF.  Each department with a 
		graduate program is limited to no more than one 
		member.  The Dean of the Graduate School and the 
		President of the Faculty Senate are ex-officio non-
		voting members.  The Dean of the Graduate School 
		will convene regular meetings, and must convene 
		additional meetings if requested by two members 
		of the committee.  The committee will advise the 
		Dean of the Graduate School and the Provost on 
		administrative matters pertinent to the operation 
		and growth of graduate studies at UAF, including 
		financial and tax-related issues and dealings 
		with other universities.  All recommendations 
		regarding curricular matters will go to the 
		Graduate Curricular Affairs Committee and the 
		Faculty Senate for approval.]]


PERMANENT

	1. 	THE GRADUATE ACADEMIC & ADVISORY COMMITTEE 
		WILL INCLUDE TEN FACULTY MEMBERS.  THE DEAN OF 
		THE GRADUATE SCHOOL, DIRECTOR OF THE LIBRARY,
		THE UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR, AND TWO GRADUATE 
		STUDENTS, ARE NON-VOTING EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS.  THE 
		COMMITTEE WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REVIEW AND 
		APPROVAL OF GRADUATE COURSES, CURRICULUM AND 
		GRADUATE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS, AND OTHER ACADEMIC 
		MATTERS RELATED TO INSTRUCTION AND MENTORING OF 
		GRADUATE STUDENTS.  THE COMMITTEE WILL ALSO HAVE 
		RESPONSIBILITY FOR OVERSIGHT, REVIEW AND APPROVAL 
		OF ALL PROFESSIONAL DEGREE COURSES AND PROGRAMS 
		INCLUDING 500-LEVEL COURSES.  THE COMMITTEE WILL 
		ADVISE THE DEAN OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL AND THE 
		PROVOST ON ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS PERTINENT TO 
		THE OPERATION AND GROWTH OF GRADUATE STUDIES AT 
		UAF, INCLUDING FINANCIAL AND TAX-RELATED ISSUES 
		AND DEALINGS WITH OTHER UNIVERSITIES.  


	EFFECTIVE:  	Immediately

	RATIONALE:  	The UAF Faculty Senate committee structure 
		is more effectively and efficiently served by combining 
		the duties of the Graduate & Professional Curricular 
		Affairs and the Graduate School Advisory Committee.   


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ATTACHMENT 95/6
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE


MOTION 
======

The UAF Faculty Senate recommends to the Board of Regents that the 
attached list of individuals be awarded the appropriate UAF degrees 
pending completion of all University requirements.  [Note:  copy of the list 
is available in the Governance Office, 312 Signers' Hall.]


	EFFECTIVE:  	Immediately

	RATIONALE: 	These degrees are granted upon 
		recommendation of the program faculty, as verified by 
		the appropriate department head.  As the representative 
		governance group of the faculty, we are making that 
		recommendation.


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ATTACHMENT 95/7
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY CURRICULAR AFFAIRS


Curricular Affairs, April 17 Minutes

Present:  Sukumar Bandopadhyay , Carol Barnhardt, Ron Illingworth, Judy 
Shepherd, Ann Tremarello, Gayle Gregory, Wanda Martin,  Chris Hartman, 
Trina Mamoon,  Dolly Garza,  Katrina Klassen, Charlotte Basham (chair)

Old Business:
1. 	Dual enrollment policy:  We decided to let next year's committee 
begin afresh with this issue.

New Business:
2. 	Motion on changing 300-level courses to 400-level:  We received a 
draft of a motion which would allow departments to do a blanket change 
of course level from 300 to 400 level if they determine those courses are 
used by graduate students to fulfill their graduate course requirements.    
After lengthy discussion, the committee determined that the motion was 
unnecessary, as the procedure for changing course levels not 
cumbersome.  Further, we felt that keeping with the standard forms 
would facilitate tracking of the course changes.  We request that the 
Provost notify deans and department heads regarding the new ruling that 
300-level courses will not longer count for graduate credit in graduate 
degree programs.   The deans and department heads can take whatever 
action is appropriate.

3. 	Clarification of "double counting" in BS degree :  We discussed the 
SAC position stating that courses could be counted as fulfilling more than 
one requirement in a degree program, but the credit would only be 
counted once.  This ruling might be solving one problem (although we are 
unclear about what that is), but we feel that it might be creating others 
and needs to be clarified.   Ann Tremarello reminded us that when the 
core was implemented it was meant to stand alone, that those credits 
would not be used elsewhere.  Others felt that we should allow maximum 
flexibility for the student.  There was a general concern, especially by 
those responsible for doing credit checks, that any change in policy has 
to be clear and consistent.  One question that was raised was how many 
times a course can be used. For example, if a student takes French 101, 
can it be used to fulfill the core language requirement,  humanities for the 
BA, and a minor, even though the credit is counted only once?   We will 
consider this again if the matter is clarified; however, it might be best to 
refer it to next year's committee.

4. 	Update credit to be awarded for CPS exam.  We approved the list of 
UAF courses and number of credits that can be awarded for students who 
have successfully passed the Certified Professional Secretary (CPS) 
Examination.

Items carried over:

5. 	Clarification of transfer credits (Wanda)

6. 	Defining maximum number of credits that can be earned through 
credit by exam (Wanda)

7. 	Bankruptcy for part-time as well as full-time students (Wanda)

8. 	Updating UAF Strategic Plan (Charley, handout)

The committee also met on April 24, but as there was not a quorum we 
discussed updating the UAF Strategic Plan.  Next meeting May 8.


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CURRICULAR AFFAIRS, ANNUAL REPORT - Charlotte Basham, Chair


Committee Members:  Sukumar Bandopadhyay, Carol Barnhardt, Dolly 
Garza, Chris Hartman, Ron Illingworth, Trina Mamoon, Janice Reynolds, 
Judy Shepherd, , Ann Tremarello, Gayle Gregory, Wanda Martin, Ed 
Murphy/Dave Woodall, Katrina Klassen, and Charlotte Basham.

Listed below are the major issues we considered during the 1999-2000 
academic year and the action that was taken on each.

1. 	Discrepancies between Faculty Senate Grade Appeals Policy and the 
Board of Regents Policy on Student Dispute Resolution (RO9.03).  We 
compiled a list and submitted it to the Faculty Senate.  No action taken. 

2. 	Prerequisite flags on courses in Banner.  We supported the idea of a 
flag, which would provide the instructor with information, but opposed 
the notion of blocking students from enrolling in courses for which they 
may not have the stated prerequisites.  Ann Tremarello has prepared a 
document which would allow departments to submit these changes in a 
block.  Document was prepared and approved but has not been 
distributed.

3. 	Coordination of transcripts across MAU's.  This was discussed in 
committee and on the floor of the Senate.  (See minutes for details--no 
action taken.)

4. 	Dual Enrollment Policy.  We proposed a motion to amend this policy 
to provide exceptions for developmental and vocational courses.  The 
motion passed the Senate.  The Chancellor deleted a phrase and returned 
it to the committee.  We in turn proposed a minor change which 
preserved the intent of the motion but answered the objections of Ron 
Gatterdam.

5. 	Approval of EMS Certificate and A.A.S. Degree Concentrations.

6.  	Distance Delivery.  There are a number of important issues that 
were discussed through the year.  A list of possible action items was 
compiled (see 3/6/00 minutes).

7.  	Formation of a BAS Steering Committee as a permanent committee 
of the Faculty Senate.  Motion passed with amendments in Faculty 
Senate.

8.  	Spring Course Review Cycle.  We worked with Provost Reichardt to 
resolve a problem that arose last year with courses approved in the spring 
after the fall schedule had been printed.  Motion approved at November 
meeting.


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ATTACHMENT 95/8
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY FACULTY AFFAIRS


FACULTY AFFAIRS ANNUAL REPORT - Norm Swazo, Chair


	The Faculty Affairs Committee has had a somewhat reduced 
workload this academic year, given that many of its prior responsibilities 
are now the proper purview of collective bargaining unit negotiations.  
The Committee has nonetheless contributed to policy formation and 
items of faculty governance.

1.	FAC reviewed and provided recommendations on the draft Regents 
Policy, "Part II, Chapter VII -- Information Resources".

2.	Norm Swazo, in his capacity as Chair of the Committee, had some 
discussions with research faculty seeking to develop unit criteria for 
promotion evaluation and who seek opportunity to serve on the Faculty 
Senate.  This group of faculty continues its own meetings and is currently 
working on developing unit criteria.  FAC has submitted a motion to revise 
the Senate Constitution so as to enable election of research faculty to 
the Senate.

3.	The Committee considered a request from Graduate School Dean 
Joseph Kan to develop minimal criteria for promotion to full professor 
rank.  The Committee recommended against revising existing policy.

4.	Norm Swazo generated a discussion page concerning distance 
delivery, which was considered by the Senate.  Statewide deliberations on 
the matter continue without formal Senate action requested or required 
at the moment.

5. 	FAC reviewed its committee structure and responsibilities and 
moved to streamline by subsuming the duties of the Legislative and Fiscal 
Affairs Committee.  The motion was passed by the Senate.


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ATTACHMENT 95/9
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000


ANNUAL ACTIVITIES REPORT FOR THE GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL 
CURRICULAR AFFAIRS COMMITTEE - Jim Gardner, Chair


The Graduate and Professional Curricular Affairs Committee (GPCAC) met 
eight times during the 1999-2000 academic year: September 13, 
October 18, November 15, 16, and 22, January 31, February 14 and 28, 
and April 10.  The April 10 meeting was held in conjunction with the 
Graduate School Advisory Committee (GSAC).

During the 1999-2000 academic year, 37 proposals for new or trial 
courses or changes to existing were submitted to GPCAC, 34 of which 
were approved.  In addition, two proposals to create new degree 
programs (M.A. in Rural Development and M.A. in Cross-cultural Studies) 
and two proposals to delete two existing degree programs (M.A.T. in 
Geology and Geophysics and Ed.S. in Cross-cultural Studies) were 
submitted.  GPCAC approved the M.A. (Rural Development) program and 
deletion of the M.A.T. program.  The deletion of the Ed.S. was also 
approved, but it is contingent upon approval of the M.A. program (Cross-
Cultural Studies).  That motion remains in review by the Graduate School 
and will not be acted upon by GPCAC until its approval.

GPCAC advanced five motions to the full Senate.  The first two were to 
approve the creation of the M.A. degree in Rural Development and the 
deletion of the M.A.T. degree from Geology and Geophysics.  These 
motions were approved at the Faculty Senate meeting #91 (December 6, 
1999).  The third motion was to approve a request that all department 
heads submit a request to add GRE/GMAT scores as a requirement for 
admission to their graduate program descriptions in the UAF catalog.  
This motion was approved at Faculty Senate meeting #93 (March 6, 
2000).  The second motion is to delete from the General University 
requirements 300-level courses from the list of courses that can be used 
as credit towards graduate degrees.  This motion will be brought before 
the Full Senate at meeting #95 (May 1, 2000).  The third motion, which 
is submitted in conjunction with the GSAC, is to merge the two 
committees into one.  This motion will be brought before the Full Senate 
at meeting #95 (May 1, 2000).

During the 1999-2000 academic year, GPCAC discussed the merits and 
drawbacks of stacking graduate level courses with undergraduate level 
courses.  In order to facilitate that discussion, GPCAC solicited input from 
all Department Heads about how their department's stacked courses have 
maintained graduate level quality in such courses.  Most responses were 
in favor, for various reasons, of stacking graduate with undergraduate 
courses.  The committee therefore decided to not pursue action against 
course stacking.  In a joint meeting with GSAC a motion put forth from 
GSAC to add a requirement to UAF policy that all students receiving full-
time teaching assistantships should not be allowed to engage in outside 
employment was discussed.  GPCAC and GSAC decided that more 
information is required about the need for such a requirement, and so 
they voted to delay action on the motion until next academic year.


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ATTACHMENT 95/10
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000


CORE REVIEW COMMITTEE, ANNUAL REPORT - Jin Brown, Chair


Members:	Suzanne Bordelon, Jonathan Wiens, Tom Riccio, Jerry 
Harrington, Jordan Titus, Jin Brown, Chair
Ex Officio:	Sue McHenry, Diane Ruess, Wanda Martin

This year the Committee has again called for Student Learning Outcomes 
Assessment of the first three areas of the Core Curriculum:  
Communications, Library & Information Skills, and Perspectives on the 
Human Condition.  We have also called for assessment of a random 
selection of "O" (oral intensive) and "W" (written intensive) courses.  
Reports from departments offering courses in these areas are expected 
on 15 May, 2000.  When the reports have been received, the Committee 
will write its annual report on assessment for submission on 20 May, 
2000.

This year we have looked more broadly at the Core Curriculum in the light 
of the up-coming Accreditation process.  The Core Curriculum has been in 
place for ten years.  It has been through outcomes assessment one time 
across all areas.  Core Review has asked that the Governance Office 
prepare a rewritten Core Document, tracing all changes that have been 
made to the original Core Document in the ten years it has been  in use.  
Sheri has done so and we have seen that some changes are still 
necessary to bring the document into the 21st Century.  Changes are 
being prepared that restate the Philosophy of the Core in more 
contemporary terms.  The revised document will be presented to the 
Senate at the first meeting of the Fall 2000 semester.  

Further, the a sub-committee of Core Review has studied the Core 
Curriculum as a whole and has suggested that the Committee review 
whether to close the Core for a period.  The Committee intends to review 
the assessment being prepared this semester to consider if it is time to 
temporarily close the Core Curriculum to expansion.  We have seen that 
the changes already initiated through the Senate have resolved the 
scheduling problems students were having (e.g., Ethics) several 
semesters ago; given students a broader choice in Natural Sciences; and 
seen, too, that courses have been improved based on outcomes 
assessment (e.g., A/M/T 200X; Comm 131X). The Committee feels that 
there is no pressing need for course expansion, and unless some new area 
necessary to the baccalaureate experience emerges (e.g. computer 
literacy), no expansion will be necessary. The intent would be to close the 
Core for a period and reassess at a set future date.

Suzanne Bordelon has worked to prepare a writing intensive guideline to 
help persons presenting "W" courses in improving student writing.  The 
guideline will be available from the English Department in the fall 
semester, 2000.

Tom Riccio has chaired a sub-committee looking at ways to improve the 
aesthetic appreciation offering in the Core Curriculum (A/M/T 200X).  
With the help of Professors Scott Deal and Todd Sherman the sub-
committee has found ways to both improve the course (without changing 
the Core intent for aesthetic appreciation) and  the University logistics of 
course presentation.  A letter will go from the Committee to Ann 
Tremarello asking specific changes in the way the offerings are presented 
in the course schedule each semester.

The Committee is preparing a Self-Study notebook and Report that 
documents the on-going nature and specifics of the Core Curriculum in 
regard to student learning outcomes assessment.

The Committee has designated  "O" and "W"  courses as requested, 
working with faculty to assure that such courses fulfill the intent of the 
Core Curriculum.  In this regard, the Committee finds that VERY LITTLE is 
done across campus to assure that courses already designated as "O" 
and "W" courses continue to meet the requirements of the designation.  
We will begin asking each semester that Governance collect syllabi from 
all courses being offered with the "O" and "W" designation so that we 
may determine that the requirements survive time and faculty changes.

The Committee is pleased to report that again the number of petitions 
submitted to the Core for the school year is down.  We intend to continue 
tracking petitions in order to spot problems students may be having in 
fulfilling Core requirements.  The Committee offers special appreciation to 
Helen Harrel, Nicki Stewart, and Gayle Gregory in the Registrarıs Office for 
making the petition process manageable both for the Committee and for 
our students.

Responding to the continuing problem of student understanding of the 
intent of the Core Curriculum, the Provost has agreed to provide funding 
for a Core poster.  The idea was gathered from the University of Central 
Washington by the Accreditation Steering Committee in training by the 
Accrediting Commission in Seattle.


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ATTACHMENT 95/11
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000


DEVELOPMENTAL STUDIES COMMITTEE, 1999-2000 ANNUAL REPORT - 
Jane Weber & Cindy Hardy, Co-Chairs

Accomplishments:

Outcomes Assessment and Tracking:

We have continued to work with the statistics on DEVM and DEVE 
classes, tracking over 3000 students over fifteen semesters from their 
entry into DEV classes to successful completion of 100-level math or 
English classes.  In addressing the outcomes assessment questions 
established by this committee in May 1998, we have found the following:

DEVM - For every 100 students who enter at the 050 level, only 10 finish 
a 100-level math class.  For those who continue on to 060/070--
especially those who take Math 131--the success rate is better.  This 
suggests the following points, which relate to the entire DEVM sequence 
and which the committee is addressing:

Some students may not be taking 050 as part of a degree or certificate 
program, thus may not continue on to take higher-level math classes.  We 
will survey 050 students to determine the makeup of our student 
population;

Large class sizes in 050 (and all DEVM classes) may influence the success 
rate for students in these classes, especially the most at-risk ones, who 
usually start at the 050 level.  A preliminary review of success rates in 
Summer Sessions 050 classes indicates that lower class size may, indeed 
have a positive affect on these students' progress;

We discussed reinstituting modular classes or an exit exam.  In a modular 
class a student would not progress to the next level until he/she had 
mastered the previous level.   An exit exam would accomplish the same 
goal, though the student would retake the previous level.  We will 
continue to discuss the logistics of this as we address other changes to 
the DEV program;

Related to this is the issue of mandatory placement, which we have been 
discussing for some time.  At present, there is no mechanism in place to 
require students to take COMPASS before registering for DEV classes.  
Some possibilities are a Web-based exam that ACT is developing, which 
could be used at the rural campuses as well as by individual students who 
have access to the Web.

DEVE - Our statistics indicate that students who start in 060 and 070 do 
equally well in English 111, though more students go on to 111 from 070 
than 060.   This indicates that the sequence is working for most 
students.  We will continue to examine this, comparing ACT scores for 
DEV students with those of English 111 students.

New classes and changes:

The Introduction to Science course has been approved as DEVS 100.

Starting in Fall 2000 we will be offering several options to students 
wishing to prepare for the Praxis test.  On the Fairbanks campus, a 
section of DEVE 068 and a DEVM 065 lab will be designated for this 
purpose.  In addition, John Bruder will teach a 2-credit audioconference 
course for math review and George Guthridge is developing a web-based 
course for students preparing for the reading/writing portion of the test.

Ongoing Projects:

Mandatory placement:

We will continue our discussion of the logistics of placement.  Over the 
summer, Wanda Martin of the Advising Center will be working on 
renorming Compass so that this will be an even better tool for placement.  
We will continue our discussions with the Admissions Office on ways to 
require placement tests for entering students who do not have ACT or 
SAT scores.

Class size:

Several members of the committee have held discussions with the 
Provost and the Director of TVC about this and related issues.  While we 
all agree that lower class size will promote student success in DEV classes 
and that our current class size is significantly above the national 
standards for DEV classes, there are other issues to be addressed, such 
as the ability to hire new faculty and the availability of classroom space.

Accreditation:

Members of this committee have formed a subcommittee to address 
accreditation.  This will continue throughout FY00/01.


Tasks for next year:

In the next year we will begin using COMPASS as a pretest/post-test 
instrument for DEVE and DEVM.  This will allow us to gather data on our 
students' placement in these courses and to measure their success rates 
both in the courses themselves and as they progress beyond to 100-level 
classes.

We will also work on a design for modular classes for DEVE/M.  We would 
like a prototype of these classes to be in place by Fall 2001.


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ATTACHMENT 95/12
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000


ANNUAL REPORT - FACULTY DEVELOPMENT, ASSESSMENT AND 
IMPROVEMENT - Dan White, Chair


The Faculty Development, Assessment and Improvement Committee 
99/00 accomplished a number of its objectives set for the 99/00 
academic year.  A discussion of the objectives and activities follows.

1. Organize a seminar on how to assemble a tenure and promotion file

A tenure and promotion seminar, designed for all untenured faculty, was 
held April 6 from 1-2 pm.  Drs. Todd Sherman, Jenifer McBeath and Carol 
Gold spoke on tenure and promotion from the arts, science, and union 
perspectives, respectively.  The seminar was held in the Library, media 
room 340 and was attended by approximately 50 people in person with 
another 3 from rural sites (by teleconference).
 
2. Invite an expert on teaching with IT to UAF 

Although a great deal of progress was made last year on the use of IT, we 
felt the faculty could benefit from tips on teaching with IT (e.g., in what 
types of classes does IT work best, when does IT fail as a teaching tool, 
etc.).  The committee did not host a speaker due to itıs participation in 
the seminar hosted by the SAC (at UAA) on academic philosophy by Dr. 
Eugene Rice.

3. Invite a speaker to UAF on faculty development, assessment or 
improvement

Last year Dana Thomas worked to bring Donald Kennedy to speak at UAF 
on academic duty.  Although Dr. Kennedy did not come to UAF last year, 
we may invite him again, or find a different speaker on a similar subject.

4. Contribute to new faculty mentoring

Although mentoring relationships are developed on an individual basis, the 
committee felt it could provide some guidelines on mentoring or simply a 
bibliography on mentoring resources.  The committee still feels that 
mentoring is important but the lead is being taken now by the Provostıs 
faculty development coordinator, Dr. Joy Morrison.

5. Continue the committeeıs role in IT

The role of the committee should not be in the technology of IT, but 
rather promoting effective use of IT amongst the faculty.  The committee 
coordinated the offering of a training session on teaching with IT with the 
Library Tech Center.  The courses were offered January 6 and 7 and were 
a success with more than 100 participants.

6. Prepare a 1-2 page flier on faculty resources

The flier would serve to make new (and existing) faculty aware of 
available resources and how to access them.  Included in the flier would 
be an inventory of salient documents (e.g., faculty advisor handbook, 
United Academics contract, etc.).  Although the committee felt this was 
an important effort, no progress was made during 99/00. 


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ATTACHMENT 95/13
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000


GRADUATE SCHOOL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT, 1999-2000 
- Lawrence K. Duffy, Chair


The committee's main goal was to address several policy issues carried 
over from the previous year.  The committee also addressed if the 
policies in the catalog reflected the policies of the graduate school.  Some 
major issues discussed and recommendations were:

1. 	The committee recommended the graduate dean develop a new 
strategic plan or mission statement.
2. 	The committee recommend that GRE testing be available on 
campus.
3. 	The committee recommended (again) a single approach to graduate 
admissions.
4. 	The committee discussed the consistency issue in thesis policy but 
did not reach consensus.
5. 	The committee recommended after the announcement of the 
ending of 50:50 TA program that support for RA's be increased.
6. 	The committee recommended collaborations with faculty at other 
MAU's who are mentoring Ph.D. students and that admissions barriers for 
non-traditional masters students be removed.
7. 	The role of the UAF catalog in policy communication was discussed.
8. 	Recommended graduate school maintain an accurate database.

Motions in the following areas were moved to the Senate for policy 
modifications.
1. 	Guidelines for collaborative Ph.D. graduate programs.
2. 	Registration requirements.
3. 	Ph.D. requirements
4. 	GRE/GMAT requirements.
5. 	Use of special topic and independent study courses in graduate 
degrees.
6. 	Use of undergraduate transcripts in admission process.
7. 	Minimum requirements for masters degrees.
8. 	Motion on outside employment for TA's.
9.	Motion that GSAC be combined with GCC.


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ATTACHMENT 95/14
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000



Approved Emeriti AY99-00


Dr. Barbara Alexander, CLA - Associate Professor of Humanities, Emerita

Dr. John P. Bryant, IAB/CSEM - Professor of Plant Ecology, Emeritus

Dr. Perry Gilmore, SOEd - Professor of Education, Emerita

Dr. Vidyadhar A. Kamath, SME - Professor of Petroleum Engineering, 
Emeritus

Dr. Michael Krauss, CLA - Professor of Linguistics and Director, Alaska 
Native Language Center, Emeritus

Dr. Ruth Lister, TVC - Director, Emerita

Dr. Janice McKenna Reynolds, CLA - Professor of Sociology, Emerita

Professor Peggy Shumaker, CLA - Professor of English, Emerita

Dr. David Smith, CLA - Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics, 
Emeritus

Dr. Knut H. Stamnes, CSEM - Professor of Physics, Emeritus 

Professor Kesler Woodward, CLA - Professor of Art, Emeritus



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ATTACHMENT 95/15
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000


President's Comments - Larry Duffy


I am sorry to miss the first meeting of our new Senate but it is not often 
we get the National Institute of Health to have a meeting in Alaska.  
Fortunately I am lucky to have the able assistance of Norm Swazo.  

I am excited about the upcoming year for two reasons.  The first is that 
we are no longer facing a zero sum game relating to budget matters.  As 
new money comes into the system, the faculty has a chance to shape the 
future of UAF.  I encourage your involvement in discussions about our 
new Strategic Plan.  It is important that the Senate represent the faculty 
on all working groups.  

Second, over the last year, Chancellor Lind has demonstrated a 
willingness not only to work with the Senate but also to listen to all the 
faculty and work out solutions.  The policy on Department Head/Chair is a 
prime example of good faith compromises moving UAF forward.  Issues 
such as distance delivery will require all of us to work together.  We now 
have both a Chancellor and Provost that will allow this to happen.  

Finally, my agenda for next year is simple.  Our major goal as a Senate will 
be to support all the faculty who are working on the Accreditation Self-
Study.  I expect as the self-study moves forward we will have to address 
revisions of old policies as well as lack of policy.  An example of this would 
be policies relating to part-time faculty.  As a Senate, we should handle 
the issues that come up in a timely manner.  

Have a good summer, but leave your email with Sheri.  


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ATTACHMENT 95/16
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY FACULTY AFFAIRS


***FIRST READING***


MOTION
======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to amend Article III, Section 2 of the UAF 
Faculty Senate Constitution as follows:


[[  ]]  =  Deletions
CAPS =  Additions


	ARTICLE III - Membership

Sect. 2	Voting members of the Senate must EITHER hold academic 
		rank [[and must be]] WITH full-time CONTINUING 
		APPOINTMENT AT [[permanent employees of]] the 
		University of Alaska FAIRBANKS OR HOLD SPECIAL 
		ACADEMIC RANK WITH TITLE PRECEDED BY ŒRESEARCHı 
		AND HAVE A THREE-YEAR CONTINUING APPOINTMENT IN 
		THE YEAR OF ELIGIBILITY AND ELECTION.


	EFFECTIVE:  	Upon Chancellor approval

	RATIONALE:  	The number of research faculty on campus has 
		increased in recent years.  Members of this faculty group 
		seek participation in faculty governance as well as 
		representation on the Faculty Senate.  This change 
		accommodates this group of faculty.


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ATTACHMENT 95/17
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE


MOTION
======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to endorse the 2000-2001 committee 
membership as attached.


	EFFECTIVE:  	Immediately

	RATIONALE:  	New Senate members' preference for 
		committee selection were reviewed and weighted 
		against membership distribution from schools and 
		colleges.


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2000 -2001 UAF FACULTY SENATE COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP


STANDING COMMITTEES

Curricular Affairs
	Sukumar Bandopadhyay, SME (02)
	Dolly Garza, SFOS (01)
	Michael Hannigan, CRA (02)
	Chris Hartman, CSEM (01)
	Ron Illingworth, CRA (01)
	Jonathan Rosenberg, CLA (02)
	Judy Shepherd, CLA (01)
	Eduard Zilberkant, CLA (02)
	  Ex-Officio:   	^Ann Tremarello, Registrar's Office
			Wanda Martin, Advising Center
			Student


Faculty Affairs
	Alvin Amason, CLA (01)
	Mark Box, CLA (02)
	Godwin Chukwu, SME (02)
	Mike Davis, CRA (02)
	Peter McRoy, SFOS (02)
	Barry Mortensen, CRA (2)
	Jonathan Wiens, CSEM (01)
	  Ex-Officio:    


PERMANENT COMMITTEES

Committee to Nominate Commencement Speaker 
   and Honorary Degree Recipients
	John Gimbel, CSEM (01)
	Jenifer McBeath, SALRM
	Trina Mammoon, CLA (01)
	Claus-M. Naske, CLA
	Non-University:  Phil Younker
	Student:  
	  Ex-Officio:    	Paul Reichardt, Provost

Core Review (Elected)
	Jin Brown, Communication, CLA (02)
	Suzanne Bordelon, English, CLA (01)
	Jill Faudree, Math, CSEM (02)
	Doug Schamel, CSEM, Sciences (02) 
	Larry Vienniau, Humanities, CLA (02)
	Jordan Titus, Psy/Soc/SW, CLA (01)
	vacant, Engineering/Management (01)
	Student: 
	  Ex-Officio:    	^Director, Library
			Sue McHenry, RSS

Developmental Studies Committee (Elected)
	Nancy Ayagarak, Kuskokwim, CRA (00)
	Patty Baldwin, RSS (01)
	John Bruder, Bristol Bay, CRA (01)
	Lisa Buttrey-Thomas, Science, CSEM (00)
	Richard Carr, English, CLA (01)
	Jerah Chadwick, Devel. Studies, CRA (01)
	John Creed, Chukchi, CRA (01)
	Marty Getz, Math, CSEM (02)
	Cindy Hardy, TVC (00) 
	Ron Illingworth, Interior Campus, CRA (01)
	Wanda Martin, Advising Center (01)
	Joe Mason, Northwest, CRA (02)
	Jane Weber, TVC (00)
	  Ex-Officio:   	^Jake Poole, TVC

Faculty Appeals & Oversight Committee (Elected)
	Godwin Chukwu, SME (01)
	Brian Himelbloom, SFOS (01)
	Ed Husted, CRA (01)
	Oscar Kawagley, SOEd. (02)
	Kristy Long, CRA/ACE (01)
	Joan Moessner, CLA (02)
	Dennis Schall, SOEd. (01)
	Rick Steiner, SFOS (02)
	Norm Swazo, CLA (01) 
	vacant, CNRDM (00)
	vacant, CSEM (01) 
	vacant, CSEM (02)

Faculty Development, Assessment & Improvement 
	Barbara Butcher, CRA/ACE (01)
	Burns Cooper, CLA (01)
	Linda Curda, CRA (01)
	Rheba Dupras, CLA (02)
	Deborah McLean, SOEd. (01)
	Tom Robinson, SOM (01) 
	Alexei Rybkin (01)

Graduate Academic & Advisory Committee 
	James Gardner, CSEM (01)
	John Gimbel, CSEM (01)
	Chuen-Sen Lin, CSEM (02)
	Charles Mason, CLA (01)
	Maribeth Murray, CLA (02)
	Roger Ruess, CSEM (02)
	Harikumar Sankaran, SOM (02)
	3 vacancies
	  Ex-Officio:   	Joe Kan, Graduate Dean.
			Tamara Lincoln, Libraries
			Ann Tremarello, Director, A&R
			Larry Duffy, Senate President
			Graduate Student
			Graduate Student


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ATTACHMENT 95/18
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE


MOTION
=======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to adopt the following calendar for 
its 2000-2001 meetings.


	EFFECTIVE:   	Immediately

	RATIONALE:  	Meetings have to be scheduled and the Wood 
		Center Ballroom reserved well in advance.


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				UAF FACULTY SENATE

					2000-2001
				  Calendar of Meetings

Mtg. # 	Date   	Day    	Time   	Type

96     	9/25/00 	Monday	1:30 p.m.	audioconference

97     	10/30/00 	Monday	1:30 p.m.	face-to-face 

98     	12/11/00 	Monday	1:30 p.m.	audioconference

99     	2/5/01   	Monday	1:30 p.m.	audioconference

100     3/5/01   	Monday	1:30 p.m.	face-to-face

101    	4/2/01   	Monday	1:30 p.m.	audioconference

102     5/7/01   	Monday	1:30 p.m.	audioconference/ 
						face-to-face

Location:  Wood Center Ballroom


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ATTACHMENT 95/19
UAF FACULTY SENATE #95
MAY 1, 2000
SUBMITTED BY ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE


MOTION
======

The UAF Faculty Senate moves to authorize the Administrative 
Committee to act on behalf of the Senate on all matters within its 
purview which may arise until the Senate resumes deliberations in the Fall 
of 2000.  Senators will be kept informed of the Administrative 
Committee's meetings and will be encouraged to attend and participate in 
these meetings.


	EFFECTIVE:   	May 1, 2000

	RATIONALE: 	This motion will allow the Administrative 
		Committee to act on behalf of the Senate so that 
		necessary work can be accomplished and will also allow 
		Senators their rights to participate in the governance 
		process.