FC000907 MINUTES:

APPROVED FC001102.

 

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Faculty Council Minutes: September 7, 2000

Dental School Building, Room 115: 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

 

Attendance Record and Original Agenda follow Adjournment as Attachments.

 

Agenda Item I: Call to Order and Welcome to New Members: Mary Fisher (IUPUI Faculty Vice-President)! Fisher called the meeting to order at 3:33 pm and welcomed the new members. She explained that attachments #5-10 contain information useful for members such as the composition of the council, committee appointments, and meeting dates.

 

Agenda Item II: Adoption of the Order of Business for the Day. The agenda was adopted as the order of business for the day.

 

Agenda Item III: Memorial Resolutions for Professor Emeritus Patrick John Valentine Corcoran (Medicine) and Professor Raleigh E. Lingeman (Medicine). Fisher called for a moment of silence by the FC members.

 

Agenda Item IV: Approval of Minutes for May 4, 2000 (on web at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc000504html.htm ) (corrected P&T document attached to FC000504 minutes). Wokeck seconded Eckerman’s motion to approve the minutes. Motion approved.

 

Agenda Item V: Chancellor's Report: Gerald Bepko (IUPUI Chancellor & IU Vice-President). Bepko called on Plater for a report on enrollments. The good news according to Plater is a record enrollment of credit hours and even the headcount is up a bit (.2 of 1%). IUPUI is in good shape compared to last fall. This was achieved through the hard work of a lot of people on the Indianapolis campus with Enrollment Services. Better prepared students are being attracted to IUPUI, while 577 students were officially referred to Ivy Tech (more were referred informally). About 150 students now enrolled at Ivy Tech should eventually return to IUPUI as transfer students after completing a few courses. Enrollment at Ivy Tech is up 1000 students. For students not admitted conditionally, our retention rates are up. First to second year retention for students admitted directly to University College or concurrently with schools increased slightly, but retention for students admitted conditionally decreased. Overall, including all three categories, retention for students decreased to 58% for 1999 from 59% for 1998. Last, according to the U.S. News and World Report rankings, IUPUI is a fourth tier institution, but by reputation we’re near the top of the fourth tier. IUPUI is ahead of about two-thirds of the third tier institutions, and even ahead of some of the second tier institutions, in academic reputation. We remain in the fourth tier however because of our graduation rate, which is 21% for the six year measure. Only one other institution is lower while most range between 50-60%. If we improve our retention rate we will likely move to the third tier and possibly the second in five to ten years. Everyone was encouraged to keep up the good work.

 

Bepko noted that we have been worried about the possible impact of Indiana’s Community College on our enrollments but added that we are determined to take these deliberate steps during this transition period which will prove healthy for both Indiana and IU as we move into the third tier.

 

According to an article in the Star there has been tensions between IU President Myles Brand and the Commissioner of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE), Stanley G. Jones, the leader of the Community College initiative, but that is a bit of an overstatement. Discussions are underway to determine how the IU and PU campuses can best compete with the Indiana Community College System (ICCS) so as to offer the best education at the lowest cost to the citizens of Indiana. The goal of achieving stability between ICHE, IU, and ICCS is going well, with the aim of making mobility for students as easy as possible. IUPUI and Ivy Tech have had an excellent partnership for some time now. The question of tension involves the regional campuses (not IUPUI). A policy and plan to keep state resources available will likely be produced by these discussions to protect those campuses from any abrupt enrollment changes that can be correlated with growth in Community College enrollments. We also support ICHE’s promotion of the High School Core 40 but not as a quota system for our admissions process. After we can put all of this behind us we will focus on the future of attracting better-prepared students and fulfilling what has been IUPUI’s destiny all along, to become one of the nation’s truly finest urban universities.

 

Momentarily distracted by the fact that Sheila Suess Kennedy was sitting in a particular seat, Bepko explained that she used to sit in the same location in his contracts class only a few years ago. [Laughter]

 

Bepko continued with an update on the current administrative reviews. The reviews for Giles Hoyt and Robert Martin are finished and will be distributed publicly after President Galanti and Vice-President Fisher have the opportunity to review them and to ensure the summaries are faithful to the full text. The review for Barbara Wilcox will be finished in another month or so.

 

Over the summer the Campaign for IUPUI continued to grow aiming for the kick-off in 2001 followed by a three-year sprint. As of the first of July between $280 and $290 million has been raised from gifts and also from grants through foundations. By opening with about $300 million a year from now and then after the total amount is tallied after another three years, we will raise some eyebrows across the state.

 

David Lewis was confirmed over the summer as the new Dean of University Library after serving as the interim dean for a period. [Applause] Michael Patchner has been confirmed as the new Dean of Social Work and was welcomed to the campus community. [Applause]. Craig Brater has been the new Dean of Medicine since the first of July but has been very busy with Clarian Health Partners and will be introduced at a later FC meeting. Gerardo Gonzalez has been confirmed as the new Dean of Education (based in Bloomington) but will be working closely with our own Barbara Wilcox, the Executive Associate Dean of Education for the Indianapolis campus. Astride Merget will become Dean of Public and Environmental Affairs the first of October (based in Bloomington); Kirsten Gronbjerg will continue as interim dean until then. Mark Rosentraub, Associate Dean for Public and Environmental Affairs, responsible for Indianapolis programs, has left for Cleveland State University and will need to be replaced.

 

Several projects are underway. There continue to be regular meetings of the university architect’s office with the IUB facilities office, the university master planner, and various people representing the organizations who are our partners on this island bordered by Fall Creek, White River, and the downtown canal. At the last meeting it was determined that there are twenty-four projects in some stage of development; twenty-five if we include Angela McBride’s new Nursing Building. [Laughter] Since the upcoming parking problem is on the agenda later today, and since these new projects are the cause of the parking problem, an update of the various campus clusters will be given every other month. Displaying a chart, Bepko presented an update of the superblock bounded by New York, West, Michigan, and Blackford Streets. The new law school building at New York and West is progressing well and construction will begin in February on the Technology Complex at West and Michigan. The large office building near Blackford and Vermont, which will be funded by and house the IU Foundation-Indianapolis Headquarters, as well as parts of the IUPUI Administration, the Alumni Office, the Center on Philanthropy, and the IU and PU presidents’ offices, among other tenants, is still planned, along with a courtyard and an underground garage with lots of nice landscaping. Two other future buildings are also planned for the superblock. Hopefully some of these buildings will be named for as yet large contributors that we hope will come forward. A smaller version of Military Park is planned for the area north of the superblock at Michigan and West Streets. It is hoped that West Street will become a majestic boulevard with reduced traffic and an enlarged medium with a promenade across it for pedestrians linking the campus to the downtown canal. This will become IUPUI’s symbolic welcome and front door to the campus (instead of that unpaved backdoor parking lot). We will become part of one big neighborhood including the Indiana Historical Society, the Eiteljorg Museum, the Indiana State Museum, White River State Park, and the other entities along our border. This will capture the nationwide architectural imagination. University Master Planner John Belle, who worked on the New York Terminal and who is now working on the renovation of Lincoln Center, along with architect Robert Stern, who is also doing the new Student Center, and who is also the Dean of the Yale School of Modern Architecture, will create a spectacular vista. Our only problem is finding a room big enough for men with egos of this size to meet. [Laughter] Displaying one last chart, Bepko presented the final definitive progress report for the childcare facility. The Center for Young Children is now complete and, following the meeting, vans will be ready to transport FC members to a reception there. The bad news is that no alcohol will be served but the good news in keeping with the spirit of the children’s center is that in addition to other drinks and hors d’oeuvres, milk and cookies will be served. [Laughter] Everyone was encouraged to attend.

 

Agenda Item VI: President's Report: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President & UFC Co-Secretary). Delighted at the large turnout, Galanti wondered aloud whether it was the following reception or the parking topic that drew everyone. [Laughter]

 

The Executive Committee will meet with the Faculty Governance Leaders of the IUPUI Schools on October 19 to discuss the concerns and issues of the schools. The Executive Committee already met with the Chairs of the FC Standing Committees to discuss charges for the 2000/01 academic year.

 

The UFC Agenda Committee met with the Co-Chairs of the UFC Standing Committees on August 29 to hear reports of 1999/00 accomplishments and plans for 2000/01. The UFC Educational Policies Committee (comparable to our own FC Academic Affairs Committee) will be working on the implementation of the Transfer of Courses/Credits policy, while the UFC Faculty Affairs Committee (comparable to our own FC Faculty Affairs Committee) will be working on developing a policy for the classification of ranks, including non-tenure-track appointments. The first UFC meeting will be September 12 at IUB where President Brand will deliver the “State of the University” address after a short UFC business meeting to consider approving some minor changes suggested by the Trustees to the “Conflict of Interest” policy which the UFC passed last spring. If approved as expected, the policy will be implemented this year. It can be found on the UFC website at: http://www.indiana.edu/~ufc/circulars/00-01/U3-2001.htm .

 

On August 8th the Trustees held an organizational meeting at IUPUI. Their next meeting will be September 14-15 at IUSE.

 

One last point, TERA (Teaching Excellence Recognition Awards) has morphed into TAFT (Trustees Awards For Teachers). It is estimated that seven percent of the tenured faculty will receive awards of $2500 through TAFT. The balance of the funds not used for TAFT will go to FACET (Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching) which is determined at the campus administrative level.

 

Agenda Item VII: Announcement of Slate for Election Next Meeting (FC001005) of At-large Representative to the Promotion and Tenure Committee – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair). On behalf of the Nominating Committee, Goodwin proposed the slate of Marchusa Huff and Gerald Powers, one to be elected at the October FC meeting. Powers made a brief statement. After reading Huff’s statement, and given that the P&T Committee, a very important committee, is composed for the most part of while males, he encouraged FC members to give diversity its considered due and elect her. He has served on it many times before and it today needs better female representation. Wilkins referred to Bylaw III.C.1.d to answer Wokeck’s question of the eligibility of associate professors.

 

Agenda Item VIII: Presentation on the Parking Problem and the Proposed Solution (handouts distributed at meeting) – Carol Pferrer (Parking Services Director) (cpferrer@iupui.edu ) (274-4637). To introduce her presentation, Pferrer was accompanied by her superior, John Mulvey (IUPUI Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police). Referring to the construction noise that had intermittently accompanied the meeting, Mulvey commented that since it had stopped they were probably working on the nooses now that the gallows were finished. [Laughter] Quoting a university president, he said there are three thing every senior administrator needs to know to run a campus, that there needs to be sex for students, sports for alumni, and parking for faculty. [Laughter] The superblock area was exclusively for parking but that is disappearing. They have a proposed solution. The biggest change he has seen so far was the move from parking stickers to the A/B/E passes people hang on their rearview mirrors. The image of parking at IUPUI has continued to be bad over the years, and the time and cost of writing tickets and handling reviews is extensive, so they’ve created the following proposal.

 

Pferrer gave a Power Point presentation: IUPUI Parking: Today and Tomorrow. A handout of the slides was distributed. The system of classifying passes according to whether one is faculty, staff, or student is archaic. Pferrer noted the various buildings across the campus planned for construction and the estimated 2364 parking spaces that will be lost, which equal eleven percent of all campus parking spaces. The proposed five-year parking plan calls for: temporary off campus parking at Bush Stadium using shuttles (about 700 spaces); continued campus parking as either surface (replacing the A/B/E passes), guaranteed garage, or reserved; and about 3300 new spaces through the new parking facilities (about 750 spaces with the new twin garage, costing about $12 million, about 650 spaces with a new garage on lot 58, costing about $10 million, about 1400 spaces in the underground parking of the superblock, costing about $27 million, and about 500 spaces when LaRue Carter is demolished, costing about $1 million). Even with this, which will cost about $50 million, we again will not have enough parking spaces five years from now. Rates will need to increase over the next five years. Surface will cost between $20 and $25 a month, guaranteed garage about $55 a month, and reserved about $150 a month. Market Comparisons with other urban universities with regard to parking for faculty / staff / students put us fourth from the bottom (or less than most) at this time, while comparisons to downtown parking show we cost less, not counting government employees who park free. In summary, we need to raise rates, but we also need to remove the faculty / staff / student class system.

 

Mulvey commented that Pferrer’s presentation was a condensed version and presented only the bare essentials. He added that security will be provided for the shuttles back and forth to Bush Stadium. The floor was open for questions and discussion.

 

One FC member commented that the class system was being eliminated in favor of a free for all. Pferrer replied the students will no longer be banished to the back and can choose any of the three types of campus parking. This fits the new student service model which depicts them as our customers.

 

Another FC member, quoting the philosopher Mortimer Adler, stated that treating unequals equally is unfair, and wondered how the other 13 peer urban universities handled the class system. Pferrer replied that some guaranteed garage spaces might be appropriate but that more local spaces for temporary loading or unloading will also be provided.

 

Saatkamp, speaking from experience with this at three other campuses, contended that equal opportunity does not work because problems are created if a faculty member cannot park and get to class in time.

 

Pferrer noted that it is a five-year plan and directed members to the website (http://www.parking.iupui.edu ). She requested that comments and novel ideas be emailed or phoned to her (cpferrer@iupui.edu) (274-4637).

 

In response to Hoyt’s request for a clarification on surface parking, Pferrer noted that some planners suggest keeping the A/B/E passes but opening them for purchase by anyone. There are at present about 1000 A spots.

 

Lefstein pointed out that since guaranteed garage and reserved spots are limited, why not have two tiers of surface parking tied to price. Pferrer thought that a good suggestion and noted that her assistant Heather Staggs was recording these ideas for inclusion with other comments to the proposal.

 

M. Harrington suggested lowering the pedestrian peril by slowing down traffic on Michigan and New York Streets and perhaps adding speed bumps with parking alongside each side of the streets.

 

Fore suggested adding spots by the Medical Library to park for a short time and run-in or to unload.

 

Ward suggested using the parking at White River State Park, including the Zoo, for overflow parking. Pferrer replied that IUPUI tried that but did not receive a positive response.

 

Pferrer closed thanking everyone for the good suggestions and offered to come to any single unit to give a more complete presentation or another condensed one.

 

Agenda Item IX: Question / Answer Period. Porter responded to Baldwin’s question on the status of the implementation of the “Transfer of Courses/Credits” policy. Data was gathered over the summer to determine the scope of the problem. Information will soon go out to the campuses. We will be working through the first steps this fall.

 

Bepko suggested keeping parking on the agenda and asking John Mulvey and Carol Pferrer back again to update the FC on the challenges and burdens they encounter. He expressed hope that we would all be able to solve this problem together in a fine-tuned way that provides the best service to everyone at the lowest cost, especially keeping in mind the cost for staff to park. There is a lot to balance. The key challenge is the transition and the morale problem we will face with unhappy people paying more for worse parking.

 

Langsam commented we just might lose our part-time instructors (associate faculty), who often arrive about 5 pm to teach in the evenings after working all day because they do not earn enough to live, if they have to hunt and peck just to park for their class.

 

Baldwin suggested partnering with Clarian to use their Monorail System. Bepko called it a real possibility.

 

Agenda Item X-XI: Unfinished or New Business? There was no unfinished or new business.

 

Agenda Item XII: Adjournment. Galanti adjourned the meeting at 5:10 pm. Bepko encouraged everyone to grab a ride on the shuttles for the reception at the new Center for Young Children. (Following the adjournment shuttles took members to Center for Young Children for the annual reception for new FC members.)

 

Attachments:

Attendance Record for September 7, 2000 Faculty Council Meeting;

Agenda for September 7, 2000 Faculty Council Meeting.

 

[Minutes prepared by Faculty Council Coordinator, David Frisby,

(UN 403) (274-2215) (Fax 274-2970) (fcouncil@iupui.edu) (http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil)]

 


[Attachment for FC000907 Minutes]

 

Attendance Record for FC000907.

[P = Present; L = Alternate; N = Notice; A = Absent]

 

109 VOTING MEMBERS (last names underlined) (+ 3 vacant voting positions), 5 NON-VOTING MEMBERS* (last names underlined and followed by an asterisk), and other assorted NON-MEMBERS (Chairs, FGLs, Guests, Visitors, VIPs, Employees, and others).

 

Abdul, Andrew (Vice-President of the IUPUI Undergraduate Student Assembly) (Alternate for President Mutton)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Adamek, Margaret (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Social Work)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Aguet, Henry (Elected: Herron Art 6/01) (Herron Art)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Akay, Hasan (Budgetary Affairs Chair) (Engineering and Technology: Mechanical Engineering)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Allen, Stephen (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Medicine: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Ambrosius, Walter (Elected: Medicine 6/01) (Medicine: Medicine: Biostatistics Division)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Andres, Carl (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Dentistry: Prosthodontics)

[S/N; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Ardemagni, Enrica (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Foreign Languages and Cultures: Spanish)

[S/N; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Atkinson, Simon (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/02) (Medicine: Medicine: Nephrology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Avery, David (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Dentistry: Oral Facial Development)

[S/N; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Avgoustis, Sotiris (Elected: Physical Education 6/02) (Physical Education: Tourism, Conventions, and Event Management)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Bailey, Darrell (Ex Officio: Dean of Informatics -- Indianapolis) (Music)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Baldwin, James (Ex Officio: UFC Rep 6/01) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (University Library: Resource Development)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Banta, Trudy (Ex Officio: Chancellor's Administrative Designee 6/01) (Education)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Baumer, Terry (Elected: Public and Environmental Affairs 6/02) (Public and Environmental Affairs)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Bechdolt, Anne (IUPUI Undergraduate Student Assembly)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Belcher, Anne (Elected: Nursing 6/01) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Bepko, Gerald (Officer: Chancellor of IUPUI) (Ex Officio: Chancellor of IUPUI) (Law)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Berbari, Edward (Elected: Engineering and Technology 6/01) (Engineering and Technology: Electrical Engineering)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Besch, Henry (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/02) (Basic Medicine: Pharmacology and Toxicology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Bippen, Paul (Ex Officio: Dean of IUPU Columbus) (Education)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Blake, Pat* (Ex Officio: Senior Academy Representative 6/02) (Nursing)

[S/N; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Borgmann, Cindy (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Herron Art)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Bostwick, Willard David (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Engineering and Tech: Organizational Leadership and Supervision)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Boukai, Benzion (Elected: Science 6/01) (Science: Mathematical Sciences)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Brater, D. Craig (Ex Officio: Dean of Medicine) (Basic Medicine: Pharmacology and Toxicology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Broadie, Thomas (Elected: Medicine 6/01) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Medicine: Surgery)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Brown, James W. (Ex Officio: Associate Dean of Journalism) (Journalism Faculty Governance Leader) (Journalism)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Caldemeyer, Karen (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Medicine: Radiology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Canty-Mitchell, Janie (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Nursing)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Charleston, Lillian (IUPUI Affirmative Action Officer)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Chism, Nancy (Associate Vice-Chancellor for Professional Development & Associate Dean of the Faculties) (Education)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Combs, Terri (Coordinator for Associate Faculty Affairs)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Connor, Ulla (Campus Planning Chair) (Liberal Arts: English)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Conrad, William (Engineering and Technology Faculty Governance Leader) (Eng & Tech: Electrical Eng Technology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Cronin, Blaise (Ex Officio: Dean of Library and Information Science -- IUB) (Library and Information Science)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Crowell, Dring (Elected: Science 6/01) (Science: Biology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Daniels-Howell, Todd (Elected: University Library 6/01) (University Library: Archives)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

DeTienne, Andre (Library Chair) (Liberal Arts: Philosophy)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Dickerson-Putnam, Jeanette (Elected: Liberal Arts 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Anthropology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Dunning, Jeremy (Ex Officio: Dean of Continuing Studies -- IUB) (Cont Stud Faculty Gov Leader) (Geological Sciences)

[S/N; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Eckerman, Nancy (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Medicine: Medical Library)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Eickmeier, Valerie (Ex Officio: Dean of Herron Art) (Herron Art)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Ellett, Marsha (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Engum, Scott (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Medicine: Surgery)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Evenbeck, Scott (Ex Officio: Dean of University College) (Science: Psychology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Fastenau, Philip (Elected: Science 6/02) (Science: Psychology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Felsten, Gary (IUPU Columbus Faculty Governance Leader) (Science: Psychology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Fiander, Michelle (University Library Faculty Governance Leader) (University Library: Cataloging)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Fineberg, Naomi (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/01) (Medicine: Medicine: Biostatistics)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Fisher, Mary (Officer: Vice-President 6/02) (Elected: Nursing 6/01) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Fletcher, Ann* (Elected: IUPU Columbus 6/02) (Science: Mathematical Sciences)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Fore, Julie (Elected: Medicine 6/01) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Medicine: Medical Library)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Fredland, Richard (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Liberal Arts: Political Science)

[S/L; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Robert Kirk, Liberal Arts)

Frisby, David (Faculty Council Coordinator) (Academic Affairs: Office of the Faculty and Staff Councils)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Froehlich, Janice (Ex Officio: UFC Rep 6/02) (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Med: Med: Endocrinology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Gable, Karen (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Faculty Affairs Chair) (Allied Health Sciences: Health Sciences Education)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Galanti, Paul (Officer: President 6/02) (Executive Chair) (Law)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Goldblatt, Lawrence (Ex Officio: Dean of Dentistry) (Dentistry: Oral Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Goodine, Linda Adele (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Herron Art)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Goodwin, Vania (Nominating Committee Chair 6/01) (University Library: Acquisitions)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Gray, Ralph D. (Emeritus) (Liberal Arts: History)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Greenberg, Harold (Elected: Law 6/02) (Law)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Gronfein, William (Elected: Liberal Arts 6/01) (Liberal Arts: Sociology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Grove, Mark (Registrar) (Academic Affairs: Registrar)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Guba, Christianne (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Dentistry: Preventive Dentistry)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Hamant, Celestine (Elected: Allied Health Sciences 6/01) (Allied Health Sciences: Occupational Therapy)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Hamilton, Sharon (Campus Project Director for “Urban Universities Portfolio Project) (Liberal Arts: English)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Harrington, Maureen (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Basic Medicine: Biochemistry)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Harrington, SusanMarie (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Liberal Arts: English)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Hart, Stuart (Elected: Education 6/01) (Education Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Education)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Heck, David (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Medicine: Orthopaedic Surgery)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Hoang, Ngoan (Constitution and Bylaws Chair) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Hoyt, Dolores (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/02) (Elected: At Large 6/02) (University Library: Senior Management)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Hurd, William (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Medicine: Obstetrics and Gynecology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Isikbay, Serkis (Elected: Dentistry 6/01) (Dentistry: Restorative Dentistry)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Jeglum, Beth (Director of the Center for Young Children) (Administration and Finance: Center for Young Children)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Johnson, Eric (Elected: Business 6/01) (Business: Accounting and Information Systems)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Johnson, Kathy (Science Faculty Governance Leader 6/02) (Student Affairs Chair) (Science: Psychology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Keck, Juanita (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/01) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Keck, Robert (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Science: Biology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Kellum, P. Nicholas (Ex Officio: Dean of Physical Education) (Physical Education)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Kennedy, Sheila (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/01) (Public and Environmental Affairs)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Kiel, Judith L. (Allied Health Sciences Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Allied Health Sciences: Occupational Therapy)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Klaunig, James (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Basic Medicine: Pharmacology and Toxicology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Kloesel, Christian (Liberal Arts Faculty Governance Leader 6/02) (Liberal Arts: English)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Kopecky, Ken (IUPUI United Way Campaign Steering Committee)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Kulsrud, William (Athletics Chair) (Business: Accounting and Information Systems)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Langsam, Miriam (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Faculty Handbook Chair) (Liberal Arts: History)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Lefstein, Norman (Ex Officio: Dean of Law) (Law)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Lewis, David (Ex Officio: Dean of University Library) (University Library: Senior Management)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Little, Monroe (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Liberal Arts: History)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Logsdon, Susan (IU Foundation Director for Corporate and Foundation Relations)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Lorentz, Donald (UITS Audio Engineer: Recorder)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Lyon, Brenda (Nursing Faculty Governance Leader) (Nursing)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

MacKinnon, Joyce (Associate Dean) (Allied Health Sciences: Academic and Student Affairs)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Manning, Doug (Parking Services)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Martin, Robert (Vice-Chancellor for Administration and Finance) (IUPUI Administration: Administration and Finance)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Matis, Bruce (Elected: Dentistry 6/02) (Dentistry: Operative Dentistry)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

McBride, Angela (Ex Officio: Dean of Nursing) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

McDaniel, Anna (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/02) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

McGeever, Patrick (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Political Science)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Mead, Susanah (Law Faculty Governance Leader) (Law)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Meiss, Richard (Elected: Medicine 6/01) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Medicine: Obstetrics and Gynecology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Moore, B. Keith (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/01) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Dentistry: Restorative Dentistry)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Mulvey, John (IUPUI Chief of Police)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Mutton, Nicholis* (Ex Officio: Student Assembly President 6/01)

[S/L; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Andrew Abdul, (Student Assembly Vice-President)

Needler, Marvin (Elected: Engineering and Technology 6/02)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Nehf, Laura C. (Coordinator for Associate Faculty Affairs)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Newbrough, Randy (UITS Audio Engineer: Recorder)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Newton, Nancy (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/01) (Liberal Arts: Foreign Languages and Cultures: Spanish)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Ng, Bart (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/02) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Science: Mathematical Sciences)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Niklas, Ursula (Elected: Liberal Arts 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Philosophy)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

O’Brien, John (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Medicine: Medicine: Gastroenterology/Hepatology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Olson, Byron (Dentistry Faculty Governance Leader) (Dentistry: Oral Biology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Orme, Bill* (Elected: University College 6/02) (Nursing) (University College Faculty Governance Leader)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Owens, Yvonne* (Ex Officio: Staff Council President 6/03) (External Affairs: Alumni Office)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Patchner, Michael (Ex Officio: Dean of Social Work) (Social Work)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Pesa, Jacquelyn (Physical Education Faculty Governance Leader) (Physical Education)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Peters, G. David (Ex Officio: Director of Music) (Music Faculty Governance Leader) (Music)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Pferrer, Carol (Parking Services Director)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Plater, William (Ex Officio: Chancellor's Administrative Designee 6/01) (Liberal Arts: English)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Porter, Rebecca (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/02) (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/02) (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Allied Health Sciences: Physical Therapy)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Powers, Gerald (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/01) (Faculty Grievance Advisory Panel Chair) (Social Work)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Quaid, Kimberly (Director of the Office of Women) (Medicine: Medical and Molecular Genetics)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Queiro-Tajalli, Irene (Elected: Social Work 6/01) (Social Work)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Rees, Fred (Elected: Music 6/02)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Rennels, Ken (Academic Affairs Chair) (Engineering and Technology: Mechanical Engineering Technology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Rhodes, Simon (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Science: Biology)

[S/N; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Ricchiardi, Sherry (Elected: Journalism 6/01) (Journalism)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Richardson, Mark (Herron Art Faculty Governance Leader) (Herron Art)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Ritchie, Ingrid (Public and Environmental Affairs Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Public and Environmental Affairs)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Robbins, Ed (Senior Academy Chair) (Education)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Rosentraub, Mark (Ex Officio: Associate Dean of Public and Environmental Affairs--Indianapolis) (Public and Env Aff)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Rothe, Carl (Basic Medicine: Physiology and Biophysics)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Saatkamp, Herman (Ex Officio: Dean of Liberal Arts) (Liberal Arts: Philosophy)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Sandy, Robert (Fringe Benefits Chair) (Liberal Arts: Economics)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Schmenner, Roger W. (Ex Officio: Associate Dean of Business--Indianapolis) (Business Faculty Governance Leader) (Business: Operations and Decisions Technology: Operations Management)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Schmetzer, Alan (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Medicine: Psychiatry)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Schneider, William (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Technology Chair) (Liberal Arts: History)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Shaw, Deborah (Ralf), (Library and Information Science Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Library and Info Science)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Sothmann, Mark S. (Ex Officio: Dean of Allied Health Sciences) (Allied Health Sciences)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Souch, Catherine (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/01) (Liberal Arts: Geography)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Spechler, Martin (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Economics)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Staggs, Heather (Parking Services)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Stanley, Mary (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/01) (University Library: Senior Management)

[S/L; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Marie Wright, University Library)

Stocum, David (Ex Officio: Dean of Science) (Science: Biology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Sullivan, Cheryl (Vice-Chancellor for External Affairs) (IUPUI Administration: External Affairs)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Sullivan, W. Patrick (Social Work Faculty Governance Leader) (Social Work)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Sutton, Susan (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Anthropology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Swenson, Melinda (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Nursing)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Tarver, Robert (Elected: Medicine 6/02) (Medicine Faculty Governance Leader) (Medicine: Radiology)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Unverzagt, Frederick (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Medicine: Psychiatry)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Vermette, Rosalie (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Liberal Arts: Foreign Languages and Cultures: French)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Vessely, Jeffery (Dean of Students) (Physical Education)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Ward, Richard (Ex Officio: UFC Representative 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Anthropology)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

West, Karen (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Medicine: Surgery)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Whitney, Karen (Vice-Chancellor for Student Life and Diversity) (IUPUI Administration: Student Life and Diversity)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Wilcox, Barbara (Ex Officio: Executive Associate Dean of Education--Indianapolis) (Education)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Wilkins, Harriet (Officer: Parliamentarian 6/01) (Liberal Arts: English)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Wokeck, Marianne (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/02) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Liberal Arts: History)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Yokomoto, Charles (Ex Officio: Exec Committee 6/01) (Elected: At Large 6/02) (Engineering and Tech: Electrical Eng)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

Yurtseven, H. Oner (Ex Officio: Dean of Engineering and Technology) (Eng and Tech: Electrical Engineering)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

ZZ-Vacant (Elected: Continuing Studies 6/02)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

ZZ-Vacant (Elected: Library and Information Science 6/02)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

ZZ-Vacant (Elected: Medicine 6/01) (Gale McCarty resigned summer 2000)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

ZZ-Vacant (Metropolitan Affairs Chair)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

ZZ-Vacant (Staff Relations Chair)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

 


[Attachment for FC000907 Minutes]

 

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Faculty Council (FC) Meeting

Dental School Building, Room S115 (DS 115): Thursday, 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

 

A G E N D A (FC: September 7, 2000)

 

I.                     Call to Order & Welcome to New Members: Mary Fisher (IUPUI Faculty Vice-President)!

 

II.                   Adoption of the Order of Business for the Day.

 

III.                 Memorial Resolutions (see attachments1-2) for Professor Emeritus Patrick John Valentine Corcoran (Medicine) and Professor Raleigh E. Lingeman (Medicine).

 

IV.                 Approval of Minutes for May 4, 2000 (see attachment3 and also on web at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc000504html.htm ) (corrected P&T document attached to FC000504 minutes).

 

V.                   Chancellor's Report: Gerald Bepko (IUPUI Chancellor & IU Vice-President).

 

VI.                 President's Report: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President & UFC Co-Secretary).

 

VII.               Announcement of Slate for Election Next Meeting (FC001005) of At-large Representative to the Promotion and Tenure Committee (see attachment4) – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair).

 

VIII.             Presentation on the Parking Problem and the Proposed Solution (handouts distributed at meeting) – Carol Pferrer (Parking Services Director) (cpferrer@iupui.edu ) (274-4637).

 

IX.                 Question / Answer Period.

 

X.                   Unfinished Business?

 

XI.                 New Business?

 

XII.               Adjournment. [Don’t Forget to Sign the Attendance Sheet!]

 

 

Immediately following the Faculty Council Meeting the annual reception for Faculty members will be held. Location of this reception will be announced at the meeting.

 

 

*Attachments (not included as part of FC000907 minutes):

1 Memorial Resolution for Professor Emeritus Patrick John Valentine Corcoran;

2 Memorial Resolution for Professor Raleigh E. Lingeman;

3 Unapproved Faculty Council Minutes for May 4, 2000 (synoptic) – including corrected P&T document attached;

4 Slate for Election Next Meeting (FC001005) of At-large Representative to the Promotion and Tenure Committee;

5 FC0001 Composition (also on web at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/members/members0001comp.htm );

6 Contact Data for FC0001, FGL0001, and FCChairs0001 (report changes to fcouncil@iupui.edu );

7 Most Recent List of FC Committee Appointments (also on web at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/committees/fccommittees0001.htm );

8 Constitution and Bylaws of the FC (with amendments from 1999/00) (also on web at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/constitution.html ;

9 [Personal] Attendance Sheet (report changes to fcouncil@iupui.edu );

10 List of Dates for FC0001 Meetings (also on web at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/meetings/meetings.html .

 

Next Faculty Council Meeting: October 5, 2000!

 

[Agenda Prepared by Faculty Council Coordinator, David Frisby,

UN 403, 317-274-2215 (fax 4-2970), fcouncil@iupui.edu : http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil ]