FC001005 MINUTES:

APPROVED FC001102.

 

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Faculty Council Minutes: October 5, 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: Mary Fisher (IUPUI Faculty Vice-President)! Fisher called the meeting to order at 3:33 pm.

 

Agenda Item II: Adoption of the Order of Business for the Day. The agenda was adopted as the order of business for the day with no changes.

 

Agenda Item III: Memorial Resolution for Joseph Thomas Taylor (Dean Emeritus of Liberal Arts and Professor Emeritus of Sociology) (distributed at meeting). Everyone stood for a moment of silence.

 

Agenda Item IV: Update on Minutes for September 7, 2000 (completed but not edited) (posted when ready at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc000907html.htm ). The minutes will be posted when edited and approved at FC001102.

 

Agenda Item V: Chancellor's Report: Gerald Bepko (IUPUI Chancellor & IU Vice-President). Bepko initially spoke of Joe Taylor, recently deceased dean emeritus of the School of Liberal Arts: a great human being, a great contributor to the university and the community, a leader of the first magnitude, and a person we all need to learn the life story of, including those members of the IUPUI family yet to come. A memorial named in his honor is being considered given the very personal relation many had with him, perhaps a building or a square.

 

Bepko addressed a recent controversy involving IU, the United Way, and the Boy Scouts. IU has a clear policy on non-discrimination including on the basis of sexual orientation. He briefed a recent case. A New Jersey law prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in places of public accommodation. New Jersey claimed the Boy Scouts were subject to this law since they were defined as a place open to the public. After some time as an assistant Scout Master a New Jersey man learned or discovered he was gay and assumed a leadership role in a gay organization. The Boy Scouts terminated him. The New Jersey courts did not support the Boy Scouts, but with a vote of five to four the Supreme Court reversed the case on the basis of a first amendment right for freedom of expressive association. They explained that if an organization for a long time has expressed the values that define them (e.g., “brave, clean, reverent, and straight”), then they can decide to perpetuate those values even if they conflict with other societal values (in this case the New Jersey law). The one right outweighs the other so the Supreme Court protected what the Boy Scouts were doing. Much controversy has come in the wake of that decision. Many other private organizations including religious ones have been operating under the “don’t ask don’t tell” policy long before the military. The United Way of Monroe County, citing its own policy of non-discrimination (including sexual orientation), decided it should no longer fund the Boy Scouts. The Indianapolis Star and other media got involved and questioned what the United Way of Central Indiana would do. It replied it will honor its financial commitments to the Boy Scouts that have already been made. The Star praised it for not withdrawing its funding right away. But the United Way of Central Indiana has work yet to do with regard to also honoring the policy of non-discrimination found in its charter, and find a way to also accommodate the values of society and the Supreme Court ruling in favor of the freedom of expressive association. We at IU all need to be cautious regarding which conduct is defensible. United Way benefits the community and if IUPUI withdrew its support that would not benefit the community. The United Way also funds many faith-based organizations which discriminate in other ways, on the basis of gender for example (which the Boy Scouts also does). The likely result is that the United Way will not pull any funds right away, but will reflect on the matter and analyze the issue and decide on an appropriate course that reconciles their belief in non-discrimination with the complexities outlined by the Supreme Court. With regard to conscience faculty or staff should feel no obligation to support the United Way. However, they might consider such alternatives to withdrawing total support as stipulating the condition of not supporting “youth development,” the United Way category in which the Boy Scouts is listed, or simply say no contributions should go to the Boy Scouts. IU’s aim is to take no precipitous action that might injure the community. Bepko then closed by welcoming any comments from the FC members on any of this (gbepko@iupui.edu).

 

Bepko then addressed another recent controversy – parking. The concerns voiced since the September FC meeting have been listened to. Morale among faculty members is important and we need to maintain the dignity of the academy, so keeping some sort of faculty / staff / student parking designations is being considered. The other side of this controversy argues that if the students are willing to pay they should be permitted to purchase the type of parking they want. The question of resources is pertinent here also though, and it is thought that the absence of faculty / staff / student parking permits will bring in more money. The facts are that the costs are going up due to the need to finance garages, although it is possible that general funds could help pay, but that would be in violation of university policy because the Trustees have long insisted that parking remain an auxiliary fee. Salary increases that match parking fee increases each year could possibly be given. Overall, it is necessary to recognize that we need parking, that we must pay for it, that no donors will be coming forward to pay for it, and that the state will not pay for it. Some faculty at the School of Education have made the point that they need to travel to other classrooms outside IUPUI and that it will disrupt their work if they have to park far away with regard to loading and unloading.

 

With the help of Grove, R. Martin distributed a handout on the parking timelines through August of 2001. He agreed that it might become necessary to shuttle people from and to the campus in some manner. In October of 2000 off-campus parking will be finalized and promoted providing about 300 spaces. In November of 2000 some gravel lots around the new law school will return to us from construction and provide 54 spaces. In December of 2000 construction on a new garage on Blackford will begin so we will there lose 350 parking spaces. In January of 2001 the law school garage will be completed and provide 137 spaces, while another 180 spaces will be available as the contractors leave. Estimated student enrollment decreases will also provide another 350 spaces. In February construction of the Technology Complex will begin and we will lose another 382 spaces. In June of 2001 another 1700 spaces will be available due to the regular summer student enrollment decrease. Also in June of 2001 the parking proposal will be finalized. In July of 2001 construction will begin on campus housing and we will lose another 547 spaces. In August of 2001 the garage on Blackford will be completed providing 1,111 spaces. Inbetween October of 2000 and August of 2001 the number of parking spaces will fluctuate between a high of 16, 413 and a low of 15, 271. The two main concerns for now remain whether to keep the A / B / E system and how much the permits will cost. In the future more garages will be necessary, including one or two levels of underground parking in the superblock providing 1400 spaces. Martin promised another snapshot for 2001-2002 year next fall semester.

 

At Bepko’s prompting, Martin also mentioned the possibility of temporarily using the lot south of SET 3 for about 300 spaces, as well as another 500 spaces if LaRue Carter is demolished next year, and more if the State Board of Health is too.

 

Chernoff (alternate for Rhodes) contended the faculty and staff at the School of Science support the use of that dirt lot by SET 3 (or LD), and warned of a negative impact on student enrollment. Their Dean sent a letter advocating this to Pferrer (Parking Director). Bepko commented that practical needs must be balanced with aesthetics.

 

Responding to a question on carpooling or using public transportation Martin said the attempts to carpool in the past have proven unsuccessful and that bus lines cost about $37 a month compared to our $10 a month.

 

Responding to Hoyt, Martin outlined the parking plan procedure as making the rounds at the units, gathering the relevant information, assembling it all during the spring semester, and deciding on a plan around June, one that does not impact negatively on the master plan.

 

Responding to Yokomoto, Martin said it was not known how many students would switch to A or B permits and how many faculty and staff to E.

 

Abdul (alternate for Mutton, Student Assembly President) claimed the students overwhelmingly support the classless system and will buy A or B permits and they have informed Pferrer of such. Based on his experience at the September FC meeting and with the students it seems the faculty are against the parking proposal and the students are for it. He noted that in her presentation to the faculty Pferrer did not refer to the practice of the business community with regard to where staff and customers park, as she did for the students. [Laughter] Addressing Bepko directly, Abdul said that if the faculty and staff salaries are increased to match parking fee increases, will students also receive something comparable?

 

Fisher closed the parking discussion and encouraged further comments be emailed to Martin (rmartin@iupui.edu). Grove noted that the full parking proposal is online at www.parking.iupui.edu .

 

Bepko completed his report with a couple of happy notes. The report on the first two months of research income for this year shows $47.5 million raised so far, more than the entire $46 million raised for 1986/87. Also, IU Trustee Dean Hertzler, a science student at IUPUI appointed by the governor to the Board last summer, at the advice of some of his professors applied through IU for a British Marshall Award, a fellowship for post-grad work, but was not selected. He also applied through PU though and it did select him for the scholarship. This really brings to mind IUPUI’s marketing slogan: why not both?

 

Agenda Item VI: President's Report: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President & UFC Co-Secretary). Galanti reported that the Executive Committee members met with the Chairs of the FC Standing Committees to present their charges for the 2000/01 academic year. On October 12 they will meet with Michael McRobbie (IU Vice-President for Information Technology) to discuss UITS and the faculty, and with Erwin Boschmann (IU Associate Vice-President for Distributed Education) to discuss distributed education and the faculty.

 

The FC committees are now working away at their assigned tasks, especially the Academic Affairs Committee (chaired by Ken Rennels) and the corresponding UFC Educational Policies Committee (co-chaired by Ken Rennels) to implement the “Transfer of Courses/Credits” policy. Porter will have some comments on this later too. Rennels, Porter, and Galanti met with IU President Brand yesterday to discuss intercampus transfers and Brand emphasized that the parents claim this is the major problem to fix this year. It’s a front burner issue we need to solve before summer of 2001. Also, the Faculty Affairs Committee (chaired by Karen Gable) along with the UFC Faculty Affairs Committee (co-chaired by Karen Gable) will be tackling the NTTA (non-tenure-track appointments) issue, but more on that later today.

 

The UFC will meet in IUB on Tuesday (October 10) and Brand will present the “State of the University” address. It was postponed due to some type of disruption in September. [Laughter] At the September meeting the UFC did approve the minor changes the Trustees wanted in the already approved Conflict of Interests policy. It is now time to implement the policy.

 

The “IU Statement of Principles on the Conduct of Participants in Student Athletic Programs” drafted by the IU Athletics Code of Conduct Commission was approved by the Trustees at their September meeting. Although for the most part actually drafted by commission members Julie Knost (IU Affirmative Action Office) and Fred Cate (IUB Law School), questions may be directed to member Porter or to Galanti. Some unresolved issues and ambiguities remain. For example, the principles of civility and the code of student conduct apply to a pick-up basketball game, but what about these principles?

 

Administrative reviews of Giles Hoyt and Robert Martin were distributed. Galanti explained that the procedure calls for committees to prepare the report, for the administration to do a summary, and for the faculty president and vice-president to ensure the summary represents the report appropriately, before distributing the summary to FC members.

 

Apart from that spectacular thought which got consigned to oblivion last night when it thundered tremendously, Galanti had no further report. [Laughter]

 

Agenda Item VII: Election of At-large Representative to the Promotion and Tenure Committee – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair) (ballots distributed at meeting) [ACTION ITEM]. Standing in for Goodwin, Vermette distributed the ballots with the help of Baldwin and Wilkins. 57 ballots were cast and Huff was elected. A motion to destroy the ballots and keep the tally sheet in the Faculty Council Office was made by Schmetzer and seconded by Orme. Motion carried.

 

Agenda Item VIII: Update on the Effort for an IU Policy for Non-Tenure-Track Appointments – Karen Gable (Faculty Affairs Chair) [INFORMATION ITEM]. For those new to the FC, Gable brought them up to date on the development of a policy for Non-Tenure-Track Appointments, which has been a matter of concern for too many years, and which her committee aims to finish this year. At the UFC level, a draft has been produced, and is attached to the agenda. The draft revises or modifies what is found in the IU Academic Handbook. Note that there are three main categories of appointments: Tenure-Track, for which no changes are proposed; Non-Tenure-Track, which the bulk of this draft document addresses, and Honorary, for which no changes are proposed. The second category is divided into three types: Lecturer, which may at the discretion of the campus or school be further subdivided into senior lecturer and lecturer; Clinical, which remains as it has been; and Acting, Visiting, and Adjunct Appointments. These are explained in detail and FC members were encouraged to read about them carefully and provide feedback to her (kgable@iupui.edu). The UFC will begin its discussion of this matter on October 10. Major comments are included in part IV, including for example, the important point that “Part-Time” is a description and not a status. Gable closed by encouraging everyone to carefully study and provide feedback on the paragraph on page 2.4 which reads: “Participation in unit faculty governance by those in on-tenure-track academic appointment classifications is subject to regulation by faculty governance of a campus or of a school on a campus organized by schools (except for classifications in which voting rights in governance is not permitted).”

 

Porter asked if the committee has discussed the idea of a teaching rank which would parallel the clinical rank but focus on only teaching and service with no research but still with long term contracts. Gable replied the committee thought the rank of Lecturer fulfilled that role. She referred to other more detailed documents that explain the role of teaching for lecturers. She noted that another group proposed a three-level system but the UFC was not receptive.

 

Besch commented that Medicine has a large number of Scientists (IR95, IR96, IR97) who do research and service but no teaching, and who also have very nebulous rights. Schmenner commented that Business uses the status of Clinical (possibly incorrectly), for what Porter described, that is, only teaching and service but no research.

 

Agenda Item IX: Update on the Status of the Implementation of the IU “Transfer of Credits / Courses” Policy – Ken Rennels (Academic Affairs Chair) [INFORMATION ITEM]. Rennels gave a quick update. The policy was adopted by the UFC in April of 2000 and included a timetable to have all 100 and 200 courses transferable within a year. At IUB, all bulletins from all campuses were collected over the summer and the titles and numbers of courses were compared. A document due out this month is being prepared that shows equivalencies. The UFC committee will meet next Tuesday (October 10) to discuss how to begin implementation of the policy. The equivalency document will be distributed to deans throughout the IU system who will be asked to make comments. A policy for adjudicating conflicts by examining course descriptions is being worked on. The Trustees are pushing for the policy to be put into place and in effect by the fall of 2001.

 

As a member of the Transfers and Articulation Committee of ICHE (Indiana Commission for Higher Education), charged to develop a report for the commission, Porter commented that two primary things are going on with the transfers: intercampus transfers between campuses, and also transfers among the various state institutions of higher education, both with an eye to adjusting to the Community College System. Replying to Schmenner’s question, Plater commented that the ICHE will likely be addressing graduate courses also eventually, since it wants to know why the MBA degree (Masters in Business Administration) does not transfer from campus to campus. Schmenner replied that if that happens the Kelley School of Business will come out with guns firing. Porter closed the discussion promising that we are going to demonstrate how all these state institutions can work together.

 

Agenda Item X: Recommended “IU Statement of Principles on the Conduct of Participants in Student Athletic Programs” – Rebecca Porter (Member of IU Athletics Code of Conduct Commission) [INFORMATION ITEM]. Porter admonished all faculty members to become familiar with the principles.

 

Agenda Item XI: Question / Answer Period. There were no questions.

 

Agenda Item XII: Unfinished Business? There was no unfinished business.

 

Agenda Item XIII: New Business? Fisher announced that Erwin Boschmann (IU Associate Vice-President for Distributed Education) would be presenting the “Strategic Plan for Distributed Education” at the November 2 FC meeting. Copies of the plan were campusmailed to all FC members. Those who did not receive a copy were told to get one from the FC coordinator.

 

Abdul (alternate for Mutton, Student Assembly President), speaking for the IUB and IUPUI Student Governments, advocated a proposal for the Indiana General Assembly to consider that would exempt textbooks from sales tax for both undergraduate and graduate students. They were aiming to collect 30,000 signatures. The FC members were asked to email their input on the matter to him (avabdul@iupui.edu ). He noted that four other states do not tax them. In response to questions, he speculated that off campus bookstores would not be effected, and did not speculate how much would be saved.

 

Agenda Item XIV: Adjournment. Fisher adjourned the meeting at 5:46 pm.

 

Attachments:

Attendance Record for October 5, 2000 Faculty Council Meeting;

Agenda for October 5, 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 FC001005 Minutes]

 

Attendance Record for FC001005.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/P; O/A; 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/L; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Ken Rennels, Engineering and Technology)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/A; O/L; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Donald R. Tharp, Dentistry)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/P; O/L; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Martin Bard, Science)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rees, Fred (Elected: Music 6/02)

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

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

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

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

[S/N; O/L; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Ellen Chernoff, Science)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/P; O/P; 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/L; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ] (alternate Jonathan Eller, Liberal Arts)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

ZZ-Vacant (Metropolitan Affairs Chair)

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

ZZ-Vacant (Staff Relations Chair)

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

 


[Attachment for FC001005 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: October 5, 2000)

 

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

 

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

 

III.                 Memorial Resolution for Joseph Thomas Taylor (Dean Emeritus of Liberal Arts and Professor Emeritus of Sociology) (distributed at meeting).

 

IV.                 Update on Minutes for September 7, 2000 (completed but not edited) (posted when ready at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc000907html.htm ).

 

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

 

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

 

VII.               Election of At-large Representative to the Promotion and Tenure Committee (see attachment1 for slate) – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair) (ballots distributed at meeting) [ACTION ITEM].

 

VIII.             Update on the Effort for an IU Policy for Non-Tenure-Track Appointments (see attachment2) – Karen Gable (Faculty Affairs Chair) [INFORMATION ITEM].

 

IX.                 Update on the Status of the Implementation of the IU “Transfer of Credits / Courses” Policy – Ken Rennels (Academic Affairs Chair) [INFORMATION ITEM].

 

X.                   Recommended “IU Statement of Principles on the Conduct of Participants in Student Athletic Programs” (see attachment3) – Rebecca Porter (Member of IU Athletics Code of Conduct Commission) [INFORMATION ITEM].

 

XI.                 Question / Answer Period.

 

XII.               Unfinished Business?

 

XIII.             New Business?

 

XIV.             Adjournment [Last call to sign attendance sheet.]

 

*Attachments (not included as part of FC001005 minutes):

1 Slate for Election of At-large Representative to the Promotion and Tenure Committee;

2 Draft of NTTA Policy;

3 Recommended IU “Athletic Code of Conduct” (taken from http://www.iuinfo.indiana.edu/ocm/releases/athleticcode.htm ).

 

Next Faculty Council Meeting: November 2, 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 ]