FC001102 MINUTES:

APPROVED FC010111.

 

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Faculty Council Minutes: November 2, 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: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President – Alternate for Mary Fisher)! Galanti, standing in for Fisher who was out of town, called the meeting to order at 3:34 p.m.

 

Agenda Item II: Adoption of the Order of Business for the Day. Apart from adding a memorial resolution as II.B, the agenda was adopted as the order of business for the day.

 

Agenda Item II B. Memorial Resolution for Emily Holmquist (Professor/Dean Emeritus IU School of Nursing). Galanti noted that Emily lived down the block from him when he first moved to Indianapolis, and then called for a moment of silence.

 

Agenda Item III: Approval of Minutes for September 7, 2000 & October 5, 2000 (online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc000907html.htm & http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc001005html.htm ). Hearing no changes, Galanti called for the approval of the September and October minutes. They were approved.

 

Agenda Item IV: Chancellor's Report: Gerald Bepko (IUPUI Chancellor & IU Vice-President). Bepko called on Plater for the annual report on the faculty. A handout was distributed based on the October 1 census or snapshot. Detailed reports will be sent to each dean. Since the reports had only that day become available, Plater requested that any questions be held for the December meeting. Bepko drew attention to the total number of appointments: 1,861.

 

Noting that no irrevocable commitments had yet been made, Bepko highlighted the question of how to provide parking for faculty, staff, and students most efficiently and economically, given that the policy of the IU Trustees is for parking to be funded on its own as an auxiliary enterprise, with no help from tuition or the general fund. Recalling that the suggestion was raised at the October FC meeting of using general funds, he indicated no plan to do so but noted that if it were the case then the 1% of annual new monies regularly used for new programs (the annual reallocation fund) would be the place. Noting also that no irrevocable commitments had yet been made regarding the tunnels, he then pointed out that there are problems with safety, with how the tunnels have been used, and with accommodating the various interests (such as those needing to move patients or experimental animals). He then called upon Vice-Chancellor Bob Martin to report more fully on the parking issue as well as on the tunnels.

 

Martin reported that those working on the new parking proposal are still at it, receiving input and making presentations. Updating the timeline given at the October meeting, he outlined an upcoming event. Construction of the new parking garage at Blackford and Michigan with 1200 spots will begin in December and be completed in August. About 350 spots will be lost during the construction, but 350 will be gained by the normal summer/spring decline in enrollments. Off campus parking at Bush Stadium will begin the first of the year with express shuttles every 5-7 minutes from 7 am to 7 pm, making two stops at the east end of the campus and two at the west. Alternate proposals will also be settled on by the first of the year, such as keeping the class designations of “A,” “B,” and “E.” Special events such as the Corporate Challenge continue to create traffic issues. An ad hoc group chaired by himself will be looking at these practices. Many marathons and fundraisers now begin and/or end at Military Park. Safety issues connected to the tunnels are now beginning to be corrected, including the tunnel that runs across Michigan Street from the Dental School. Fire containment is a problem, especially where the tunnels leave a building where they act like chimneys. Many firewalls and fire alarms are needed. The tunnels were never intended for pedestrians but for utility maintenance. Today’s problem began when chilled water and then steam (from IPALCO or Citizen’s Gas) were outsourced, but especially now after tunnel maintenance was outsourced through an agreement with IPALCO. That agreement necessitates limited access because of liability matters. Discussion continues with regard to moving animals for medical research and patients for Clarian. Another safety problem is the asbestos that covers the steam pipes. Before taking questions, Martin ended promising to speak at a later meeting on the new automated emergency notification system.

 

Martin addressed concerns raised by Hamant regarding the lift used by wheelchairs at Ball Residence. Those using wheelchairs will need to utilize the shuttles instead of the tunnels when it snows, and all faculty who need it should have access to the key for the lift. He also addressed concerns raised by Mutton on behalf of the student body saying that off campus parking will be by volunteers moved by the incentive of no parking fees, that the number of shuttles will be adjusted according to need, and that he would look into the situation of students needing to retrieve their vehicles after 7 pm due to late classes.

 

Bepko reported on two joyous events regarding the Campaign for IUPUI. The Herron Campaign (for funds to renovate the old building that once housed the law school) kicked off last night (Nov 1) at the Arts Garden where it was announced that $6.7 of the needed $10 million has already been raised. Also, at 1:30 today (Nov 2) there was the groundbreaking for the School of Medicine Research Institute (the mirror image of the Cancer Research Institute) which will be built with no state funding but with some very significant gifts and with several community partners and various academic programs. Most striking however is that within this facility there will be housed the Carol and Paul Stark Neurological Sciences Research Institute funded by a bequest of more than $20 million. The costs for building the Medical Research Institute will be significantly less than for the Cancer Research Institute because the same plans are being used only turned over. The goal for the Campaign for IUPUI is $500 million and we are still one year away from the official announcement opening the campaign, but as of the end of September over $330 million has already been raised.

 

Responding to a question from Galanti, Martin reported that there remain two final candidates in the search for a private developer to build the student housing at the west end of the campus, and one will be recommended to the Trustees at their December 8 meeting. The Trustees will need to do an on site visit before addressing the recommendation. Bepko added that the plan still calls for the housing to be opened for the fall 2002 semester.

 

Agenda Item V: President's Report: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President & UFC Co-Secretary). The Trustees met at IUB last Thursday and Friday (October 26-27) and a number of new degree proposals were approved, subject to funding by the general assembly and approval by the ICHE (Indiana Commission for Higher Education). We anticipate that the general assembly and ICHE will keep their word with regard to consideration for IUPUI given the Community College Initiative.

 

The UFC (University Faculty Council) will be meeting at IUB on November 14 and Michael McRobbie (IU Vice-President for Information Technology) will give a presentation on advances in UITS support for faculty. Also, Dan Reagan (ICHE Faculty Representative from Ball State) will give a presentation on the goals and initiatives of ICHE, the co-chairs of the Faculty Affairs Committee (Gable and Miller) will propose a modification to the IU Academic Handbook regarding Promotion and Tenure Procedures, and the co-chairs of the Educational Policies committee (Eno and Rennels) will present some changes in the policy on the inter-campus transfer of credits. Generally, the UFC is running a bit behind this year due to the Bobby Knight termination moving President Brand’s “State of the University” address from the September to the October meeting. At his address he announced a $4 million arts and humanities initiative ($1 a year for four years) to begin with the 2001 spring semester. A task force is now working on a plan to distribute those funds. Galanti promised to keep the FC apprised of further developments.

 

On October 12 McRobbie met with the Executive Committee and selected members of the Technology Committee. Several questions had been submitted to him in advance but not all of them were answered due to the available time frame. The Jagnews announced Tuesday (Oct 31) that UITS contracted with the Advanced Micro-Electronics Company to provide support UITS had previously supplied, and the Executive Committee has this on a future agenda for discussion.

 

Agenda Item VI: Presentation of the IU UITS “Strategic Plan for Distributed Education” -- (hardcopy distributed earlier, but information also online at http://www.indiana.edu/~iude/de_plan/index.html) – Erwin Boschmann (IU Associate Vice-President for Distributed Education) [INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEM]. Boschmann introduced Jeremy Dunning (Dean of Continuing Studies) and Carol Kegeris (Administrative Assistant for his Indianapolis office) who were joining him. Expressing a feeling of homecoming, he noted that he had observed FC meetings for at least a decade but never held an elected office. Pointing out that everyone should have already received a copy of the “Strategic Plan for Distributed Education” he distributed a handout of the slides he would be using with his Power Point presentation. Boschmann began his presentation with a statement of philosophy from Lilly Tomlin: “I always wanted to be somebody but I should have been more specific.” He pointed out that he attended the same Executive Committee as McRobbie, which Galanti noted, and according to him there emerged there the following issues regarding the faculty: the need for technological support, e.g., for Oncourse, how information technology is funded, intellectual property issues, and the role of continuing studies. The strategic “plan” for distributed education as it stands today was formulated around the question of what IU wants to do to make its courses and intellectual property available to others, and has since then over the last year evolved considerably. The overarching goal is to move distributed education (DE) into the mainstream of teaching and learning at IU. The plan calls for two initiatives (to integrate DE into the mainstream of teaching and learning and to build a robust structure to support DE), which include seven recommendations which themselves include 35 action items. The slides at the top of page 6 show the pivotal position of faculty in that the initiatives are faculty driven and in that pedagogical experts will be provided the tools and support structure they need to help design the process. One key finding is the need to fund a program for release time for faculty to develop and implement online courses. The plan is for this to count towards promotion and tenure as a means of providing faculty incentive. Another key finding is that the intellectual property document approved by the FC in 1997 is not specific enough and will need to be revisited.

 

Dunning then provided a context for his demonstration using further slides. The mistake DE made in the past was to reproduce faculty content without also the necessary context. Excellent teachers use mediation and presentations to convey their content. As an example of the type of interactive education that is possible with DE, an Environmental Health Sciences course was demonstrated that uses virtual reality panoramas where students can test real data on the web, i.e., “be” the environmental scientist, so to speak.

 

As a prisoner of his discipline, Schmenner asked about the funding for the plan. Boschmann replied that the funding so far has come from President Brand’s one-time only funding for DE initiatives, which are being used well to prime the pump. A problem of course will occur if the pump does not come back with funds to continue the plan. Galanti ended the discussion and thanked Boschmann and Dunning.

 

Agenda Item VII: Recommendation for Modification of “Grade Replacement Policy” (approved at FC961205) – Ken Rennels (Academic Affairs Committee Chair) [INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEM WITH VOTE AT FC001207]. Rennels first clarified that Academic Affairs is not actually recommending any modification, but rather the affirmation of its implementation (including the modification by the Academic Policies and Procedures Committee (APPC) which approved the policy “with the stipulation that academic units will interpret as appropriate for their unit or not implement if it is not applicable and in concern with their requirements). Because of software problems with Peoplesoft (the two digit limitation), the policy has not yet been implemented. The Academic Affairs Committee recommends that the policy be put into action as soon as possible, because the IUPUI website does say that the replacement policy is handled without software. Porter added that the FC needs to affirm the implementation of this policy again at the December meeting. Grove commented that most schools with the exception of Science (because of the Purdue connection) are already using the policy. Plater commented that the policy was approved four years ago but because of Y2K problems and now a labor intensive problem with the new Student Information System (SIS) from Peoplesoft, the decision was made to defer making any software changes until the system is up and running. If schools choose to implement the policy they will need to keep the records manually. IUB chose to not implement it at all. Eventually, it is hoped that Peoplesoft will integrate the policy into its software. Speaking for the students, Porter expressed concern for the ability of the schools to honor the policy, and emphasized that from their perspective the policy should not be optional. Galanti called for a return to the non-monitories of the policy after the proper software is in place, with an eye to implementing the policy as mandatory at all IU campuses. Rennels explained that because of the individual accreditation procedures for the various schools the Academic Affairs Committee thought it not appropriate to make the policy mandatory and uniform. Galanti pointed to potential problems with the students if this information is not made clear for them. Plater commented that a spreadsheet compiled by Grove outlining what each campus and unit is doing will be included in the campus one bulletin.

 

Rennels then explained that he also been asked to update the implementation of the Transfer of Credits policy. He distributed a draft handout from the UFC Educational Policy Committee: “Principles and Procedures for Undergraduate Inter-Campus Transfers (ICTs).” He noted that the committee will hopefully finish its changes and get the UFC’s approval at the November 14 meeting. The goal is for all 100 and 200 level courses to be transferable by the fall 2001 semester (#2). The committee also hopes to have completed the Master Course Inventory (#4), clarified the limitations due to external accreditation (#5), and to have identified instances where divergence exists due to student performance (#6). The committee is soliciting input (krennels@iupui.edu) while it considers these. Completing the Master Course Inventory is a great concern and a major issue – almost a separate task. Porter commented that the inventory is indeed needed but questioned who will be identified as the keeper of each course and wondered whether any one campus will have the power to authorize or prohibit an offering of the course. Rennels replied there will be a course owner at the campus of its origination but some procedures will be necessary for the course to be offered at any campus, such as not changing the course’s title. It is anticipated that the 100 and 200 level courses will not present a problem but that the 300 and 400 level courses may need to include some campus specific requirements. The intent is to declare an equivalency of the 100 and 200 level courses across all campuses, an equivalency that will be adjudicated by a committee appointed by the UFC. Galanti closed the discussion calling for further observations be emailed to Rennels.

 

Agenda Item VIII: Proposal to Modify IU Academic Handbook Procedures for Promotion and Tenure – Karen Gable (UFC Faculty Affairs Committee Co-Chair) [INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEM]. Gable presented a brief history of the proposal. For the last two years faculty have expressed a concern at the UFC regarding promotion and tenure at the multi-campus schools. The UFC plans to address that concern this year. Procedures will be modified for a small number of faculty that belong to multi-campus schools. She read the proposed changes regarding faculty promotions: “Recommendations, whether submitted by individual faculty members or coming from chairpersons or directors, shall be considered at the departmental level (if departments exist) and then at the school or division level, following procedures adopted by the faculty of the unit. Following this, the recommendation for each person shall be submitted through the academic administration of the campus where their tenure-track appointment is held, following procedures approved by the faculty of each campus. For specific information on the promotion process, see campus-specific documents.”

 

Gable then explained that what now exists is that recommendations don’t stay at the campus but go to wherever the administration is housed. The new modifications attempt to keep promotion and tenure campus specific. She read again regarding faculty promotions: “Campus chancellors, with the advice of faculty committees, are responsible for submitting promotion recommendations for faculty with tenure-track appointments on their campus to the President. It shall be the responsibility of the President to submit to the Board of Trustees in time for consideration at their April meeting the names of those recommended for promotion. The President shall state in writing to the appropriate Chancellor the reasons for any changes made in the Chancellor’s recommendations.”

 

Then, regarding tenure for faculty or librarians, she read: “Recommendations shall be considered at the department level (if departments exist) and then at the school or division level, following procedures adopted by the faculty of the unit. Following this, the recommendation for each person shall be submitted through the academic administration of the campus where their tenure-track appointment is held, following procedures approved by the faculty of each campus. For specific information on the routing of such recommendations, see campus-specific documents. Campus chancellors, with the advice of faculty committees, are responsible for submitting tenure recommendations for faculty with tenure track appointments on their campus to the President. It shall be the responsibility of the President to submit to the Board of Trustees the names of those recommended for advancement to the tenured status.”

 

The UFC Faculty Affairs Committee has requested input from the involved schools but to no avail. She requested FC members take this back, discuss it, and provide her some insight (kgable@iupui.edu). Fore commented the language be studied also with regard to librarians. Sothmann suggested the phrase “each campus” needs clarification with regard to what the faculty of a unit means (school or campus). Besch reported that Medicine has no campus specific tenure except for the IUB faculty – all others are school specific. Only the IUB Medical faculty make a claim for campus specific tenure. Ng pointed to the need to clarify what a unit is with regard to the school and campus. Schmenner questioned what the modifications will mean for the two-campus school of business. Gable replied the faculty will be tenured to one campus and the dean may even have to visit Indianapolis once in a while. [Laughter.] Schmenner followed up with a question regarding how the policy can be imposed given that the IUPUI faculty need to be approved by IUB and given that the faculty of Business want only one faculty. At Gable’s request Schmenner agreed to email his concerns to her. Speaking for the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Baumer pointed to a confusion with regard to faculty of system-wide schools staying on one campus. Plater noted that the modification changes the process here such that faculty of system-wide schools will go through the school at their campus, then the Dean of Faculties Office and the Chancellor’s Office, and then directly to the IU President. Plater continued that the practice for almost all faculty will be unchanged, but a recent Board of Review brought to a focus this issue of the final report going to the president from IUB or IUPUI. Bepko commented that the original idea was to have the two campuses interconnected with schools operating across campus boundaries, but in 1974 the Trustees divided the campuses up at the administrative level with the clusters of reporting lines running to the campus chancellors who are also vice-presidents. The concern was raised at IUB that their promotion and tenure files not come through IUPUI for review. The germ of this concern was raised at the IUB FC as an issue that questioned whether any of their promotion and tenure files should ever go to IUPUI because, as they expressed rhetorically, “what do they know?” [Laughter.] Porter suggested that before the members of the FC vote on this they need to learn what the implications are for our post-tenure review policy and our dismissal or grievance procedures. Gable agreed the committee would make that inquiry. Eckerman pointed to several problems this poses for librarians and the need for the committee to investigate there also and figure the impact. Gable agreed. Galanti thanked Gable. Gable urged FC members to contact her.

 

Agenda Item IX-XII: Question / Answer Period, Unfinished and New Business, and Adjournment. With no questions or old or new business, Galanti requested a motion to adjourn. Fineberg so moved with Abdul’s second. Galanti noted that the December meeting would be held at the IUPUI University Place Conference Center Auditorium from 3-4 pm followed by Chancellor Bepko’s “State of the Campus” address from 4-5 pm, with a reception from 5-6 pm, and then adjourned the meeting at 5:22 pm.

 

Attachments:

Attendance Record for November 2, 2000 Faculty Council Meeting;

Agenda for November 2, 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 FC001102 Minutes]

 

Attendance Record for FC001102.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bennett, James (Physical Education Faculty Gov Leader 6/02) (Phys Ed: Tourism, Conventions, and Event Management)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Boruff-Jones, Polly (University Library Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (University Library: Reference and Research)

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

Boschmann, Erwin (IU Associate Vice-President for Distributed Education) (UITS)

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

Bostwick, Willard David (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Eng and Tech: Organizational Leadership and Supervision) [via Ken Rennels (Eng & Tech)]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Felsten, Gary (IUPU Columbus Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Science: Psychology)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Fredland, Richard (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Liberal Arts: Political Science) [via Robert Kirk (Liberal Arts: Political Science)]

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

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

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

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

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

Gokhale, Sanjiv (Engineering and Technology Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Eng & Tech: Construction Technology)

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

Goldblatt, Lawrence (Ex Officio: Dean of Dentistry) (Dentistry: Oral Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology) [via Chris H. Miller (Dentistry)]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kegeris, Carol (Office of Distributed Education)

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

Kellum, P. Nicholas (Ex Officio: Dean of Physical Education) (Physical Education) [via Betty Jones (Physical Education)]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Lyon, Brenda (Nursing Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (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/P; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Olson, Byron (Dentistry Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Dentistry: Oral Biology)

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

Orme, Bill* (Elected: University College 6/02) (University Library: Instruction) (University College Faculty Gov Leader)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rees, Fred (Elected: Music 6/02)

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

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

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

Rhodes, Simon (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Science: Biology) [via Ellen Chernoff (Science)]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/A; O/A; N/P; 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 6/01) (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/P; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ ]

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

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

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

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

Tenenbaum-Aguet, Jan (Herron Art Faculty Governance Leader) (Herron Art)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; 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 FC001102 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: November 2, 2000)

 

I.                     Call to Order: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President)!

 

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

 

III.                 Approval of Minutes for September 7, 2000 & October 5, 2000 (see attachments 1-2; also online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc000907html.htm & http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc001005html.htm ).

 

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

 

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

 

VI.                 Presentation of the IU UITS “Strategic Plan for Distributed Education” -- (hardcopy distributed earlier, but information also online at http://www.indiana.edu/~iude/de_plan/index.html) – Erwin Boschmann (IU Associate Vice-President for Distributed Education) [INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEM].

 

VII.               Recommendation for Modification of “Grade Replacement Policy” (approved at FC961205, see attachment3) – Ken Rennels (Academic Affairs Committee Chair) [INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEM WITH VOTE AT FC001207].

 

VIII.             Proposal to Modify IU Academic Handbook Procedures for Promotion and Tenure (see attachment4) – Karen Gable (UFC Faculty Affairs Committee Co-Chair) [INFORMATION AND DISCUSSION ITEM].

 

IX.                 Question / Answer Period.

 

X.                   Unfinished Business?

 

XI.                 New Business?

 

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

 

*Attachments (not included as part of FC001102 minutes):

1 Not yet approved minutes for FC000907;

2 Not yet approved minutes for FC001005;

3 “Grade Replacement Policy” (from page 72 of the 1997-1999 IUPUI Supplement to the IU Academic Handbook;

4 Document Proposing Modifications to IU Promotion and Tenure Procedures (http://www.indiana.edu/~bfc/BFC/circulars/00-01/B20-2001.htm).

 

Next Faculty Council Meeting: December 7, 2000 (AT 3:00 -- NOT 3:30) --

With the Chancellor's "State of the Campus" Address About 4:00

At the Annual Meeting of the IUPUI Faculty Body!

 

[Agenda Prepared by Faculty Council Coordinator, David Frisby,

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