FC010111 MINUTES:

APPROVED FC010301.

 

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Faculty Council Minutes: January 11, 2001

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 3:36 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.

 

Agenda Item III: Approval of Minutes for November 2, 2000 (online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc001102html.htm) & update on Minutes for December 7, 2000 (completed but not edited, will be posted online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc001207html.htm when ready). Eckerman seconded Langsam’s motion to approve the FC001102 minutes. Motion carried.

 

Agenda Item IV: Chancellor's Report: Gerald Bepko (IUPUI Chancellor & IU Vice-President). The Star reported that Governor O’Bannon’s State Budget Agency published its recommendations for the 2001/03 budget. Compared to the recommendations of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education (ICHE), which included a 3-4% increase in the base plus special monies for Informatics and other items, the Agency’s budget is very disappointing. They propose to supercede the ICHE recommendations with a grim proposal that reduces tuition by 3% and provides no monies for Informatics or the other items. Thankfully, they did confirm the $25 million for the Research Fund, and also, as we know from experience, budget-makers usually intentionally lower expectations at first. Like Greenspan, who wanted to lower expectations out of fear that the economy was overheating, so the Agency also intended to lower our expectations. They succeeded. [Laughter.] Now we need to find a reasonable basis from which to work. We will argue that higher education is the key to the future of Indiana if we don’t want to be another Mississippi. We will argue that we support the recommendations of ICHE and question the lack of enthusiasm on the part of the Agency. They did fund Community College a bit more than anticipated due to some enrollment increases supposedly, but it actually reflects the priorities of the Agency which are not the same as ours.

 

With regard to parking, Bepko encouraged everyone to tune in to Radio IUPUI (1610 AM) to hear the latest parking conditions, and then called upon Vice-Chancellor Robert Martin for an update. Martin reported that construction of the new garage at Blackford and Michigan (1100 spots) began in December and is on a fast-track to be completed in August of 2001. The bidding was favorable in that we accepted $9 million after anticipating $12 million. 400 spots have been lost this semester due to construction but so far we’re doing okay. The parking proposal is being finalized and will be sent to the Chancellor this month. The ABE class system has been retained, but the 5-7 year construction schedule will continue. In response to Galanti, Martin explained that some of the visitor spots in the three garages were converted to permit spots due to underutilization.

 

Bepko reported that Vice-Chancellor Karen Whitney is flying as we speak with two Trustees to Oklahoma State University and to Dallas to look at the housing already constructed by one of the bidders for our proposed student housing at the west end of campus (to be completed by the fall of 2002).

 

Since the December meeting, the really great news of the Indiana Genomic Initiative, funded by the $105 million Lilly Endowment grant (the largest grant it has every bestowed) for the IU School of Medicine (the largest grant IU has ever received), has become public knowledge. It’s a wonderful event, a real turning-point and opportunity for all of IU, and there will also be some related humanities research funded at both IUB and IUPUI also.

 

Monday (Jan 15) is the holiday to honor Martin Luther King Jr. but as usual IUPUI will consider it a “day-on” for philanthropic work even though regular operations will close. Also, the tradition will continue for the annual “State of Diversity” message, hosted by the Black Student Union, with the location announced and distributed Monday. Regarding diversity, there is some good news – enrollments are up some – but other news is disappointing.

 

Noticing the presence of Phil Rutledge, an emeritus SPEA faculty member who has returned after about 10 years to be named as interim associate dean (Indianapolis Campus), Bepko welcomed him back. Rutledge noted that some of the same things are still being talked about. Pointing out that Rutledge worked for IU on minority enrollments a decade ago, Bepko noted that 10% of the enrollment today is African American but also admitted that retention (especially for minorities) is not any better at all. 69% more minorities are graduating today (494) than a decade ago (292) and the general trend has been constantly up. The number of Hispanic faculty has doubled from 17 in 1993 to 34 in 2000. Asian faculty now make up the largest minority (127) but African American faculty has remained about the same (47-50). We need to create more scholarships, come up with better retention programs, and play more of a part in the lives of the students. As to recruiting and retaining faculty, we need more support programs, especially efforts to increase the number of minority faculty. One urgent concern is the loss of leadership positions among the minority faculty. They’ve retired or resigned and we’ve no pipeline to replace them. Besides the appointment of Phil Rutledge, several other new appointments also show promise for our diversity: JaDora Sailes (University College) will lead our minority undergraduate recruitment effort, Robert W. Scott (Medicine: Student Activity Affairs) will be a key member of the team filling the void left by George Rawls’ retirement, Valerie Smith-Gamble (Medicine: Psychiatry) will be involved with the intercultural studies of Alzheimer’s disease underway between IU and Nigeria’s Ibadan University, and the School of Dentistry will complete the search this week for their Director of Student Diversity Support. The administration hopes for the enthusiastic support of the faculty in making the state of diversity at IUPUI better. We do have the Diversity Cabinet now and the Diversity Plan will soon be coming, but it’s time to redouble our efforts not only because of social justice but also because it’s important for our nation and our students need diversity to get a well-rounded education. Thank you.

 

Agenda Item V: President's Report: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President & UFC Co-Secretary). Galanti thanked Martin and all those responsible for the excellent job with removing the snow.

 

Galanti noted the upcoming elections at the February meeting for new members for the Board of Review Pool and the Faculty Grievance Advisory Panel, as well as the elections by all voting faculty in late February for FC at-large representatives and representatives of IUPUI on the UFC. Elections of FC unit representatives should also be underway. All of these are for the term 1 July 2001 through 30 June 2003.

 

An ICHE (Indiana Commission for Higher Education) document for “Transfer and Articulation” specifying course equivalencies between Vincennes and Ivy Tech for the Community College has been distributed to all IU campuses. It presents no problems for IUPUI but other campuses find a problem with some of the Vincennes 200 level courses which are transferring as 300. This will be on the agenda for the UFC February meeting.

 

At the end of the fall semester a December 17th memo from IU Vice-President George Walker requested research proposals in regard to President Brand’s arts and humanities initiative. Proposals can be individual or collaborative and the deadline is the 1st of March.

 

IUPUI has requested of the IU Board of Trustees that the TTA (Trustees Teaching Awards – previously TERA or Teaching Excellence Recognition Awards) be expanded to include non-tenure-track appointments instead of only tenured or tenure-track. Whether the request will be granted is problematic even though some of the best teaching is done by those holding non-tenure-track appointments. Galanti promised to let the FC know if IUPUI is successful with the Trustees.

 

The IU Board of Trustees meet at IUB next week and our plan for housing is on the agenda.

 

Agenda Item VI: Announcement of Upcoming Slate (emailed asap) for the Election of New Members to the Faculty Board of Review Pool and the Faculty Grievance Advisory Panel (previously the Mediation Committee) – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair) & Paul Galanti (Executive Committee Chair) [Election Held at February 1 FC Meeting with ballots distributed at meeting] [INFORMATION ITEM]. Goodwin announced that the Nominating Committee will email the slate as soon as possible in preparation for the election at the next meeting.

 

Agenda Item VII: "Executive Committee Annual Report on the Number of Unit and At-Large Representatives to Elect to FC for 2001/02 - 2002/03 – Paul Galanti (Executive Committee Chair) [INFORMATION ITEM]. Fisher explained that the data contained in the report flows from “N” which will not be voted upon again until the meeting next November.

 

Agenda Item VIII: Annual Report of the Affirmative Action Office -- Lillian Charleston (IUPUI Affirmative Action Officer) [INFORMATION ITEM]. Charleston noted she was delighted to share what happened at the Affirmative Action Office during the previous year with the FC. Last year she only reported on complaints the office received but promised more for this year so distributed a packet of materials to the FC members concerning her report. The first piece of the packet outlined the legal mandates governing her office (e.g., the Civil Rights Act of 1991), while the second listed its functions and responsibilities such as employment monitoring, advocacy, handling complaints and grievances, developing programs, and being the liaison with the government. The university is legally mandated to compile and maintain particular data, which is also used by search and screen committees with regard to ethnicity, gender, and disability. Her office needs to determine the availability of positions at units, assist in the setting of employment goals for each, and working with the deans of the units to implement an action plan to meet those goals. These plans are brought together as part of IUPUI’s Affirmative Action Plan (available through her office at AO 127 but not distributed at the meeting), the latest covering the period 1 November 1999 through 31 October 2000. Her office monitors the hiring of individuals to fill positions (including especially faculty and professional positions) and requests that deans consider the protected classes so as to meet their goals with an eye to IUPUI’s diversity. With regard to advocacy, her office is vigilant in its protection of protected classes based in gender, race or ethnicity, age, disability, etc., and meets with key administrators to sensitize them to important issues, to recommend policy changes, or to interpret the law. Complaints and Grievances charging discrimination or harassment are investigated and resolved through counsel or mediation with summary reports produced and maintained about the cases. Programs are developed that train or orient employees on matters involving equal opportunity or that reach out to the community with special events. Publications are produced and the Affirmative Action Council works with the various units. As the liaison with the government, her office ensures the university complies with the law.

 

The next Affirmative Action Plan will analyze the appointment data for 2000 with regard to gender and race. The section of the distributed packet on “Recruitment and Appointment Summary” (for 2000) lists that 8530 applicants applied for 486 vacant professional positions while another 1358 applicants applied for 321 vacant faculty positions. Keeping track of each of these keeps her office very active, especially with the quick turn-around time from her office that is needed.

 

The next item in the packet lists the complaint data according to inquiries (not including discrimination complaints), internal complaints (which are kept internal to her office), or external complaints (which involve the EEOC or the Justice Department). Summing up all three types, there were 81 new complaints in 2000 with 6% filed by faculty, 65% by staff, and 23% by students. At last year’s meeting she was asked to compile this data also by race. African-Americans filed 44% of the new 81 complains and Whites 43%, or again, females filed 68% and males 31%. Most of the complaints charging discrimination were filed on the basis of race, while most of the complaints charging harassment were filed on the basis of sex.

 

Returning to her outline, Charleston discussed our own assessment of our program to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). She noted that Miriam Langsam has been the driving force behind IU’s assessment which has completed the first of four phases.

 

Available at her office, but not distributed, Charleston spoke to IUPUI’s “Disability Accommodation Procedures” (May 1999) and discussed the process involved which requires conscientious handling to meet the mandate for “reasonable accommodation.”

 

Last, with regard to training, Charleston mentioned the manual her office produced for Search and Screen Procedures (available at her office but not distributed) used by Search and Screen Committees in conducting employment searches in accordance with legislative and policy requirements.

 

Asking for questions, Charleston replied to Rutledge that the more workshops her office offers the more complaints it receives, and clarified for J. Keck that a case can be filed on more than one basis. Asked by Porter to begin identifying trends over the years with next year’s report, based on the outcome, Charleston replied that in most cases discrimination cannot be corroborated and that the privacy of the complainants needs to be protected. Bepko promised that more texture will be provided for the data including resolutions but without improper disclosure.

 

Agenda Item IX: Recommendation from Constitution and Bylaws Committee – Ngoan Hoang (Chair) Regarding New Charge for the Library Affairs Committee [INFORMATION ITEM: To be voted on at February 1, 2000 FC Meeting]. Hoang explained that the Library Committee reviewed their charge and requested some changes. The Bylaws Committee reviewed the requests and also made some changes. He then read the current and proposed charges, pointing out certain specific changes and explaining why they are recommended. The Bylaws Committee then asked the FC to consider adopting their recommendation at the February meeting. Asking for questions, Hoang replied to McGeever with Wilkins’s help that the phrase “campus libraries” keeps the committee local but allows for issues beyond University Library only. He and Wilkins clarified for Langsam (and for the historical record) that the new charge does not totally exclude consideration of system-wide issues, but does contract responsibility generally from the IU system-wide libraries to only the IUPUI libraries, but also added that the use of “issues” instead of “decisions” provides room for the committee to anticipate necessary actions before the fact. Eckerman and Lewis clarified for Sutton that the Professional Libraries (Dentistry, Law, and Medicine) are distinct from University Library with regard to budgetary lines, and are governed by committees from their own schools. Lewis confirmed for Baldwin that the Herron Library is part of University Library though. Hoang requested that any further feedback be emailed to him (nhoang@iupui.edu) in time for the vote of approval at February’s meeting.

 

Agenda Item X: Update on the “Task Force for the Review on Nonacademic Administrative Services” initiated by IU President Brand – Jeff Vessely (Task Force Member). Noting it has been some time since he was at the front of a FC meeting, Vessely thanked the FC for the opportunity to update them on the review process by the task force called by President Brand. After several months of reviewing all non-academic administrative services, the final report should be available in early February. These recommendations from the consultants will go to President Brand who will ask then ask the task force for input regarding their full or partial implementation and the timeline for the process of implementation. The key theme throughout the work with the consultants has been the retention of the quality and timeliness of the reviewed services. Our new People Soft systems (Human Resource Management and Student Information Systems or HRMS and SIS) have had special attention paid to them because we hope to avoid the expensive redesigning other states have faced. Four of the nine people on the task force were present (Bepko, Martin, Palmer, Vessely) so the best strategy was deemed to answer questions instead of any further summary which could not do justice to the current draft of the report.

 

Vessely affirmed for Rhodes that purchasing was one of the services under consideration. He clarified for Schneider that implementation will primarily be up to President Brand, but that the final report will be distributed to the FC with time for comments and discussion. Palmer confirmed for R. Keck that technological change and better stewardship of services are the primary drivers and added the improvement of effectiveness and efficiency as well as the best leverage of available resources.

 

Vessely affirmed for Orme that the report will not just note areas but will recommend concrete steps. Palmer commented that as in a business presentation the report will not be a blueprint but will generally list what needs to be done if such and such is to be accomplished, after contending that said accomplishments will improve effectiveness or efficiency and save money. She pointed out that generally the task force has already discovered that IU does a good job at not duplicating expenses.

 

Palmer confirmed for R. Keck’s that the advisory committee does try to anticipate unintended consequences, especially with regard to HRMS and SIS, drawing for example on the help of Langsam and Plater in this regard. Palmer and Vessely confirmed for Rhodes that there will be only new procedures and not new forms, but added that some job categories could be streamlined.

 

In response to Porter’s question regarding what area is of most concern to IUPUI, Vessely referred her to the third of the three biggest lies: I’ll respect you in the morning, the check is in the mail, and I’m from IUB and I’m here to help. [Laughter] Noting he is not as skeptical as R. Keck, he outlined his strategy as mainly consisting of studying the actual people involved, and ensuring that new technologies prohibit any return to forms that need to be sent through campusmail to IUB. Palmer underscored Vessely’s strategy and noted that the question arose at both forums (IUB and IUPUI) whether service consolidation means the elimination of face to face service. She explained that only operations behind the scenes or in the back office were at issue and not any necessary contact points. She emphasized the implications the report may have for all campuses before Fisher closed the discussion.

 

Agenda Item XI: Question / Answer Period. One question submitted in writing asked for a report on spring enrollments. Plater reported the good news that drop/add was still in effect until next Tuesday (Jan 16) but the prediction is that the headcount (24,500) will be up 1.3% from last spring and the credit hours (255,000) up 2%, which continues the trend of increasing credit hours over the headcount which means more full time students are enrolling. In the face of Community College we are holding our own, a statement not every campus can make. There are also some indications that the new IUPUI students are better prepared with 11% from the top one-third of their high school graduating class and with average SAT scores up 19 points. Regarding diversity, minority enrollments are up 8.6% and the number of students aged 25 or older is up 18%. Also, applicants seeking admission to our Masters programs are up 25%. All of this partially explains why parking is becoming harder and harder. [Laugher]

 

Martin confirmed for Sutton that parking at Bush Stadium has begun with five so far [laughter], and noted that a big promotion is set to begin the 18th.

 

Schneider asked if Chancellor Bepko was aware of the following. A bill to place an elected faculty member on Boards of Trustees of public institutions of higher education throughout the state has been introduced in the Indiana Senate. SB0054 has been introduced by Senator Allie Craycraft (D-Selma). However, it was promptly placed in the Rules Committee by President Pro Tem, Robert Garton (R-Columbus). The Rules Committee is usually the repository for bills which will not be granted a hearing. The first order of business for AAUP members is to write Senator Garton and the Chair of the Education Committee, Senator Teresa Lubbers (R-Indianapolis), requesting the bill be transferred to the Education Committee for a hearing. As you recall, the bill passed the Indiana House of Representatives last year on strong bipartisan support of 80 to 11 with the leadership of both parties voting in favor. The governor has gone on record say that he would sign the bill. We have gone a long way to accommodate the concerns of various parties. The bill calls for the faculty member to be a non-voting trustee. This eliminates the potential concern of conflict of interests and it is this concession that led to our success in the House last year. Similar Trustee provisions exist at over 300 colleges nationwide and some states like Kentucky mandate two voting faculty trustees on every board. We know the bill makes sense for higher education. It will cost taxpayers nothing and it will allow faculty much needed input in policy decisions at a time when higher education faces great challenges. Senator Garton must stop stonewalling and allow an open hearing on this legislation. Please write him and Senator Lubbers today and often until they grant our hearing! Senators Robert Garton and Teresa Lubbers, Indiana Senate, 200 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 (s30@ai.org). The URL for INAAUP is http://www.aaup.org/ .

 

Bepko replied: “Yes.” [Laughter] Speaking seriously though, he noted that the political dynamics this year will be the same as last year so the bill is not likely to pass. Even more important to write about though is IU’s appropriation request, but if you write about both, do use two different envelopes. [Laughter] Schneider replied to Galanti that 300 colleges nationwide already have such a rule. Kentucky, of all possible institutions, even mandates that two faculty sit on the Board of Trustees with voting rights! Bepko commented that most of these are private colleges who have large boards and use them differently.

 

Agenda Item XII-XIV: Unfinished Business, New Business, and Adjournment. With no old or new business, Banta seconded Langsam’s motion to adjourn. Motion carried.

 

 

Attachments:

Attendance Record for January 11, 2001 Faculty Council Meeting;

Agenda for January 11, 2001 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 FC010111 Minutes]

 

Attendance Record for FC010111.

[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/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/A; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/N; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/N; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/N; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Avgoustis, Sotiris (Elected: Physical Educ 6/02) (Physical Educ: Tourism, Conventions, and Event Management) [via James Bennett (Physical Education)]

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]?

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Bechdolt, Anne (IUPUI Undergraduate Student Assembly)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/N; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/N; O/N; N/N; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Borden, Vic (Science: Psychology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/N; N/N; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/P; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/L; N/L; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Boukai, Benzion (Elected: Science 6/01) (Science: Mathematical Sciences) [via Richard Patterson (Medicine)]

[S/A; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Brater, D. Craig (Ex Officio: Dean of Medicine) (Basic Medicine: Pharmacology and Toxicology) [via Meredith Hull (Medicine)]

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/L; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Brenner, Mark (IU Associate Vice-President for Research & IUPUI Vice-Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/N; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Charleston, Lillian (IUPUI Affirmative Action Officer)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Combs, Terri (Coordinator for Associate Faculty Affairs)

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Dickerson-Putnam, Jeanette (Elected: Liberal Arts 6/02) (Liberal Arts: Anthropology) [via Gina Sanchez (Liberal Arts: Anthropology)]

[S/; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/N; O/N; N/P; D/A; J/N; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/L; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Elmore, Garland (IU Associate Vice-President for Teaching and Learning Info Tech, and IUPUI Info Tech Dean)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/P; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/N; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/L; O/L; N/L; D/L; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/N; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Goldblatt, Lawrence (Ex Officio: Dean of Dentistry) (Dentistry: Oral Surgery, Medicine, and Pathology) [via Donald R. Tharp (Dentistry)]

[S/A; O/L; N/L; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/N; N/P; D/P; J/N; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/; N/P; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/P; D/N; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Jafari, Ali (Engineering and Technology: Computer Technology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Kahn, Susan (Director of Office of Faculty and Senior Staff Development)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/L; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Kegeris, Carol (Office of Distributed Education)

[S/; O/; N/P; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/L; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Kopecky, Ken (IUPUI United Way Campaign Steering Committee)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/N; N/A; D/N; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/N; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/N; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Lorentz, Donald (UITS Audio Engineer: Recorder)

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Lyon, Brenda (Nursing Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Nursing)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/P; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Manning, Doug (Parking Services)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/N; N/P; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

McBride, Angela (Ex Officio: Dean of Nursing) (Nursing) [via Daniel Pesut (Nursing)]

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/P; N/P; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Mulvey, John (IUPUI Chief of Police)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/L; O/L; N/P; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/P; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Newbrough, Randy (UITS Audio Engineer: Recorder)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Ng, Bart (Ex Officio: Executive Committee 6/02) (Elected: At Large 6/01) (Science: Mathematical Sciences) [via R. Patterson]

[S/A; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/P; N/P; D/A; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Owens, Yvonne* (Ex Officio: Staff Council President 6/03) (External Affairs: Alumni Office) [via John Sharp (Counseling and Psychological Services)]

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Palmer, Judith (IU Chief Financial Officer)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/N; N/N; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Pferrer, Carol (Parking Services Director)

[S/A; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Plater, Gail (IU Foundation)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/N; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Rees, Fred (Elected: Music 6/02)

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/N; O/L; N/L; D/P; J/L; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Robbins, Ed (Senior Academy Chair) (Education)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Rothe, Carl (Basic Medicine: Physiology and Biophysics)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Rutledge, Phillip (Ex Officio: Interim Associate Dean of Public and Environ Affairs—Indpls, as of 1-1-01) (Pub & Env Aff)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/A; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/P; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Sharp, John (Student Life and Diversity: Counseling and Psychological Services)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Slocum, Richard (Associate Vice-Chancellor for Student Life and Diversity)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/N; O/N; N/N; D/N; J/N; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Staggs, Heather (Parking Services)

[S/P; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/L; O/P; N/P; D/N; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/P; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Sullivan, W. Patrick (Social Work Faculty Governance Leader 6/01) (Social Work)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/N; N/P; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Tempel, Eugene (Center on Philanthropy Executive Director)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Van Vorst, Beth (Faculty and Staff Council Office Assistant)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/N; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

Watt, Jeff (University College Faculty Gov Leader 6/02) (Science: Mathematical Sciences)

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/A; J/A; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/L; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/P; O/A; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

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

[S/A; O/A; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

ZZ-Vacant (Metropolitan Affairs Chair)

[S/A; O/A; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

ZZ-Vacant (Staff Relations Chair)

[S/A; O/A; N/; D/; J/; F/; M/; A/; M/ (Present, aLternate, Notice, Absent)]

 


[Attachment for FC010111 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: January 11, 2001)

 

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

 

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

 

III.                 Approval of Minutes for November 2, 2000 (see attachment1, also online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc001102html.htm) & update on Minutes for December 7, 2000 (completed but not edited, will be posted online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc001207html.htm when ready).

 

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

 

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

 

VI.                 Announcement of Upcoming Slate (emailed asap) for the Election of New Members to the Faculty Board of Review Pool and the Faculty Grievance Advisory Panel (previously the Mediation Committee) – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair) & Paul Galanti (Executive Committee Chair) [Election Held at February 1 FC Meeting with ballots distributed at meeting] [INFORMATION ITEM].

 

VII.               "Executive Committee Annual Report (see attachment2) on the Number of Unit and At-Large Representatives to Elect to FC for 2001/02 - 2002/03 – Paul Galanti (Executive Committee Chair) [INFORMATION ITEM].

 

VIII.             Annual Report of the Affirmative Action Office -- Lillian Charleston (IUPUI Affirmative Action Officer) [INFORMATION ITEM].

 

IX.                 Recommendation (see attachment3) from Constitution and Bylaws Committee – Ngoan Hoang (Chair) Regarding New Charge for the Library Affairs Committee [INFORMATION ITEM: To be voted on at February 1, 2000 FC Meeting].

 

X.                   Update on the “Task Force for the Review on Nonacademic Administrative Services” initiated by IU President Brand – Jeff Vessely (Task Force Member).

 

XI.                 Question / Answer Period.

 

XII.               Unfinished Business?

XIII.             New Business?

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

 

*Attachments (not included as part of FC010111 minutes):

1 Unapproved Faculty Council Minutes for November2, 2000 (synoptic);

2 Executive Committee Annual Report on the Number of Unit and At-Large Representatives to Elect to FC for 2000/01 - 2001/02;

3 Recommendation from Bylaws Committee Regarding Library Committee’s Charge.

 

Next Faculty Council Meeting: February 1, 2001!

 

[Agenda Prepared by Faculty Council Coordinator, David Frisby,

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