FC010301 MINUTES:

APPROVED FC010405.

 

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Faculty Council Minutes: March 1, 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 3:34 p.m. and welcomed everyone to the meeting.

 

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 January 11, 2001 (posted online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc010111html.htm) & Update on Minutes for February 1, 2001 (completed but not edited). O’Brien seconded Langsam’s motion to approve the minutes. Motion carried.

 

Agenda Item IV: Martin C. Jischke (President of Purdue University). Chancellor Bepko introduced President Jischke as having a distinguished faculty career with seventeen years at the University of Oklahoma (1968-1986) including a time as interim president (1985), along with five years as chancellor at the University of Missouri at Rolla (1986-1991), and ten years as president of Iowa State University (1991-2000). He noted that they met at the last annual meeting of NASULGC (National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges), where as chair he gave a lecture to a thousand plus people and received a standing ovation, a fitting symbol of the recognition he has earned with his great work in higher education. The people of Indiana are proud he’s come to their state to become PU’s president and the FC members are pleased he’s come here today for our meeting. [Applause]

 

Jischke admitted to being an admirer of Bepko, referred to him as having emerged as a national leader of urban universities, and noted he’s enjoyed their association. Referring to David Broder’s use of the term “interim president” as a redundancy [Laughter], Jischke proposed to make some remarks on what he’s been up to his first seven months as PU president, and then in the interest of exchange, to take some questions, time allowing. Speaking as someone who has been a university president for seventeen years in four different states, he first noted that he has observed that the cooperation here at IUPUI between the two research universities of IU and PU is remarkable by his measure, even though often taken for granted by the people of Indiana. In the spirit of cooperation he promised to do his share to continue that good relationship. When considering his move from Iowa State University to PU, he noticed that everyone at PU was using the language of rising to the next level of academic excellence. That language generates the enthusiasm and excitement to make a great university better. He therefore came to PU because that instinct for improvement appeals to him. He happily noted the same enthusiasm continues yet today.

 

Jischke stated he would present his comments in three pieces. First he would address some long-term issues, then highlight his doings so far, and finally touch briefly on some current happenings. There are four strategic issues facing PU today. The first is its role in Indiana’s changing system of public higher education, e.g., the complexity of Community College with regard to meeting the higher education needs of the people of Indiana. The second is the complicated meaning of the “next level of academic excellence,” which involves the three dimensions of PU’s mission, its reputation, and its impact on society. The third, assuming knowledge of PU’s role and the meaning of excellence, is how to get there, which includes some measure of accountability. The fourth and last involves the better use of resources but also the need for more. These four issues need to be addressed and answered with precision and clarity if PU is to in fact get better and rise to the next level in the next three or four years.

 

Second, Jischke highlighted that in the past seven months, he has learned much about the fascinating state of Indiana, and has filled or is filling a number of important positions (Calumet Chancellor, West Lafayette Provost, Fund-Raising Leader, and Deans) due to retirements and such. Nothing is more important than the people of the university -- in fact -- that’s what a university is, a collection of people. He has begun (with the endorsement of the trustees) a collaborative strategic planning effort that will conduct workshops for planning task forces at each PU campus with the goal of generating proposals for the trustees by November. These proposals will become documents that will be refreshed, reviewed, and renewed each year. He has also spent a fair amount of time visiting many of the friends of PU including alumni, people in industry, and state leaders, frankly, to reinforce their continued affection for PU and depart with some of their money. [Laughter] This has gone well. As he thought and has now seen, PU enjoys a remarkable affection from a lot of people that take a real pride in PU, and that has impressed and pleased him. He has thought carefully about PU’s role in the state of Indiana, what its “engagement agenda” should be, and following the Kellogg Commission, is supplementing the traditional mission terms of “teaching, research, and service” with “learning, discovery, and engagement.” These new terms reflect a more mutual and partnered and shared approach, even more, a subversive approach in that the faculty then begin to actually learn from those outside the university, and to change what they study and how they teach and what their students learn. The trustees were clear to him in their desire for PU to play a greater role in the development in Indiana’s new high tech economy, a role that will need to continue to change given the evolution of land-grant universities and given Indiana’s other non-economic challenges. Finally, he has faced the challenge to again establish a budget with the governor and legislature so as to fill a growing gap between revenues and expenditures. That gap is helped by a record pace this year for fund-raising (up 50% to $110 million so far) and sponsored programs (up 40%), but the revenue from Indiana is still the foundation of PU’s funding, that which pays for the lights for example.

 

Third and last, with regard to current happenings, enrollment demand is strong with a record number of applications (1600 more at West Lafayette this year) pushing admissions to capacity with the need to cap enrollments at the schools, especially at West Lafayette. The quality of PU’s students is going up in that SAT scores jumped 19 points last year and will be up again some next year. There is still capacity for more students at the other PU campuses (Calumet, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and North Central at Westville), especially in PU’s statewide technology program. Jischke made one last comment from his current travels about the state, including Indianapolis. IU President Myles Brand and he were the featured speakers at the Venture Club of Indiana that day for lunch, and they spoke together on the issue of the role of the university in economic development in today’s so-called new economy. Traveling around Indiana, he has sensed a widespread interest across the state in this issue, but particularly among community leaders and the business community. There is a sense that Indiana is in the midst of a very significant transition in the structure of its economy, that changes are taking place and that there are new opportunities out there, and that the absolutely pivotal and decisive role will be played by education in general but by higher education in particular. Lots of people are looking to the public universities to step up and help, which is an appropriate expectation since our responsibility is to the people of Indiana who do own them and do want help. Engagement of this sort will also make the universities better, e.g., providing students opportunities for more experiential kinds of learning that they might not otherwise have, or providing universities the chance to shape and evolve research programs with exciting implications and applications. In particular, a deeper lesson for everyone will be a better grasp of the idea of the great public purpose for which our public universities were created. In that conception of higher education, they should not be apart from society, and the magical sense of the land-grant universities is that very sense of partnership, engagement, and involvement. Indiana has unlimited opportunities to renew this idea at this time under these circumstances. Jischke then requested questions or, better, advice, and promised not to take any comments personally, at this time. [Laughter]

 

Schmenner asked of the relative commitments to education Jischke observed in Iowa versus Indiana. He replied that both are committed but Indiana aims more for quality while Iowa is more egalitarian. There is more consensus in Iowa but more awareness in Indiana of the importance of education. Indiana has greater capacity because of such institutions as the Lilly Endowment. Whereas Iowa wants to preserve its traditional strengths and the ethic of a day gone by, Indiana exhibits more of that spirit he observed at PU to rise to the next level one notch or brick at a time. Indiana has the opportunity, and the responsibility, to think of education more broadly, including those who come to us from elementary and secondary education. In the long run, all of education from kindergarten to post-graduate work is pivotal to Indiana’s future, and the public universities need to lend their voice to the improvement of it all. At a minimum, the public universities need to form alliances with all educational institutions where there are common interests. He and President Brand are working together for a strategy for Indiana, visiting the governor and the legislators, and writing an op-ed piece together. There are differences, Brand’s emphasis on informatics for instance, but there are even more common interests, such as facilities. Together they will speak as one voice to embrace the whole educational endeavor from kindergarten on because the overall purpose is public.

 

Jischke replied to Besch he had not read Hermann B Wells’s Being Lucky but did have dinner with him. Besch recommended he read it with regard to learning the workings of the Indiana General Assembly. Jischke added that the old model for financing public universities almost exclusively with state appropriations is giving way to a new much more complex model that also includes private sources and auxiliary sources, along with tuition.

 

Powers thanked Jischke for being the first PU President to come to an IUPUI FC meeting. With regard to the four strategic issues, one in particular resonates with IUPUI also, the one about rising to the next level, to the rank of research status in IUPUI’s case. Measures for achieving that status are exceeded by IUPUI except in the case of the number of Ph.D. candidates graduated. The credit for many of those candidates that IUPUI in fact graduates goes to either IUB or West Lafayette PU. Powers then requested that Jischke use his new role to assist IUPUI in its aspiration to receive credit for those graduates and thus achieve the rank of research status so as to fully join the research corridor stretching from IUB to West Lafayette PU. Jischke replied he knew he would be asked this, but noted that PU degrees are awarded out of West Lafayette PU and IU degrees are awarded out of IUB. The work may be extended here but there is no question of who awards the degree. Powers commented that the bulk of the bioengineering degree is done here at IUPUI but awarded at West Lafayette PU. Bepko commented that the psychology Ph.D. is the only one awarded at IUPUI. Fisher thanked Jischke for coming.

 

Agenda Item V: Chancellor's Report: Gerald Bepko (IUPUI Chancellor & IU Vice-President). Bepko had no report.

 

Agenda Item VI: President's Report: Paul Galanti (IUPUI Faculty President & UFC Co-Secretary). Galanti noted the FGAP election would occur today, and also encouraged everyone to return the ballots for UFC and FC at-large by the March 23rd deadline, which they should have recently received.

 

Regarding the “transfer” issue, information has been gathered from all IU campuses to establish 100 and 200 level course equivalencies. The faculty need to control this curriculum or the Trustees will mandate the issue.

 

The Arthur Anderson consultants have finished their report on the review of non-academic administrative services called for by President Brand. Along with Fisher and Powers, he met with them regarding their recommendations. In the very near future, President Brand will be seeking input from the IU faculty via email. Galanti recommended using the online version or consulting copies at University Library because the report is very large. Many of the recommendations will be quite straightforward but some will need thought and time. The overall hope is to reduce costs with the savings going to academic programs.

 

The administrative review committee for Dean David Stocum has received its charge from Chancellor Bepko, while those for Dean Scott Evenbeck and Assistant Vice-Chancellor Emily Wren will receive their charges in the next week or two.

 

The UFC Memorial Resolution for Herman B Wells, with sections from all campuses, is now online at the UFC website (http://www.indiana.edu/~ufc/circulars/00-01/U7-2001.htm ).

 

The UFC will next meet on February 13th at IUPUI. The main agenda item will be a presentation by Erwin Boschmann and Jeremy Dunning on distance education. Their report is online (http://www.indiana.edu/~iude/frameset-publications.html ) and comments should be emailed to eboschma@iupui.edu.

 

The UFC is moving closer to passing the proposal from its Faculty Affairs Committee to revise the section of the IU handbook on faculty ranks. Attachment #3 to the agenda is still titled “Non-Tenure-Track Faculty” but more generally concerns the classification of academic appointments. There will be more on this later today.

 

The IU Board of Trustees met here at IUPUI last Thursday (February 22) and adopted the changes to the TTA (Trustees Teaching Awards) that we requested, so as to extend those eligible to include clinical faculty and full-time lecturers at IUPUI.

 

Robin Gress, the secretary for the Trustees, is planning a 6:45 p.m. dinner for April 5th at IUPUI with the Trustees, the FC unit representatives, the chairs of the FC standing committees, the Executive Committee members, and the faculty governance leaders of the academic units. The FC meets that day as do the Trustees at IUPUI, so the dinner will follow those meetings. The aim is for the Trustees to get to know the leaders of the IUPUI faculty and visa versa. Invitations were limited but Galanti encouraged any at-large FC member to contact him if they want to attend.

 

Agenda Item VII: Election of New Members to the Faculty Grievance Advisory Panel (previously the Mediation Committee)] – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair) [emailed earlier with ballots distributed at meeting] [ACTION ITEM]. Assisted by Hoyt, Vermette distributed and collected and tallied the ballots. Sixty ballots were cast and Carol Gardner, William Orme, and Jeff Vessely were elected to FGAP for the two-year term 1 July 2001 through 30 June 2003. Avery seconded Langsam’s motion to destroy the ballots and keep the tally sheet in the FC office. Motion carried.

 

Agenda Item VIII: Discussion on the Academic Classification Review Project (online at http://www.indiana.edu/~ufc/circulars/00-01/U6-2001.htm ) (up for vote at UFC010327) – Karen Gable (Faculty Affairs Chair and UFC Faculty Affairs Co-Chair). Once gain, Gable presented an overview of the latest draft, first noting that four schools have already conveyed concerns that are not yet reflected in this version. The general provisions on page 1 will be made more explicit and will state that clinical faculty and lecturers also have recourse to review boards (she directed members to compare page 17). Lines 77-81 on page 2 were questionable for some schools and the committee will need to clarify the point there if the FC finds it of concern too. A question was raised concerning the addition of “and Lecturer” at line 438 on page 10, so it will be dropped because line 631 covers Lecturers. Lines 480-84 on page 11 has created an issue, especially for the School of Medicine. Froehlich explicated the issue. The many clinical faculty with Medicine are concerned because opportunities are limited. Those tenure-track faculty that switch to clinical after five years are called to necessarily drop the research component of their work, but they question whether this should apply to research they are already engaged in, especially if they are listed as the Primary Investigator for grants from industry. They want this section re-written to permit research on a spot basis, so they can still search for research monies as serve as primary investigator. Gable returned to her overview pointing out that lines 559-60 on page 13 limit clinical faculty eligibility for academic administrative appointments at or beyond the department chair level, but questioned whether they shouldn’t be permitted to serve as assistant or associate deans. The question has been raised regarding when the part-time designation is appropriate. Assisted by Hamant, she used the overhead to project the overall classification:

 

A. Tenure-Track Appointments

1. Faculty Appointments

2. Librarian Appointments

B. Non-Tenure Track Faculty Appointments

1. Clinical Appointments

a. Clinical Professor

b. Associate Clinical Professor

c. Assistant Clinical Professor

2. Lecturer Appointments (two versions, IUPUI and IUB)

a. Lecturer

b. Associate Lecturer

c. Assistant Lecturer

[or]

a. Senior Lecturer

b. Lecturer

3. Acting, Visiting, and Adjunct Appointments

a. Acting Appointments

b. Visiting Appointments

c. Adjunct Appointments

4. Research Appointments

a. Scientist or Scholar

b. Associate Scientist or Scholar

c. Assistant Scientist or Scholar

C. Specialist and Honorary Appointments

1. Academic Specialist Appointments

2. Honorary Appointments

 

Gable noted the two different versions facing the UFC at its next meeting regarding lecturer appointments, the first favored by IUPUI, and permitting either the three or two level version, and the second, favored by IUB, and mandating the two level version. She then opened the floor for questions, perspectives, or comments.

 

Gable clarified for Meiss that the IUPUI version leaves the choice up to the individual unit.

 

Prompted by Schneider, Gable explained that the choice of versions will be brought to the floor for a vote at the next UFC meeting (March 27 at IUK). Galanti added that our UFC representatives need some direction from the FC on which way to vote.

 

Ambrosius noted that the three titles of assistant professor, associate professor, and professor, are well known, but not the titles of clinical lecturer, associate lecturer, and senior lecturer. Gable commented that much controversy has been raised on this matter, with some UFC members adamantly opposed to using the well known titles for either clinical faculty or lecturers. She solicited any terms that might be better received.

 

Schneider advocated for the two level lecturer and senior lecturer version because the lecturer appointment is very different than the tenure-track professorial appointment and should not look similar, and also because only two levels are really involved.

 

Gable replied to Ng’s question why three levels, stating that a pattern already exists wherein faculty historically take the tenure-track route, the research route, or the “clinical or lecturer” route, and that there is a need to recognize those who never attain the top level.

 

Porter pointed to the dilemma that “clinical” and “lecturer” have been separate options but now are unclearly put together in “clinical lecturer.”

 

Langsam disagreed with Schneider and contended that the lecturers themselves prefer the three levels with regard to a lifetime career, and are less concerned about any intellectual parallels in structure. Some would remain at the probationary level forever and this does not do them justice. Individual schools should decide based on the role lecturers actually play. Responding to Langsam, Schneider noted he did not intend to disparage the lecturers, and in fact thought more tenure-track routes should be opened instead of moving lecturers into full-time. After Gable affirmed for him that the lecturers’ contracts will still end, and that non-renewal of contracts is not equivalent to dismissal, he suggested she change the wording regarding “dismissal” on page 17. He also suggested that the reason given there of financial exigency be tied to the school and not the campus. Gable explained the wording was lifted directly from the current handbook, but would still consider the changes, including the possible deletion of “with faculty consultation” from line 748.

 

Gable took the opportunity to acknowledge the co-chairs of the sub-committee of the Faculty Affairs Committee who have worked on this “Non-Tenure-Track Faculty” issue for over two years, Mary Hovde and Bonnie Blazer-Yost.

 

Gable clarified for Isikbay that the committee did check out what terms other universities are using, and found that the terms they are using are used elsewhere frequently, especially the threefold assistant, associate, full. She emphasized the word “may” on line 79 in replying to Schmenner’s question regarding restrictions on who may offer a course for credit. Plater commented that in some circumstances the person offering a course for credit may be given a part-time appointment for the duration of the course.

 

As a UFC member representing IUPUI, Porter requested that the FC give her some direction on how to vote at the IUK March 27 meeting. Gable clarified that the FC is not considering this for adoption, but that a sense of the faculty might be helpful to our UFC representatives with regard to the upcoming vote. Schneider noted that the rank of lecturer is historically at the bottom, so moved with someone’s second that the FC advise the UFC representatives to support only two lecturer levels and not three. At the request of Plater, Terri Combs (Coordinator for Associate Faculty Affairs) stated that after significant consultation with the associate faculty, of which there are over 900, her sense is that they would prefer three levels since it offers more opportunity for recognition. Plater clarified for Meiss that there are tenure-track instructors but not tenure-track lecturers, although some faculty begin as convertible lecturers and switch to a tenure-track appointment once their Ph.D. is approved, an option that will disappear with this new classification proposal. Galanti clarified that the option for only two levels means exactly that, while the option for three levels leaves the schools or units the right to choose either two or three levels. Besch noted for the record that a senior lecturer in England is considered the same as an associate professor over here. Fisher called for a vote on the motion. A show of hands was necessary. The motion was defeated 30 to 16.

 

Porter noted that the School of Medicine is concerned over the clinical ranks, making the case that if a tenure-track faculty member is engaged in research, especially if they have the responsibility of primary investigator, and switches from a tenure-track appointment to a clinical rank, they should not be removed from the research. She contended that the language in this regard needs to be very clear. Froehlich spoke up for keeping that research option open for those who so switch, often after five years. Hamant suggested keeping research mandatory for tenure-track faculty but leaving it optional for those with clinical rank. Langsam noted that faculty with clinical ranks may engage in research at the discretion of the units. Galanti commented that faculty with clinical ranks may apply for advancement only on the basis of teaching and service, and not on the basis of research. Langsam agreed but noted research is still possible at the discretion of the unit. Plater clarified that faculty with clinical ranks may be advanced “only” on the basis of teaching and service, but research is not disallowed and some clinical faculty do collaborate on research, although they are not the primary investigators. Fisher confirmed this and referred FC members to lines 465-8 on page 11. Porter noted that the language from the handbook was originally composed to protect clinical faculty from being expected to engage in research even though detrimental to their advancement. Froehlich commented that most of those who switch from a tenure-track appointment to a clinical rank usually do so because they know their dossiers won’t fly and want a place to land, but they still should not necessarily be forced to therefore give up their research or title of primary investigator. Fineberg researched this phenomenon of switching to a clinical rank and found that the original fear of needing to protect them was misplaced. No pressure is involved, they are not primarily female, and it usually just fits their lifestyle better. The handbook simply needs to clearly state that research is no longer required and may not be considered as a component for advancement but does not need to be given up.

 

Gable affirmed for Meiss that the “Explanation and Comment” (lines 471-87 on page 11) comes from the handbook, and agreed with his suggestion to remove the sentence “While individual faculty members hired in tenure-probationary appointments may switch to the clinical appointments during the first five years of their probationary period, such a switch must involve giving up the research component of their faculty work, except for their clinical role in collaborative research trials” (lines 480-84). The FC also agreed. Froehlich suggested the sentence before that also be removed but the FC agreed with Gable that it should stay.

 

Referring to page 5 (lines 216 and 227) McDaniel noted that clinical and lecturer appointments are quite separate, but then are confusingly combined into clinical lecturer (line 573 on page 13). Asked by Fineberg of the difference between a clinical lecturer and a lecturer, Gable replied that both teach. Hart contended that the terms primarily have value in the history and life of specific groups of people, so the units should decide. McDaniel asked if the “clinical lecturer” on line 225 of page 5 is primarily clinical or lecturer. Fisher affirmed clinical. Gable referred to page 44 of the handbook and read that the “prefix ‘Clinical’ is used for appointees with the rank of Lecturer through Professor.” Plater commented that the rank of clinical lecturer is very rare, but suggested that portion of the handbook be cited in the new proposal at both places. Fisher called for an overall up or down with regard to the policy as recommended, with modifications. With small opposition, the FC approved. Galanti noted the FC also preferred the three level option over the two. Gable noted that the Faculty Affairs Committee has dealt with this for five years. [Applause]

 

Agenda Item IX: Question / Answer Period. Bepko noted that one question was submitted in advance, whether the Trustees expanded their TTA (Trustees Teaching Awards) to include faculty with clinical or lecturer ranks, and answered they had. Plater commended the Faculty Affairs Committee for its persistence during this long process, and also commended Chancellor Bepko for his work at convincing the Trustees. He distributed the new guidelines (15 February 2001) and noted the specific numbers for each unit to consider: the $2500 awards are to be given to no more than 6% of the total eligible faculty in each of the two categories (tenured and tenure-track faculty and librarians engaged in teaching, and full-time clinical faculty and full-time lecturers whose primary duties are teaching). Each unit has been assigned a proportionate number of the total campus awards and will select the faculty to receive awards within the unit. The process is to be completed by March 27th and the recipients of the awards will be recognized at the annual campus Chancellor’s Honors Convocation in April.

 

Bepko replied to Baumer’s request for an update on the request for the budget for the campus. The legislature is now deliberating. The governor’s gloomy proposal was overtaken by the house’s budget, which we think is better, and the house’s budget has now gone to the senate. The senate will likely be influenced by the revenue forecast next month, which will likely be gloomy also, but there is still a long way to go yet. The house budget will serve us well if adopted.

 

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

 

Agenda Item XII: Adjournment. Moved by Langsam and seconded by Fineberg, Galanti adjourned the meeting.

 

Attachments:

Attendance Record for March 1, 2001 Faculty Council Meeting;

Agenda for March 1, 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 FC010301 Minutes]

 

Attendance Record for FC010201.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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/P; M/P; A/; M/ ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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/ ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Borden, Vic (Science: Psychology)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/A; O/A; N/A; D/L; J/L; F/L; M/L; A/; M/ ] [via Meredith T. Hull (Medicine)]

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

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

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

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

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/A; M/A; A/; M/ ]

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

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

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

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

Charleston, Lillian (IUPUI Affirmative Action Officer)

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

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

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

Combs, Terri (Coordinator for Associate Faculty Affairs)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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/ ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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/P; M/P; A/; M/ ]

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

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

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/P; M/P; A/; M/ ]

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

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

[S/P; O/P; N/P; D/P; J/P; F/P; M/P; 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)

[S/A; O/L; N/L; D/P; J/L; F/L; M/L; A/; M/ ] [via Chris H. Miller (Dentistry)]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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/ ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Hull, Meredith (Medicine: Dean’s Office)

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

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

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

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

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

Jafari, Ali (Engineering and Technology: Computer Technology)

[S/; O/; N/; D/P; 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/ ]

Jischke, Martin C. (President of Purdue University)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/P; O/P; N/A; D/P; J/L; F/P; M/L; A/; M/ ] [via Sue Morrissey (Nursing)]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Palmer, Judith (IU Chief Financial Officer)

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

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

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

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

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

Pferrer, Carol (Parking Services Director)

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

Plater, Gail (IU Foundation)

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

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

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

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

Rees, Fred (Elected: Music 6/02)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rothe, Carl (Basic Medicine: Physiology and Biophysics)

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

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/A; M/P; A/; M/ ]

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

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

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

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

Schmenner, Roger  (Ex Officio: Assoc Dean of Business--Indpls) (Bus Fac Gov Leader) (Bus: Operations and Decisions Tech: Operations Management)

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

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

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

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

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

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

[S/; O/; N/; D/; J/P; 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/ ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

Stevenson, Michael (American Council on Education Fellow Visiting IUPUI This Year)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Tempel, Eugene (Center on Philanthropy Executive Director)

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

Van Dis, Margot (Dentistry)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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/A; M/P; A/; M/ ]

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

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

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

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

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

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

ZZ-Vacant (Metropolitan Affairs Chair)

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

ZZ-Vacant (Staff Relations Chair)

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

[Attachment for FC010301 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: March 1, 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 January 11, 2001 (see attachment1 and also posted online at http://www.iupui.edu/~fcouncil/minutes/fc010111html.htm) & Update on Minutes for February 1, 2001 (completed but not edited).

 

IV.                 Martin C. Jischke (President of Purdue University).

 

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

 

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

 

VII.               Election of New Members to the Faculty Grievance Advisory Panel (previously the Mediation Committee)] – Vania Goodwin (Nominating Committee Chair) [Slate attached2 and emailed earlier with ballots distributed at meeting] [ACTION ITEM].

 

VIII.             Discussion on the Academic Classification Review Project (see attachment3 and also online at http://www.indiana.edu/~ufc/circulars/00-01/U6-2001.htm ) (up for vote at UFC010327) – Karen Gable (Faculty Affairs Chair and UFC Faculty Affairs Co-Chair).

 

IX.                 Question / Answer Period.

 

X.                   Unfinished Business?

 

XI.                 New Business?

 

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

 

*Attachments (not included as part of FC010301 minutes):

1 Unapproved Faculty Council Minutes for January 11, 2001 (synoptic);

2 Slate for Election to Faculty Grievance Advisory Board;

3 Latest Version of UFC “Academic Classification Review Project.”

 

 

Next Faculty Council Meeting: April 5, 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]