ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT - Robert Barchi, President of the University
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE DISCUSSION - Jon Oliver, Vice Chair
The University Senate's approach to Shared Governance at Rutgers.
University Structure and Governance Committee (USGC) Response to Charge S-1605: Size and Composition of the Senate, Reviewed - Jon Oliver, USGC Chair
The USGC has been charged as follows: As mandated in the December 2012 Senate Response to Charge S-1201, on Senate Size and Composition, reconsider the size and composition of the Senate. Respond to the Senate Executive Committee by October 2018.
Budget and Finance Committee (BFC) Response to Charge S-1801: How OIT and Offices Solicit and Integrate Feedback - Menahem Speigel, BFC Chair
The BFC has been charged as follows: Investigate and make recommendations on how OIT and other offices solicit and integrate feedback from all constituencies at Rutgers to ensure the optimal purchase and use of information systems. Respond to the Senate Executive Committee by December 2018.
Instruction, Curricula, and Advising Committee (ICAC) Response to Charge S-1803: A Policy Relating to Student Posting of Faculty-Owned Documents - Natalie Borisovets, ICAC Chair
The ICAC has been charged as follows: Investigate and make recommendation on University Policies relating to students' posting of syllabi, slides, tests, examinations, and other professor-created documents to sites such as Course Hero. Consider similar issues related to student-created documents. Respond to the Senate Executive Committee by February 2019.
Instruction, Curricula, and Advising Committee (ICAC) Response to Charge S-1802: Online and Hybrid Course Support- Natalie Borisovets, ICAC Chair
The ICAC has been charged as follows: Investigate and consider how online and hybrid courses are supported at Rutgers. How are courses created and delivered and how are faculty supported? Respond to the Senate Executive Committee by November 2018.
Academic Standards, Regulations, and Admissions Committee (ASRAC) Response to Charge S-1808: Code of Student Conduct Policy Review - Regina Masiello and Robert Schwartz, ASRAC Co-Chairs
The ASRAC has been charged as follows: Review the new University Policy 10.2.11 on Code of Student Conduct, identify any concerns, and if appropriate, recommend further changes or other courses of action. Respond to the Senate Executive Committee by December 2018.
This report is being presented for information only.
Remaining 2018-19 University Senate Meetings
[Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held on Fridays in the Multipurpose Room, College Avenue Student Center, College Avenue Campus in New Brunswick.]
February 15, 2019 (in Newark)
March 29, 2019
May 3, 2019
(The May 3 meeting may convene at 10:30 or 11:00 a.m. This meeting is the last of this year's Senate, but will begin with the first meeting of next year's Senate, at which Senate officers, Executive Committee members, and board representatives will be elected. The start time will be determined by the Senate Executive Committee in April 2019.)