RUTGERS UNIVERSITY SENATE
CALL TO MEETING
FEBRUARY 27, 2009
Multipurpose Room East 232, PAUL ROBESON
CAMPUS CENTER, NEWARK CAMPUS
here to view Newark Campus Map and Travel Directions
TRANSPORTATION AND PRE-MEETING TIMETABLE:
9:30 a.m. - New Brunswick and Camden Senators board charter bus
for Newark at Lot 98B, College Farm Road, near Environmental
and Natural Resource Sciences Building on the Cook Campus. (Senators
without Rutgers-New Brunswick parking permits who wish to park in Lot 98B
must obtain a special permit from the Senate Office.) (Senators who are
driving may park in Deck 1, located at 200 University Avenue, and should
contact the Senate office to obtain a one-day Newark parking pass.)
9:45 a.m. sharp - Bus departs from Cook Campus.
10:30 a.m. (approximately) - Bus arrives in Newark.
10:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon - Standing Committee meetings.
12:00 noon to 12:50 p.m. - Lunch, and Faculty and Student
Caucuses. (Faculty Caucus Room 226, Student Caucus Room
257, Staff Caucus Room 224)
1:10 p.m. - Call To Order in Multipurpose Room East 232, Paul
Robeson Campus Center.
Post-Adjournment - Board charter bus for return trip.
15 Minutes Post-Adjournment - Bus departs Newark Campus
promptly 15 minutes following Adjournment.
A G E N D A
CALL TO ORDER, DETERMINATION OF A QUORUM, AND CHAIRPERSON’S
- Samuel Rabinowitz, Chairperson
REPORT OF THE SECRETARY - Kenneth Swalagin, Executive Secretary
ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT - President
Richard L. McCormick
CAMPUS REPORT - Chancellor
Synopsis of Report
Questions and Answers
Structure and Governance Committee (USGC) Response to Charge S-0810, Including
Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration as Administrator
Tricia Nolfi and Jonathan Tittler, USGC Co-Chairs.
Note: The recommendations in this report include a change to Senate
Bylaws/University Regulations. In accordance with established parliamentary
procedure, this report is being introduced and discussed at this Senate
meeting, and the Senate will be asked to vote on the bylaws change at the March 27, 2009
Personnel Affairs Committee (FPAC) Response to Charge S-0705-2,
Full-time Tenure- and Non-tenure-track Appointments
- Ann Gould and Paul Panayotatos, FPAC Co-Chairs.
Note: No changes to current University policies or practices are recommended in this report. This item is for information only, and will not require a vote by the Senate.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT - Paul Leath, Vice Chairperson
REPORTS OF REPRESENTATIVES TO BOARDS OF GOVERNORS
REPORTS OF CAMPUS FACULTY LIAISONS
of items to the Agenda requires a two-thirds vote.There
is an overall time limit of 2-1/2 hours for Senate meetings.Specific
time limits are set for questions and debate, not for presentation of reports.After
approval, extension of time limits requires a two-thirds vote.
Remaining 2008-09 University Senate Meetings
[Meetings are in New
Brunswick, unless otherwise noted.]
March 27, 2009
May 1, 2009