9:00 a.m. - New Brunswick and Newark Senators board charter
for Camden - Lot 98B, College Farm Road, near Environmental
and Natural Resource Sciences Building on the Cook Campus.
(Senators who wish to park in Lots 98A or 98B must obtain a special permit from the Senate
9:15 a.m. sharp - Bus departs from Cook Campus.
10:30 a.m. (approximately) - Bus arrives in Camden.
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon - Standing Committee meetings.
12:00 noon to 12:50 p.m. - Lunch, and Faculty and Student Caucuses. (Rooms to be announced prior to meeting.)
1:10 p.m. - Call to Order in Multipurpose Room, Camden Campus Center.
15 Minutes Post-Adjournment - Board charter bus for return trip. Bus departs Camden Campus promptly 15 minutes following Adjournment.
A G E N D A
REPORT OF THE
SECRETARY - Kenneth Swalagin, Secretary
Committee - Michael LaSala and Connie Ellis, Co-chairs
Status Report and Resolution on Charge S-0413, FAIR v. Rumsfeld Appeal
Original Charge: Considering the November 29, 2004 decision of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals regarding the case of FAIR v. Rumsfeld, revisit the issues addressed in the University Senate’s reports/resolutions on FAIR v. Rumsfeld and on Federally Mandated Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation in ROTC Programs. Draft recommendations on how
University Structure and
Governance Committee - Gary Gigliotti, Chair
Personnel Committee - Ann Brooks Gould and Paul Panayotatos,
Response to Charge S-0407, Faculty Reporting Processes
[This report is for information only. No Senate action is required at this time.]
Original Charge: Investigate, consider, and make recommendations for streamlining and making easier the processes involved in faculty reporting of teaching, scholarship and service. Consider compatibilities between the Annual Faculty Survey and Form 1A, cross-document copy-and-paste capability, and availability of data for reformatting for insertion into other electronic documents.”
OLD BUSINESSNEW BUSINESS
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - Samuel Rabinowitz, Vice Chairperson
REPORTS OF REPRESENTATIVES TO BOARDS OF GOVERNORS AND TRUSTEES
*Note: Addition 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.