A G E N D A
November 30, 2007 - 1:10 p.m.
1. Chairpersons' Report
2. Secretary’s Report
3. Administrative Liaison - President Richard L. McCormick
- Discussion of Presidential Follow-up on Acknowledged Senate
Recommendations - The Executive Committee decided at the October
meeting that it would request from President McCormick follow-up
information on implementation or committee-formation related to Senate
recommendations previously accepted. This discussion will help
formalize a response system. Senate reports and recommendations, with presidential acknowledgements, are online.
4. Standing Committees
Instruction, Curricula and Advising Committee (ICAC) Report on Charge S-0607, Sale of Examination and Desk Copies of Textbooks - Natalie Borisovets, ICAC Chair
Potential Committee Charge:
To Academic Standards, Regulations and Admissions Committee
*: Evaluate the efficiency of weekend exams. Consider the [SGA]'s "Resolution Against Weekend Exams
," as well as the Senate's February 2000 adoption of weekend exams
Consult with the University Registrar and others to research the
statistics on conflicts with these exams. Make recommendations as to
whether weekend exams should be continued.
*From the ASRAC standing charge: "
To study issues affecting the Academic Calendar, including receiving
comment from all sectors of the University community concerning the
Academic Calendar, offering recommendations for the University Academic
Calendar to the University Senate for action, monitoring unit
departures from the University Academic Calendar, reviewing matters
concerning the University Commencement, and making recommendations, as
5. December 7, 2007 Senate Meeting Agenda
6. Old Business
7. New Business