Bylaws Revisions (pp. 1-11)B. DISCUSSION ITEM
Tony Wilcox, Bylaws & Nominations Chair, will present proposed revisions to the Faculty Senate Bylaws.
Internal Budget Allocation (pp. 12-14)C. SPECIAL REPORTS
Maggie Niess, Budget Allocation Advisory Committee Chair, will outline issues the committee has been studying and open the floor to discussion of the budget issue.
1. Legislative UpdateD. INFORMATION ITEMS
Kevin McCann, Community and Government Relations Director, will present an update on legislative issues.
2. Microsoft Task Force (pp.15-24)
Norm Lederman, Chair, will report on committee findings; Senators will have an opportunity to endorse the report and determine disposition.
3. Information Services Ad Hoc Committee (pp.25-34)
Henry Sayre, Chair, will present the attached report for Senate endorsement.
1. IFS, AOF, AAUP Joint MeetingE. REPORT FROM AND DIALOG WITH THE PROVOST
The joint meeting of IFS, AOF and AAUP will be held May 8 in the CH2M HILL Alumni Center. The meeting is scheduled between 8:00 AM and 1:00 PM with the formal meeting scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM following a continental breakfast. Confirmed program participants include Senator Brady Adams and Chancellor Joe Cox.
2. Annual Reports
Annual reports for all committees/councils are due in the Faculty Senate Office no later than July 15.
Roy Arnold, Provost & Executive Vice President for Academic AffairsF. REPORT FROM AND DIALOG WITH THE FACULTY SENATE PRESIDENT
President Ken WIlliamsonG. EXECUTIVE SESSION
The purpose of the Executive Session is to consider nominees for the D. Curtis Mumford Faculty Service Award, which will be awarded at University Day on September 16.H. NEW BUSINESS
In accordance with the Senate's Bylaws (Article IX, Section 3), the Senate President may call an Executive Session, which excludes all but elected and ex-officio members or their designated substitutes (proxies) and Senate Office staff. Before going into Executive Session, the Senate President must also announce the statutory authority for such action (Attorney General's Opinion #6996, I., D.).
Balloting will be limited to Senators, or their official representatives, and will occur after the Executive Session ends and the open meeting is again in session (in accordance with the above Article). Nomination materials distributed to Senators during the Executive Session marked 'CONFIDENTIAL' shall not leave the room and shall be collected prior to leaving the meeting.