Sally Francis, Interim Graduate School Dean, Jacque Rudolph, Human Resources Director, and Andy Hashimoto, Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, will discuss the graduate student unionization plans and impacts, if approved.
Rubin Landau will represent AAUP and present concerns regarding Post-Tenure Review.
Rob Specter, Vice President for Finance & Administration, will report on the budget allocation to OSU.
Bylaws and Nominations Committee
Maggie Niess , Chair, will discuss the nomination process for Faculty Senate President-Elect and Executive Committee and Interinstitutional Faculty Senators.
Anyone Involved with Curriculum Development or Review is invited to attend a Curriculum Proposal Workshop on Friday, October 15, from 9:00-11 AM in 122 Crop & Soil Science Building. Everything you might want to know about submitting successful Category I and II curriculum proposals will be covered: what they are, where you can find the forms and status reports, how to fill out and submit the forms, and the review process. Experienced curriculum proposal writers as well as new comers will benefit from this workshop.
Maggie Niess, Bylaws and Nominations Chair, is accepting recommendations for 1) President-Elect, 2) Executive Committee members, and 3) Interinstitutional Faculty Senate representatives. Nominations may be forwarded to her in Science & Math Education or via electronic mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for nominations is October 8. NOTE: If Senators wish to make a nomination from the floor at the November meeting, they must have prior approval from the nominee.
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