FACULTY SENATE AGENDA
A. ACTION ITEMS
- Thursday, February 14, 2013
- 3:00-5:00 PM
- LaSells Stewart Center
Construction & Engineering Hall
B. SPECIAL REPORTS
- Category I Proposals
Mike Bailey, Curriculum Council Chair, will present for approval the following Category I proposals:
- Renaming an Academic Program from Women Studies Program to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies#84962
- Graduate Council Recommendations
Jim Coakley, Graduate Council Chair, will present for approval the below two recommendations:
C. COMMITTEE REPORTS
- Proposed Civility Policy
Richard Fields, Office of Equity and Inclusion, will present information related to a proposed civility policy.
- Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse Training
Dave Blake, Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, will outline training opportunities related to the mandatory reporting of child abuse by OSU employees.
D. INTERINSTITUTIONAL FACULTY SENATE REPORT
Stefanie Buck, Computing Resources Committee Chair, and Lynn Greenough, Technology Across the Curriculum, will present information related to
implementation of the Blackboard plagiarism prevention tool, SafeAssign. Please review the below materials in preparation of the presentation.
- Open Access Policy
Marit Bovbjerg and Rich Carter, Library Committee members, will present information related to a proposed Open Access policy and respond to inquiries from Senators.
E. INFORMATION ITEM
- Bob Mason, OSU Interinstitutional Faculty Senate senior Senator and IFS President, will briefly recap the January IFS meeting which was held in Corvallis.
F. REPORT FROM AND DIALOG WITH THE PROVOST
- Category I Approval
The campus community should take appropriate action to update their records to reflect approval of the following OSU Category I proposal by the
OUS Provosts’ Council in December 2012 with an effective date of Fall 2012; this proposal does not require State Board approval
- New Certificate Program Proposal – College and University Teaching
This 18-credit hour graduate certificate is designed to provide advanced coursework and experiential learning opportunities to current OSU
graduate students who plan to pursue careers in teaching and instruction in higher education settings or who plan to pursue careers that
require similar skill sets in facilitation.
G. REPORT FROM AND DIALOG WITH THE FACULTY SENATE PRESIDENT
H. NEW BUSINESS
- Sabah Randhawa, OSU Provost and Executive Vice President
IN ORDER TO PROPERLY RECORD MINUTES OF THE SENATE MEETING,
ALL SENATORS ARE REMINDED TO IDENTIFY THEMSELVES
AND THEIR SENATE AFFILIATION WHEN RISING TO SPEAK.
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