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ACADEMIC SENATE

 

MINUTES

 

February 6, 2003

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.                                                                      ACADEMIC SENATE CHAMBERS

Members Present: Arkenberg, Bedell, Boyum, Buck, Cox, Emry, Erickson, Fitch, Fromson, Gannon, Gilbert, Gordon, Guerin, Hagan, Hewitt, Jeremiah, Junn, Kim, Meyer, Nanjundappa, Parker, Parman, Pasternack, Perkins, Putcha, Randall, Reisman, Rhoten, Rimmer, Roberts, Russell, Rutemiller, Schroeder, Shapiro, Sutphen, Szeszulski, Taulli, Vargas, Wolverton and Wong 

 

Members Absent:  Abdelwahed, Jones, Klassen, Sawicki, Smith and Tavakolian

 

I.              CALL TO ORDER

Chair Gilbert called the meeting to order at 11:33 a.m., and welcomed the Senators back for the spring semester.  Chair Gilbert asked the members of the Senate to join him in observing a moment of silence in memory of Clark Davis, a colleague in the History Department. 

 

II.            URGENT BUSINESS

None.

 

III.          ANNOUNCEMENTS

Senator Nanjundappa announced the CFA Welcome Reception on Thursday, February 13 at noon in the Academic Senate Chambers.

 

Senator Fromson announced that Steve Murray [Biology] has been appointed to the National Marine Protected Areas Federal Advisory Board.   

 

Senator Sutphen announced that Senator Fitch and Renae Bredin have been selected to attend the International Faculty Partnership Seminar in June that will be held in Paris.  She also announced the University Club Theatre dates for this semester have been set for March 2 at 2 p.m., THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR and April 27 at 5 p.m., CANDIDE.  

 

Senator Jeremiah announced that Cal State Fullerton’s softball team beat the No.1 ranked UCLA last week and that our baseball team swept No. 3 Stanford.

 

Chair Gilbert announced David Spence and Jackie Kegley have asked for nominations for faculty to review curriculum proposals for Ed.D.  If interested, contact Chair Gilbert.  

 

IV.         CHAIRS REPORT

None.

 

V.           CONSENT CALENDAR

M/S/P [Bedell/Nanjundappa] to adopt the following Consent Calendar:

A.      ASD 02-139 Academic Senate Minutes 12-12-02

B.      ASD 03-02 Fall 2002 Graduate New Course Proposal

C.      ASD 03-07 Fall 2002 Undergraduate New Course Proposals

D.   NOMINEES TO MISC. COMMITTEES

Institutional Review Board (Spring 03 term)

Nominee:    Paul Lester (COMM)

 

Time Certain

11:45 a.m.

Bill Barrett, Associate Vice President for Administration

Joe Ferrer, Director of Parking

Subject:  Parking Update

 

Bill Barrett and Joe Ferrer were invited to join the Senate for an update on the current parking situation. Barret noted that the demand for parking permits continues to rise along with increasing operating costs. The number of daily permits for faculty and staff remain steady at 1837.  He explained that the campus will not lose many parking spaces this semester except for the PA project. Construction of the parking structure in Lot C-D is scheduled to begin June, 2003, and will take one year for completion.  Barrett stated that everything is being done to restore a similar number of faculty/staff slots as will be removed with the construction of the parking garage.  Every effort is being made to pursue other options for additional parking and welcomes any suggestions from the campus community.

 

VI.         UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A.   ASD 02-132 Revised UPS 411.104 Policy on Online Instruction

      It was m/s [Fromson/Reisman] to approve document ASD 02-132 Revised UPS 411.104. 

 

It was m/s and accepted as a friendly amendment on page 1, line 7 to insert “or more” between the word one-third and of.

 

It was m/s/and failed [Shapiro/Rimmer] on page 3, line 4 to insert “approved” after the word University.

 

It was m/s and accepted as a friendly amendment on page 2, line 9 to insert the word “Support” between the word Faculty and Rights.

 

It was m/s [Sutphen/Fitch] on page 3, to eliminate lines 3 and 4. 

 

It was m/s [Randall] a substitute motion on page 3, line 4 to insert “or other approved computer server” after the word University and delete the words computer servers.   

 

It was m/s and accepted as a friendly amendment to Randall’s substitute motion changing the word “server” to “services.”

 

Motion carried on the substitute motion as amended.  

 

It was m/s/p [Fitch] on page 3, line 4 to insert “CITO and Dean” between the word other and approved.

 

It was m/s and failed [Russell/Nanjundappa] to amend the document on page 4, line 19 beginning with “shall provide evidence to the college curriculum committee to insert “including evidence of consultation with related departments or disciplines.”

 

It was m/s/ and accepted as a friendly amendment to include General Education Committee on page 4, under section B line 12. 

 

Motion carried to approve ASD 02-132 Revised UPS 411.104 as amended.

 

VII.       NEW BUSINESS

Due to time constraints, ASD 03-05 Academic Senate of California State University Resolution Related to Student Fees in the CSU: Mitigating Their Effects, and ASD 03-06 Academic Senate of California State University Resolution Related to Opposition to a Decrease in CSU Funding Tied to an Increase in Student-Faculty Ratio were not discussed.  Chair Gilbert asked the members that if they have any concerns or suggestions about either of the two resolutions to let him know. 

 

The meeting adjourned at 1:00 p.m.