Senate meeting Wed 3PM Knight Library

Highlights? 


Bean speaks, Mullens’s random policy on pot tests, faculty reviews of administrators.

Senate Meeting Agenda – November 7, 2012

Knight Library Room 101, 3:00‐5:00 pm
3:00 pm 1. Call to Order
       1.1 Approval of the Minutes of the May 9 & 23, 2012 Meetings
3:05 pm 2. State of the University
2.1 Remarks by University President Michael Gottfredson
2.2 Questions and Comments with Response
2.3 Remarks by Provost James C. Bean
2.4 Questions and Comments with Response
3:25 pm 3. New Business
3.1 OAR on Random Drug Testing; Robert Kyr, Senate President
3.2 Financial Conflict of Interest in Research Policy
Beth Stormshak, Associate Vice President for Research
3.3 Motion: Faculty Input into Hiring Executive Administrators;
Bill Harbaugh, Senator (Economics)
3.4 Motion: Review of Executive Administrators
(Harbaugh)
3.5 Motion: Release Time to Enhance Senate Effectiveness
Frank Stahl, Professor Emeritus (Biology)
3.6 Motion (Resolution): Inequity in ORP Contribution Rates;
Christopher Sinclair, Assistant Professor (Mathematics)
4:20 pm 4. Open Discussion
4.1 UO Police Department Transition Update; Carolyn McDermed,
Interim Chief
4.2 Assessment; Ken Doxsee, Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
4:40 pm 5. Reports
5.1 ASUO Report; Laura Hinman, ASUO President
5.2 UA Senate Liaison Committee; David Luebke, Chair
5.3 Election of Senate Vice President in December;
Robert Kyr, Senate President
4:55 pm 6. Announcements and Communications from the Floor
6.1 Notice of Motion: Performance Review of Provost James C. Bean;
Nathan Tublitz, Professor (Biology)
6.2 Notice of Motion: Support for Maintaining 4J Neighborhood
Schools; Mark Gillem, Associate Professor (AAA)
5:00 pm 7. Adjournment
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  1. Anonymous says:

    Bean’s going to announce retirement at end of AY?

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