Faculty Senate Meeting 
Tuesday, July 13, 1999; 
2:00 p.m. Columbia Room 

(1) Call to Order 

(2) Call of the Roll: 
Present: Joel Alexander, Chehalis Strepp, Carl Stevenson, Linda Stonecipher, Laura Riolli-Saltzman, Judy Bullington, Carol Harding, Janeanne Rockwell-Kincanon, Sarah Boomer, Mike Ward, Irja Galvan, Rebecca March-McCannell, Linda Keller, and John Minahan 

(3) Corrections/Approval of previous minutes, Agenda Adjustments: 
Susan Woods' previous minutes have not been located; notes or tape recording will be searched for. 

(4) Reports of the Presidents: 
Senate President: Introduction President of Western Oregon University: John Minahan addressed the following - (a) Working under existing budget until legislature convenes 
(b) Summarized courses approved by curriculum committee 
(c) North Coast Expansion: - Newport/Tilamook/Astoria programs will emphasize 300 level curriculum, most a duplicate of existing courses - Assessment of potential students shows that criminal justice, computer science, business strong components; art in question - Estimated 6-7 adjunct faculty coast residents targeted for hire 
(d) new one-year catalog out in August; next year's should be a four-year catalog 
(e) summer enrollment steady; several questions about summer program management and future course offerings addressed Student Body President: absent 

(5) Reports of the Interinstitutional Faculty Senators: 
Irja Galvan - no report 

(6) Reports of the Faculty Senate Sub-Committees: 
no report - Committee on Committees: Carl Stevenson and Rebecca Marsh-McCannell volunteered for two new positions 

(7) Consideration of old business: 
- new Secretary: Sarah Boomer - new Vice President: subject for first fall meeting; contact Joel if interested in nomination (should have one year minimum senate experience). Job duties: holding elections, filling in for Senate President, and attending executive committee meetings 

(8) Plans for Upcoming Year: ("Homework" for Senators) Honor Code: 
- address need for code vs. improved syllabi - collect codes from other schools; review current handbook - address avenues for solving cases (in-house vs. judicial affairs) - address mentoring junior faculty - suggestion: include discussions with Student Senate Writing Intensive Courses: - Review approval process - Review requirements - Review Teaching - Review follow-up process Add New Issues: gather from Division/Department