Motions

 


 

Fall 2018 - Spring 2019

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September 19, 2018 Meeting

  • 18.67 Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved to approve the modified courses enclosed in his September 19, 2018 report.  The Senate approved of all course modifications and course deletion contained in Senator Gross’s report.

April 18, 2018 Meeting

  • 18.66 Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved to approve the modified courses enclosed in his April 18, 2018 report.  The Senate approved of all modifications contained in Senator Gross’s report.

March 14, 2018 Meeting

  • 18.65 Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved to approve the revised AA Liberal Arts degree to include the revised General Education Learning Outcomes (GELOs).  The Senate approved of the revised AA Liberal Arts degree, including the  revised GELOs.

February 21, 2018 Meeting

  • 18.64 Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved that the Faculty Senate accept the new programs and courses, modified programs and courses, and deletions of courses enclosed in his February 21, 2018 report.  The Senate approved of all proposals contained in Senator Gross’s report.
  • 18.63 Motion: On behalf of the Assessment Committee, Senator Judd moved that the Faculty Senate accept the revised Policy on Assessment (Policy Number L5.210).  The Senate approved of the revised policy.

January 24, 2018 Meeting

  • 18.62 Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved that the Faculty Senate accept the new programs and courses, modified programs and courses, and deletions of courses enclosed in his January 24, 2018 report.

December 6, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.61 Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved that the Faculty Senate accept the new courses, as well as the modifications of programs and courses, enclosed in his December 6, 2017 report.  The Senate approved of all proposals contained in Senator Gross’s report.

November 8, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.60: Motion: On behalf of the Foundations Committee, and in an effort to comply with UH EP 5.209, Senators Scotti and Cai move the Senate to approve the requirement that students entering Leeward Community College in Fall 2018 fulfill the Foundations-Quantitative Reasoning (FQ) requirement as part of their AA degree while continuing students may choose to fulfill either the Foundations-Symbolic Reasoning (FS) or the FQ requirement.
  • 17.59: Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved that the Faculty Senate accept the new programs and courses, modified programs and courses, and deletions of certificates and courses enclosed in his November 8, 2017 report.  The Academic Subject Certificate (ASC) in Music that was rejected at the last Faculty Senate meeting of October 18, 2017 was modified to require a minimum, rather than a range, of credits.  The modification to this ASC is recorded in Senator Gross’s addendum to his November 8, 2017 report.

October 18, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.58: Motion: On behalf of the Alternative Class Schedule Committee (ACSC), Senators Boydstun and Chou move that the Senate approve the committee's proposal that flexible scheduling be implemented campus-wide in Spring 2019.
  • 17.57: Motion: On behalf of the Ad Hoc Course Evaluation System Committee, Senators Oshiro and Walker move that the Faculty Senate Elections Committee send an online ballot to all faculty, including lecturers, to vote on campus-level questions and whether results will be shared with division chairs. The online vote will be conducted November 13-17, 2017.
  • 17.56: Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross moved that the Faculty Senate accept the new programs and courses, as well as the modifications of programs and courses, enclosed in his October 18, 2017 report.  The Senate approved of all proposals contained in Senator Gross’s report, with the exception of the Academic Subject Certificate (ASC) in Music.

September 20, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.55: Motion: On behalf of the Student Affairs Committee, Senators Bopp and Chou moved to change the date that students can change from a letter grade option to a CR/NC option from the first week of classes to the last day to withdraw.
  • 17.54: Motion: Senator Gross moved that the Faculty Senate accept the course modifications enclosed in his September 20, 2017 report.

August 23, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.53: Motion: Senator Tiana Loo moved that the Faculty Senate create an Ad Hoc Committee to review and revise the current Unsatisfactory Academic Progress (UAP) policyThe motion was rescinded at the September 20, 2017 meeting of the Faculty Senate.
  • 17.52: Motion: On behalf of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, Vice-Chair Oshiro moved that the Elections Committee create, administer, and report on a Faculty Senate Satisfaction Survey for Fall 2017.

May 3, 2017 Meeting 

  • 17:51: Motion: On behalf of Faculty Senate, Senators May and Judd moved to change the composition, organization, and scheduling of the Planning Process Review.

    According to BOR Policy RP 1.210, the Faculty Senate is the “duly authorized organization specified by each charter [that] shall have the responsibility to speak for the faculty on academic policy matters such as 2. Budget planning and implementation.” The Faculty Senate proposes that the

    1. Campus Council Planning Process Review Committee be designated a joint committee with the Faculty Senate.

    2. The committee membership should be composed of 50% faculty, including program coordinators, instructional and non-instructional faculty (division chairs excluded from this 50%)

    3. Meetings should begin in the Fall 2017 to allow participation by 9 month faculty.​

  • 17.50: Motion: On behalf of the Standing Committee on Assessment, Senator Judd moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the proposed revisions listed below to the currently approved Back Language Credit Policy:
    Back Language Credits: Students placed above the 101 level in Hawaiian or foreign languages offered at Leeward CC, can receive, at no additional cost, credits from the courses they are exempted from upon completing the next course in the sequence with the grade of C or higher. Students whose level is above that of 202, including native speakers of the languages, can receive credits for the full course sequence provided they register for and pass the highest course (202) in the sequence with a grade of C or higher.

April 12, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.49: Motion: On behalf of the FS Budget & Planning Committee, Senator May made a motion to add a one-year license for an Internet-based, plagiarism-prevention service (similar to Turnitin.com), approximately $12,865, to the planning lists.
  • 17.48: Motion: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved to approve HIT 192 and DMED courses and programs as submitted in the Curriculum Committee report dated March 2, 2017.

March 15, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.47: Motion: The Executive Committee moved that Faculty Senate strike out the “Assessment Notification” listed in Implementation #5 of the revised L5.201 Policy on Curriculum Review and Revision as requested by administration, and approve the policy as amended.
  • 17.46: On behalf of the Ad Hoc Course Evaluation System Committee, Senators Oshiro and Walker moved that the the Faculty Senate adopt the proposed Leeward CC Policy on Sharing Course Evaluation System results.
  • 17.45: On behalf of the Ad Hoc Course Evaluation System Committee, Senators Oshiro and Walker moved that the Faculty Senate Elections Committee send an online ballot to all faculty, including lecturers, to vote on a Tier 1 campus question and open-ended question option. The online vote will be conducted week of April 3-7, 2017.
  • 17.44: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate approve the retention of the Credit/No Credit grading option for all courses at Leeward.
  • 17.43: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following: New Programs: AS-IIT Associate in Science - Integrated Industrial Technology, CA-IIT Certificate of Achievement - Integrated Industrial Technology, CO-IIT Certificate of Competence - Integrated Industrial Technology, APC-SPED Advanced Professional Certificate in Special Education Mild/Moderate PK-12.
  • 17.42: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following: New Courses: NEW 171, NEW 101, NEW 131, NEW 121, NEW 151, NEW 201, NEW 221, NEW 231, NEW 251, NEW 205, NEW 271, NEW 281, ED 336.

February 15, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.41: The Faculty Senate grants the Legislative Relations Committee the permission to draft and submit testimonies on its behalf in support of HB 1594 and SB 1162.
  • 17.40: The Faculty Senate supports HB 1594 and SB 1162 to establish the University of Hawaii Promise Program to provide scholarships for the unmet direct cost needs of qualified students enrolled at any campus of the University of Hawaii system.
  • 17.39: On behalf of the Standing Committee on Assessment, I (Senator Judd) move that the Faculty Senate adopt the proposed changes listed below to the Prior Learning Assessment Manual (click here to view).
  • 17.38: Senator Wyatt motioned to vote on 3 course and 4 program proposals by email in lieu of a March 1 meeting.  Email vote will be due by March 1, 3 PM.

January 25, 2017 Meeting

  • 17.37: On behalf of the Ad Hoc Committee on Curriculum Review and Revision, Senator Boydstun moved that Faculty Senate accept the modifications to L5.201 Policy on Curriculum Review and Revision which address required standardized statements and grading policy.
  • 17.36: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following: Programs:  CO-ICS-HDS Help Desk
  • 17.35: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following: Course Modifications:  CHEM 151, CHEM 161, HIT 192, HIT 215, PHIL 100, PHIL 102, REL 151, REL 207, BIOC 141, BOT 101, BOT 101L, PHYS 100, MATH 241, MATH 242, MATH 243, MATH 244, HWST 160
  • 17.34: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following: New Courses: AG 170, AG 170L
  • 17.33: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following: Fast Track Grade Mode Changes:  ESL 1A, ESL 4A, ESL 7B, ESL 10B
  • 17.32: On behalf of the FS Budget & Planning Committee I would like to make a motion to request that more of an effort be made to make the operating budget understandable to the campus community and that financial analysis of the operating budget be shared with the campus. This financial analysis should include financial ratios, especially efficiency ratios, such as administrative costs (administrative expenses/total revenues), instructional expenses (including the growth of non-tenure track positions to tenure track positions), division, department, and program budgets, and track the growth in non-academic administrative and professional positions at Leeward CC. These ratios should be tracked over time for a minimum of the last 10 years (is the percentage growing or shrinking) and should be compared to other schools of comparable size (is our percentage of administrative costs in line with other schools, for example). The Faculty Senate requests that administration work with the Budget and Planning Committee to develop this report.
  • 17.31:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, Vice Chair Kosasa moved that Faculty Senate establish an Ad-Hoc Course Evaluation System (CES) Committee to gather faculty feedback and make recommendations for the new Course Evaluation System.
  • 17.30: Leeward CC Faculty Senate is asking the Chair to refer the matter of the resolution calling for a revised committee structure for BOR to the CCCFSC (Community College Council of Faculty Senate Chairs) for further discussion and input.
  • 17.29: Leeward CC Faculty Senate is asking Vice President of the Community Colleges John Morton to reconsider the standard “Transfer to Baccalaureate Institutions” from UHCCP # 4.203 Institution-Set Standards, because this standard is an inappropriate measure of student achievement for many of our non-program and terminal degree students.
  • 17.28: Leeward CC Faculty Senate is asking Vice President of the Community Colleges John Morton for clarification and details on how performance funding is tied to the achievement of the Aspirational Values of the UHCCP # 4.203 Institution-Set Standards.
  • 17.27:  For accreditation requirements, we approve UHCCP # 4.203 Institution-Set Standards, contingent upon the following:
  • 1. Each campus should be able to set their own Aspirational Values within the UHCCP # 4.203 Institution-Set Standards policy.
  • 2. “Native Hawaiian Degrees and Certificates Awarded” should be reworded to “Native Hawaiian Student Graduates” to match the language in UHCC’s strategic plan.

December 7, 2016 Meeting

  • 16.26:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, Vice Chair Kosasa moved that Faculty Senate rescind Motion 16.14: "The Leeward Community College Faculty Senate recommends that the Board of Regents consider adding a faculty representative to the Board to facilitate better communication operationally with the regents. The regent should be selected by the All Campus Council of Faculty Senate Chairs."
  • 16.25:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following Program Modification: ASC-ICS - Information and Computer Science; CA-CULN - Culinary Arts, CA-ICS-ISSP - Information Security, CA-ICS - Information and Computer Science, AS-ICS - Information and Computer Science, CO-ICS-HDS - Help Desk, CO-TCH-ACTE - Alternative Certification in Teaching Certificate of Competence
  • 16.24:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following Course Modifications: ECON 130, ECON 131, HWST 105, HWST 107, HWST 291, ICS 141, ICS 270, PHYS 170, PHYS 170L, PHYS 272, PHYS 272L, ICS 293D, SP 151, ED 310A, ED 311A, ED 312A, ED 313A, ED 314B
  • 16.23:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following New Courses: HWST 105L - Mea Kanu Hawai’i: Hawaiian Ethnobotany, SCI 295EN - STEM Research Experience in Engineering
  • 16.22:  Senator Cawdery moved that Faculty Senate allow Petersen Gross to correct a technical issue in KSCM to align with the Leeward 2016-17 Catalog page 131 regarding repeatable Music courses.
  • 16.21:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved to amend the submission of ED 330, ED 331, ED 332, ED 334 and ED 335 which were approved by the Faculty Senate on November 9, 2016. There is a technical problem with KSCM in which all prerequisites retained part of the original wording which was revised but would not go away.  Prerequisites incorrectly state: Complete this many years of degree 2 years of any associate-level degree or higher.
    Due to technical issues with Kuali the desired statement cannot be displayed properly at this time. "Complete this many years" was part of the original wording of the prerequisite that could not be removed. Petersen Gross is working to remove it and replace it with the description accepted by the Curriculum Committee which is:  Completed any 2 year associate-level degree or higher.
    We ask the Faculty Senate to accept the Curriculum Committee approved prerequisite statement over the incorrect statement which will be displayed until the technical issue is resolved.
  • 16.20:  Based on information presented in memorandums from VP for Academic Affairs Risa Dickson (April 20, 2015), President David Lassner (March 8, 2016), and milestones presented on the ITS Course Evaluation System website (http://www.hawaii.edu/its/course-evaluation-system/), the Leeward Community College Faculty Senate opposes the implementation of the New Course Evaluation System (CES) for the reasons outlined in the Manoa Faculty Senate Resolution 16.16 approved on May 4, 2016.

November 9, 2016 Meeting

  • 16.19: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following: Course Modifications:  ART 175, ART 176, ME 213, ICS 110M, ICS 129, ICS 151, ICS 240, ICS 251, ICS 281, ICS 282, PBT 250, PBT 275, PBT 290V.
  • 16.18:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following:  New Courses: ED 330, ED 331, ED 332, ED 334, ED 335.

October 19, 2016 Meeting

  • 16.17:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following:  Course Modifications: PHIL 101, PHIL 110, PHIL 211, THEA 101, THEA 170, ECON 120
  • 16.16:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following:  New Courses: MUS 166, JPNS 51, JPNS 151
  • 16.15:  On behalf of the Standing Committee on Assessment, I (Senator Judd) moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the proposed changes to the College Transfer Credit statement in both Leeward CC’s catalog and Prior Learning Assessment manual regarding 300+ course transfer credit.  Courses completed at other accredited colleges and universities with a grade of “D” or better may be transferable toward a Leeward CC degree. Some programs may require a grade of "C" or better. Upper division courses (numbered 300 or higher under the UH System’s course numbering system) may be applied to no more than 20% of the Leeward CC’s degree or certificate.
  • 16.14:  The Leeward Community College Faculty Senate recommends that the Board of Regents consider adding a faculty representative to the Board to facilitate better communication operationally with the regents.  The regent should be selected by the All Campus Council of Faculty Senate Chairs.  Faculty Senate rescinded the motion on December 7, 2016. See Motion 16.26. 

September 21, 2016 Meeting

  • 16.13: The Leeward CC Faculty Senate rejects the notion of publishing online “bio bibs” for instructional faculty as described in the proposed revision to Policy RP 9.214, Teaching Assignments for Instructional Faculty, because workload for community college faculty is clearly delineated in the UHPA contract and job performance is thoroughly vetted through contract renewal, tenure, promotion, and post-tenure reviews.
  • 16.12:  The Leeward CC Faculty Senate commends Senator Gross for his work on the new Kuali Student Curriculum Management system and for the assistance he provided to the campus community throughout the transition.
  • 16.11:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course modification:  ART 107D (3 cr).

August 24, 2016 Meeting 

  • 16.10: On behalf of the Faculty Senate, Senator Walker moved that Senate establish the Ad Hoc Committee to Review the Policy on Curriculum Review and Revision (L5.201).
  • 16.09: On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Fujita (Chair Albritton) moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course modifications:  PBT 141, PBT 200, PBT 200L, PBT 251, PBT 264.

Fall 2015 - Spring 2016

May 5, 2016 Meeting

  • [16.08] numbered in minutes as 16.06:  Senator Gross move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the following request in regards to the transition to the Kuali Student Curriculum Management (KSCM) on July 1, 2016.
  • [16.07] numbered in minutes as 16.05:  Senator Cawdery move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the changes to the Faculty awards based on committee work.
  • [16.06] numbered in minutes as 16.05:  On behalf of the [G]eneral [E]ducation [C]ommittee Senator West move[d] that the [F]aculty Senate adopt the WICHE interstate passport guidelines.
  • 16.05:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course deletions:  BUS 202, BUSN 105, BUSN 131, BUSN 192, BUSN 266, FIN 160, FIN 260, MGT 125B, MgT 125C, MGT 125D, MKT 160.
  • 16.04:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course modifications for the removal of prerequisites for the following:  PBT 141, PBT 200, PBT 200L, PBT 251, PBT 264.
  • 16.03:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course modifications:  ACC 124.
  • 16.02:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton moved that the Faculty Senate accept the recommendation for James Fujita to take the position of Curriculum Committee chair.
  • 16.01:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate, Senator Kosasa moved that we hold a new election for position of Faculty [S]enate Chari due to Della Anderson's appointment to Interim Vice Chancellor [Academic Affairs].

April 13, 2016 Meeting

  • 15.98:  On behalf of the FS Budget & Planning Committee, Senator May moved to request that the first step in the Leeward Community College Planning and Budgeting Process Timeline and Responsibilities 2016-2017 be a written report of the items from the previous year's planning lists that were and were not funded along with a rationale starting in 2016-2017.  This report should also include the operating budget and clearly show the relationship of the planning lists to the operating budget.
  • 15.97:  Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate approve the Institutional Planning List 2016-17 with the following addition:  A one-year Turnitin.com for approximately $12,865.  
  • 15.96:  Senator Albritton moved that Faculty Senate adopt the establishment of an ad hoc committee called the "Alternative Class Schedule" Committee whose purpose, membership and length of time shall be as follows:  See minutes for more.
  • 15.95:  In light of the Campus Purchased Electronic Equipment Contract dated January 27, 2016, that a Business Division faculty member refused to sign, forcing the faculty member to surrender their laptop computers, Senator May moved that faculty memebers should not be required to sign any contract that has not been reviewed by UH legal counsel and approved by Leeward CC administration.
  • 15.94:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the correct title from "Academic Support" to "Academic Services" made to the Charter, Article IV:  Membership [I]n and Composotion of the Faculty Senate, Section 4.
  • 15.93:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course deletions (3 courses):  ENG 19, ART 100, ART 114.
  • 15.92:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the current PROGRAM proposal questions in the Kuali Student Curriculum Management (KSCM) system.
  • 15.91:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the current COURSE proposal questions in the Kuali Student Curriculum Management (KSCM) system, the "red" questions, and the Distance Education (DE) questions.

March 16, 2016 Meeting

  • 15.90:  On behalf of the General Education [C]ommittee, Senator West moved that the Senate [a]ccept Foundations Quantitative Reasoning (FQ) General Education Core Requirement Hallmarks.
  • 15.89:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Walker move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article V:  Elections, Section 2 and 3.
  • 15.88:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Walker move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Charter, Article IV:  Membership in and Composition of the Faculty Senate, Section1.
  • 15.87:  On behalf of the Standing Committee on Program Review, Institutional Research, & Assessment, Senator Judd move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the proposed changes listed below to the Leeward CC Catalogue.
  • 15.86:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course deltions (3 courses): ENG 8, 18, and 21.
  • 15.85:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course addition:  WS 200.

February 17, 2016 Meeting

  • 15.84:  Senator Albritton (Liongson) moved that the Faculty Senate establish an ad-hoc committee for exploring modifications to the course schedule with the purpose of making recommendations to the Faculty Senate.  
  • 15.83:  Senator Lum (Cawdery) moved that the Ad Hoc Committee of BOR Excellence in Teaching and Frances Davis Aswards review the entire process including the timeline, the application and rubrics and provide comments and recommendations to the Chancellor's Office by the end of the calendar year- 2016.
  • 15.82:  On 1/16/16, Senator Kosasa (Lum) moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the creation of an Ad Hoc Committee-BOR Excellence in Teaching and Frances Davis Award, and that motion has been put back on the table.
  • 15.81:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa (Walker) moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the Definitions for the Charter and Bylaws.
  • 15.80:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa (Walker) moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the Special Rules of Order.
  • 15.79:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa (Walker) move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article VII:  Separability.
  • 15.78:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa (Walker) moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article VI:  Elections.
  • 15.77:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course deletions: ECOM 100B, ECOM 100C, ECOM 100D, ECOM 102, ECOM 110, ECOM 110B, ECOM 110C, ECOM 110D, ECOM 190, ECOM 190B, ECOM 190C, ECOM 190D, TIM 101.

January 20, 2016 Meeting

  • 15.76:  Senator Kosasa (CAWDERY) moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the creation of an Ad Hoc Committee-BOR Excellence in Teaching and Frances Davis Award.
  • 15.75:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 11:  Elections Committee.
  • 15.74:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 10:  Distance Education Committee.
  • 15.73:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 9:  General Education Committee.
  • 15.72:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 8:  Student Affairs Committee as amended by Senator Ota.
  • 15.71:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 7:  Assessment Committee.
  • 15.70:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 6:  Legislative Relations Committee.
  • 15.69:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 5:  Faculty Committee, as amended [by] Senator Cain.
  • 15.68:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 4:  Curriculum Committee.
  • 15.67:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 3:  Budget and Planning Committee as amended by Senator May.
  • 15.66:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 2:  Academic Support and Institutional Support Committee.
  • 15.65:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-Hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa move[d] that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Section 1:  Executive Committee.
  • 15.64:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following program modifications (program name):  Creative Media (ASC), Digital Media Production (AS), Digital Media Production (CO), Liberal Arts (AA), Teaching (AA).
  • 15.63:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following new programs (program name):  Hawaiian Language (ASC).
  • 15.62:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following (course names) course deletions:  ART 171 - Introduction to Western Art I (3 cr), ART 172, Introduction to Western Art II (3 cr), BOT 105 - Ethnobotany (3 cr), CHEM 100B - Chemistry and Man (4 cr), CHEM 151B - Elementary Survey of Chemistry (4 cr), HUM 200 - The Individual and the Arts (3 cr), OCN 196V - Directed Studies (1-6 cr), PHIL 140 - Problem Solving (3 cr), PHIL 212 - History of Western Philosophy II (3 cr), PHIL 213 - History of Western Philosophy III (3 cr), PHIL 250 - Ethics in Health Care (3 cr), PHYS 100B - Survey of Physics (4 cr), ZOOL 240 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 cr), ZOOL 241 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 cr).
  • 15.61:  On behalf of the Curriculum committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following (course names) modifications:  HIST 251 - Islamic Civilization (3 cr), HORT 110 - Hawaii Horticulture & Nutrition (3 cr), ICS 170 - Ethics for the Digital World (3 cr), ICS 172 - Network Design and Administration (3 cr), ICS 283 - Advanced Network Routing and Optimization (3 cr), MGT 120 - Principles of Management (3 cr), MGT 122 - Human Relations in Business (3 cr), MGT 124 - Human Resource Management (3 cr), PHYS 274 - General Physics III (3 cr), ZOOL 101 - Principles of Zoology (3 cr), ZOOL 200 - Marine Bilogy (3 cr).
  • 15.60:  On behalf of the Curriculum committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following (course names) new courses pending the changes of the prerequisites for CHEM 100, CHEM 151, PHYS 100:  BIOL 200L - Coral Reefs Laboratory (1 cr), BOT 130L - Plants in the Hawaiian Environment Laboratory (1 cr), CHEM 100 - Chemistry and Man (3 cr), CHEM 100L - Chemistry and Man Laboratory (1 cr), CHEM 151 - Elementary Survey of Chemistry (3 cr), CHEM 151L - Elementary Survey of Chemistry Laboratory (1 cr), HORT 110L - Hawaii Horticulture & Nutrition Lab (1 cr), PHYS 100 - Survey of Physics (3 cr), PHYS 100L - Survey of Physics Lab (1 cr), ZOOL 101L - Principles of Zoology Laboratory (1 cr), ZOOL 141 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I (3 cr), ZOOL 141L - Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab 1 (1 cr), ZOOL 142 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3 cr), ZOOL 142L - Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab II (1 cr), ZOOL 200L - Marine Biology Laboratory (1 cr).

December 2, 2015 Meeting

  • 15.59:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article IV:  Committees.
  • 15.58:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article III:  Meetings of the Senate.
  • 15.57:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article II:  Duties of the Executive Officers of the Faculty Senate.
  • 15.56:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Charter, Article V:  Election and Term of Office.
  • 15.55:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Charter, Article II:  Recognition and Transmission of Faculty Senate Actions and Charter, Article II:  Recognition and Transmission of Faculty Senate Actions and Charter, Article III:  Relationship of this Charter to Collective Bargaining Agreements.
  • 15.54:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Charter, Preamble and Charter, Article I:  Purpose and Function of the Faculty Senate.
  • 15.53:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article IV:  Committees.
  • 15.52:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Bylaws, Article I:  Duties of Senate Members.
  • 15.51:  On behalf of the Faculty Senate Ad-hoc Committee to Revise the Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the modifications made to the Charter, Article IV:  Membership in and Composition of the Faculty Senate.
  • 15.50:  Curriculum Chair, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt a fast tract process to eliminate ENG 21 as a prerequisite, co-requisite, recommended pre- or co-requisite, unless the individual faculty member teaching the course objects to the administrative course modification by contacting Curriculum Committee Chair Albritton by Dec. 17th, 11:59 PM.
  • 15.49:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following program modifications:  Accounting AS, CA, Business Technology  AS, CA, CO, Hospitality and Tourism CO, Management AS, Small Business Accounting CO, TIM ASC.
  • 15.48:  On behalf of the Curriculum committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following (1) course deletion:  REL 203.
  • 15.47:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course modifications:  BUSN 212, BUSN 188, BUSN 242, BUSN 269, BUSN 277, CULN 112, CULN 150, CULN 223, CULN 275, CULN 293E, CULN 211, ICS 100, ICS 101, ICS 141, SP 251, BUSN 193V.
  • 15.46:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following (7) new courses:  ESL 1A, ESL 4A, ESL 7B, ESL 10B, HOST 101, HOST 152, QM 75.

November 4, 2015 Meeting

  • 15.45:  On behalf of the Ad hoc committee on Senate Charter and Bylaws, Senator Kosasa moved that the Faculty Senaste shall adopt the process of seriatim to review the newly revised version of the Charter and Bylaws.
  • 15.44: The Faculty Senate hereby established the following Oral Communication Hallmarks:  See meeting minutes.
  • 15.43:  On behalf of the General Education Committee, Senator West, moved that the Faculty Senate establish an Oral Communications Focus Board.  The board is a semi-autonomous committee that will report to the Senate through the General Education Committee.  The board membership and function includes OC focus board membership and OC board functions.
  • 15.42:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following program deletions:  ADVANCED PROGRAMMING AND NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING (CO), WEB PROGRAMMING (CO), AND WEB SCIENCE (CO).
  • 15.41:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following program modifications:  BAKING (CO), BUSINESS ESSENTIAL (CO), CULINARY ARTS (CA), DINING ROOM SUPERVISION (CO), INFORMATION AND COMPUTER SCIENCE (AS), MANAGEMENT (CA), MANAGEMENT FOUNDATIONS (CO), NATURAL SCIENCE (NS).
  • 15.40:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following course modifications provided that FR 202 is listed correctly in the curriculum committee report (incorrectly listed as FR 201):  BUSN 270, BUSN 282, CULN 115, CULN 269, ED 282, ED 284, FR 201, FR 202, MATH 78, MATH 82, MATH 100C, MATH 103, MATH 111, MATH 115, MATH 231, MKT 120, SPAN 101, SPAN 102, THEA 222, THEA 260, THEA 262.  
  • 15.39:  On behalf of the Curriculum Committee, Senator Gross, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following new courses:  ED 282L, MATH 75, MATH 88.

October 14, 2015 Meeting

  • 15.38:  The Curriculum Committee Chair, Senator Albritton, moved that the FAculty Senate adopt the following new program and program modifications:  Information Security and Health Information Technology.
  • 15.37:  The Curriculum Committee Chair, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate delete the following courses:  CHEM 152B, CHEM 161B, CHEM 272B, CHEM 273B, HPER 124, HPER 161, HPER 230, IS 16, IS 221, MATH 16, TVPR 100, TVPR 115, TVPR, 120, TVPR 125, TVPR 130, TVPR 135, TVPR 140, TVPR 150, TVPR 200, TVPR 202, TVPR 212, TVPR 220, TVPR 225, TVPR 230, TVPR 235, TVPR 240, TVPR 245, TVPR 250, TVPR 251, TVPR 260, TVPR 270, TVPR 275, TVPR 280, TVPR 285, TVPR 290, TVPR, 293B, TVPR 295, TVPR 296.   
  • 15.36:  The Curriculum Committee Chair, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the following new course and modifications:  BIO101L, EE 296, ENG 272H, HIT 101, HIT 215, HIT 220, HIT 225, QM 78, ACC 124, ACC 125, ACC 201, ACC 202, BIO 101, ED 285, ED 291, ED 295, HIT 208, HIT 209, ICS 171, ICS 184, ICS 236, ICS, 240, MATH 100, MATH 135, QM 107C.

September 23, 2015 Meeting

  • 15.35:  The Curriculum Committee Chair, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt modification of the following courses:  HIT 102, HIT 108, HIT 115, HIT 171.

September 2, 2015 Meeting

  • 15.34: Senator Liongson moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the ACCJC Midterm Report of Leeward Community College.

Fall 2014 - Spring 2015

May 6, 2015 Meeting

  • Motion 15.33: I (Senator Stan May) hereby request that the Faculty Senate pass a resolution in honor of J.N. Musto’s work and recent retirement of service to the University of Hawaiʻi Professional Assembly (UHPA).
  • Motion 15.32: I (Senator Shelly Ota and the Student Committee) move(s) that the Faculty Senate approve the Student Committee revisions to the Student Academic Grievance Policy and Procedures.
  • Motion 15.31: On behalf of the Faculty Senate CCEP Ad Hoc Committee, I move that the CCEP Manual, 2015 revision, be approved as distributed.
  • Motion 15:30: The Faculty Senate College Credit Equivalency Program (CCEP) Ad Hoc Committee Chair commends the committee members for completing their designated task prior to the end of the 2014-2015 academic year, their sense of responsibility, and their time and effort in updating the 1976 CCEP Manual. Mahalo to the Faculty Senate CCEP Ad Hoc Committee Members.
  • Motion 15.29: Motion to continue the ad-hoc committee on the Faculty Senate Website for one more year.
  • Motion 15.28: On behalf of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Senate Charter/Bylaws revision, I move that the Faculty Senate extend the Ad-Hoc Committee’s work one more academic year, 2015-2016 in order to complete the revision of the FS Charter and Bylaws.

April 15, 2015 Meeting

  • Motion 15.27: On behalf of the Standing Committee on Program Review, Institutional Research & Assessment, Senator Judd moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the proposed changes listed below to the Program Review, Institutional Research, and Assessment Committee.
  • Motion 15.26: Senator Danny Wyatt moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the Institutional Priorities.
  • Motion 15.25: Vote to accept of the student evaluation documents crafted by the Student Evaluation Ad Hoc Committee.
  • Motion 15.24: The Curriculum Committee Chair, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate remove the Diversification Other (DO) category from the catalog and Banner.
  • Motion 15.23: The Curriculum Committee Chair, Senator Albritton, moved that the Faculty Senate adopt the SOC 250 modification outline.

March 18, 2015 Meeting

  • Motion 15.22: On behalf of the faculty senate, I move to acknowledge and express support for the work of Della Anderson in her leadership of OPPA.
  • Motion 15.21: On behalf of the Faculty Senate Budget and Planning Committee I would like to make a motion to request that the entire campus budget come to the Faculty Senate for review and input.
  • Motion 15.20: On behalf of the Ad-Hoc Committee on Senate Charter/Bylaws Revision, I move that the Faculty Senate adopt a revised version of Motion 15.15 from the Faculty Senate Special Meeting in February to include faculty recommendations from the online Faculty Forum.
  • Motion 15.19: On behalf of the elections committee, the Chair of the elections moves that the Faculty Senate adopt the following timeline: the voting period is to begin on Wednesday April 1, 2015. The EC has the authority to extend the voting period in the event that the voter turnout is too low.
  • 15.18 Motion: On behalf of the elections committee, the chair moves that the faculty Senate adopt the ballot recommendation to be used for the campus wide vote to amend the Faculty Senate Charter/Bylaws.
  • Motion 15.17: from Curriculum Chair to add “or ENG 24” to all courses that require ENG 21 or ENG 22.

February 18, 2015 Special Meeting

  • Motion 15.16: to create an ad hoc committee to facilitate faculty participation in a forum and encourage faculty to vote on new amendments to the FS Charter/Bylaws.
  • Motion 15.15: to adopt the language approved to all the amendments during the 1st reading.

February 18, 2015 Meeting

  • Motion 15.14: To adjourn the regular meeting.
  • Motion 15.13: To amend the status of the elections committee.
  • Motion 15.13: To extend regular meeting by an additional 15 minutes to accommodate completion of the review and modification of both the second amendment regarding the Election Process and the third amendment concerning the Election Committee status.
  • Motion 15.12: To adopt the amendment to the election process
  • Motion 15.11: To amend the amendment process
  • Motion 15.10: To approve program modifications to the following programs:Accounting (ASC), Accounting (AS), Hawaiian Studies (AA), Liberal Arts (AA), Natural Sciences (AS), Plant Biology and Tropical Agriculture (AS), Plant Biology and Tropical Agriculture (CA).
  • Motion 15.09 to delete the following courses: ACC 150, IS100.
  • Motion 15.08 to approve modifications to the following courses:ACC 134, ACC 137, ACC 252, ACC 255, ANTH 151, ANTH 215, ANTH 215L, ASTRO 110, BUSN 164, BUSN 170, BUSN 250, DMED 130, IS103, TVPR 211, TVPR 227, TVPR 292, TVPR 293C.
  • Motion 15.07 to approve the following new courses: DMED 160, HIST 288, IS10, SOC295, SW200.
  • Motion 15.06: To poll faculty regarding the MTWR scheduling.
  • Motion 15.05: To correct the clerical error in the numbering pattern in the agenda as noted by the Chair.
 

January 21, 2015 Meeting

  • Motion 15.04: To change the language of the MoA FS section and other sections to remove the word “faculty” and replacing "other" with "additional" in 7) Review of the University and/or campus mission, strategic planning directions and goals, and related budget and assessment decisions. This responsibility may be exercised through campus budget and/or planning committees that may include other additional shared governance entities of the Faculty Senates responsibility on each campus.
  • Motion 15.02: To approve the following program modifications as recommended by the Curriculum Committee Chair: Database Support (CO); Digital Media Production (AS); Digital Media Production (CA); Digital Media Production (CO); Digital Video for the Web (CO); Graphic Design (CO); Information and Computer Science (AS); Mobile Developer (CO); Software Developer (CO); Web Design (CO).
  • Motion 15.01: To approve the following new courses and course modifications as recommended by the Curriculum Committee Chair: CHEM 161; CHEM 161L; CHEM 162; CHEM 162L; DMED 241; DMED 251; DMED 261; BIOL 100 (mod); BUSN 193V (mod); EE 213 (mod); ICS 110M (mod).

December 10, 2014 Meeting

  • Motion 14:98: To approve these program modifications, Baking (CO); Culinary Arts (AS); Culinary Arts (CA); Dining Room Supervision (CO); Management (AS); Management (CA); Philippine Studies (ASC); Writing (ASC).
  • Motion 14:97: To approve these course delections, DMED 113; DMED 121; DMED 220; DMED 293; ICS 110; MATH 50H.
  • Motion 14:96: To approve these course modifications, AG 112; FIL 101; FIL 102; FIL 201; FIL 202; FSHN 100; FSN 185; ICS 100; ICS 101; ICS 111; ICS 141; ICS 211; ICS 212; ICS 241; ICS 236; MATH 205; MATH 232; MICR 130; SP 151; SOC 231.
    Motion 14:95: To approve these new courses, HIT 192; HOST 154; ICS 215; MATH 78; PBT 251.
  • Motion 14:94: To approve this new course, ART 290.
  • Motion 14:93: To approve deletion of 281 courses in the Curriculum Central.

November 19, 2014 Meeting

  • Motion 14:92: That the Faculty Senate develop and create an FS Primer for Faculty Senators to become familiar with the order and conduct of business of the FS.
  • Motion 14:91: To approve the proposed draft of MOA on Faculty Senate and UHPA with edits, except signatories.
  • Motion 14:90: To approve this program modification, Health Information Technology (AS).
  • Motion 14:89: To approve this program modification, Global Studies (ACS).
  • Motion 14:88: To approve these course deletions, ANTH 199; ANTH 299; ANTH 210; ED 286; ED 287; PSY 250; WS 290E.
  • Motion 14:87: To approve these course modifications, ACC 132;BUS 201; BUSN 166; ED 284; ED 289; ED 294; ED 295A; ED 295B; ENG 24; HSER 100; HSER 140; HSER 160; HSER 245; HSER 248; HSER 256; HSER 268; HSER 294; HSER 295; THEA 101; THEA 170; THEA 280.
  • Motion 14:86: To approve a new course, ENG 24C.
  • Motion 14:85: To approve a new course, ED 289A.
  • Motion 14:84: To approve a new course, ED 285A.
  • Motion 14:83: To approve a new course, ED 284A.

October 22, 2014 Meeting

  • Motion 14:82: That the E-Focus Committee to establish the hallmarks be comprised of representatives from all the six divisions.
  • Motion 14:81: To rescind a decision made in the October 1, 2014 Faculty Senate meeting as reflected in Motion 14:71.
  • Motion 14:80: To create an assessment committee to facilitate the ongoing collegewide assessment.
  • Motion 14:79: To hold the Faculty Senate elections as originally scheduled, and acknowledge that this is a one-time exemption to the current by-laws.
  • Motion 14:78: To table this discussion until “New Business”, 6B, in this meeting’s agenda.
  • Motion 14:77: To approve a program modification, Teaching (AA).
  • Motion 14:76: To approve these course deletions, ART 199; ART 299; ART 299E; ART 99; DRAM 170; DRAM 176; DRAM 199; DRAM 230; DRAM 262; DRAM 280; DRAM 299; DRAM 299C; EALL 271; EALL 272; HIST 199; HIST 299; HUM 299; ICS 199; ICS 299; MUS 199; MUS 299; PHIL 299.
  • Motion 14:75: To approve these course modifications, COMM 210H, ED 291, ED 295, ED 296.
  • Motion 14:74: To approve a new course, HIT 200.

October 1, 2014 Meeting

  • Motion 14:73: To approve the creation of an ad hoc committee for Faculty Senate Website Development to improve access to information and documentation of the Leeward CC Faculty Senate.
  • Motion 14:72: To approve the establishment of an E Focus Committee which is charged with the review and approval of E Focus hallmarks, as well as the approval of courses applying to meet the E Focus requirement. This committee will report on courses approved to the Senate through the General Education Foundations Chair (similar to the WI and D focus committees).
  • Motion 14:71: To approve the addition of an E Focus graduation requirement to Leeward Community College’s AA degree. This will take effect for students entering in the Fall 2015. This will be called the Contemporary Ethical Issues Focus and will have an ETH or E designation in the Banner.
  • Motion 14:70: To approve these program modifications, Automotive Technology (CO); Automotive Technology (CA); Automotive Technology (AAS).
  • Motion 14:69: To approve these course deletions, AG 44; CHEM 251; ENG 250; ENG 251; ENG 252; ENG 253 ; ENG 254; ENG 255; ENG 256; ENG 257N; FSHN 190; ICS 193D; ICS 193D/293D; MATH 1; MATH 206L; MATH 27; MATH 50C.
  • Motion 14:68: To approve a course modification, HIST 241.
  • Motion 14:67: To approve a course modification, BUSN 286.
  • Motion 14:66: To approve a course modification, BIOL 101.
  • Motion 14:65: To approve these course modifications, AMT 30, AMT 40, AMT 53, AMT 55.
  • Motion 14:64: To approve a new course, PHIL 111.
  • Motion 14:63: To delete the 19 Certificates of Completions (CCs) in Curriculum Central: All Certificates of Completions (CCs) were converted to Certificate of Competence (COs) in AY 2013-2014 to comply with the new system policy: UHCCP #5.203 Program Credentials: Degrees and Certificates (2013), so the CCs in Curriculum Central need to be deleted.
  • Motion 14:62: To have the Curriculum Committee Chair open up field #2 of the SOC 250’s core
    outline and add the designation ‘H’ to the course number (SOC 250H).

September 3, 2014 Meeting

  • Motion 14:61: The Faculty Senate to approve Senator Lopes to chair the Contingent/Adjunct Faculty Committee.
  • Motion 14:60: For the Faculty Senate to approve the right of Division Chairs to be allowed to monitor who in their division voted halfway through the Faculty Senate Election.
  • Motion 14:59: Administrative Support (Hospitality, Legal, Medical) (CC); Health Care Management (CC); Medical Receptionist (CC); Music (ASC); Office Coordinator (CC).
  • Motion 14:58: To approve these course deletions, EALA 261; ELLA 262; ELI 10; ELI 2; ELI 21; ELI 22; ELI 3; ELI 4; ELI 9; ENG 1B; ENG 2; ENG 201 WI; ENG 215 WI; ENG 217; ENG 257H; ENG 2B; GER 101; GER 102; JOUR 285; JPNS 99.
  • Motion 14:57: To approve a course modification, BIOL 101.
  • Motion 14:56: To approve the Faculty Senate Chair’s nominations for Faculty Senate representatives for OCEWD, Student Services and Lectures.
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