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Title: Faculty Senate meeting minutes
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Language: English
Creator: Faculty Senate, University of Florida
Publisher: Faculty Senate, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: April 15, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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Faculty Senate Meeting
Minutes
April 15, 2010
3:00 -5:00 P.M.
Reitz Union Auditorium

The meeting was called to order at 3:00 PM

The minutes of the March 18, 2010 Senate meeting were approved.

Reports

Chair's Report Jack Mecholsky, Faculty Senate Chair
Jack Mecholsky reported that a Senate meeting will be held on May 6 from 3-6 PM in the Pugh Hall auditorium.

President's Report Bernie Machen, President
Bernie Machen updated the Senate on the legislative session.

Provost's Report Joe Glover, Provost
Joe Glover updated the Senate on the most recent FEO awards. He answered questions on the documentary film
institutive students and travel to Haiti.

Chair Elect Election
Scott Nygren was elected chair elect.

Action Items

Council chair term limits Mark Bishop, COC chair
The proposal was approved.

PhD in Public Health, College of PHHP Ken Gerhardt, Associate Dean of the Graduate School
The proposal was approved.

Tenure and promotion criteria for merged departments Mary Ann Ferguson, Welfare Council member
The proposal was approved.

Directed Discussion

Open Source Publications Amy Gorelick, University Press
Amy Gorelick presented information on open source publications including the benefits and drawbacks of open
access textbooks. Some benefits are that publications are free, hard copies are less expensive for students, students
are able to buy a book, print out individual pages or view the text online, the use of open source texts can fit into
any teaching style and can be put into a CMS system and used with a professor's own supplemental materials.
Additionally, open source texts are available forever. Some drawbacks to open source textbooks are that there are
still costs associated with creating an open source book such as having the book peer reviewed, copy edited and
typeset. There are fewer "bells and whistles" associated with open source books such as supplemental materials,
graphics, photos, test guides and instruction manuals. Gorelick also discussed incentives and intellectual property.

Information Items

Open Access and the library's institutional repository Judy Russell, University Libraries Dean
Dean Russell presented information on open access and the library's institutional repository.








Use of force report
Chief Stump presented the annual UFPD Use of Force report.


Linda Stump, UPD Chief


Intercollegiate Athletic Committee Report Jill Varnes, NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative
Jill Varnes presented the annual Intercollegiate Athletic Committee report.

Proposal to create a department of linguistics in CLAS
Department changes in PHHP and COM Joe Glover, Provost
Credit Hour Increase for an Electrical Engineering Degree
Mark Law, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs College of Engineering

These proposals will be action items at the May Senate meeting.


Academic Assessment Committee Language
This proposal will be action items at the May Senate meeting.


Jim Seale, Constitution Committee Chair


Effort Reporting Scott Nygren, SCORS Chair
Scott Nygren presented information on effort reporting. He noted that there are both state and federal
requirements that must be met for effort reporting and explained the differences in the assignment report, effort
report and instructional workload report.


The meeting adjourned at 4:48 PM


Attendees:
Peter Adams
Monika Ardelt
Lorena Baccaglini
Marylou Behnke
David Bloomquist
Ashley Booth
Joy Borgman
Gijs Bosman
Jane Brockmann
Cheri Brodeur
Amy Buhler
Regina Bussing
William Castleman
Louis Cattafesta
Nico Cellilnese
George Christou
Nereyda Clark
Donald Cohen
Robert Cook
Betsy Creveling
Oscar Crisalle
Barbara Curbow
Larry Duncan
Mary Ann Ferguson
Jane Gannon
Wayne Griffin


Davidd Groisser
David Hahn
Frederick Hamann
Brian Harfe
Jeffrey Harman
Alice Harmon
Edward Hart
Marc Heft
Richard Hill
Pat Hogue
Shannon Holliday
David Janicke
Rebecca Jordi
William Kem
James Klausner
Shawn Kneipp
Stephen Lewis
Chihray Liu
Greg MacDonald
Todd Manini
Tim Martin
Sue McGorray
Mike Meldrum
Deb Mitra
Martha Monroe
Giuseppe Morelli
Cynthia Morton


Carol Murphy
Satya Narayan
Vasudha Narayanan
Michael Nussbaum
Scott Nygren
Mark Orazem
Marc Ottenga
Nancy Poehlmann
Deborah Popovich
William Properzio
Emily Pugh
David Quillen
Patrick Reakes
David Reed
Victoria Rovine
Sandra Russo
Mary Beth Salisbury
Wolfgang Sigmund
Susan Sinnott
Daniel Siragusa
Clay Smith
Stephen Smith
Keith Stanfill
Bruce Stevens
Ghatu Subhash
Michael Sweat
Joseph Tepas






Sevan Terzian
Kevin Thompson
Barry Tillman
Mark Tillman
Jill Varnes
Tom Wichman
Sally Williams
George Wilson
Jennifer Zedalis
Dana Zimmel

Guests:
Carol Kem
Dianna Corington
Amy Gorelick
Caroline Wiltshire
Mary Peoples Sheps
Stephanie Hanson
Amanda Adimoolah
K Karey

Liaisons:
Mark Bishop
Henry Frierson
Paula Fussell
Joe Glover
Michael Good
Ellis Greiner
Michael Perri
Judith Russell
David Sammons
Jim Seale




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