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Academic Senate: Synopsis: 2004 - 2005
Action Items from the Academic Senate
October 7, 2004
Established an ad hoc committee to update and propose changes for the Senate’s Constitution and By Laws.
February 15, 2005
Approved an interdisciplinary Philosophy/Political Science major.
March 4, 2004
Approved the new Honors Program.
Approved the changes in the former Peace Studies Program to a Social Justice Program.
Established an ad hoc committee to examine the University’s participation in the Fair Labor Association, and to consider affiliating with the Workers’ Rights Consortium.
April 11, 2005
Supported the resolution prepared by the ad hoc committee on examining membership in the FLA or the WRC and sent to the President and Officers of the University.
Elected officers of the Academic Senate for 2005-06:
Chair: Sr. Angela Hoffman, O.S.B., Associate Professor of Chemistry
Secretary: Diane Sotak, Associate Librarian
Committee on Committees - Dr. Jeff Gauthier, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Rank & Tenure - Dr. Louis Masson, Professor of English
Teaching & Scholarship - Sr. Carol Dempsey, O.P. Associate Professor of Theology
Faculty Welfare - Dr. Susan Baillet, Associate Professor of Psychology
Curriculum & Academic Regulations - Dr. Karen Eifler, Associate Professor of Education