1994-09-26 Faculty Senate meeting

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Faculty Senate
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1994-09-26
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Wichita State University , Faculty Senate , Shared governance , Meeting Agenda , Meeting minutes
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Faculty Senate. Agenda and minutes of the meeting of September 26, 1994. -- Faculty Senate Meetings, 1994-1995, v.8
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Agenda: (Informal statements and proposals) -- (President's report) -- (New business): a. Rules Committee report -- b. Faculty evaluation response -- (Old business): a. Ad Hoc committee on Non-Tenurable Teachers report - continued from 9/12/94
Attachments: President's letter regarding Board of Regents addressing Teaching Evaluation issues / Joyce Cavarozzi -- Faculty evaluation in the Kansas Regents System - 1994
Minutes: Summary of action: 1. Ad Hoc Committee on Faculty Status and Unclassified Professional Full-Time Teachers report -- accepted part I -- (Informal statements): Question regarding Executive Committee identifying ways the Senate could make position stronger the Regents / Senator Duell -- Library funding document and concerns / Senators Houts, Eaglesfield, and Wahlbeck -- (President's report): Information concerning a visit to campus by Regent Karen Krepps on Friday, November 4 -- Run Against Hunger participation -- (Committee reports): Rules Committee nominations submissions for College of Education, General Education, and Faculty Affairs / Senator Campbell -- Announcement of vacancies on the Planning and Budget Committee from LAS Social Sciences, LAS Math/Natural Sciences, Fine Arts, or Academic Services -- (Old business): Continuation of discussion of the Ad Hoc committee on Non-tenurable Teachers report / Senator Paske -- (New business): Discussion of faculty evaluation response / President Cavarozzi
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Wichita State University
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Wichita State University Faculty Senate Archives
;v.8
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