THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE

UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE

MINUTES

SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

 

PRESENT:                                 Michael Day, George Davida, Laurie Glass, Marcia Parsons,

                                                Dave Schultz, and Ann Snyder (Chair)

 

I.          CALL TO ORDER AND APPROVAL OF AGENDA

            Ann Snyder called the meeting to order at 1:05 p.m. The agenda was approved as presented.

 

II.            APPROVAL OF MINUTES

            Minutes from the September 4, 2001 meeting were approved as presented.

 

III.            CHANCELLOR AND PROVOST REPORT

None

 

IV.            CHAIRPERSON’S REPORT & ANNOUNCEMENTS

A.         The SBA Executive Committee sent seven names for candidates for the SBA Dean Search Committee. Eighteen names were requested.

B.         The SECC kick-off is Wednesday, October 3 at noon.

C.         A discussion of engagement and the UC’s role in presenting this information to the faculty was initiated by the chair. A motion was made by Marcia Parsons to distribute a message to the Senate stating that George Davida’s summary of the prior discussion of engagement with Sona Andrews was not representative of the University Committee. Michael Day seconded the motion. There was no objection to considering this motion at this time. Vote: 4 aye, 1 nay, 1 abstain. Motion passed.

D.         There will be a presentation on the report done by the Task Force on Women at UWM on Tuesday, September 25 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in Bolton 150.

V.            MEMBER’S REPORTS

            A.             Laurie Glass is the Faculty Representative for Team UWM.

B.         Marcia Parsons and David Schultz attended the APBC meeting. They went over last year’s report. Budget requests for the next biennia can be submitted next month.

C.         Michael Day will be attending the meetings concerning parking and the Klotsche Center addition on September 13, 18, and 26. He will represent the UC at these meetings.

D.         Dave Schultz attended the Rules Committee meeting. Resolutions from Prof. Renda and Prof. Schwartz concerning Marder have been forwarded to the UC.

 

VI.        OLD BUSINESS

            A.             Action Item

1.            Laurie Glass will be the UC representative at the LTC Roundtable. Dave Schultz will be the UC representative for the Institutional Competition with the Private Sector committee. The UC continued work on appointments to committees.

B.            Discussion Item

1.             Marder motion – Deferred for next week when guest Monica Ramai will be present.

                        2.            Disciplinary Policy – Deferred

VIII.      NEW BUSINESS

            A.         Action Item (s)

            B.             Discussion Item(s)

 

IX.            PERSONNEL MATTERS

In accordance with Wis Stats. 1985 (l)(f), at 1:59 p.m., it was moved by Marcia Parsons and seconded by Michael Day that the committee moves into closed session. The motion passed unanimously.

 

The UC rose from closed session at 2:12 p.m.

 

X.            ADJOURNMENT

            The meeting adjourned at 2:13 p.m.