The Faculty Senate was concerned about the content
of the letters sent to various faculty members with respect to their
compensation. The Faculty Senate then passed the following motion to be
forwarded to the Provost:
The Faculty Senate insists that the Provost meet
in consultation with the Executive Committee to resolve the following
rectification of the errors in the compensation letters received by the
faculty in August 2006;
Agreement on how the
Senate and the Provost will henceforth consult with each other on
matters regarding faculty compensation and welfare as required by the
Faculty Guide (12.6a and b); and
A reaffirmation of the
University’s commitment to the principles of shared governance.
The provost will be asked
about progress on the first of these issues at the October Senate
The Faculty Senate approved Pamela Foley to be
the Liaison on behalf of the Faculty Senate to the Graduate Council.
An election was held by the Nomination, Election
and Appointment Committee for a Member At Large to the Executive
Committee to replace John Collins who has left the University.
Yanzhong Huang from the John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and
International Relations was unanimously elected.
[Template developed for the Faculty
Senate by the TLTC.]