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Faculty Senate Agenda – 4/1/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, April 1, 2019
2:30 p.m.
LRC 116

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: March 18, 2019
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
Confirmation of faculty composition on Governing Board ad hoc committee

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Other reports

INFORMATION ITEMS
Discussion on reports (10 minutes)
ASG Syllabus Statement Recommendation
Online Tutoring for Hybrid and Evening Courses – Farrell
Improving CTE Online Pathways Grant – Dean Ly
Constitutional Committee Review Group
Policies & Procedures – Fererro/Lovelace

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 3/18/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, March 18, 2019
2:30 p.m.
LRC 116

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: March 11, 2019
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
Confirmation of faculty composition on Governing Board ad hoc committee

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Other reports

INFORMATION ITEMS
Discussion on reports (10 minutes)
Formation of an ad hoc committee for granting emeritus status – Ritt
ASCCC Spring Plenary Resolutions – Ritt
Credit for Prior Learning – Mudgett/Rose
Intellectual Property – Fererro
Online Tutoring for Hybrid and Evening Courses – Farrell
Policies & Procedures – Fererro/Lovelace
Constitutional Committee Review Group

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 3/11/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, March 11, 2019
2:30 p.m.
LRC 116

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: March 4, 2019
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

Senate President Report

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
CALM Governance Structure Group Request
Tutoring Committee Governance Structure Group Request

ADJOURNMENT

Guided Pathways – Meta Major Activity 3-4 p.m.

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 3/4/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, March 4, 2019
2:30 p.m.
LRC 116

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: February 25, 2019
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum

INFORMATION ITEMS
Black Minds Matter Workshop Series Outcomes – H. Sadat
CALM Governance Request – A. Zavodny
Tutoring Committee Membership Changes – K. Farrell
Constitutional Committee Check-in
Credit for Prior Learning – B. Mudgett/C. Rose
Policies & Procedures – Fererro/Lovelace
Guided Pathways Update
Updates on Senate Goals for 2018-19 – Workgroups
Discussion on Reports

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Articulation – Ben Mudgett
Accreditation – Lori Waite
Scheduling Committee – Wendy Nelson
Strong Workforce
Senate Committee Reports
a. Distance Education Committee – Steve Perry
b. Basic Skills Steering Committee – Lori Waite
c. Tutoring Committee
d. Other

Other Reports

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 2/25/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, February 25, 2019
2:30 p.m.
LRC 116

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: February 11, 2019
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
DE Committee recommendations for AP 4105 – Perry
Senate involvement in Governing Board ad hoc committee

INFORMATION ITEMS
College Outcomes Assessment on Ethical Awareness and Civic Knowledge & Engagement – Cunningham
Policies & Procedures – Fererro/Lovelace
Resources for Diversity in Hiring
Guided Pathways Update
Updates on Senate Goals for 2018-19 – Workgroups

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Articulation – Ben Mudgett
Accreditation – Lori Waite
Scheduling Committee – Wendy Nelson
Strong Workforce
Senate Committee Reports
a. Distance Education Committee – Steve Perry
b. Basic Skills Steering Committee – Lori Waite
c. Tutoring Committee
d. Other

Other Reports

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda 02/11/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, February 11, 2019
2:30 p.m.
LRC 116

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: February 4, 2019
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
Senate involvement in Governing Board ad hoc committee

INFORMATION ITEMS
Honors in Action Project – Phi Theta Kappa – K. McCallum
Formation of a Constitutional Review Committee
Policies & Procedures – Fererro
General Information Survey Results – Ritt
Senate Goals for 2018-19 – Workgroups

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Articulation – Ben Mudgett
Accreditation – Lori Waite
Scheduling Committee – Wendy Nelson
Strong Workforce
Senate Committee Reports
a. Distance Education Committee – Steve Perry
b. Basic Skills Steering Committee – Lori Waite
c. Tutoring Committee
d. Other

Other Reports

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 2/4/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, February 4, 2019
2:30 p.m.
LRC 116

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: January 28, 2019
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
New PRP Forms
GE/ILO Assessment Plan for 2018-19
Publicizing Faculty Hiring Rights – Thompson

INFORMATION ITEMS
New TERB Forms – L. Lawson
Athletics Faculty Concerns – J. Early
AP 4105 – Distance Education – Fererro
Governing Board item to create an ad hoc committee addressing BP 2510
Policies & Procedures – Fererro
General Information Survey Results – Ritt
Senate Goals for 2018-19 – Workgroups

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Articulation – Ben Mudgett
Accreditation – Lori Waite
Scheduling Committee – Wendy Nelson
Strong Workforce
Senate Committee Reports
a. Distance Education Committee – Steve Perry
b. Basic Skills Steering Committee – Lori Waite
c. Tutoring Committee
d. Other

Other Reports

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 1/28/19

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, January 28, 2019
2:30 p.m.
Bill Bedford Faculty Senate Meeting Room SU-30

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: December 10, 2018
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
GE/ILO Assessment Plan for 2018-19

INFORMATION ITEMS
New PRP Forms – Dean Smiley
AP 4105 – Distance Education – Fererro
Governing Board item to create an ad hoc committee addressing BP 2510
Publicizing Faculty Hiring Rights – Thompson
Policies & Procedures – Fererro
General Information Survey Results – Ritt
Senate Goals for 2018-19 – Workgroups

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Articulation – Ben Mudgett
Accreditation – Lori Waite
Scheduling Committee – Wendy Nelson
Strong Workforce
Senate Committee Reports
a. Distance Education Committee – Steve Perry
b. Basic Skills Steering Committee – Lori Waite
c. Tutoring Committee
d. Other

Other Reports

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 12/10/18

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, December 10, 2018
2:30 p.m.
Bill Bedford Faculty Senate Meeting Room SU-30

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: December 3, 2018
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum
Faculty Hiring Procedure
OEI Rubric for Online Teaching

INFORMATION ITEMS
GE/ILO Assessment Plan for 2018-19 – Cunningham
AP 4105 – Distance Education – Fererro
Accessibility of Senate Meetings – Ritt
General Information Survey Results – Ritt
Senate Goals for 2018-19 – Workgroups

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Articulation – Ben Mudgett
Accreditation – Lori Waite
Scheduling Committee – Wendy Nelson
Strong Workforce
Senate Committee Reports
a. Distance Education Committee – Steve Perry
b. Basic Skills Steering Committee – Lori Waite
c. Tutoring Committee
d. Other

Other Reports

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.

Faculty Senate Agenda – 12/3/18

MEETING OF THE FACULTY SENATE
Monday, December 3, 2018
2:30 p.m.
Bill Bedford Faculty Senate Meeting Room SU-30

AGENDA
The Faculty Senate reserves the right to modify the order of business as it deems appropriate

CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: November 26, 2018
PUBLIC COMMENT (not to exceed three minutes)
AGENDA CHANGES

ACTION
Committee Appointments/Elections
a. Confirmations
b. Elections
Curriculum

INFORMATION ITEMS
Faculty Hiring – President Blake
TERB Forms – Lawson
Faculty Hiring Procedures – Laughlin
AP 4105 – Distance Education – Fererro
General Information Survey
Senate Goals for 2018-19 – Workgroups

REPORTS (Not to exceed two minutes each)
Senate President Report
Planning Council Reports (SPC, IPC, SSPC, HRPC, FASPC)
Palomar Faculty Federation – Teresa Laughlin
Budget Committee
Student Success & Equity Council
ASG
Articulation – Ben Mudgett
Accreditation – Lori Waite
Scheduling Committee – Wendy Nelson
Strong Workforce
Senate Committee Reports
a. Distance Education Committee – Steve Perry
b. Basic Skills Steering Committee – Lori Waite
c. Tutoring Committee
d. Other

Other Reports

ADJOURNMENT

 

Academic and Professional Matters: The 10+1+1 Pursuant to rules adopted by the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, the Palomar College Governing Board elects to rely primarily on the advice and judgment of Faculty Senate on academic and professional matters.

  1. 1. Curriculum including establishing prerequisites and placing courses within disciplines. 2. Degree and certificate requirements. 3. Grading policies. 4. Educational program development 5. Standards or policies regarding student preparation and success. 6. District and college governance structures, as related to faculty roles.7.Faculty roles and involvement in accreditation processes, including self-stud y and annual reports. 8. Policies for faculty professional development activities. 9. Processes for program m review. 10. Processes for institutional planning and budget development. 11. Faculty hiring policy, faculty hiring criteria, and faculty hiring procedures. 12. Other academic and professional matters as are mutually agreed upon between the governing board and the academic senate.