Tuesday, February 4th, 2003, 3:00 pm, Student Center Theater




1.      Opening Remarks by the President.


2.      Approval of Minutes of previous meeting(s); see link to web site listing (#1 below):

a.       Called meeting of the General Faculty combined with Fall meeting of the Academic Senate (December 3rd, 2002)


3.      “Where are we now, where are we going, and what will it take to get there?” Presentation by Dr. Jean-Lou Chameau (Provost)


4.      Proposal to allow students to submit course evaluations through the end of final exam week (Sayle; see #3 below).


5.      Approval of Minutes of Standing Committees of the General Faculty; see link to web site listing (#2 below):


a.       Statutes:  September 5, 2002; November 19, 2002

b.      Academic Services:  September 3, 2002; October 1, 2002; November 12, 2002; January 7, 2002.

c.       Welfare and Security:  October 23, 2003; December 6, 2002


6.       Approval of Minutes of Standing Committees of the Academic Senate; see link to web site listing (#2 below):


a.       Undergraduate Curriculum:  December 2&4, 2002; January 6, 2003; January 15, 2003 [Action items:  Change in credit hours for Learning Support Courses, new courses in Biomedical Engineering, and change in Computer Science requirement for nine degree programs (01/15/03)]

b.      Graduate Curriculum:  December 5, 2002; January 23, 2003 [Action items: New MBA program and associated MGT courses, and new course PUBP 8000 Joint Doctoral Program with GSU; College of Architecture dual degree in law and city planning, and LCC PhD program in digital media and associated new courses (01/23/03)]

c.       Student Academic & Financial Affairs:  April 12, 2002; November 7, 2002; November 26, 2002

d.      Student Activities:  September 12, 2002; October 29, 2002; November 26, 2002


7.      Any Other Business.


Said Abdel-Khalik

Secretary of the Faculty

January 29th, 2003


Links to cited documents:


  1. Minutes of Faculty meetings:  GF & AS (12/03/02)
  2. Minutes of Standing Committees
  3. Proposal to Extend Hours for Student Course-Instructor Opinion Survey -- Presentation by Professor William Sayle