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SMCCCD District Academic Senate. Revised Fall . 2016. Definitions. Senate of the Whole. Representative Senate. Who is a Senator?. Every faculty member. Representatives of areas described in bylaws. How are senators chosen?.
. John Freitas, . Los Angeles City College, Area C Representative. Ginni. May, . Sacramento City College, North Representative. Faculty Leadership Institute. San Jose Marriott . June 11-13, 2015. Welcome!.
President . Isaac . Escoto. Vice President/CCC Faculty Co-Chair . Rachelle Campbell. Secretary/Treasurer . Katherine . Schaefers. Why are we here?. Title 5 gives us the power and responsibility to make recommendations to our Board of Trustees regarding .
Debbie Weatherly. 4CS President. Title 5-Section 51023.5(a). The governing Board shall adopt policies and procedures that provide district and college staff the opportunity to participate effectively in district and college governance..
Where am I?. What is this group that I joined?. What is the Senate?. From the Constitution. Consistent with actions and policies by the regents of the University of Minnesota, all matters relating to the educational and administrative affairs of the University are herein committed to the president, the Faculty Senate, the University Senate, and the several faculties. .
The . Role of . the Academic Senate. in Influencing . College . Decisions. A Brief History of the Academic Senate. 1963—Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 48 officially “provides . . for the establishment of academic senates ‘for the purposes of representing [faculty] in the formation of policy on academic and professional matters. . .’”.
October 9, 2014. 1. Administrator Membership. Motion: Amend Article IV: Members:. Proposed: Sec. 2. Elected Members. There shall be 132 elected members as determined and apportioned according to the provisions of Article V, Sec. 1. All Faculty, as defined in Article III, Sec. 1 and who are included in Senate apportionment, shall be eligible for election to the Faculty Senate.
The smaller Senate encourages deliberation and debate. It discourages specialization on particular issues because senators serve large, often diverse, statewide constituencies. In the Senate, less power is concentrated in the leadership’s hands..
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U.S. Senate CollectionWe understood each other's needs. We respected each other's opinions. We kept each other's confidence. Our relationship in the White House held up under the searing pressure of t
March 9, . 2016. March 9, . 2016 Summary. Special Order of the Day - Robert L. Caret, Chancellor, University System of Maryland, “The USM: A Stronger Maryland Today And Tomorrow” . Chancellor Caret noted that he is a believer in shared governance and working together as professionals. He plans to visit every campus every year to talk with members of the campus communities about their needs..
GILLIBRAND for herself Mr OINOVICH Mr L IEBERMAN Mr S CHU MER Mr L EVIN Mr C ASEY Mr K YL and Mr V ITTER submitted the fol lowing resolution which was consid ered and agreed to S R ES 571 Whereas Congress previously expressed its concern for
940 Introduced by Senator Leslie February 27 1997 An act to amend Section 1361 of and to add Section 18629 to the Penal Code relating to crimes LEGISLATIVE COUNSELS DIGEST SB 940 as amended Leslie Crimes intimidation of witnesses and victims 1 Exis