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• • C ENT RAL MI C UI G AN U N I V t: R S I TY BOAR D 0 '" T R USTE t: S ()«t: m ~r 2, 1994 • • • • • • Cent u l Michigan University 80lrd orTrust~ Mt. Plnnni. Michi gan OecfmMr 2. 199" Members present Mr. W Sidn!:) Smith, ChoIr, Mr Da\ld A Brandon , Mr Mitchell D Kc:hc:tian ' . Mr Roger L Kcssclcr; Dr Gordon N Lambie. Ms, HlIITiel B Rotter; Mr Robert P Young. Jr&' . Dr Leonard E Plaehla, President. Members absent Mrs Kari D Gtlido Mr Kc:hc:tian anl\cd at 9 20. m Mr Yount Willi excused Dt 11 )0. m Also attending Mf Kim Ellertson, Treasurer of the Board and Vice President for Busmess and Finance, Mr Russett L. Herron, SecrC11ll')' 10 the: Board of Truslc:c:S and Vice President for UnI\crsity Relations The: meeung ... ;u called to order b) Chair Smith II 1,39 I.m II WII.!i ffiO\ed b) Mr Kesse1er, seconded b) Dr lambie:, and carried. thai the Board mo\c miD closed session 10 discuss 5lnu(8) connected ... lm collccti\c: bargaining and to consult with our .nome) regarding strate&) in connection with pending IItigotion n.e Board monxl into closed session III 739 a m and ~ccs~d UI 9 J I a.AI 10 conduci commmee mecunlll The: Board recorlle:ne:d in open 5ession ~t I 32 P m MI NUIES: It was mol'cd b)- Dr Lambie:, sccooded by Mr Ke:1SCler, and earned, that the minutes orthe: OcIOber 7, 199~ , mee:ti"!; be DpprOI'cd EM ERITUS RANK: It 1I:8!l moH~d b)' Dr Lambie, seconded by Mr Brandon, and earned. that the rolloll:lnl resolutIon gwlung emc:ntus mnllO Ktich C. A1lw, ISSIM:il tt prorusor, tuehtr wuucion I nd profusionll del't lopment, be adoptcd WH EREAS, Keith Allen hIlS ~n'ed the Lmil'ersi ty In the Ocp:utment or Teacbcr EducDtion nnd Proressional Ocl'elopment and in the College or Extended Learning ror 3 ~ )eatS, and WIIEREAS, He has taughland supen Iscd prospecule dernentlll) and KCondllf) ICichers II:Llh sl<lll and tnlegnl) , and 3010 Emt.ritus Rank - continued WHEREAS, He denloped I nationally known cdUClilion program for bus dmers, and I11Iincd thousands of Michigan public school bus drh'crs, and WHEREAS, He has IAUghl thousands of drh'er educalion leachers. and WHEREAS, He has scl"\'cd as an c..'q)Crt witness in coun cases inlolving drivcr lind sAfcty educ:atiou, ~d WHEREAS, He has toordinlltCd Eklcrhostel progrDlllS on the CIIlJlPUS and u other locations, Now be it therefore RESOLVED, ThAL the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the unil'ersily communily, expresses ~pprcci ation and gralitude to Keith Allen for his contributions 10 Central Michigan University and extends Professor Emeri tus rtmlt.. [I was moved b) Mr Kesscler, sccoodc:d by Ms. ROller, and carried, thaI the follo .... inlresolution granling emeritus nnk to Jotm Bt.rgcson, professo r. tuchtr tduu tion and professional development, be adopted. WHEREAS, lohn Bergeson has SCJ"\'cd in the Departmcnt of Teacher Education and Professional Del'dopment as dircctorofthe IIlStruc:tional Materials Center with competence and dedication for 24 )e ar~; Dnd WHEREAS, He has inSlruelcd student.s in the t«hnical and instructional skills they will need as teachers; and WHEREAS. He has SCf\'ed on departmentAl, wllege, and unil crsi ty w mmiltees, and WHEREAS, He hllli supported and participated in various professional associations and conferences to improve his knowledge and that of his students, Now be itthereforc RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the uni versity w mmunity, expresses appreciation and gratitude to John Bergeson for his eontribulions 10 Central Michigan Unh'ersi ty and extends professor Emeritus fIIIIk It \\DS mOI'ed by Mr BrMdon. $CCondcd by Dr Lanlbie, and carried, Ihal the follo\\ing resolution grunting emeritus flUlk 10 Joy Dorfmir~, u5i1t ~ nt di r~ct o rlfilllU1ci . 1 aid VA progrJms. scholars hips and fin and. 1 aid, be adopled WUEREAS Jo)' Qomnire has 1b-0I£d 26 )~;If"S of 'lCrviec to Central Michigan Uni \ersity in the al"CU of student e'mpIO)'menl and the Offiee of Scholarships and Financial Aid, IIIKI 3011 • • • • • Emer itus Rank _ continued WHEREAS, She has c..xemplificd the "indncs5, patience. and flllmeSl that is imperatlle 10 the mWent SCf\';ees mission of !he umlersity. and WHEREAS, She has eontinuously assured !he I-iabill t) of \\orl-stud} IlI1d letefllll'S progrlllJlS by dir«ting!hc unil-ersity's compliMcc wi th federallilld State regulations; and WHEREAS, Her integrity Md professional management facilitated growth of the federal and state worl -study and I'etefllll's programs at Central Michigan Uml'erslt)', e,,:pandmg the opponunit) for higher cduc:aIlOn, and WHEREAS, Her warmth, scnsc of humor, and abil it) to lead and nunure lelllll spmt, hlle $Co·ed IS models for her colleagucs. NOI' be it !hereforc RESOLV ED, That the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the unil'ersity communlt) , expresscs appreciation and gratilude to Joy Doremire for her cOlltnbullOns 10 Central MkhlgAn Umlcrsit) and C'II:lends emeritus rank It \\1lS mol"ed by Mr Kehelian, sc:cond1::d by Dr lambie, lind CAmcd, that the foUo\\lIIg resolution granlmg emeritus rank to Uans Felting, associa te professor, En&lish, be adopted WHEREAS, Hans Fetting has sen'ed ;n the Depanment of English Language and Literature for 28 )'t3l""ll. exemplifying !he professional ideals oftc:ach in ll, specifically in Engl ish language stud). and WIIEREAS. He pro\';dcd lclldershlp 115 IItting ehllrman In 1971-72 and DS chaIrman from 1912 to 1988, and WHEREAS, In his dealings WI!h students Dnd faculty he conSlantl) soughl to be faIT Md compDSsionate, and WHEREAS, He $C1"\'cd his fello\\' dtia:ns by ycars of work in state and local library mailers, especiall) in helping to plan the explllldcd Veterans Mcmorial Public Ubrar) m MI. Pleasant, and WHEREAS. He was active in the Faeull) Associalion, holding I.nOW posiuons, No\\ be il ~forc RESOLVED, Thai the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the ulllICTSily eonlmumt) , expresses lIf'PI"CCilllion and gratitude: to Hans Fetting for his contnbulions to Cen1fll.1 MichigM UIIlI'erslt) lind extellds Professor Emeritus ranl 11 \\ liS IIlOled by Mr Smith. ICCOIIdcd by Mr Kcssc:lcr. and clIITlcd, that the foli o\\ing resolution grantina c:merilus rank to AJi ~ lIama(hck. prorc:uor, leacher N U(C.I;on and proression. l dtvelopmiCfl l. be: adopted 3012 Em [. m " ~ .; EmtrituJ Ibnk • [onlinut d WHEREAS, Alice: HWllochck has scl"'cd in the Department ofTclIChcr Education and Professional DeHJopmcnl for 22 years lind during those yeMs has mlll1i fc:sted loyahy, kindncu, patience:, and friendliness; and WHEREAS, She hM taught with skill and integrity more than 4000 prospceth"c teachers, and WHEREAS, She has de"eloped public awareness of dyslexia and established ftIl annual regional dyslexia conference, and WHEREAS. She hltS prtnilkd assistanCe 10 numerous college: students with dyslexia through tutoring, JUppon groups, and publications. and WHEREAS, She has &Ctivcly SUllportcd !Uld scn'ed in her professional lISSOC illlions, No ... be it therefore RESOLVED, That the Soard of Trustees, on behalf of the unil'ersi ly community, expresses apprcciatioollCld gratitude to Alice Hamachd: for her contributions to Central Michigan Uni" crsiIY and extends Professor Emeritus rank It "-115 mo,-ed b) Mr Brandon. $CCQIlded by Dr Lambie. and eanied, that the following resolution granting emeritus rank 10 Olarles J aquith. " sotiatt proftuor. tucher tduCition and professional del-clopmcnt. be ooopted WHEREAS, Charles JaquitJl hu sen'eeI 115 a leKher and administrator in K. 12 districUi in Wisconsin and Michigan, and lIS a fKUity member in Ihe Department of TeKher Education and Professional Dc"elopment for 19 ye lU"s exhibiting senu;ne caring and concern for studenUi and colleagues; lind WtIEREAS. He has supcn'ised and providcd direction for a statewide clinical and field cxperiences progrllJll to scn'e all of our future teKhers, and WHEREAS, He has woo.:ed diligent!) 10 pro"ide leadership for reform in middle le'-el schools in MichIgan through appropriate teacher prcPlllll1ion and certification, and WHEREAS, He has supported Jnd lc:f'\'eeI as a leader in the national and Siale Associations of Teacher Educators, the Michigan Association of Middle Schools Educators. and the Directors and Represcntatives of TeKher EducltiQll ProgrllJlls, and WHEREAS, He has Cflcouragcd the development of intcrnational program! for prospective tCKhcrs in England and Australi a. and prol-ided local cducalOrs with rcsources related to Nalh'e American culture and lore' Now be it therefore 3013 • • • Emeritus Rank • cominued RESOLVED Thai the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the unj'-ersity eommumty. c:o;presscs appreciation ~KI gnWtudc to ChlU"les Jaquith for his contri butions to Ccntral Michigan Unil'crsit} and cxtcnds Professor Emeritus rank It was mo,-ed b) Ms Rotter, seconded by Mr Brandon. and carried, that the following rHOl ullon gTIlIIting emeritUS rank to Ihor Kamtntuky. professor. politiu l sciC'O(e. be adopted WHEREAS, lhor Kmncnct.sIo:y has taught studenls for ]7 )ears "ith dedication and (Oll(cm for thcir delclopment as human beings and scholars, and WHEREAS He has worked to mainlll.m the unhersity's (ommitmenl to global issues and 10 the education ofsludenUi for participation In an inere:!lSingl) interdependent international arenl, IUld WHEREAS. Hc has cmphasi7.cd the stud) or the del d oping nations and international de, elopment, ~d WHEREAS. He has furthered our understandmg of the significlU"lCe of the cataclysmic cI'enu of European histor} ~d politics and remmded us thai there: are lessons to be learned from that hlstor); ~d WHEREAS He has 10 often talco the mlliall,e to imprDlc communication among hi! dep:utmental collelgues ;'nd tried 10 nurture II. troe community of scholars with his gnICloumesl. humor, and hospitali ty; und WHEREAS, He has contributed to his di sci plinc with rescareh and publications dealing .... ith his nath'c Ukrnme and Eastern Europe. and WHEREAS. His personal life has delU"ly demonstrated his dedication to social JuslJ Ce, eqult), and humanitariunism for all , Now be it therefore RESOLVED. That the Board of Trustees. on behalf of the umlersl t~ communll). c"prencs appreciation and gratitude 10 lhor Kamenctsl) for hiS contrioouons to Central Michigan Unl\c:TlI lt) and exlcnds Professor Emeritus rank It .... as mo" cd by Ms Rotter, seconded by Dr Lambic. and camed. that thc followmg rc:solut~on granting emcritus fllnk 10 Joseph J , La .... rence, IIssod.,e professor. Jociology, IInthropology and l o(.al " -ork. be adopted WHEREAS. Joseph Uowrcncc has provided 24 years of 5CT\'icc to the Dc:ptlflmcnt of Sociology. Anthropolosy and Socul Work. lind 3014 Emtritus Ibllk - continued WHEREAS, He has ddllfull) sco'ed as .d\isor and mcnlOC to gentf'ations orsludenls, and WHEREAS, He has made subst.-.ti\"e contributions 10 the du<:ipline of sociology !hrough his research and "Titing in !he areas of deviance and social control. and WHEREAS, Ue has made. special contribution to the social sciences al!his unhersily !hrough assisting in !he delelopmcl\I of a computer I.boratory and in the teaching of undergraduate IUld pUDIC researeh methods, and WHEREAS, He has f.i!hfully sco ed !he uni versity in many capacities, representing !he dep:utment and the faculty wi th competence and integril) , Now be it !hercfore RESOLVED, ThaI the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the university community, expresses appm:iDtion and gratitllde 10 Josepll 1. Lawrence for his contributions to Central Michigan University nnd extends Professor Emeritus rank It was mo\"ed by Mr Kehetian, seconded by Mr BflUldon. and carried, that the rollowing resolution granting emeri tus rank to EArl Nitschkt. professor •• rt, be adopted. WHEREAS, Earl Nitschke has $Cned in the Department of Art for 33 )'ears and during those years has manifested lo)'alty. kindness. patience. and friendliness; and WHEREAS, Be has IAUght with skill:ni inlCgrity more thm 2000 prospecti,'e print makers and other anists, and WHEREAS, His continuing intCTllCtiOn With students and his presence III the print-making studiO, ha"e sU"Cngthened ties within the l ub-disciplines of an. and WHEREAS, He has made his COMidcrnble c:<perlise available to students through effecule participauon in all facets orthe departmenl, and WHEREAS, He has Kth'cly iICf\'ed in professional associations as rrprescnlath'e and as liaison. NO\I be it therefore RESOLVED, Thai the Board of Trustees, on behalr of the universi ly community, expresses appreciation and gratitude \0 Earl Nitschke for his eontributions 10 Central Michigan Uni vers ity and extends Professor Emeritus rim!.: It "as mO"ed by Dr Lambic, seconded by Ms ROller, and carried, that the rol1o"in~ reso lution granting enKritus rank 10 William Podoll. usistant professo r. physical education I nd spon, be adopled 3015 • • • • • Emeritus Ibnk - cominued WHEREAS, William Podoll has completed 25 rears or seo Ice to the siudents and faculty" Cenu-.l Michigan Unh ersil), and WHEREAS. He has influenced the growth and lk\'elopmenl of the Department of PhYSiCal Educauon and Span and !he College of Education. Health and Human Ser.lceS. and WHEREAS, He hIlS contributed 10 sport as I plaYtJ, coach, official. and admlllistr.nor and !hrough presentations alld servicc to man) organiuhons including the Michigan Association for Health, Physical EduUllon, Recreation and Dance (MMIPERD), and WHEREAS He sen'cd lIS pn USlStant director of the 1975 Internalional Special Olympies held In 1'.11. Pleasant' and 115 a member or!he Miehigwi Special Olympics Board of Directors. and WHEREAS. He has becn on the Board of Din:ctorS of Jump Rope for Heart. and sco'ed the American and Michigan Heart Associations, and WHEREAS, He is knovill for his dependability. energ) . and unselfish devotion to CMU; No\\ be It theTCfon: RESOLVED. That the Board of Trustccs, on behalf of the uni"ersit) eommunuy, expresses appn:ciauon and gratItude 10 Wilh!lnl Podoll for hiS contnbuuons 10 Cenlr.!.l Michigan Unil crsit) and t.'l:tends Prorcssor Emeritus mol 11 .... as mol ed bl Mr Brandon. seconded by Dr Lambie. and earried, that the rollowing resoluuon granting emeritus rank ~ Arthur R. Thomas, proftsso r. ps)·chol!llY. be adopted, WHEREAS, Arthur Thomas has scoed in the Department of Psyeholog) for 26 )e:tr5 and durtng those years has manifested lo)alty. kIndness. patience and friendliness. and WHEREAS, His skill and uncompronnsmg dedication 10 teaching has enabled "inually e' er} psycholog) ulllk:rgraduote and graduate Audentto at hlelc career goals, and WHEREAS. He has plared lID innl.luable aciministnlti,'e role in the dC'o'elopment and operation of the psyc hology depanmcnt as program coordinator for Its experimental-statistical unit. and WHEREAS. lie hll$ served as a stOlistlCal consultant and design t.'l:pen enabling graduate students Dnd fllCulty to make research contri butions to the understanding of hum on bcha, ior; and WHEREAS, He hDS IICth'ely supponed profcssional orgnni/.alions and seo'ed on editorial boards, No\\ be il therefore 3016 Emf'ritus Rank - continuf'd RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees, on behalf of Ihe university community, expreSSC$ tlpprccilllion and gratitude 10 Anhur R. Thomas for hi$ contributions to CenlI1ll Michigan University Bnd extends Professor Emeritus Tlmk It was mo\'ed by Ms ROller, seconded by Mr Kesseler, and carried, Ih~t the following rc:&llutioo granting emeritus ronk to DolorH C. Toms. profHsor. counu Jing lind ! pec:illl education, be adopted. WHEREAS. Dolores Toms hItS sen'ed in the Dep;utment of Counseling and Special EducatiOn for 24 years and during those years has manifested leadership, administrative skills, and expertise, and WHEREAS, She has been a \'aluable assct to the umvers;t)' community ru; a faculty member, chairperson of Ihe special education deplll'\.lT1cnL, and assistant chairpcr&ln of Ihe Department of Teacher Edueation and ProCessional Development; and WHEREAS, Her continuing intcraction with and presenee in Ihe classroom have strengthened ties between higher cducation and Michigan schools, and WHEREAS, She has taught prospective teachers with skill and integrity, milking her considerable expertise avai lable to students in the classroom; and WHEREAS, She has advanced the knowledge base of the university population with her commitmem to cultural di\ ersit); and WHEREAS, She was actively involved in professional associations wId in mental health organi/..lltiOlu as a reprc:sen tative and eonsuhant; Now be it therefore RESOLVED, ThaI the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the university community, expresses appreciation WId gratitude to Dolores C. Toms for her cOiltributions to Central MichigWJ Univcrsity and extends Professor Emeritus rank II was nlO\'ed by Ms. Rotler, seconded hy Mr Brandon, Bnd carried, that the followi ng resolution granting emeritus rank to Paul Willwerth, professor, music, be adopted. WHEREAS. Paul Willwerth has sen.·cd in the Oepartmelll of Music for 28 years: and WHEREAS, He has lought with skill Wld integri ty hundreds of prospecth'e teachcrs at the undergraduDte and graduate le\·t!s, and WHEREAS, He has performed and inspired his pri\'l te students to perform with sensiti\'ity, and imagination, IIIld 3017 • • • • Emeritus Rank - continued WHEREAS, He has made his eonsiderahle e .. "perUse available as a conductor of ffilllly fine musical cnsembles, large and small: and WHEREAS, He ha<; IIClh'clr supported and scr.ed on many departmcntl\l and university committees; ~d WHEREAS, He has been a friend and colleague on Ilhom the music fllCulty eM rtl) for advice and counscl. Now be it therefore RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees, on behalf of the Um\'ersll), communit)'. eXpreSSCl apprc:cilll.ion and gratitude \0 Paul Willwenh foc his contributions 10 Centrml Michigan Unh'crsity lind extends Pro fessor Emeritus rank, ACCEPTANCE Of GIfTS fOR REMAINDER Of CALENDAR 1294: (finance and Personnel Committee) It was mo\'ed by Mr. Kcsscler, see.oodcd by Ms. ROIter. and carried, that the following re&llution be adopted. BE IT RESOLVED, That the Presidenl or his dcsignee is aUlhori/.ed 10 accept, on behalf of the Board of TrustccS, any gins to the Unhersi ty during the remainder of calendar )'ear 1994 UNIVERSITY PARK GROUND LEASE AGREEMENTS (LaBelle wasing): (Finance and l'e rsonnf'1 Comn,i\tM) Vice Chair Kesseler assumed the chair It was moved by Mr. Kessela-. ~onded by Dr. Llimbie,lIIld eamed. that the following rc:so lution be: adopted Abstent ion: Mr. Smith. Mr. Smith resumed the chai r. BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board of Trustees ratifies the following actions tllken by the President. a. An wncndment dated OctOber 14, 1994, \0 the Ground Lease Agreement dated July 15, 1988, between Central Michigan Uni"trsit)' and L &. S Land Company b. A Ground Lease Agreement doted Octobcr 14, 1994. bet v;een Central Michigan Uni\ersity and laBelle Leasing Company. 3018 PUBLIC BROADCASTING TOWER RENTAL: Winance I nd Personnel Commilltt) It was nlO\'ed by Mr. K~Icr, scoondcd by Ms Rolter, and carried, that the following resolution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED. That the president, or his designee, is authorh.ed to negotiate and sign a lease with Airtouch Paging, Farmington Hills, Michigan, for rental ofWCMU TV lower and building space !il.ITS.: (finance Mnd Personnel Comminee) It was nlO\ed by Mr Kesscler, se«lIldcd by Ms Rouer. and carried, thnt the following reso lution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED, That gIfts reech'ed through October 1m in the Imount of $962,93 I 61 are accepted with appreciation RESEARCH AND SPONSORED PROGRAM AWARDS: (Finance and Personnel CommillU) It \\"IIS lTlO\ed b) Mr Kessc:Icr, socondcd by Dr Lambie. and carried, thatlhe follo-o;n8 resolution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED. That granlli a\\-uded dunng the period September IS • NO\"l:mber II. 1994, In the amount ofS805,066 nrc accepted rER$ONNEL. TRANSACTIONS: (Fin. nce and Personnel Commillet) It \\"IIS 1IlO\'ed b) Mr KessclCl", seconded II) Mr Brandon, and carried, thai personnel U"ansactions appearing on pages 1· 1<1 of the Dec:embcr 19'-)4 agenda be appro\ ed lIS submitted PARKING LOT 16: (Finance and Personnel Commiutt) It was 1IlO\'ed b) Mr Kcsscler. seconded by Dr Lambie, and cllrried, that the follo\\ing resolution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED, That the president or his deSignee is authori1.cd to contrllCt for the removal of fuel oil tanks and contamination in Puking Lot 16 in the amount of $255,000. Total project cost for tile l"COO\'ation of Parking Lot 16 not to exceed $S62,OOO. Project \\ill be funded from the capital budgel SENIOROEt'!CER HANDBOOK: (Finance .nd Personnel Commillre) II \\I\S mo~ed by Mr Kesselcr, 5Cl.!ondcd by Mr Kehetian, and ClIITied, tllDt tllC follo\\;ng resolution be adoptcd 3019 • • • • Senior Officer Uandbook - (onlinucd BE IT RESOL VEO, That the president is authori7.ed to de\'elop a new Senior Officer Handbool and change the handbook lIS he deenu appropriate Finance and Personnel Committ~ rqlort : Jell)' Scob}, personnel sen ICes pohc) changes CUABTER SCUOOLS: (Academic Affairs Commillre) It was mond by Dr Lambie, secoodod by Mr Kc:hctian. and carried, that the follOWing resolullon be adopted. BE IT RESOLVED, That thedocumenl entitled Charu:r Schools Selection Criteria dated OIxember 2, 1994, is apprO\ed. Charter Schools: Seleel;on Criteria Education.1 Goals The goals are clearly stated and appropriate for the targeted student population .' The goals an: measurable and sufficienl in scope to provide and ooequate framework to direct school personnel and to e\'aluate school performlIDCe • Curriculum Subjects to be taught include (Dt a minimum) language IUU, mathemallCS, science, and SOCIal studIes 2 Currieullll'objecth'cs for each subject ~a Ill: stated in outcomes Iinguage and arc pro\ ided for each Inel of instruction included in the school plan (i e , elementary, middle, or high school, or by grade le\el) 3 The curriculum fulfills stale requirernc:nlli and is appropriate in light of!he school's educational goals Instructional Design General tellChin& strategic., methodologies, and resources 10 be utiliJ.ed in teaching each subject arc discussed 2 A sufficiently compelling rauonale is provided for non-tnditional approaches ] The 0\(",111 mstructional deSign is clearly IIttlculated and should enable the school 10 ach;e\e ilJ educallonal goals and cuniculIII'" objecth'cs An6smentlt:"aJ uation Adequate methods for IISSCSS;n& student progress in each JObJcct area.rc identified 2 The selection and projected usc of Slandanli7.ed tem is documented IIIld meelli stale requm:ments ] The school plan includes rcllSOnable methods for e\ aJuaiing and rcporlln& o\"eraJIschool performance 3020 Cliar1 rr School! - conlinurd Prrsonnel The applicant and other identified personnel ue ,·iewrd as competent and capable of organirjng a successful chl1t1er school 2 The prospectire board members are vi~ed as trustworthy, competent, and capable of go\erning the proposed school 3 Job descriptions for school stalT adequDtely convey duties, responsibilities, and quali fi cations for each position" 4 The proposed staffmecu state ccnification requirements and is lIdcquate to enable the school to elTectiHly implement its IIClIdcmic program Fadtit;cs The proposed fllCilitics arc adequate in terms of space and setting" 2 The building meets all applicable health and safety requirements, and compliance is documented BusinC'ss Plan The proposed budget is realistic and .... ould enable the school to carry out its acth'ities ..... ithout deficit spending 2 AdcqulUe pro\isions are made for stl1t1-Up costs 3 ~ ise'> idcnce of suffICient mterest and support ..... ithin the community 10 gencrote the projected student enrollment. 4 Contingency plans ha'e: bc:c:n de:,e!opcd for lo ..... er e:nrollments CompliancC' I The proposed school would comply .... ith all applicable state and fedcrolla .... 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UON08ARY DEGREES; (Andfmic Afrairs) It ..... as mo'"ed by Dr Lambie, sccondcd by Mr Kesselcr, and earried. that the follo .... ing resolution be oooptcd BE IT RESOLVED, That the: Board of Truslees appro'"e:s the lIwarding of honorDry degrees at the December 1'.>94 commencemenl ceremonies IQ Valerie: Becker Charles J Ping Doctor of Pedagogy Doctor of Humane Letters Dr Becler .... iII be the speake:r at the College of Business Administration, College of Education, Health and Human Smices, and College ofExlendcd Learning ceremony Dr Ping .... ill be the speaker al the College: of Arts and Sciences ceremony ]021 • , • • • • PROSPECTIVE GRADUATES: (Acadtmic Affairsl It was OlO,"ed by Dr t..nbie. sa:onded b) Mf Kcs:scler, and carried, thll the: followmg resolution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED, That the list orprospc:ctJ\C p uales for December I ~, upon ee:rtifieation of the Registrar and acceptance b) the: AcademiC Senlte LS appro\-ed CLARKE HISTORICAL L1BRAR¥ BOARD OfCOYERNORS; (Acadtmic Affairs) It was rum"ed by Dr Lambie,lIXOOdc:d b) Mr Bnn.ion., and carried. that the following resolution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED, Thai Hanl MeiJC"f is appointed to the: Clllfke Historical Library Board of Governors for a fil e-year teml, 1994-99 SCHOOl. Ot" M US!e: (Academic Affairs) It was mo'"ed by Dr Lambie, seconded by Ms Rotter, and carried, that the: foliowing resolution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED, Thai the department of musie be ehanged to tile School of Music racully-Trusitell Li aison CommiuC'C' rep0r1 : AcademiC Senate StudC'nl Affairs CommiuC'C' rC'po"': Gil) Shapiro. student profile 1~-95 StudC'nl-Trustteli Liaison COlllmiucoe rC'por1: Student Go"cmmc:nt Association" SABBATICAL LEAVE roLlO': (Policy and Bylaws CommillC'C) It was lTlO\"ed by Dr Lambie, sccoodcd b) Mf Kehdlan, .nd carried, that the following rcsoilluon be adopted BE IT RESOLVED, ThaI the I3bbahcalleale pohey 115 amended by the Board of Trustecs on April I, 19811, is hereby re5Cindcd AMENPMENTS TO BYLAWS; (Polity and Byllws Comlllillcoe) It was nlO,"ed by Dr Lambic, seconded b)', Mf Kehctian and carried, that the following resolution be adopted BE IT RESOLVED, Thai Artidf IV: Board CommiltC'C's, ~Iions LA., !.F.o and 2"B" LlR: amended to read as follows 3022 Amtndmtnt 10 Byl ... \'s - conlinutd S«lion I , Stlnding Commjtlctl or !ht BOlrd, A The ,"In dins committees orthe Board shall be Academic AlTairs, Finance and Personnel, Policy and Bylaws, and Student AlTairs, F The FiIUlDCe and Personnel Ccmmittc:e shllli WOR: primarily in IIfCIIS dc:alinS I\ith finances and personnel It shall dcal with subjects including, but not limited to,lonj-range plans for physical plant and campus del'elopmcnl, proper!) IICquisitions and disposals, ,II olher propert)' malleI'S v.hich mighlllrisc, imcslmcniS, building projects, fi nance, audil and on-goins budgelacy aCl ililY, budgel prepllfalion, insurance, pensions, contracts, eolleelll'e bllfg4ining agreements, compensalion and personncl policies for non_bargaining cmployees, Section 2_ Surd,1 Cpm",jUct' of !bc Bgard, B A coounittc:e comprised orTrustees, sludenl rcprescntatil'CS, and the President or his designee shllli fw-oction lIS liaison between the Board and the student body. This group shall be known lIS the Student-Trustees Liaison Committee and will meet al periodic inten als to discuss mllllcr$ of mutual concern to studenu and the Board The student body lhan be represented by the Student Golemment Association presidcnt and three students selccted by SGA according to guidelines for the se leetion ofliaison committee represent4th'es, SERVICE MD SALE OF Al.COllOLIC BEVERAGES ON CAMPlIS; (Polity I nd Byllws Commillctl It was lOOI'ed b) Or Lambie, 5IXOOded by ~ir KCS$Cler, and carried, Iblllbe follov.ing resolution be adopted, BE IT RESOLVED, That Ihe prtSident oflhe univenit)' has the authority to de,'elop and promulgate regulations 10 gOI em the usc of alcoholic belerages on the unil'ersil} eampus and in connCC\Jon wilb unil'ersit) acti! Illes, Be i! further RESOLVED, That the Central Michigan Unh'crsi ly Board orTrustees IUthori1..eS the limited SCfl'1ce IIIld sale of alcoholic bel'CrDjeS on its campus in accordance " ith the IIII', and Ibat the president or I'ice pw.;ident for business and finance is empowered 10 granl approl'41 for a special liecnsc ror the s:\le of beer, lIine alld/or spirits for consumption on the premises of the Central Michiglln Unil ersi!y campus as permitted by 111\\ This resolut ion supersedes Ihe resolut ion adopted by the Board ofTT\lstecs, December III, 1971 , at 274 TRIB LTIE TO BEPBESEI\TAJ'IVE JAMES E, O'NE ILL, JR: It was mOl'ed by Dr Lambie_ seconded by Mr Kesscler, and carried, Ihatlbe following resol ution be adopted • ]02] • • Tributt,. _ RtpreM'nllth'e JlmH Eo O'Ntill, Jr, _ continutd WHEREAS, Rcpresenllth'c J.mc:s E O'NcllI, JI of Saginall graduated from Central MichIgan Unh-er:sity in 195 I, and WHEREAS, Rcpresenlath e O'Neill \\ IS first eleeted to the Hoose or Represenlath es in 1966 and is completing his 14th term IS I Slate Representahle_ and WHEREAS, Representalll'e O'Neill has demonstrated signi fieanl leader:ship in many State policy issue!; inc luding ones related to education, higher education, capital outia}, and man} other i$5ucs impacting Ibe citi/.cns orth;s great state. and WHEREAS, RcprescnUllil'e O'Neill earned I reputat ion runong his colleagues and others im oil ed in State gm'c:mmcnt as a leader comminalto bi partisan solutions to problems facinS Ibis state, and WHEREAS, Represent atil'e O'Neill will be retiring from the Legislature on December ] I, 1994, Now be it therefore RESOLVED, ThDl the Central MiehigllD Unil'ersit} Board ofTT\lstees and administration expreu gp::aI. appreciation to Rqn:sentatil'e Jamcs E_ O'Neill, Jr for his many rcars of ouulandins public sen-ice to lhe people oflbc State of Michigan, and extend best v.ishes to an outstanding Ilumnus as he reti res from the House of Rcpresenlati!es e Pr~ident's ~port; enrollment, TSI, chllf1er sehools, personnel searches. • The Board of TT\lstecs comphmented the fOOlball team as MAC ChlllTlps, Brian Pruitt as an AII-Amencan, and Dick FlrrlIl as MAC FOOIbail CoKh oflhe Year Publit Comment; Shary Gaunt and Roger Smith The meeting adjourned al 2 34 P m, ~,.£:L.=< Russell L, Herron Sec:retary to the Board orTrustees ]024
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|Creator/Author||Central Michigan University. Board of Trustees|
|Title||Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes|
|Description||Minutes from December 2, 1994 Central Michigan University, Board of Trustees meeting. Meetings are held bi-monthly and are comprised of the President, Board of Trustees, and invited guests. Meetings are held to discuss major projects, plans, and concerns within the Board and university.|
|Subject/Keywords||Central Michigan University. Board of Trustees; College publications; College trustees – Michigan;|
|Copyright Permission||Copyright 1994 by Central Michigan University. This material is copyrighted and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited.|
|Audience||CMU faculty, staff, and students|
C ENT RAL MI C UI G AN U N I V t: R S I TY
BOAR D 0 '" T R USTE t: S
()«t: m ~r 2, 1994
Cent u l Michigan University 80lrd orTrust~
Mt. Plnnni. Michi gan
OecfmMr 2. 199"
Members present Mr. W Sidn!:) Smith, ChoIr, Mr Da\ld A Brandon , Mr Mitchell D Kc:hc:tian ' .
Mr Roger L Kcssclcr; Dr Gordon N Lambie. Ms, HlIITiel B Rotter; Mr Robert P Young. Jr&' .
Dr Leonard E Plaehla, President.
Members absent Mrs Kari D Gtlido
Mr Kc:hc:tian anl\cd at 9 20. m
Mr Yount Willi excused Dt 11 )0. m
Also attending Mf Kim Ellertson, Treasurer of the Board and Vice President for Busmess and Finance,
Mr Russett L. Herron, SecrC11ll')' 10 the: Board of Truslc:c:S and Vice President for UnI\crsity Relations
The: meeung ... ;u called to order b) Chair Smith II 1,39 I.m
II WII.!i ffiO\ed b) Mr Kesse1er, seconded b) Dr lambie:, and carried. thai the Board mo\c miD closed session
10 discuss 5lnu(8) connected ... lm collccti\c: bargaining and to consult with our .nome) regarding strate&)
in connection with pending IItigotion
n.e Board monxl into closed session III 739 a m and ~ccs~d UI 9 J I a.AI 10 conduci commmee mecunlll
The: Board recorlle:ne:d in open 5ession ~t I 32 P m
It was mol'cd b)- Dr Lambie:, sccooded by Mr Ke:1SCler, and earned, that the minutes orthe: OcIOber 7, 199~ ,
mee:ti"!; be DpprOI'cd
EM ERITUS RANK:
It 1I:8!l moH~d b)' Dr Lambie, seconded by Mr Brandon, and earned. that the rolloll:lnl resolutIon gwlung
emc:ntus mnllO Ktich C. A1lw, ISSIM:il tt prorusor, tuehtr wuucion I nd profusionll del't lopment, be
WH EREAS, Keith Allen hIlS ~n'ed the Lmil'ersi ty In the Ocp:utment or Teacbcr EducDtion nnd
Proressional Ocl'elopment and in the College or Extended Learning ror 3 ~ )eatS, and
WIIEREAS, He has taughland supen Iscd prospecule dernentlll) and KCondllf) ICichers II:Llh sl