EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES
Ka Lama 102, 8:30 a.m.
PRESENT: Kate Acks, Eric Acquero, Pat Adams, Scott Broadbent, Kathryn Fletcher, Steve George, Marge Kelm, Robyn Klein, Beverly Lashley, Diane Meyer, Karen Muraoka, Wallette Pellegrino, Suzette Robinson, Alvin Tagomori, David Tamanaha, Clyde Sakamoto, flo wiger
Excused: Marvin Tengan
$2,600 was added to the Professional Technology request to support a casual hire in the Business Lab.
Professional Communities request has been increased to $51,148.
Request for Nursing was reduced to $9,859.
Kate Acks and Kathryn Fletcher will review requests for the Administration of Justice offerings to avoid duplication.
· University Center revenue sharing will be discussed at the next meeting.
Committee members were asked to finalize their requests for the next meeting. Those areas that required an immediate response were given the go ahead. flo wiger is meeting with Debbie Nakama to look at the $7,000 allocation for a student assistant.
Each campus is different because of Distance Education. This difference is causing problems for students. Deans of Instruction got together six months ago to formulate a new policy (3.6 gpa, 6 credits or more, no N’s, F’s, I’s). The policy was sent out to unit chairs for review. There are problems with the policy; we need to revisit it. A decision will be made shortly. Suzette will send out the policy again.
Two contract renewal workshops for tenured track probationary people have been scheduled for October 3. The sessions will be taped for anyone interested in seeing them.
Documents are due internally on November 3rd.
It was agreed as a system that people must be notified by November 15 if a decision is made that they will not be renewed. They will have one semester and another year before they are terminated.
For temporary, non-tenured faculty, the tentative scheduled deadline is October 31st.
Strategic Plan team leaders meeting will be held at 11:00 a.m., October 3, 2003.
The final draft for ABIT was forwarded to Lily Owyang. Dan Kruse, David Grooms, Suzette Robinson, and BK Griesemer will be looking at the document and then it will be sent forward. We will need approval from both the Jr. and Sr. Commissions.
Plans are for three courses to be offered next Fall with differentiated tuitions. We will be looking at the West Oahu model.
Campus Classroom Food Policy
The next Executive Committee meeting is scheduled for November 7, 2003 in Ka Lama 102.