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May 14, 2003 University Faculty Senate Agenda & Meeting Minutes

Agenda

  • Call to Order by Speaker Howard Howland
  • Remarks by and Questions for Provost Biddy Martin
  • Remarks by Dean J. Robert Cooke
  • Approval of Minutes of the April 9, 2003 Senate Meeting
  • Report from the Nominations and Elections Committee: Charles Walcott, Associate Dean and Secretary of the University Faculty
  • Committee on Academic Programs and Policies Resolution to Create a Master of Engineering Degree Program in the Existing Major Field of Biomedical Engineering: Jennifer Gerner, Professor, Policy Analysis & Management and Chair, CAPP (Enclosure)
  • Committee on Academic Programs and Policies Resolution to Establish a Graduate Field and Ph.D. Program in Information Science: Jennifer Gerner, Professor, Policy Analysis & Management and Chair, CAPP (Enclosure)
  • Resolution to Revise Copyright Policy: John Hopcroft, Professor Computer Science and Chair, Committee on Intellectual Property (Resolution, Committee Report)
  • Continued Discussion of Cornell University New Life Sciences Strategic Corporate Alliance Plan: Robert Richardson, Professor, Physics and Vice Provost for Research and Inge Reichenbach, Vice President for Alumni Affairs & Development
  • Resolution Regarding New Life Sciences Strategic Corporate Alliance Plan: Charles Walcott, Associate Dean, and Member, University Faculty Committee
  • Research Compliance Issues: Robert Richardson, Professor, Physics and Vice Provost for Research
  • Announcement and Request for Feedback, Interim Report from the Committee on the Status of Non-Tenure Track Faculty Committee: Co-chairs, Donald Holcomb, Professor Emeritus, Physics and Norman Scott, Professor, Biological & Environmental Engineering
  • Preliminary Report of Proposal for New Academic Titles from the College of Engineering, Terrence Fine, Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and UFC Member
  • Resolution on Paper Usage at Cornell University: Kate Whitlock, Assistant Professor, Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Resolution Regarding a Renewable Energy Endowment at Cornell University: Kate Whitlock, Assistant Professor, Molecular Biology and Genetics
  • Good and Welfare

MEETING MINUTES