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2004-2005 Resolutions

Resolutions 2740 - 2782

The following resolutions were passed by the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha from May 5, 2004 to May 11, 2005:


Resolution 2740, 05/05/04: Appointment of Parliamentarian

BE IT RESOLVED, that according to the Constitution of the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska, Article IV, the senate president appoints James Carroll the parliamentarian of the 2004-2005 Faculty Senate.


Resolution 2741, 05/05/04: Faculty Senate Vice President:

BE IT RESOLVED, that according to the Constitution of the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska, Article IV, the faculty senate acknowledges the following senator as 2004-2005 Vice President:

Henry D'Souza, to replace Senator Bacon.


Resolution 2742, 05/05/04: Faculty Senate Secretary/Treasurer:

BE IT RESOLVED, that according to the Constitution of the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska, Article IV, the faculty senate acknowledges the following senator as 2004-2005 Secretary/Treasurer:

Chris Allen, to replace Senator Dickson


Resolution 2743, 05/05/04: Chair of Committee for Rules:

BE IT RESOLVED that according to the Bylaws of the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska, Article VI, Section 5.6, the senate president appoints the following senator 2004-2005 Chair of the Committee for Rules:

Maria Arbelaez.


Resolution 2744, 05/05/04: Appointment of Chair of the Cabinet

BE IT RESOLVED, that according to the Constitution of the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska, Article IV, the senate president appoints the following senator 2004-2005 Chair of the Cabinet:

Jim Akers.


Resolution 2745, 05/05/04: Standing Committee Vice Chairs:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the standing committees have met and selected the following vice-chairs from their members:

John Thorp, Committee on Academic and Curricular Affairs
Becky Pasco, Committee on Educational Resources and Services
Pamela Jean Owens, Committee on Faculty Personnel and Welfare
Ann Fruhling, Committee on Goals and Directions
Bill Corcoran, Committee on Professional Development
Amanda Randall, Committee on Rules


Resolution 2746, 05/05/04: Academic Planning Council (APC)

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following names go forward as the Faculty Senate's representatives to the Academic Planning Council from the Committee on Academic and Curricular Affairs and the committee on Goals and Directions each for a one-year term from 05/05/04, through 05/11/05:

Hollis Glaser, Committee on Academic and Curricular Affairs (to replace Ethel Williams)

Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado, Committee on Goals and Directions (to replace Chris Allen).


Resolution 2747, 05/05/04: Alumni Association Board of Directors

BE IT RESOLVED, that the senate president appoints the following UNO alum as the senate representative for one year, 5/05/04 to 5/11/05, to the Alumni Association, Board of Directors:

Reappoint Ann Fruhling.


Resolution 2748, 06/02/2004: Contribution to SAC

BE IT RESOLVED that the Faculty Senate contribute $54.00 to the Staff Advisory Council to help cover the cost of postage requesting donations for the Picnic.


Resolution 2749, 08/18/04: Faculty Senate Budget Advisory Committee

BE IT RESOLVED, the Faculty Senate President, Wally Bacon, has reappointed

  • Donald Baum (5/14/04-7/31/07)

to the Faculty Senate Budget Advisory Committee for a term of three years, August 1, 2004 to July 31, 2007. Continuing members of the committee are

  • John Bartle, Chair (5/14/03-7/31/06, R2676), and
  • Randy Adkins (05/14/03 - 07/31/05, R2676).


Resolution 2750, 08/18/04: Fine Art Senator Replacements Resolution

BE IT RESOLVED, the following two Senators were elected by the College of Fine Arts to replace Senators whose resignations were accepted by the Executive Committee at its June and July meetings:

Doug Paterson (replacement for M. Caroline Simpson) (term: 2002-2005)
Z. Randall Stroope (to replace David Helm) (term: 2003-2006).


Resolution 2751, 08/18/04: Senate Representative to SAC Spirit Committee

Be it resolved that the following Senator be appointed as the Faculty Senate representative to the Staff Advisory Council (SAC) Spirit Committee (Resolution 2725, 04/14/04) for a one year term, until May 2005:

Stuart Bernstein.


Resolution 2752, 09/08/04: Replacement for Senator Wakefield

WHEREAS Senator Bill Wakefield resigned with regret from the Faculty Senate so that he might fulfill his duties as interim Athletic Director, and

Whereas the Faculty Senate Executive Committee has accepted Senator Bill Wakefield's resignation, effective immediately, and

Whereas, the first runner up of the last College of Public Affairs and Community Service election for Faculty Senator was Paul Sather,

BE IT RESOLVED that Paul Sather is seated as a permanent replacement for Bill Wakefield for a term to end in May, 2007.


Resolution 2753, 09/08/04: Academic Freedom & Tenure Committee

BE IT RESOLVED, that in accordance with section 6.1 of the Faculty Senate Bylaws the following nominees for the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee are brought forward by the Rules Committee for senate nomination. The ballot will be presented to the UNO faculty. One tenured faculty member will be elected from the following two nominees to serve a three-year term from October 16, 2004, through October 15, 2007, to replace retiring member, James Shaw:

Linda Parker (tenured faculty)
Maria Elvira Villamil (tenured faculty)

One non-tenured faculty member will be elected from the following two nominees to replace retiring Elaine Lahue from October 16, 2004, through October 15, 2007:

Mark Scherer (non-tenured faculty)
Pete Simi (non-tenured faculty).


Resolution 2754, 09/08/04: Faculty Grievance Committee: (Ballot Vote by Senate)

BE IT RESOLVED, that in accordance with the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Bylaws, section 6.1, Faculty Grievance Committee, the following faculty members are brought forward by the Rules Committee for ballot election by the senate.

One full professor will be elected from the following two nominees to replace James Hagen, for a three-year term from September 16, 2004, through September 15, 2007:

Robert W. Smith (full professor)
Dale Krane (full professor). ELECTED

One assistant professor will be elected from the following two nominees to replace Karen Hayes, for a three-year term from September 16, 2004, through September 15, 2007:

Jeanne Harrington (Asst Professor) ELECTED
Candice Batton (Asst Professor).

One member of the Faculty Senate Faculty Personnel and Welfare committee will be elected from the following two nominees to replace Pamela Jean Owens as the committee on Faculty Personnel and Welfare representative for a one-year term from September 16, 2004, through September 15, 2005:

Henry D'Souza from Committee on Faculty Personnel & Welfare, ELECTED

Pamela Jean Owens from Committee on Faculty Personnel & Welfare.


Resolution 2755, 09/08/04: Professional Conduct Committee (Ballot Vote by Senate)

BE IT RESOLVED, that in accordance with Section 1.1 of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Professional Conduct Committee's Rules and Procedures, the following four nominees (all tenured faculty ranked assistant professor or above) are brought forward by the Committee on Rules for ballot election by the full senate as follows:

Lisa Boucher (Elected)
Donna Dufner
Zhenguan Wang
James Dick (Elected).

Two representatives must be elected by ballot vote to serve three-year terms from October 16, 2004, through October 15, 2007, to replace outgoing members Carol Mitchell and Rebecca Morris. These newly elected representatives will also serve as alternates for three-years from October 16, 2007, through October 15, 2010.

Carol Mitchell and Rebecca Morris will continue serving as alternates (replacing Sunny Andrews and Richard Stacy) for three-years from October 16, 2004, through October 15, 2007, per Resolution R2593.


Resolution 2756, 10/13/04: Names for Library Dean Search Committee:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following faculty be recommended for service on the Search Committee for the Dean of the Library, as requested by John Christensen, the Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs:

Library:
Melissa Cast
Marvel Maring
Linda Parker
John Reidelback
Shaista Wahab

Arts & Sciences:
Mark Scherer
Moshe Gershovich

Business Administration:
Richard Ortman
John Hafer

Education:
Gary Hartzell
Kathy Coufal

Fine Arts:
Doug Paterson
Z. Randall Stroope

Information Science & Technology:
Peter Wolcott
Lotfallah Najjar

Public Affairs & Community Service:
Carol Ebdon
Peter Simi


Resolution 2757, 11/10/04: Prioritize Faculty Development:

WHEREAS, one of the missions of UNO is teaching and faculty development is an important component for achieving that mission,

WHEREAS, faculty development activities require a continuous application throughout the year to maintain records and files, to monitor for faculty improvement opportunities, to embody a continuity of expertise concerning faculty improvement developments, to maintain activities, workshops, etc., once commenced, and to provide an "institutional memory" for all components of faculty development in an integrated fashion,

WHEREAS, there is a need to provide support and orientation activities for new and temporary faculty,

WHEREAS, there is a need to provide logistical support and infrastructure including providing a central line of communication for other faculty development organizations, and maintain the possibility of spawning and nurturing new ventures,

WHEREAS, determining areas for improvement in a faculty member's teaching should be confidential and take place outside a faculty member's college,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Faculty Senate respectfully requests that priority be given to the restoration of permanent funding for faculty and professional development; and that priority be given to the appointment of a permanent director for faculty and professional development; and that the Faculty Senate be kept fully informed by the administration concerning both generalities and details of any changes that may be forthcoming in the structures of faculty and professional development.


Resolution 2758, 12/08/04: B.S. in Aviation

WHEREAS, the B.S. degree in Aviation, has the potential of being high quality; and

WHEREAS, the B. S. in Aviation is the reorganization of existing programs into a more useable and efficient organization; and

WHEREAS, the program requires no new resources and reflects the goals of the University in meeting the needs of its graduates;

BE IT RESOLVED the UNO Faculty Senate recommends approval of the B.S. in Aviation.


Resolution 2759, 12/08/04: Representative to UNO AQIP Strategy Forum

BE IT RESOLVED that President Bacon appoint Marsha Watson to the UNO AQIP Strategy Forum Team to represent the Faculty Senate.


Resolution 2760, 12/08/04: 2005-2006 Faculty Senate President-Elect

BE IT RESOLVED that the UNO Faculty Senate selects Hollis Glaser as 2005-2006 Faculty Senate President-Elect by acclamation.


Resolution 2761, 1/12/05: Formation of New College

WHEREAS the faculties of the departments, school, and support units involved have spent the past two years reflecting on, discussing and approving the creation of a new college, and

WHEREAS the School of Communication will no longer be part of the College of Arts & Sciences and will no longer award a Bachelors of Arts or Bachelors of Science,

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha approves the creation of the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media, combining the School of Communication, the departments of Theatre, Music, Art & Art History, and Writer’s Workshop, and the support units of KVNO and UNO-TV,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Faculty Senate approves the creation of the Bachelor of Science in Communication and the Bachelor of Arts in Communication.


Resolution 2762, 2/09/05: Task Force on Faculty Development Report

WHEREAS the Faculty Senate has gratefully received the report of the Task Force on Faculty Development, and

WHEREAS concerns expressed in Resolution 2757 are addressed in the report,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Faculty Senate endorses the proposed organizational model, but continues to insist that additional permanent funding for Faculty Development be provided.


Resolution 2763, 3/09/05: Replacement of Senators

WHEREAS a caucus of the majority of the remaining Senators from the College of Arts and Sciences have elected Mark Scherer and Paul Williams to replace Natalie Bennett and Beth Ritter for the remainder of the 2004-2005 Senate, and

WHEREAS Kenneth Merkel is the external faculty member next in line to serve as a replacement for Senator Krause (2002-2005), who has resigned due to class scheduling, and

WHEREAS the Executive Committee of the Faculty Senate recognized that these replacements would take effect at the March meeting,

THEREFORE the Faculty Senate welcomes Kenneth Merkel, Mark Scherer, and Paul Williams to service in the 2004-2005 Faculty Senate.


Resolution 2764, 3/09/05: Service Learning Academy

WHEREAS, since 1998, 3,889 students have completed a service learning course; 240 service learning courses have been taught; and 35 faculty members have participated in scholarly activities through peer-reviewed publications and presentations at professional conferences; and,

WHEREAS, the main issues confronting the Service Learning Academy are (1) the lack of stable funding, and (2) the need for permanent leadership; and,

WHEREAS, approximately one-half of the Service Learning Academy budget comes from private funding; and,

WHEREAS, the program has been funded one year at a time, making it impossible to engage in long range planning or commit to activities beyond that time frame; and,

WHEREAS, the UNO Administration has reported that funding will be allocated to hire a permanent director.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the UNO Faculty Senate commends the Administration for recognizing the importance of hiring a permanent director for the Service Learning Academy,

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the UNO Faculty Senate commends the Interim Co- Directors of the Service Learning Academy, Nora Bacon and Paul Sather, for their leadership over the past year,

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Faculty Senate respectfully requests that the Administration continue to give priority in allocating permanent funds to the Service Learning Academy.


Resolution 2765, 4/13/2005: Senator Adidam’s Resignation and Replacement

WHEREAS Senator Adidam’s resignation, due to travel, has been accepted by the Faculty Senate Executive Committee, and

WHEREAS a caucus of the majority of the remaining Senators from the College of Business Administration have elected Robert Otteman to complete Senator Adidam’s term (May 2005),

WHEREAS the Executive Committee of the Faculty Senate recognized that this replacement would take effect at the April meeting,

THEREFORE the Faculty Senate welcomes Senator Otteman to service in the 2004-2005 Faculty Senate.


Resolution 2766, 4/13/2005: Spring 2005 Named Professorship Review Committee New Members

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following two faculty serve on the Named Professorship Review Committee (Kiewit, Kayser, & Isaacson Professorships) for spring 2005 (The Administration will select one additional member of this committee.):

Zhenyuan Wang A&S, to replace Judy Harrington,
Ilze Zigurs (IS&T), to replace Leah Pietron.


Resolution 2767, 4/13/2005: AFCON Travel Expense

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Faculty Senate shall adopt a policy to reimburse the AFCON representative for mileage expense to attend AFCON meetings in Lincoln that is not already covered by AFCON.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this policy shall be made retroactive to the beginning of the current Senate fiscal year and that the current representative be reimbursed for his mileage not covered by AFCON.


Resolution 2768, 4/13/2005: UNO Wrestling Team

WHEREAS the UNO Wrestling Team, coached by Mike Denny, captured its second consecutive national NCAA Division II title, and

WHEREAS, the UNO Wrestling team had a cumulative team GPA of more than 3.1 and a number of academic All-Americans

WHEREAS the wrestling team’s athletic and academic achievements bring honor and prestige to the University,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha congratulates the wrestling team and Coach Denney and looks forward to the team’s 2005-2006 season.


Resolution2769, 5/11/05: Nominees for the Search Committee for Dean of the College of Communication, Fine Arts, and Media:

BE IT RESOLVED that the following four names will be forwarded to V.C. Smith-Howell as nominees from the Faculty Senate for the Search Committee for Dean of the College of Communication, Fine Arts, and Media. Two will be chosen to serve on the search committee:

Mike Carroll (CPACS)
Bob Darcy (A&S)
Josie Metal-Corbin (ED)
Graham Mitenko (CBA)


Resolution 2770, 5/11/2005: Appreciation to Outgoing Senators

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Faculty Senate of the university of Nebraska at Omaha extends to the
following sixteen (16) outgoing senators its deepest appreciation for service on the Faculty Senate:

  • Jim Akers (ED)
  • Joan Latchaw (A&S)
  • Chris Allen (A&S)
  • Wai-Ning Mei (A&S)
  • Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado (A&S)
  • Kenneth Merkel (EXT)(ending 2005 for Gary Krause)
  • Frank Bramlett (A&S)
  • Josie Metal-Corbin (ED)
  • Henry D’Souza (PACS)
  • Robert Ottemann (BA)(ending 2005 for Tej Adidam)
  • Ann Fruhling (IS&T)
  • Doug Paterson (FA) (2004-2005 replacement)
  • Bruce Garver (A&S)
  • Mark Scherer (A&S) (ending 2005 for Natalie Bennett)
  • Karl Kosloski (PACS)
  • Paul Williams (A&S) (ending 2005 for Beth Ritter)

Resolution 2771, 5/11/2005: Appreciation for Service ( Faculty Senate Liaisons):

WHEREAS, the proper functioning of the Senate is highly dependent on good information about the activities of other faculty, student, and alumni bodies across campus,

WHEREAS, the Senate was given regular reports on the activities of AFCON,, the Academic Planning Council, the Alumni Association, the UNO Chapter of the AAUP, the Graduate Council, UNO Spirit Committee, Strategic Planning Steering Committee, and the University Committee for Professional Development,

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the UNO Senate commends and thanks the following senators and/or faculty colleagues for acting as liaisons to these various groups: Doug Paterson, Hollis Glaser, Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado, Ann Fruhling, Henry D’Souza, Stuart Bernstein, Chris Allen, and Randall Adkins.


Resolution 2772, 5/11/2005: Appreciation for Service (Standing Committees/ Chairpersons):

WHEREAS, the smooth and productive functioning of the Faculty Senate is dependent upon effective leadership of the standing committees,

WHEREAS, by their service in meetings of the Executive Committee and Cabinet, committee chairpersons assist the Executive Committee in responding to the needs of the faculty and charting a course for the Senate,

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha expresses its sincere appreciation to members of the Senate Cabinet for their dedication, hard work, and leadership during this academic year 2004-2005.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Jim Akers, Marsha Watson, Andris Skreija, Chris Allen, Randy Adkins, and Maria Arbelaez, be further recognized for their outstanding additional service as members of the Executive Committee.


Resolution 2773, 5/11/2005: Appreciation for Service (Vice President Henry D’Souza):

WHEREAS, he assumed the duties of Faculty Senate Vice President in May 2004,

WHEREAS, he was often the conscience of the senate,

WHEREAS, he presided over meetings of the Executive Committee and Cabinet with good humor, efficiency, and fairness,

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha expresses its sincere appreciation to Henry D’Souza for his work as Vice President during this academic year 2004-2005.


Resolution 2774, 5/11/2005: Appreciation for Service (Secretary-Treasurer Chris Allen):

WHEREAS, he assumed the duties of Faculty Senate Secretary-Treasurer in May 2004,

WHEREAS, he kept track of the Senate Budget and dutifully reported our status from month to month, and

WHEREAS, he has regularly coordinated with the Senate Office Administrator on the production of Senate agendas and minutes, and

WHEREAS, he brought a fresh and insightful perspectives to difficult matters,

BE IT RESOLVED, that the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha expresses its sincere appreciation to Chris Allen for his work as Secretary-Treasurer in this academic year 2004- 2005.


Resolution 2775, 5/11/2005: Appreciation for Service (Parliamentarian Jim Carroll):

WHEREAS, Jim Carroll has served as parliamentarian for the Faculty Senate for the 2004-2005 academic year, and

WHEREAS, his knowledge of procedure has saved the Senate both time and effort,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Faculty Senate thanks Professor Carroll and appreciates his willingness to serve his colleagues.


Resolution 2776, 5/11/2005: Thanks to President Bacon

WHEREAS, Dr. Wally Bacon has presided over the UNO Faculty Senate with composure and self- confidence, with wit and brevity, during his presidency for the past one year,

WHEREAS, Dr. Bacon has been able to handle trepidations that come up from time to time in a balanced and mature manner,

WHEREAS, Dr. Bacon has represented the faculty and academic interests to the University of Nebraska Board of Regents and to the public with integrity, courage, and acumen,

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha thanks Dr. Bacon for his service and wish him all the best for his continued service to the Faculty Senate and all the courage and strength in his future endeavors.


Resolution 2777, 5/11/2005: University-wide Committees

a. University Committee on Honors and Awards

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following name go forward as a three year appointment from 08/01/05, through 07/31/08, to the University Committee on Honors and Awards:

Jim Akers, (to replace Jeanette Seaberry).

b. University Committee on Technology Resources & Services (completed 9/14/05)

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following names go forward as three-year appointments from 08/01/05 through 07/31/08, to the University Committee on Technology Resources & Services:

  • James Akers, (reappoint)
  • Tracy Bridgeford, ( reappoint)
  • Victor Winter, (to replace Dennis Roncek)
  • Russ Nordman, (to replace Leah Pietron).

Resolution 2778, 5/11/2005: Campus Committees

a. Campus Committee on Safety:

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following name go forward as a three-year appointment from 08/01/05, through 07/31/08, to the Campus Committee on Safety:

Bob Nash, (to replace Rachel Jones).

b. Chancellor's Commission on Multicultural Affairs: (completed 9/14/05)

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following names go forward as two-year appointments from 08/01/05, through 07/31/07, to the Chancellor's Commission on Multicultural Affairs:

  • Lauree Tilton Weaver, A&S (to replace Jessiline Anderson)
  • Rachel Wilson, BA (to replace Ho Young Lee)
  • Henry D’Souza, PACS, (to replace Amanda Randall).

c. Educational Policy Advisory Committee (EPAC)

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following names go forward as three-year appointments, from 08/01/2005 through 07/31/2008, to the Educational Policy Advisory Committee to replace:

  • Tracy Bridgeford, A&S (to replace Carson Holloway)
  • Marshall Prisbell, CFAM (to replace Doug Paterson).

d. Named Professorship Review Committee (completed 9/14/05)

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following two faculty serve on the Named Professorship Review Committee (Kiewit, Kayser, & Isaacson Professorships) for Spring 2006. (The Administration will select one additional member of this committee.)

  • Bruce Garver (to replace Julie Harrington)
  • Patrice Proulx (to replace Leah Pietron).

Resolution 2779, 5/11/2005: Other Committees

a. Academic Freedom Coalition of Nebraska (AFCON)

BE IT RESOLVED, that the senate president reappoints the following senator to be the senate representative for a one year appointment, through May 2006, to the Academic Freedom Coalition of Nebraska (AFCON):

Doug Paterson.

b. Faculty Senate Budget Advisory Committee

BE IT RESOLVED, the Faculty Senate President, Hollis Glaser, has named

Randy Adkins to be reappointed

to the Faculty Senate Budget Advisory Committee for a term of three years, August 1, 2005 to July 31, 2008. Continuing members of the committee are

Donald Baum (08/01/2004 - 7/31/2007)
John Bartle, Chair (05/14/03 - 07/31/06).


Resolution 2780, 5/11/2005: Change “Dead Week” to “Prep Week”

BE IT RESOLVED that the week before finals, now called “Dead Week,” be changed to “Prep Week,” while keeping the emphasis on no major tests be given that week.


Resolution 2781, 5/11/2005: Membership of 2005-2006 Faculty Senate standing committees

BE IT RESOLVED, that the following senators be appointed to the 2005-2006 Faculty Senate standing committees as designated:

Committee on Academic & Curricular Affairs (6)

a. Debra Anderson
b. Randall Adkins
c. Nancy Edick
d. Mark Scherer
e. Scott Tarry
f. Peter Wolcott

Committee on Educational Resources & Services (6)

a. Richard Ortman
b. Becky Pasco
c. James Shaw
d. Tomm Roland
e. Marsha Watson
f. Paul Williams

Committee on Faculty Personnel & Welfare (6)

a. Stuart Bernstein
b. Barbara Hewins-Maroney
c. Elaine Lahue
d. Graham Mitenko
e. Andris Skreija
f. Lauree Tilton-Weaver

Committee on Goals & Directions (6)

a. W.M. Bacon
b. Hugh Reilly
c. Andrzej Roslanowski
d. Paul Sather
e. Z. Randall Stroope
f. Saundra Wetig

Professional Development (6)

a. Bill Corcoran
b. Griff Elder
c. Pamela Jean Owens
d. Doug Paterson
e. John Thorp
f. Victor Winter

Rules (6)

a. Maria Arbelaez
b. Robert Ottemann
c. Paul Barnes
d. Holly Miller
e. Raj Dasgupta
f. Amanda Randall


Resolution 2782, 5/11/2005: Standing Committee Chairs:

BE IT RESOLVED, that according to the Bylaws of the Faculty Senate of the University of Nebraska, Article VI, Section 1, the retiring standing committees have met and selected the following chairs from their continuing members:

  • Debra Anderson, Committee on Academic and Curricular Affairs
  • Marsha Watson, Committee on Educational Resources and Services
  • Andris Skreija, Committee on Faculty Personnel and Welfare
  • W.M. Bacon, Committee on Goals and Directions
  • Bill Corcoran, Committee on Professional Development