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EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

2003-2004 FACULTY SENATE

 

The organizational meeting of the 2003-2004 Faculty Senate will be held on Tuesday, April 29, 2003, at 2:10 p.m. in the Mendenhall Student Center Great Room.

 

This meeting is for newly elected Faculty Senators and those

Senators whose terms did not expire in 2003.

 

 

I.           Call to Order

 

II.          Roll Call

 

III.        Report of Committees

 

A.         Nominating Committee for Faculty Officers, Mark Taggart

Election of Faculty Officers (attachment 1).

 

B.         Committee on Committees, Henry Ferrell

Election of Academic, Administrative, Appellate, Board of Trustees, Student Life, and Student Union Committee Members (attachment 2).

 

C.         Election of Members to the Committee on Committees (attachment 3).

 

D.         Election of Members to the Agenda Committee (attachment 4).

 

 

Faculty elected to serve on these committees will be notified via email of the upcoming Fall organizational committee meeting dates. 

 

Please call the Faculty Senate office at ext 6537 if you have any questions.

 

 

Attachment 1.

 

NOMINATING COMMITTEE FOR FACULTY OFFICERS REPORT

ELECTION OF FACULTY OFFICERS

 

 

Candidates for Chair of the Faculty

 

Rick Niswander, College of Business
I have very much enjoyed the opportunity to serve you as Vice Chair of the Faculty.  The experience has helped me obtain an even broader understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing the faculty and the University.

 

As faculty, we face complex challenges to our core values in the areas of our community of scholars, our shared governance, and our academic authority.  Facing those challenges will require faculty leadership that can understand the breadth and depth of the issues, that can help formulate reasoned and reasonable responses and solutions, that can clearly and forcefully articulate the position of the faculty, and that can serve as an effective voice of both the Senate and the faculty.  I am convinced that I can ably serve as Chair of the Faculty in each of those respects.

 

I hold that conviction, in large part, because of my ongoing active role in faculty governance.  In the current academic year alone, I am a Faculty Senator, serve on the Faculty Welfare Committee, the Educational Policies and Procedures Committee, the Institutional Resources Computing Committee and the IRCC Executive Committee, the Agenda Committee, the search committee for the Director of the School of Art, the Non-Tenure Track Faculty Task Force, the Bachelors/Masters Integrated Degree Task Force, the Community Engagement Committee, the Economic Development Task Force, the executive committee of the Masters of Arts in International Studies interdisciplinary program, the Graduate School Administrative Board, and on three committees in my unit.  In previous years, I have served on many of the above committees and also on the Teaching Grants Committee, selection committees for various University-wide teaching awards, the S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series committee, and the Senate Nominating Committee.

 

Two of my current roles (not mentioned above) have been particularly rewarding and pertain to areas that have long-range implications for faculty and faculty governance.  First, I have been chair of the University Budget Committee since its inception.  This committee and my CPA background have helped me more-comprehensively understand the intricacies of the State and University budgeting process and how the faculty can be an influence in that process.  The on-going budgetary constraints faced by the State suggest that continued strong faculty leadership is imperative in the fiscal arena.

 

Second, I am a member of the Commission on Scholarship.  This commission has just issued its report.  If you have not yet read it, I urge you to go to the Faculty Senate web page and do so.  The report discusses important issues that get to the heart of who we are and what we do as faculty.  This report will be the core of discussions that we will have in our units and in the Senate over the next few years.

 

I am certain that I have the depth and breadth of experience necessary to ably serve in the visible and important role of Chair of the Faculty.  I would appreciate your vote.  With your support, we can move forward, together, as a faculty and as a University.


David Pravica, Department of Mathematics

The chair of the faculty champions the Faculty Manual and unit codes, offers opportunities to the faculty to articulate their views, brings together scholars from a broad range of disciplines, listens respectfully and interprets. As chair, Bob Morrison has refocused the faculty on the core values of the academic enterprise, on the Faculty Senate as the heart of faculty participation in governance, and on the Faculty Manual and unit codes as central to the functioning of the university. If elected, that is the vision I would continue to uphold and develop.

 

Dr. Morrison opened up forums for discourse on the university as a Community of Scholars. He facilitated the faculty committees that are drawing conclusions about the faculty reward system. Indeed, “marketability” was the sole criterion put forward for the last round of faculty raises; the Community of Scholars model leads to a much-needed alternative framework. I believe we need forums, organized by faculty representatives, to rebuild awareness of the core values of scholarship, learning and public service. This would provide a path to draw students into a role other than that of passive consumers.

 

Our Community of Scholars faces a serious challenge in this period. Management uses every opportunity, such as the state’s fiscal crisis, to place itself and the rationales of the commercial world at the center of the university. In the last three years, Morrison has shown us that the faculty has the capacity to meet this challenge constructively. If given the opportunity, I believe that I have the energy and follow-through to further develop this capacity.

 

Biographically, I came to ECU in 1994. Since then, I have chaired the Math Department’s Personnel Committee, am chairing the Unit Evaluation Committee, have served on the Faculty Senate for four years, on the Faculty Assembly for two years and on several university committees. I am a member of the AAUP. My research interests involve applications of Mathematics to various fields. Presently I am working with colleagues in Allied Health, the Medical School and the Departments of Physics and of Mathematics.

 

Ralph Scott, Academic Library Services
I appreciate the honor I have received in being nominated to serve as Chair of the Faculty here at East Carolina.  I have a thirty-three-year record of supporting our faculty and administration through the shared governance system. My unit (Academic Library Services) serves the whole of the university and serves as a meeting ground for people and ideas. I began working in shared governance with President Leo Jenkins, as a member of the Faculty Continuing Education Committee, an area Dr. Jenkins had a special interest in because of his military background. Following this I served on and as chair of: the Course Drop Appeals Committee, the Readmission Appeals Committee and most recently the Unit Code Screening Committee. I have also served on the Agenda Committee, the Committee on Committees, the Faculty Governance Committee, the Faculty Computer Committee (now the Faculty Information Technology Review Committee), and the Student Scholarship, Fellowship and Financial Aid Committee. I have been on the Due Process Appellate Committee since 1986. While on the Due Process Committee I was first Secretary and then Chair of the two Due Process Hearing Committees that heard the charges against tenured faculty members who appealed their dismissal by the Chancellor for cause. As you may recall in one case the Appeal Committee agreed with the Chancellor and in one case we did not. I have served on a number of administrative and unit committees including the Commencement Committee from 1970 to the present, and on the most recent SACS visit where I served on the SACS Logistics Committee as Secretary. I have also served a number of terms over the past three decades in the Faculty Senate.

 

On the state level I have been active in the UNC Faculty Assembly, where I served for two years as Secretary of the Assembly, assisting Chair Richard Veit in the day-to-day operations of the Assembly. While on the Assembly I served on the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee and on the Faculty Technology Committee.

 

I am active as an officer in professional associations both with the American Library Association and the American Association of University Professors. I have served as President of the ECU Chapter of the AAUP and currently serve as Chapter Treasurer. From 1996 until 2001 I served as Treasurer of the State AAUP Conference. In 2001-2002 I was AAUP State Conference President. In the 1990s I served as Chair of the Council of Public Colleges and Universities of the AAUP State Conference. While chair of the Council, we met with UNC President C.D. Spangler on a number faculty concerns including: effective faculty governance on local campuses; the role of teaching in determining merit pay; and the need for child care for working universities employees. These exchanges with President Spangler helped him better understand faculty concerns in a shared governance setting.

 

I believe I bring a long history of working with faculty and administrators on common issues of concern in a positive and caring way. As Chair of the Faculty during these times of transition you can be assured that I will look after faculty interests in areas such as budget, faculty rewards, and organizational change. While I don’t think we can solve the parking issue overnight, I do think we need to move away from the post World War 2 parking model we are currently using. We have seen this year at NC State University, the impact that a unified faculty can have in university affairs, where there was considerable faculty opposition to the dismissal by Chancellor Fox of a popular Provost. This was also the year of the famous freshman reading assignment controversy at UNC-Chapel Hill. The UNC-CH Faculty Council and the UNC Faculty Assembly, as well as the AAUP National Office in Washington, played major roles in supporting Academic Freedom and faculty rights on the Chapel Hill campus. Regardless of how you feel about this freshman assignment, few of us would disagree with the right of a faculty member to make a reading assignment to a class. I think we successfully defended this right in North Carolina. I was pleased to play a minor, but important role in this issue, by forwarding assessments of the situation in North Carolina to the AAUP National Office. In conclusion I believe that I can bring an open, caring, experienced style of leadership as Chair of the Faculty at East Carolina. Thank you.

 

Candidates for Vice Chair of the Faculty

 

John Cope, Department of Psychology

I have been privileged to be able to serve on the UNC Faculty Assembly this year, and you can’t help but notice the respect for East Carolina University that is granted by the other assembly delegates.  ECU is becoming a major player and is perceived as a “class act” in a State that already has a lot of academic muscle.  I believe this respect comes from actions that are a result of excellence of administration, faculty accomplishments and a commitment to shared-governance.  As the current Secretary of the Faculty, I have worked with the other senate officers and the administration to help provide the leadership necessary for this respect.  I am deeply proud of this University and the role the faculty play in shaping its direction.  By running for Vice Chair of the Faculty, I look forward to continuing to work toward the same basic goals I expressed in last years’ election process: 1) to work with the Chair of the Faculty in guiding and developing policy consistent with the University’s mission, and 2) to proceed in a way that reflects the principles of shared governance by strengthening a cooperative relationship between the administration, faculty, and staff. 


I am a professor in the Department of Psychology, where I teach and direct the Graduate General program. I am a third-term Senator (currently Secretary of the Faculty) and have served previously as a Senate Alternate (15 years).  Over the last twenty-two years, I have worked on the Admission and Recruitment Committee (Admission and Retention Policies Committee), the Agenda Committee, the Citation Appeals Committee, the Educational Policy and Planning Committee, the Enrollment Management Council, and the Parking and Traffic Committee.

 

Ongoing Statewide financial problems, academic and administrative reorganization, and the unprecedented changes in size and mission of our University make faculty leadership through shared governance absolutely imperative.  This is the time for strong faculty guidance, and if elected as Vice Chair of the Faculty, I will continue my efforts to provide a leadership role. Thank you for your consideration. 

 

Catherine Rigsby, Department of Geology

I have been at ECU since 1993 and am currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Geology, working hard toward promotion to full professor.  I teach undergraduate and graduate courses in sedimentology and global climate change.  For the past seven years, my research in these areas has focused on the history of climate change in the tropics and the impact of climate change on the peopling of high-elevation landscapes.  I study river and lake sediments on the high plateau of the Bolivian and Peruvian Andes, lake sediments from tropical islands and, soon, river sediments on the Tibetan Plateau.  My work examines tropical and high-elevation climate change over the last 40,000 years and, for more recent times (the last 10,000 years), includes investigations of the relationship between climate change and human land-use. 

 

Although it is time consuming and sometimes un-rewarded, I believe that -- alongside teaching and research -- participation in shared governance is a major faculty responsibility.  I am a firm believer in both the need for a strong faculty voice in all decisions related to the teaching and research missions of the university and the importance of individual faculty members voicing their opinions and working to promote faculty perspectives.  The best universities foster the full participation of the faculty.  ECU must remain among that group.  In order for us to do so, faculty must continue to serve.

 

I have been an active participant in the shared decision-making process since arriving at ECU.  I served two terms on the Research Creative Activity Grants Committee (including chairing the committee) during my first years on campus and used that experience as a jumping off point to become more involved in all levels of shared governance.  I have served on the Agenda Committee; the Faculty Information Technology Committee; the University Curriculum Committee; the IRCC Charge Committee; the Parking and Transportation Committee (yes, it is painful, but someone has to do it!); the IRCC and the IRCC Vision, Planning and Strategy Committee; the Academic Standards Committee (working to reevaluate our General Education requirements); the Provost’s Commission on Scholarship (working to redefine scholarship at ECU as we attempt to become to a research-extensive university); the Coastal Resources Management Admissions Committee; and an outrageous number of unit/departmental committees.  I am currently a second-term Faculty Senator.

 

As your vice chair, I would continue to promote the views of faculty and to work for full faculty participation in all university decisions related to our teaching and research missions.


Candidates for Secretary of the Faculty

 

Mark Sprague, Department of Physics 

I would like to serve the Faculty in this position, and I believe that I possess the skills to do a good job.  I have an excellent understanding of Robert's Rules of Order and have the ability to keep minutes in a meeting.  Also, I believe that I can make "behind the scenes" contributions to keep the Faculty Senate working smoothly.  One thing that I would like to do as Secretary of the Faculty is to streamline the process of electronic document distribution so that we are not faced with the situation we had in a recent Faculty Senate meeting where we were debating a committee report of which nobody had a copy! 

 

Janice Tovey, Department of English

Since 1993, I have been a member of the English department faculty in the Technical and Professional Communication concentration. My current research involves ethical issues for web-based education and the transition of students into the professional world. I will begin a case study of interns in a not-for-profit organization this Fall.

 

I have been active in the service of the English department, the university, and professional organizations since I joined the faculty. Last August, my department recognized my efforts with the Department of English Service Award for 2001-2002, specifically for my work on department search committees, executive and personnel committees, and the graduate committee as well as my 6 years of service as Faculty Advisor to the ECU Student Chapter Society for Technical Communication, and as a member of the Advisory Board of the ECU Outreach Network. In addition, I served the department as Writing Center Director for two years and supervised the academic internship program for five years.

 

My Faculty Senate service includes Writing Across the Curriculum Committee, Continuing and Career Education Committee, and Admissions and Retention Policies Committee, of which I was secretary in 2001-2002 and currently am the Chair. I am in my first term as a Faculty Senator and served one term as an alternate.

 

Service is extremely important to me and shared governance can only be effective with individuals who desire to serve and who wish to see this concept work. Balancing the needs of students, faculty, and administration takes thoughtful consideration and the ability to acknowledge and value different perspectives. Budget woes of the state of North Carolina, anticipated growth in the student population, and administrative changes to the Division of Academic Affairs will continue to drive the activity of the Faculty Senate and we need capable leaders to guide us. I hope you will seriously consider me for this position. Thank you.

 


Attachment 2.

 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES REPORT

Nominations for the 2003-2004 University Committees

(New Members are noted in bold print.)

 

ACADEMIC COMMITTEES

Academic Awards Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Rose Allen           

Allied Health Sciences

2004

Bate 2145

5121

 

Charles Boklage    

Medicine

2004

Brody 3E142

744-2301

 

Linda Wolfe

Anthropology

2005

Brewster A-215

6766

 

Hanna Jubran

Art

2005

Jenkins 127

1303

 

Tope Bello

Business

2005

Bate 3123

4856

 

Chris Jantzen

Mathematics

2006

Austin 224C

1897

 

Ludmila Dutkova-Cope

English

2006

Bate 2150

6411

 

 

 

 

 

Academic Standards Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Nancy House       

Art

2004

Jenkins 1318

1310

 

M.S. Ravi

Mathematics

2004

Austin 224C

1897

 

Catherine Rigsby

Geology

2005

Graham 204

4297

 

Joseph Gershtenson

Political Science

2005

Brewster A-119

6126

 

James Decker

Health & Human Perf.

2006

Minges 75

0001

 

George Bailey

Philosophy

2006

Brewster A330

6121

 

Kenneth Bass

Business

2006

Bate 3112

6384

 

 

   Admission and Retention Policies Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Pat Mitchell

Political Science

2004

Brewster A-133

1064

Pamela Burton

Academic Library Services

2004

Joyner 1402

4353

Jan Tovey

English

2005

Bate 2207

1544

Gary Levine

Medicine

2005

Brody

744-1953

Frederic Fladenmuller

Foreign Languages

2006

Bate 3307

6043

Larry Seese

Business

2006

Bate 3128

6568

Randy Parker

Economics

2006

Brewster A422

6755

 

   Calendar Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Stephen Dock

Foreign Languages

2004

Bate 3303

6024

Ginger Woodard

Human Environmental Sc.

2004

Rivers 140

1363

Brenda Eastman      

Social Work & CJS

2004

Ragsdale 104-D

4012

Jean Hiebert

Academic Library Services

2005

Joyner Library

2261

John Crammer     

Mathematics

2005

Austin 235

1903

Rebecca Carter

Sociology

2006

Brewster A408

4885

Punam Madhok

Art

2006

Jenkins 1319

6262

 

 

   Continuing and Career Education Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Cal Christian             

Business

2004

Bate 3204

6633

Leslie Pagliari

Industry and Technology

2004

Flanagan 209

2113

Gary Marc Trube

Allied Health Sciences

2005

Lakeside Annex

744-3822

Thomas Louis    

Medicine

2005

Brody 8E-14

744-2838

Jessica Christie

Art

2005

Jenkins 1311

1300

Elizabeth Swann

Health & Human Perf.

2006

Ward 249

2884

Stacy Baggett

Acad. Library Services

2006

Joyner 1200

2199

 

  Educational Policies and Planning Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

David Dennard

History

2004

Brewster A-220

4364

Michael Brown    

Psychology

2004

Rawl 112

4170

Charles Hodson

Medicine

2005

Brody 7W-58

744-2008

Richard Mauger

Geology

2005

Graham 201

6016

Alexandra Shlapentokh

Mathematics

2006

Austin 231

4108

Bruce Albright

Allied Health Sciences

2006

Belk Annex 3

2220

Linda Allred

Psychology

2006

Rawl 132

4341

 

   Faculty GovernanceCommittee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Mark Taggart          

Music

2004

Fletcher 366

4278

Marti Engelke

Nursing

2004

Rivers 220

1237

James Holloway

Business

2005

Bate 3131

6561

Mary Glascoff         

Health & Human Perf.

2005

Minges 78

6583

Dawn Clark

Theatre and Dance

2006

Messick 213

6325

Tinsley Yarbrough

Political Science

2006

Brewster A135

6189

Edson Justiniano

Physics

2006

Howell E109

1855

 

   Faculty Information Technology Review Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

James Wirth               

Computer Science

2004

Austin 234

6421

Rebecca Benfield

Nursing

2004

Rivers 221

4315

Karl Wuensch     

Psychology

2005

Rawl 137

4102

Philip Rothman

Economics

2005

Brewster A-424

6151

Elaine Seeman

Business

2006

Bate 3132

6347

Paul Fletcher

Medicine

2006

Brody 4W46B

744-2699

Yong Wang

Geography

2006

Brewster A223

1043

 

  Faculty Welfare Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Tracy Carpenter-Aeby      

Social Work & CJS

2004

Ragsdale 230

4076

Seema Modi

Medicine

2004

Brody 4N-78

744-2059

Phil Lunsford           

Industry and Technology

2005

Flanagan 101

4148

David Lawrence     

Geology

2005

Graham 210

4393

Paul Spence

Medicine

2005

Brody 7S-10

744-4655

Kathleen Treole

Allied Health Sciences

2006

Belk Annex #2

5120

William Sugar

Education

2006

Joyner East 113

1546

 

   Libraries Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Marianna Walker   

Allied Health Sciences

2004

Belk Annex 4

4403

Ann Schreier      

Nursing

2004

Ragsdale 205

1452

Ed Wall      

Philosophy

2004

Brewster A333

1017

Salman Abdulali    

Math

2005

Austin 325C

4104

Thomas Allen

Comm. and Broadcasting

2005

Erwin Hall 321

6577

Jonathan Wacker

Music

2006

Fletcher 383

6566

Thomas Douglass

English

2006

Ragsdale 005A

6723

 

   Research/Creative Activity Grants Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Yu (Frank) Yang

Chemistry

2004

Flanagan 310

1647

Seodial Deena

English

2005

Bate 2130

6683

Elias Katsoulis

Mathematics

2005

Austin 333

6132

John Collins

Philosophy

2005

Brewster

6121

Jane Painter

Allied Health Sciences

2005

Belk 306C

4440

Carol Brown

Education

2005

Joyner East 120

1624

Steve Estes

Health and Human Perf.

2005

Minges 177

0017

Mark Sprague   

Physics

2005

Howell E310

1862

Marieke Van Willigen

Sociology

2006

Brewster A406

6092

Paul Gares

Geography

2006

Brewster A224

6084

Leslie Omoruyi

Political Science

2006

Brewster A132

1063

Jonathan Reed

Psychology

2006

Rawl 216

6244

Mark Jones

Social Work and CJS

2006

Ragsdale 212

4190

Francisco Souto

Art

2006

Jenkins 2000

6255

 

   Student Academic Appellate Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

George Williams   

Education

2004

Speight 110

6021

Tom Durham      

Psychology

2004

Rawl 215

6118

Janice Neil

Nursing

2005

Rivers 245

1225

Michael Schinasi

Foreign Languages

2005

Bate 3309

6534

Greg Lapicki

Physics

2006

Howell E308

6894

Janice Lewis

Acad. Library Services

2006

Joyner 1005

2267

Mario Rey

Music

2006

Fletcher 266

6197

 

   Student Scholarships, Fellowships, And Financial Aid Committee  

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

James McKernan

Education

2004

Speight 307

1091

Elizabeth Sharpe

Social Work and CJS

2004

Ragsdale 200B

1447

Cynthia Bickley-Green 

Art

2005

Jenkins 1307

1293

Karen Sullivan  

Allied Health Sciences

2005

Belk 303

4419

John Reisch

Business

2005

Bate 3204 A

6619

Chal Benson

Mathematics

2006

Austin 224B

6574

Michele Sharp

English

2006

Bate 2131

6687

 

   Teaching Grants Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Sherralyn Cox

Surgery

2004

PCMH

744-5353

Tim Gavin            

Health & Human Perf.

2004

SMB 371

4684

Anthony Capehart

Biology

2004

Howell Complex

6296

Margaret Bauer

English

2004

Bate 2106

1537

Sharon Ballard

Human Env. Sciences

2005

Rivers 249-A

1356

John Bort        

Anthropology

2005

Brewster A-206

6136

Robin Webb-Corbett

Nursing

2005

Rivers 207

1232

Carmen Russoniello

Health & Human Perf.

2006

Minges 161

0024

Cynthia Bickley-Green

Art

2006

Jenkins 1307

1293

Jean-Luc Scemama

Biology

2006

Howell N203

1838

Harold Stone

Industry and Tech.

2006

Rawl Annex 139

1271

Gail Ratcliff

Mathematics

2006

Austin 129

1881

 

   University Budget Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Linda Mayne       

Nursing

2004

Rivers 202

0318

Patricia Clark

Theatre and Dance

2004

Messick 202

1196

Henry Ferrell          

History

2005

Brewster A-317

6326

Art Rodriquez

Chemistry

2005

Flanagan 315

6228

Edward Jacobs

Music

2006

Fletcher 302

4280

Charles Kovacs

Medicine

2006

Space 003

744-2998

Ralph Scott

Acad. Library Services

2006

Joyner 1406

0265

 

   Unit Code Screening Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Jen-Jar Lin

Medicine

2004

PCMH-TA 287

744-4963

Garris Conner         

Nursing

2004

Rivers LM-4

2330

Ken MacLeod

Business

2005

Bate 3407

6637

Richard Pozzuto

Social Work and CJS

2005

Ragsdale 224

2105

Christine Zoller

Art

2006

Jenkins 1314

1319

Beth Velde

Allied Health Sciences

2006

A.Health Tr 306B

2301

Joseph Flood

Health & Human Perf.

2006

Minges 163

2745

 

   University Curriculum Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Ron Graziani

Art

2005

Jenkins 1335

4067

Timothy Hudson   

Mathematics

2005

Austin 334

6703

Elizabeth Smith         

Acad. Library Services

2005

Joyner 1300

0297

Linda Kean

Comm. and Broadcasting

2005

Joyner East 113

1511

Javier Lorenzo

Foreign Languages

2006

Bate 3301

2667

Ellen Arnold

English

2006

Bate 2145

6663

Cheryl Estes

Health & Human Perf.

2006

Minges A11

4638

 

ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEES

Athletic Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Alta Andrews

Nursing    

2004

Rivers 239

4323

 

Dennis Chestnut

Psychology  

2004

Rawl 239

6308

 

Linda Kean

Communication 

2005

Joyner East 113

1511

 

John Reisch

Business 

2005

Bate 3204A

6619

 

Mark Taggart

Music 

2006

Fletcher 366

4278

 

 

Citation Appeals Board

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Leslie Omoruyi

Political Science

2004

Brewster A132

1063

 

Randy Joyner

Education

2004

Speight 223

1107

 

Kenneth Bass

Business

2004

Bate 3112

6384

 

James Humbert

Medicine

2004

PCMH W288

744-4676

 

 

Copyright Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Scott Thomson

Education

2004

Speight 207

1137

 

Jeff Shinpaugh

Physics

2005

Howell E102

1852

 

Sherry Cox

Medicine

2005

PCMH 301

744-2545

 

Susan Craft

Health Sciences Library

2006

Brody 1L09

744-2904

 

Carmen Russoniello

Health & Human Perf.

2006

Minges 161

328-0024

 

 

Faculty and Staff Benefits Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Cynthia Bickley-Green

Art

2004

Jenkins 1307

1293

 

Beth Winstead

Academic Library Services

2005

Joyner 1601

0247

 

Marieke Van Willigen

Sociology

2006

Brewster A406

6092

 

 



Informational Resources Coordinating Council

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Paul Fletcher

Medicine

2006

Brody 4W46B

744-2699

 

Chal Benson

Mathematics

2006

Austin 224B

6574

 

Nancy Shires

Academic Library Services

2006

Joyner 3300

6838

 

 

Parking and Transportation Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

John Bradley

Business

2004

Bate 3406

6801

 

Gil Leebrick

Art

2005

Jenkins Glry

1312

 

Catherine Rigsby

Geology

2005

Graham 204

4297

 

James Kohlmeyer

Business

2006

Bate 3125

6592

 


Research Ethics Oversight Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Laura McArthur

Human Environmental Sc

2004

Rivers 255

1360

 

Charles Hodson

Medicine

2005

Brody 7W58

744-2008

 

Nancy Stephenson

Nursing

2006

Rivers 201

1235

 


Smart Classroom Technology Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Jim Smith

Business

2004

Bate 3109

6559

 

Chris Ulffers         

Music

2005

Fletcher 336

4281

 

Rachel Ward

Chemistry

2006

Flanagan 420B

1640

 

 

 

 

Space Allocation Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Reide Corbett      

Geology

2004

Graham 201

1367

 

Jeff Shinpaugh    

Physics

2005

Howell E102

1852

 

Connie Ciesielski 

Industry & Technology

2006

Rawl 336

4139

 

 

APPELLATE COMMITTEES

Due Process Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Rick Taylor

English

2004

Bate 2206

6687

 

Greg Lapicki

Physics

2005

Howell E308

6894

 

Yong Wang   

Geography

2005

Brewster A223

1043

 

Christine Zoller

Art

2006

Jenkins 1314

1319

 

Ralph Scott

Academic Library Services

2006

Joyner 1406

0265

 

Dorothea Handron  - Alt

Nursing

2004

Rivers 120

4184

 

Jeanette Dolezal   - Alt

Medicine

2004

Brody 4W25

744-3682

 

Thomas Allen  - Alt

Communication

2005

Erwin 321

6577

 

Bruce Albright  - Alt

Allied Health Sciences

2006

Belk Annex 3

2220

 

Frederic Fladenmuller–Alt

Foreign Languages

2006

Bate 3307

6043

 

 

 

 

Faculty Grievance Committee

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Gene Hughes

Business

2004

Bate 3107

6026

 

William Grobe

Education

2004

Speight 102A

6862

 

Myra Brown

Allied Health Sciences

2005

Belk 304A

4436

 

Chris Ulffers

Music

2005

Fletcher 336

4281

 

Cathy Hall

Psychology

2005

Rawl 214

6498

 

Elizabeth Swann

Health & Human Perf.

2006

Ward 249

2884

 

Henry Ferrell

History

2006

Brewster A317

6326

 

Bob Morrison

Chemistry

2006

Flanagan 425

6238

 

Michael Schinasi  - Alt

Foreign Languages

2004

Bate 3309

6534

 

Hanna Jubran  - Alt

Art

2005

Jenkins 127

1303

 

 

Grievance Board

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Marcela Ruiz-Funes

Foreign Languages

2005

Bate 3320

6045

 

Andrew Stuart

Allied Health Sciences

2005

Belk Annex 5,6

5122

 

Patricia Anderson

Education

2005

Speight 302

4123

 

Tinsley Yarbrough

Political Science

2005

Brewster A135

4136

 

Jonathan Wacker

Music

2006

Fletcher 383

6566

 

Punam Madhok

Art

2006

Jenkins 1319

6262

 

Edson Justiniano

Physics

2006

Howell E109

1855

 

Alexandra Shlapentokh– Alt

Mathematics

2005

Austin 231

4108

 

Mary Kirkpatrick  - Alt

Nursing

2005

Space 118

4311

 

Kathleen Treole  - Alt

Allied Health Sciences

2006

Belk Annex 2,7

5120

 

Judy Bernhardt  - Alt

Nursing

2006

Rivers 130

4302

 

Angela Thompson  - Alt

History

2006

Brewster A315

1026

 

 

Hearing Board

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Timothy Hudson

Mathematics

2004

Austin 229

6703

 

Saeed Dar

Medicine

2004

Brody 6S20

744-3301

 

Belinda Lee

Nursing

2005

Rivers 100

4308

 

Art Rodriquez

Chemistry

2005

Flanagan 315

6228

 

Beth Winstead

Academic Library Services

2006

Joyner 1601

0247

 

George Williams  - Alt

Education

2004

Speight 111

6021

 

Boni Boswell  - Alt

Health & Human Perf.

2005

Minges 153

0007

 

Jack Karns  - Alt

Business

2005

Bate 3117

6643

 

Beth Velde – Alt

Allied Health Sciences

2006

A.Health Tr 306B

2301

 

Richard Mauger – Alt

Geology

2006

Graham 201

6016

 

 

Reconsideration  Board

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

James McKernan

Education

2004

Speight 307

1091

 

Sylvia Brown

Nursing

2004

Rivers 204

1227

 

Paul Gemperline

Chemistry

2005

Flanagan 327

6767

 

Marie Farr

English

2005

Bate 2207

6412

 

Paul Gares

Geography

2006

Brewster A224

6084

 

Nancy Shires – Alt

Academic Library Services

2004

Joyner 3300

6838

 

Donald Neal – Alt

Geology

2005

Graham 310

4392

 

Linda Mooney - Alt

Sociology

2005

Brewster A409

6137

 

Robin Webb-Corbett – Alt

Nursing

2006

Rivers 207

1232

 

Gary Lowe - Alt

Social Work & CJS

2006

Ragsdale 217A

2121

 

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES COMMITTEE

   Honorary Degrees, Awards and Distinctions Committee

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

Nancy Shires

Education

2004

Joyner 3300

6838

Seodial Deena

English

2004

Bate 2130

6683

Andrew Stuart

Allied Health Sciences

2005

Belk Annex 5, 6

5122

Cynthia Bickley-Green

Art

2006

Jenkins 1307

1293

Linda Allred

Psychology

2006

Rawl 132

4341

 

STUDENT LIFE COMMITTEE

 

Academic Integrity Board

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

Saeed Dar

Medicine

2004

Brody 6518

744-2885

 

Richard Pozzuto

Social Work &CJS

2005

Ragsdale 224

2105

 

Carl Swanson

History

2006

Brewster A319

6485

 

Michele Sharp

English

2006

Bate 2131

6687

 

Jessica Christie - Alt

Art

2004

Jenkins 1311

1300

 

Britton Theurer - Alt

Music

2004

Fletcher 379

6248

 

Kimberly Floyd – Alt

Education

2006

Irons 130

2749

 

Chris Carolan - Alt

Math

2006

Austin 125A

2130

 

 

                                                     STUDENT UNION COMMITTEES

 

 

 

 

 

Barefoot Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

 

Cynthia Bickley-Green

Art

2004

Jenkins 1307

1293

 

 

Punam Madhok

Art

2004

Jenkins 1319

6262

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cultural Awareness Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

 

Jessica Christie

Art

2004

Jenkins 1311

1300

 

 

Gay Wilentz

English

2004

Bate 2105

6678

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Films Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

 

Frederic Fladenmuller

Foreign Languages

2004

Bate 3307

6043

 

 

Edson Justiniano

Physics

2004

Howell E109

1855

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marketing Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

 

Susan DelVecchio

Business

2004

Bate 3416

6595

 

 

Stacey Altman

Health & Human Perf.

2004

Minges 60

4635

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Popular Entertainment Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

 

Mario Rey

Music

2004

Fletcher 266

6197

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spectrum Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

 

Marianna Walker

Allied Health Sciences

2004

Belk Annex 2, 1

4403

 

 

Linda Kean

Communication

2004

Joyner East 113

1511

 

 

 

Visual Arts Committee

 

 

 

 

 

 Name

Dept/School/College

Term

Office Location

Office Phone

 

 

Hanna Jubran

Art

2004

Jenkins 127

1303

 

 

Gil Leebrick

Art

2004

Jenkins Gallery

1312

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attachment 3.

 

ELECTION OF COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES MEMBERS

(no specifications, 2 year terms)

 

Terms expiring:            

2003    Richard Miller                Philosophy

2003    Ralph Scott                    Academic Library Services

2003    Henry Ferrell                  History

              

Others on the committee:         

2004    Donald Neal                  Geology

2004    Mark Taggart                 Music

2004    Paul Gares                    Geography

 

 

 

Attachment 4.

 

 

ELECTION OF AGENDA COMMITTEE MEMBERS

(no specifications, 1 year terms)

 

Terms expiring:

2003    Catherine Rigsby          Geology

2003    Bill Sugar                       Education

2003    David Pravica               Mathematics

2003    Mark Taggart                 Music

2003    Purificacion Martinez    Foreign Languages and Literatures