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EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

2002-2003 FACULTY SENATE

 

The first regular meeting of the 2002-2003 Faculty Senate will be held on Tuesday, September 3, 2002, at 2:10 in the Mendenhall Student Center Great Room

 

FULL AGENDA

I.          Call to Order

 

II.                      Approval of Minutes

 

              April 23, 2002 and April 30, 2002

 

III.                    Special Order of the Day

 

              A.     Roll Call

 

              B.     Announcements

 

              C.    William Muse, Chancellor

 

              D.    Provost/Vice Chancellor‰s Report

 

E.           Bob Morrison, Chair of the Faculty

 

              F.     Mike Hamrick, Director

University Athletics Department

 

G.    Trenton Davis, Chair

University Athletics Committee and Academic Integrity Subcommittee

(attachment 1)

 

H.           Update on the Initiative to Reduce the Impact of Alcohol, Drugs and Violence at ECU,

        Brian McMillen

 

I.      Question Period

 

 IV.         Unfinished Business

              

V.                    Report of Committees

 

A.            University Curriculum Committee, Dale Knickerbocker

         Curriculum matters contained in the minutes of April 25, 2002

 

B.           Committee on Committees, Henry Ferrell (attachment 2)

1.        Nomination for a Faculty Assembly Delegate

2.        Nomination for members of the Administrative Copyright Committee

3.        Resolution on Faculty Senate appointments on the Enrollment Management Council

4.        Nomination for members of the Enrollment Management Council

 

C.           Educational Policies and Planning Committee, Bob Morrison

Report on the immediate transfer of the Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Safety from the School of Industry and Technology to the School of Health and Human Performance.

 

VI.                  New Business

 

              Resolution reaffirming the commitment of ECU to Academic Freedom, Ralph Scott (attachment 3)


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Attachment 1.

University Athletics Committee

Academic Integrity Subcommittee Report

 

Fall 2001

·        429 Student-Athletes on rosters

·        150 (34.9%) earned academic honors

·        Five teams attained a semester GPA of ≥ 3.0

o       Women‰s Cross Country

o       Softball

o       Women‰s Swimming

o       Women‰s Tennis

o       Volleyball

·        Six teams had a cumulative GPA of ≥ 3.0

o       Women‰s Cross Country

o       Women‰s Golf

o       Softball

o       Women‰s Swimming

o       Women‰s Tennis

o       Volleyball

·        Fall GPA for all Student-Athletes 2.75

·        Fall GPA for all ECU undergraduates 2.61

·        Cumulative GPA for Student-Athletes 2.84

·        Cumulative GPA for all ECU undergraduates 2.58

·        Number of Student-Athletes on academic probation 29 (7%)

·        Number of Student-Athletes academically ineligible 4 (< 1%)

Spring 2002

·        388 Student-Athletes on rosters

·        148 (38%) earned academic honors

·        Six teams attained a semester GPA of ≥ 3.0

o       Women‰s Cross Country

o       Women‰s Soccer

o       Softball

o       Women‰s Swimming

o       Women‰s Tennis

o       Volleyball

 

·        Four teams cumulative GPA of ≥ 3.0

o       Women‰s Cross Country

o       Softball

o       Women‰s Tennis

o       Volleyball

·        Spring GPA for all Student-Athletes 2.74

·        Spring GPA for all ECU undergraduates 2.68

·        Cumulative GPA for Student-Athletes 2.82

·        Cumulative GPA for ECU undergraduates 2.57

·        Number of Student-Athletes on academic probation 20 (5.1%)

·        Number of Student-Athletes academically ineligible 7 (1.8%)

Other Recognition for Academic Achievement

·        136 ECU Student-Athletes received Conference-USA Commissioner‰s Honor Roll recognition during 2001-2002 (maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher)

·        20 Student-Athletes earned the Conference-USA Commissioner‰s Academic Medal during 2001-2002 (3.75 GPA or higher)

·        Softball team received the C-USA Sport Academic Award (tied with St. Louis) for the highest team GPA

·        Sam Narron (Baseball) named to Verizon Academic All American Team

·        Football honored by the American Football Coaches‰ Association as one of 25 teams with 70% or higher graduation rate for the 1996-1997 freshman class

·        Women‰s Cross Country team earned national All-Academic honors. To qualify, a team must compile at least a 3.25 GPA. The award was presented by the Women‰s Intercollegiate Coaches Association

I.                    Community Service 2001-2002:

·        2,819 hours

·        Softball had the highest team average of 21 hrs/Student-Athlete

 

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY

CONFERENCE USA 2001 ‹ 2002

MISSED CLASS TIME SURVEY SUMMARY

 


 

 

 



 

TEAM

Total Missed Class Days

Total Missed Final Exam Days

Conference

Regular Season

Post Season

Regular Season

Post Season

Football

5

0

----

----

Conference

0

0

----

----

Non-Conference

Men‰s Basketball

15

3 ½

----

----

Conference

7

0

----

----

Non-Conference

Women‰s Basketball

5

0

----

----

Conference

4

0

----

----

Non-Conference

Men‰s Cross Country

0

0

----

----

Conference

0

2

----

----

Non-Conference

Women‰s Cross Country

0

0

----

----

Conference

0

2

----

----

Non-Conference

Men‰s Soccer

7

0

----

----

Conference

3 ½

0

----

----

Non-Conference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Women‰s Soccer

6 ½

4 ½

----

----

Conference

 

3 ½

0

----

----

Non-Conference

 

Men‰s Swimming

0

4

----

----

Conference

 

5

0

----

----

Non-Conference

 

Women‰s Swimming

0

4

----

----

Conference

 

5

0

----

----

Non-Conference

 

Volleyball

6

3 ½

----

----

Conference

 

2 ½

0

----

----

Non-Conference

 

Baseball

3

0

0

0

Conference

 

7 ½

0

0

0

Non-conference

 

Men‰s Track

0

5

0

0

Conference

 

10

3

0

0

Non-Conference

 

Women‰s Tennis

3

3

--

--

Conference

 

13 ½

0

--

--

Non-Conference

 

Women‰s Track

0

3

0

2

Conference

 

9

½

0

0

Non-Conference

 

Men‰s Tennis

2

3

0

0

Conference

 

13

0

0

0

Non-Conference

 

Softball

4

0

0

2

Conference

 

10

0

0

0

Non-Conference

 

Women‰s Golf

0

2 ½

0

0

Conference

 

14 ½

--

0

0

Non-Conference

 

Men‰s Golf

0

3

0

0

Conference

 

18 ½

0

0

0

Non-Conference

 

 

 

 

Attachment 2.

 

Committee on Committees Report

 

1.           Nomination for Faculty Assembly Delegate:      Brenda Killingsworth, Business

 

       Other Delegates:                                                      Alternates:

Bob Morrison, Chemistry                                                Michael Duffy, Art

John Cope, Psychology                                                  Mark Taggart, Music

Ralph Scott, Academic Library Services                      Mary Glascoff, H&HP

David Pravica, Mathematics                                          David Long, History

                                                                                           Lou Everett, Nursing

 

2.            Nominations for members of the Administrative Copyright Committee:

 

Beth Winstead, Academic Library Services                             2003 term

George Bailey, Philosophy                                                         2003 term

Scott Thomson, Education                                                          2004 term

Jeff Shinpaugh, Physics                                                              2005 term

Sherry Cox, Medicine                                                                  2005 term

 

3.           Resolution on Faculty Senate appointments on the Enrollment Management Council

 

The Committee on Committees recommends to the Chancellor that five faculty members serve as additional members to the Enrollment Management Council. Three faculty members will serve as regular members with vote and will be elected each year by the Faculty Senate. Two faculty members will serve as ex-officio members with vote and will be the Chair of the Admissions and Retention Policies Committee, or designee and the Chair of the Faculty, or designee.                          

 

4.           Nominations for members of the Enrollment Management Council:

 

              Nancy Moss, Nursing                                                                    2003 term

              Katie Walsh, Health & Human Performance                              2004 term

              George Williams, Education                                                        2005 term

              Chair of the Admissions & Retention Policies Committee, or designee       

              Chair of the Faculty or designee                                                 

 

 

 

Faculty Senate Meeting

September 3, 2002

Attachment 3.

NEW BUSINESS

BE IT RESOLVED at the August 19, 2002, Faculty Convocation that the Faculty of East Carolina University reaffirm the commitment of their university to academic freedom and the fair exchange of ideas as well as their commitment to the understanding of different cultures and conflicting values of all kinds with the confidence that thoughtful study and intellectual inquiry are fundamental to this University and the goals of the Faculty.