Or not! Regardless, our third Senate meeting approaches.
Will you be prepared for flipped presentations in Senate?
Reports, reports, reports: Interim Provost Dan Wakelee expects to share information about the 2025 Graduation Initiative (G.I.); we welcome Chair Chris Miller of the Academic Senate of the CSU; and of course Simone Aloisio (ASCSU Senator), John Griffin (CFA CI Chapter Prez) and I will have things to share.
IRPE (Institutional Research, Planning and Effectiveness) is providing a wealth of information relevant to our campus’ 2025 G.I. targets and how we can use data to more effectively understand what we’re doing. Yes, it’s the new paradigm: prepare for the meeting and bring questions to ask after a shorter overview is presented. (Slides via Senate Materials page.)
Reports are trickling up to the Senate Executive Board about pending policies, etc. – SAPP is first to the finish with a revision of our Add Policy.
Fiscal Policies is working hard to ensure that faculty voices are engaged in our campus’ budget process. The Co-Chairs will provide an extended announcement; preview info via the Senate materials page (or via this link).
Finally, we welcome Nichole Ipach, VP for Advancement, for a session focused on how faculty and Advancement can be effective partners in moving our institution forward. Again, long version in the materials; short version to be presented, followed by Q&A.
Community Time at 2: come meet ASCSU Chair Chris Miller, enjoy some snacks, and hobnob with your colleagues!
Chair “Office Hour”
Third iteration: Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2 – 3 pm, SUB courtyard (Why? There are more perspectives, questions, thoughts to ponder, and great ideas out there than our Community (Half) Hours, Senate meeting times, and campus email processes could ever capture. I invite you to join me for coffee (or EABs) on non-Senate/ non-Senate Exec-Tuesdays as your schedules and time permit. I’ll announce a (shifting) time and location each time I post a newsletter. Ideally you’ll do most of the talking and I’ll listen.)
Newsletter #3: last word
“We cannot do democracy without a heavy dose of civility.” Mike Pence