Needs and Confirmations
Proposed Committee Members to be Confirmed June 16, 2008
Please email Academic Senate Vice-President Alex Kramer (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be considered as a faculty representative for any committee. N.B. All committee
members are expected to collect email from their district email address
and use MeetingMaker for meeting times and places.
Proposed hiring committees must be received by 12:00 pm one week before a Senate meeting to be considered for approval.
Hiring Committee for biology position:
Doris Spanggord, Biology faculty
Anna Miller, Biology faculty
Catherine Hrycyk, Nursing faculty
Sherri Cozzens, Nursing faculty
Marge Sainten, classified staff
Tenure Review Committees:
For Iaroslav Kryliouk, mathematics (tenure candidate):
Janice Hector (Department Representative)
David Newton (PSME Division Representative)
For new fall chemistry position (awaiting confirmation):
Gary Fisher (Department Representative)
Millia Ison (Division Representative)
For new fall biology position:
Doris Spanggord, (department)
Judy Cuff-Alverado, (division)
At-large Tenure Review Committee Member:
8 at-large members needed (5 already confirmed):
To confirm today: Marilyn Patton
Instructional Planning and Budget Team faculty representative:
Committees Needing FacultyAcademic Integrity and Disruptive Behavior Committee: This committee will work with Michelle LeBleiu-Burns and John Cognetta to develop guidelines regarding academic integrity and disruptive behavior. 3-5 faculty needed.
Tenure Review Committees: At large committee members needed for 8 new hires. Committee members will need to be trained by the end of Spring quarter.
Professional Development Leave district committee: One
faculty member needed to represent De Anza faculty. This committee
meets more frequently in the fall when PDL proposals are evaluated.
Subsequent meetings are held as needed about once or twice a quarter.
For more information contact Leti Wong x8684.
BSI Steering Committee: Two
faculty needed to provide input on the BSI steering committee. For more
information on the BSI project contact Gregory Anderson or Michelle
Teaching and Learning Steering Committee: The goal of this committee is to identify key findings from the faculty surveys and focus group interviews in order to prepare recommendations for strengthening faculty development in the comming years. 2-3 faculty needed to replace faculty who have moved into administrative position s or who might be ending their service on the Committee. Next meeting is Thurs., June 19, 2:00-4:00pm in the District Board Room.
Faculty Mentoring Committee: Faculty needed to help develop a faculty advising program for students in specific disciplines/programs. Contact Andrew LaManque (x8777) for more information. A first meeting is scheduled for March 11, from 2-3 pm in Adm 109.
Committee for Part-time Faculty Office Space: Two or more faculty (part-time or full-time) needed to discuss ideas for the new part-time faculty office space. More details forthcoming.
The WAITT (We're All In This Together) Senate Subcommittee: The committee of faculty and staff is dedicated to an ongoing campaign to make the college friendly in all ways imaginable and appropriate for members of the college community and especially new and prospective students. For more information contact: Paul Setziol x8512
Open Educational Resources Senate Subcommittee: This committee of faculty meets to discuss ideas regarding open education resources including the sharing of websites and other resources, best strategies to maintain academic integrity, ways to increase viable resources, and so forth. The committee might have a significant opportunity in the future pending legislation that would establish a center for the development of open educational resources and include a potential $3,000,000 grant at Foothill-De Anza. See the following article for more info: http://www.plotkin.com/blog-archives/2007/03/news_flash_rusk_1.html . For more information contact: Willie Pritchard x8549
ePortfolios Senate Subcommittee: One or two faculty members to look into the consortium and determine if De Anza wants to participate. See http://eportfolio.sfsu.edu/ for more information about San Francisco State University's commitment. For more information contact: Wayne Chenoweth x5816Campus Center Advisory Committee: A campus-wide committee consisting of students, faculty, classified staff, and administrators. This committee meets to discuss policies as they relate to the campus center including food services, conference rooms, and so forth. The committee makes recommendations to College Council. Meeting time: 3rd Monday of each month, 2:30 – 3:30p.m. For more information contact: Paula Joseph x8758
Environmental Sustainability Subcommittee - Any faculty
members wishing to serve. Meeting time: every Tuesday 3:00 - 4:00 pm. Meeting place: KC214
For more information contact: Laura Raffaelli
Catalyst Features Committee - Faculty members from each
division need to determine what features should be added to our new learning
management system called Catalyst. Meeting time: 1st
and 3rd Thursdays 3:00 - 4:30 pm. Meeting place: LCW-26. For more information contact: Wayne Chenoweth email@example.com
Library Advisory Subcommittee - One faculty member from each
division to advise the library in the area of acquisitions and the selection of
books to be discarded. For more information contact: Vladimir Logvinenko firstname.lastname@example.org