|2000-2001 members||Representing||Term Expires|
|Robert Buchanan, Mathematics||Science and Mathematics||2001|
|Christopher Corley, Music||Humanities||2002|
|Tanya Kevorkian, History||Social Sciences||2001|
|Thomas Mertz, Computer Science||Science and Mathematics||2002|
|Jennifer Miller, Philosophy||Humanities||2001|
|Irene Risser, Library||Non School||2002|
|Elliot Seda, Educational Foundations||Education||2001|
|James Stager, Associate Provost||Office of the Provost|
|Lillie West, Elementary Education||Education||2002|
|Robert K. Wismer, Chemistry||Chairperson||2003|
|Vacant Seats||Social Sciences||2002|
The committee considered thirty-nine proposals and approved thirty-four, suggesting minor revisions to about half of those proposals. Of the remaining five proposals: one had been approved previously and therefore was withdrawn, one was considered a minor change and required no further consideration, two were referred to the Honors Committee and the Humanities Committee before final action, and one proposal is still pending. As in the past, the spokesperson for each proposal received in writing (1) acknowledgement that the proposal had been received, (2) confirmation of the time the proposal was to be presented, (3) a statement of suggested modifications if any, and (4) indication that the proposal had passed the committee and the procedure to be followed for Faculty Senate.
The chairperson thanks all members of the committee for their consistency, understanding, and assistance. Their dedication makes sure that presentations can occur and that proposals can be considered. In addition to considering all proposals, committee members rotate the job of keeping minutes. Finally, the chairperson gratefully acknowledges the four dedicated years of service by Robert Buchanan.