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Resolutions

 

Calendar Motion on Religious Holidays

Approved 8 March 2017

 

  • Whereas our college and campus is composed of members from a wide and diverse variety of faiths, faiths whose holidays are often not listed on traditional calendars produced in the United States, and
  • Whereas our college should strive to accommodate the religious practices of all our faculty, recognizing that exigent circumstances may occasionally not make that possible,

Be it resolved that the College of Liberal Arts’ Faculty Council should attempt to avoid scheduling its meetings on major religious holidays and, in order to avoid such conflicts, the Faculty Council’s Executive Committee should consult the relevant calendars before the starts of fall and spring semesters to ensure that its meetings are not so scheduled.

Be it further resolved that the CLA Faculty Council recommend the same practice to the Academic Senate Calendar Committee and further request that this committee establish a procedure for how major holidays may be added to the calendar.

 

CLA Faculty Council Resolution on the Ethnic Studies Draft Report Sept 9, 2015   The CLA Faculty Council endorses the 10 recommendations of the Task Force on Ethnic Studies Draft Report and further, votes to convene a group to:

  1. a) assess how they have been, are being or will be met by practices, initiatives and actions on our campus,
  2. b) report back to the FC and the CLA Dean with recommendations.

 

CLA Faculty Council Letter Regarding Ethnic Studies

CLA-FC-Ethnic_Studies_Letter

CLA Faculty Council Resolution on Academic Calendar / Final Exam Schedule

CLA-Resolution_on_Calendar-Final_Exam_Schedule

CLA Faculty Council Resolution on Intellectual Property

CLA FC RESOLUTION on INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

NOV 12, 2014

  The CLA Faculty Council hereby resolves that all ownership and usage of intellectual property (with the exception of SCO and syllabi) remain with faculty, even when granted work for hire