Letters and Documents of the Senate 2009/2010

  1. Some photos by Peter Gilkey
  2. Email from Paul Simonds agreeing to be Parlimentarian of the Senate for 2009/10
  3. Email correspondence between Peter Gilkey and Frank Stahl regarding quorum.
  4. Remarks by incoming Senate President Peter Gilkey at the 27 May organizational Senate meeting.
  5. Appointment of the Senate Rules Committee. See also Parlimentary information.
  6. Statement 27 May 2009 from Nathan Tublitz to the 2008/9 UO Senate
  7. Email from Peter Gilkey concerning civility in relationship to the 27 May 2009 UO Senate meeting.
  8. Email from Harinder Kaur Khalsa concerning faculty governance.
  9. Email 28 May 2009 from Paul van Donkelaar concerning the Faculty Governance Committee.
  10. Email 29 May 2009 from Paul van Donkelaar concerning the 27 May 2009 VP Election process. See subsequent email as well.
  11. Email 29 May 2009 from Frank Stahl concerning the 27 May 2009 VP Election process.
  12. Email 29 May 2009 between Peter Gilkey and Paul Simonds concerning a POSSIBLE contingency in faculty governance.
  13. Email 30 May 2009 between Peter Gilkey and Frank Stahl concerning US09/10-1.
  14. Email 2 June 2009 concerning the VP Election from Paul van Donkelaar.
  15. Information concerning full voting rights for the Senate Vice President.
  16. Email exchange between Dave Hubin and Peter Gilkey concerning putting committee solicitation system on the web.
  17. Emails from Peter Gilkey concerning the decision by PEBB to switch to a new provider.
  18. Email of 15 June 2009 from Peter Gilkey concerning Senate Minutes.
  19. Email of 16 June 2009 from Peter Gilkey to the UO Senate concerning Senate Committee Structures.
  20. Email of 16 June 2009 from Peter Gilkey concerning PEBB.
  21. Email of 17 June 2009 from Nathan Tublitz concerning PEBB.
  22. Report by Linda King to the IFS concerning the OSU Senate meeting on PEBB 17 June 2009.
  23. Email from P. Gilkey 18 June 2009 concerning SRC.
  24. Email from P. Gilkey 18 June 2009 concerning FSC.
  25. Email from P. Gilkey 19 June 2009 concerning the SBC.
  26. Letter from Peter Gilkey to Dave Frohnmayer 21 June 2009 concerning Faculty Governance and Summer 2009.
  27. Communication to the campus community 6 July 2009 concerning PEBB from Ernie Pressman (Benefits Administrator)
  28. Email 7 July 2009 from Peter Gilkey to Dave Hubin concerning an Ad-hoc Senate-Presidential working group on internal governance.
  29. Email 18 August 2009 to the members of the Faculty Governance Committee.
  30. Charge to the Faculty Governance Committee.
  31. State of the University 1969 by UO President Clark -- relates to faculty governance.
  32. Faculty Leadership Meeting 22 September 2009
  33. A possible faculty governance proposal. This was presented to the Faculty Governance Committee by P. Gilkey 24 September 2009 and represents a document which was circulated last spring. It is neither endorsed nor recommended by P. Gilkey and is only presented in the interests of an open debate.
  34. Lecture "what is the role of the Senate on a unionized campus - the SUNY Buffalo experience" by Ezra Zubrow - Wednesday 7 October 1600-1720 Knight Library Brousing Room. Sponsored by the UO Chapter of the AAUP.
  35. PEBB information links.
  36. Report of the Senate Nominating Committee to the 14 October 2009 UO Senate meeting.
  37. Email 13 October 2009 from P. Gilkey to M. Grier concerning the Oregon Public Meetings Law and its applicability to the UO Senate.
  38. Information on Open Access Week (Oct 19-23) at the UO -- relates to US 09/10-3 a motion to create a committee on open access.
  39. Report by Paul Donkelaar to the UO Senate 14 October 2009 concerning the faculty governance committee.
  40. 14 October 2009 Intent to substantively revise the UO Policy Statement: Alleged Misconduct in Research
  41. Two emails requesting postponment of the 18 November 2009 Statuatory Faculty meeting Email P. Gilkey 15 October 2009 Motion 15 October 2009 from the Faculty Governance Committee.
  42. Information presented at University Senate meeting October 14, 2009 by F. Dyke CFO and Vice President for Finance and Administration
  43. Email 16 October 2009 from P. Gilkey concerning open enrollment.
  44. Announcement of the Town Hall Meeting 21 October 2009 concerning the budget. See also Email from Gilkey to members of the UO Senate 16 October 2009.
  45. Remarks by Parlimentarian Paul SImonds to the UO Senate 14 October 2009.
  46. IMD 6.205-6.215 concerning copyright (for full State Board IMD see www.ous.edu/about/polipro/files/IMD%2012-04.pdf or [Archival copy on this website]
  47. Email from Parlimentarian Paul Simonds 20 October 2009 about the spring organizational meeting.
  48. Links concerning public acess to scholarly publications.
  49. Email from Peter Gilkey to various people 24 October 2009 concerning US09/10-3 (Public access to scholarly publishing).
  50. Report of the Senate Nominating Committee to the 11 November meeting of the UO Senate.
  51. A proposal for a Bi-Cameral Legislature as a model of Faculty Governance - prepared by P. Gilkey 1 November 2009.
  52. Email 2 November 2009 to the Senate Rules Committee concerning US09/10-7 and US09/10-8.
  53. Email 3 November 2009 concerning US09/10-3.
  54. Memo 5 November 2009 from P. Gilkey re US09/10-7.
  55. Email 5 November 2009 from P. Gilkey re US09/10-8.
  56. Remarks by Carl Bybee (President UO Chapter AAUP) to the UO Senate October 2009
  57. Report by the Faculty Governance Committee to the UO Senate 11 November 2009.
  58. Report to the UO Senate 11 November 2009 by the General Counsel concerning the patriot act.
  59. Report to the UO Senate 11 November 2009 on sustainability/greenhouse gasses.
  60. Memo 10 November 2009 -- a note of clarification on practices that have been followed to organize the interaction between the provost and his staff with the FPC. This either does or does not relate to US09/10-8
  61. Emails 10 November 2009 to Frank Stahl and to the Senate Rules Committee re US09/10-8.
  62. Information from OUS concerning enrollment 2009 Enrollment data and Fall 2009 enrollment fact sheet presented to the 2009/10 UO Senate.
  63. Information given by M. Grier concerning the extent to which the Oregon Public Meetings Law is applicable to the UO Senate.
  64. Email from Senate President Gilkey requesting information concerning recent use of public information requests.
  65. Email from Frank Stahl 16 November 2009 relating to a previous Memo from M. Grier concerning the extent to which the Oregon Public Meetings Law is applicable to the UO Senate.
  66. Email 9 April 2009 from John Bonine concerning voting status of Emeritus Faculty in the Assembly. Followup 16 November 2010 by Frank Stahl. Further followup 17 November 2010 by Frank Stahl.
  67. Memo of 17 November 2009 to UO President Lariviere concerning Senate Actions taken in October and November 2009.
  68. Memo 18 November 2009 from Dave Frohnmayer to George Pernsteiner re a document The Coming Crisis in College Completion: Oregon's Challenge and a Proposal for First Steps
  69. Email 19 November 2009 from Parlimentarian Paul Simonds concerning how to appeal a ruling of the chair.
  70. Email 19 November 2009 requesting postponement of consideration of US09/10-6 until January.
  71. Information on Furloughs at Oregon State University.
  72. Email 20 November 2009 from P. Gilkey to the Senate Rules Committee Re US09/10-7 attaching Information received from the General Counsel's Office concerning this motion.
  73. Report by Colin Miller (Director of Design and Editing Services) to the 2 December UO Senate concerning the possibility of the UO going paperless for the UO general catalog and the Law School catalog (see SenateCatalogHistory.pdf and SenateCatalogTimeline Going paperless.pdf)
  74. Formation of the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Public Access to Scholarly Publishing.
  75. Email 23 November 2009 concerning possible policy statements.
  76. Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Scholarly Publishing Web Page
  77. Comments 20 November 2009 by John Minahan (President Western Oregon University) concerning the Frohnmayer report.
  78. Email as of 28 November 2009 from Professor Harbaugh concerning US 09/10-7 and postponing consideration until February 2010.
  79. Report Of the internal governance committee to the UO Senate 2 December 2009.
  80. Email 2 December 2009 from John Bonine concerning Faculty Governance.
  81. Letter from UO Senate President Gilkey to UO President Lariviere concerning actions taken by the UO Senate at the 2 December 2009 UO Senate meeting.
  82. Email 6 December 2009 from Peter Gilkey to the UO Senate concerning US09/10-9, US09/10-10, and the possible of organizing a townhall meeting.
  83. Document given by Senate President Gilkey to the OA Council 9 December 2009.
  84. Documents given by Senate President Gilkey to the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Public Access 9 December 2009.
  85. Email 9 December 2009 from Dev Sinha concerning the first meeting of the Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Public Access to Scholarly Materials.
  86. Email correspondence 4 Dec 2009 and subsequent between Senate President Gilkey and the General Counsel concerning a freedom of information act request re US09/10-7. See also Correspondence from Gilkey 10 Dec 2009 and Correspondence between GIlkey and Harbaugh 10-11 Dec 2009.
  87. Email 4 Dec 2009 from Robert Melnick to the Campus Community solicitying comments on the Draft Conflict of Commitment report by the Conflict of Commitment Working Group. Updated 10 December 2009 -- see also Draft.
  88. Presentation by Robin Holmes (Vice President Student Affairs) to the UO Senate 2 Dec 2009.
  89. Email 12 December 2009 transmitting US09/10-12 to the Senate Rules Committee.
  90. Some emails from Peter Gilkey to various people relating to a possible townhall meeting concerning unionization.
  91. Email 20 December 2009 and Email 22 December 2009 from Bill Harbaugh concerning US09/10-7.
  92. Email 4 January 2010 from Peter Gilkey pursuant to US09/10-10 appointing a Senate Working Group to implement US08/9-8.
  93. OA policy initiative report from Linda King for the UO Senate 13 January 2010.
  94. Memo 22 December 2009 from Russ Tomlin (Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs) to Gordon Sayre (FPC Chair) re Consultation with the FPC Chair.
  95. Presentation by Professor Frohnmayer to the UO Senate 13 January 2010.
  96. Email concerning Report for Review and Comment on Conflict of Commitment (7 January 2010); Cover letter and Draft Final Report
  97. Memo from Rich Linton 8 January 2010 concerning the Riverfront Research Park Planning. This is related to US 09/10-11
  98. Email -- An Election Reminder from the Office of the General Counsel
  99. Email from UO Senate Vice President Nathan Tublitz 8 January 2010 concerning Survey of Providence related health care issues.
  100. Draft Resolution from the InterInstitutional Faculty Senate on Restructuring Public Higher Education in Oregon.
  101. Email from UO Senator Stark-MacMillan 10 January 2010 concering the Riverfront Research Park Resolution US09/10-11.
  102. 12 January 2010 Appointment of theJoint administration/senate committee on State Accountability Metrics and of the Senate Working Group to implement US08/9-8.
  103. Email 11 January 2010 from P. Gilkey to M. Grier concerning Freedom of Information Request made in December.
  104. Email from Frank Stahl 11 January 2010 concerning US09/10-12A&B.
  105. Email from John Bonine 12 January 2010 with several questions for the UO President. See also Letter from Peter Gilkey to the UO President and to the General Counsel.
  106. Resignation Letter of Peter Gilkey as Senate President as of 13 January 2010.
  107. Letter from Senate President Nathan Tublitz to UO President Richard Lariviere as of 19 January 2010 concerning Riverfront Research Park.
  108. Letter from Senate President Nathan Tublitz to Mayor Piercy as of 19 January 2010 concerning Riverfront Research Park.
  109. Letter from Senate President Nathan Tublitz to General Counsel Melinda Grier 21 January 2010.
  110. Report of the Joint Academic Affairs/Senate Conflict of Commitment Working Group, 3 February 2010.
  111. Letter from Senate President Nathan Tublitz to Oregon Senate Commerce and Workforce Development Committee regarding Senate Bill 989, 5 February 2010.
  112. Letter from members of the Child Care and Family Support Committee to Senate President Nathan Tublitz and Vice President for Finance and Administration, Frances Dyke, 24 February, 2010.
  113. Letter from Margie Paris (Law) and Bob Bussel (Labor and Education Research Center) re resolution concerning Pacifica Forum US09/10-14
  114. Article on Academic Freedom by Cary Nelson, AAUP President
  115. Report from Internal Governance Committee Chair, Paul van Donkelaar to UO Senate 14 April 2010
  116. Proposed Policy Statement to describe University policy and commitment regarding academic freedom and freedom of inquiry. Basis of Senate motion US09/10-18.
  117. Overview of Budget Model by Brad Shelton, Vice Provost for Budget and Planning to UO Senate 14 April 2010
  118. Results of University Senate Survey on Unionization 28 Apr 2010
  119. Proposed Policy on Use of Facilities 29 April 2010
  120. Freedom of Inquiry PolicyTo describe University policy and commitment regarding academic freedom and freedom of inquiry. 29 April 2010
  121. Letter regarding smoke free campus update from Frances Dyke, Vice President Finance and Administration. 1 May 2010
  122. Memo from Professor Alec Murphy regarding unionization. 3 May 2010
  123. UO Salary Comparisons 2009-10 from local AAUP
  124. Report from Undergraduate Council (2009-2010) 26 May 2010
  125. Report from Athletics Department 2009-2010. 14 April 2010
  126. Report from Vice President Charles Martinez, Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity: Diversity Strategic Action Plans Progress Report Summary 26 May 2010
  127. Email to University Senators from Senate President Nathan Tublitz re Conclusion of Academic Year in the University Senate
  128. 2009-2010 End-of-Year Report from Undergraduate Council, 26 May 2010
  129. Report on Grade Culture from Undergraduate Council, 3 June 2010
  130. 2009-10 Annual Report from the Faculty Advisory Council, chaired by Barbara Altman (Romance Languages)

last updated 17 August 2010 by ms