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oct2005 - NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS FACULTY COUNCIL...

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1 NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS FACULTY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES October 19, 2005 Present: Trish Casey, Norman Coates, Wayne Crawford, Nora Gump, Renata Jackson, Leslie Kamtman, Steve LaCosse, Geordie MacMinn, Rick Miller, Lynda Moss, LeRoy Percy, Ellen Rosenberg, Jeryl Prescott Sales, Christine Spizzo Elaine Pruitt for Provost Lavelli ( ex officio ) Absent: Dale Girard, John Toia I. Approval of Minutes The minutes of the October 5, 2005 Faculty Council meeting were approved as written. II. Chair Report Erskine Bowles will spend a full day on campus, date TBA. Encourage participation in the Teaching Excellence Awards nomination process. Prepare to discuss the Progressive Responsibility portion of Evaluation Procedures for Reappointment (Faculty Manual. Appendix E. Section IV) at next meeting. o Trish will email Council feedback gathered by Ellen Rosenberg from some Academic Programs undergraduate faculty. Contract evaluation schedule 3 3 5 10 was approved by the Chancellor. III. Committee Reports A. Educational Policies – Renata Jackson No report. (EPC will meet next week.) B. Campus Development – no report C. Faculty Welfare and Development – no report IV. Special Orders A. Library representation of Faculty Welfare and Development Committee. Discussion tabled for future Council meeting.
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