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Robert Bartell, Dennis Baughman, Mark Casteel, Marshall Coyle, Dianne Creagh, Harriet Darling, Deborah Eicher-Catt, Barbara Eshbach, Robert (Bob) Farrell, Ann Fetterman, Deirdre Folkers, Charles (Chuck) Gaston, Thomas (Tom) Getz, Sukhdeep Gill, Frederick (Fred) Haag, Harley Hartman, Abul Hasan, Arthur (Art) Henne, Cecilia Heydl-Cortinez, Arla Huber, Ed Jenkins, Ali Kara, Chuck Kennedy, Andrew (Andy) Landis, David Latzko, Fulgentius Lugenmwa, Kerry Magni, Michael Marcus, Catherine Moon, Maureen Muller-Kahle, Javed Siddique, Abdul Siddiqui, Noel Sloboda, Jeanmarie St.Clair-Christman, Stuart Stelly,  Ken Swalgin, Kip Trout, Emily Wenk, Manel Wijesinha, Dixie Winters, Anne Vardo-Zalik, James Ziegler, Jane Emery, Holly Gumke, Patrick Tanner, Sue Ruch, Michael (Mike) Brennan, Barbara (Barb) Dennis, Todd Eicker, Monica Grigera, Joseph (Joe) McCormick, Suzanne Shaffer, Dina Wulinsky, Priscilla Howard.

  1. Minutes
    1. Meeting called to order at 11:35 a.m.
    2. Minutes from the December 7, 2010, meeting approved.
      1. Motion made by Bob Farrell.
      2. Motion seconded by Sukhdeep Gill.
  2. Communications from administration, faculty, and committees
    1. Dr. Joel Rodney
      1. No report or comment
    2. Dr. McCormick
      1. No additional comments (Comments presented during orientation).
    3. University Senators
      1. Mark Casteel reported that Faculty Affairs will be tracking the results of the online SRTEs to determine their viability.
    4. Faculty Council Representative
      1. Emily Wenk reported that York was not the only campus that did not approve the proposed guidelines for FT1 and FTM faculty hiring.  They will be discussing the guidelines further.
    5. Announcements from Faculty
      1. Bob Farrell announced that the Academic Awards Banquet will be held on April 15 at 6:00 p.m. in the Conference Center, Main Classroom Building, and encouraged all to attend to support the students and award winners.
      2. Marshall Coyle announced that the campus will be hosting a FTC South Central Regional Qualifiers Robot Competition for local and some distant high schools.  This will be an all day event on Saturday, January 29, and will be an excellent recruiting opportunity, as it will bring in approximately 180 High School students and their parents to the campus.  A meeting for interested individuals will be held after the Campus Senate Meeting.
      3. Ann Fetterman announced that the speaker for the Dr. Martin Luther King celebration on Tuesday, January 18, is York Mayor, Kim Bracey and encouraged the faculty to attend a luncheon; there will be a limited number of seats available for faculty and students.  A day of service is planned for Monday, January 17, when there are no classes on campus.
      4. Ken Swalgin announced that the Badminton Club meets every Sunday from 11:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
    6. Staff
      1. No report or comments.
    7. Student Government Association (SGA)
      1. No report or comments.
    8. Senate Chair
      1. No report or comments.
    9. Senate Chair-Elect
      1. The campus has received a memo from the University Senate that states that the York campus representation on the University Senate will be increased from two Senators to three Senators.  Two Senators with will need to be elected, one with a two-year term expiring in 2013, and one with a three-year term expiring in 2013.  An election will need to be held by January 28, nominations and self-nominations are encouraged.  Ballet boxes will be placed and an announcement will be made as to where they will be placed.
    10. Senate Committee Chairs
      1. No report or comments.
    11. Update from the Chair of the Chancellor Search Committee, Mike Jarrett
      1. No report or comments (an update was presented during orientation by Holly Gumke).
  3. Unfinished Business
    1. No Unfinished Business
  4. New Business
    1. A Motion from the Curricular Affairs Committee:
      “In support of the General Education requirements of the campus as well as the existing minor in theatre, the Curricular Affairs Committee recommends hiring a faculty member in the discipline of theatre for the fall 2012 semester. The recommended hire for this position is tenure-line, with a search for this position to commence forthwith. The appropriate department will be consulted in determining the specific requirements for the position."

      A discussion issued regarding the selection of a Tenure Line position as compared to an FT1 or FTM position. The discussion migrated into a discussion of the use and operation of the Pullo Family Performing Arts Center (The Pullo Center). The motion was brought to a vote and passed with vote of twenty-six in approval and five in opposition.
  5. Forensic Business
    1. No Forensic Business.
  6. Adjournment
    1. Motion to adjourn was approved at 12:02 p.m.
      1. Motion made by Abul Hasan
      2. Motion seconded by Mark Casteel