COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS, AND SCIENCE
MINUTES - EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETING
Tuesday, April 1, 2003 - Ottensman 149
Members Present: M. Anderson, M. Gill, R. Hasker, J. Hernandez, J. Hamilton, M. Muslu, L. Riedle, K. Rolle, R. Shultz, S. Wills, P. Young
Visitors: Tammy Salmon-Stephens
1. Electrical Engineering Department gave an update on hiring.
2. Computer Science has an offer out to a candidate.
3. Tammy reported that the WEP Career Day has good numbers reported at this time.
4. Advising responsibilities—Tammy and Helen Hadorn recently attended a regional conference and accepted an offer to give a presentation at a national conference in Texas.
5. Mohan reported that UWP placed 4th at a computer programming contest.
6. Kurt expressed satisfaction of EXPO. Other concurred. Rich requested volunteers from each area that are interested in revitalizing EXPO step forward and serve on this committee.
7. Jim gave an update on the crminalistics emphasis.
8. Rich attended a listening session with the Board of Regents last night in Madison regarding the budget cuts. A committee will be formed at UWP to begin the process of how these budget cuts will affect and be handled here on campus. A general discussion followed.
9. Degree Program Change form—Lisa informed everyone that an outline of the process to complete this form was distributed in mailboxes. Proper completion and signatures speed up the process tremendously.
1. Advising—Tammy wanted to have a general discussion on advising and how it will affect or impact course rotations, service course offerings, etc. Some of these issues are: Physics II only have 2 sections; Decrease Chem 145 lab section; Math 1000 not being offered at UWP for credit; GE 1020 being changed to 2 one-credit courses each semester; Course rotations for degree granting programs; Speech 1010 (2 credit course). There was also a discussion about athletics offering practice in the middle of the day. Sheryl questioned whether she should respond to Carol Sue Butts regarding the Math Placement Test. Lisa indicated that the International Exchange Program students were registered for next semester and those students coming here next semester are in the process of getting registered. She also indicated that when advising Co-op students, you need to check pre-requisite requirements.
2. International Exchange Program—Lisa requested that everyone review the sheets that were distributed and share comments with her.
Other Business: None
Meeting adjourned at 2:46 p.m.