University of Minnesota, Morris

Campus Assembly Minutes

 

February 22, 2007

 

 

 

The Campus Assembly met on Thursday, February 22 at 4:00 p.m. in the Science Auditorium.

 

 

I.          ChancellorÕs Remarks

 

Chancellor Johnson gave an update on the budgets and program review.

 

II.        Minutes from 10/4/06 and 11/29/06 meetings approved as presented.

 

III.       From the Executive Committee. Committee replacement approved as presented.

 

Daniel Magner replaces Ken Crandall on the Scholastic Committee.

 

IV.       From the Curriculum Committee. Course addition approved as presented.

 

Interdisciplinary Studies (Honors)

1 New Course

IS 3212H Honors: Global Encounters and the Making of the Contemporary World, 1450 to the Present

 

V.        From the DeanÕs Office. Academic calendar for 2011-2012 was approved as presented. (See attached).

 

Peh Ng reported that SCEP has already approved the 2011-2012 calendar, however, we could ask for an amendment if necessary.

 

VI.       SenatorsÕ Reports

 

Peh Ng reported that SCEP will be discussing student evaluation forms soon. She is the rep for UMM and will keep the campus informed. The Senate office recently distributed expected learning outcomes to each campus. They are available in the Senate minutes.

 

Janet Ericksen reported that SCFA will be discussing the faculty/staff tuition waiver.

 

VII.     Old Business

 

None

 

VIII.    New Business

 

Paula OÕLoughlin reported the Executive Committee will be scheduling a meeting with the committee chairs.

 

Bert Ahern reported that the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean search is moving along as they had hoped. The search committee anticipates having candidates on campus mid-April.

 

Mary Elizabeth Bezanson reported that the writing subcommittee of the Constitution Revision Task Force has completed their work and will be presenting to the full committee soon. Their work is moving along as they had hoped and she is very optimistic.

 

Jim Togeas reported that the Assessment Committee has been gathering information from all the disciplines and are on track.

 

Chancellor Johnson thanked the campus community for their good work and good discussions that have taken place.

 

 

Adjourned at 5:00 p.m.

 


Proposal for SCEP

2010-2011 UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA - MORRIS CALENDAR

Fall Semester 2010 (73 class days)

 

August 22,23,24

Sun. – Tues.

New Student Orientation

August 25

Wednesday

Classes begin

September 6

Monday

Labor Day holiday

October 15

Friday

1st half sem. Classes end

October 18-19

Mon.-Tues.

Fall Break (no classes)

October 20

Wednesday

2nd half sem. Classes begin

November 25-26

Thurs. -Fri.

Thanksgiving holiday

December 10

Friday

Last day of instruction

December 11

Saturday

Study day

December 13-16

Mon. – Thurs.

Final examinations

December 24

December 27

Friday

Monday

Christmas holiday

Floating holiday (proposed)

December 31

January 3

Friday

Monday

New Year's holiday*

Floating holiday (proposed)


Spring Semester 2011 (74 class days)

January 17

Monday

MLK holiday*

January 18

Tuesday

Classes Begin

March 11

Friday

1st half sem. Classes end

March 14-18

Mon. - Fri.

Spring Break (probably same as TC)

March 18

Friday

Floating Holiday (proposed)

March 21

Monday

2nd half sem. Classes begin

May 6

Friday

Last day of instruction

May 7

Saturday

Study day

May 9-12

Mon.-Thurs

Final examinations

May 14

Saturday

Commencement


May Session 2011 (14 class days)

May 16

Monday

May session begins

May 30

Monday

Memorial Day holiday*

June 3

Friday

May session ends


Summer Session 2011

May 23-June 24

 

Summer Session I (24 class days)

May 30

Monday

Memorial Day holiday*

June 27-July 29

 

Summer Session II (24 class days)

July 4

Monday

Independence Day holiday*

 

2010-11 Holidays (Total: 11)--proposed

July 5, 2010
September 6
November 25
November 26
December 24
December 27

December 30
December 31
January 17, 2011
March 18
May 30

Monday
Monday
Thursday
Friday
Friday

Monday
Thursday
Friday
Monday
Friday
Monday

Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Floating holiday

Christmas holiday
Floating holiday

Floating holiday?
New Year's Day observed*

Martin Luther King Jr. Day*
 Floating holiday (Personal Holiday)
Memorial Day*

 

* Federal Holidays for 2011 have not been officially publicized on the government website but these dates are likely to be the ones chosen.