General Meeting Information
Date: March 12,
Time: 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
Location: ADM 109
Time Topic Purpose Discussion Leader 2:30 - 2:35 p.m. Welcome I Chow 2:35 - 2:40 p.m. Approval of Agenda & Notes from March 5, 2018 A Chow 2:40 - 2:45 p.m. Needs and Confirmations I/D/A Nguyen 2:45 - 2:50 p.m. Course Into Disciplines and Faculty Service Area (FSA) Review -Intercultural/International Studies (IIS) and Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) I/D/A
- De Toro
2:50 - 3:00 p.m. Proposal for Academic Senate Equity 4 Excellence Mini-Grants Application (2nd discussion) I/D/A
- De Toro
3:00 - 3:15 p.m. Support For Noncredit Courses I/D Bryant 3:15 - 3:35 p.m. AP 5011 Admissions and Concurrent Enrollment of High School and Other Young Students (2nd reading) I/D/A Chow 3:35 - 3:55 p.m. AP 5011 Admissions and Concurrent Enrollment of High School and Other Young Students (2nd reading) I/D/A Chow 3:55 - 4:25 p.m. Committee Updates
- College Council & Accreditation Follow-Up Report
- Guided Pathways
- AB 705
- Academic Senate Community Policing Task Force
- Instructional Planning and Budget Team
- Student Services Planning and Budget Team (SSPBT) Budget Timeline and Tools
- Finance and College Operations Planning and Budget Team (F&COPBT) Budget Reductions
4:25 - 4:30 p.m. Good of the Order and Appreciations I All
A = Action
D = Discussion
I = Information
Approval of Agenda & Notes from March 5, 2018 meeting
- No objections to approving the agenda with the addition of a new number VI
- No objections, approved mins with edit from B. Stockwell
Needs & Confirmations
- Academic Senate Scholarship Readers are needed.
- Academic Senate Professional Relations Committee members needed (Bob Stockwell gave information about the committee)
- Please tell your constituents about these needs and email names of faculty interested in serving to Jim Nguyen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Courses Into Disciplines and Faculty Service Area (FSA) Review—Intercultural/International Studies (IIS) and Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH)
- Physical Education FSA review no changes, per Arden. According to M. Donahue there was no distribution
- Women’s studies FSA review - Marc has emailed changes to Paul, everyone in Women’s Studies had opportunity to give input
- Social Sciences and Humanities FSA review three departments/programs have not yet completed their review; will be completed by next week. Mylinh has the requested changes for those who did complete by today.
Proposal for Academic Senate Equity 4 Excellence MiniGrants Application (2 nd discussion)
- Mary Donahue voiced concern about faculty not getting their $50 reimbursed if they spend it before confirming that funds are still available.
- Kim Palmore noted, per FA consultation, that faculty are allowed to meet with students off campus. If this minigrant funded by the Academic Senate is limited only to oncampus coffee/lunch, it is our choice to fund it with that limitation, but she wanted to make it clear that this is not a general requirement of facultystudent engagement. She also voiced concern about the requirement of a minimum of two students because of confidentiality issues. Karen Chow and Jim Nguyen noted that if there is a confidentiality concern, faculty who wish to apply for the minigrant should contact them directly to discuss.
- Discussion ensued regarding using funds for on and off campus eateries/cafes and whether they should be limited to campus only, or more widely to greater Cupertino.
- Mary Sullivan motioned to approve the Academic Senate Equality 4 Excellence Minigrant proposal as presented with no changes, and also $1000 contribution from the Academic Senate funds. Cheryl seconds, no objections, two abstentions (Kim Palmore and Paul Klingman); Motion passed.
ADMJ Course Prerequisite Approval (1 st Reading)
- Erik presented a Powerpoint on the context of the ADMJ course that initiator Jim Suits has requested a Prerequisite change for. The request is to change the prerequisite for ADMJ 56 to EWRT 211 or its equivalent. See the final Powerpoint slide for what was asked of Academic Senate to consider.
Support For Noncredit Courses
- Randy Bryant (Auto Tech faculty & CTE Institutional Advancement CoChair) presented a Resolution directing Academic Senate to form an ad hoc committee on Noncredit courses
Some rationales Randy presented:
- Enhanced non credit could serve some populations we are both serving and not currently serving.
- First reading: the resolved would create an ad hoc committee for developing noncredit courses at the college
- Maria Delas: this is long overdue many students just want to work and get some skills.
- Randy Bryant: this could be a pathway to building credit enrollment as students start in noncredit and get introduced to general education and traditional pathways
AP 5011 Admissions and Concurrent Enrollment of High School and Other Young Students (2 nd reading)
- several concerns about this AP 5011 were brought forth in writing by Maria Delas and Karen read responses to those concerns written by Mayra Cruz
- some questions arose around parental and faculty rights as they relate to underage students at the college
- John Walton: so many questions have been raised, how can we train faculty in this area
- Karen Chow: In the same way that the state seems to be moving in the direction of noncredit courses, it seems to also be moving towards concurrent (dual) enrollment as well. This AP 5011 is based upon wording in cited Ed Code sections.
- Rob Clem motioned to approve this AP 5011, Marc Coronado seconded. No objections, one abstention (Palmore), Motion passed
AP 5012 College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) (2 nd Reading)
- Discussion of this AP 5012 was scant, but a few Senators expressed difficulty with understanding all the implications of establishing CCAP (College and Career Access Pathway) agreements on issues such as course offerings and teaching assignments
- Chow will bring back this AP and wording for MOUs that we want as a senate to see what/how the partnerships could be set up. We would like to see who the designee from the campus is first.
The Instructional Planning and Budget Team (IPBT)’s Division and Department presentations/dialogue session on Friday 3/9 was discussed by Jim Nguyen and others. All Senators who attended and/or presented agreed it was a collegial dialogic process that even offered some helpful suggestions to departments about enrollment and growth strategies. Mary Donahue asked when the questions presented to Divisions/Departments and the responses submitted by Divisions/Departments to IPBT would be posted to the IPBT website. Jim said he will check with Olga Evertshould be soon.
Cheryl Balm publicly thanked and acknowledged Karen Chow’s work on the AB 705 workgroup and helping Math and English and ESL faculty/departments understand the implementation guidelines that are coming. Chow expressed appreciation for acknowledgement.
Good of the Order and Appreciations
Meeting was adjourned at 4:31 PM
Officers and Senators
Executive Committee Members Present
Name Position Present Karen Chow President Y Jim Nguyen Vice President Y Alicia Del Toro Executive Secretary/Treasurer Y Yael Karmi PT Mary Donahue PT Y Paul Klingman App Tech Y John Walton App Tech Y Bob Kalpin BHES Y Peter Miskin BHES Mia Breen Bus/CIS Mary Pape Bus/CIS Milena Grozeva Levy CA Y Vacancy CA Nellie Vargas CD&E Natasha Joplin Counseling Y Rob Clem Counseling Y Anita Vazdifar DSPS Y Maria Delas DSPS Y Catie Cadge Moore IIS Y Marc Coronado ICS/IIS Y Cheryl Balm PSME Y Chris DiLeonardo PSME Iva Tracey LA Y Kim Palmore LA Y Becky Roberts & Veronica Avila (Alternating) LA(Sp18) Laura Chin SSH Y My Linh Pham SSH Y Arden Kragalott PE Scott Hertler PE Tom Dolen LR Y Mary Sullivan SD Y Eric Woodbury Curriculum Committee Y
Name Position Present Brian Murphy DA Pres Stacey Cook VPSS Christina Espinosa-Pieb VPI Susan Cheu VPFCO Lorrie Ranck AVPI TBA OSOD Marisa Spatafore Mktng Vacancy DASB Bob Stockwell FA Lorna Maynard CS Elias Kamal Student Trustee Mallory Newell IR Moaty Fayek Dean BS/CIS Renee Augenstein Articulation Mary Bennett Tenure Review Sheila White-Daniels Dean Counseling Nancy Canter Dean CA Alicia Cortez Interim Dean, Equity and Engagement Coleen Lee Wheat Dean PE Isaac Escoto FH Academic Senate Mayra Cruz District Academic Senate President Pam Grey AVPCO Stacey Shears DSP&S Anita Kandula Dean BHES Michele LeBleu-Burns Dean, Stud Dev/EOPS Rob Mieso Associate VP of Student Services Lisa Mandy Dir Finan Aid Tamica Ward Enrollment Services Dean Edmundo Norte Dean IIS Thomas Ray Dean LA Jerry Rosenberg Dean PSME Judy Miner Chancellor Dawn Lee Tu Office of Professional Development Carolyn Wilkins-Green Dean SSH Kelly Swanson Book Store Mary Pape SLO David Ulate FHDA Research & Planning
Documents and Links
- Resolution on Non Credit Courses
- ADJM Course Prerequisite Approval Form
- Prerequisites Outside Departments Presentation