Faculty RME votes

This post should now be complete for the time being, as we anticipate that the administration will share no further school plans over the summer.

Some corrections made on 5/22 to the Marketing and Management school materials (and vote tally).

For Program Change Plans (the documents being voted on), see this post.

For FA reviews of plans, see this post

 

Votes are listed for-against-abstain, with the verdict afterwards for clarity. I provide a number for abstentions, including a zero, whenever that line is filled out on the relevant RME voting sheet; where no number was provided, I leave it blank.

Earth Systems and Sustainability (8-2-0)

• Geology: 8-1-0 in favor

• Geography: 4-1 in favor

Computing (12-0)

• Computing: 12-0-0 in favor

Biological sciences (13-12-1)

• Zoology: 1-12-1 against.

Zoology forwarded the following message together with their vote:

By a tally of 1 in favor, 12 opposed, and 1 abstention, the Zoology faculty voted that they could not support the proposed RME until it stipulates that (1) the College of Science will continue to exist until the proposed new College is formed, and (2) the College of Science will retain its own Dean until the new College is formed.

• Plant Biology: 8-0-0 in favor.

Plant Biology forwarded the following statement:

The faculty also wish to report that (1) they believe forming a School of Biological Sciences by merging the Departments of Microbiology, Plant Biology, and Zoology is an improvement over the existing structure, and (2) they feel strongly that the College of Science continues to persist until the College of Science and College of Agricultural Sciences can merge simultaneously.

• Microbiology: 4-0-0

This statement was forwarded to DiLalla by Kelly Bender, the chair of Microbiology:

My faculty did request that I forward along the comment that while they prefer the language in the reorganization plan of reporting to the Provost’s Office over the School of Agricultural Sciences, that they ultimately would like the School of Biological Sciences to remain in the College of Science until the college is dissolved.

Bio Sciences – Additional Info Provided with Votes

PVC-Approval Form-School of Biological Science (Zoology)

PVC-Approval Form-School of Biological Science Plant Biology vote April 6 2018

School of Health Sciences (18-2-0)

• School of Allied Health: 10-0-0 in favor

• Rehabilitation Institute: 8-2-0

Rehab originally had a confusing ballot, which is posted below. After consulting with me, AP DiLalla agreed to have Rehab cast as single vote to avoid ambiguity. (A little example of FA and admin ending up on the same page.)

REHAB Vote – Health Sciences Plan (original, confused)

Revote on RME R Programs to Health Sciences (final, on single issue)

PVC-Approval Form-School of Health Sciences – Allied Health

School of Human Sciences (8-14-3)

[Now posting all supporting materials I’ve received–4/16]

• Kinesiology: 0-9-0 against

• Social Work: 4-1-0 (with chair writing letter in opposition)

• Human Nutrition and Dietetics: 3-4-3 against (NTT 1-2-0 against)

Public Health 4-0-2 in favor

Kinesiology forwarded documentation arguing that Sports Administration should be moved to Human Sciences from Management and Marketing.

Vote Report School of Human Sciences (Nutrition)

School of Social Work Faculty Vote on Program Change Plan 13 April 2018

Vote Report – Human Sciences – Kinesiology

PHRP Vote Human Sciences

Agriculture (9-14-3)

Agribusiness Economics (0-4-1)

• Forestry (0-4-1, 2 not voting)

• Plant Science (6-0-0, 7 not voting)

• Animal Science Food and Nutrition (3-6-1; NTT 1-2-3)

ABE Vote

ABE 18-April-2018_Minutes

Forestry – Vote

Forestry statement

Plant Science Vote

Animal Science Food and Nutrition Vote

Psychological and Behavorial Sciences (19-3-2)

Rehab 8-1-0 (2 not voting) in favor

• Psych 11-2-2 in favor

Psychology PVC-Approval Form-School Psych and BS

REHAB PVC-Approval Form-School of Psych and Behavioral Sci CrF 050218

REHAB Vote

Ballot from REHAB

Psychology Vote Statement 

Memorandum from BAT (added 5/8)

Management and Marketing (18-16-6) [vote total corrected 5/22]

Marketing 1-3 against

• Political Science 5-1-5 in favor

Management 5-0-1 in favor

• Kinesiology 0-9-0 against

Animal Science, Nutrition and Food 7-3-0 in favor

Marketing memo

MKTG PVC-Approval Form-School of Management and Marketing

POLS Vote

ASNF PVC-Approval School of Management and Marketing

HTA Memo

KIN Vote memo

Kinesiology response Management and Marketing

Kinesiology -PVC-Approval Form-School of Management and Marketing

MPA support Letter from Tobin Grant (chair of political science) 

Management – chair memo

Management PVC-Approval Form- School of Management and Marketing

Applied Engineering and Technology (11-0-0)

Department of Technology: 5-0-0 in favor

• School of Information Systems and Applied Technology: 6-0 in favor

Dunston memo and vote report – Technology

Chung email and ISAT vote report

Education (7-16-2)

Curriculum and Instruction (C & I) 6-2-2 in favor

• Educational Administration and Higher Education (EAHE) 0-2-0 against

• Counseling, Quantitative Methods, and Special Ed (CSMSE): 1-9-0 against

• Workforce Education and Development (WED): 0-3-0 against 

C-I Vote memo from chair

PVC-Approval Form-School of Education-EAHE

C-I PVC-Approval Form-School of Education

CQMSE PVC-Approval Form-School of Education

WED PVC-Approval Form-School of Education

RME-Resolution-School-of-Ed-Name-Change

Program Change Plan SPED program letter April 2018

Program Change Plan QUAN program letter April 2018

CQMSE memo from chair

Analytics, Finance, and Economics (9-6-1)

• Finance 2-0-0

• ISAT 6-0

• Econ 1-6-1

Finance – PVC-Approval Form-AnalyticsFinanceEconomics

Finance – Report – Follow UP

Finance Report from Faculty

ISAT PVC-Approval Form-AnalyticsFinanceEconomics

IST Program Change Plan Feedback

Chung email to Dean

PVC-Approval Form-AnalyticsFinanceEconomics

Economics Department Opposition to Restructing Plan updated

Justice and Public Safety (18-1-2) [total corrected 25 May]

• CCJ 9-1-0

• Architecture: 9-0-2

Faculty Meeting Minutes 2018 5 11

SoA – PVC-Approval Form-School of Justice and Public Safety

Chair memo ccj

About Dave Johnson
I'm an Associate Professor in Classics and currently (fall 2016) President of the SIUC Faculty Association.

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