Feb 27, 2018 Division Meeting

University of California Academic Senate
Regular Meeting of the Riverside Division

Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
Genomics Auditorium 1102A
1:10 PM

Printable Division Agenda


  1. Regular Meeting of December 5, 2017
  2. Announcements by the President
    • President Janet Napolitano is unable to attend
  3. Announcements by the Chancellor at Riverside
    • Chancellor Kim A. Wilcox will address the Division
  4. Announcements by Vice Chancellors
    • Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Cindy Larive will address the Division
  5. Announcements by the Deans or other Executive Officers
    1. Secretary-Parliamentarian: Election Results
  6. Announcements by the Chair
  7. Special Orders
    1. Consent Calendar*
      1. None
    2. Degree reports, received and placed on file**
    3. Regular Reports of Standing Committees and Faculties, received and placed on file
      1. Committee on Courses - Course approvals
      2. Committee on Courses - Instructor approvals
      3. Committee on Courses - Courses not offered for four or more years
      4. Committee on University Extension - Course/Instructor approvals
  8. Report of the Representative to the Assembly
    1. Assembly meeting, December 13, 2017
  9. Report of Special Committees
    1. None
  10. Reports of Standing Committees and Faculties
    1. Executive Committee of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences - proposed changes to Regulation NR3.4.5 and NR3.4.6
  11. Petitions of Students
    1. None
  12. Unfinished Business
    1. None
  13. University and Faculty Welfare
    1. Facilities, Faculty, and the Future
    2. Staff Experience at UCR - discussion with Julie Salgado and Ross French
  14. New Business
    1. None
  15. February 21, 2018

    S. See, Secretary-Parliamentarian
    Riverside Division of the Academic Senate

    *Approval of all items on the Consent Calendar requires a single unanimous vote called for as the first order of business under Special Orders. At the request of any member of the Division, any such item must be withdrawn and considered in its regular order on the agenda [bylaw 4.1.2].

    **Reports received and placed on file "are received as presented and require no further action" [bylaw 4.1.3]. Only the reporting committee can change or withdraw these reports; however, at the request of any member of the Division, a report will be moved into its regular order on the agenda (Item 10. Reports of Standing Committees and Faculties) where it may be discussed, and motions relating to the report may be offered.