Academic Senate


Student Learning


Board Policy

Basic Skills

Flex Day




and Minutes


Agendas all on one page F2006-S2010


Agendas all on one page F2010 to present



Oct 2, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form


Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Lauren Handley

Merry Dennehy

Lynn Kragelund

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata



Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

I.  Opening Business

A.  Public Comments

Any persons may have up to three minutes to address the Academic Senate on any subject not on the agenda today.


B. Approval of Draft Minutes from the Sept 18 meeting (Thank you Kevin Raskoff!) (2:30-2:35)  


II. Reports  


A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:40)  


B. COC (Action) (2:40-2:50)


ICDE -- Ana Garcia-Garcia


Academic Senate (replace Brian Brady)

Equivalency Committee

Flex Planning Committee


D. Flex Day Planning Committee Report (Information) (2:50-3:00)

Survey results; suggestions for breakouts

Plans for next time


III. Old Business


IV. New Business


A. The 3SP Plan (first reading) (3:00-3:15)

Larry Walker 

Chancellor's Office website on Student Equity Planning 

Larry Walker and Lakisha Bradley

Informational PowerPoint from last meeting providing background

The Plan


B. Institution-set Standards (Information) (3:15-3:30)

Powerpoint showing the values of the Standards

Same ppt in pdf format


C. Academic Senate Goals for 2014-2015 (Feedback/Action) (3:30-3:45)

Goals and Objectives


D. Definition of Life-long Learners (Feedback/Action) (3:45-4:00)

Lifelong learners are those students who seek some combination of personal fulfillment and enterprise, employability and workplace adaptability, and active citizenship and social inclusion, and who have not identified certificate, degree or transfer as their immediate educational goal.

E. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback) (4:00-4:15)

Two readings for all reports/documents at *all* shared gov groups is too cumbersome and time-consuming. Examples include the Basic Skills report, the Equity Plan and the 3SP Plan.



V. Future Agenda Items


B. Plagiarism

Point person needed for this topic to return to the agenda.

A report from PERS 10.

MPC College Catalog; pertinent material on pp. 42-46