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AGENDA

May 28, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rae Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

Stephen Lambert

 

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 May 21, 2015 meeting   (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

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

 

B. COC (Action) (2:40-2:45)

 

Basic Skills

Joel Pickering

Scott Moller

 

Adult Education Coordinator

Molly May, Extensive work with the consortium; MPC ESL Rep

Monika Bell, Extensive work with the consortium; MPC Postsecondary CTE rep

Paola Gilbert, Extensive work with consortium; was on 2014 hiring committee

 

Director of Student Success and Equity

John Cristobal

Alethea DeSoto

Eric Ogata

Larry Walker will probably chair; other non-faculty members to be named later

 

III. Old Business

 

A. Academic Renewal Policy Changes (2nd Reading) (2:45-2:55)

Explanatory Powerpoint

 

D. MPC Academic Senate Annual Report (2nd Reading) (2:55-3:10)

Draft Annual Report

 

IV. New Business

 

A. Distance Education Transition from Moodle to Canvas -- ICDE to decide? (3:10-3:20)

See notes

 

B. Report on the ASCCC CTE Leadership Institute (3:20-3:45)

Executive Summary of Regional Conversations and Town Halls -- includes key feedback points advocated by MPC CTE faculty

Presentation from MPC Faculty members to Academic Senate

 

C. Reviewing the MPC GE standards/descriptions (3:45-4:00)

-These are the descriptions that are used to determine placement of courses into MPC GE areas.

 

D. Technology Update including Google Campus (4:00-4:15)

Steve Bruemmer

Document from Onix -- the firm that will oversee the transition to Google Campus

Summary of Google Campus from Steve Bruemmer

 

V. Future Agenda Item

 

A. Innovative Non-credit


AGENDA

May 21, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rae Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

Stephen Lambert

 

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 April 23, 2015 meeting   (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

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

 

B. COC (Action) (2:40-2:45)

Screening Committee for VP of Administrative Services

Jon Mikkelsen

Steve Albert

Chris Calima

 

Basic Skills Committee

Joel Pickering, replacing Tracie Catania

Scott Moller, replacing Kim Shirley

 

Institutional Committee for Distance Education

Andy Washburn, replacing Joel Pickering

 

C. Flex Committee Report (2:45-3:00)

Draft Schedule

 

III. Old Business

 

A.  Plagiarism Continued (Information) (3:00-3:20)

Use of the BART System to report plagiarism

See Notes for supporting communications

 

IV. New Business

 

A. Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (Feedback) (3:20-3:40)

Background and MPC Response

FAQ

 

B. Academic Renewal Policy Changes (1st Reading) (3:40-4:00)

Explanatory Powerpoint

 

C. MPC Academic Senate Annual Report (1st Reading) (4:00-4:15)

Draft Annual Report

 

V. Future Agenda Items For May 28

 

A. Reviewing the MPC GE standards/descriptions

-These are the descriptions that are used to determine placement of courses into MPC GE areas.

 

B. Should MPC Online transition from Moodle to Canvas (if necessary)?

 

C. CTE Leadership Institute Report

Report from those who attended the CTE Leadership Institute.

 

D. Technology Update including Google Campus

Mike Midkiff


AGENDA

April 23, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rea Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

Stephen Lambert

 

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 April 9, 2015 meeting?  and the April 16, 2015 meeting (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

Technology Committee

See Notes

 

C. Flex Committee Report (2:50-3:05)

 

D. ASCCC Plenary Report (3:05-3:30)

 

 

III. Old Business

 

A.  Plagiarism Continued (Information) (3:30-3:45)

MPC's Plagiarism policy is on page 22 of the current College Catalog

It is also reprinted for your convenience in the Notes

 

B. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback) (3:45-4:15)

Are two readings for all reports/documents at *all* shared gov groups necessary to ensure shared governance input? Examples include the Basic Skills report, the Equity Plan and the 3SP Plan.

 

IV. New Business

 

 

V. Future Agenda Items

 

A. Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (Feedback)

Indicators of Effectiveness

Technical Assistance Teams

Professional Development Opportunites

FAQ or better document


AGENDA

April 16, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rea Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

Stephen Lambert

 

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 April 9, 2015 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

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

 

III. Old Business

 

A. Plagiarism (2:40-2:50)

Brief update from Larry Walker

 

IV. New Business

 

A. New Management Positions at MPC (2:50-3:45)

From Larry Walker:

Director of Student Success and Equity

Categorical Services Coordinator

Student Services Organizational Chart

From Walt Tribley:

Dean of Institutional Effectiveness

President's Office Organizational Chart

 


AGENDA

April 9, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rea Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

Stephen Lambert

 

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 March 19, 2015 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

 

C. Flex Committee Report (2:50-3:00)

 

D. Accreditation Update (3:00-3:15)

Members of the Accreditation Steering Committee will provide an update of Accreditation Self-study findings.

Presentation

 

III. Old Business

 

A. The Great Data Challenge...and a Possible Solution (2nd Reading -- motion on the table) (3:15-3:30)

The Challenge...and the Proposal

Dawn Rae Davis has motioned that the Academic Senate support moving forward with TracDat for using data at MPC; Nancy Bingaman seconded. The meeting adjourned before voting.

 

B. Plagiarism Report (Information) (3:30-3:45)

Merry Dennehy

MPC's Plagiarism policy is on page 22 of the current College Catalog

It is also reprinted for your convenience in the Notes

 

IV. New Business

 

A. Follow-up to Eduardo Ochoa -- CSUMB partnerships (Feedback) (3:45-4:00)

Should we do something? If so, what?

 

B. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback) (4:000-4:15)

Are two readings for all reports/documents at *all* shared gov groups necessary to ensure shared governance input? Examples include the Basic Skills report, the Equity Plan and the 3SP Plan.

 

V. Future Agenda Items

 

A. Student Success and Student Equity Plans -- An Update

Larry Walker +/- team

 

B. Possible new positions in MPC management


AGENDA

March 19, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rea Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

Stephen Lambert

 

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 March 5, 2015 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

Budget Committee -- Steve Albert

College Council  -- Monika Bell (will necessitate replacement on Tech Committee)

 

C. Officer Elections (2:50-2:55)

-President

-Vice-President

-Secretary

-ASCCC Delegate

-Committee On Committees Chair (currently vacant)

 

D. CTE Taskforce "Conversations" Report (Information) (2:55-3:15)

Faculty members who attended these "conversations" will share what they learned

 

E. ASCCC Delegate Report (3:15-3:30)

Resolutions for the Spring Plenary

Chancellor's Office Legal Opinion on plagiarism and grades

 

III. Old Business

 

IV. New Business

 

A. Plagiarism Report (Information) (3:30-3:40)

Merry Dennehy

 

B. Follow-up to Eduardo Ochoa -- CSUMB partnerships (Feedback) (3:40-3:50)

Should we do something? If so, what?

 

C. The Great Data Challenge...and a Possible Solution (Feedback/1st Reading) (3:45-4:15)

The Challenge...and the Proposal

 

V. Future Agenda Items

 

A. Student Success and Student Equity Plans -- An Update

Larry Walker +/- team

 

B. Possible new positions in MPC management

 

C. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback)

Are two readings for all reports/documents at *all* shared gov groups necessary to ensure shared governance input? Examples include the Basic Skills report, the Equity Plan and the 3SP Plan.


AGENDA

March 5, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rea Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

Sandra Washington

Robynn Smith

Eric Ogata

Heather Craig

Alexis Copeland
Kevin Raskoff/

Andres Durstenfeld

Mike Torres

Mark Clements

Stephen Lambert

 

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 Feb 19, 2015 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

 

C. Flex Day Report (2:50-3:00)

 

III. Old Business

 

A. SLO Review as part of the Curriculum Process (Action) (3:00-3:15)

Should SLOs be reviewed for clarity, alignment with objectives, and assessability?

The intent is to implement a process that is modeled after the CAC process with objectives.

Sunshine Geisler will join us.

 

B. PE Resolution to create an MPC PE Graduation Requirement (Possible Action) (3:15-3:30)

PE Resolution

PE Grad Requirement FAQ

 

IV. New Business

 

A. Plagiarism Report (Information) (3:30-3:40)

Merry Dennehy

 

B. Follow-up to Eduardo Ochoa -- CSUMB partnerships (Feedback) (3:40-3:50)

Should we do something? If so, what?

 

C. Program Review (Feedback) (3:50-4:15)

Rosaleen Ryan will join us

Complete Academic Affairs Program Review Form

Portions of program review data previously supplied by the Office of Institutional Research:

Program Review data previously supplied by the Office of Institutional Research

Review this document for feedback on other kinds of data that would be useful.

 

V. Future Agenda Items

 

A. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback)

Are two readings for all reports/documents at *all* shared gov groups necessary to ensure shared governance input? Examples include the Basic Skills report, the Equity Plan and the 3SP Plan.


AGENDA

February 19, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

Dawn Rea Davis

Merry Dennehy

Nancy Bingaman

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 Feb 5, 2015 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

 

III. Old Business

 

A. SLO Review as part of the Curriculum Process (Possible Action) (2:50-3:10)

Should SLOs be reviewed for clarity and assessability?

Sunshine Geisler will join us

 

B. PE Resolution to create an MPC PE Graduation Requirement (Possible Action) (3:10-3:30)

PE Resolution

PE Grad Requirement FAQ

 

IV. New Business

 

A. CTE Report (Information) (3:30-3:50)

Denise Moss to join us.

Powerpoint #1: Concise

Powerpoint #2: More detail

 

B. Follow-up to Eduardo Ochoa -- CSUMB partnerships (Feedback) (3:50-4:00)

Should we do something? If so, what?

 

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

Are two readings for all reports/documents at *all* shared gov groups necessary to ensure shared governance input? Examples include the Basic Skills report, the Equity Plan and the 3SP Plan.

V. Future Agenda Items


AGENDA

February 5, 2015

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

 

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 Dec 4, 2014 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

Screening Committee:

CARE Coordinator/EOPS Counselor 

Eric Ogata (Chair)

Grace Anongchanya-Calima

Kim Mansfield

Kelly Fletes

Todd Ritsema

 

ICDE

Scott Moller from ADMJ, a CTE program; DJ Singh has stepped down for the semester for teaching responsibilities .

 

III. Old Business

 

A. Equivalency (Third Reading -- ACTION) (2:50-3:15)

Guideline proposal for disciplines not requiring a masters

Failed ASCCC resolution -- There is no Equivalent to the Associate Degree

 

B. AB86 Adult Education Regional Plan (3:15-3:35)

Draft Plan: www.mpcfaculty.net/senate/AB86/AB86DraftPlan_123114.pdf 

Data Tables for the plan 

 

IV. New Business

 

A. SLO Review as part of the Curriculum Process (3:35-3:50)

Sunshine Geisler will join us

 

B. PE Resolution to create an MPC PE Graduation Requirement (3:50-4:05)

PE Resolution

PE Grad Requirement FAQ

 

C. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback) (4:05-4:15)

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

V. Future Agenda Items

 

Feb 19

How is CTE Funding changing?

Denise Moss


AGENDA

Dec 4, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

 

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 Nov 20 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

 

Math Screening Committee

Elizabeth Bishop, Chair

Andy Washburn

Blanca Morgan

Tracie Catania

Luke Spence

Joel Pickering

John Cristobal

Lynn Iwamoto

Mike Torres

 

Spanish Screening Committee

Sonia Lizano

Kelly Stack

Lisa Gonzales

LaRon Johnson

Diane Boynton, Chair

 

Business Screening Committee

Jon Mikkelsen
Tom Rebold
Steve Albert
Lynn Iwamoto
Leandro Castillo, Chair (I assume)

 

Nutrition Program Coordinator Screening Committee

Heather Faust, Chair

Sunshine Giesler

Abeje Ambaw

Laura Loop

 

Mike Torres' Instructional and Counseling Collaboration Committee

Luke Spence

Sarah Gerhardt

Susanne Muszala

Kendra Cabrerra

 

III. Old Business

 

A. Equivalency (Second Reading -- ACTION) (2:50-3:15)

Guideline proposal for disciplines not requiring a masters

Failed ASCCC resolution -- There is no Equivalent to the Associate Degree

 

B. MPC Equity Plan (Second Reading -- ACTION) (3:15-3:30)

Larry Walker, Rosaleen Ryan, Lakisha Bradley

Draft Student Equity Plan

Rosaleen's Prezi Presentation

 

IV. New Business

 

A. CTE Opportunities and Changes at MPC (Information/Feedback) (3:30-3:50)

Denise Moss Presentation

 

B. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback) (3:50-4:15)

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

 

V. Future Agenda Items

 

An MPC PE Graduation Requirement


AGENDA

Nov 20, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

 

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 Nov 6 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

Thank you Lynn Kragehund

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

Add Kelly Fletes to the Counseling Search Committee

Previously approved members:

LaRon Johnson, chair

Alethea DeSoto,

Kim Mansfield

Molly May

Mike Torres

 

D. Flex Day Planning Committee Report (Feedback/Action?) (2:50-3:00)

Wednesday Schedule

Thursday Schedule

 

E. Fall Plenary Report (Feedback) (3:00-3:15)

Resolutions considered

Paola's report (added after the meeting)

 

III. Old Business

 

A. Equivalency (First Reading) (3:15-3:30)

Guideline proposal for disciplines not requiring a masters

Failed ASCCC resolution -- There is no Equivalent to the Associate Degree

 

IV. New Business

 

A. ICDE update -- Meet the new chair (Information) (3:30-3:45)

Jaye Luke -- Presentation

 

B. MPC Equity Plan (First Reading) (3:45-4:00)

Larry Walker, Rosaleen Ryan, Lakisha Bradley

Draft Student Equity Plan

Rosaleen's Prezi Presentation

 

B. 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


AGENDA

Nov 6, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

 

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 Oct 16 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

Thank you Lynn Kragehund

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (Action) (2:45-2:50)

Basic Skills Committee: Adria Gerard and Glenn Tozier

(eplacing Grace Anongchanya and Amy Chirman)

Counseling Screening Committee:

LaRon Johnson, chair

Alethea DeSoto,

Kim Mansfield

Molly May

Mike Torres

 

D. Flex Day Planning Committee Report (Feedback/Action?) (2:50-3:00)

Flex day updates

 

E. Fall Plenary Report (Feedback) (3:00-3:15)

Resolutions to consider

 

F. AB 86 Report (Information) (3:15-3:25)

Morgan Mathews

Draft report

Table for the report

 

III. Old Business

 

none

 

IV. New Business

 

A. Replace Spring Flex Program Reflections with Action Plan Development (Feedback/Action?)  (3:25-3:35)

Program Reflections Form

Planning and Resource Allocation Process

 

B. Kognito (Information) (3:35-3:50)

Brianna Anderson

Kognito website

Prezi presentation

 

C. Common Assessment Initiative (Information) (3:50-4:00)

Merry Dennehy

Common Assessment Initiative website

Possible ASCCC Resolution from Merry Dennehy

 

D. 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


AGENDA

Oct 16, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

Catherine Webb 

 

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 Oct 2 meeting  (2:30-2:35)  

Thank you Lynn Kragehund!

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (3:00-3:10)  

 

B. COC (Action) ( )

none

 

D. Flex Day Planning Committee Report (Feedback) (3:10-3:25)

Survey results

Plans for next time

 

III. Old Business

 

A. The 3SP Plan (second reading--ACTION) (3:25-3:30)

The Plan

The Budget

 

IV. New Business

A. Equivalency Issues (Background for Future Action) (2:35-3:00)

ASCCC paper on Equivalency (2006)

Spring 2013 Powerpoint on Equivalency

MPC Discipline Equivalency Application

MPC "specific course" equivalency application

 

B. Shared Governance Processes  (Feedback) (3:30-3:50)

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.

C. Fall Plenary Resolutions (Information/Feedback) (3:50-4:15)

Resoutions

 

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


AGENDA

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


AGENDA

Sept 18, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Catherine Webb  (Secretary)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

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 4 meeting (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

B. COC (ACTION item) (2:45-2:50)

 

Possible ACTION:

Committee Appointments

Academic Senate (replace Brian Brady)

ICDE (Ana Garcia-Garcia -- waiting to see if Classified is interested in filling this at-large seat)

Equivalency Committee

Flex Planning Committee

 

C. ERP News and the Marketing Plan -- Presentation from the President (2:50-3:15) 

Walt Tribley Presentation -- 10 minutes

Discussion and feedback on the Marketing Plan-- 15 minutes

The Marketing Plan

 

D. Flex Day Planning Committee Report(3:15-3:20)

Survey results; suggestions for breakouts

Plans for next time

 

III. Old Business

 

A. Basic Skills Report 2nd Reading ACTION (3:20-3:25)

Fall 2014 Basic Skills report (slightly revised)

Revisions all clarify how percentage increases are reported 

 

IV. New Business

 

A. The Equity Plan (3:25-3:45)

Larry Walker 

Chancellor's Office website on Student Equity Planning 

Larry Walker and Lakisha Bradley PowerPoint

 

B. The Shared Governance Handbook Draft -- Feedback Wanted (3:45-4:00)

Catherine Webb

Draft Shared Governance and Integrated Planning Handbook

 

C. AB 86 Efforts (4:00-4:15)

Meet Morgan Mathews

PowerPoint Presentation 

 

V. Future Agenda Items

 

A. Academic Senate Goals for 2014-2015

Committee Handbook

Accreditation participation/review

Possible revision of hiring procedures

 

B. Plagiarism

How does MPC introduce this subject to students?

A report from PERS 10.

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


AGENDA

Sept 4, 2014

2:30-4:15 in LTC 216

Agenda in printable form

 

Alfred Hochstaedter (President)

Kathleen Clark (VP)

Catherine Webb  (Secretary)

Paola Gilbert (ASCCC delegate)

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 May 15 meeting (2:30-2:35)  

 

II. Reports  

 

A. President Report Notes (2:35-2:45)  

 

 

B. COC (ACTION item) (3:05-3:15)

A few updates from the Summer (these are information items)

VP of Academic Affairs -- both interim and permanent

1. Earl Davis (former Chair, now not active)
2. Francisco Tostado
3. Jon Knolle
4. Rosaleen Ryan (new chair)

Andres Durstenfeld

Jon Mikkelsen

Gambel Madsen

Sandra Washington

 

VP of Student Services -- both interim and permanent

1. Susan Kitagawa (Chair)
2. Laura Franklin
3. Cathy Nyznyk
4. David Brown

Catherine Webb

Lyndon Schutzler

LaRon Johnson

Grace Anongchanya

 

Ongoing Business Instructor Search

Lynn Iwamoto (replaced Kathleen Clark)

 

Possible ACTION:

Committee Appointments

Academic Senate (replace Brian Brady)

ICDE (Ana Garcia-Garcia?)

Equivalency Committee

Flex Planning Committee

 

C. Accreditation Committee Report (3:15-3:25)

Update on Mission/What is a life-long learner?

Update on Accreditation Efforts

Update on Instructor Reflections Efforts

 

D. Flex Day Planning Committee Report(3:25-3:35)

Survey results

 

III Old Business

 

None.

 

IV New Business