Correction to October 8, 2009, Response to Senate Recommendation

From the Interim President
In the October 8, 2009, issue of the
Bulletin, the recommendation that the language in the “Course Load” section of the undergraduate catalog be revised to include the process by which students on academic probation seek approval to enroll for more than 15 hours per semester was incorrectly attributed to the College Senate.

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Response to College Senate Resolution: President’s Award for Excellence as a Graduate Research Mentor

From the Interim President
At its November 13, 2009, meeting, the College Senate voted to forward the following recommendation to the interim president for review and action:

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Curricular Actions

From the Interim President
I have approved the following curricular items, which have been recommended by the appropriate dean, the College Senate, and the interim provost:

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Academic Calendar Updates

From the Interim Provost
Please note the following two updates to the Academic Calendar:

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UUP Individual Development Awards

From the Vice President for Finance and Management
UUP-represented employees are reminded that the deadline to submit applications for 2009–2010 Individual Development Awards is Friday, January 8, 2010. This State of New York/United University Professions Joint Labor-Management program provides awards of up to $1,000 to fund professional development activities completed between July 2, 2009, and July 1, 2010. A total of $35,309 will be distributed in awards this year. Applications and guidelines are available on the Human Resource Management Web site.


College Senate Meeting

From the Chair of the College Senate
The final meeting of the College Senate for the fall 2009 semester will take place tomorrow, December 11, in Classroom Building C122 at 2:00 p.m. (not the usual 3:00 p.m.), because of the president’s holiday party. Please note the time change. The agenda is posted on the College Senate Web site.


Curricular Items

From the Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee

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