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EP-002-078. Bylaws Revision of Academic Senate Standing Committee Membership. Current Article X Section 2(A).

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ep 002 078

EP-002-078

Bylaws Revision of Academic Senate Standing Committee Membership

current article x section 2 a
Current Article X Section 2(A)

The Executive Committee shall remove from the Academic Senate or from a standing or ad hoc committee of the Academic Senate, any member with three consecutive unexcused absences from scheduled meetings. No senator may submit more than three consecutive proxies for regular meetings. After the third consecutive proxy, such senator will be replaced by a special election to fill the balance of the unexpired term.

current article x section 2 b
Current Article X Section 2(B)

In the event that a Senator will be absent from Academic Senate activities for more than one quarter, he/she shall be replaced by a special election to fill the balance of the unexpired term.

new article ix section 1 b
New Article IX Section 1(B)

Any member may be represented by proxy, provided that a signed assignment of proxy is submitted prior to the meeting and provided that the person to whom the proxy is given is a voting member of the Senate. The proxy holder may assign his/her own proxy and those he/she holds to a third member, unless those proxies have been designated by their makers as nontransferable. No Senator may be absent or submit proxies for more than 3 consecutive regular meetings of the Academic Senate. Should a Senator be absent or submit a proxy for the next regular Academic Senate Meeting after three unattended meetings a special election will automatically be called to fill the balance of such a Senator’s term.

new article x section 2 a
New Article X Section 2(A)

The Executive Committee shall remove from the Academic Senate or from a standing or ad hoc committee of the Academic Senate, any member with more than three consecutive unexcused absences (one academic quarter’s time) from the regularly scheduled monthly meetings of the full Academic Senate. No senator may submit more than three consecutive proxies for regular meetings. After the third consecutive proxy, such senator will be replaced by a special election to fill the balance of the unexpired term.Should a Senator be absent for the next regular monthly Academic Senate meeting after three unattended meetings, a special election will automatically be called to fill the balance of such Senator’s term. The Executive Committee shall also remove from the Academic Senate any member with a total of 5 absences from regular Senate meetings in an academic year.

new article x section 2 b
New Article X Section 2(B)

In the event that a Senator will be absent from Academic Senate activities for more than one quarter, he/she shall be replaced by a special election to fill the balance of the unexpired term. The Executive Committee shall remove a member from a Senate Committee for lack of participation in the work of the committee at the recommendation of the Committee Chair.

article ix section 1 e
Article IX Section 1(E)

Committee reports shall be indicated on the agenda as First Reading or Second Reading. Voting shall occur in the Second Reading. During the First Reading of an item, only the following motions are appropriate:

  • Waive first reading
  • Postpone indefinitely
  • Postpone definitely
  • Return to committee
  • Return with a special recommendation to committee
  • Limit debate
  • Table