September 24, 2002

April 12th, 2011 by JJ

24 September 2002
8-9:20am

Present: Wixson, Huckins, Kent, Fahey, Landry, Hage, Crangle Levy, Mathis, Ramsay, Cantor, Moore, Barry. Absent: Campbell, Freyhofer, two student reps.

Approved the minutes of the September 10th meeting.

We clarified that the purpose of the joint meetings is to discuss paragraph 1A through I which are all academic matters. That is why the Faculty Welfare Committee was asked to attend in its entirety. Based on this we agreed on two directions:

  • A representative of the PAT and OS welfare committees will be invited to the remaining joint meetings – Nancy P will handle these arrangements.
  • The CBC and CPC will invite the PAT and OS welfare committees to a separate meeting if they wish one to discuss issues pertinent to those groups.

It was agreed that an agenda would be drafted prior to the next Joint Committee meeting and distributed. A detailed list of individuals and the committees they represent will be shared prior to the meeting.

Bill Crangle handed out a review of operations for FY2002 and reviewed the details of last year’s operations.

Bill handed out a budget update report for FY 2003. A few issues were reviewed and discussed.

Bill handed out a USNH Request for Committee Action form that provided details of the FY 2004 and 2005 budgets which were approved for presentation to the Governor’s office.

The next CBC meeting is Tuesday, October 8 at 8am in HUB 119.

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