Faculty Meeting Agendas

AY 2015- 2016

Faculty Meeting Agenda May 4, 2016

Faculty Meeting Agenda April 6, 2016

Faculty Meeting Agenda March 2, 2016

Faculty Meeting Agenda February 3, 2016

Faculty Meeting Agenda December 2, 2015

Faculty Meeting Agenda October 7, 2015

Faculty Meeting Agenda September 2, 2015

AY 2014 – 2015

Faculty Meeting Agenda May 6, 2015

Faculty Meeting Agenda April 1, 2015

Faculty Meeting Agenda March 4, 2015

Faculty Meeting Agenda February 4, 2015

Faculty Meeting Agenda December 3, 2014

Faculty Meeting Agenda November 5, 2014

Faculty Meeting Agenda October 1, 2014

Faculty Meeting Agenda September 3, 2014

AY 2013 – 2014

AY 2012 – 2013

Faculty Meeting Agenda April 3, 2013

Faculty Meeting Agenda March 6, 2013

Faculty Meeting Agenda February 6 2013

Faculty Meeting Agenda December 5 2012

Faculty Meeting Agenda October 3 2012

Faculty Meeting Agenda September 5 2012

AY 2011-2012

Faculty Meeting Agenda – May 2, 2012

Faculty Meeting Agenda – April 4, 2012

Faculty Meeting Agenda – March 7, 2012

Faculty Meeting Agenda – February 1, 2012

Faculty Meeting Agenda  – December 7, 2011

Faculty Meeting Agenda – November 2, 2011

Faculty Meeting Agenda – October 5, 2011

Faculty Meeting Agenda – September 7, 2011

AY 2010-2011

Faculty Agenda – 4 May, 2011

Faculty Agenda 6 April 2011

Faculty Agenda – March 2, 2011

Faculty Agenda – 2 Feb 2011

Faculty Agenda – 1 December, 2010

Faculty Meeting Agenda – 3 November 2010

Faculty Meeting Agenda — 6 October, 2010

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For older agendas from AY 2009-2010 and before please go to the old governance blog.

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