Administrative Restructuring re. Master of Public Policy Program: Consultative Session with Provost Gibson and Interim Dean Bass
Whereas Calendar Item #1067/Docket #965, approved by the Faculty Senate on April 11th, 2011, recommended that the Administration consult with the faculty in the event of any future mergers or reorganizations of academic units;
and whereas Provost Gibson and Interim Dean Bass of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences have expressed a desire to consult with the faculty with regard to a reorganization involving the Masters of Public Policy program;
Therefore, be it resolved that the Senate will hold a consultative session with Provost Gibson and Interim Dean Bass to discuss a proposed reorganization involving the Masters of Public policy program.