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Senate - Apr 7, 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Patrick Phillips
12:00
Thanks Kirby
Annika Mayne (she/her)
12:04
Thank you Professor Brown!
Becky Girvan (she/her)
12:06
Thanks Kirby!
Stephanie Prentiss SEIU Pres. 085 Higher Ed. BOD
12:14
Thank you Kirby!
Kirby Brown
12:52
Wado, nigada. Thanks for hosting me.
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
18:38
Thanks Spike!
Hans Dreyer
19:12
Thank you, Spike. Well said and much appreciated :)
Ella Meloy (she/her)
21:21
asuosenate02@uoregon.edu
N Phillips
24:18
Q for Pres. Schill: Is the clinic drive through?
Angela Wilhelms
28:38
@Prof. Phillips: the Lane Co clinic @ Autzen is indeed primarily drive-thru (though that is not required). More info on all Lane Co sites, and a button to schedule yourself at a clinic are at: https://www.lanecounty.org/cms/one.aspx?pageId=17388003
N Phillips
30:49
I meant: is the UO vaccination clinic drive through?
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
31:00
Question for Pres. Schill: Will the UO Work Share Program be an option summer 2021?
Angela Wilhelms
32:55
@Prof. Phillips: Likely not as it will be in a UO facility. I will confirm with the team managing that.
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
40:40
Will microphones be made available, even in smaller classrooms? It's much harder to project clearly with masks on.
Renee Irvin
41:27
are deposits from fall 2021 incoming freshmen tracking well? (I caught that applications are up.)
Renee Irvin
42:47
thanks!
Autumn Shafer
43:14
What is the current thinking on teaching modalities for the fall. I think you said most classes are anticipated to be in-person (big or small). Will any requirements about simultaneous in-person and online teaching be considered or will those decisions be made by faculty for their class?
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
44:34
Will the COVID-19 vaccine be added to the list of required vaccines for students?: https://health.uoregon.edu/immunization-requirements
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
44:52
Great question Jessica!
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
52:22
https://senate.uoregon.edu/senate-motions/us2021-11-human-research-protection-program-policy
Gina Biancarosa
56:08
Question for Emily: Will this new policy require that investigators get an exempt determination in cases where that may apply?
Anthony Hornof
57:34
IRB = institutional review board
Gina Biancarosa
58:23
Ok, perfect, thank you!
Spike Gildea (he him his)
01:01:39
second
Randy Sullivan
01:02:21
Yes
Spike Gildea (he him his)
01:02:23
yes to the motion
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:02:23
yes
Ian Winbrock - classified sub
01:02:24
Yes
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
01:02:24
YES
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
01:02:24
Yes
Renee Irvin
01:02:24
yes
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
01:02:24
Yes.
Becky Girvan (she/her)
01:02:24
yes
Jay Silveira (he/him/his)
01:02:24
Yes
Elizabeth Skowron
01:02:25
yes
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:02:25
Yes
Matthew Norton
01:02:25
Yes
Allen Malony
01:02:25
Yes
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
01:02:25
yes
Craig Kauffman
01:02:25
Yes
Frances White (she/her)
01:02:25
yes
Aaron Gullickson
01:02:26
Yes on motion
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
01:02:26
Yes
Gina Biancarosa
01:02:26
Yes
Bill Harbaugh
01:02:26
yes
Tina Ching
01:02:26
yes
Kelly Sutherland (she, her)
01:02:26
yes
Tom Greenbowe
01:02:26
Yes
Joshua Razink
01:02:26
Yes on HRPP
Dan Tichenor
01:02:27
YES
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
01:02:27
Yes
Autumn Shafer
01:02:27
Yes
leslie mclees (she/her)
01:02:27
yes
Beth Harn
01:02:28
yes
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:02:28
Yes
Jenna Travers (she/her)
01:02:29
Yes
Gabriele Hayden
01:02:30
yes
Jen Reynolds
01:02:34
yes
Hans Dreyer
01:02:34
Yes
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
01:02:36
Yes to the Human Research Protection Program Policy.
N Phillips
01:02:38
Yes on the human subjects policy motion.
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:02:39
Ecellent presentation, thanks!
Anthony Hornof
01:02:40
Yes and THANK YOU for your work on this.
Irisa Mehta
01:02:40
yes
Ella Meloy (she/her)
01:02:45
Yes
Robin Clement
01:02:47
yes
Sylvan Lionni
01:02:48
yes
Raul Patel (he/him/his)
01:02:58
yes
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:03:22
https://senate.uoregon.edu/senate-motions/us2021-13-course-policies-canvas-use-syllabi-and-office-hours
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
01:09:25
I think this is a great idea, and I am excited to see it come up for a vote!
Hans Dreyer
01:10:13
I agree this is a great idea!
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:11:35
Dear Francis, I recognize that you cannot ask for medical documentation for privacy reasons, but in the event of major crises, like death in the family or major health concerns, can you request communication from the Dean of Students, or the like, to confirm that students are in conversation with our campus student-advocacy resources?
Ron Bramhall
01:12:50
Kristy - there is a Dean of Students policy and process on this that is linked to in the Syllabi info in the motion.
Beth Harn
01:13:28
All great points and I assumed this was already the case, but I guess it isn't--Who will oversee these policies?
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:13:41
Thanks Ron!
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:14:13
Apologies, Chris - Senator Cronce first, then Senator Phillips
Ron Bramhall
01:14:35
Beth - the Office of the Provost will host these on our website and communicate those but ultimately these are owned by the faculty through the Senate and any updates would need to come through Senate.
Anthony Hornof
01:16:15
I similarly have concerns regarding permitting students to miss exams and provide little or no explanation. Of course I want to provide the best learning opportunities to students. But the policies do seem to provide the occasional dishonest student with the opportunity to miss an exam, and have grounds for demanding taking the exam after everyone else.
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:16:18
Just to clarify, I think it is still University policy that you cannot have certain things due in Week 10 that exceed a certain portion of the grade unless it is stated in the syllabus by the end of Week 2. If a syllabus is posted on Day 1, is it possible to make any changes to something like this within the first two weeks, or to make other changes in the schedule. Especially within the first two weeks (with proper announcements and notification, of course).
Jen Reynolds
01:17:35
Regarding Jessica’s question, why is it not good enough for her to have office hours “by appointment” and not pre-scheduled?
Autumn Shafer
01:17:46
Agree with Jen!
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
01:17:57
Yes, I agree with Jen as well.
Joshua Razink
01:18:09
Agree with Jen
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
01:18:13
As do I
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:18:34
I thought it was three hours per week. Has that changed recently?
Spike Gildea (he him his)
01:18:57
I think that is a departmental requirement, not university
Ron Bramhall
01:19:10
Kristy - unit policies vary. There is no current University policy so this would be the minimum but unit policy may be higher.
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
01:19:13
Making it "by appointment" would definitely address the concern I raised. Thank you.
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:19:36
Got it! Thanks, Ron and Spike.
Tina Ching
01:20:13
Isn’t the issue that the policy requires a mix of both scheduled and by-appointment times?
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:20:47
Phillips next
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:20:55
UO online and TEP recommend a syllabus module broken down into chapter like components.
Anthony Hornof
01:21:35
My syllabus is so long it has a clickable TOC at the start: https://classes.cs.uoregon.edu/21S/cis422/syllabus.html
Ron Bramhall
01:21:47
Michelle - current policy on “Dead Week” says “no projects will be due unless they have been clearly specified on the class syllabus within the first two weeks of the term” and that still holds.
Ron Bramhall
01:22:40
We are currently working on what Frances mentioned - populating every Canvas site with basic information and university-level policy statements. We hope to pilot that this summer. When/if that becomes a reality, we can come back to Senate to modify this.
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:24:12
Yes, I just checked. So, what I am verifying is that, within the first two weeks, you could change a “Day 1” syllabus and it would be ok. .. i.e. just because it is up on Day 1 without that required thing de in Week 10, you could still go back and modify the syllabus. I am most concerned about syllabi that might still be in a bit of scheduling uncertainty on Day 1.
Ron Bramhall
01:25:13
Yes Michelle, the Dead Week policy allows that.
Aaron Gullickson
01:26:23
give me the cartoon version of University Policies and I will definitely use it!
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:26:26
..so we can -=meet this new requirement y posting a syllabus that has a ‘tentative schedule’ and make changes throughout the term. With things affecting due dates in Dead Week sort of locked in by Week 2.
Jen Reynolds
01:26:50
Perhaps the policy could say: “Office hours shall be scheduled, by appointment, or a mix.”
N Phillips
01:27:35
The final version of the motion needs to be more explicit on office hour requirements.
Hans Dreyer
01:27:49
I agree that By Appointment suffice if that is best for the instructor and class. This, in my view, accommodates everyone
Renee Irvin
01:28:16
how does one monitor compliance if office hours are all by appointment?
Jay Silveira (he/him/his)
01:28:36
Given the specific questions/concerns on the parts of the omnibus resolution, (pending parliamentary approval) I move to divide the resolution so as to consider separately: (1) Canvas use; (2) syllabi; (3) office hours.
Ron Bramhall
01:28:47
What if its says: “This can be all by appoint or shall be a mix with both scheduled times and by-appointment times. "
N Phillips
01:28:58
Suggestion: "At least two hours per week total and at least one hour per week by appointment"
Jana Prikryl (She,Her)
01:29:05
There are likely to be some students that hesitate to ask for an appointment but would make use of scheduled office hours.
Jen Reynolds
01:29:11
Ron’s language!
Hans Dreyer
01:29:22
Agree w Ron’s language
Gabriele Hayden
01:29:26
I think you could argue that drop in could be less intimidating for some students. However, since most faculty do offer a mix, I don’t know that this needs to be a requirement.
Randy Sullivan
01:29:40
So moved
N Phillips
01:29:42
I move to amend.
Beth Harn
01:29:51
are you sure you want to do that? I can see students being hesitant to reach out and I could also see faculty not responding to a request...
Anthony Hornof
01:30:24
Some students are reluctant to request an appointment.
Joshua Razink
01:31:33
Reaching out when one needs help is an important soft skill. If students are uncomfortable doing this, we should be working on changing that attitude.
Randy Sullivan
01:31:50
I withdraw my motion to amend
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:33:13
Cronce then Koopman
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
01:33:15
To be clear, it's two office hours, only maybe one of which would have to be drop in. It's a pretty small ask.
N Phillips
01:34:20
Suggestion: a department should be able to exempt specific courses.
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
01:35:34
I’d like to hear the student senators’ persecutive on this
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:36:13
Koopman then Clement
Ron Bramhall
01:36:47
It might be that the term “Office Hours” is limiting. Not suggesting we change it but seems to me that if Jessica is available 24/7 to her students, she meets the spirit of “scheduled time” availability.
N Phillips
01:36:58
Suggested language: add to the first sentence: ", unless specifically exempted by the department in which the course is taught."
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:37:06
Agree with Ron
Joshua Razink
01:37:09
Good point Ron
Jana Prikryl (She,Her)
01:37:34
The language allows flexibility for how long someone would be available “in their office” so in a case like Jessica’ the scheduled time can be very short, like right after class for 10 min with the understanding that additional time can be accommodated by appointment.
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
01:37:50
My course is 1 credit.
Jen Reynolds
01:38:05
That’s true Jana
Ron Bramhall
01:38:08
Good point Jana. It does not say how much of the two hours has to be scheduled.
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:38:45
Clement then Phillips then Sulllivan
Ron Bramhall
01:39:19
And the reality is that “enforcement” of something like this only happens in the context of students communicating concerns about availability.
Jen Reynolds
01:39:23
“Faculty availability” is a useful frame
Gabriele Hayden
01:39:40
Is the minimum based on offering 2 hours per course, or over all courses? The latter seems to fit with the language of faculty availability.
Ron Bramhall
01:39:48
2 hours total
Ella Meloy (she/her)
01:40:02
@Zhuo Jing-Schmidt Its really helpful when professors are accessible both in a drop-in time (maybe for some courses this is a reduced amount of drop-in office hour time) and have appointments available. Part of the helpfulness of drop-in times is to hear other student’s questions too in this group setting, especially over zoom and asynchronous classes.
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
01:40:09
To bring back an earlier point: I think Senator Gullickson’s comment/suggestion should be taken seriously with respect to the syllabus language. The university should provide the direct link to resources and the correct language through canvas. If this is coming soon, why include this version in this policy document now?
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:40:25
Thanks, Ella
Irisa Mehta
01:40:25
@Zhuo Jing-Schmidt As a student I do appreciate the mix between both appointments and set office hours times because the set times guarantee that I am able to meet with my professor and that they would be available. On the other hand, I make appointments on occasion when I can not meet during that set time and offer more flexibility for me.
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:40:38
Thanks, Irisa
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:40:47
Thank you Ella and Irisa!
Ron Bramhall
01:40:53
Stephanie - we don’t know when that functionality will be available and there is important information in those links that we want students to have in the meantime.
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
01:41:05
Thanks @Ella @Irisa!
Jen Reynolds
01:41:14
That’s an elegant solution, Robin
Colin Koopman
01:43:07
Second
Ron Bramhall
01:43:13
I might add that these 2 hours are not linked to any particular course - the idea is that faculty who are teaching during a term have 2 hours in total.
Patrick Phillips
01:43:16
Quick reminder to continue to check our privilege. First generation students, students of color, etc, see barriers to access that faculty may not see, may think that students need to overcome on their own, etc.
N Phillips
01:43:28
Add at end of first sentence: ", unless specifically exempted by the department in which the course is taught."
Hans Dreyer
01:44:03
My soft intent here is to press my concern with a fully applied policy for a few instances of breaking that trust the was mentioned.
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
01:44:05
Thank you, Patrick. I agree that we need to keep the bar low for access to faculty.
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
01:44:09
@Ron, asking every faculty member to keep the syllabus language up to date each term is extremely error prone (from what I’ve seen). I worry that this will not help faculty keep their syllabi up to date, which will ultimately continue to cause confusion for students.
Ron Bramhall
01:45:01
Agreed Stephanie - we see incorrect language all the time. The syllabus can just contain the link to the Office of the Provost site where the language is updated.
Jen Reynolds
01:46:18
I’m not sure how the amended language would work. Would a faculty member have to ask the department for permission to have only by-appointment office hours?
Gabriele Hayden
01:47:33
@Provost Philips, great point. I think there is value to faculty being available to students (even not necessarily students under their supervision), particularly given that it’s just 2 hours total. I don’t think that should be too high a burden.
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:47:57
I wonder if we cannot still agree that the kinds of clinical courses we are discussing - 24/7 access totally meets this requirement. I don’t see how that doesn’t constitute at least 2 hours of ‘by appointment’ office hour. The clinical course described so far seems as it is being handled totally within this proposed policy.
Anthony Hornof
01:51:12
I agree with Michelle.
Jen Reynolds
01:51:34
I don’t think it’s unpopular to say that we want the faculty to be available! We are just trying to figure out how the scheduled/by appointment mix works in a variety of situations
Robin Clement
01:51:51
I agree with Jen
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
01:52:05
I thought we are required to have a minimum of 2 hours of office hours in any teaching term whether or not we actually teach a course in that term.
Autumn Shafer
01:52:11
Agree with Jen. It is the required "mix" that I don't support.
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:53:03
Don't there need to be transparent minimum standards to identify clear "bad actors" though?
Anthony Hornof
01:53:08
It would seem nice for UO promotional material to be able to say something like "UO is so teaching oriented, all UO faculty are available to meet with students every week."
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:53:21
Add at end of first sentence: ", unless specifically exempted by the department in which the course is taught."
Renee Irvin
01:53:43
no
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
01:53:43
no
Frances White (she/her)
01:53:44
no
Tina Ching
01:53:45
No
Beth Harn
01:53:45
no
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
01:53:45
no
Bill Harbaugh
01:53:45
yes
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
01:53:46
Yes
Anthony Hornof
01:53:47
no
Elizabeth Skowron
01:53:47
no
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
01:53:47
amendment: yes
Colin Koopman
01:53:47
Yes
N Phillips
01:53:47
yes
Joshua Razink
01:53:48
yes on Amendment
Craig Kauffman
01:53:48
yes
Becky Girvan (she/her)
01:53:48
no
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
01:53:49
Yes to the amendment
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:53:49
no
Aaron Gullickson
01:53:49
no on the admendment
Spike Gildea (he him his)
01:53:49
yes
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
01:53:49
no
Autumn Shafer
01:53:49
Yes
Robin Clement
01:53:49
no
Ella Meloy (she/her)
01:53:49
yes
leslie mclees (she/her)
01:53:50
yes
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
01:53:50
yes
Jay Silveira (he/him/his)
01:53:51
Yes
Jen Reynolds
01:53:51
No (but I appreciate the amendment)
Dan Tichenor
01:53:51
Yes
Sylvan Lionni
01:53:52
yes
Tom Greenbowe
01:53:52
no
Ian Winbrock - classified sub
01:53:53
yes
Matthew Norton
01:53:53
Yes on the amendment
Gabriele Hayden
01:53:56
no
Randy Sullivan
01:53:59
no
Stephanie Prentiss SEIU Pres. 085 Higher Ed. BOD
01:54:01
Yes
Hans Dreyer
01:54:04
No
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
01:54:10
No
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
01:54:18
Abstain
Don Daniels
01:54:26
abstain
Irisa Mehta
01:54:28
yes
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
01:54:32
Can you propose an amendment if you are acting as president?
Ian Winbrock - classified sub
01:54:32
Yes
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
01:54:56
I think that Elliot either needs to hand off the gavel or get someone else to propose the amendment.
Randy Sullivan
01:55:07
second
Colin Koopman
01:55:20
I move Elliot's language (for parliamentary purposes)
Bill Harbaugh
01:55:39
Elliot, you could say “I’m looking for an amendment …”
Jen Reynolds
01:55:53
Second to Colin!
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
01:55:55
It takes a village to run a senate.
Tom Greenbowe
01:55:57
Would then e-mail messages count?
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
01:56:01
Can we see the revision?
Randy Sullivan
01:56:11
It takes a senate to run a village…
Spike Gildea (he him his)
01:56:31
New heading: Instructor Availability
Spike Gildea (he him his)
01:56:42
(removes “Office Hours and”)
Ron Bramhall
01:58:29
Tom - we tried to account for that in the text of the document. It would still require face-to-face availability and poses some language on instructor availability by email.
Tom Greenbowe
02:00:15
Ron, thank you for the added information
Irisa Mehta
02:00:20
yes
Anthony Hornof
02:00:23
No on instructor availability
Autumn Shafer
02:00:25
Yes
Robin Clement
02:00:26
yes
leslie mclees (she/her)
02:00:26
no
Sylvan Lionni
02:00:27
no
Matthew Norton
02:00:27
No
N Phillips
02:00:27
On second amendment: no.
Colin Koopman
02:00:29
yes
Tom Greenbowe
02:00:29
yes
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
02:00:30
no
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
02:00:31
no
Jen Reynolds
02:00:32
Yes
Beth Harn
02:00:34
no
Jay Silveira (he/him/his)
02:00:36
Yes on amendment.
Frances White (she/her)
02:00:37
no
Becky Girvan (she/her)
02:00:38
yes
Elizabeth Skowron
02:00:38
yes
Aaron Gullickson
02:00:39
No on second amendment
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
02:00:42
Yes
Joshua Razink
02:00:43
current amendment no
Don Daniels
02:00:43
abstain
Allen Malony
02:00:47
Yes
Hans Dreyer
02:00:48
Yes
Renee Irvin
02:00:49
no
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
02:00:49
yes
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
02:00:50
yes
Tina Ching
02:00:50
No
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
02:00:52
No to the second amendment to the proposed policy.
Stephanie Prentiss SEIU Pres. 085 Higher Ed. BOD
02:00:53
Yes
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
02:00:55
abstain
Craig Kauffman
02:00:58
abstain
Gabriele Hayden
02:01:06
On second amendment, no
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
02:01:11
No
Bill Harbaugh
02:01:11
Yes on 2nd amendment. To the motion, not the constitution.
Spike Gildea (he him his)
02:01:20
no
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
02:01:20
no on second amendment
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
02:01:29
no
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
02:01:32
Thanks, Bill, I'm glad to know I'm not the only one having a hard time with that.
Irisa Mehta
02:01:51
yes to amendment
Hans Dreyer
02:01:59
Same — re Bill’s comment
Irisa Mehta
02:02:16
sorry my connection keeps cutting out
Sandy Weintraub
02:03:02
Thank ypoiu
Sandy Weintraub
02:03:09
Thank you everyone for your patience
Anthony Hornof
02:03:11
I similarly have concerns regarding permitting students to miss exams and provide little or no explanation. Of course I want to provide the best learning opportunities to students. But the policies do seem to provide the occasional dishonest student with the opportunity to miss an exam, and have grounds for demanding taking the exam after everyone else.
N Phillips
02:03:25
I want to give a notice of motion.
Bill Harbaugh
02:04:23
I have to leave at 5 for office hours. Suggest bringing this back.
Ron Bramhall
02:05:06
Anthony - you can still have course policies to address how assignments must be made up and what assignments have to be completed to pass.
Jen Reynolds
02:05:23
You can’t ask reasons why or can’t ask for documentation?
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
02:05:43
^Good question, Jen.
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
02:06:17
I think you can ask for reason, but not documentation
Bill Harbaugh
02:06:58
Move to table
N Phillips
02:06:58
I move to table the motion.
Randy Sullivan
02:07:07
motion to postpone, not table!
Bill Harbaugh
02:07:17
Right postpone.
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
02:07:25
yes on postponing
Dan Tichenor
02:07:28
Yes
N Phillips
02:07:29
Yes, it should be to postpone to next mtg.
Ella Meloy (she/her)
02:07:32
Yes on postponing
Joshua Razink
02:07:32
yes on postpone
Irisa Mehta
02:07:33
yes
Tom Greenbowe
02:07:34
yes to postpone
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
02:07:34
yes
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
02:07:34
Yes to postpone
Craig Kauffman
02:07:34
yes
Don Daniels
02:07:34
yes
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
02:07:35
Yes.
Spike Gildea (he him his)
02:07:35
yes
Tina Ching
02:07:35
yes
Ian Winbrock - classified sub
02:07:35
Yes
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
02:07:36
yes
Robin Clement
02:07:36
yes
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
02:07:36
yes
Jen Reynolds
02:07:36
Yes on postpone
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
02:07:36
Yes to postpone
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
02:07:37
Yes to postpone.
leslie mclees (she/her)
02:07:37
yes
Hans Dreyer
02:07:37
Yes to postpone
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
02:07:38
Yes
Beth Harn
02:07:38
yes
Bill Harbaugh
02:07:38
Yes to postpone
Jay Silveira (he/him/his)
02:07:39
Yes to postpone.
Randy Sullivan
02:07:39
to a particular time!
Allen Malony
02:07:39
Yes
Matthew Norton
02:07:39
Yes to postpone
Anthony Hornof
02:07:41
Yes.
Autumn Shafer
02:07:41
yes
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
02:07:42
yes to postpone
Sylvan Lionni
02:07:43
yes
Aaron Gullickson
02:07:44
yes to postpone
N Phillips
02:08:00
yes on postpone.
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
02:08:04
Thank you, Colin.
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
02:08:21
HIPAA-protected in most cases, not FERPA.
Bill Harbaugh
02:08:29
UO just sent faculty a survey asking if we had vaccination yet.
Spike Gildea (he him his)
02:08:42
We have postponed — let’s continue next time.
Joshua Razink
02:08:42
good point Bill!
Anthony Hornof
02:08:59
It does seem like a slippery slope and students can say "religious exemption" for anything they want.
Jessica Cronce (she/her)
02:10:08
I regret that I have to leave for another meeting. I appreciated the debate today and all positions that were voiced. I feel grateful to have colleagues and a community that is so deeply committed to supporting students and reducing barriers to that support, even if we have differing opinions on how to craft policy language to meet these shared goals.
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
02:11:00
I think you can have a policy that applies to all ‘missed classes or exams, etc” and they would then have to go to the Dean to get an exemption from that policy for extremis reasons because other reasons (even religious ones) would be covered by your policy for missed classes or exams. No?
Ron Bramhall
02:11:13
Anthony - but the question is how would a faculty member judge a reason without supporting documentation, which can’t be asked for. Seems that might invite uneven treatment of students based on their stated reasons - which will always be unverified and impossible to judge.
Spike Gildea (he him his)
02:11:44
second
Spike Gildea (he him his)
02:12:31
yes
N Phillips
02:12:31
Yes on the letter on the faculty rep. to Board of Trustees.
Joshua Razink
02:12:33
yes on BOT letter
leslie mclees (she/her)
02:12:34
yes
Zhuo Jing-Schmidt
02:12:34
YES
Robin Clement
02:12:35
yes
Jen Reynolds
02:12:35
Yes to endorse
Don Daniels
02:12:35
yes
Becky Girvan (she/her)
02:12:35
yes
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
02:12:36
yes
Autumn Shafer
02:12:36
Yes
Tina Ching
02:12:36
yes
Stephanie Majewski (she/her)
02:12:36
yes on the letter
Elizabeth Skowron
02:12:36
yes
Suzie Stadelman (she/her)
02:12:37
Yes
Allen Malony
02:12:37
Yes
Sylvan Lionni
02:12:37
yes
Edward Davis (he, him, his)
02:12:37
Yes to letter
Ian Winbrock - classified sub
02:12:37
Yes
Aaron Gullickson
02:12:37
Yes on the letter
Jay Silveira (he/him/his)
02:12:38
Yes on letter.
Craig Kauffman
02:12:38
yes
Matthew Norton
02:12:38
yes
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
02:12:38
Yes to endorse the letter.
Jay Butler-Black Lives Mattert
02:12:39
Yes
Hans Dreyer
02:12:39
Yes
Beth Harn
02:12:39
yes
Stephanie Prentiss SEIU Pres. 085 Higher Ed. BOD
02:12:40
Yes
Gabriele Hayden
02:12:43
yes
Tom Greenbowe
02:12:43
yes to endorse the letter
Kristy (she,her,hers) Bryant-Berg
02:12:43
yes
Spike Gildea (he him his)
02:12:45
move to adjourn
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
02:12:48
Yes on the letter. Very good explanation.
Melissa Brunkan
02:12:58
Yes
Sandy Weintraub
02:13:02
The previous motion passes
Elliot Berkman (he/him/Ell)
02:13:26
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Betina Lynn
02:14:37
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Spike Gildea (he him his)
02:14:37
Move to adjourn
Samantha Hopkins (she, hers)
02:14:41
Second
Sandy Weintraub
02:14:50
senatecoordinator@uoregon.edu
N Phillips
02:14:51
Yes to adjorun
Michelle Wood (she/hers)
02:14:55
Thanks