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John Stuart Allen Papers, USF Archives

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John Stuart Allen Papers, USF Archives USF Faculty Senate Petition
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-3-14-66 NOTE: Dr. Binford said the signed petition was for the Senate Council file j

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\ t UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: J > t The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 4. 8. 9. 10. 11.

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UNIWRSITY OF SOUTH FLORiDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major pointe: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-ttme employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of. the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standalds, and requirements for granting of degrees.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction OVer Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standatds, and requirements for granting of degrees. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. :: 9 h L cJJu_ 10. '\}WVJ

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.. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-ttme employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction OVer Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative bOdy of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 13. /'Jt. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FtORtbA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but:Do vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees.

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.. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-ttme employees Wbo hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Adiiiinlstration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maxtmum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standatds, and requirements for granting of degrees. 1. 2. 3. 4. s. 6. 7.

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. UNivERSITY OF SOUTH FtoRIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-ttme employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative bOdy of the It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 13. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-ttme employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standatds, and requirements for granting of degrees. 3. 4. 5.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but:Do vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative bOdy of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standatds, and requirements for granting of degrees. \ /8""v .. A. u __ .._ 8. W# 1J 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but1Do vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. .It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. J' /}( v 10. .. c;::(_ c

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but!Do vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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.. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-ttme employees Who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic tesources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standatas, and requirements for granting of degrees. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: .. The Dean of Academic Affafrs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but-no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees Who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of-Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and tbe President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but no vote. '\ 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction OVer Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utili zation of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shallftetermine and define University-wide policies on academic 'matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 2. 3. 6ltAAL{ 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-ttme employees who hold the rank of Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, butino vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction OVer Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees Who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, butlno vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The FacUlty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standatds, and requirements for granting of degrees. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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/f., \ ... <. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. / We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employeea Who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but1Do vote. ........ 1. 2. 3. 4. Jr Jw'1.f. 5. 6. z P -7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

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. -J # YMORANDUM SENATE COUNCIL MEETING SCHEnULED 9 A. M., March 17, 1966 President's Board Room -;t: ;::;f,;1 b G ) March 14, 1966 TO: DEAN HARRIS DEAN, CHAIRMAN, SENATE COUNCIL FROM: JESSE S. BINFORD, JR., CHAIRMAN SENATE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS AND ACADEMIC RELAtiONS RE: ITEMS (3) and (4) ON THE UNIVERSITY SENATE .. FOR FEBRUARY 23, 1966 In accordance with the request of the President and of the University Senate on February 23, 1966, the EPAR Committee met on March 11, 1966, with four members present and con sidered items (3) and (4) on that agenda. The attached statement was discussed and passed with three affirmative votes and one abstention. We are hereby transmitting this statement to the Senate Council for inclusion in the agenda of the University Senate at its next meeting. We have not yet discussed the quarter system as requested, but we expect to do so before that meeting and to submit our report to the Senate Council. \ Enclosures DEAN DEAN, Please note -___../ --------3-16-66 The name of "E. C. Anderson" was typed in twice ...... the name of "Anthony W. Zaitz" was omitted from the list. \ Please tell members of the Senate Council to make corrections. We will make corrections on copies to go to Senate, if document is approved for the (JJ;_v { -rJ,., IY' p -,..,.... -...,

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.. 1 MEMORANDUM March 14, 1966 TO: THE UNIVERSITY SENATE FROM: THE EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS AND ACADEMIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE RE: UNIVERSITY SENATE RESOLtrriON The EPAR Committee of the University Senate in accordance with the request of the President and the University Senate as stated and resolved on February 23, 1966, recommends to the University Senate and to the President the following additions to University of South Florida Policy Statements. It also recommends the following disposition of the Committee T (AAUP) draft of the proposed USF Constitution and the Basic Studies/Liberal Arts resolutions regarding the proposed USF Constitution. A petition dated February, 1966, to the University Senate from one hundred and ninety members of the Faculty requesting a Faculty Senate is attached. RESOLtrriON In recognition of the strong desire of the Faculty of the University of South Florida for a Faculty Senate, as demonstrated by petition, by participation in open hearings before the Senate Council representatives, and by votes in the Basic Studies/Liberal Arts Colleges meeting of January 14, 1966, and in recognition of the advantages to be gained by the University from a Faculty Senate, the Committee on Educational Problems and Academic Relations recommends to the President the formation by University of South Florida Policy State ment of a Faculty Senate which shall legislate on academic matters and report to the President. The organization and specific responsibilities of the Faculty Senate shall be established in the following manner: FACULTY SENATE 1. MEMBERSHIP Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative-Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. There shall be forty faculty members of the Faculty Senate. The faculty of each college shall elect a number of Senators proportional to its share of the faculty of the University. The Faculty Senate Committee on Elections shall determine each college's quota on the basis of full time equivalent positions. This number will be based on a list of eligible faculty members prepared by the Dean of Academic

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Affairs which will be submitted to the Secretary of the Faculty Senate in September. Each college shall have at least one representative. Two-year staggered terms shall be established so that approximately one-half of the representatives of each constituency are elected annually. During October the Faculty Senate Committee on Elections shall determine the allotment of representatives in each college and the number to be elected, and shall notify the Deans of the various colleges 2 Eleetions shall be conducted within the constituency by the Faculty Senate Committee on Elections during the month of November and the newly elected Senators shall take office the following January 1. Each college faculty may elect an alternate representative to sit for one term in the place of any designated Senator from that College who does not have appointment on the faculty and an assignment on campus. The Dean of Academic Affairs shall be the presiding officer of the Faculty Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor but no vote. 2. DtTriES AND JURISDICTION The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University in academic affairs. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define policies on admission, general education policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. It shall be the legislative body for all other matters referred to it by the President. The President shall have the power of veto over any action of the Faculty Senate. The veto shall be transmitted in writing to the Secretary of the Senate with reasons therefore within 60 days. 3. MEETINGS The Faculty Senate shall meet in regular session at least once each month. Special meetings of the Senate may be called upon written notice by the President or by the Dean of Academic Affairs, or upon petition by one-fourth of the voting members of the Senate. A quorum shall consist of one-half of the voting members of the Senate.

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4. OFFICERS The Dean of Academic Affairs shall be the presiding officer of the Faculty Senate. Further successions to the position of presiding officerpro tem shall be determined by the Dean of Academic Affairs. 3 The Faculty Senate shall elect annually in January one of its members to serve as Secretary of the Senate, to supervise the production and distribution of Faculty Senate minutes and other documents, and to certify their accuracy. He shall be provided with stenographic aid by the University for purposes of obtaining minutes of regular Senate He shall be chairman of the Steering Committee. If for any reason the Secretary is unable to perform his secretarial duties, the Senate Steering Committee shall appoint a secretary pro tem who shall perform the functions of the Secretary. The Faculty Senate shall choose from its membership at its January meeting a parliamentarian. 5. COMMITTEES a. The Senate Steering Committee shall be composed of 5 members and the Secretary of the Senate elected each January at large from the voting membership of the Faculty Senate. The chairman of this committee shall be the Secretary of the Senate. The Dean of Academic Affairs shall be an ex officio member of the committee. The Steering Committee shall establish the calendar and prepare the agenda for the meetings of the Faculty Senate. It shall provide for the reporting to the Senate by administrative officers, by chairmen of committees, and by individuals. The Steering Committee shall review and make recommendations regarding any proposed Senate By-laws. b. The Senate Committee on Elections shall be composed of one representative from each college elected at the first meeting in January. The Committee will have responsibility for conducting all Senate elections. The Committee shall elect its own chairman. c. The Senate Committee on Faculty Professional Relations shall be composed of 9 tenured voting members of the Senate. They shall be elected at large from the Senate each January. This committee shall consider all matters involving University policy and practice concerned with professional relations, professional ethics, conditions of employ ment, faculty morale, and the general welfare of the faculty. It may make recommendations to the President, to other proper administrative officers, or to the Faculty Senate. The Committee on Faculty Professional Relations shall conduct hearings on charges involving tenure or academic freedom. The Committee shall elect its own chairman. If any committee member is unable to serve because of disability or because he is a party to a case, the Steering Committee shall appoint a replacement to serve for the duration of that inquiry.

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4 d. The Senate Committee on Academic Policy and Curriculum shall be composed of at least 8 voting members of the Senate one elected from each college and three elected at large. It shall be chaired by the Dean of Academic Affairs. This committee shall be responsible for recommenda-tions to the Faculty Senate regarding all matters affecting the University curriculum and other academic programs. The college councils and Graduate Council shall report to this committee. e. The Senate Faculty-Student Council shall consist of 5 voting members of the Faculty Senate, elected annually at the January meeting from the membership at large, and 5 student members elected annually by the Student Association. The Senate Faculty-Student Council shall elect its own chairman. They shall consider student grievances, allegations of injustice brought against faculty members, recommendations from the Student Association concerning academic policy, and any other matter of mutual concern to faculty and students, and make recorumendat::f ons to the Faculty Senate. Student members of the Committee shall have privilege of the floor. f. The Faculty Senate may establish other standing committees and ad hoc committees necessary for its work 6. BYLAWS Bylaws governing the Faculty Senate may be proposed from the Senate floor and referred to the Senate Steering Committee. Bylaws shall be reported out in a reasonable time with proposals submitted in writing to the Senate membership at least two weeks prior to the meeting when they are to be presented for action. Approval of Faculty Senate Bylaws requires a majority of those present and voting. Respectfully submitted, /J:::::: CHAIRMAN, Committee on Educational Problems and Academic Relations, University Senate

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1 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but no vote. 2. The Seaate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. (See attached list of undersigned members)

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/s/ Jesse S. Binford, Jr. Robert D. Whitaker P. Calvin Maybury Terence C. Owen Jeff C. Davis, Jr. Eugene D. Olsen J. E. Fernandez T. W. G. Solomons Thomas A. Ashford Frank M. Dudley Ray Urbanek E. E. Moretz Gordon Brunhild David E. Clement Frank L. Cleaver Philip w. Schaefer You-Feng Lin John E. Kelley Fredric Zerla W. E. Williams Rodney J. Roth A. W. Goodman Kwanf Chul Ha Eleanor Carnett James H. Reed Jane G. Reed W. J. Davis Leon R. Luckenbach Donald C. Rose William Modrow W. J. Deyo Dale Cloninger John C. Deiter G. H. Mellish W. K. Cunningham M. J. Alexander Arlene Daniels R. E. Dutton G. E. McClung Fred B. Power Donald Monath Conrad E. Hubbard David C. Sleeper John F. McMullan M. F. Dimbath R. W. Morell T. M .. Dickerson Hans Juergensen Virginia W. Valentine B. A. Fusaro J. H. Robinson W. K. Eichhorn-von Wurmb C. W. Arnade w. D. Barfield D. L. Lantz Donald P. Jaeschke L. A. Berry Margaret Crickenberger Martha L. Austin Herbert H. Stewart Francis J. Fabry Samuel D. Miller Robert c. O'Hara J. G. Bentley E. w. Hirshberg G. E. Beauchamp E. F. Henley James A. Parrish Robert E. Ha 11 Chung-Hwan Chen T. F. Thompson Mariella Waite M. M. Osborne Robert J. Grindley Alfonso Gonzalez Clarence Webb Sue Saxon Marijo McCormick Miles W. Hardy Stewart Kinde Stewart c. Rothwell Bruce Flanagan W. B. Cameron J. E. Young R. E. Heeschen M. J. Cheatham Dan Holcomb J. S. Sandhu Robert w. Long John V. Betz John Lawrence Frank E. Friedl C .;J. Dawes Joe R. Linton A. J. Meyerriecks Helen H. Ray M. E. Scheib J. A. Huey Ovid L. Futch W. D. Bliss John c. Briggs James M. Swanson Rainulf Stelzmann M. Artzybusher V. Milani Alex Carriere Edward F. McLean Jim C. Tatum William 0. Price Adrian Cherry John R. Paul Gerald G. Robinson Henry C. Tipton 0. Lakela K. Norstog Howard Gratzner Ronald Burton Walter Babies 2

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Is/ H. E. Aseltine R. H. Wheeler Roger Nichols Cora L. Paton Florence D. Cleary William McDonald R. A. Cornell Alice G. Smith Edward J. Shaffer Henry l'linthrop John Parker, Jr. Donald E. Allen Paul Givens F. Sistrunk F. W. Huff S. c. Bloch D. M. Cooper Roger w. Clapp, Jr. Richard W. Mitchell Shwu-Yeng Lin c. N. Micarelli D. A. Galler C. de la Menardiere Phillip Crant Robert Gleaver A. V. Cervone Edward J. Neugaard Glen E. Woolfenden William c. Hood Louis V. Anderson E. C. Anderson Anthony W. ZaiLZ L. D. DuBois C. Washburne Leslie McClellan D. R. Lichtenberg Robert Shannon Stanley Wimberley John J. Iorio Jack B. Moore Mildred Adams Peter B. O'Sullivan E. E. Smith Willie D. Reader Sara L. Stelzner William B. George Flora J. Zbar Betty Jo Goodson Donald Wyly Sallie Hall Joyce Lynch John P. Walther I. F. Ceconi J. W. Hartley Herman G. Stelzner K. E. Kearney A. M. Gessman Robert Goldstein William Owen .Tae. ques Abram J. A. Gould A. s. Sarett James E. Popovich R. L. Zetler J. Camp R. J. Wimmert : r;. A Scott N. Smith J. F. Twigg E. E. Payne J. E. Deuel P. M. Downey Signing for item one only of the petition. 3

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rough draft / MEMORANDUM March 14, 1966 To: Dean Harris Dean, Chainnan, Senate Council From: Jesse s. Binford, Jr. Chainnan, Senate on Educational Problems and ( Academic Relations Re: Items (3) and (4) on the University Senate Agenda for February 23, 1966 In accordance with the request of the ,President and of the University Senate on February 23, 1966, the EPAR Committee met,on March 11, 1966, with four members present 1 and considered items (3) and (4) on that:" agenda. The attached statement was dis'-1 cussed and passed with three affirmat-ive votes and one abstention. W e are hereby ( transmitting this statement to the Senate Council for inclusion in the agenda of the-University Senate at its next meeting. W e have not yet discussed the quarter system as but w e tm expect to do so before that meeting and our report to the Senate Council. '' .. (/ THE WAS FINAL COPY OF THIS PROPOSAL AND PETITION PREPARED IN THE OFFICE OF THE DAA 3-14-66

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rough draft MEMORANDUM March 1 4 1966 To: The University Senate From: The D Educational Proble m s an d A c ademic Relations Committ e e Re: University S e na t e Resolution I The EPAR Committe e of the University Senate in a cco rdance wi t h t he request of the President and the University Senate as stat d and resolved on February 23, 1966, recommends to the University Senate and to the President the following additions to USF Policy Stateme fs. It also recommends Jllf'IIIMI the following disposition of the Committee (AAUP) draft of the proposed USF Constitution and the Basic Arts resolutions regarding the proposed U8f Constitution. A pe t ition dated February, 1966, t o t he Univ e rsit y ena t e from o ne hundred a n d n i nty me ers o f t e Faculty requesting RESOLUTION a Facult Sena t e i s atta c hed In recognition of the strong desire of t he faculty of USF for a Faculty Senate, as demonstrated by petition, by participation in open hearings before the Senate Council representa4ives, and by votes in the Basic Studies/Liberal Arts Colleges meeting of January 1 4 1966, I I and in reco gnition o f the advantages to be gained by the University from a Faculty Se n ateJthe Committ ee on Problems and A c ademi c elations recommen s to the P resident the form ation by USF Policy State m ent of a Faculty S enate \vhich shall o n a c ademi c matters and report to t he President. 1 I The organization and responsibilities o f the Fa c ulty enate shall be established in t he manner: SENATE 1. ME ERSHIP / Onl y full-time emplo ees ( see attache d shee t s ) R e spectfully submitted, Jesse S Binford, Jr. Chairm a n C ommittee on ducational Prob lems and A cademic Relations, Univer sity S en ate

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,. '"r. sub ct of interest to the Universit appro iate body or officer for consi MEETINGS f culty shall meet in the fall of ach academic year to receive t report of t President. Special faculty me ings may be called by the Pres ent either on his wn initiative, or on resolutio of the Faculty Senate, or on request of at 1 st 10 per cent of the faculty. wthlR 8. F-+cvc..:n' s 1! ltll'tr E lsntau 1. MEMBERSHIP 2 r ltMw 8BIWfE Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the F aculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative-Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. There Jhall be forty faculty members of theASenate. The faculty of each col lege shall elect a Senators proportional to its share of the faculty of the University. Committee on Elections shall determine each college's quota on the basis of full time equivalent positions. This number will be based on a list of eligible faculty members Dean of Academic /Affairs which will be submitted to the Secretary of in September. Each college shall have at least one representative. Two-year staggered terms shall be established so that approximately one-half of each constituency are elected annually. During October Committee on Elections shall determine the allotment of representatives in each college and the number to be elected, and shall notify the Deans of the various colleges. Elections shall be conducted within the constituency by theASenate Committee on Elections during the month of November and the newly elected Senators shall take office the following January 1. Each college faculty may elect an alternate representative to sit for one term in the place of any designated Senator from that College who does not have appointment on the faculty and an assignment on campus. dL .. d.f The ef tbe shall be the presiding officer of The following shall be !.! officio members: Dee ei \ffair':::J>ean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. officio members shall have the privilege of the floor but no I tl a 2. DUTIES AND JURISDICTION The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the UniversityA It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define H1let1Jlt; aida policies on ea4eaie matter admission, general education rading standards, od for of Jf ,..,.,.. .lr"'1 fr!v 11 :J ;tt.. The President shall have the power of veto over any action of tbeASenate. The

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"' '!I I t -. -r 3 veto shall be transmitted in writing to the Secretary of the Senate with reasons therefor within 60 days. Senate may appeal any action so vetoed to the Board 1 of Regertts by a tlfo=thirds .,.ote. 911 3. MEETINGS The Faculty Senate shall meet in regular session at least once each month ,drt' 8 *be a f!ir ena waj zest 1A ip& iGI,ag '' I Special meetings of the Senate may be called upon written notice by the Presi= dent or &i! 11 &sauce by the Dean of Academic Affairs, or upon petition by one fourth of the voting members of the Senate. A quorum shall consist of one-half of the voting members of the Senate. 2r 1'bm 4. OFFICERS 1 e::l_._, ... /.J:=. r.L 4u-I P1r daunt of etta '8ahuste,.. shall be the presiding officer of theASenate .ard b 1., 1 it shdl llhe De& I s 1 1c Claffutza. Further successions 1 officer prf !!m! shall be determined by the Pz ud 1 shall elect annually in January one of its members to Secretary of the Senate, to supervise the production and distribution of;sen: e minutes and other documents, and to certify their accuracy. He shall be provided with stenographic aid by the University for purposes of.obtaining minutes of regu lar Senate meetings. He shall be chairman of the Steering Committee. If for any reason the Secretary is unable to perform his secretarial duties, the Senate Steer ing Committee shall appoint a secretary pro !!! who shall perform the functions of the SecretaJ:Y.. TheflSenate shall choose from its membership at its January meeting a parlia mentarian. 8& at 5. COMMITTEES Cl. The Senate Steering Committee shall be composed of 5 members and the the Senate elected each January at large from the voting membership of The chairman of this committee shall be the Secretary of the Senate. The Dean of Academic Affairs shall be an! officio member of the committee. The Steering shall establish the calendar and prepare the agenda for the meetings of It shall provide for the reporting to the Senate by administrative officers, by chairmen of committees, and by individuals. The Steering Committee shall review and make recommendations regarding any proposed .Senate By-laws.ew 'uil'lrl" mh to tlais euustitwtie:t'h ---ji. Committee n Elections shall be composed of one representative from each college elected at the first meeting tn January. The Committee will have responsibility for conducting all Senate elections. The Committee shall elect its own chairman. f. Senate Committee n Faculty Professional Relations shall be composed

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4 of 9 tenured voting members of the Senate. They shall be elected at large from the Senate each January. This committee shall consider all matters involving University policy and practice concerned with professional relations, professional ethics, conditions of employment, faculty morale, and the general welfare of the faculty. It may make to the President, to other proper administrative officers, or to The Committee on Faculty Professional Relations shall conduct hearings on charges involving tenure or academic freedom. The Committee shall elect its own chairman. If any committee member is unable to serve because of disability or because he is a party to a case, the Steering Committee shall appoint a replacement to serve for the duration of that inquiry. / J.. The Senate Committee .Qn Academic Policy and Curriculum shall be composed of at least 8 voting members of the Senate one elected from each college and three elected at large. It shall be chaired by the Dean Affairs. This committee shall be responsible for recommendations to theA ate regarding all affecting and other academic programs. The college councils shall report to this committee. ,. 1. The Senate Faculty-Student Council shall consist of 5 voting members of the Senate, elected annually at the Ja uary meeting from the membership at large, and 5 student members elected annuallyA the Student Association. The Senate Faculty-Student Council shall elect its own chairman. They shall consider student grievances, allegations of injustice members, recommendations from the Student Association concerning policy, and any of mutual concern to faculty and students, and make recommendations to Student members of the Committee shall have privilege of the floor. TheASenate may establish other standing committees and b2 committees or its work. be reposed from the Senate fl g the Faculty Senate may p 1 hall be reported out B -laws govern1.n t By-aws s h 8t&Jl!If'!' and to to the a reas le time wl.t propos tlaa they are to be presen e t and least two weeks prior to the a majority of those -----Approval of Faculty Senate By-1 ... reqg BY-LAHS

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MEMORANDUM SENATE COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULED 9 A. M., March 17, 1966 President's Board Room March 14, 1966 TO: DEAN HARRIS DEAN, CHAmMAN, SENATE COUNCIL FROM: JESSE S. BINFORD, JR., CHAmMAN SENATE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS AND ACADEMIC RElATIONS RE: ITEMS (3) and (4} ON THE UNIVERSITY SENATE AGENDA FOR FEBRUARY 23, 1966 In accordance with the request of the President and of the University Senate on February 23, 1966, the EPAR Committee met on March 11, 1966, with four members present and considered items (3) and (4) on that agenda. The attached statement was discussed and passed with three affirmative votes and one abstention. We are hereby transmitting this statement to the Senate Council for inclusion in the agenda of the University Senate at its next meeting. We have not yet discussed the quarter system as requested, but we expect to do so before that meeting and to submit our report to the Senate Council. Enclosures

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1 MEMORANDUM March 14, 1966 TO: THE UNIVERSITY SENATE FROM: THE EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS AND ACADEMIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE RE: UNIVERSITY SENATE RESOLUTION The EPAR Committee of the University Senate in accordance with the request of the President and the University Senate as stated and resolved on February 23, 1966, recommends to the University Senate and to the President the following additions to University of South Florida Policy Statements. It also recommends the following disposition of the Committee T (AAUP) draft of the proposed USF Constitution and the Basic Studies/Liberal Arts resolutions regarding the proposed USF Constitution. A petition dated February, 1966, to the University Senate from one hundred and ninety members of the Faculty requesting a Faculty Senate is attached. RESOLUI'ION In recognition of the strong desire of the Faculty of the University of South Florida for a Faculty Senate, as demonstrated by petition, by participation in open hearings before the Senate Council representatives, and by votes in the Basic Studies/Liberal Arts Colleges meeting of January 14, 1966, and in recognition of the advantages to be gained by the University from a Faculty Senate, the Committee on Educational Problems and Academic Relations recommends to the President the formation by University of South Florida Policy Statement of a Faculty Senate which shall legislate on academic matters and report to the President. The organization and specific responsibilities of the Faculty Senate. shall be established in the following manner: FACULTY SENATE 1. MEMBERSHIP Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and Administrative-Professional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. There shall be forty faculty members of the Faculty Senate. The faculty of each college shall elect a number of Senators proportional to its share of the faculty of the University. The Faculty Senate Committee on Elections shall determine each college's quota on the basis of full time equivalent positions. This number will be based on a list of eligible faculty members prepared by the Dean of Academic

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Affairs which will be submitted to the Secretary of the Faculty Senate in September. Each college shall have at least one representative. Two-year staggered terms shall be established so that approximately one-half of the representatives of each constituency are elected annually. During October the Faculty Senate Committee on Elections shall determine the allotment of representatives in each college and the number to be elected, and shall notify the Deans of the various colleges 2 Eleetions shall be conducted within the constituency by the Faculty Senate Committee on Elections during the month of November and the newly elected Senators shall take office the following January 1. Each college faculty may elect an alternate representative to sit for one term in the place of any designated Senator from that College who does not have appointment on the faculty and an assignment on campus. The Dean of Academic Affairs shall be the presiding officer of the Faculty Senate. The following shall be ex officio members: The Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. Ex officio members shall have the privilege of the floor but no vote. 2. Dt.rriES AND JURISDICTION The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University in academic affairs. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define policies on admission, general education policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. It shall be the legislative body for all other matters referred to it by the President. The President shall have the power of veto over any action of the Faculty Senate. The veto shall be transmitted in writing to the Secretary of the Senate with reasons therefore within 60 days. 3. MEETINGS The Faculty Senate shall meet in regular session at least once each month. Special meetings of the Senate may be called upon written notice by the President or by the Dean of Academic Affairs, or upon petition by one-fourth of the voting members of the Senate. A quorum shall consist of one-half of the voting members of the Senate.

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4. OFFICERS The Dean of Academic Affairs shall be the presiding officer of the Faculty Senate. Further successions to the position of presiding officerpro' tem shall be determined by the Dean of Academic Affairs. 3 The Faculty Senate shall elect annually in January one of its members to serve as Secretary of the Senate, to supervise the production and distribution of Faculty Senate minutes and other documents, and to certify their accuracy. He shall be provided with stenographic aid by the University for purposes of obtaining minutes of regular Senate meetings. He shall be chairman of the Steering Committee. If for any reason the Secretary is unable to perform his secretarial duties, the Senate Steering Committee shall appoint a secretary pro tem who shall perform the functions of the Secretary. The Faculty Senate shall choose from its membership at its January meeting a parliamentarian. 5. COMMITTEES a. The Senate Steering Committee shall be composed of 5 members and the Secretary of the Senate elected each January at large from the voting membership of the Faculty Senate. The chairman of this committee shall be the Secretary of the Senate. The Dean of Academic Affairs shall be an ex officio member of the committee. The Steering Committee shall establish the calendar and prepare the agenda for the meetings of the Faculty Senate. It shall provide for the reporting to the Senate by administrative officers, by chairmen of committees, and by individuals. The Steering Committee shall review and make recommendations regarding any proposed Senate By-laws. b. The Senate Committee on Elections shall be composed of one representative from each college elected at the first meeting in January. The Committee will have responsibility for conducting all Senate elections. The Committee shall elect its own chairman. c. The Senate Committee on Faculty Professional Relations shall be composed of 9 tenured voting members of the Senate. They shall be elected at large from the Senate each January. This committee shall consider all matters involving University policy and practice concerned with professional relations, professional ethics, conditions of employ ment, faculty morale, and the general welfare of the faculty. It may make recommendations to the President, to other proper administrative officers, or to the Faculty Senate. The Committee on Faculty Professional Relations shall conduct hearings on charges involving tenure or academic freedom. The Committee shall elect its own chairman. If any committee member is unable to serve because of disability or because he is a party to a case, the Steering Committee shall appoint a replacement to serve for the duration of that inquiry.

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4 d. The Senate Committee on Academic Policy and Curriculum shall be composed of at least 8 voting members of the Senate one elected from each college and three elected at large. It shall be chaired by the Dean of Academic Affairs. This committee shall be responsible for recommenda-tions to the Faculty Senate regarding all matters affecting the University curriculum and other academic programs. The college councils and Graduate Council shall report to this committee. e. The Senate Faculty-Student Council shall consist of 5 voting members of the Faculty Senate, elected annually at the January meeting from the membership at large, and 5 student members elected annually by the Student Association. The Senate Faculty-Student Council shall elect its own chairman. They shall consider student grievances, allegations of injustice brought against faculty members, recommendations from the Student Association concerning academic policy, and any other matter of mutual concern to faculty and students, and make recommendations to the Faculty Senate. Student members of the Committee shall have privilege of the floor. f. The Faculty Senate may establish other standing committees and ad hoc committees necessary for its work 6. BYLAWS Bylaws governing the Faculty Senate may be proposed from the Senate floor and referred to the Senate Steering Committee. Bylaws shall be reported out in a reasonable time with proposals submitted in writing to the Senate membership at least two weeks prior to the meeting when they are to be presented for action. Approval of Faculty Senate Bylaws requires a majority of those present and voting. Respectfully submitted, ::::: 1 tCHAIRMAN, Committee on Educational Problems and Academic Relations, University Senate

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1 UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA FEBRUARY, 1966 The following petition is directed to the members of the University Senate. We, the undersigned members of the teaching and research faculty favor a University Constitution incorporating the following major points: 1. The University Senate Shall Be A Faculty Senate: Only full-time employees who hold the rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor shall be eligible for representation in and election to the Faculty Senate except that the Library Staff, Student Affairs area, and AdministrativeProfessional personnel shall each be entitled to one elected representative. The President of the University shall be the presiding officer of the Senate. The following shall officio members: The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dean of Administration, Dean of Student Affairs, Dean of Instructional Services, Registrar, Deans of the several colleges and the President of the Student Association. officio members shall have the privilege of the floor, but no vote. 2. The Senate Shall Have Jurisdiction Over Academic Matters: The Faculty Senate shall be the legislative body of the University. It shall formulate measures for the maintenance of a comprehensive educational policy and for maximum utilization of the academic resources of the University. The Faculty Senate shall determine and define University-wide policies on academic matters including admission, general educational policy, curriculum, grading standards, and requirements for granting of degrees. (See attached list of undersigned members)

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Is/ Jesse S. Binford, Jr. Robert D. Whitaker P. Calvin Maybury Terence C. Owen Jeff C. Davis, Jr. Eugene D. Olsen J. E. Fernandez T. W. G. Solomons Thomas A. Ashford Frank M. Dudley Ray Urbanek E. E. Moretz Gordon Brunhild David E. Clement Frank L. Cleaver Philip W. Schaefer You-Feng Lin John E. Kelley Fredric Zerla W. E. Williams Rodney J. Roth A. W. Goodman Kwanf Chul Ha Eleanor Carnett James H. Reed Jane G. Reed W. J. Davis Leon R. Luckenbach Donald C. Rose William Modrow W. J. Deyo Dale Cloninger John C. Deiter G. H. Mellish W. K. Cunningham M. J. Alexander Arlene Daniels R. E. Dutton G. E. McClung Fred B. Power Donald Monath Conrad E. Hubbard David C. Sleeper John F. McMullan M. F. Dimbath R. W. Morell T. M ... Dickerson Hans Juergensen Virginia W. Valentine B. A. Fusaro J. H. Robinson W. K. Eichhornvon Wurmb C. w. Arnade W. D. Barfield D. L. Lantz Donald P. Jaeschke L. A. Berry Margaret Crickenberger Martha L. Austin Herbert H. Stewart Francis J. Fabry Samuel D. Miller Robert C. O'Hara J. G. Bentley E. W. Hirshberg G. E. Beauchamp E. F. Henley James A. Parrish Robert E. Hall Chung-Hwan Chen T. F. Thompson Mariella Waite M. M. Osborne Robert J. Grindley Alfonso Gonzalez Clarence Webb Sue Saxon Marijo McCormick Miles W. Hardy Stewart Kinde Stewart c. Rothwell Bruce Flanagan w. B. Cameron J. E. Young R. E. Heeschen M. J. Cheatham Dan Holcomb J. s. Sandhu Robert W. Long John V. Betz John Lawrence Frank E. Friedl C. Dawes Joe R. Linton A. J. Meyerriecks Helen H. Ray M. E. Scheib J. A. Huey Ovid L. Futch W. D. Bliss John C. Briggs James M. Swanson Rainulf Stelzmann M. Artzybusher V. Milani Alex Carriere Edward F. McLean Jim C. Tatum William 0. Price Adrian Cherry John R. Paul Gerald G. Robinson Henry c. Tipton 0. Lakela K. Norstog Howard Gratzner Ronald Burton Walter Babies 2

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/s/ H. E. Aseltine R. H. Wheeler Roger Nichols Cora L. Paton Florence D. Cleary William McDonald R. A. Cornell Alice G. Smith Edward J. Shaffer Henry Winthrop John Parker, Jr. Donald E. Allen Paul Givens F. Sistrunk F. t-1. Huff S. c. Bloch D. M. Cooper Roger W. Clapp, Jr. Richard W. Mitchell Shwu-Yeng Lin C. N. Micarelli D. A. Galler C. de la Menardiere Phillip Crant Robert Gleaver A. V. Cervone Edward J. Neugaard Glen E. Woolfenden William c. Hood Louis V. Anderson E. C. Anderson AntfionJ W. Zaitz L. D. DuBois C. Washburne Leslie McClellan D. R. Lichtenberg Robert Shannon Stanley Wimberley John J. Iorio Jack B. Moore Mildred Adams Peter B. O'Sullivan E. E. Smith Willie D. Reader Sara L. Stelzner William B. George Flora J. Zbar Betty Jo Goodson Donald Wyly Sallie Hall Joyce Lynch John P. Walther I. F. Ceconi J. W. Hartley Herman G. Stelzner K. E. Kearney A. M. Gessman Robert Goldstein William Owen J'ac.ques Abram J. A. Gould A. S. Sarett James E. Popovich R. L. Zetler J. Camp R. J. Witmnert :r; A, Scott N. Smith J. F. Twigg E. E. Payne J. E. Deuel P. M. Downey Signing for item one only of the petition. 3