Minutes: Senate Consultative Committee: June 5, 1986

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Minutes: Senate Consultative Committee: June 5, 1986

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1986-06-05

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University of Minnesota

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1. Minutes of May 15 (if available). 2. Advising on University Lnformation Systems: Discussion with members of the special interim committee advising Assistant Vice President Barbara Wolfe. Guests: Lael Gatewood, chair, William Hanson, Russell Hobbie, Tom Scott, John Sullivan. 3. Reports: A. Finance Committee chair. B. SSCC chair. c. sec chair. D. Others? 4. Lower Division Report: Motions and Comments for June 5 Assembly docket. 5. Governance Committee Report: Discussion and consideration of next steps. 6. Nominating procedures for SCC, FCC, and SSCC: for action. (Members see motion enclosed.) 7. Recognition of deceased students (motion on June 5 Senate docket) . (For sec action; members see resolution distributed for May 15 meeting.) 8. DISCUSSION WITH PRESIDENT KELLER (see page 2)8. A. President's updates to SCC on - CtF Special Committee on Continuing Education and Extension - CtF generally - Peat, Marwick Mitchell report: what it covers - Patent Policy (on June 5 Senate docket) - University-Industry Relations Policy (on June 5 Senate docket). B. SCC's and President's reflections on the year. 9. Adjourn.

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University of Minnesota: Senate Consultative Committee. (1986). Minutes: Senate Consultative Committee: June 5, 1986. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/103111.

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