University of Dayton Chapter

American Association of University Professors

March 4, 2004

(Minutes Unapproved)

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Humanities 470, 3:39 p.m.                                                                        Sixth Meeting, 2003-2004

Presiding:  President Joseph L. Watras

 

1.  Minutes of February 5, 2004

                The minutes were approved.

 

2.  Treasurer Friel's Report

                a.     Balance:  $296.66.

                b.     The report was accepted.

 

3.  Position of Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs

                The Chapter president will write a letter to Associate Provost Joseph A. Untener asking for a description

                of the position.

 

4.  Position of Lecturer at the University of Dayton

                The Chapter president will write a letter to Associate Provost Untener asking for a detailed description

                of the position.

 

5.  Appreciation of AAUP Members

                The Chapter thanks those faculty members who have paid their national AAUP dues and their

                U.D. Chapter dues.

               

6.  University Property Expansion

                The University of Dayton Chapter of AAUP recognizes the opportunities and the risks posed by

                the plans to expand the University property and increase the number of buildings.  At the same

                time the Chapter members express the hope that the increased expenditures will not reduce the

                University’s ability to compensate faculty, to enhance academics, and develop high quality

                programs.

 

7.  Possible Chapter Fall Program

                The program might revolve around University land use planning or research capacity in libraries

                or state of information technology.

 

8.  Next Meeting

                        a.  Thursday, April 20, 2004, at 3:30 p.m., Humanities 470.

                        b.  Election of officers.

 

9.  Adjournment at 4:25 p.m.

 

                 

                Respectfully submitted,

 

 

                Erving E. Beauregard,

                Secretary

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