Here is the report regarding VCU budget process developments that David Fauri, immediate past president of the Faculty Senate, presented at the Senate’s Sept. 2 meeting. This report will be made formally to the VCU Board of Visitors next week.
Here is the agenda for the Faculty Senate’s meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 2. The Senate will meet from 4:15 – 6:15 p.m. in the Forum Room of the Student Commons on the Monroe Park Campus. The first item of business is the approval of the minutes from the Senate’s May 6 meeting.
See the Faculty Senate’s meetings page for more information on this and future meetings.
Here is a follow-up to the presentation that Dr. Joan Pellegrini gave at the Faculty Senate’s Dec. 3 meeting regarding the proposed resolution on domestic partner benefits.
In her presentation, Dr. Pellegrini noted that the College of William and Mary and George Mason University recently approved resolutions supporting domestic partner benefits for same-sex couples. Here are copies of those resolutions:
Here is the text of the resolution proposed by the Faculty Senate’s Affirmative Action Committee, which Dr. Pellegrini chairs.
Here is the Status of the Faculty presentation that Dr. Beverly Warren, VCU’s Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, gave to the Faculty Senate on Tuesday.
The Faculty Senate adopted a resolution Tuesday expressing its deep appreciation to Dr. David W. Hanson for his work as VCU’s senior vice president and chief operating officer.
Hanson announced this week that he will leave VCU at the end of the year to become chief financial officer for Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H.
The Senate thanked Hanson for:
- Being extremely generous with his time, working individually with members and collectively with the Senate
- Bringing transparency to the budgeting process
- Promoting shared governance
- His efforts in the adoption of the new tuition model
- The pivotal role he played overall at VCU
The resolution, which passed unanimously, stated, “We regret that he is leaving VCU, but we do wish him great success in his future endeavors.”