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SENATE: From the Senate Office

The following agenda is published in accordance with
the Faculty Senate Rules. Questions may be directed to Carolyn Burdon
either by telephone at (215) 898-6943 or by e-mail at .

Agenda of Senate Executive Committee Meeting

Wednesday, May 1, 2002, 3-4:30 p.m.

Old Business

1. Approval of the minutes of April 3, 2002

2. Chair's Report

3. Past Chair's Report on Academic Planning and Budget and Capital Council

4. Report of the Task Force on Retirement

5. Report of the Senate Committee on the Faculty on the Proposed Revised Procedures Regarding Misconduct in Research

6. Senate Committee on Administration

a. Year-end report including Cost of Research
b. Proposed Revised Policy for Postdoctoral Fellows

New Business

7. Election of four SEC members to serve a one-year term on Council Steering Committee

8. Appointment of chair of the Senate Committee on the Economic Status of the Faculty

9. Determine whether to hold the June 5, 2002 optional SEC meeting

10. Other new business

11. Adjournment by 4:30 p.m. to reception for SEC and Senate Committee member

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 32, April 30, 2002


April 30, 2002
Volume 48 Number 32

School of Social Work selects three recipients for Excellence in Teaching Awards.
Robin Beck will succeed Jim O'Donnell at ISC when he leaves for Georgetown.
Virginia Clark leaves Penn for a newly created post at the Smithsonian.
Penn's Chaplain denounces hate speech.
The Bridge: Cinema De Lux comes to 40th and Walnut.
The Museum is preparing to open its new wing and courtyard to the community with several celebrations, tours and a new exhibition.
Retirement seminars for investors of all ages and at all stages of planning.
Procedures for the establishment, merger, and closing of departments, divisions and entities within schools.