Faculty Senate

Faculty Senate Office

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The TMCC Faculty Senate is the officially-designated organization representing members of the TMCC faculty in most academic issues and other issues of shared governance at the College and in the NSHE system.

An elected senator represents faculty members of each major instructional unit and an elected Chair represents the senate.

Through monthly meetings and in conjunction with nine functional standing committees, the senate addresses many important faculty topics such as curriculum, academic and professional standards, monetary issues, general education requirements and assessment , part-time instructor concerns, compliance to institutional and NSHE bylaws, professional recognition and resources of the TMCC library.

Consent Agenda Information and Materials
Notes: Lunch will be served
Friday, April 18, 2014
RDMT 256
12:30 p.m.
Meeting Minutes & Exhibits from 3/28/14   (action item)
Consent Agenda   (action item)
Administrative Faculty Performance Evaluation (Form A)   (action item)
Administrative Faculty Performance Self Evaluation (Form C)  (action item)
Academic Faculty Annual Evaluation Criteria  (action item)
Bylaws Change to Direct Reports to the President  (action item)
Bylaws Change to Disband the Codes & Bylaws Committee (first reading)
Faculty Survey of Performance Evaluation of TMCC President
Strategic Master Plan (submitted by Dr. Rachel Solemsaas)
Interpretation of Mission Fulfillment for Strategic Master Plan (submitted by Dr. Rachel Solemsaas)
General Education Courses for AA & AS Degrees Still Needing Approval by CAP Committee

Please contact the Faculty Senate office for information on archived Consent Agenda documentation.

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Calendar of Events

Spring Job Fair and Networking Event

Wednesday, April 16
Student Center, Dandini Campus

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Wednesday, April 16
RDMT 256, Dandini Campus

Faculty Senate

Truckee Meadows Community College
7000 Dandini Boulevard, RDMT 212
Reno, Nevada 89512-3999

Telephone: 775-674-7912

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