Please enter any comments, ideas, discussion, or feedback relevant to the February 8th faculty meeting below.
Cards left at the meeting:
In the past few faculty meetings we have spent a lot of time on early items on the agenda, which seem relatively insignificant (e.g. printers), which has cut into our discussion of the gen ed revision. This has frustrated me. I support doing anything possible to prioritize and centralize discussion of the gen ed revision. One possibility: place this item at the beginning instead of the end of future agendas.
Can we start with the most important topics? When we push them to the end, everyone who had daycare pickup gets excluded. The 5:15 (or 5:20 or 5:25) end time isn’t very family friendly.
When the podium is not going to be used, could you move it so those of us sitting behind it can read the screen? 🙂
It occurs to me that Quaker process is difficult to use in ranking candidates for anything. Also, rating and ranking multiple candidates has problems. See Arrow’s Theorem.
Any reason why people not standing up when speaking?