College of Arts and Sciences
FACULTY ASSEMBLY MEETING
April 13, 1998
Anthropology: L. Markowitz, J. Peteet, E. Segal
Biology: R. Moore
CML: D. Hershberg, S. Jourdain, A. Mastri, F.
Nuessel, W. Pfeffer, G. Zinn
English: D. Billingsley, J. Dietrich, D. Hall, D.
Journet, E. Wise
Geography/Geosciences: J. Anderson, D. Spetz
History: B. Adams, A. Allen, L. Curry, J. McCarthy, A.
McElderry, T. K'Meyer, J. Morrill, N. Theriot, L-S. Weissbach
Humanities: M. Stenger
Mathematics: M. Jacobson
Pan African Studies: B. Hudson, F. Iyun
Philosophy: P. Alperson, J. Flodstrom
Physics: D. Brown
Political Science: M. Hawkesworth, N. Schwartz
Theatre Arts: D. Palmer, T. Wheeler
Visitors: D. Baugh, J. Berman, R. Taylor
Professor Curry, chairing the meeting in the absence of Professor Harris,
called the meeting to order at 2:10.
The minutes of the meeting of February 18, 1998, were approved as distributed
on the college web-site.
The assembly approved the list of graduates for August and December 1997, and
the candidates for graduation for May 1998, pending successful completion of
The assembly approved the nomination of Heather Dawn Roe, a Political Science
and Communication major, for the 1998 Woodcock Medal.
The Chair requested unanimous consent of the assembly to amend the agenda and
next consider the election of officers for AY 1998-99. Hearing no objection,
he moved to the election of officers.
The Chair declared the floor open for nominations for chairperson of the
assembly. Professor Albert Harris was nominated. It was moved and seconded
that nominations cease and that Professor Harris be elected by unanimous
consent. Hearing no objection, the Chair put the question and the motion
The Chair then declared the floor open for nominations for parliamentarian of
the assembly. Professor Leonard Curry was nominated. It was moved and
seconded that nominations cease and that Professor Curry be elected by
unanimous consent. Hearing no objection, the Chair put the question and the
The Chair then returned to the remaining agenda item, a proposal from the
Curriculum Committee to revise the definition of cross-cultural courses for
general education requirements.
Professor Pfeffer called for a quorum.
There being no quorum, it was moved and seconded that the meeting adjourn.
The meeting adjourned at 2:20.