CURRENT MEETING MATERIALS, 2022-2023

This Academic Senate is created to secure the professional rights and to carry out the responsibilities of the faculty of the Sonoma County Junior College District. The faculty have the traditional right of college faculty to participate in the governance of the college. As specialists in specific disciplines and as experienced instructors, the participation of the faculty in the governance of the college is essential for the district’s pursuit of its mission. As professionals, the faculty have the right and a duty to set professional and ethical standards for the conduct of their profession and to promote the excellence of their profession. In order to achieve these ends and in accordance with Title 5 of the California Administrative Code, Subchapter 2, Sections 53200-53205, this Academic Senate is established.


SRJC's Land Acknowledgement Statement:

We acknowledge that we gather at Santa Rosa Junior College on the territorial traditional land of the Pomo People in Santa Rosa and the Coast Miwok People in Petaluma, past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.


FALL 2022


December 7, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers & Doyle Library, Room 144*, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus
*All Senators should attend meetings in Bertolini Senate Chambers, Room 4638, in Santa Rosa or Room 628, Richard Call Building, in Petaluma.

AGENDA: Printable Agenda for Dec. 7th, 2022 

ZOOM LINK

CALL TO ORDER, 3:15 pm

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT

 We acknowledge that we gather at Santa Rosa Junior College on the territorial traditional land of the Pomo People in Santa Rosa and the Coast Miwok People in Petaluma, past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded throughout the generations. 

OPEN FORUM: (3:17-3:25)

Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic.Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present.To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized or emailing your statement in advance to mcunha@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant.

MINUTES: (3:25-3:30) Correction and adoption

November 30th, 2022 Minutes

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA: Any senator may move to reorder items on the agenda, requires 2/3 vote.

REPORTS (3:30-3:40)

  1. President's Report - N. Persons (5 min.)
  2. SRJC Bookstore - A. Jimenez (5 min.)

CONSENT: Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.           

  1. Resolution in Support of Career Development and College Preparation Education (CDCP)

Read the CDCP Resolution here

Shall the Academic Senate endorse the Resolution in support of advocacy for CDCP education and pay parity?

[PDF to be inserted]

ACTION: (3:40-4:20)

       Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

  1. SLO Workgroup Recommendations 1 and 2 - M. Collier, R. Holcomb        20 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's recommendation to the district regarding the workgroup's proposed actions to bring SRJC into compliance with the ACCJC Accreditation Requirements? 

Accreditation Workgroup Proposal   

BREAK                                                                                           

  1. CVC Membership - L. Beach (15 min.)

What shall the Academic Senate's recommendation be regarding SRJC's participation in the CVC Online Course Exchange?

CVC Exchange Presentation Video

CVC Exchange Slides

DISCUSSION (4:20 – 5:00): Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

  1. *Urgent: Academic Senate Goals for 2022-23      20 min.

What shall be the goals of the Academic Senate for the academic year 2022-23?

 Senate goals list FALL 2022

  1. Strategic Enrollment Management Plan - R. Holcomb      20 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's feedback regarding the proposed Enrollment Management Plan?

[Add EMP document ]

INFORMATION: Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

        None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5 p.m.

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

Items in Process (Appear on an agenda): 

  • Urgent Discussion Item – Extend expanded ASEC positions through spring 2023(On agenda for 11/2) 
  • Guided Pathways 2022-2027 Cycle – M. Long, J. Stover (in process) 
  • Faculty Hiring Procedure 4.3.2P - (in process) 
  • Academic Senate Goals for AY 2022-23 
  • Accreditation Response Workgroup (2 Discussion, 1 Action) 
  • CVC membership – (L. Beach) Lisa Beach scheduled to meet with ASEC Nov. 17, on AS agenda December 
  • Student Equity Plan 2.0 Work Group Recommendations (Discussion and possible Action)  
  • College Council Shared Governance Reorganization – G. Durand and N. Persons (Discussion and possible action) 

New Items

  • Resolution urging ASCCC to work with legislature to recognize need for accommodation for senators to participate  
  • Online Course Review  
  • GreenPrint – from Katie Gerber and Abigail Zoger, collaboration of Sustainability Cmte – seek Board approval by May 2023 
  • Review of current 10+1 Areas of Primacy (Board procedure 2.5.I.C) 
  • Class Size Task Force AND Wait List 
  • Bylaws (and Constitution?) review and update (Ethnic Studies Dept, Expanded ASEC)  
  • Professional Ethics Committee (Senate subcommittee) - disband? 
  • HR Presentation of Ethnic Diversity Hiring Data (presented to Board 10/11/22) - Information Item HELPFUL TO INCLUDE PRIOR TO NEW ROUND OF FACULTY HIRING 
  • Ethnic Studies Department Information Item (George Sellu, chair)- Introduction of Department to the AS 
  • Campus climate and safety – Information Item 
  • DEIA Work Group recommendations - revisit and review 
  • Equity definitions (B. Reaves document) 
  • Professional Development discussion 
  • Faculty Professional Development Committee (subcommittee of Senate) 
  • Review and assess Senate Goals for AY 2022-23 (at last meeting of spring 2023 semester)

November 30, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers & Doyle Library, Room 144*, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus
*All Senators should attend meetings in Bertolini Senate Chambers, Room 4638, in Santa Rosa or Room 628, Richard Call Building, in Petaluma.

AGENDA: Printable Agenda for Nov. 30th, 2022 

ZOOM LINK

CALL TO ORDER, 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT

       We acknowledge that we gather at Santa Rosa Junior College on the territorial traditional land of the Pomo People in Santa Rosa and the Coast Miwok People in Petaluma, past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded throughout the generations. 

OPEN FORUM: (3:17-3:25) Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic.Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present.To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized or emailing your statement in advance to mcunha@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant.

MINUTES (3:25 – 3:30): Correction / adoption.

November 16th, 2022 Minutes

 

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA: Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

REPORTS (3:30 – 3:40)

1. President’s Report – N. Persons                                          5 Min.  

     Read President Persons' report here                                                                       

2. AGA President – A. Tillman                                                   5 Min.

 

CONSENT): Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move

any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.          

ACTION: (3:40-4:25)

Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried

over from a previous Action agenda.

1. SLO Workgroup Recommendation     20 Min.      

What shall be the Academic Senate's recommendation to the district regarding the work group's proposed actions to bring SRJC into compliance with the ACCJC Accreditation Requirements?   

Accreditation Workgroup Proposal                                                                                                                        

BREAK      5 Min.

2. Student Equity Plan 2.0         20 Min.                                                                                                                                                                                                  What shall be the Academic Senate's input regarding the Student Equity Plan 2.0 (barriers, outcomes, and action)? 

SEP 2.0 Presentation

DISCUSSION (4:25 – 5:00): Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

1. CVC membership – L. Beach.      20 Min.                                                 

What shall the Academics Senate recommendation regarding SRJC's participation in the CVC online course exchange?

 

CVC Exchange Presentation Video

CVC Exchange Slides

2. Senate Goals        15 Min.                           

What shall be the goals of the Academic Senate for the academic year 2022-23?

 Senate Goals List Fall 2022

INFORMATION: Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

        None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5 p.m.

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

Items in Process (Appear on an agenda): 

  • Urgent Discussion Item – Extend expanded ASEC positions through spring 2023(On agenda for 11/2) 
  • Guided Pathways 2022-2027 Cycle – M. Long, J. Stover (in process) 
  • Faculty Hiring Procedure 4.3.2P - (in process) 
  • Academic Senate Goals for AY 2022-23 
  • ZTC Grant Phase 1 and 2 (J. Carlin-Goldberg, as Report, on 11/16) 
  • Accreditation Response Workgroup (2 Discussion, 1 Action) 
  • CVC membership – (L. Beach) Lisa Beach scheduled to meet with ASEC Nov. 17, on AS agenda December 
  • Student Equity Plan 2.0 Work Group Recommendations (Discussion and possible Action)  
  • College Council Shared Governance Reorganization – G. Durand and N. Persons (Discussion and possible action) 

New Items: 

  • Resolution urging ASCCC to work with legislature to recognize need for accommodation for senators to participate  
  • Online Course Review (N. Slovak concern)??? 
  • GreenPrint – K. Gerber, Sustainability Cmte – seek Board approval by May 2023 
  • Review of current 10+1 Areas of Primacy (Board procedure 2.5.I.C) 
  • Class Size Task Force AND Wait List 
  • Bylaws and Constitution review and update (Ethnic Studies Dept, Expanded ASEC)  
  • Professional Ethics Committee (Senate subcommittee) - disband? 
  • HR Presentation of Ethnic Diversity Hiring Data (presented to Board 10/11/22) - Information Item 
  • Ethnic Studies Department Information Item (George Sellu, chair)- Introduction of Department to the AS 
  • Campus climate and safety – Information Item 
  • DEIA Work Group recommendations - revisit and review 
  • Enrollment Management Report (to be followed by Discussion Item(s) - RH Holcomb (Nov. 28 is date this Report is scheduled to be presented to PBC) 
  • Equity definitions (B. Reaves document) 
  • Professional Development discussion 
  • Faculty Professional Development Committee (subcommittee of Senate) 
  • Review and assess Senate Goals for AY 2022-23 (at last meeting of semester) 

 

November 16, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers & Doyle Library, Room 144*, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus
*All Senators should attend meetings in Bertolini Senate Chambers, Room 4638, in Santa Rosa or Room 628, Richard Call Building, in Petaluma.

AGENDA: Printable Agenda for Nov. 16th, 2022 

ZOOM LINK

CALL TO ORDER, 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT

We acknowledge that we gather at Santa Rosa Junior College on the territorial traditional land of the Pomo People in Santa Rosa and the Coast Miwok People in Petaluma, past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized or emailing your statement in advance to mcunha@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant.

MINUTES (3:30 – 3:35): Correction / adoption.

November 2nd, 2022 Minutes

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA

REPORTS (3:35 – 3:45)

1. President’s Report – N. Persons           5 min.

(Updated) N. Persons Report to Academic Senate

N. Persons' Notes from Fall 2022 ASCCC Plenary

2. ZTC Grant Program - J. Carlin-Goldberg       5 min.

 ZTC Grant Program Presentation

Zero Textbook Cost Program Overview - ASCCC OERI

CONSENT: Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

ACTION: None

DISCUSSION (3:45 – 5:00): Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

1. Alignment of Academic Senate Executive Committee (ASEC) Election Cycle* (URGENT)         10 min.

The current expanded ASEC members' (At-large, Associate, and Equity) terms are set to expire at the end of the Fall 2022 semester, while elections for all other positions are held in spring per our bylaws. How shall we address this gap? Shall the AS hold a special election this semester to address the need to fill this gap, or extend the pilot positions 1 semester to synchronize all ASEC elections in spring?

BREAK (3:55-4:00)       5 Min.

2. Faculty Accreditation Workgroup Proposal: Merrill Collier and Kim Kinahan           20 Min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's recommendation to the district regarding the work group's proposed actions to bring SRJC into compliance with the ACCJC Accreditation Requirements?

Faculty Accreditation Work Group SLO Recommendation

3. Preparatory Discussion of 4.3.2P for Faculty Hiring Procedure Workgroup           20 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's input and guidance to the workgroup preparing a draft revision of the remaining portions of 4.3.2P: Faculty Hiring Procedure?

 4.3.2P Cross Walk of 2018 Reopened Procedure with Current Approved Revisions

4. Student Equity Plan 2.0 - S. Cavales-Doolan and M. Long     15 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's input regarding the Student Equity Plan 2.0 (barriers, outcomes, and action)?

SEP 2.0 Presentation

5. Academic Senate Goals 2022-23 Academic Year      10 min.

INFORMATION: Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5 p.m.

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

  • Review of current 10+1 Areas of Primacy (Board procedure 2.5.I.C)
  • Class size ,task force and wait list
  • Guided Pathways 2022-2027 Cycle – M. Long, J. Stover (in process)
  • Faculty Hiring Procedure 4.3.2P - (in process)
  • Academic Senate Goals for AY 2022-23
  • Bylaws (and Constitution?) review and update (Ethnic Studies Dept, Expanded ASEC)
  • Professional Ethics Committee (Senate subcommittee) - disband?
  • ZTC Grant Phase 1 and 2 (J. Carlin-Goldberg)
  • HR Presentation of Ethnic Diversity Hiring Data (presented to Board 10/11/22) - Information Item
  • Accreditation Response Workgroup (2 Discussion, 1 Action)
  • Ethnic Studies Department Information Item (George Sellu, chair)- Introduction of Department to the AS
  • Campus climate and safety – Information Item
  • DEIA Work Group recommendations
  • Enrollment Management Report (to be followed by Discussion Item(s) - RH Holcomb (Nov. 28 is date this Report is scheduled to be presented to PBC)
  • CVC membership – (L. Beach) Lisa Beach scheduled to meet with ASEC Nov. 17, on AS agenda December
  • Student Equity Plan 2.0 Work Group Recommendations (Discussion and possible Action)
  • College Council Shared Governance Reorganization – G. Durand and N. Persons (Discussion and possible Action)
  • Equity definitions (B. Reaves document)
  • Professional Development discussion
  • Faculty Professional Development Committee (subcommittee of Senate)
 
November 2, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers & Doyle Library, Room 144*, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus
*All Senators should attend meetings in Bertolini Senate Chambers, Room 4638, in Santa Rosa or Room 628, Richard Call Building, in Petaluma.

AGENDA: Printable Agenda for Nov. 2, 2022 

ZOOM RECORDING

CALL TO ORDER, 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT (3:15 – 3:17 p.m.) -

OPEN FORUM: (3:17 - 3:35) Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to mcunha@santarosa.edu, to be read by the administrative assistant.

MINUTES: (3:35-3:40)

Minutes of October 19, 2022

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA: Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

REPORTS:

  1. President's Report - N. Persons                   5 min.

          Read President Persons' report here

CONSENT: Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

ACTION: Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

1. Academic Senate Exec Committee (ASEC) Expansion Bylaws Amendment (15 min.) - Shall the Academic Senate adopt the Bylaws amendment as proposed by the Bylaws Amendment workgroup?

         Draft Proposal for Expanded ASEC Duties - Bylaws

  BREAK (4:00-4:05)

2. Guided Pathways Workgroup (15 min.) - Shall the Academic Senate recommend the establishment of a multi-constituent workgroup to propose a structure for a Guided Pathways standing committee and for an office to house Guided Pathways?

3. Guided Pathways Coordinator (15 min.) - Shall the Academic Senate recommend that the District establish a Guided Pathways Coordinator position and direct the District to negotiate such a position with the faculty union? 

4. 4.3.2P Faculty Hiring Procedure Workgroup (15 min.) - Shall the Academic Senate establish a workgroup to bring forth recommendations for revisions to all remaining portions of 4.3.2P, which include the following sections: III - Screening and Interviewing Committee (SIC), V - Interviewing, VI - Selection of Faculty, and VII - Adjunct [Associate] Pool, for the Academic Senate to review? 

     4.3.2P Cross Walk of 2018 Reopened Procedure with Current Approved Revisions

DISCUSSION (4:50 - 5:00) Alignment of ASEC Election Cycle (10 min.) - The current expanded ASEC members' (At-large, Associate, and Equity) terms are set to expire at the end of the Fall 2022 semester, while elections for all other positions are held in spring per our Bylaws. How shall we address this gap? Shall the AS hold a special election this semester to address the need to fill this gap, or extend the pilot positions for one semester to synchronize all ASEC elections in spring? 

INFORMATION: Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5:00 p.m.

 
October 19, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers & Doyle Library, Room 144*, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus
*All Senators should attend meetings in Bertolini Senate Chambers, Room 4638, in Santa Rosa or Room 628, Richard Call Building, in Petaluma.

AGENDA: Printable agenda for October 19, 2022

ZOOM RECORDING

CALL TO ORDER, 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT (3:15 – 3:17 p.m.) - Joe Fassler

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to mcunha@santarosa.edu, to be read by the administrative assistant.

MINUTES: (3:35 – 3:40 p.m.)

Minutes of October 5, 2022

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

REPORTS (3:40 – 3:45 p.m.)

1.    President’s Report – N. Persons, 5 min. 

Read President Persons' Report here

CONSENT: Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

ACTION: Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

None.

DISCUSSION: (3:45 - 5:00)

  1. Academic Senate Bylaws Amendments – T. Johnson, 15 min

          How shall the Expanded Academic Senate Executive Committee officer positions be codified in the  Bylaws?

Draft Proposal for Expanded ASEC Job Duties - Bylaws

BREAK: (4:00 - 4:05), 5 min.

2. Guided Pathways 2022-2027 Cycle - M. Long, J. Stover, 30 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate recommendations regarding Guided Pathways guiding principles moving forward?

What recommendations should the Academic Senate make regarding the establishment of a Guided Pathways Standing Committee, Work Group or Task Force be?

Shall the Academic Senate recommend the establishment of a Guided Pathways Liaison? (see GP Liaison description below for an example)

Guided Pathways Strategies for Implementation

Guided Pathways Liaison Description - ASCCC

Guided Pathways: Past, Present, and Future

Guidance Memo re: 2021-2022 One-time GP Funding

3. Faculty Hiring Procedure 4.3.2P, 25 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's approach regarding the remaining portions of 4.3.2P, which include the following sections: III - Screening and Interviewing Committee (SIC), V - Interviewing, VI - Selection of Faculty, and VII - Adjunct [Associate]Pool?

Historical Review of 4.3.2P Work to Date

4.3.2P Cross Walk of 2018 Reopened Procedure with Current Approved Revisions

INFORMATION:

None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5:00 p.m.

October 5, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers & Doyle Library, Room 144*, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus
*All Senators should attend meetings in Bertolini Senate Chambers, Room 4638, in Santa Rosa or Room 628, Richard Call Building, in Petaluma.

AGENDA (Printable agenda for October 5, 2022)

ZOOM RECORDING

CALL TO ORDER, 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT (3:15 – 3:17 p.m.)

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to npersons@santarosa.edu, to be read by the administrative assistant.

MINUTES (3:35 – 3:40 p.m.)

Minutes of September 21, 2022

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

REPORTS (3:40 – 3:55 p.m.)

1.    President’s Report – N. Persons, 5 min. 

AS President Report to Senate

2.     Student Government Assembly - A. Tillman, 5 min.

3.     Student Equity Plan 2.0 Work Group - S. Cavales-Doolan, 5 min.

Read S. Cavales-Doolan's Report here

CONSENT: Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

ACTION (3:55 – 4:15). Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

1.    Expansion of the Academic Senate Executive Committee (ASEC), 20 min.

Shall the Academic Senate amend the Bylaws 3 Section 4A to permanently add 3 additional positions (titles and duties to be discussed)?

Shall the proposed new positions be Equity Advocate, At-large, and Associate Faculty positions?

BREAK (4:15 – 4:20), 5 min.

DISCUSSION (4:20 – 5:00) Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

1.   Guided Pathways 2022-2027 Cycle - M. Long, J. Stover, 25 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate recommendations regarding Guided Pathways guiding principles moving forward?

What recommendations should the Academic Senate make regarding the establishment of a Guided Pathways Standing Committee, Work Group or Task Force be?

Shall the Academic Senate recommend the establishment of a Guided Pathways Liaison? (see GP Liaison description below for an example)

Guided Pathways Strategies for Implementation

Guided Pathways Liaison Description - ASCCC

Guided Pathways: Past, Present, and Future

Guidance Memo re: 2021-2022 One-time GP Funding

2.   Faculty Hiring Procedure 4.3.2P, 15 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's approach regarding the remaining portions of 4.3.2P, which include the following sections: III - Screening and Interviewing Committee (SIC), V - Interviewing, VI - Selection of Faculty, and VII - Adjunct [Associate]Pool?

Historical Review of 4.3.2P Work to Date

4.3.2P Cross Walk of 2018 Reopened Procedure with Current Approved Revisions

 

September 21, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers & Doyle Library, Room 144*, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus
*All Senators should attend meetings in Bertolini Senate Chambers, Room 4638, in Santa Rosa or Room 628, Richard Call Building, in Petaluma.

ZOOM RECORDING

AGENDA (Current printable agenda.)

CALL TO ORDER: 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT, read by J. Carlin-Goldberg.

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to nhaworth@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant. Please note that all public comments must be made in person at either the Santa Rosa Campus or Petaluma Campus locations.

MINUTES (3:35 – 3:40): Correction / adoption.

August 31, 2022

September 7, 2022

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA: Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

REPORTS (3:40 – 3:50)

1.   President’s Report – N. Persons, 5 min.

2.   Professional Development Coordinators – A. Donegan, A. Forrester, 5 min.

CONSENT : Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

BREAK (3:50 – 3:55), 5 min.

ACTION (3:55 – 5:00): Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

1.    SRJC Draft Mission Statement, 15 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's input regarding the proposed Mission statement?

BP 1200 District Mission Vision and Values Draft

2.   Disciplinary Overlap Process (CRC Process Update), 10 min.

Shall the Academic Senate approve the proposed changes to the Disciplinary Overlap Process section of the Curriculum Writer’s Handbook?

CRC Disciplinary Overlap Process 2.0

3.   Accreditation Work Group Composition, Scope, Purpose, and Selection – R. Holcomb, 20 min.

Shall the Academic Senate (AS) approve/endorse the composition, scope, and purpose of the Accreditation Work Group as described in the supporting document, what shall be the criteria for selection of faculty members to participate, and who shall make the selections to the work group?

Accreditation Workgroup Supporting Document

The supporting document represents a summary of our discussion at the AS meeting of September 7th, 2022. It is the prerogative of the Academic Senate body to accept, reject, or modify any or all parts of the summary

4.   Expansion of the Academic Senate Executive Committee (ASEC), 20 min.

Shall the Academic Senate amend the Bylaws to permanently add the Equity Advocate, At Large, and Associate Faculty positions to the ASEC?

December 2, 2020 Minutes

December 16, 2020 Minutes

DISCUSSION: Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

None.

INFORMATION : Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5 p.m.

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

  •  Guided Pathways 2022-2027 Cycle – M. Long, J. Stover
  •  Faculty Hiring Procedure 4.3.2P -
  •  Academic Senate Goals for AY 2022-23
  •  DEIA Work Group recommendations
  •  Enrollment Management Report (to be followed by Discussion Item(s) – R. Holcomb
  •  District Online Committee: CVC membership – T. Jacobson and M. Oxford/L. Beach (Discussion and possible Action)
  •  SGA President’s Report
  •  Classified Senate Report
  •  Accreditation Work Group Recommendations (regular discussion items Fall-Spring of AY 2022-23)
  •  Student Equity Plan 2.0 Work Group Recommendations (Discussion and possible Action)
  •  Professional Development Coordinators Report – A. Donegan, A. Forrester (2nd report)
  •  Campus Climate and Safety (Information Item)
  •  College Council Shared Governance Reorganization – G. Durand and N. Persons (Discussion and possible Action)

September 7, 2022

LOCATION: Room 4638, Bertolini Senate Chambers, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 628 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus

ZOOM RECORDING

AGENDA (For a printable PDF of this meeting's agenda, click here.)

CALL TO ORDER: 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to nhaworth@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant. Please note that all public comments must be made in person at either the Santa Rosa Campus or Petaluma Campus locations.

MINUTES: Correction / adoption.

September 7, 2022

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA: Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

REPORTS (3:30 – 3:32)

1.   President’s Report – N. Persons, 2 min.

CONSENT : Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

None.

BREAK (3:32 – 3:37), 5 min.

ACTION (3:37 – 4:10): Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

1.    Disciplinary Overlap Process (CRC process update) – A. Foster, 13 min.

Shall the Academic Senate approve the proposed changes to the Disciplinary Overlap Process section of the Curriculum Writer’s Handbook?

Context for CRC's Disciplinary Overlap Process

CRC Discipline Overlap Process

2.    SRJC Draft Mission Statement, 20 min.

What shall be the Academic Senate's input regarding the proposed Mission statement?

BREAK (4:10 – 4:12), 2 min.

DISCUSSION (4:12 – 5:00): Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

1.    Accreditation Work Group Composition, Scope, Purpose, and Selection - R. Holcomb, 20 min.

Shall the Academic Senate (AS) approve/endorse the composition, scope, and purpose of the Accreditation Work Group as described in the supporting document, what shall be the criteria for selection of faculty members to participate, and who shall make the selections to the work group?

2.    Guided Pathways 2022-2027 Cycle – M. Long, J. Stover, 25 min.

a.    Spenddown: What shall the AS recommend as priorities for the most impactful use of currently allocated GP funds?

b.    What shall be the priorities for the next cycle of GP funding being released AY 2022-23?

c.    How shall the Guided Pathways initiative be organized going forward?

Guided Pathways: Past, Present, Future

Guidance Memo re: 2021-2022 One-time GP Funding

INFORMATION : Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

     None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5 p.m.


August 31, 2022

LOCATION: Room 145 in Doyle Library, Santa Rosa Campus ; Room 639 in the Call Building, Petaluma Campus

ZOOM RECORDING
ZOOM TRANSCRIPT

AGENDA (For a printable PDF of this meeting's agenda, click here.)

CALL TO ORDER: 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to nhaworth@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant. Please note that all public comments must be made in person at either the Santa Rosa Campus or Petaluma Campus locations.

MINUTES (3:35 - 3:40): Correction / adoption.

August 31, 2022 - Pre-Amendment

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA: Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

     None.

REPORTS (3:40 – 4:00)

1.    President’s Report – N. Persons, 5 min.

2.   Strategic Planning Update – J. Smotherman, 5 min.

3.    Expanded ASEC Pilot Project – J. Bush, 5 min.

4.   Guided Pathways: Past, Present, Future – M. Long, J. Stover, 5 min.

      Guidance Memo re: 2021-2022 One-time GP Funding

CONSENT : Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

     None.

BREAK (4:05 – 4:10), 5 min.

ACTION (4:10 – 4:35): Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

1.    ACCJC Accreditation Action Requirements – R. Holcomb, 25 min.

Shall the AS work in collaboration with the VPAA to form a work group to address Accreditation findings/requirements to ensure faculty input on matters that fall within the 10+1?

SRJC Accreditation Response Plan, 2022

DISCUSSION (4:35 – 5:00): Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

1.    Disciplinary Overlap Procedure – A. Foster, 10 min.

CRC Discipline Overlap Process

2.    Expansion of the Academic Senate Executive Committee (ASEC), 15 min.

Shall the Academic Senate amend the Bylaws to permanently add the Equity Advocate, At Large and Associate Faculty positions to the ASEC?

INFORMATION : Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

     None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5 p.m.


August 26, 2022 - Fall Retreat

LOCATION: Room 141 in Doyle Library, Santa Rosa Campus (in person only)

AGENDA (For a printable PDF of this meeting's agenda, click here.)

PRESENTATION

CALL TO ORDER: 9 a.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to nhaworth@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant.

PART ONE: WELCOME, EXPECTATIONS, RESOURCES (9 - 9:30 a.m.)

1.   Welcome, 5 min.
2.   Review Agenda, 5 min.
3.   Expectations of Senators (Senator Responsibilities), 15 min.
4.   Brief Overview of the Academic Senate Website, 5 min.

INTERACTIVE BREAK, find someone new to you and introduce yourself! (9:30 - 9:40 a.m.) 

PART TWO: EQUITY, IDEAA, AND DISMANTLING INSTITUTIONAL BARRIERS (9:40 - 10:40 a.m.)

5.   Building a Shared Definition of Equity, 20 min.
6.   IDEAA as a Tool by Which Equity Occurs, 20 min.
7.   Tools Available to Us for Achieving Our Goals, 20 min.

OUTDOOR BREAK, get some fresh air and snacks with a new friend! (10:40 - 11:00 a.m.)

PART THREE: THE YEAR AHEAD (11 a.m. - 1 p.m.)

8.   Anticipated AS Discussion/Action for the 2022-2023 Academic Year, 30 min.

a.  ACCJC Peer Review Team Report and Response
b.  Strategic Planning
c.  Institutionalizing Equity
d.  Faculty Hiring Procedure
e.  Legislative Initiatives: AB928, AB1705, etc.
f.   Professional Development
g.  District Police Update: Campus Climate and Public Safety
h.  Bylaws and Constitution Revisions
   i.  Permanent Expansion of the Executive Committee?
   ii. Disband Professional Ethics Committee(Senate Subcommittee)?
i.  Wait List Policy

YOGA/STRETCH BREAK ONE, Move, Stretch, Breathe (11:30 - 11:35 a.m.)

9.   Goal Setting for the 2022-2023 Academic Year, 60 min.
      What shall be the goals of the Academic Senate for the 2022-2023 Academic Year?

YOGA/STRETCH BREAK TWO, Move, Stretch, Breathe (12:35 - 12:40 p.m.)

10.  Questions/Comments/Takeaways from the Retreat, 20 min.

ADJOURNMENT: 1 p.m.


August 17, 2022

ZOOM RECORDING
ZOOM TRANSCRIPT 

AGENDA (For a printable PDF of this meeting's agenda, click here.)

CALL TO ORDER: 3:15 p.m.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT

OPEN FORUM: Not to exceed 3 min. per person and 10 min. per topic. Time may be extended by the President or by approval of two-thirds of Senators present. To be added to the queue for Open Forum, please fill out the Open Forum Form and submit it to the Academic Senate's Administrative Assistant before the meeting. Options for delivering your public comment include making your own statement or asking a colleague to read your statement when recognized, or emailing your statement in advance to nhaworth@santarosa.edu, to be read by the Administrative Assistant.

MINUTES (3:35 - 3:40): Correction / adoption.

August 17, 2022

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA: Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

     None.

REPORTS (3:40 – 4:10)

1.    President’s Report – N. Persons, 5 min.

2.    Expanded ASEC Pilot Project – B. Reaves, L. Aspinall, J. Bush, 15 min.

3.    Curriculum Review Committee (CRC) Process Revision  – A. Foster, 10 min.

Context for CRC's Disciplinary Overlap Process

CRC Discipline Overlap Process

CONSENT (4:10 – 4:15): Treated collectively as one Action item. Any senator may move any Consent item to the Action agenda to allow for discussion.

1.   Temporary placement of the new Ethnic Studies Department in Area 5 for Senate representation, 5 min.

Temporary placement of the new Ethnic Studies Department in Academic Senate Area 5

BREAK (4:15 – 4:20), 5 min.

ACTION : Items must come from the Discussion agenda of a previous meeting or be carried over from a previous Action agenda.

     None.

DISCUSSION (4:20 – 5:00): Following discussion, items may be moved to the Action agenda of a subsequent meeting or carried over for further discussion. A Discussion item marked as urgent* on the agenda may be placed on the Action agenda for the current meeting with approval of two-thirds of those present.

1.    *Student Equity Plan – J. Smotherman, 15 min.

Shall the Academic Senate form a work group to consider how faculty can provide input into all SEP metrics and most especially for the metric "Completed Transfer-Level Math and English”?

Student Equity Plan Presentation, August 2022

2.    ACCJC Accreditation Peer Review Team Report (PRTR) and Action Letter – R. Holcomb, 25 min.

Shall the Academic Senate form a faculty workgroup to develop a plan for responding to the ACCJC Accreditation Action Letter to facilitate achievement of the requirements of the 2022 ACCJC Action Letter of 6-14-2022?

SRJC Accreditation Response Plan, 2022

INFORMATION : Items placed on the information agenda may involve discussion, but no action will be taken.

     None.

ADJOURNMENT: 5 p.m.