View Bill 14-15-37
Senate Bill 14-15-37
|Name:||Revisions to the Smith School of Business (BMGT) Plan of Organization|
|Sponsor:||Robert H. Smith School of Business (BMGT)|
|Proposal:||Section 11.1.c of the University's Plan of Organization stipulates that each College, or each School, and of the Library, and any revisions thereto, shall be filed with the Senate for approval or disapproval. The Smith School of Business (BMGT) is submitting revisions to its Plan of Organization for Senate review.|
|Decision:||The Senate approved the revised Plan of Organization.|
|Next Step:||Presidential Approval|
|Reviewed By:||Senate Executive Committee (SEC)|
|Decision:||The SEC voted to forward the proposal to the Senate for review|
|Next Step:||Senate Review|
|Reviewed By:||Elections, Representation, & Governance (ERG) Committee and Faculty Affairs Committee|
|Decision:||The ERC Committee voted to forward the revisions to the SEC for review.|
The ERG Committee began reviewing the BMGT Plan at its meeting in February 2015. The committee summarized its initial questions and concerns with the Plan and responded back to BMGT in early April 2015. ERG met with representatives of BMGT on April 24, 2015 to discuss the Plan. BMGT sent additional questions to the committee in May 2015, and the committee continued to work with BMGT in the 2015-2016 academic year. BMGT sent a revised Plan to ERG in late fall 2015. The ERG Committee reviewed the revisions in January 2016 and sent additional questions to BMGT. In February and March 2016 ERG and BMGT worked together to create a final version of the Plan. The ERG Committee approved the final version on March 26, 2016.
Faculty Affairs Committee:
The Faculty Affairs Committee (FAC) conducted its review of the APT section of the Plan in March and April 2016. After initial work conducted by a subcommittee and communication on revisions with BMGT, the full FAC reviewed a revised APT section at its meeting on April 15, 2016. The committee found that the revised APT section was in compliance with University policy, and unanimously voted to approve it.
|Next Step:||SEC Review|