RESOLUTION ON THE IMPORTANCE OF UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION IN THE CHANCELLOR SEARCH
Approved by the Mānoa Faculty Senate on December 7, 2011
41 in support; 3 against; 5 abstentions
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|December 7, 2011||Final 12/07 Motion, with amendments, approved at December 7 Senate meeting.||CSA|
Resolution on the Importance of Undergraduate Education in the Chancellor Search
Undergraduate education across the spectrum of disciplines is an essential mission of the University of Hawaii at Manoa; AND
Undergraduate education needs to be sufficiently represented in the composition of the Chancellor Search Advisory Committee; AND
Colleges of Arts & Sciences faculty members need to be sufficiently represented on the Chancellor Search Advisory Committee.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED:
That the Chancellor Search Advisory Committee membership include sufficient representation from faculty members with significant responsibility for undergraduate education at Manoa, and sufficient representation from the liberal arts; AND
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED:
That a commitment to quality undergraduate education be a prime consideration for candidates considered for the office of Chancellor.