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1999-2000


University of Hawaii at Manoa Faculty Congress, January 26, 2000

Architecture 205

29 Senators were present:
Belinda Aquino, Barry Baker, Horst Brandes, Robert Cooney, John Cox, Thomas Craven, Agnes Fok, Donna Fukuda, Carolynn Gotay, John Haig, Emily Hawkins, Manfred Henningsen, Irvin King, William Lampe, Bruce Liebert, Linda Menton, Ralph Moberly, Jane Moulin, Joseph O'Mealy, Robert Paull, Teresita Ramos, Brent Siopes, Mary Tiles, Jane Tribble, Janice Uchida, Richard Varley, David Yount, Ming Bao Yue, Sylvia Yuen.

4 Senators were excused:
Marilyn Dunlap, Casey Jarman, Christopher Measures, Charles Mueller.

36 Senators were absent:
Iqbal Ahmed, Robert Bart, James Dator, Ernestine Enomoto, Andrea Feeser, David Flynn, Patricia Fryer, William Haning, Joel Hanna, Randall Hensley, Leonard Huff, Robert Joseph, Nanette Judd, Karl Kim, Peter Kim, Laurence Kolonel, Takeo Kudo, Edward Laws, Glenn Man, Joy Marsella, Matthew McGranaghan, Christopher Measures, John Melish, Susan Miyasaka, John Mount, Mary Pateman John Rieder, Stanley Saiki, Thomas Schroeder, Ann Sloat, Martha Staff, Robert Valliant, Frank Walton, Charles Weems, Joel Weiner, John Wendell

Administrators Present:
Thomas Bopp

Others signed in:
C. Chin, Kathryn Hoffman, Ruth Hsu, J. Silva, Lauren Menten, Jacob Huss, Halina Zaleski, Melodee Metzgen, L. Minerbi, J. Hecomovich, Scott Campbell, Barry Brennan, Sandy Davis, Heather Nyler, Clifford Todd, Charley Kinoshita, Jim Tiles, C. N. Yee, Maryann Overstreet, Niklaus Schweizer, Paul Chandler, Joy Logan, Ruth Mabanglo, Jim Manke, Emily Hawkins, Karen Jolly, Robert Ball, Carol Ferguson, Piilani Smith, Mike Garcia, James Moy, Fred Mackenzie, Loren Gautz, Francoise Arie, Barbar Polk, Esther Rodrigo, Luz Barnard

The meeting was called to order my Mary Tiles at 3:09 p.m.

1. The minutes of the November 10,1999 Faculty Congress were approved unanimously by voice vote.

2. Mary Tiles explained the resolution before the Congress and its implications. The floor was then open to debate. Eight speakers were signed up to speak prior to the meeting and 7/8 offered their opinions on the pending resolution. One individual signed up to speak did not come forward when her name was called. At this time all others wishing to speak were invited to come forward. Nine additional speakers were then heard on both sides of the resolution.

Mary Tiles thanked the Congress and the meeting was adjourned at 4:05 p.m.

Submitted by Bob Cooney