Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes (Approved)

Monday, October 20, 2014

Call to Order and Introduction of Guests

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was called to order at 5:30 p.m. by Board President Mack with all members present.  Also present were College president Ron Chesbrough; Cabinet members Chris Breitmeyer, Donna Davis, Heather McDorman, Kasey McKee, Bill Strecker, and Todd Galbierz; and staff member Julie Parcel.
 
Audience members who introduced themselves were staff members Michael Dunkus, Sharon Schreiber, Al Koehler, Bob Ronkoski, and Susie Rubemeyer; faculty member and Faculty Association president William Griffin; student and Student Senate president Tiffany Ramirez; county public advocate Arnie C. Dienoff; and institutional counsel Kate Nash, who arrived after the meeting was called to order.

Pledge Of Allegiance 

Board president Mack led the Board and audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. 

Acceptance of Minutes: Regular Meeting of  September 15, 2014 

On a motion by Pundmann and a second by Cilek, minutes of the September 22, 2014, regular Board meeting were accepted as presented.

Approval of Agenda 

On a motion by Lohmar and a second by Robertson, the agenda was approved. 

Treasurer's Report – Approval to Pay Bills  

Treasurer Ehlmann presented the Treasurer’s Report.  Cash in bank $3,123,713; total investments $21,000,000; tuition and fees received to date $9,226,065; local taxes received to date $272,847; state appropriations received to date $2,519,558.  On a motion by Pundmann and a second by Lohmar, the Treasurer’s Report was accepted. 
 
On a motion by Lohmar and a second by Cilek, the Board approved payment of bills from the Operating Fund in the amount of $4,100,807.

Student Senate Report

Student Senate president Tiffany Ramirez reported the following:

  • The group recently welcomed three new senators.
  • A constitution committee has been formed and will begin review of the current senate constitution to see whether changes should be made.
  • A social media officer position will be created for Student Senate for the first time this year.
  • The bonfire event held for the past two years will now be an annual event.
  • A new format for meetings was recently implemented. Senate meetings will now include a “did you know?” feature in which various areas of the institution present information about the services they provide for students.

Faculty Association Report

Faculty Association president William Griffin reported the following:

  • Lauren Dickens (Economics) shared a typical day in the classroom. The following problem was recently presented to her Principles of Macroeconomics students: 
    • Imagine the following scenario: you have finished your degree and landed a job and have begun to establish your career. Let’s further assume that you are supporting a family. 
    • On your way home from work one day you hear a report on NPR, economic activity has slowed down, production has fallen, fewer jobs were added last month – if this trend persists for 2 consecutive quarters, the economy will officially be in a recession. Given the scenario above, and the assumption that you are rational, what do you do?

I usually start the class with the following quote from Abe Lincoln: “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.” I quote Lincoln often – and other figures from history and pop culture – that students don’t typically associate with Econ. I think it challenges them to see the principles in play outside of the classroom. I offer the “hypothetical” scenario above. Without prompt, I let the class tell me the following:

    • Even a successful person is not immune to a recession.
    • If this were me, I would start saving money and spending less.
    • But if I am spending less, and others are behaving the same way, businesses won’t produce as much. 
    • If businesses don’t produce as much, they don’t need as many employees.
    • That may lead to more unemployment and even less production. 
    • Did we just cause the recession? 

I let that sit with them for a minute or two. From there, I ask them to think about what would happen if the report on NPR asserted that inflation was looming. I let the class tell me that they would spend now, before prices rose, and that their spending might outpace available supply, causing upward pressure on prices. At this point in the class, I will celebrate how “easy” that rationale was and introduce different policy approaches stemming from classical, Keynesian, and Monetarist theories. 

  • Sylvia Bane Malta (Human Services) is working with students on an event in which they will participate next month. This will be the second time that SCC and Calvary have partnered to present an enjoyable and educational evening for families served by local food pantries. In addition to a delicious and nutritious dinner created with common items provided by pantries, the event will include demonstrations on how to create tasty, healthy, and economical meals. Additionally, there will be games, prizes, and a separate children’s program. 
  • Steve Randoll has signed a book contract with Kendall-Hunt Publishers.  The book is a textbook in U.S. History since 1877 and is untitled as yet.  The final manuscript is due to the publisher’s senior project coordinator on June 15, 2015.
  • A panel discussion related to events in Ferguson, MO, drew a standing room only crowd recently in the SSB auditorium.  A video of the panel as well as links to download the PowerPoints and handout: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZYyetV0prsTgaFjb7VG0mmmNuv0tdOn8
  • Ron Pettus’ State & Local Government class recently attended a cold case murder trial in which the latest in DNA technology was used as evidence in a 30-year-old murder of an 85-year-old woman. The DNA was processed by the St. Charles County Sheriff's office, and the accused was found guilty. Two weeks later, students visited the Sheriff's crime labs where the DNA evidence was processed and spoke to the scientist who processed the DNA and testified. The group also saw the SWAT team and bomb disposal squad.
  • On October 24, Ron Pettus’ class is sponsoring a naturalization ceremony for 40 new citizens and their families. The Chamber Choir will perform under the direction of Gene Ditch; the color guard and security will be provided by the SCC Department of Public Safety; visuals and audio will be provided by Bob Gill; and the class will hold a small reception afterward. In excess of 200 people are expected to attend. The event is part of the new Service Learning Initiative.
  • Denise McCracken was recently elected chair of MCGE (Missouri Consortium for Global Education), a group sponsored by MCCA. 
  • Joyce Lindstrom (Math) attended the Singapore Math Global Forum held in Washington, DC, and presented by Marshall Cavendish Publishers. The forum focused on the Singapore Math instructional philosophy of “concrete, pictorial, abstract” and the necessity of professional development of teachers. Home countries of attendees of the forum included Botswana, Egypt, England, Singapore, and Trinidad. 
  • William Griffin (Archaeology) reported that periodically students send him photos of rocks, along with questions that he always tries to answer politely. While this seems specific to archaeology, he thinks the communication represents the longer term obligations all faculty members have to their current and former students. Teaching creates those commitments, and those time requirements can become a big part of their job that doesn’t always show up elsewhere. Faculty obligations to students don’t end with the end of the semester. And the longer they teach, the more former students they have who call on them in different ways. It’s an accomplishment to deal with those ever-increasing obligations.

Audit Report – Action

On a motion by Pundmann and a second by Cilek, the Board accepted the Audit Report for fiscal year 2014 as presented at the September 22, 2014, Board meeting.

Report of the College President  

Dr. Chesbrough presented highlights from his monthly report, which can be found at http://www.stchas.edu/about-scc/presidents_message/.

Public Comments 

Board president Mack called for public comments. No comments were made.

Board Policies and Procedures Manual Revision – Review

P-439 Withdrawal

Information on P-439 Withdrawal was presented to the Board, and action will be requested at the December 1, 2014, regular meeting. The revision includes the addition of timelines for 5-week and 10-week courses for the recently approved provision in which students can be administratively withdrawn from courses due to lack of attendance.

Board Policies and Procedures Manual Revision  – Action

P-825 Social Media Use

On a motion by Ehlmann and a second by Lohmar, the Board approved the addition of policy P-825.0 Social Media Use to the Board Policies and Procedures Manual. The new policy was created to provide guidance for employees using social media to represent or connect with the College.

Agreement between St. Charles Community College and St. Charles Community College Foundation – Action

On a motion by Lohmar and a second by Robertson, the Board approved a formal agreement between St. Charles Community College and the St. Charles Community College Foundation which documents the duties and responsibilities of both parties.

Award of Bids – Action

Chiller Panel Upgrade

On a motion by Lohmar and a second by Cilek, the Board approved the purchase and installation of the AdaptiView Chiller Control Panel Upgrade in the amount of $27,975.00 from Trane US, Inc., Fenton, MO, to replace the control panel on Chiller #3. Funding Source: FY/15 Maintenance & Repair Plan (50% state reimbursed)

Contract for Group, Voluntary Life and AD&D Insurance Plans for Eligible Employees and their Eligible Dependents

In discussion related to the above bid, Pundmann requested the insurance industry rating for the company recommended for contract. Information will be gathered and relayed to the Board, and approval will be sought via email communication. An official motion, second, and majority vote will be documented at the next regular meeting. Information related to the potential contracted company, amount awarded, and funding source is as follows: Reliance Standard Life Insurance Co, St. Louis, MO, for a period of three years in an estimated annual amount of $19,258.02 for Group, Voluntary Life, and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) insurance plans for eligible college employees and their eligible dependents. Funding Source: Current Operating – Employee Benefits

Closed Session

On a motion by Pundmann and a second by Ehlmann, the Board voted to adjourn into Closed Session as allowed by RSMo 610.021.1 and 610.021.3 to discuss the following: (1) Legal actions, causes of action or litigation involving a public governmental body and any confidential or privileged communications between a public governmental body or its representatives and its attorneys; and (3) Hiring, firing, disciplining or promoting of particular employees by a public governmental body when personal information about the employee is discussed or recorded. 
 
A roll call vote was taken and the following “AYE” votes were cast:  Ehlmann, Lohmar, Pundmann, Mack, Cilek, and Robertson.  The Board adjourned into Closed Session.

After discussion in these areas, on a motion by Lohmar and a second by Ehlmann, the Board voted to reconvene into Open Session.  A roll call vote was taken and the following “AYE” votes were cast: Ehlmann, Lohmar, Pundmann, Mack, Cilek, and Robertson.  The Board reconvened into Open Session.

Personnel Recommendations – Action

On a motion by Ehlmann and a second by Robertson, the Board approved the following personnel list:

Full-Time New and Replacement Hires

  • Alderman, Andrew (FAC) Maintenance Assistant
  • Brenner, Richard (AS) Housekeeper

Full-Time Changes

  • Davison, Tim (TOL) Academic Network Administrator to Network Operations Manager
  • Lansdowne, Jennifer (ENS) Associate Dean of Enrollment Services to Dean of Academic Counseling & Transfer Services
  • Legate, Brian (ENS) Enrollment Services Systems & Project Manager to Recruitment & Assessment Manager
  • McDorman, Heather (MAC) VP for Marketing & Communications to VP for Enrollment & Marketing Services
  • Munson, Ben (MAC) Associate Director of Marketing & Communications to Director of Creative Services
  • Pfeiffer, Kelley (SDV) Student Activities Manager to Associate Dean of Student Success
  • Smith, Mandi (SDV) Student Activities Coordinator to Manager of Student Activities
  • Wesley, Ryan (FAC) Lead Housekeeper to Housekeeper

Full-Time Separations

  • Wolgast, Larry (NECC) Education Supervisor – NECC (retiring)

Part-Time New and Replacement Hires

  • Bailey, Gary (MSB) Adjunct Faculty
  • Blackburn, Jared (ACE) Work Study
  • Brady, Mackenzie (LRC) Work Study
  • Citchen, Fred (FAC) PB Lead Housekeeper
  • Engle, Ed (AHS) Adjunct Faculty
  • Espinoza, Maria (ACE) Student Assistant
  • Grafos, Gina (AHS) Adjunct Faculty
  • Hamm, Sheila (FAC) Housekeeper
  • Hogan, McKayla (MSB) Student Assistant
  • Luke, Sharra (CDC) Assistant Teacher
  • Narup, Michele (AHS) Adjunct Faculty
  • Rickles, Elaine (AHS) Adjunct Faculty
  • Saville, Lisa (ACE) Student Assistant
  • Seideman, Michael (CCD) PB Con Ed Instructor II
  • Turner, Ronald (CCD) PB Con Ed Instructor II

Part-Time Changes

  • Hall, James (MSB) Student Assistant to Educational Aide
  • Osborn, Rebecca (AS) Public Safety Officer/Dispatcher to Police Officer
  • Veal, Donald (FAC) Floor Care Specialist to PB Housekeeper

Part-Time Separations

  • Mintert, Anthony (AHS) Student Assistant
  • Thurston, Sheri (CDC) Childcare Worker

Faculty Emeritus, Adjuncts, and Staff Who Teach as a Secondary Assignment for Fall 2014 (As Reported by Academic and Student Affairs As Of 10/8/14)

  • Abate O'Dell, Jennifer (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Adkins, Deborah (RDG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Akihiro, Pamela (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Akins, Cassie (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Al Albani, Laura (ARB) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Alameda, Andrea (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Albert, Melissa (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Alverson, Sarajane (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Amor, Abdelouahab (CPC) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Anderson, Scott (SPE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Andrzejewski, James (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Archer, Donna (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Aubuchon, Fay (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Aubuchon, Rachel (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Bagley, Mary (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Bahr, Randy (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Bahram ahi, Kimia (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bauer, Beth (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Beardsell, Kathleen (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Beck, Randall (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Becker, Roger (GEO) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Benedick, Kristi (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Bequette, Amanda (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Berg, Kelly (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Berg, Stephen (CPC) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Berry, Hal (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Bilow, Mercedes (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Binsbacher, William (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Blake, Diane (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Blood, Adelina (ESL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Bloss, Larry (CPC) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bocci Givens, Barbara (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Boehmer, Kelly (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bono, Tracy (THE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Book, Wayne (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Bookstaver, John (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bourgeade, Lisa (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bowling, George (ECO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bowman, Jonathan (PHL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Boxerman, Larry (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Boyd, Jessica (PHL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Boyd, Thelma (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Brand, Lindsay (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Brandt, James (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Brasher, Emily (SPE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Braun, Timothy (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Breitmeyer, Alane (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Brown, David (CDM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Brown, Douglass (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Brueggeman, Stephanie (MUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Brunk, Lisa (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bruns, Kevin (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bulan, James (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Bunze, Victor (PHY) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Butler, Lisa (SOC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Caldwell, Scott (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Campo, Jill (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Candice, Christopher (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Carter, Miranda (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Choate, Carmen (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Christiansen, Steven (SOC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Claspill, Stacey (ESL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Claybon, Tina (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Clemons, Kristin (CDC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Coaker, Melissa (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Coffman, John (NUR) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Coker, Kathryn (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Conerton, Mary (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Conoyer, Daniel (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Copher, Renee (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Corbin, Gary (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Coria, Rocio (SPN) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Cox, Jeffrey (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Crews, Lois (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Curry, Mary (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Daniel, Michael (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Daugherty, Lloyd (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Daugherty, Seth (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Daugherty, Virginia (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Davania, James (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • David, Jeffrey (COL) `Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • David, Rebecca (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Davis, Joseph (POL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Davis, Lisa (POL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Davis, Philip (CDM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • De Los Santos, Tammie (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Dent, Thomas (ACT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Derenski, Stephanie (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Dettmer, Eric (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Dickerman, Alyson (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Donaldson, Jeffrey (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Doyel, Shaughnessy (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Drews, Kathy (CDC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Droegkamp, Theresa (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Edelen, Vitina (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Evans Schoenecker, Laurie (HMS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Fairchild, Sharon (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Farrar, Cathy (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Farwig, Phyllis (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Fazio, Flora (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Fellhauer, Mark (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Finders, Leslie (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Finnegan, Michael (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Frahm, Lorna (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Franke, Amanda (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Freedline, Nadine (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Freund, Lisa (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Friedeck, Susan (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Galbierz, Todd (ACT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Galli, Phillip (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Galloy, Joseph (ANT) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • George, Karen (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Gianino, Kevin (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Gibbons, Lawrence (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Gifford, Yvonne (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Green, Carol (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Griffith, Anne (ANT) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Gubany, Debra (SPN) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Gustafson, Susan (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Hacker, Thomas (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Haferkamp, Deberah (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Hagen, Stacey (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Hahn, Tim (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Halel, Denise (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Hanser, Kirk (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Happe, John (POL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Harper, Gabriel (POL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Harvey, Karen (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Hatch, Lance (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Haupt, Erin (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Haupt, Stephen (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Hauser, Deborah (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Heidbrink, Paul (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Heitmann, Kimberly (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Hembrough, Suzanne (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Higgins, Donna (SPE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Hinkel, Sandra (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Hoffmann, Craig (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Hollingsworth, David (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Hollowood, Carolyn (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Hollrah, Brenda (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Holmes, Raymond (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Holtz, Christine (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Hopkins, Tamberly (ACT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Horan, Thomas (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Horner, Mary (SPE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Horvath, Ryan (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Huck, Richard (GEO) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Jehle, Jeffrey (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Johnson, Margaret (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Johnson, Richard (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Jones, Leon (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Jones, Wayne (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Kalinowski, Robert (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Kappauff, Daron (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Keniston, Steven (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Kinsler, Lisa (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Kiser, Brenna (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Klem, Alice (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Knobloch, Christian (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Koch, Yvonne (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Koechig, Joan (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Koehler, Amy (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Koviak, Virginia (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Kuelker, Jamie (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • LaFata, Thomas (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Land, Sarah Marie (FRN) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Lapointe, James (CPC) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Larson, Lisa (CDC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Lawrence, Wendy (CMM) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Levine, Rebecca (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Li, Ying (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Lindsay, Daniel (PHY) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Lowry, Charles (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Mahnken, Aaron (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Maldonado, Emilio (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Manes, Jennifer (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Martin, Mary (ACT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Martin, Misty (RDG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Matusiak, Daniel (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • McCollum, James (PHL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • McCracken, Joann (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • McCulley, Jessica (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • McKiddy, Gary (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • McShane, Rachel (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Meeks, J (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Meyer, Pamela (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Meyer, R, Matthew (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Meyers, Janelle (CDC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Miller, Gregory (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Mills, Stephanie (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Mitchell, Metra (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Moberly, Jonathon (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Moffitt, James (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Morse, Robert (GEO) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Mounce, Francis (CPC) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Moyer, Keith (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Mulherin, Debra (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Murphy, Russell (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Murray, Catherine (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Myers, John (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Nash, Diana (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Neels, Mark (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Neustaedter, Kevin (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Newsham, Barbara (ACT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Niehoff, Jennifer (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Nolte, Richard (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Northrop, Shane (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Nunn, Bethany (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • OBrien, Kathy (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • O'Hallaron, Dorrit (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Olson, Mark (CDM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Ortega, Allyse (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Owen, Thomas (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Owens, Charles (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Papageorge, Diane (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Patton, Kevin (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Pearson, Jasen (ACT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Pennington, Kacey (THE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Perry, Andrew (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Peterson, Barbara (ANT) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Peterson, Dorothy (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Pfeiffer, Kelley (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Philippone, Caroline (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Phillips, Deborah (THE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Pittman, Nancy (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Powers, Tracy (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Price, Terrance (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Quest, Ned (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Rardin, Paula (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Ratino, Kathlyn (SPE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Renschen, Patrick (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Reynolds, Cindy (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Richardson, Carol (COM) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Ritter, Linda (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Rodgers, Thomas (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Rose, Kristy (RDG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Ross, Bradley (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Runde, David (COL) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Runge, Douglas (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Ryan, Kimberley (SPE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Saccavino, Alex (THE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Sadich, Michael (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Sage, Clarice (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Schantz, Rebecca (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Schatz, Mark (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Schippers, Julie (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Schnurbusch, John (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Schoonover, Kelly (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Schroeder, Carolyn (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Schuermeyer, James (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Schwandt, Tomi (POL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Schwepker, John (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Scott, Staci (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Scott, Timothy (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Seidenstricker, Rachel (NPN) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Seiter, Lorraine (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Sheppard, Mark (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Sherman, Elizabeth (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Shivers, Mereadith (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Shuecraft, Steven (SOC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Sides, Matthew (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Simmons, Elizabeth (RDG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Smith, Ryan (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Smith, Stacie (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Sotraidis, Sandra (SPE) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Spoede, Sharon (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Spore, Terese (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Staiger, Shauntae (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Starkey, James (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Steers, James (SPN) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Stein, Debra (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Steineger, Joseph (PHL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Stock, Lori (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Stowers, Janelle (RDG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Strauss, Gregory (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Strautz, Kathy (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Strodtman, Cynthia (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Struebing, Meredith (ESL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Sullivan, Barbara (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Sweetin, Mary (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Swett, Rebecca (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Tamaroff, Emmanuelle (FRN) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Tarnowski, Knut (GRM) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Terhune, Robert (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Thomas, Elaine (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Thompson, Marcia (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Thorburg, Risa (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Thorn, Becky (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Triplett, Melissa (CHM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • True, Carolbeth (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Tucker, Kenneth (CPM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Turnage Ferber, Jacqueline (RDG) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Valenti, Mary (EDU) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Van Mierlo, Anne (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Vaughn, Kieran (CDM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Vaughn, Kimberlee (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Venn, Richard (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Vest, Jennifer (RDG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Viviano, Christine (OTA) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Vogelpohl, Cassie (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Volshteyn, Semyon (PHY) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Wacker, Susan (OTA) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Waitman, Grace (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Walker, Peggy (CPM) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Walsh, Sarah (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Wamsley, Allan (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Warren, Eric (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Warren, Pamela (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Watts, Cheryl (BAS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Weber, Kathryn (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Webster, Christina (SOC) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Wegmann, Matthew (ECO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Weitkamp, Sandra (HMS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Werdes, Mary (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Wexler, Breanna (PSY) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Whetsell, Loren (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • White, Amy (BIO) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • White, Edward (PHY) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • White, Jamie (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • White, Lawrence (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Williams, Mark (HIS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Williams, Ronald (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Williams, Scott (BUS) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Williams Brown, Erika (GDS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Willott, Steven (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Wilson, Kevin (ART) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Winfield, Daniel (MUS) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Witt, Wilda (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Womack, Rosalia (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Wombacher, Richard (MAT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Wood, Charles (CPT) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Woodfin, Kurt (CRJ) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Woodruff, Barbara (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Wright, Paul (PHE) Math, Sci, Bus, Comp Sci & Phy Edu
  • Wright Robinson, Erica (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Young, Angelia (COL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Young, Kristin (NUR) Nursing & Allied Health
  • Zavediuk, Nicholas (PHL) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Zlotopolski, Catherine (ENG) Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Other

No additional items were discussed.

Comments from Board Members

Board members had no additional comments.

Next Regular Meeting

The next regular meeting of the Board of Trustees is scheduled on Monday, December 1, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. in the Board Room.

Adjournment

On a motion by Cilek and a second by Lohmar, the meeting adjourned at 6:30 p.m.