Committee: 

Date / Time: 

Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 3:15pm to 4:30pm

Location: 

U-SU Board Room

I. Organizational Items

a. Call to Order
b. Roll Call
c. Concerns from the Floor
d. Intent to Raise Questions
e. Adoption of Agenda for Thursday, November 8, 2018
 

II. Public Forum

a. This time is allotted to members of the public to address the board.
 

III. Reports (3 minutes each)

a. Vice President for Academic Governance
b. Academic Senators
c. Committee Representatives
 

IV. TIME CERTAIN (3:45-4:05 p.m) Tyler Horken, Representative from New York Times, will join the Council via Webinar and discuss potentially integrating the New York Times into academics.

V. Discussion

a. Shared Governance COP - Policy 023 - The Council will review and discuss the recent changes of the policy.
b. Institutionalizing Civic Engagement - The Council will discuss the possibility of institutionalizing civic engagement into academic curriculum.
c. VPAG Committee Report - The Council will review and discuss the content of the VPAG's committee report
 

VI. Adjournment

Download Agenda

Download Minutes

Current Chair

Jacquelyn Acosta
Vice President for Academic Governance
AttachmentSize
PDF icon SGC COP483.13 KB
PDF icon VPAG Report576.76 KB
Last modified on November 8, 2018

Regularly Meets On: 

Five Thursday's a Semester 3:15- 4:45 pm

Standard Location: 

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About Committee

The purpose and function of the Shared Governance Council (SGC) of the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) of California State University, Los Angeles.

  • A. Review, research and make recommendations on, but not limited to, Academic and Administrative policy affecting students.
  • B. Maintain active communication to the student body regarding but not limited to Academic and Administrative Affairs by creating resolutions, white papers, utilizing media outlets etc.
  • C. Work with all appropriate areas in order to ensure that genuine Shared Governance is being upheld between students, faculty, and administration. These areas include but are not limited to: ASI College Representatives, Department Chairs, Students, etc.
  • D. Create annual assessments for the student success fee and any student fee the council deems appropriate to ensure effective and ethical use of student fees.
  • E. Create assessments ascertaining the quality of service offered to students that the council finds appropriate.

What is the composition of the SGC?

Shared Governance Council membership:

  • A. Vice President for Academic Governance (VPAG) (chair, non-voting)
  • B. ASI Academic Senators (3 Undergraduates, 2 Post -Baccalaureates) (one of which shall be appointed vice-chair at the first or second meeting of the SGC)
  • C. Student Representatives appointed by the BOD to all University and Academic Senate Committees and Subcommittees
  • D. All official ASI Board members that are required to sit on a University or Academic Senate Committee or Subcommittee
  • E. Faculty Appointee (one faculty member selected by the Committee on Committees of the Academic Senate, non-voting committee advisor)
  • F. The Provost or the Provost's designee (non-voting committee advisor)
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