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Love that Debbie is in a cockpit, but facing the wrong way! Sums up the last 24-48 hours!
To piggyback on Herb’s query, this is a Faculty Senate Meeting that members of faculty/staff have joined vs. a Senate-Called Faculty Meeting?
Yes, Matt, it's an open Senate meeting.
Speaking of transparency: McClatchy has not been transparent, so we’ll never know what the candidate— or anyone else — knew, or when they knew it.
Here also was McClatchy's published explanation Sept. 20 of what happened, how it happened: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article245847625.html
This is a compilation of some of the coverage that I sent to the other senators.
However, there are core strengths that all of our finalists possess. Each has an impressive depth of knowledge on one or more College-related disciplines. Each has a strong record of executive leadership experience in large organizations. And each has a national presence that should enhance the reputation of the College.
I’m sorry. My house is a zoo at this hour. I’ll put my question here. It’s about process. Provost Glover mentioned that
There has been opportunity throughout the process to provide feedback. From a process perspective, at what points in the process should the faculty provided input?
I, too, thought they were closed meetings. We had the CVs once there were three.
I will echo that sentiment, I do not recall ever seeing invitations to search committee meetings
Agree as well.
With respect to Dr. Glover, we were told that the search was falling under the new regulations for executive searches at Universities that are not under Sunshine Law disclosures.
Did anyone receive an announcement about the search committee meetings?
I did not.
I did not
I did not.
No, no search meetings were ever announced publicly.
I did not
YEs and we do not need a motion for that, right, because we are already doing that as a special advisory committee?
Thanks to all of you!!!