Here you will find the charge, meeting notes, and research of each Task Force Work Group. Once completed, each Work Group's draft report wil also appear here.
Task Force Work Group Chairs: Please follow the submission guidelines below to get content posted your group's tab.
Fall is now history and the TF is now fully operational. The TF Design Group has been instrumental in orchestrating the flow of activity and the overall structure of the initiative. Overall there are @ 50 volunteers who are contributing to the final outcome, and are representative of faculty, administration, and support staff. Having said that, if you can encourage more faculty participation, it would round out that segment of our constituency.
Approximately May 15th, the Task Force will need to report to the Board of Trustees. That report will be a summary of the work completed by each workgroup, written by the TF Chair, but reviewed by all TF volunteers beforehand. To do that, we are going to need to meet a few essential deadline /dates listed below (determined by the Task Force Design Group and Work Group chairs this month).
All work groups have fluid membership so that any new members are welcomed at any time by any group. Please let your colleagues know that where appropriate.
THINGS TO KNOW:
Feb. 5: TFDG/WG Chair Meeting ….. 3:30-4:30, H202
Feb. 15: Work Groups chairs send John Sheldon a list of their scheduled meetings for Spring
Feb. 26: TFDG/WG Chair Meeting …… 3:30-4:30, H202
Mar. 1: Template for Task Force Work Groups (TFWGs’) progress report submitted to TFWG Chairs by TF Chair (Sheldon)
Mar. 19: TFDG/WG Chair Meeting ……3:30-4:30, H202
April 1: TF WGs’ written progress report submitted to TF Chair for review and entry into report
April 9: TFDG/WG Chair Meeting 3:30-4:30, H202
April 14: Draft of report for Board submitted to TF WG’s for review and comment
April 22: TFWGs comments and feedback on draft report submitted to TF Chair.
April 23 (If Needed): TFDG/WG Chair Meeting…..3:30-4:30, H202
May 15: Final TF Report to Board
Examine the process of decision-making at the college and make (rational, practical, and realistic) recommendations (for improvement) to the Board of Trustees that lead to an inclusive and participatory governance process.
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