The meeting was called to order at
changes were requested to the minutes of the
Reports of the Subcommittee Chairs
Gruver - Social Sciences & Humanities
As chairman of the Social Science & Humanities subcommittee, Gruver presented the report to Council of the subcommittee's deliberations and recommendations for funding. Twenty-five proposals were submitted to the subcommittee this year. Each proposal was read and evaluated by three subcommittee members. The subcommittee recommended 16 proposals be funded -- some at a reduced level.
Yalowich reported for
Robertson -- Science and Engineering
Robertson reported that the Science and Engineering Subcommittee reviewed 17 proposals and ranked each in one of four categories: Definitely Fund, Fund if Possible, Fund if Money is Available, and Do Not Fund. Taking into consideration the Principal Investigator's rank as well as the merits of the proposal, the subcommittee recommended 11 proposals for full funding.
REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF RESEARCH -- MICHAEL CROUCH
Klinzing will share the latest version of this policy with Council at a future meeting.
Ashley will summarize the recommendations of this subcommittee regarding proposed changes to the original policy.
Klinzing will bring this draft to Council for approval.
No new business was discussed.
The meeting adjourned at
cc: Elizabeth Baranger, N. John Cooper, Gerald Holder