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December 13 2005

University of the Pacific
Minutes, December 13, 2005
Library Community Room
 

Call to Order: 2:05

Present: Brodnick, Byl, Cavanaugh, Frederick, Gilbertson, King, Kreitzman, Sexton, Spreer, Vierra

Not Present: Brennan, Chi, Ensign, Miller, Pearson, Perro, Royce-Davis, Sina

Special Guest:

Minutes: Minutes of the December 6 meeting were reviewed, corrected and approved.

Standing Reports:

Current Agenda Items:

University Plan Values Statements

As the University drafts its next University Plan, Brodnick presented three types of values for consideration:

    Core - Core values are behind everything we do and are rarely compromised:

  • Close student-faculty interaction
  • Personalized learning environment
  • Student centeredness
  • Passion for teaching and learning
  • Sense of community and mutual respect
  • Community engagement

    Aspirational - Aspirational values help us articulate the vision for the future:

  • Learning centeredness
  • Integration of liberal and professional learning
  • Collaborative learning
  • Teacher/Scholar Community
  • Academic distinctiveness
  • Innovativeness
  • Diversity
  • Global consciousness
  • Preparing responsible leaders
  • Lifetime learning and connection to Pacific

    Permission-to-play (Necessary) - These values must be there to successfully stay in business in higher education:

  • Financial stability and integrity
  • Safe, secure, and hospitable campus environment
  • Being accredited
  • Accountability
  • Integrity in university records
  • Meeting mandatory reporting regulations
  • Technologically current

The statements and definitions were discussed at length and recommendations for changes were made. A next draft will be shared with the group. The next area for planning focus will be the vision statement.

Next meeting: January 10, 2006, 2-4pm

Meeting adjourned at 4:08