Faculty approves new proposal for college reorganization

April 16, 2011


Faculty approves new proposal for college reorganization

The newest proposal for college reorganization, proposed by President Robert Corrigan, has been approved by the faculty of SF State with 235.93 “yes” votes of the 380 votes cast.

The Academic Senate Executive Committee released results Friday after the week-long referendum ended Wednesday.  Corrigan and Provost Sue Rosser also asked for the advice of faculty on the proposal that would merge the current eight colleges of SF State into six.

The newest proposal has been given the highest approval rating, 62 percent, of the four restructuring options presented to faculty this semester.

  1. [...] transition occurs,” said Academic Senate Chair Shawn Whalen, referring to the college merger that received two-thirds approval by faculty and which Corrigan accepted April [...]

  2. [...] University will implement a six-college structure to take effect July 1.  The approval follows the faculty’s two-thirds approval of the latest proposal in a new referendum two weeks [...]

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