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CC.02.06
February 4, 2002

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
URBANA-CHAMPAIGN SENATE

Committee on Committees
(Final - Action)

CC.02.06 Senate Approval of Nominations for the Athletic Board

BACKGROUND

The Athletic Board includes seven faculty members and one student member who are appointed by the Chancellor from nominations submitted by the Urbana-Champaign Senate. (The Chancellor also appoints one student each from nominations from the Student Athlete Advisory Board and the Illinois Student Government.) Terms of faculty ordinarily shall be four years; terms of students ordinarily shall be one year, with the possibility of reappointment for an additional year. The terms of two faculty members, Fred Giertz and Joyce Wright, and student member Leslie Ackerman, expire at the end of the annual meeting of the Athletic Board in the summer of 2002. Continuing members of the Athletic Board and the expiration of their terms are as follows:

Faculty:		Susan Cohen		CBA	2005
		Lawrence M. DeBrock	CBA	2003
		William D. O'Brien, Jr.	ENGR	2003
		Charles T. Terry		LAW	2005
		Matthew Wheeler         	ACES	2004
			

The Committee on Committees recommends approval of the following slate of nominees. (Biographical information pertaining to each nominee is attached.)

NOMINATIONS

To fill two faculty positions for terms expiring in 2006:
		Kal Alston	EDUC
		Kathleen Conlin	FAA
		David Kuehn	ALS
		Jerry Packard	LAS

To fill one student position for term expiring in 2003:
		Todd Fischer	CBA
		Brenna Webb	ALS

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES
Michael Murphy, Chair
Bruce Geryk
Ronald Peters
John Prussing
Josh St. Peters
Billie Theide
Amanda Vinicky
Emily Watts

Nominations from the floor must be accompanied by the nominee's signed statement of willingness to serve if elected. The statement shall be dated and include the name of the position to be filled. If present, the nominee's oral statement will suffice.