Senate Assembly Meeting – Bicentennial Conversation
James and Anne Duderstadt
February 20, 2016
Palmer Commons Forum Hall
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The James and Anne Duderstadt Center, formerly known as the Media Union, opened in 1996 as a special place to provide faculty and students with the tools and collaborative space for creating the future. Located on the University of Michigan North Campus, the Duderstadt Center houses the Art, Architecture, and Engineering Library, the College of Engineering Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN), the Digital Media Commons, and the Millennium Project, the building provides a nexus for creative and technological innovation across disciplines. Read more
Passed by SACUA January 30, 2017 by a unanimous vote.
The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA) expresses its strong support and appreciation of President Schlissel’s recent statement, “Protecting the interests of our international community of scholars.” We stand with the President in upholding the core values of higher education and an inclusive society.
To: President Mark Schlissel
From: Faculty, Students, and Staff at the University of Michigan
Dear President Schlissel:
In June 2012, President Barack Obama passed an immigration policy called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, an executive action that conferred renewable legal residency status on undocumented immigrants who entered the United States before the age of 16. DACA has allowed hundreds of thousands of “Dreamers” to live in the United States without fear of deportation, many of them college students. President-elect Donald Trump has threatened to repeal DACA, creating an atmosphere of deep uncertainty, anxiety, and apprehension Read more and sign
Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs (SACUA)
Committee Nominations are being accepted
The SACUA Election will be held at the March 20, 2017 Senate Assembly meeting. SACUA nominees will be posted in the Record the week prior to the meeting. If you are a U-M Faculty Senate member, see here and have served on Senate Assembly or a Senate Assembly committee during your time at the university you are eligible to run. These are three-year terms and meetings are every Monday afternoon from 3:15-5 pm during the academic year. Summer meetings may also be scheduled.
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