Faculty Productivity Document

AS-2357-97/FA - January 23-24, 1997

RESOLVED: That the Academic Senate of the California State University commend those who have labored to produce the January 1997 version of the document, Public Higher Education and Productivity: A Faculty Voice; and be it further

RESOLVED: That the Academic Senate CSU urge that the attached paper, Public Higher Education and Productivity: A Faculty Voice, be used as an important basis for any further discussion of productivity and related issues; and be it further

RESOLVED: That the Academic Senate CSU forward to local campus senates the attached paper, Public Higher Education and Productivity: A Faculty Voice, to inform discussions on productivity and related issues.

RATIONALE: The issue of productivity is a crucial one for faculty and for higher education. The paper, "Public Higher Education and Productivity: A Faculty Voice," is the result of joint work of members of the senates and unions of the California State University and the State University of New York, as well as open discussions between senate members and faculty of both systems. This new version of the paper also incorporates components of the paper, "Faculty Productivity and Accountability," a document produced by the Faculty Affairs Committee of the Academic Senate CSU, and received by that body in May 1996, and elements of a more recent paper, "The New Productivity Paradigm," circulated and discussed within the Faculty Affairs Committee of the CSU Senate in Fall 1996.

APPROVED -- March 13-14, 1997



 
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