48th Faculty Senate
Welcome to the 48th Senate of the Academic Council. Here you can keep up to date with Senate actions and discussions, and view all the agendas, minutes, reports, and memorial resolutions for the 2015-16 year.
Kathryn Ann Moler, Senate Chair
The 48th Senate of the Academic Council was chaired by Kathryn Moler, Professor of Physics and Applied Physics. She is an experienced participant in Stanford faculty governance, having served on the Senate, the Steering Committee, the Committee on Committees and the Committee on Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid.
48th Steering Committee of the Senate
The Steering Committee (StC) of the Senate sets the Senate agenda, confers degrees for the Summer, Autumn and Winter quarters, and serves at Administrative Sessions of the StC to review undergraduate and graduate programs on behalf of the Senate. StC members are elected each year by the Senate. Joining Chair Kathryn Ann Moler are:
Professor James Campbell, History, Vice Chair
Professor Andrew Fire, Pathology and Genetics
Professor Hank Greely, Law
Professor Susan Holmes, Statistics
Professor David Labaree, Education
Professor Susan McConnell, Biology
Professor Mark Zoback, Geophysics
Provost John Etchemendy, ex officio
Academic Secretary Hans Weiler, ex officio
Annual Academic Council Meeting
2015-16 Schedule of Meetings of Senate XLVIII
School of Law, Room 180, Thursday, 3:15pm
The Senate meets biweekly during the academic year. Senators should be aware that if special meetings of the Senate need to be scheduled, which occurs infrequently, they will be scheduled on the intervening Thursdays.
If you are a Stanford community member interested in attending a Senate meeting please contact Adrienne Emory at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Agendas and Minutes as they become available, can be viewed by clicking on the dates below:
|AUTUMN QUARTER||WINTER QUARTER||SPRING QUARTER|
10/08/15- Executive Session
Administrative Sessions of the Steering Committee on Behalf of the Senate
The Steering Committee (StC) holds administrative sessions as needed to hear routine or administrative matters that would otherwise come before the full Senate. This allows the Senate to spend more time on issues that need broader discussion and debate prior to action. All Senators are welcome to attend administrative sessions.