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DOCUMENTS OF THE GENERAL FACULTY
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE FACULTY COUNCIL FOR 2004-2005
In accordance with the rules of the General Faculty, as set forth in the UT Austin Handbook of Operating Procedures, the secretary of the Faculty Council submits to the General Faculty the following report on the work of the Faculty Council from September 1, 2004, through August 31, 2005.
Beginning September 2000, all documents of the Faculty Council and General Faculty, previously indexed in the Documents and Proceedings of the Faculty Council and in the Documents and Minutes of the General Faculty respectively, have been consolidated under one numbering system in the Documents of the General Faculty.
Page references in this report are to the Documents of the General Faculty. The documents are to be indexed at the end of each academic year and made available in bound volumes in the Office of the General Faculty, and the Barker Texas History Center.
Sue Alexander Greninger, Secretary
The General Faculty
I. MEMBERSHIP OF THE FACULTY COUNCIL.
For the academic year 2004-2005, the Faculty Council consisted of 109 members, classified as shown below.
There were eight regular meetings in 2004-2005. The regular meeting of the Faculty Council in December 2004 was cancelled because there was no legislation to be discussed. The regular meetings of the Faculty Council in June, July, and August were cancelled due to the limited nature of business in the summer.
The attendance record of individual members is given in the appendix of this report.
IV. SPECIAL ORDERS — None.
V. PETITIONS — None.
VII. REPORTS FROM THE STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE GENERAL FACULTY.
VIII. REPORTS FROM SPECIAL COMMITTEES AUTHORIZED BY THE FACULTY COUNCIL.
IX. OTHER REPORTS
X. MEMORIAL RESOLUTION COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT.
XI. MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS COMPLETED.
XII. SPECIAL COMMITTEES AUTHORIZED BY THE GENERAL FACULTY — None.
XIII. SPECIAL COMMITTEES APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT.
XIV. EMERGENCY LEGISLATION.
XV. MAJOR LEGISLATION — None.
XVI. GENERAL/MINOR LEGISLATION.
XVII. LEGISLATION OF EXCLUSIVE APPLICATION AND PRIMARY INTEREST ONLY TO A SINGLE SCHOOL OR COLLEGE.
Posted on the Faculty Council Web site on August 25, 2005. Paper copies are available on request from the Office of the General Faculty, WMB 2.102, F9500.