QUESTIONS FORWARDED PENDING RESPONSES

October 2, 2014

QUESTIONER: DATE ASKED: FORWARDED TO:
Anonymous September 4, 2014 Shari Shuman, Vice President

Administration & Finance

QUESTION SYNOPSIS:
Has UNF revisited the tuition benefit policy for spouses and faculty members?

 

Written Responses to Questions

 

QUESTIONER- I:  DATE ASKED:  WRITTEN RESPONSES: 
Scott Hochwald May 15, 2014 Everett Malcolm, Chair

2013-14 Parking Advisory Council  

QUESTION SYNOPSIS-I:

“There are two business models out there – the Jaguar one and the Wal-Mart one. And I’d like the parking services to be the Jaguar one, as opposed to the Wal-Mart one, so that when the premium spaces go on sale, that if you have one of those, especially if you’re faculty and staff, you get the invitation to keep it, as opposed to being told, ‘You have 30 minutes to get online, buy it, and if you don’t make it, you can park way away.’ I’ll let you know I didn’t make it; I’m late all the time; and if I’m serving on any committee with you, I will be later.”   

QUESTIONER - II: DATE ASKED: WRITTEN RESPONSES:
Michelle DeDeo September 4, 2014 Albert Colom, Associate Vice President Enrollment Services  
QUESTION SYNOPSIS-II:
A question regarding dual enrollment; she would like to know what is happening with dual enrollment and raised a concern that UNF is missing out on good students, particularly from other counties, because there is not a policy in place.
QUESTIONER - III: DATE ASKED: WRITTEN RESPONSES:
Michelle DeDeo September 4, 2014 Dr. Alan Harris, co-chair
2013-2014 Faculty Enhancement Comte

(additional response)  
QUESTION SYNOPSIS-III:

A request asked the written feedback from the Faculty Enhancement Committee regarding the applications that are not awarded funding, in order for the faculty to understand how to improve their applications.

  

QUESTIONER - IV: DATE ASKED: WRITTEN RESPONSES:
Peter Magyari September 4, 2014 Dr. Michael Bovenzi, Chair

2014-15 Academic Programs Comte   

QUESTION SYNOPSIS-IV:
A question for the AP Committee and CIRT. Dr. Magyari thanked the APC committee for the online tutoring guide and noted that it was a big help in preparing APCs. He asked if it was possible for APC to partner with CIRT to work with faculty to make sure forms are correct the first time they are submitted to avoid delays?

 

QUESTIONER - V: DATE ASKED WRITTEN RESPONSES:
Anonymous September 4, 2014 Earle Traynham, Interim Provost &   Vice President for Academic Affairs
QUESTION SYNOPSIS-V:
This past June the University received an email message from a visiting instructor from the College of Computing, Engineering, & Construction Management, who was frustrated with the re-hiring process. Though we all probably agree that his method to communicate his frustrations was inappropriate, this does not mean that we should ignore his message. Visiting instructors throughout campus face job insecurity and a lack of opportunity. Some have suffered in this position for many years. Is anyone looking at this?

QUESTIONER - VI: DATE ASKED: WRITTEN RESPONSES:
Matthew Corrigan January 9, 2014 Jay Coleman

Interim Associate Provost 

Marianne Jaffee 

Executive Assistant to Provost  

QUESTION SYNOPSIS-VI:

“I think it would be helpful, since we’re doing a new ISQ method, which we see if there are any differences between going totally online and what we did before, in terms of response rates, in terms of means on particular questions, in terms of demographics of students who are answering the questions. So, when you get a chance, could you try to make those comparisons, maybe from last fall – you know, the previous fall? That would be helpful. Thanks.”


 

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