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UNL priority programs
BY UNDSEY BAKER
According to an e-mail sent
to university faculty members
from recently appointed
Chancellor Harvey Perlman,
UNLs list of priority programs is
The e-mail, sent March 8,
said the chancellor’s office was
negotiating several things. They
include allowing deans to revise
priority program decisions, pos
sibly combining programs with
common goals and, for now, not
including “infrastructure units'*
- university libraries, museums
and science facilities - in die list
When revisions are finalized,
Perlman said in the e-mail, the
Academic Senate’s Academic
Hanning Committee will review
the list before it goes to the
Board of Regents for approval
Perlman said he sent the e
mail to acknowledge the con
cerns raised by faculty members
about die list
“It’s still being tinkered
with," Perlman said. T think it’s a
good list. It’s probably not per
fect, but it’s a good start.”
Perlman said he hoped fac
ulty members had a chance to
provide accurate input at
departmental levels and at the
two sparsely attended forums
held on the issue.
“Faculty input comes in a lot
of different ways,” Perlman said.
“I hope that there was consider
able faculty input at department
and college levels that produced
Academic Senate President
Sheila Scheideler said she
. agreed faculty members" opin
ions have been heard.
She also said when the prior
ity list was finalized, it had to
remain a “working document,”
allowing for programs to be
added or dropped.
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“It can’t just be put away,"
Jim Lewis, chairman of the
senate’s Academic Planning
Committee, said his committee
would do its best to review and
make recommendations for
improvement when they got die
list, expected to be sent around
He said he thought Perlman^
e-mail was helpful
“I think Chancellor Perlman
does a good job communicating
with die faculty," Lewis said.
Merlin Lawson, dean of
graduate studies and interna
tional affairs, said he thought
faculty members have seized the
opportunity to better die univer
sity, and the list had been
received well by staff members.
. “I’m very positive about the
entire process," Lawson said.
He said he was pleased to see
three programs from his two col
leges on the list: study abroad,
museum studies and survey
research and methodology.
“As dean of international
affairs, this is one of my highest
priorities,” he said.
chairwoman of the Department
of Modern Languages and
Literatures, said she was excited
French and Spanish programs
made the list, and she appreci
ated Perlman’s “open ear.”
She said her department
could now focus on proving
other programs deserved to be
priorities as well.
"The priorities ^re well-cho
sen," Balasubramanian said.
“Now it’s up to us to make sure
all our programs are (on the
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