Senate Election Ballot

5/11/2013: Senate Elections – log in to Duckweb to vote. Elections close Friday May 17.

Given the developing disaster over Gottfredson’s refusal to engage with the faculty about shared governance, this election will be pretty important. Get your votes in. Candidate list below:

University Senate – Social Sciences
(vote for no more than 3)
Bruce McGough (Economics)
John Davidson (Political Science)
Xiaobo Su (Geography)
Jane Cramer (Political Science)
Faculty Advisory Council
College of Arts and Sciences (vote for no more than 3)
Randy Sullivan (Chemistry)
Miriam Deutsch (Physics)
Jeffrey Measelle (Psychology)
Hal Sadofsky (Mathematics)
Professional Schools (vote for no more than 3)
Alexandre Dossin (Music & Dance)
Lynn Kahle (Business)
Merle Weiner (Law)
Fritz Gearhart (Music & Dance)
Officers of Administration (vote for no more than 1)
Annie Clark (University Housing)
Roger Adkins (International Affairs)
Helen Chu (UO Libraries, Director of Academic Technology)
Andrew Verner (Lundquist College of Business)
Terrie Minner-Engle (Academic Advising)
Bill Sherman (Economics)
Lara Nesselroad (UO Libraries)
Faculty Personnel Committee
College of Arts and Sciences (vote for no more than 2)
Li-Shan Chou (Human Physiology)
Jeffrey Measelle (Psychology)
Bruce McGough (Economics)
Nicholas Proudfoot (Mathematics)
Graduate Council
College of Arts and Sciences
Natural Sciences (vote for no more than 2)
Li-Shan Chou (Human Physiology)
Sara Hodges (Psychology)
Weiyong He (Mathematics)
Professional Schools (vote for no more than 1)
Alexandre Dossin (Music & Dance)
Faculty Grievance Appeal Committee
(vote for no more than 1)
Cynthia Vakareliyska (Linguistics)
Intercollegiate Athletics Committee
College of Arts and Sciences (vote for no more than 3)
Matthias Vogel (German & Scandinavian)
Michael Price (Mathematics)
Jeffrey Measelle (Psychology)
Bill Harbaugh (Economics)
Glen Waddell (Economics)
Jennifer Freyd (Psychology)
Professional Schools (vote for no more than 2)
Chuck Kalnbach (Business)
Jennifer Ellis (Finance)
Laura Leete (AAA – PPPM)
Classified Staff (vote for no more than 1)
Kurt Krueger (Printing and Mailing Services)
Lisa Wimberely (Unclassified Personnel Services)
Jimmy Murray (UO Libraries)
Richelle Chambers Krotts (Education Studies)
Eddie B. Reynolds (Campus Operations)
Nicholas Ligett (UO Libraries)
Jeremy Doucette-Hardy (CAS)
CAS Dean’s Advisory Committee
Social Science (vote for no more than 2)
Philip Scher (Anthropology)
Anne van den Nouweland (Economics)
Humanities (vote for no more than 1)
Forest Pyle (English)
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15 Responses to Senate Election Ballot

  1. Anonymous says:

    Think carefully before voting for people from Math for these jobs. They often seem more interested in weakening faculty governance and slowing things down. For example Gilkey, and now Lin in the Senate. Sadofsky is very effective though.

  2. Oryx says:

    I can’t comment one way or the other about the previous comment. It does seem, though, like we’re voting on all these things in a vacuum. I have no idea who most of these people are, or what they think are important goals for their various committees. It would be good to have some sort of statement from each candidate. Maybe the committee on committees could consider this?

    • Anonymous says:

      You’ll have even less participation than you do now.

    • Anonymous says:

      So, we can’t ask why people are running (see above) or think about why they might be running (see below).

      Well that’s awkward.

    • Anonymous says:

      You can ask why people are running by emailing them if it’s important to you. You might actually get to know one or two of your colleagues.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bruce McGough (Economics) and Jeffrey Measelle (Psychology) seem the most eager, given how often they’ve put their names forward. I’m guessing that they are at some margin where they need to “serve,” to are likely also at some sort of administrative ass kissing margin. Not getting my vote. The most eager are rarely the people we want anyway.

    • UO Matters says:

      Bill Harbaugh (Economics) is another notorious administrative brown-noser.

    • Anonymous says:

      wow! random ad hominem snarkiness. i hope anon is volunteering him-/herself. otherwise, s/he forfeits the right to bitch.

    • UO Matters says:

      No, I think they want to be begged to serve, and then say no, and then bitch anyway. Not to be snarky.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hardly random. I appreciate the observation as we rarely put enough thought into what motivates people to run.

    • Anonymous says:

      Um, but the “observation” is not based on any knowledge of what is motivating either of the named individuals to run, merely speculating and extrapolating from there as to their views and future decisoins (“administrative ass kissing”).

      So maybe “random” wasn’t the right word. It’s an obviously uninformed, anonymous, ad hominem attack on two individuals offering to take on a heavy load of service work unremunerated. So really I should have used at least one cuss word. Very very low.

    • Anonymous says:

      Speculating and extrapolating while dragging people’s names through the mud??? Have you no decency?

  4. Old Man says:

    The UO Constitution provides a wide-open door for those who wish to serve but fail to get elected to the Senate. That marvelsus document secures the rights of all Statutory Faculty members to introduce motions and participate in Senate discussions. Shared Governance will survive if more Faculty take advantage of this opportunity to guide the university.