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Page 2 Cheney Free Press Thursday, June 10, 1982 Academic senate reconven By Marl Perrotti gested a structure for shared govern- on those changes, merit pay plan within a discussion of voted 17-10 in favor Following the acceptance of a show of ance which gave the administration The president did say that Chairman shared governance, Faculty Organiza- suspension of operation i good faith on the part of the administra- and trustees primary responsibility in Bruce McPhaden, whose term expires tion President Jay Rea conducted an committees of the tion the Academic Senate of Eastern fiscal matters and faculty the primary next fall, has indicated he would not informal vote, which passed 20-7 in will allow the rules Washington University met Monday responsibility in academic and curri- serve another term. McPhaden, at the favor of calling for a formal vote to shared governance afternoon and voted to reconvene the cular matters. In matters of personnel, May board of trustees meeting, was reconvene the senate, academic affairs senate and allow its councils and Wallace called on the administration outspoken in his opposition to recon- Further discussion followed as sena- operate only on those .... committees to resume operations on a and faculty to reach a common posi- sideration of merit pay. tors hammered out the mechanism shared governance. strictly delineated basis, tion, based on a shared understanding Frederickson also said that "unless under which the senate would recon- Wallace, in calling :,:  |tl Thesenate, which adjourned itself on of shared governance ideals, something happens, board member vene and the param(ters of such a said, "The senate is May 3, in protest to the board of Frederickson&apos;s memo also stated the Eleanor Chase would probably take decision. Professor Wallace presented good faith to work, if it .........  trustees rejection of its merit pay administration would be willing to over the role of chairman." Board a motion calling for the senate to revert back and I .......    compromise plan, bad charged the study the issue of merit pay but that member Fred Enlow's term will also reconvene with a sole agenda of shared journment with even ' , university with a lack of good faith and "such a review should be conducted expire in fall and Frederickson said governance and the application of than I did the last time." , ,, a failure to uphold the ideals of shared concurrently with the discussions on there is some question as to whether he shared governance to the merit pay Following the decision governance among faculty, ad- shared governance. The review and will serve a second term. plan issue. The motion passed with 23 of senators adjourned " ....  < ministrators and trustees, revision of the salary plan should be in Following a discussion of the ad- voting aye, two nayes and two not October 1, 1982, when Since theadjournment, the executive accord with the procedures agreed ministration's eommittment to openly voting, discussion on  committee ofthesenatehadconducted upon in any statement on shared consider the "sticking points" of the Following the motion, the senate pay. ' : various informal meetings aimed at a governance. resolution of the problem. On June 3, During Monday's meeting Freder- i members of the faculty organization, of ickson elaborated on the statement and School News which the senate is a legislative arm answered questions raised by senators '** ': received a memo from President H. as to the trustees' willingness to re- George Frederickson stating the ad- consider the pay issue. ministration's response to the issue. "My sense is that if we come roaring The memo, which many members in, in October, insisting on a complete Medical Lake School District--The Often noted for her outstanding con- hawk Enterprises was cautiously viewed as a sign of good relook at merit pay, we will be turned district's Board of Directors will hold duct as a citizen and as an educational up for Company of faith said, "We are committed to down (by the board)...if we have their regular June board meeting on leader, the award program named were fifth of reaching a mutual understanding of discussions on shared governance and Wednesday, June 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the after her honors exceptionally capable achieve sales of over  shared governance with faculty and are we can list the differences, we can get administration office, individuals who, like Mrs. Wilson, have companies were in willing to participate in any approp- the door of the tent open...let's say if the This meeting will take the plaee of the established themselves both in aca- Sponsoring the riate forum to develop and ratify such senate moves swiftly and develops a set regularly scheduled meeting of June 22. demic and in other activities of the Alpha Kappa Psi, a an understanding. The Board of Trus- of statements on shared governance, university community, ness fraternity tees has expressed its belief in shared then merit pay could follow," he said. Mary Shields Wilson Medallion Recipients of this year's awards are: Universfty. Advisors : The fourth graders in Mrs. Reye Wentworth's class governance and its willingness to join in Frederickson also said that he could Awards--At tomorrow's centennial Stephen L. Warren, biology; Debra Enterprises were: Ellen at Sunset Elementary School recently presented a the effort to "clarify the role of the not guarantee the actions of the board, commencement at Eastern Washington Schaffner, English; Wendy Sue Hatha- leen Higday, Craig Whit b program culminating their research and study unit faculty, the administration and the When some senators expressed their University, 20 students will receive the way, math computer science; Carol forton, and Dennis Matsov [e  on famous people in hletory. Each student chose a Board in that process." concern over some stated sentiments Mary Shields Wilson Award established Fiedler, reading education; Tembra was advised by: He S U n S et's famous parson to research. As part of s Famous Frederiekson's memo also stated on the part of the board to not consider in 1981. Sundstrom, physical education; Lorna Stephanie V alerie, Dave t re People Week project, the students designed book that the administration was willing to merit pay as a future issue, the The award was designed as a tribute F jackets, mobiles and games depicting their hsrsc. Spencer, history; Wendy Mary-Jean- Hagan, and Colette Dixo amous ters. Last Wednesday the students, in coltume, discuss the issue of shared governance president said that even though the to Mrs. Frederick Wilson Jr., a mem- ette Brashear, speech pathology and Washington State WniV e People ,,o, their people end parents and students as outlined by government Professor board would have some personnel ber of the board of trustees from 1968 to Linda G. Cunningham, finance, tina M. Medeiros of Che! tried to guess their Identities. Famous people from James Wallace at an informal meeting changes in the fall, the senate should 1981. During her membership, she Other students honored include: initiated into Phi Beta ] ,p the left are: Kurt OIsen as Bobby Hull, Hobble on June 1. not "try to make any predictions or served as chairman of the board on Hideyo Hirose, mathematics; Patti J. society at Washington star Tabino as Thomas Edison, Taml Long as Leonerdo During that meeting Wallace sug- assumptions in regards to merit" based three different occasions. Whitbeck, social work; Brett Didier, Phi Beta Kappa, the n; Da Vinci, Aaron Murskeml as Sir Henry Morgan and math computer science; Mike F. New- honor society, draws its Kathy Heimbigner, standing, as Susan B. Anthony. bury, business administration; Susan from the top 10 percent of ! Legion honors students J.C]ose, chemistry;MaritaK. Brown, enrolled in the liberal arts,ll00 S theatre; Terryl Ross, commercial re- WSU faculty members creation and government; Timothy the honorary select new Shields, finance; Marc Appel, govern- vote during the spring sell Cheney Junior High School's 1982 Hartman, Daegan Duvall, Chad Flam- ment and Richard Shields, professional students' senior year. Mnelican Legion School Awards June 3 er, Tonny Weller, Chris Duenow, Todd : accounting. The WSU chapter of were presented to ninth-graders Trace man, Daegan Duvall, Chad Flamer, University of Portland-Robert Mel- oldest at any separate Vigfusson and Dan Midgley. Tony Weller, Chris Duenow, Todd : The award, voted on by the teachers, Reeves, AndyStone, LanceDahl, Philip ton, son of Robert and Jeanne Melton, university, wag founded is given out through the Cheney Ameri- Vigil, Darrin Hildenbrand, Paul : Cheney, was graduated from the uni- Medeiros is majoring can Legion Post #72. Receiving honor- Mitchell, Mike Van Parys, Glen Wilcox, versity during the 80th commencement WSU and is a 1978 able mentions were Karl Owen, Lisa Kelly Osterberg, David Eberhard, Jeff cermonies May 9 at Portland Civic High School. Schwalm, Pare DeMello, Nancy Se- King, Kristi Jayne, Patty Hendler, Auditorium. She is the daughter bright, ,]ames Higuera, Chris Glenn, Namva Chan, Celeste Gerber, Michelle Melton received a bachelor of busi- Medeiros, 721 Salnave Rd., Kurt Triplett and Trevor Vigfusson. Biladeau, Debbie Weigel, Amy Cory,  ness administration degree with an of Vincent L. Medeiros Donna Peterson, Wendy Mandarino emphasis in management. He was one Eastern Washi, Winning the Cheney American Cary Traher, Michelle Wiley, Bernice of 417 students to receive bachelor ners of the EWU Legion Post Auxiliary Unit #72 Ameri- Czech, Sabin Waits, Moira Hanes, degrees, ington Scholars Award recently announced. can Essay Contest was Jennifer Fox. Penny Anton, Heather MePhail, Diana Cheney High School--Junior Achieve- a value of a full quarter's I Jason Graham and Kevin Peterson Rhodes, Lynette Curtis, Leslie Dana, placed second and third, respectively, Tina St. Germain, Tara Mann, April ment held its 32nd Annual Banquet at university, some $314.00. m this competition, and others who Rubin, Jackie Brownfield, Marsha theRidpath Motor Inn on May 24. First The award, new this entered also received recognition. Goodwin, Rhonda Childers, Elizabeth year companies in attendance were is presented to Other top ninth graders honored by Dobbins, Becky Danielson, Sharon i Blackhawk Enterprises and Lolapa- seniors who have their teachers were: Wayne Harring- Repp, Kristi Fields and Maureen looza, made up students from Cheney ceptional academic Scott Biesecker, Bill Rounig, Randy Mansky. High School. award goes an invitatiorJ Representing Blackhawk Enter- Eastern Washington prises were students Christy Winters, Program. Mike Henry, Tom Coonelly, Deanna Named as recipients Dye, Karen Jones, and Troy Wheelock. Foundation Washin For Lolapalooza were Jennifer Jucha Awards were Cheney $alnave and Jackie Holmes. seniors: Lorna Hanes, During the awards ceremony, Black- Karen Marrs. principal Cheney Ameflcan Legion Post #72 last Thursday presented the Legion's School Award to retires Jr High .o top Junior High School students. At right, Post Commander Jess Villars presents the medallion to Trscy Vigfusson and Dan Midgley, standing between Vigfusson and Villsrs. Other top girls honored, from front left, were Pare DeMello, Karl Owen, Lisa Schwalm awards end Nancy Sebdght. Boys honored, from left, were Chris Glenn, James Higuera, Kurt Tdplett and Trsfor Vigfusson. Also pictured from the Legion are Tom Beasley, far left, and Wslly ,esrd, far right. DIET Salnave Elementary School principal Leroy Isherwood has announced his ,i..W.qlllmq retirement after 32 years of service. It: Superintendent Gale Msrrs said that even though Ishenm)od is "retiring" from fulltime education weds, he will continue in the field as s pad-tim professor at Gonzaga University, where he will teach education classes. The district is _._... Envelope clpars position, which they expect to fill by mid-July. 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