Category Archives: Representation in Senate

Mark Jones, Actual Attendance in Queen’s Senate, 2010 and 2011: Analysis (8 February 2012)

Posted 8 Feb. 2012; corrected 16 April 2012 (the original posting under-represented   ex officio attendance for 2010). Senate attendance is not what it should be, analyses for 2010 and 2011 show.[1]  The official history of Queen’s Senate and authorities … Continue reading

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Mark Jones, The Principle of Faculty Majority (6 October 2011)

In the Queen’s Senate meeting of 27 September 2011, the Senate Operations Review Committee (SORC) moved that a new ex officio position in Senate be created for Vice-Provost Cole.  Senator Morelli asked how the addition of an administrative ex officio … Continue reading

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Mark Jones, QUFA and Queen’s Senate (9 September 2011)

As published in QUFA Voices, 9 September 2011. See also here and here. At QUFA’s 24 August 2011 General Meeting to discuss the new agreement, someone asked how Members might best combat the Administration’s will to rule at Queen’s in … Continue reading

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