The Senate Assembly passed a motion Sept. 24 asking President Lee C. Bollinger and the Universitys executive officers to respond to five key reports the Assembly has provided for review, some more than a year old.
Reports and dates submitted include:
Senate chair Mojtaba Navvab reported that the Assembly has received no response to these items, despite repeated requests.
The approved motion states, The Senate Assembly respectfully requests that the President and executive officers respond to the attached list of issues, reports, and requests for information that Senate Assembly and SACUA have brought before them during the previous year.
Prescription Drug 2002 issues posed, questions answered
Marty Eichstadt, director of the benefits office, and Barbara Butterfield, associate vice president of human resources and affirmative action, and chief human resource officer, addressed Senate Assembly questions at the September meeting.
Chair Navvab shared requests from the Senate Advisory Committee on Academic Affairs (SACUA) to the Prescription Drug 2002 work group report. These items include:
This past summer, the Committee on the Academic Status of the Faculty (CESF) and SACUA posed a series of questions to the Prescription Drug work group. These questions and the corresponding answers are available on the Web at www.umich.edu/~sacua/rxdrugs.htm.
For more information on the Prescription Drug 2002 Benefit Proposals, visit the Web at www.umich.edu/~benefits/new/pdrug.htm.