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					ATTACHMENT 1. A LIST OF ALL ACCREDITED PROGRAMS, NAME OF
              ACCREDITING AGENCY, AND DATE OF LAST REVIEW

ATTACHMENT 2   SAMPLE ED.D. CURRICULUM SEQUENCE WITH COURSE
               TOPICS BY YEAR

ATTACHMENT 3   MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY
               OF LOUISIANA AT LAFAYETTE AND SOUTHEASTERN
               LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY

ATTACHMENT 4   ROSTER OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF – SOUTHEASTERN
               LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY AND UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA –
               LAFAYETTE

ATTACHMENT 5   BUDGET FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF THE PROGRAM

ATTACHMENT 6   COPY OF MOST RECENT FINANCIAL AUDIT AND
               MANAGEMENT LETTER

ATTACHMENT 7   LETTER FROM THE LOUISIANA BOARD OF REGENTS
               INDICATING AUTHORIZATION TO OFFER THE ED.D
               PROGRAM

ATTACHMENT 8   LOUISIANA BOARD OF REGENTS

ATTACHMENT 9   RULES AND POLICIES OF THE LOUISIANA BOARD OF
               REGENTS

ATTACHMENT 10 EXAMPLE OF BOARD MINUTES

ATTACHMENT 11 ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

ATTACHMENT 12 THE UNIVERSITY’S STRATEGIC PLAN -- VISION 2005
              (EFFECTIVE AY 2001 THROUGH AY 2006)

ATTACHMENT 13 LOADS AND DUTIES OF FACULTY TEACHING WITHIN THE
              PROGRAM

ATTACHMENT 14 TABLE OF CONTENTS OF SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA
              UNIVERSITY’S FACULTY HANDBOOK

ATTACHMENT 15 TABLE OF CONTENTS OF SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA
              UNIVERSITY’S STUDENT HANDBOOK

ATTACHMENT 16 SUMMARY OF OBJECTIVES/STUDENT OUTCOMES IN ED.D.
              DEGREE PROGRAM COURSES
                           ATTACHMENT 1
 A LIST OF ALL ACCREDITED PROGRAMS, NAME OF ACCREDITING AGENCY,
                     AND DATE OF LAST REVIEW

Degree          Program                  Accrediting Agency           Date of
                                                                       Last
                                                                      Review
BS       COMPUTER SCIENCE    Accreditation Board for Engineering     2004
                             and Technology
M ED     CURRICULUM AND      National Council for Accreditation of
         INSTRUCTION         Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
M ED     EDUCATIONAL         National Council for Accreditation of
         LEADERSHIP          Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA       SPECIAL EDUCATION - National Council for Accreditation of
         MILD/MODERATE       Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
M ED     SPECIAL EDUCATION   National Council for Accreditation of
                             Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA       SPEECH, LANGUAGE    National Council for Accreditation of
         & HEARING           Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
M ED     COUNSELOR           National Council for Accreditation of
         EDUCATION           Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BS       ELEMENTARY          National Council for Accreditation of
         EDUCATION GR 1-6    Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
MAT      ELEMENTARY          National Council for Accreditation of
         EDUCATION GR 1-6    Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BS       MIDDLE SCHOOL       National Council for Accreditation of
         EDUCATION GR 4-8    Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BS       EARLY CHILDHOOD     National Council for Accreditation of
         ED GR PK-3          Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
MAT      SPECIAL Education   National Council for Accreditation of
                             Teacher Education                       04/2002
MAT      SECONDARY           National Council for Accreditation of
         EDUCATION GR 7-12   Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA       ART EDUCATION-      National Council for Accreditation of
         GRADES 7-12         Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA       ENGLISH EDUCATION National Council for Accreditation of
         GRADES 7-12         Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BS       FAMILY/CONSUMER     National Council for Accreditation of
         SCI ED GR 7-12      Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BS       MATHEMATICS         National Council for Accreditation of
         EDUCATION GR 7-12   Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BMED     MUSIC EDUCATION     National Council for Accreditation of
                             Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA       KINESIOLOGY         National Council for Accreditation of
                             Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
MA     HEALTH AND           National Council for Accreditation of
       KINESIOLOGY          Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BS     SCIENCE EDUCATION-   National Council for Accreditation of
       GRADES 7-12          Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA     SOCIAL STUDIES ED    National Council for Accreditation of
       GR 7-12              Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA     FRENCH EDUCATION-    National Council for Accreditation of
       GRADES 7-12          Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BA     SPANISH EDUCATION-   National Council for Accreditation of
       GRADES 7-12          Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
BS     SPEECH EDUCATION     National Council for Accreditation of
       GRADES 7-12          Teacher Education                       04/ 2002
AAS    INDUSTRIAL           National Association of Industrial
       TECHNOLOGY           Technology                              11/ 2003
BS     INDUSTRIAL           National Association of Industrial
       TECHNOLOGY           Technology                              11/ 2003
BS     FAMILY AND           American Association of Family and
       CONSUMER             Consumer Sciences                       3/2004
       SCIENCES
BS     ATHLETIC TRAINING    Joint Review Committee on               10/2002
                            Educational Programs in Athletic
                            Training
BS     CHEMISTRY            American Chemical Society               2004

BA     SOCIAL WORK          Council on Social Work Education        6/2004
BM     MUSIC                National Association of Schools of
                            Music                                   2003
MMUS   MUSIC                National Association of Schools of
                            Music                                   2003
MS     COMMUNICATION        American Speech-Language-
       SCIENCES &           Hearing Association                     12/1998
       DISORDERS
BS     NURSING              National League for Nursing
                            Accrediting Commission                  10/2000
MSN    NURSING (PRIMARY     National League for Nursing
       CAMPUS)              Accrediting Commission                  10/2001
BA     MANAGEMENT           American Assembly of Collegiate
                            Schools of Business                     04/2002
BA     GENERAL BUSINESS     American Assembly of Collegiate
                            Schools of Business                     04/2002
MBA    BUSINESS             American Assembly of Collegiate
       ADMINISTRATION       Schools of Business                     04/2002
BS     ACCOUNTING           American Assembly of Collegiate
                            Schools of Business                     04/2002
BS   FINANCE     American Assembly of Collegiate
                 Schools of Business               04/2002
BA   MARKETING   American Assembly of Collegiate
                 Schools of Business               04/2002
                         ATTACHMENT 2
  SAMPLE ED.D. CURRICULUM SEQUENCE WITH COURSE TOPICS BY YEAR

                          YEAR ONE (Total 11-16 Credit Hours)

SEMESTER RESEARCH LEADERSHIP INSTRUCTIONAL                      PRACTICUM       Total
              CORE    CORE     LEADERSHIP                                       Credit
                                CORE and                                         Hrs.
                              specializations
FALL 2006 EDF 800  EDL 810                                      EDL 920         7
          Intro to Leadership                                   Practicum I
          Research Theory                                       Intro. to
          Design                                                Action
                                                                Research
SPRING      EDF 801          EDL 811         EDL 830                            9
2007        Writing for      Mgt. of         Leadership
            Research         Educational     Of Curriculum
                             Orgs.           Theory & Design

                      YEAR TWO (Total 18-21 Credit Hours)

SEMESTER RESEARCH LEADERSHIP INSTRUCTIONAL                      PRACTICUM       Total
           CORE       CORE         LEADERSHIP                                   Credit
                                     CORE and                                    Hrs.
                                  specializations
SUMMER            EDL 812        EDL 831                        EDL 930         7
2007              Supervision in Critical Analysis              Practicum II
                  Educational    of Research on                 Organization
                  Settings       Effective                      al Analysis &
                                 Educational                    Problem
                                 Practice                       Solving

                                             EDL 840
                                             Change Theory
FALL 2007   EDF 802           EDL 823        EDL 832                            9
            Quantitative      Fiduciary      Educational
            Research          Management     Evaluation
            Methods           of Educational
                              Organizations
SPRING      EDF 803           EDL 820        Specialization                     9
2008        Qualitative       Ethics & Law   Course 1
            Research
            Methods
                    YEAR THREE (Total 21-24 credit Hours)

SEMESTER RESEARCH LEADERSHIP INSTRUCTIONAL                   PRACTICUM     Total
            CORE     CORE      LEADERSHIP                                  Credit
                                CORE and                                    Hrs.
                              specializations
SUMMER   EDL 821             Specialization                  EDL 940        7
2008     Politics &          Course II                       Practicum III
         Community                                           Implement. &
         Relations                                           Administration
                                                             of
            EDL 822                                          Organizational
            Policy                                           Improvements
            Devel.
            & Analysis
FALL 2008   EDF 900        ETEC 812         Specialization                 9
            Doctoral       Leadership &     Course III
            Dissertation   Emerging
            Seminar I      Technologies
SPRING      EDF 990        EDL 841                                         9
2009        Doctoral       Org. Devel for
            Dissertation   Learning
            Continuation   Communities

                      YEAR 4 (Total 10 - 13 Credit Hours)

SEMESTER RESEARCH LEADERSHIP INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICUM Total
             CORE          CORE   LEADERSHIP         Credit
                                   CORE and           Hrs.
                                 specializations
SUMMER    EDF 990      EDL 842                       4
2009      Doctoral     Culture,
          Dissertation Climate &
          Continuation Change
FALL 2009 EDF 900                                    1
          Doctoral
          Dissertation
          Continuation
SPRING    EDF 995                                    3
2010      Doctoral
          Dissertation
          Defense &
          Completion
                        ATTACHMENT 3
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT
       LAFAYETTE AND SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY
                                        ATTACHMENT 4
     ROSTER OF INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF – SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY AND UNIVERSITY OF
                                    LOUISIANA – LAFAYETTE

                                                           Faculty Roster Form
                                                    Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: Southeastern Louisiana University

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School:          Ed. Lead. and Technology, COEHD

Academic Term(s) Included: All                                               Date Form Completed: March 2006


               1                                   2                                    3                                    4
             Name                            Courses Taught                 Relevant Academic Degrees               Other Professional
                                                                                                                      Qualifications

Dr. Frederick Dembowski           Educational Finance                     Ed.D., The University of           Editor-In-Chief, The AASA
                                                                          Rochester, New York 1978           Journal of Scholarship &
Professor                         Current Issues in Ed. Leadership                                           Practice (formerly THE AASA
                                                                          M.S. in Education, The State       PROFESSOR)
Hibernia National Bank Endowed    Introduction to Ed. Administration      University of New York at Oswego
Professor 2005-2008                                                       1972                               Managing Editor, NCPEA
                                  Org. Management and Development                                            Connexions Project
Head, Department of Educational                                           BS in Elementary Education, 1971
leadership & Technology           Fiduciary Mgt. of Ed. Organizations                                        Member, Editorial Advisory
                                                                                                             Board, Education Leadership
Graduate Faculty                  Research Design                                                            Review

                                  Qualitative & Quantitative Analysis                                        Member, Executive Board of
                                                                                                             Directors, The National Council
                                  Doctoral Research Seminar                                                  of Professors of Educational
                                                                                                             Administration
                                  Doctoral Dissertation
                                                                                                             100+ Publications including:
                                  Administration of the Public School                                        Dembowski, F.L., Educational
                                  District                                                                   Management, DEStech
                                                                                                             Publications, Inc. Lancaster,
                                  Current Issues in School Business                                          Pennsylvania. (Forthcoming
                                  Management                                                                 summer, 2006).
                                       Dembowski, F.L. Editor 2006
Introduction to School Business        NCPEA YEARBOOK, National
Management                             Council of Professors of
                                       Educational Administration,
Introduction to Education              Huntsville, TX. (Forthcoming
Management                             summer, 2006)

Total Quality Management               Fulmer, C., Editor and
                                       Dembowski, F., Associate Editor
The Admin. of Pupil Transportation .   (October 2005). 2005 NCPEA
Systems                                YEARBOOK, National Council
                                       of Professors of Educational
Seminar in Advanced Ed.                Administration, Huntsville, TX.
Management
.                                      Dembowski, F.L., & Ekstrom, C.
Advanced Research Design               (1999). Effective School District
                                       Management: A S elf-Review
Ed. Funds and Facilities               Instrument and Guide. Arlington,
                                       VA: The American Association
Computers in Ed. Management            of School Administrators (1999)
                                       and Scarecrow Press (2001).

                                       100+Presentations, including:
                                       “Guidelines for Authors, Editors
                                       and Reviewers”, the Annual
                                       Conference of the National
                                       Council of Professors of
                                       Educational Administration,
                                       Washington, D.C. July, 2005

                                       “Adjunct Professor: A Neglected
                                       Resource”, the Annual
                                       Conference of the National
                                       Council of Professors of
                                       Educational Administration,
                                       Burlington, VT August 2002.

                                       “Techniques in Enrollment
                                       Forecasting and Demographic
                                       Analysis”, Annual Conference,
                                       ASBO International, Baltimore,
                                       MD, October, 2001.
                                                          Faculty Roster Form
                                                   Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: Southeastern Louisiana University

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School:           Educational Leadership and Technology, COEHD

Academic Term(s) Included: All                                                Date Form Completed: March 2006


            1                                2                                      3                                         4
          Name                         Courses Taught                 Relevant Academic Degrees and                   Other Qualifications
                                                                          Course Credits Earned

Dr. Tony Armenta             Public School Administration             Ed.D. in Educational Administration,   16+ Publications, Including:
                                                                      Northern Arizona University            Armenta, Tony and Gerlinde Beckers.
Associate Professor          School Personnel Administration          (Flagstaff) 1986                       “The IEP: What it Demands and Pitfalls
                                                                                                             to Avoid.” Principal Leadership.
Graduate Faculty             Human Resources and Instructional                                               National Association of Secondary
                             Personnel                                M.A. in Education, Northern Arizona    School Principals. (in press). May 2006.
                                                                      University 1974
                             School-Community Relations                                                      Armenta, Tony and Elly V. Darwin.
                                                                                                             “Administrators, Too, Must Cope with
                             Supervision of Child Welfare and         B.S. in Education, Northern Arizona    Aftermath of Violence.” The School
                             Attendance                               University, 1968                       Administrator. American Association of
                                                                                                             School Administrators. October 2001.
                             Practicum in Supervision
                                                                                                             Armenta, Tony. “Using the Internet to
                             School Law                                                                      Stay Current in School Law.” NASSP
                                                                                                             Bulletin. National Association of
                             Practicum in Educational                                                        Secondary School Principals. May 1999.
                             Administration
                                                                                                             Armenta, Tony, and Darwin, Elly, “Coping
                                                                                                             with time robbers”, Principal, NAESP,
                                                                                                             September, 1998.

                                                                                                             Armenta, Tony. “Avoiding Litigation: Ten
                                                                                                             Strategies for Educators.” New Teacher
                                                                                                             Advocate. Kappa Delta Pi. Spring 1999.

                                                                                                             24+ Presentations, Including:
                                                                                                             DeVaney, t. and Armenta, T. “Survey of
School and Non-School personnel
regarding Legal Issues in Education”,
Annual conference of Mid-South
Educational research Association, Biloxi,
MS., November, 2003

Armenta, T, Stader, D. and Hill, F.,
“Louisiana and the Law”, annual
conference of the Educational Law
association, New Orleans, LA, November
2002

Armenta D. and Stader, D., “The
southeastern Louisiana Principal
preparation Pyramid”, National Council of
Professors of Educational Administration,
Burlington, VT., August 2002.
                                                          Faculty Roster Form
                                                   Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: Southeastern Louisiana University

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School:       Educational Leadership and Technology, COEHD

Academic Term(s) Included: All                                                     Date Form Completed: March 2006


               1                                2                                  3                                  4
             Name                         Courses Taught               Relevant Academic Degrees              Other Qualifications
                                                                       and Course Credits Earned

Dr. Thomas Devaney                Educational Research               PhD. in Secondary Education        Publications:
                                                                     (mathematics), Mississippi State   Della-Pietra, C., Bidner, S., &
Associate Professor               Educational Statistics             University 1997                    DeVaney, T. A. (in review).
                                                                                                        Preservice elementary
Graduate Faulty                   Research Methods for               M.ED Secondary Education,          education classroom teachers=
                                  Administrators                     University of West Alabama         attitudes towards music in the
                                                                     1994                               school curriculum and teaching
                                                                                                        music. Journal of Music
                                                                     BS in Mathematics, University of   Education.
                                                                     West Alabama1992
                                                                                                        DeVaney, T. A. (2002). How
                                                                                                        meaningful is d = .5? An
                                                                                                        empirical look at the occurrence
                                                                                                        of effect size estimates.
                                                                                                        Louisiana Educational Research
                                                                                                        Journal, 27(2), 35-52.

                                                                                                        DeVaney, T. A. (2001).
                                                                                                        Statistical significance, effect
                                                                                                        size, and replication: What do
                                                                                                        the Journals say? Journal of
                                                                                                        Experimental Education, 69,
                                                                                                        310-320.

                                                                                                        Cross, J. B., DeVaney, T. A., &
                                                                                                        Jones, G. (2001). Student
                                                                                                        attitudes toward differing
                                                                                                        dialects. Linguistics and
Education, 12, 211-227.

Robinson, D. H., Katayama, A.
D., Dubois, N. F., & DeVaney,
T. A. (1998). Interactive effects
of graphic organizers and
delayed review on transfer and
relational learning. Journal of
Experimental Education, 67, 17-
31.

25+ Presentations including:
DeVaney, T. A. (in review).
Anxiety and attitude of graduate
students in online vs.
on-campus statistics courses.
Paper submitted for the Annual
Meeting of the Southwest
Educational Research
Association, Austin, TX.

DeVaney, T. A., & Adams, N. B.
(2004). Survey of the use and
availability of technology
resources among pre-k through
high school educators. Paper
presented at the Annual
meeting of the Mid-South
Educational Research
Association, Gatlinburg, TN.

Della-Pietra, C., Bidner, S., &
DeVaney, T. A. (2004).
Preservice elementary
education classroom teachers=
attitudes towards music in the
school curriculum and
teaching music. Paper
presented at the MENC National
Convention, Minneapolis, MN.

DeVaney, T. A., & Armenta, A.
(2003). Survey of school and
non-school personnel
regarding legal issues in
education. Paper presented at
the Annual Meeting of
the Mid-South Educational
Research Association, Biloxi,
MS.

Coombs-Richardson, R., &
DeVaney, T. A. (2001). An
examination of the relationship
between two measures of
personality. Paper presented at
the Annual Meeting of the Council
for Educational Diagnostic
Services, New Orleans, LA.
                                                          Faculty Roster Form
                                                   Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution:   Southeastern Louisiana University

Name of Academic Area: Educational Leadership & Technology                  School: Education & Human Development

 ACADEMIC TERM(S) INCLUDED:                    ALL                                          DATE FORM COMPLETED: MARCH
                                                                             2006

               1                                2                                  3                                 4
             Name                         Courses Taught               Relevant Academic Degrees             Other Qualifications

Dr. Kenneth Lane                  Public School Law                  Ed.D. in Educational              100+ Publications, including:
                                                                     Administration. Texas A&M         Lane, K. E. (2002). Educational
Professor                         School Facility Planning And       University 1983                   Administration Directory, 21st
                                  Utilization                                                          Edition, 2002-2003. Lancaster,
Graduate Faculty                                                     M.Ed. Counseling, University of   PA: Pro-Active Publishing.
                                  School And Community Relations     Missouri-St. Louis 1973
                                                                                                       Camp, B., Connelly, M. J., Lane,
                                  Secondary School Principalship                                       K. E. and Meade, J. (2001).
                                                                     B.S. Mathematics, Indiana State   Principal's Legal Handbook.
                                  Public School Administration       University 1969                   Dayton, OH: Educational Law
                                                                                                       Association.
                                  Microcomputer Applications In
                                  Education                                                            Lane, K. E., Richardson, M. D. &
                                                                                                       Van Berkum, D. W. (1996). The
                                  Doctoral Dissertation                                                school safety handbook: Taking
                                                                                                       action for school and staff safety.
                                                                                                       Lancaster, PA: Technomic
                                                                                                       Publishing Co., Inc.

                                                                                                       Richardson, M. D., Flanigan, J. L.,
                                                                                                       & Lane, K. E. (1995). School
                                                                                                       empowerment. Lancaster, PA:
                                                                                                       Technomic Publishing Co., Inc.

                                                                                                       Richardson, M. D., Jording, C. S.,
                                                                                                       Lane, K. E., Flanigan, J. L. & Van
                                                                                                       Berkum, D. W. (1999).
                                                                                                       "Participatory decision making:
Implications for administrators."
SRCEA Yearbook. Atlanta, GA:
Southern Regional Council of
Educational Administration.

Richardson, M. D., Chan, T. C. &
Lane, K. E. (2000). Planning for
technology: Issues and concepts.
Educational Planning, 12(4), 67-
75.

Richardson, M. D., Lane, K. E. &
Short, P. M. (1997). Synergistic
planning: The essence of school-
based management. Educational
Planning, 10(3), 13-20.

Lane, K. E. & Betz, L. E. (1996).
Strategies for Opening New
Schools. The Journal of School
Business Management, 8(4), 6-
41.

100+Presentations, Including:
 Lane, K. E. “Teaching with
Technology.”. Southern Regional
Council on Educational
Administration, Nashville, TN,
November 11, 2000.

Lane, K. E. "Strategies for
teaching on the internet."
Southern Regional Council on
Educational Administration,
Charlotte, NC, November 13-15,
1999.

Lane, K. E. “Web-Based
Instruction: Are University
Preparation Programs Headed
Toward Obsolescence? Annual
Forum of the International
Academy of
Educational Leaders, Phoenix,
AZ, March 1, 2003.

Van Berkum, D. W. & Lane, K. E.
“Intellectual property in higher
education: An analysis of the
rights of professors and
universities.” Fall 2000 Midwest
Council of Educational
Administration Conference,
Winona, MN, October 20-21,
2000.

Lane, K. “Virtual teaching
possibilities and probabilities.”
California Association of
Professors of Educational
Administration, Sacramento, CA,
March 25, 2000.
                                                           Faculty Roster Form
                                                    Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: Southeastern Louisiana University

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School: Educational Leadership and Technology, COEHD

Academic Term(s) Included: - All                                     Date Form Completed: March 2006


               1                                 2                                  3                                    4
             Name                          Courses Taught               Relevant Academic Degrees                Other Qualifications
                                                                        and Course Credits Earned

Dr. John Howard Fulwiler           Instructional Technology           University of Southern Mississippi   15+ Presentations, including:
                                                                      Ed.D Higher Education                Fulwiler, J.H., & Blanchard, L. J.,
Professor                          Advanced Instructional             Administration 1991                  HBCUs and the Assessment
                                   Technology                                                              Challenge. Annual Conference,
Graduate Faculty                                                      University of California             HBCU Network Symposium,
                                   Foundations of Ed. Admin.          Ed.D Gerontology 1978                Savannah, GA. October 20-22,
                                                                                                           2005.
                                   Admin. Of School Personnel         Louisiana State University
                                                                      M.S.W. Community Organization        Fulwiler, J.H. & Rhodes, E.,
                                   School-Community Relations         1968                                 Bruno, S. (2002) Gumbo LALA.
                                                                                                           Washington D.C. The U.S.
                                   Foundations of Counseling          Louisiana State University           Department of Education’s 2002
                                                                      C.S.W. Psychiatric Social Work       PT3 Grantees’ Meeting.
                                   Advanced Adolescent Psychology     1967
                                                                                                           Fulwiler, J.H., & Guerin, J. (2002)
                                   Human Growth and Development       East Tennessee State University      PASS-PORT: A professional
                                                                      B.S. Social Work 1966                accountability support system
                                   Educational Program Evaluation                                          using a PORTal approach.
                                                                                                           Washington D.C. The U.S.
                                   Doctoral Dissertation                                                   Department of Education’s 2002
                                                                                                           PT3 Grantees Meeting.

                                                                                                           Fulwiler, J.H. & Blanchard, L.J.
                                                                                                           Querin, J., Williams, D. (2002).
                                                                                                           Pass-port: a system for
                                                                                                           assessment and accountability in
                                                                                                           teacher education. Baton rouge,
la. Louisiana blue ribbon
commission, spring meeting.

Fulwiler, J.H., & Guerin, J., (2002)
Williams, D. (2002). E-Portfolios
and PASS-PORT: A system for
assessment and accountability in
teacher education. San Antonio,
TX. Gallery Walk; NECC
Technology Pre-Conference.
Annual NECC Conference.

Fulwiler, J.H., & Morgan, A.L.
(1996) Evaluations vs.
assessment: Supervision or
“snooper-vision” of teaching.
Bloomington, MN. The
Collaboration for the
Advancement of College Teaching
and Learning.

Other Professional
Accomplishments include the
development of PASS-PORT, the
statewide assessment system for
teacher education..
                                                           Faculty Roster Form
                                                    Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School:           Educational Foundations & Leadership, COE

Academic Term(s) Included: - All                                             Date Form Completed: March 2006


                   1                              2                                  3                                  4
                 Name                       Courses Taught               Relevant Academic Degrees              Other Qualifications
                                                                         and Course Credits Earned

Dr. Jim Flaitz                     Educational Psychology              Ph.D., Educational Psychology &   20+Publications, including:
                                                                       Research University of Alabama    Kaufman, A.S. & Flaitz, J.
Professor                          Statistics                          1984                              (1987). Intellectual Growth. In
                                                                                                         V.B. Van Hasselt & M. Hersen
Graduate Faculty                   Research Methods                    M.S. Experimental Psychology,     (Eds.) Handbook of Adolescent
                                                                       Auburn University 1974            Psychology (pp. 205-226). New
                                   Educational Measurement                                               York: Pergammon Press.

                                   Principals Of Learning And          B.A.., Psychology Auburn          Kaufman, A.S., Clark, J.H., &
                                   Growth                              University 1972                   Flaitz, J. (1987). Intelligence
                                                                                                         Testing. In B. Bolton (Ed.)
                                   Program Evaluation                                                    Handbook of Measurement and
                                                                                                         Evaluation in Rehabilitation (pp.
                                   Intro. To Education                                                   59-74). Baltimore: Brookes
                                                                                                         Publishing.

                                                                                                         Flaitz, J. & Alciatore, P. (Ed.s).
                                                                                                         (1995). Lesson Plans and
                                                                                                         Experiments in Wetlands
                                                                                                         Science: A Monograph
                                                                                                         Produced by the 1995
                                                                                                         Participants in the USL Summer
                                                                                                         Science TeacherÆs
                                                                                                         Enhancement Institute.

                                                                                                         Flaitz, J. & Fontenot, R. (2001).
                                                                                                         Student teacher expectations
                                                                                                         about students’ conduct before
and after the student teaching
experience. The Professional
Educator, 24(1), 49-58.

Flaitz, J. & Perdomo, T. (1996).
Rethinking the treatment of
traditional assessment topics in
light of a movement toward
authentic assessment in the
classroom. Resources in
Education, ERIC Document #
ED 388 701.

Flaitz, J. (1988). Non-academic
indicators of teacher
effectiveness: A review of the
literature. Resources in
Education, ERIC Document #
SP 029 733. (nationally
refereed).

60+ presentations, Including”:
A look at teacher education
accreditation in the United
States. Presented at the First
Annual International Conference
on Teacher Education Issues,
September 14, 1998 at Chung
Huan Christian University,
Taiwan.

Continues among state and
regional research associations
about new directions in serving
research groups.” (symposium).
2002 aera annual meeting, April
22, 2003, Chicago, IL.

Continues among state and
regional research associations
about the history, direction, and
needs of educational research
  groups.” (symposium). 2002
  aera annual meeting, April 2,
  2002, New Orleans, LA.

  Among state and regional
  research associations about the
  history, direction, and needs of
  educational research groups.”
  (symposium). 2001 aera annual
  meeting, April 12, 2001, Seattle,
  WA.

C Technology to promote
  participation in state and
  regional educational research
  associations.” (symposium).
  1999 aera annual meeting, April
  21, 1999, Montreal, Canada.


  “A SURVEY OF THE AVAILABILITY
  AND UTILIZATION OF COMPUTER-
  BASED TECHNOLOGY IN
  SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA
  CLASSROOMS.” PRESENTED AT
  THE DISTINGUISHED PAPERS
  SESSION OF THE ANNUAL MEETING
  OF THE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL
  RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, APRIL
  20, 1995, SAN FRANCISCO, CA.
                                                           Faculty Roster Form
                                                    Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School:            Educational Foundations & Leadership, COE

Academic Term(s) Included: - All                                                      Date Form Completed: March 2006


               1                                 2                                      3                                 4
             Name                          Courses Taught                 Relevant Academic Degrees               Other Qualifications
                                                                          and Course Credits Earned
Dr. Paula S. Montgomery            Introduction to Educational          Ph.D., Educational Leadership       Growe, R. & Montgomery, P.
                                   Foundations                          and Research University of          (2000). Women and the
Assistant Professor                                                     Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg   leadership paradigm: Bridging the
                                   Introduction to Education            1997                                gender gap. National Forum of
Head, Department of Educational                                                                             Educational Administration and
Foundations & Leadership           Counseling and Orientation           M.S., Guidance and Counseling       Supervision Journal, 17E(4), 38-
                                                                        University of Southwestern          46.
Graduate Faculty                   Teaching, Learning and Growth        Louisiana 1991
                                                                                                            Montgomery, P. & Growe, R.
                                   Introduction to Education            BA, Social Studies Secondary        (2003). Visionary leaders by
                                                                        Education University of             design. Advancing Women in
                                   Vision and Leadership                Southwestern Louisiana 1984         Leadership Journal, Retrieved
                                                                                                            from
                                   Culture and Participative                                                http://www.advancingwomen.com/
                                   Leadership                                                               awl,spring2003/MONTGO~1.HTM
                                                                                                            L
                                   Measurement and Evaluation
                                                                                                            Growe, R. & Montgomery, P.
                                   Educational Research                                                     (2003). Educational equity in
                                                                                                            America: Is education the great
                                   Theories of Learning                                                     equalizer? The Professional
                                                                                                            Educator, 25(2), 23-29.
                                   History of American Education
                                                                                                            Gonsoulin, W., Montgomery, P., &
                                   Principles of School                                                     Ward, R. (2005). Middle school
                                   Administration                                                           students’ perception of science
                                                                                                            and scientists: Has the perception
                                   School-Community Relations                                               changed over the decades? How
                                                                                                            does that perception differ by
School Finance                     race? (Submitted to Journal of
                                   the Research Association of
Principalship                      Minority Professors; May 2005).
(Elementary/Secondary)
                                   Montgomery, P. & Boudreaux, K.
Supervision of Instruction
                                   (2004). Transitions: What’s a new
                                   principal gotta do? (Submitted to
School Personnel
                                   UCEA Journal of Cases in
                                   Educational Leadership;
Career and Lifestyle Development
                                   December 30, 2004).
Educational Technology
                                   Boudreaux, K. & Montgomery, P.
                                   (2004). Teacher vs. counselor:
                                   Who should counsel students?
                                   (Submitted to UCEA Journal of
                                   Cases in Educational Leadership;
                                   December 30, 2004).

                                   Presentations:
                                   Montgomery, P. and Brown,
                                   Evelyn R., “On–Line
                                   Assessment Tools”, The 13th
                                   Annual International
                                   Conference, Georgia Perimeter
                                   College, November, 2000.

                                   Montgomery, P., “Creating a
                                   High-Performance Learning
                                   Culture “, The SREB
                                   Educational Leadership Module
                                   Series, SREB, Atlanta, Georgia,
                                   October, 2005.

                                   Montgomery, P., Smothers, R.,
                                   Growe, R., and Gonsoulin, W.,
                                   “Closing the Achievement Gap
                                   through Culturally Responsive
                                   Practices” The 24th Annual
                                   Conference for RAMP
                                   (Research Association of
                                   Minority Professors)Texas
Southern University, Houston,
Texas, March, 2005

Montgomery, P. Smothers, R.,
Growe, R., and Gonsoulin, W.
“An Ignored American Tradegy:
A New Vision for School
Leaders in the Education of
African-American Males.” The
24th Annual Conference for
RAMP (Research Association of
Minority Professors),Texas
Southern University, Houston,
Texas, March, 2005.

Montgomery, P., Smothers, R.,
Growe, R., and Gonsoulin, W.,
“The Access Dilemma Part 1:
Unspoken Factors the
Contribute to the
Underachievement of Minority
and Low-income Students”, The
24th Annual Conference for
RAMP (Research Association of
Minority Professors), Texas
Southern University, Houston,
Texas, March, 2005

Montgomery, P. and Growe, R.,
“Strategies for Closing the
Achievement Gap: Research in
Progress”, The 23rd Annual
Conference for RAMP
(Research Association of
Minority Professors), Texas
Southern University, Houston,
Texas, February, 2004.

Montgomery, P., “Creating High-
Performance Learning Cultures”,
High Priority High Schools School
Improvement Conference,
Tennessee State Department of
Education – Urban Education
Division, September, 2005.
                                                           Faculty Roster Form
                                                    Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School:         Educational Foundations & Leadership, COE

Academic Term(s) Included: - All                                             Date Form Completed: March 2006


               1                                 2                                  3                                 4
             Name                          Courses Taught               Relevant Academic Degrees             Other Qualifications
                                                                        and Course Credits Earned

Dr. Nathan M. Roberts              History Of American Education      Ph.D Education Administration      Nine publications including:
                                                                      Louisiana State University 2001    Roberts, N., Fossey, R.,
Assistant Professor                Elementary School Principalship                                       Demitchell, T.A. (2005) Risk
                                                                      J.D. Louisiana State University,   Management In Higher Education
Graduate Faculty                   School Finance                     Paul M. Hebert Law Center 1987     In Joseph Beckham And David
                                                                                                         Dagley’s Contemporary Issues In
                                   Secondary School Principalship     B.S. Social Studies Education      Higher Education Law. Education
                                                                      Louisiana State University 1984    Law Association. Dayton, Ohio.
                                   School Law
                                                                                                         Roberts, N., Davis, Douglas &
                                    Legal, Regulatory And Ethical                                        Fossey, R. (In Press) Searches
                                   Issues In Education.                                                  And Seizures In The School
                                                                                                         Workplace: What Are A Teacher’
                                                                                                         Rights Under The Fourth
                                                                                                         Amendment? Journal Of
                                                                                                         Personnel Evaluation In
                                                                                                         Education.

                                                                                                         Roberts, N. & Fossey, R. (2002)
                                                                                                         Random Drug Testing Of
                                                                                                         Students: Where Will The Line Be
                                                                                                         Drawn? Journal Of Law And
                                                                                                         Education. 31, 191-208.

                                                                                                         Fossey, R. & Roberts, N. (2001)
                                                                                                         When May A College Regulate An
                                                                                                         Instructor’s In-Class Speech? A
                                                                                                         Cautionary Tale From The Sixth
Circuit. Journal Of Personnel
Evaluation In Education. 15, 329-
335.

40+ Presentations, Including:
Roberts, N. & Boudreaux, K.
“University/K-12 Collaboration On
Recruiting & Selecting
Educational Leadership
Candidates For University
Preparation Programs.” American
Association Of Colleges For
Teacher Education National
Conference, Washington D.C.
February 21, 2005.

Roberts, N. “Desegregation: One
District’s Forty-Year Wade
Through The Swamp.” Education
Law Association National
Conference, Tucson, Arizona.
November 19, 2004.

Roberts, N. “Overview Of SREB
Leadership Curriculum Modules:
How One State Department Has
Collaborated With Higher
Education Agencies In Launching
A Redesign Of All University-
Based Education Leadership
Programs.” Southern Regional
Education Board. Atlanta,
Georgia. September 27, 2004.

Roberts, N. “A Teacher’s
Constitutional Right To Be Free
From Unreasonable Searches
And Seizures In The School
Workplace: What Standard
Should Be Applied?” Education
Law Association National
Conference, Savannah, Georgia.
November 14, 2003.

Roberts, N. & Fossey, R. “To
Drink Or Not To Drink? Campus
Liability For Alcohol Related
Injuries-A Law And Policy
Analysis.” Education Law
Association National Conference.
November 13, 2001,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
                                                            Faculty Roster Form
                                                     Qualifications of Full-Time Faculty

Name of Institution: University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Name of Academic Area, Discipline, Department/School:          Educational Foundations & Leadership, COE

Academic Term(s) Included: - All                                              Date Form Completed: March 2006


               1                                  2                                  3                                   4
             Name                           Courses Taught               Relevant Academic Degrees               Other Qualifications
                                                                         and Course Credits Earned

Dr. Douglas C. Williams             Web Design for Educators           Ph.D., Instructional Technology     22 Publications, including:
                                                                       University of Texas, Austin 1999    Pedersen, S., Williams, D. (2004).
Assistant Professor                 Instructional Design                                                   A comparison of assessment
                                                                       MA, Computer Science University     practices and their effects on
Patrick R. Rutherford Endowed       Multimedia Design                  of Southwestern Louisiana           learning and motivation in a
Professorship in Education, 2004-                                                                          student-centered learning
2007.                               Educational Applications of        BS, Computer Science University     environment. Journal of
                                    Telecommunications and the         of southwestern Louisiana 1986      Educational Multimedia and
Graduate Faculty                    Internet                                                               Hypermedia, 13(3), 283-306.
                                                                       Novell Certified Netware Engineer
                                    Learning Environments Design I     1994                                Liu, M, Williams, D., & Pedersen,
                                                                                                           S. (2002). Alien Rescue: A
                                    Evaluation of Technology                                               problem-based hypermedia
                                    Programs                                                               learning environment for middle
                                                                                                           school science. Journal of
                                    Advanced Telecommunications                                            Educational Technology Systems,
                                    and Distance Learning                                                  30(3), 255-270.

                                    Advanced Research Topics in                                            Pedersen, S., Liu, M. & Williams,
                                    Cognition and Technology                                               D. (2002). Alien Rescue:
                                                                                                           Designing for student-centered
                                    Advanced Topics in Assessment                                          learning. Educational Technology.
                                    Management System Design                                               42(5),11-14.

                                    Advanced Topics in Video Game
                                                                                                           Lyman, S., Williams, D., &
                                    Development
                                                                                                           Begnaud, L. (December 2000).
                                                                                                           Using the internet to enhance the
                                study of human sexuality.
Advanced Topics in Web          Compute-Ed. An electronic journal
Development (C#, .NET, Flash)   of learning and teaching with and
                                about technology. Volume 6.
Curriculum Practical Training
                                Williams, D., Blanchard, L.,
                                Fulwiler, J. (2003). PASS-PORT
                                for Higher Education Version 1.5.
                                Note: PASS-PORT for Higher
                                Education is currently being
                                utilized at 21 universities in
                                Louisiana.

                                Williams, D. (2003). PASS-PORT
                                K-12 Version 1.
                                Note: PASS-PORT K-12 is
                                currently being pilot tested for use
                                by the Louisiana Teacher
                                Assistance and Assessment
                                Program. Once fully deployed,
                                the application will have
                                approximately 20,000 users.

                                45+ presentations, Including:
                                Williams, D., Pedersen, S., &
                                Benton, D. (2005, October).
                                Tablet PC Initiative: Impact on 9th
                                Grade Students and Learning.
                                Paper to be presented at the
                                annual meeting of the Association
                                for Educational Communications
                                and Technology, Orlando, Florida.

                                Williams, D., Fulwiler, J.,
                                Pedersen, S, & Benton, D. (2005,
                                October). PASS-PORT: A Web-
                                based Professional Accountability
                                Support System for Teacher
                                Education. Paper to be presented
                                at the annual meeting of the
                                Association for Educational
Communications and Technology,
Orlando, Florida.

Pedersen, S., Arslanyilmaz, A. &
Williams, D. (2005, April).
Teachers assessment-related
local adaptations of a problem-
based learning environment.
Paper accepted for presentation
at the annual meeting of the
American Educational Research
Association. Montreal, Canada.
Pedersen, S., Williams, D., &
Bulu, S. (2004, June). Teachers’
beliefs underlying their
assessment practices in a
problem-based learning activity.
Paper presented at the Ed-Media
World Conference on Educational
Multimedia and Hypermedia,
Lugano, Switzerland.
Pedersen, S., Williams, D. (2003,
June 23-28). A comparison of
assessment practices and their
effects on learning and motivation
in a student-centered learning
environment. Paper presented at
the World Conference on
Educational Multimedia,
Hypermedia & Educational
Telecommunications, Honolulu,
Hawaii.
                              ATTACHMENT 5
                 BUDGET FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF THE PROGRAM


YEAR ONE 2006-2007                                SOUTHEASTERN   UL LAFAYETTE

New Faculty (UL Lafayette - Salary + Fringe – 1                  $69,800
person)

New Faculty (Southeastern – Dr. Ken Lane –        $82,500
Salary + Fringe

New Faculty (Southeastern – Dr. John Fulwiler – $82,500
Salary + Fringe

Part-Time/Overload Teaching Pay (to permit        $21,600        $21,600
doctoral Faculty to teach fewer classes); 12
classes @ $1,800

New Graduate Assistant Stipends(5 @ $12,000-      $60,000        $60,000
Southeastern; 5 @ 12,000 – UL Lafayette)

New Graduate Assistant Tuition Waivers (5 @       $11,385        $11,385
$2,277-Southeastern; 5 @ $ 2,227 – UL
Lafayette)

Additional Operating Expenses                     $5,300         $5,300

Additional Library Resources                      $13,000        $10,000

Additional Travel, Honorarium & Colloquium        $10,000        $10,000


Total – Year One                                  $286,285       $188,085
           ATTACHMENT 6
COPY OF MOST RECENT FINANCIAL AUDIT
AND MOST RECENT MANAGEMENT LETTER
                           ATTACHMENT 7
LETTER FROM THE LOUISIANA BOARD OF REGENTS INDICATING AUTHORIZATION
                     TO OFFER THE ED.D PROGRAM
                                  ATTACHMENT 8
                           LOUISIANA BOARD OF REGENTS

Members
Roland M. Toups (Chairman)
P.O. Box 2750
Baton Rouge, LA 70821

Roland Toups was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and received a B.S. and an M.S. in
Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He served as Captain in
the U.S. Air Force and worked in the early space program on development of the
ATLAS/TITAN missiles. Mr. Toups is Chairman of Turner Industries, LTD. Civic and
community activities include the United Way, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical
Center, Mary Bird Perkins, LSU, Rotary, Chamber of Commerce, EBR Parish Anti-Drug
Task Force, Public Affairs Research Council (PAR), Junior Achievement, Boy Scouts of
America, Volunteers of America, Catholic High School, and Catholic Diocese of Baton
Rouge.

Frances T. Henry (Vice Chair)
945 East Hart's Mill Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70808

Frances T. Henry was born in Jonesboro (Jackson Parish), Louisiana. She attended and
graduated from the Jackson Parish Public School System in May, 1955. She earned a
Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana Tech University in May of 1958, and earned a
Master of Education degree from Louisiana Tech University in May, 1969.
Mrs. Henry was a classroom teacher and member of local, state, and national professional
organizations from 1958-1980. She gained certification in speech and teaching
academically gifted students.

Pat Strong (Secretary)
519 Adams Street
Franklin, LA 70538

Pat Strong has been a resident of Franklin, Louisiana, for 18 years. He graduated from
Louisiana State University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business. He was
in banking for twenty years and is currently serving as the Chief Financial Officer for the
Chitimacha Tribal Government. Mr. Strong served as a member of the Board of Trustees for
six years and has been a member of the Board of Regents since January, 1995.

William "Billy" Blake
P.O. Box 1447
Lake Charles, LA 70602

William "Billy" Blake graduated from Louisiana State University in 1955 with a B.S. in
Geology. Mr. Blake served in the United States Army in the Panama Canal Zone from 1956-
1958. He is President and CEO of the Lacassane Company and Manager of Bel
Commercial, Bel Mineral and Quatre Mineral. He is involved in numerous civic
organizations.

Scott Brame
4602 Wellington Boulevard
Alexandria, LA 71303

Scott Brame is a resident of Alexandria where he attended Bolton High School. He earned a
degree in accounting from Louisiana State University A & M. and joined Central Louisiana
Electric Company (CLECO) in 1949 where he retired as CEO and Chairman of the Board.
He was appointed to the Board of Regents by Governor Foster in January 1999. Mr. Brame
serves on numerous civic boards and commissions. He is currently the Chairman of the
Board of Security First National Bank, a member and former chairman of Blue Cross/Blue
Shield of Louisiana and a member and post chairman of the LSU-A Foundation Board. Mr.
Brame was stationed in Korea and served as a member of the Armed Services during the
Korean War.

Richard E. D'Aquin
620 Cambridge Drive
Lafayette, LA 70503

Richard D'Aquin is a Lafayette businessman and long-time newspaper publisher and owner.
In addition to membership on numerous commissions, governing boards and civic
organizations, Mr. D'Aquin has served on the state Judiciary Commission, the Public Affairs
Research Council's Board of Trustees, the Louisiana Education TV Authority, the
Governor's Military Advisory Commission, Louisiana Board of Education and long-time
member of the First National Bank of Lafayette's board of directors. He is currently president
of Louisiana Suburban Press and was former chairman of the Acadiana Strategic Marketing
Group. In 1969 he was awarded the Lafayette Civic Cup. D'Aquin has been a member of
the Board of Regents since 1975 where he has served as secretary and a member of the
board's executive committee most of those years. He also was elected to two terms as
president of the Louisiana Daily Newspapers Association and two terms on the board of
directors of the Louisiana Press Association. He is a retired Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army
Reserve, a LSU graduate and a member of LSU's L Club.

Stanley J. Jacobs
320 Somerulos Street, Suite 329
Baton Rouge, LA 70802-6129

Stanley J. Jacobs, an attorney in private practice in New Orleans, served on the LSU Board
of Supervisors from 1997 to 2003. He graduated from LSU in 1961, having lettered in
basketball there in 1959, '60 and '61. He was appointed to the Board of Regents by
Governor Foster in May 2003.
Mr. Jacobs is a past president of the Tiger Athletic Foundation. He is a member of the Tiger
Athletic Advisory Board, the LSU Alumni Association, the National "L" Club, and the LSU
Foundation. He is a past member of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee and the Athletic
Council

Ingrid T. Labat
P.O. Box 1389
Covington, LA 70433

Ingrid T. Labat is a native of New Orleans, a graduate of Benjamin Franklin High School, a
magna cum laude graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana, and received the Doctor of
Medicine Degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. Dr.
Labat completed an Emergency Medicine Residency at Howard University Hospital in
Washington DC, and is currently Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. She served as a
faculty member at Howard University Medical School teaching residents. Dr. Labat
currently practices at St. Tammany Hospital.

Robert W. Levy
P.O. Box 777
Ruston, LA 71273

Robert Wallace Levy graduated from Nicholls State University in 1970 and from Louisiana
State University School of Law in 1974. He served as Mayor of Vienna, Louisiana from
1979-1990 and is currently serving his third six-year term as District Attorney for Lincoln and
Union Parishes. He was appointed to the Board of Regents by Governor Foster in July,
2001. In addition to the Board of Regents, Mr. Levy is past president of the Louisiana
District Attorneys Association, member of the Louisiana Judicial Council, member of Board
of Directors for CABL, member of the Board of Directors for Community Trust Bank, and
was an adjunct professor of Business Law and Criminal Justice at Louisiana Tech from
1978-2001. Mr. Levy is also a member of numerous civic organizations.

W. Clinton "Bubba" Rasberry, Jr.
800 Spring Street, Suite 201
Shreveport, LA 71101

W. Clinton "Bubba" Rasberry, Jr.was named to the Board of Regents by Governor Foster on
June 25, 2003. Mr. Rasberry was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and received a B.A. from
Vanderbilt University and attended post-graduate LSU Forestry school.
He is currently managing partner in Crestview Woods, Westport Real Estate; Rasberry
Commercial Properties along with partnerships in Best Western Richmond Suites; the
Chateau Suite Hotel of Shreveport, and the Quality Inn and Suite in Amarillo, Texas.
In addition to the Regents, Rasberry serves on a number of professional and community
organization boards, including the Louisiana Public Broadcasting, Strand Theater
Corporation, Sci-Port Discovery Center Foundation, Boy Scouts of America; and Louisiana
State University Health Sciences Center Foundation in Shreveport. Several past civic and
board activities include the Shreveport Chamber of Commerce; the Louisiana Cemetery
Board; the Greater Shreveport Economic Development Foundation; and the United Way.
Virgil Robinson, Jr.
233 Carondelet, Suite 200
New Orleans, LA 70130

Regent Virgil Robinson Jr. of New Orleans, president and chief executive officer of Dryades
Savings Bank, was named to the Board of Regents by Governor Foster on Jan. 28, 1999.
Before joining Dryades in July 1994, Robinson had served as executive vice president at
Liberty Bank and Trust in New Orleans and senior vice president at Jefferson Guaranty
Bank in Metairie, La. Prior to his banking career, he played professional football for the
Green Bay Packers, the New Orleans Saints and the Shreveport Steamers. Robinson is a
graduate of the University of Oklahoma-Norman, the American Institute of Banking and
Grambling State University. In addition to the Regents, Robinson serves on a number of
professional and community organization boards, including the American Institute of
Banking, the Bureau of Governmental Research, The New Orleans and River Region
Chamber of Commerce, the New Orleans Foundation and the Urban League of Greater
New Orleans.

Mary Ellen Roy
Member-At-Large
2700 Coliseum Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

Mary Ellen Roy received her B.A. degree in Political Science from the University of
Louisiana in Lafayette in 1981 and her J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1984. A resident of
New Orleans, she is a partner in the Phelps Dunbar law firm and is active in a variety of
professional, civic and school organizations

William Clifford Smith
P.O. Box 2266
Houma, LA 70361

William Clifford Smith attended the public school system in Terrebonne Parish and received
his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from Louisiana State University in 1958.
Since he had grown up in his father's footsteps in the civil engineering field, he immediately
became a partner in his father's firm and the name was changed to T. Baker Smith & Son,
to illustrate his formal entrance into the profession. Following his father's death in 1962, he
reorganized and operated the company as President and sole owner. Today, he is
Chairman of the Board of the corporation. He has been a registered civil engineer and land
surveyor in Louisiana since 1958 and a registered civil engineer in Mississippi since 1985.
His professional organizations in the engineering field are the American Congress on
Surveying and Mapping, American Society of Civil Engineers, National Society of
Professional Engineers, Louisiana Engineering Society, Louisiana Society of Professional
Surveyors, and National Society of Military Engineers. The social, civic and business
organizations of which he is a member include the Houma-Terrebonne Chamber of
Commerce, Terrebonne Historical and Cultural Society, Board of Directors of Entergy
Corporation, and member of the Mississippi River Commission.
Harold M. Stokes
4228 Houma Boulevard, Suite 600B
Metairie, LA 70006

Regent Harold Stokes, a native of Alhambra, California received his medical degree from
the University of California at Irvine. He completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at
Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. He completed a Hand Surgery Fellowship under
the guidance of Mr. Guy Pulvertaft, FRCS, in Derby, England and subsequently a Hand
Fellowship training under the auspices of Dr. Daniel Riordan in New Orleans. Dr. Stokes
began private practice in Louisiana in 1972. He is certified by the American board of
Orthopaedic Surgery, and has a certificate of Added Qualifications in Surgery of the Hand.
Dr. Stokes is a member of many national, regional, state, and local medical societies, and
has held multiple executive positions. He is a member of the American Academy of
Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Society for Surgery of the Hand, the Southern
Orthopaedic Association, and the Louisiana Orthopaedic Association.

Artis L. Terrell, Jr.
11017 Cattail Pointe
Shreveport, LA 71106

Artis L. Terrell Jr. is from Shreveport and was appointed by Governor Foster to represent
the 4th Congressional District on the Board of Regents. He is Principal of The Williams
Capital Group, L.P. Mr. Terrell received his bachelor's degree at the University of Louisiana
at Monroe. After graduation, he served as an account manager for MetroMedia
Communications, an account executive with Dean Wittier Reynolds, and an Investment
Banking Associate. In addition to the Board of Regents, Mr. Terrell is a board member of the
Caddo-Bossier Port Commission, a trustee at ST. Paul CME Church, a member of the
National Association of Securities Professionals and a United Way Volunteer.

Student Member:
Chris Jividen
Bossier Parish Community College
1081 Creekside Lane
Haughton, LA 71037

Chris Jividen is the twenty year old son of Randy and Barbara Jividen. Chris graduated from
Haughton High School in 2003. He is currently a full time student at Bossier Parish
Community College, where he serves as the President of the Student Body. Chris is highly
involved with campus life and activities. His campus involvement includes Student
Government Association, Cavalier Express Recruiting Team, Young Republicans Club,
Disciplinary Hearing Committee, Association of Technology Professionals, Baptist
Collegiate Ministry, and he was chosen by the students as the 2005 BPCC Homecoming
King. Chris will serve as the first student board member ever from a community college.
Chris will graduate in the spring of 2006 with an Associate Degree in Business
Administration. Following his graduation, he plans to attend Northwestern State University
and major in Business Finance.



Congressional
              Name                                                       Term Expires
District
7th              William D. "Billy" Blake                                12/31/06
5th              Scott O. Brame                                          12/31/10
7th              Richard E. D'Aquin                                      12/31/10
At-large         Mary Ellen Roy                                          12/15/11
6th              Frances T. Henry                                        12/31/06
1st              Stanley J. Jacobs                                       12/31/08
1st              Ingrid Labat                                            12/31/10
5th              Robert W. Levy                                          12/31/06
4th              W. Clinton "Bubba" Rasberry, Jr.                        12/31/08
2nd              Virgil Robinson, Jr.                                    12/31/06
3rd              William Clifford Smith                                  12/31/10
2nd              Harold M. Stokes                                        12/31/06
3rd              Pat A. Strong, Secretary                                12/31/08
4th              Artis L. Terrell, Jr.                                   12/31/10
6th              Roland M. Toups, Chair                                  12/31/08
                               ATTACHMENT 9
           RULES AND POLICIES OF THE LOUISIANA BOARD OF REGENTS


Full text of the policies can be found at http://asa.regents.state.la.us/PP

2.01   Constitutional Authority
2.02   Adequacy of Information in Campus/System Requests
2.03   Staff Information to Institutions
2.04   Letters of Intent for Projected New Academic Programs
2.05   Review of Proposals for New Academic Programs/Units
2.06   Board of Regents Reviews of Existing Academic Programs/Units
2.07   Responses from Institutions to Consultants Reports
2.08   Institutional Requests for Revision or Elimination of Existing Academic Programs and
       Administrative Units
2.09   Re-Submission of Disapproved Letters of Intent, Proposals or Requests
2.10   Reconsideration of Terminated Academic Programs
2.11   Approved Academic Terms and Degree Designations
2.12   Delivery of Degree Programs Through Distance Learning Technology
2.13   Program Accreditation
2.14   Teacher Preparation Education
2.15   Definitions of Undergraduate Certificates and Degrees
2.16   Statewide General Education Requirements
2.17   Staff Approval of Routine Academic Requests
2.18   Minimum Requirements for Placement Into Entry-Level, College-Level Mathematics
       and English
2.19   Institutional Responsibilities for the Enrollment of Students Across Multiple
       Institutions
                                     ATTACHMENT 10
                                EXAMPLE OF BOARD MINUTES

                                             MINUTES

                                         BOARD OF REGENTS

                                          JANUARY 26, 2006

      The Board of Regents met in session at 9:05 a.m., Thursday, January 26, 2006, in the

Louisiana Purchase Room, Claiborne Building in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Chair Roland Toups

called the meeting to order. Executive Assistant to the Commissioner, Ms. Carolyn Blanchard, called

the roll and a quorum was established.


Present for the meeting were:                                  Absent for the meeting were:
Billy Blake                                                    Virgil Robinson
Scott Brame
Richard D’Aquin
Frances Henry, Vice Chair
Stanley Jacobs
Ingrid Labat
Robert Levy
W. Clinton Rasberry
Mary Ellen Roy
Clifford Smith
Harold Stokes
Pat Strong, Secretary
Artis Terrell
Roland Toups, Chair
Chris Jividen

PUBLIC COMMENTS

       Chair Toups noted that no written requests were received for public comments and inquired if

the audience had any comments at this time. There were none.

                                     MINUTES APPROVED

APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF JANUARY 5, 2006

   On motion of Regent D’Aquin, seconded by Regent Blake, the Board voted
Minutes: Board of Regents                  Page 2                     January 26, 2006

unanimously to approve the minutes of January 5, 2006.

                       RATIFICATION OF COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

         On motion of Regent Strong, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted
         unanimously to ratify Committee Assignments as presented.

           REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF STANDING COMMITTEES
                 ACADEMIC AND STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

     On behalf of Regent Brame, Chair of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee, Mr.
Gerard Killebrew, Associate Commissioner for Academic Affairs, presented motions from the
Academic and Student Affairs Committee Report of January 25, 2006.

STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS RELATIVE TO THE REVIEW OF UNACCREDITED
PROGRAMS MANDATED TO BE ACCREDITED, AS REQUIRED BY ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
POLICY 2.13 AND THE 2001 MASTER PLAN FOR POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION IN
LOUISIANA

         On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted
         unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student
         Affairs Committee to approve Staff Recommendations Relative to the Review
         of Unaccredited Academic Programs.

PROPOSED ACADEMIC RESEARCH UNITS

A.       Louisiana State University and A&M College

         Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics

         On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
         accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to grant
         approval for the proposed Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics at Louisiana State
         University and A&M College for a period of five years, effective immediately. By August
         1, 2006, the University shall submit to the Associate Commissioner for Academic Affairs
         a completed operational budget for FY budget for FY 2006-2007 and projected budgets
         for FY 2007-2011.

         Center for Biomodular Microsystems
Minutes: Board of Regents                  Page 3                    January 26, 2006

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
      accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to grant
      approval for the Center for Biomodular Microsystems at Louisiana State University and
      A&M College for a period of three years, effective immediately. By March 1, 2006, the
      University shall submit to the Associate Commissioner for Academic Affairs an update
      which addresses financial concerns expressed in the staff summary.

B.    University of Louisiana-Lafayette - Center for Child Development

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
      accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to grant
      conditional approval for the Center for Child Development at the University of
      Louisiana-Lafayette for one year, effective immediately. As required by Board of
      Regents Academic Affairs Guidelines: Proposed New Centers, Institutes, and Other
      Academic/Research Units, ULL shall submit to the Commissioner of Higher Education a
      proposal for full approval of this center by February 1, 2007. If this proposal is not
      forthcoming by this date, the Board of Regents shall re-examine the need for this center.

PROPOSED LETTERS OF INTENT - LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A&M
COLLEGE - B.A. IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
      accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to grant
      approval for the proposed Letter of Intent for a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies at
      Louisiana State University and A&M College.

PROGRESS REPORTS ON CONDITIONALLY APPROVED PROGRAMS

A.    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans - Doctor of Physical
      Therapy

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent D’Aquin, the Board voted
      unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs
      Committee to receive the 2005 Progress Report from the Louisiana State University
      Health Sciences Center - New Orleans Relative to Implementation of the Doctor of
      Physical Therapy Program. Accordingly, the LSUHSC-NO is authorized to implement
      this program beginning Summer 2006. The next progress report shall be due December
      1, 2007.

      Given continuing concerns regarding long-term funding needed to fully address external
      consultant recommendations, the Committee further recommends meetings as soon as
      possible between appropriate LSUHSC-NO, LSU System, and Regents staff to discuss
      proposed tuition increases or other possible funding mechanisms.
Minutes: Board of Regents                    Page 4                           January 26, 2006

B.    Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - Shreveport - Doctor of Physical
      Therapy

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Henry, the Board voted unanimously
      to accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to
      receive the 2005 Progress Report from the Louisiana State University Health Sciences
      Center - Shreveport Relative to Implementation of the Doctor of Physical Therapy
      Program. Accordingly, the LSUHSC-S is authorized to implement this program
      beginning Summer 2006. The next progress report shall be due December 1, 2007.

      Given continuing concerns regarding long-term funding needed to fully address external
      consultant recommendations, the Committee further recommends meetings as soon as
      possible between appropriate LSUHSC-S, LSU System, and Regents staff to discuss
      proposed tuition increases or other possible funding mechanisms.

C.     Southern University - Baton Rouge - Master of Engineering

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
      accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to receive
      the AY 2004-2005 Progress Report from Southern University - Baton Rouge Relative to
      the Implementation of the Master of Engineering Program. The University shall submit
      to the Associate Commissioner for Academic Affairs a subsequent progress report
      addressing continuing staff concerns by August 1, 2006.

D.    University of Louisiana - Lafayette - M.S. in Engineering-Petroleum Engineering

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
      accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to receive
      the AY 2004-05 Progress Report Relative to Implementation of the Petroleum
      Engineering Option in the Master of Science in Engineering at the University of
      Louisiana - Lafayette. The next progress report shall be due September 1, 2006.

E.    Louisiana Delta Community College - A.S. in Early Childhood Education

      On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
      accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to receive
      the AY 2004-05 Progress Report from Louisiana Delta Community College Relative to
      Implementation of the A.S. Program in Early Childhood Education. To ensure
      continuing program development, a progress report addressing staff concerns shall be
      submitted to the Associate Commissioner for Academic Affairs by August 1, 2006.
Minutes: Board of Regents                  Page 5                             January 26, 2006

TEACHER EDUCATION INITIATIVES - EVALUATION OF A REDESIGNED INITIAL
TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAM AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS FOR TEACHERS
AND EDUCATION LEADERS

       On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
       accept the recommendation of the Academic and Student Affairs Committee to grant
       approval for the Master of Education Degree in Curriculum and Instruction (CIP Code
       13.0301) at Southeastern Louisiana University in Early Childhood Education (ECE-
       Grades PK-3), Elementary Education (Grades 1-5), Middle School Education (Grades 4-
       8), Literacy/Reading Specialist (Elementary/Secondary), English as a Second Language
       Education, Secondary English Education, Secondary Foreign Language Education,
       Secondary Mathematics Education, Secondary Science – Biology Education, Secondary
       Science – Chemistry/Physics Education, and Secondary Social Studies Education.

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONER

       Mr. Killbrew updated the Board on the following items:

       A.     Louisiana’s Participation in the American Diploma Project;
       B.     Statewide Review of Existing Licensed Practical Nursing Programs;
       C.     Status of Reviews of Conditionally Approved Programs;
       D.     Schedule of Reviews for Proposed Programs/Units; and
       E.     Staff Approval of Routine Academic Requests.

ADOPTION OF THE ACADEMIC AND STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING
REPORT OF JANUARY 25, 2006

       On motion of Regent Brame, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
       adopt the Academic and Student Affairs Committee Meeting Report of January 25,
       2006. (Copy on file in the office of the Board of Regents.)

                        FACILITIES AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE

      On behalf of Regent Jacobs, Chair of the Facilities and Property Committee, Mr. Rich

Griswold, Associate Commissioner for Facilities, presented motions from the Facilities and Property

Committee Report of January 25, 2006.


SMALL CAPITAL PROJECTS REPORT
Minutes: Board of Regents                     Page 6                             January 26, 2006

       On motion of Regent Jacobs, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
       accept the recommendation of the Facilities and Property Committee to approve the
       Small Capital Projects Report as listed below:

       Pleasant Hall Room B151 Renovations -Louisiana State University and A&M College
       $349,000 from Federal Funds

       Law Center - Replace Atrium Roof - Louisiana State University Law Center
       $200,000 from State Funds

       Sea Grant Shops Reroofing - Louisiana State University and A&M College
       $349,000 from Federal Funds

       Herget Hall Replacement of Fire Alarm System - Louisiana State University and A&M
       College
       $200,000 from Auxiliary Funds

       David Boyd Hall Second Floor Telecom Upgrade - Louisiana State University and
       A&M College
       $310,000 from State Funds

       Talbot Hall Elevator Project - Nicholls State University
       $349,000 from Building Use Fees

       Annie Boyd Hall Replacement of Elevator - Louisiana State University and A&M
       College
       $250,000 from Auxiliary Funds

ACT 959 PROJECT

       On motion of Regent Jacobs, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
       accept the recommendation of the Facilities and Property Committee to approve the
       construction of a student services facility in the T. H. Harris Hall Annex at Southern
       University and A&M College under the provisions of Act 959 of 2003. The project is
       estimated to cost approximately $2,819,990 and will utilize federal funds.

HURRICANES KATRINA AND RITA FACILITIES STATUS REPORT

      Mr. Griswold said he gave a progress report on the institutions impacted by the hurricanes.

He also noted that several institutions had or will reopen during January.

ADOPTION OF THE FACILITIES AND PROPERTY COMMITTEE MEETING REPORT OF
JANUARY 25, 2006
Minutes: Board of Regents                  Page 7                          January 26, 2006

       On motion of Regent Jacobs, seconded by Regent Blake, the Board voted unanimously
       to adopt the Facilities and Property Committee Meeting Report of January 25, 2006.
       (Copy on file in the office of the Board of Regents.)

                                   FINANCE COMMITTEE

      On behalf of Regent Blake, Vice Chair of the Finance Committee, Mr. Donald Vandal,

Deputy Commissioner for Finance and Administration, presented motions from the Finance

Committee Report of January 25, 2006.

RECONSIDERATION OF STATE FUNDING FOR “PERFORMANCE INCENTIVES” AND FOR
“CONTINUED GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY AND TECHNICAL
COLLEGES AND LEARNING CENTERS”

       On motion of Regent Blake, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted
       unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Finance Committee to approve the
       revised allocations for the LCTCS and two-year institutions and learning centers as
       reflected.

       On motion of Regent Blake, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted
       unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Finance Committee to approve the
       revised allocations for the four-year systems as reflected.

LOUISIANA TECHNICAL COLLEGE BA-7 (BUDGET ADJUSTMENT) FOR “CARRY-OVER
FUNDS”

       On motion of Regent Blake, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted
       unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Finance Committee to approve the
       proposed BA-7 to allow the Louisiana Technical College to budget $1,836,757 in carry-
       over funds.

REPORT FROM THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER

       Mr. Vandal stated that an update was given on the following issues:
       A.   Budget planning for FY 2006-07, and
       B.   Funds Flow and Benchmarking Project involving the health sciences institutions.

ADOPTION OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING REPORT OF JANUARY 25, 2006

       On motion of Regent Blake, seconded by Regent Strong, the Board voted unanimously
       to adopt the Finance Committee Meeting Report of January 25, 2006. (Copy on file in the
       office of the Board of Regents.)
Minutes: Board of Regents                   Page 8                        January 26, 2006

                         SPONSORED PROGRAMS COMMITTEE

      On behalf Regent Rasberry, Chair of the Sponsored Programs Committee, Dr. Kerry

Davidson, Deputy Commissioner for Sponsored Programs, presented motions from the Sponsored

Programs Committee Report of January 25, 2006.

CONTINUATION OF BOARD OF REGENTS SUPPORT FOR THE LOUISIANA SYSTEMIC
INITIATIVES PROGRAM (LaSIP) IN THE FY 2006-07 BoRSF PLAN AND BUDGET

      On motion of Regent Rasberry, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously
      to accept the recommendation of the Sponsored Programs Committee to approve the
      continuation of funding from the Board of Regents Support Fund for the Louisiana
      Systemic Initiatives Program (LaSIP) at $500,000 per year from FY 2006-07 through FY
      2010-11. Funding is contingent upon the provision of a like sum from the Board of
      Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) and continued financial support from the
      Louisiana Legislature.

REQUEST FROM LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY-BATON ROUGE FOR MATCHING
FUNDS FOR A NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
SYSTEM ACQUISITION PROPOSAL

      On motion of Regent Rasberry, seconded by Regent Henry, the Board voted
      unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Sponsored Programs Committee to
      commit funds from previously unspent monies in the Board of Regents Support Fund
      for the High Performance Computing System Acquisition proposal being submitted by
      the LSU Center for Computation and Technology. The amount of matching funds
      provided for the proposal shall be $180,000 per year for the four-year duration of the
      award, for a total of $720,000. Matching funds are to be provided only if NSF funding is
      received.

CONSIDERATION OF FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE JOINTLY SPONSORED
(REGENTS/NASA) LaSPACE GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS PROGRAM COMPONENT

      On motion of Regent Rasberry, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously
      to accept the recommendation of the Sponsored Programs Committee to approve the
      LaSPACE consultants’ report and funding recommendation relative to the seven
      recommended new Graduate Fellows for academic year 2006-07. It is further
      recommended that the new fellowships be paid from $60,000 of FY 2005-06 Support
      Fund money allocated to the LaSPACE Graduate Fellowships program, with the
      remainder ($77,500) to come from LaSPACE funds provided by NASA.

BOARD OF REGENTS SUPPORT FUND (BoRSF) ADVISORY COMMITTEE, PLANNING
Minutes: Board of Regents                 Page 9                            January 26, 2006

COMMITTEE, AND EPSCoR SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP NOMINATIONS

       On motion of Regent Rasberry, seconded by Regent Henry, the Board voted
       unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Sponsored Programs Committee to
       approve nominations from the Louisiana Community and Technical College System
       (LCTCS) to: (1) replace Ms. Reba Poulson with Dr. Angel Royal as one of its
       representatives on the BoRSF Planning Committee and its sole representative on the
       BoRSF Advisory Committee; and (2) replace Dr. Jerry Pinsel with Dr. Toya Barnes-
       Teamer as its second representative on the BoRSF Planning Committee. The Sponsored
       Programs Committee further recommended approval of the nomination from Tulane
       University to replace Dr. Nicholas J. Altiero with Dr. Laura Levy as its representative
       on the BoRSF EPSCoR Subcommittee.

UPDATE RELATIVE TO THE K-16 PARTNERSHIPS FOR SCHOOL REFORM PROGRAM

      Dr. Davidson noted that an update on the K-16 Partnerships for School Reform Program was

given. He said that eleven campuses have submitted proposals requesting $5.4 million and a

Committee will review the submitted proposals on March 15-17, 2006.

ADOPTION OF A REVISED INVESTMENT POLICY FOR THE LOUISIANA BOARD OF
REGENTS ENDOWED CHAIRS AND ENDOWED PROFESSORSHIPS PROGRAMS

      Regent Brame asked that the work of the Advisory Committee, institutional representatives,

and Regents’ staff to develop the revised “Investment Policy for the Louisiana Board of Regents

Endowed Chairs and Endowed Professorships” be recognized.

       On motion of Regent Rasberry, seconded by Regent Henry, the Board voted
       unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Sponsored Programs Committee to
       adopt the revised “Louisiana Board of Regents Endowed Chair and Endowed
       Professorship Programs Statement of Investment Policy and Objectives.” The work of
       the Advisory Committee, institutional representatives and Regents’ staff is appreciated.

ADOPTION OF THE SPONSORED PROGRAMS COMMITTEE MEETING REPORT OF
JANUARY 25, 2006

       On motion of Regent Rasberry, seconded by Regent Brame, the Board voted
       unanimously to adopt the Sponsored Programs Committee Meeting Report of January
       25, 2006. (Copy on file in the office of the Board of Regents.)

                                 TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
Minutes: Board of Regents                    Page 10                            January 26, 2006

      On behalf of Regent Smith, Vice Chair of the Technology Committee, Mr. Killebrew

presented the Technology Committee Report of January 25, 2006.

REPORT OF THE ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONER FOR INFORMATION AND LEARNING
TECHNOLOGY

      Mr. Killebrew noted there were updates on the Statewide E-Learning Support Center

(SELSC) plan, the LEARNET Loop Wireless Project, along with updates on the Louisiana Optical

Network (LONI).

POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION RESPONSE TO HURRICANES KATRINA AND RITA

      Mr. Killebrew stated that several issues were discussed: (1) post-secondary education

responses to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita; (2) a special mention of the SLOAN Semester, an online

education program conceived and implemented by Dr. Bruce Chaloux of the Southern Regional

Education Board (SREB); and (3) a series of Webinars to be produced in February and March as

training sessions for post-secondary personnel relative to disaster preparedness/response/recovery.

ADOPTION OF THE TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE MEETING REPORT OF JANUARY 25,
2006
     On motion of Regent Smith, seconded by Regent Terrell, the Board voted unanimously
     to adopt the Technology Committee Meeting Report of January 25, 2006. (Copy on file in
     the office of the Board of Regents.)

              PLANNING, RESEARCH, AND PERFORMANCE COMMITTEE

      On behalf of Regent Levy, Chair of the Planning, Research, and Performance Committee,

Dr. Larry Tremblay, Associate Commissioner for Planning and Research, presented motions from the

Planning, Research, and Performance Committee Report of January 25, 2006.

PROPRIETARY SCHOOLS

       On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted unanimously
       to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research, and Performance Committee
       to approve an initial operating license for Baton Rouge
Minutes: Board of Regents                   Page 11                             January 26, 2006

       School of Court Reporting, LLC, located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
       On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Henry, the Board voted unanimously to
       accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research, and Performance Committee to
       approve an initial operating license for Central Louisiana School for Dental Assisting,
       located in Alexandria, Louisiana.
       On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted unanimously
       to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research, and Performance Committee
       to approve an initial operating license for SEC Training Centers, Louisiana Branch,
       located in Bastrop, Louisiana.
       On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted unanimously
       to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research, and Performance Committee
       to approve an Associate in Occupational Studies Degree program in Office
       Administration at Gretna Career College, located in Gretna, Louisiana.

      Dr. Tremblay stated that the first motion regarding license renewals would include schools not
impacted by the hurricanes.
       On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted unanimously
       to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research, and Performance Committee
       to renew the licenses of the following proprietary schools (initial license date in
       parentheses):

       American Commercial College (12/05/02)
       Becker Professional Review--Lake Charles (12/09/04)
       Diesel Driving Academy--Lafayette Branch (01/27/05)
       Herzing College – Kenner (12/11/03)
       High-Tech Institute--Orlando (12/05/02)
       IAMN Computer Training Center (12/11/03)
       Infinity Hypnosis Institute, Inc. (12/05/02)
       LaFourche Merchant Marine Training Services, Inc. (12/14/89)
       Legally Speaking (12/06/01)
       Louisiana School of Bartending, LLC (01/22/04)
       Martin International, Inc. (12/16/82)
       NASCAR Technical Institute (12/05/02)
       National Driving Academy, Inc. (12/05/96)
       New Orleans Academy of Culinary Arts (12/09/04)
       Southland School of Taxidermy (01/27/94)
       Southwest Paralegal College (12/07/00)

      Dr. Tremblay stated that the second motion included those proprietary schools which had

complete and compliant applications, but remained closed due to the impact of the hurricanes.
Minutes: Board of Regents                    Page 12                             January 26, 2006

        On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted unanimously
        to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research, and Performance Committee
        to renew the licenses of the following proprietary schools (initial license date in
        parentheses). However, any proprietary school listed below, prior to resuming classes
        must have completed the following tasks:

        a.   submitted for staff approval a plan detailing steps to be taken to reopen;
             and

        b.   submitted to staff copies of the necessary permits/clearances from
             appropriate local/state officials.

        A site visit from Board of Regents’ Proprietary School Section Staff will be undertaken
        within 30 days of school’s reopening.

        TNT Training Center (12/11/03)
        Kenner Health Careers Institute (12/11/03)
        TranportSafe Training Center, Inc. (12/07/95)

        On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted unanimously
        to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research and Performance Committee to
        not renew the license of Academy of Casino Dealing, located in Kenner, Louisiana.

        Dr. Tremblay stated that inquiries had been made concerning Cameron College located in
New Orleans, and Blue Cliff College located in Baton Rouge. He noted that Cameron College had
sustained severe damage and was not open at this time. He also stated that Blue Cliff College was
open.
LICENSURE

        On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent D’Aquin, the Board voted unanimously
        to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research and Performance Committee to
        renew the licenses of the following institutions:

        1. Southwest University
        2. University of South Alabama

NATIONAL GUARD POLICY

        On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Rasberry, the Board voted unanimously
        to accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research and Performance Committee to
        revise its policy Reservist and National Guard Mobilization/Activation for Louisiana
        Public Higher Education Institutions,
Minutes: Board of Regents                Page 13                              January 26, 2006

       Section I.A. allowing for a 100% refund of all tuition and fees for guardsmen/reservists
       mobilized/activated during the first fourteen class days of a regular semester (seven days
       for summer sessions).

DUAL ENROLLMENT POLICY

       On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent Henry, the Board voted unanimously to
       accept the recommendation of the Planning, Research and Performance Committee to
       endorse the recommendations approved by the High School Redesign Commission for
       the Dual Enrollment Program.

ACT 506 OF 2005 (HB505)

      Dr. Tremblay noted that an update was given on Act 506 of 2005 (House Bill 505). He

explained that Act 506 of 2005 required the Commissioner of Higher Education to develop a plan for

the organization of the technical college division of the Louisiana Community and Technical College

System (LCTCS). Dr. Tremblay stated that the plan has been submitted to the LCTCS Board of

Supervisors for action.

REPORT FROM THE ASSOCIATE COMMISSIONER

       Dr. Tremblay reported on two matters:

       A     Preliminary enrollment figures for Spring 2006 at the Learning Center for Rapides
             Parish; and

       B.    An Enrollment Recovery Workshop to be held in Baton Rouge on January 31 and
             February 1, 2006 hosted by Noel-Levitz and the Board of Regents.

ADOPTION OF THE PLANNING, RESEARCH AND PERFORMANCE COMMITTEE
MEETING REPORT OF JANUARY 25, 2006

       On motion of Regent Levy, seconded by Regent D’Aquin, the Board voted unanimously
       to adopt the Planning, Research and Performance Committee Meeting Report of
       January 25, 2006. (Copy on file in the office of the Board of Regents.)

                                  EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

      On behalf of Regent Toups, Mr. Vandal presented motions from the Executive Committee
Minutes: Board of Regents                    Page 14                              January 26, 2006

Report of January 25, 2006.

FEDERAL RELIEF FUNDS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

         Mr. Vandal stated a briefing on the federal relief funds for higher education was given. He
said the discussion included: (1) the allocations of $10 million in federal assistance to higher
education due to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, The funds had been approved by Congress and
allocated to the U.S. Department of Education for distribution to institutions that enrolled hurricane
displaced students in Fall 2005; (2) A distribution of $27 million in federal student aid based on
reallocation of unexpended campus-based funds from the 2004-05 award year with Louisiana
institutions to receive approximately $17 million of the $27 million; and (3) a recent decision
allowing the USDoE the authority to waive the repayment of Title IV funds from students who
withdrew from impacted institutions.


       Mr. Vandal noted that Commissioner Savoie discussed the supplemental appropriation of $95
million authorized by P.L. 109-148, the Department of Defense, Emergency Supplemental
Appropriations to Address Hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, and Pandemic Influenza Act 2006. He
continued by informing the Board that an agreement has been signed between the USDoE and the
Board of Regents for the administration of the $95 million appropriation. Chair Toups commended
the presidents and chancellors of the impacted institutions for their cooperative endeavors in
formulating recommendations on the distribution of the $95 million.

After further discussion,

       On motion of Regent Toups, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
       accept the recommendation of the Executive Committee to authorize the Executive
       Committee to approve the distribution of the $95 million in federal funds appropriated
       by Congress for assistance to students and institutions affected by Hurricanes Katrina
       and Rita.

UPDATE ON DESEGREGATION SETTLEMENT

       On motion of Regent Toups, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted
Minutes: Board of Regents                   Page 15                              January 26, 2006

       unanimously to accept the recommendation of the Executive Committee to authorize the
       Chairman of the Board and the Commissioner of Higher Education to act as the Board’s
       representatives on issues that may arise prior to the next regularly scheduled meeting of
       the Board of Regents that involved desegregation settlement agreement issues.

      Regent Strong asked if a consensus could be reached prior to the next Board meeting
regarding land grant issues in the desegregation settlement agreement. Ms. Koury was not sure if an
agreement would be reached, therefore, Regent Strong ask that the motion be amended by removal of
the words “the next regularly” in the motion. This would allow the Chairman of the Board and the
Commissioner of Higher Education to act as the Board’s representatives at any time.

       On motion of Regent Toups, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
       accept the recommendation of the Executive Committee to authorize the Chairman of
       the Board and the Commissioner of Higher Education to act as the Board’s
       representatives on issues that may arise prior to scheduled meetings of the Board of
       Regents that involved desegregation settlement agreement issues.

ADOPTION OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING REPORT OF DECEMBER 7, 2005

       On motion of Regent Toups, seconded by Regent Levy, the Board voted unanimously to
       adopt the Executive Committee Report on January 25, 2006. (Copy on file in the office of
       the Board of Regents.)

            REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMISSIONER

       Commissioner Savoie reported on the following items:

       •    High School Redesign Public Forum in the Louisiana Purchase Room at 4:00 p.m.
            today;

       •   Speak at a strategy session of the Board of Supervisors for the University of
           Louisiana System;

       •   January 31/Feb 1, 2006, Louisiana Post-secondary Enrollment Recovery Workshop
           hosted by Noel-Levitz and the Board of Regents;

       •   Speak to the Board of Supervisors for the Louisiana Community and Technical
           College System about House Bill 505;

       •    Special Session from February 6-17, 2006;
Minutes: Board of Regents                Page 16                         January 26, 2006

       •   The High School to College and Careers Forum on February 13, 2006.

ADJOURNMENT

       There being no further business to come before the Board, Regent Toups declared the meeting

adjourned at 9:50 a.m.




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   ATTACHMENT 11
ORGANIZATIONAL CHART
                                ATTACHMENT 12
                 THE UNIVERSITY’S STRATEGIC PLAN -- VISION 2005
                      (EFFECTIVE AY 2001 THROUGH AY 2006)

                                     VISION 2005
                           SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY


                                  STRATEGIC MISSION
                         The mission of Southeastern is to lead the
          educational, economic and cultural development of southeast Louisiana


                                     CORE VALUES
                                       Excellence
                                         Caring
                                      Community
                                        Diversity
                                        Integrity
                                        Learning
                                      Scholarship
                                         Service


                                STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

Strategic Priority 1. To recruit, advance, and graduate qualified students
Through reputation, geographic location, and creative marketing approaches, Southeastern
attracts a diverse, prepared student body. The University promotes personal growth,
student success, and retention as well as the development of intellect and character through
academic, social, vocational, and wellness programs. Southeastern offers a safe, friendly
and inclusive environment in which students are known by name and respected as
individuals. Timely completion of degree programs and success in a competitive job market
are important indicators of success.

Strategic Priority 2. To address change in a new community of learners through
effective instruction and relevant curricula
Southeastern offers credit and non-credit educational experiences that emphasize
challenging, relevant course content and innovative, effective delivery systems. Our
educational programs are based on vital and evolving curricula that address emerging
regional, national, and international priorities, and we offer degrees at all levels.
Recognizing that today’s students have unique needs, the University moves learning
beyond the traditional boundaries of time and place. Global perspectives are broadened
through programs which offer the opportunity to work and study abroad. Together,
Southeastern and the community provide a broad array of cultural activities that complete
the total educational experience.
Strategic Priority 3. To foster the development and effective utilization of faculty and
staff
The University recognizes and values individuals who contribute the time, talents, and
resources essential to success. Acknowledging that human potential is a most important
resource, the University provides healthy, positive working environments that maximize
ability and productivity and offers competitive salaries. The University encourages and
supports activities that provide for the professional development of faculty and staff,
particularly exemplary programs that promote and contribute to excellence in scholarship,
teaching, and service.

Strategic Priority 4. To strengthen collaboration and partnerships in internal and
external communities
Southeastern embraces active partnerships that benefit faculty, students and the region we
serve. Collaborative efforts are varied and dynamic; range from local to global; and
encompass education, business, industry, and the public sector. Of particular interest are
partnerships that directly or indirectly contribute to economic renewal and diversification as
described in Louisiana: Vision 2020, the state’s master plan for economic development.
Working across unit, department, college and intercollegiate boundaries, the University
seeks creative multi-disciplinary approaches to internal and external challenges. Clear,
open, and regular communication is the cornerstone of effective collaboration and
partnership.

Strategic Priority 5. To enhance and utilize the physical and technological
infrastructure
A reliable, consistent physical and technological foundation is fundamental to the operations
of Southeastern. The University’s buildings and grounds are attractive, functional, and well-
maintained. Recognizing that advanced technology is an integral component of all
academic and administrative activity, state-of-the-art information delivery systems and
academic computing resources are available to all faculty, staff, and students.
Southeastern also strives to remain on the forefront of these evolving technologies.

Strategic Priority 6. To increase, diversify, and effectively manage funding
Southeastern generates and wisely allocates the resources necessary to achieve our
strategic goals and objectives. The University seeks an equitable distribution of state
appropriations among institutions of higher learning. Creative university development
campaigns provide substantial support from the public. Other sources of support include
highly successful programs of sponsored funding and continuing education. Southeastern
will continue its reputation of entrepreneurial arrangements that present new opportunities
to advance University goals.
                             ATTACHMENT 13
        LOADS AND DUTIES OF FACULTY TEACHING WITHIN THE PROGRAM

As required by the University of Louisiana System, all faculty must have the equivalent of 15
semester credit hours (CHs) per semester. Currently, graduate faculty teaching courses at
the Master’s level teach no more than 9 CHs per semester with 6 CHs reassigned for
research and service. Doctoral faculty will teach no more than 6 CHs. Doctoral program
courses are underlined.

          Faculty               AY 05-06 Assignment                Tentative AY 06-07
                                                                      Assignment
Dr. Fred Dembowski            Fall 05                          Fall 06
                              • Dept Head (6 CHs)              • Dept Head (6 CHs)
                              • EDF 710 Public School          • EDF 800 Intro to Research
Professor
                                  Finance (3 CHs)                  Design (3 CHs)
                              • Research -Endowed              • Research -Endowed
Southeastern Louisiana            Professorship (3 CHs)            Professorship (3 CHs)
University                    • Graduate Research/ Service     • Graduate Research/ Service
                                  (3 CHs)                          (3 CHs)

                              Spring 06                        Spring 07
                              • Dept Head (6 CHs)              • Dept Head (6 CHs)
                              • Doctoral Program               • EDF 800 Intro to Research
                                  Preparation (3 CHs)              Design (3 CHs)
                              • Research -Endowed              • Research -Endowed
                                  Professorship (3 CHs)            Professorship (3 CHs)
                              • Graduate Research/ Service     • Graduate Research/ Service
                                  (3 CHs)                          (3 CHs)
Dr. Tony Armenta              Fall 05                          Fall 06
                              • Coordinator, Master’s          • EDL 725 Practicum in Educ.
                                  Program, Administration (3       Admin. (3 CHs)
Associate Professor               CHs)                         • EDL 721 School Law (3 CHs)
                              • EDF 721 School Law (3          • EDF 642 School Personnel
Southeastern Louisiana            CHs)                             Admin. (3 CHs)
University                    • EDF 709 Practicum in           • Tenure Track
                                  Supervision (1 CH)               Research/Service (3 CHs)
                              • EDF 725 Practicum in Educ.     • Graduate Research/ Service
                                  Admin. (2 CHs)                   (3 CHs)
                              • Tenure Track
                                  Research/Service (3 CHs)     Spring 07
                              • Graduate Research/ Service     • EDL 811 Management of
                                  (3 CHs)                         Educ. Orgs. (3 CHs)
                                                               • EDF 721 School Law (3
                              Spring 06                           CHs)
                              • EDF 642 School Personnel       • Doctoral Faculty (3 CHs)
                                 Admin. (3 CHs)                • Tenure Track
                              • EDF 721 School Law (3             Research/Service (3 CHs)
                                 CHs)                          • Graduate Research/ Service
                              • EDF 725 Practicum in Educ.        (3 CHs)
                                 Admin. (3 CHs)
                              • Tenure Track
                                 Research/Service (3 CHs)
                         •   Graduate Research/ Service
                             (3 CHs)
Dr. Thomas Devaney       Fall 05                          Fall 06
                         • EDF 600 Educational            • EDF 600 Educational
                             Research (3 CHs)                 Research (3 CHs)
Associate Professor
                         • EDF 600 Educational            • EDF 600 Educational
                             Research (3 CHs)                 Research (3 CHs)
Southeastern Louisiana   • EDF 600 Educational            • EDF 600 Educational
University                   Research 0 (3 CHs)               Research (3 CHs)
                         • Tenure Track                   • Tenure Track
                             Research/Service (3 CHs)         Research/Service (3 CHs)
                         • Graduate Research/ Service     • Graduate Research/ Service
                             (3 CHs)                          (3 CHs)

                         Spring 06                        Spring 07
                         • EDF 701 Educational            • EDF 701 Educational
                            Statistics (3 CHs)               Statistics (3 CHs)
                         • EDF 600 Educational            • EDF 801 Writing for
                            Research (3 CHs)                 Research (3 CHs)
                         • EDF 600 Educational            • Doctoral Faculty
                            Research (3 CHs)              • Tenure Track
                         • Tenure Track                      Research/Service (3 CHs)
                            Research/Service (3 CHs)      • Graduate Research/ Service
                         • Graduate Research/ Service        (3 CHs)
                            (3 CHs)

Dr. Kenneth Lane         New Hire at Southeastern         Fall 06
                         effective 7/15/06                • EDL 710 Public School
                                                              Finance (3 CHs)
Professor
                                                          • EDL 711 Advanced School
                                                              Administration (3 CHs)
Southeastern Louisiana                                    • Ed.D. Program Coordinator
University                                                    (3 CHs)
                                                          • Tenure Track
                                                              Research/Service (3 CHs)
                                                          • Graduate Research/ Service
                                                              (3 CHs)

                                                          Spring 07
                                                          • EDL 642 School Personnel
                                                             Administration (3 CHs)
                                                          • EDF 830 Leadership of
                                                             Curriculum Theory & Design
                                                             (3 CHs)
                                                          • Doctoral Faculty
                                                          • Tenure Track
                                                             Research/Service (3 CHs)
                                                          • Graduate Research/ Service
                                                             (3 CHs)
Dr. John Fulwiler   New Hire at Southeastern   Fall 05
                    effective 7/15/06          • EDF 810 Leadership Theory
                                                   (3 CHs)
Professor
                                               • ETEC 660 Educ Tech.
                                                   Leadership for Change (3
                                                   CHs)
                                               • Doctoral Faculty (3 CHs)
                                               • Tenure Track
                                                   Research/Service (3 CHs)
                                               • Graduate Research/ Service
                                                   (3 CHs)

                                               Spring 06
                                               • EDF 810 Leadership Theory
                                                  (3 CHs)
                                               • ETEC 635 Legal issues in
                                                  the Digital Age (3 CHs)
                                               • Doctoral Faculty
                                               • Tenure Track
                                                  Research/Service (3 CHs)
                                               • Graduate Research/ Service
                                                  (3 CHs)
                            ATTACHMENT 14
       TABLE OF CONTENTS OF SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY’S
                          FACULTY HANDBOOK

Part I: Organizational Structure of Southeastern Louisiana University
   A: Governing Boards
   B. Institutional Purpose Statement
   C. University Strategic Plan
   D. Organizational Chart
   E. University Administrative Positions
   F. Performance Evaluation Administrators

Part II: General University Employment
  A. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Plan
  B. Nondiscrimination Against and Accommodation of Individuals with Disabilities
  C. Equal Opportunity in Education
  D. AIDS Policy
  E. Harassment Policy
  F. Policy Regarding Violence in the Workplace
  G. Domestic Violence in the Workplace
  H. State of Louisiana Employee Substance Abuse and Drug-Free Workplace Policy
  I. Southeastern Louisiana University’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy
  J. Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Policy
  K. Drug/Alcohol Testing
  L. Code of Ethics for Public Employees
  M. Loyalty Oath
  N. Use of University Materials, Facilities, and Labor
  O. Employment of Members of the Same Family
  P. State of Louisiana Dual Employment Law
  Q. Personnel File Policy
  R. Vacancy Announcements
  S. Medical Examinations
  T. Outside Employment Policy
  U. Fraud Policy

Part III: Policies Governing Employment of Faculty
  A. Appointment to the Faculty
  B. Employee Identification Cards
  C. Termination and Notification
  D. Investigations of Misconduct
  E. Evaluation of Faculty
  F. Procedure for Resolving Faculty Complaints
  G. Orientation of New Faculty Members
  H. Tenure and Promotion Guidelines
  I. English Language Fluency
  J. Emeritus Titles
  K. Termination/Severe Sanction of Tenured Faculty for Cause
  L. Summer Teaching Assignments and Compensation

Part IV: Responsibilities and Duties of Faculty
  A. Basic Duties of Faculty Members
  B. Office Hours
  C. Telephones and Fax Machines
  D. Building Security and Building Keys
  E. Confidentiality of Information
  F. Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
  G. Employee Check Out Procedure
  H. Tutoring for Compensation
  I. Guidelines for Approval of Supplemental Compensation
  J. Field Trips
  K. Teaching Loads
  L. Instructional Practices
  M. Standards for Distance Education
  N. Selection of Textbooks
  O. Academic Integrity
  P. Student Opinion of Teaching
  Q. Misconduct of Research
  R. Graduate Faculty Status
  S. Submission of Changes in Curricula
  T. Academic Advising
  U. Faculty Involvement in Outcomes Assessment Activities
  V. Attendance at Convocation, Commencements, Faculty Meetings

Part V: Rights and Privileges Pertaining to Faculty
  A. Salary Schedule
  B. Health Center
  C. Benefits Program
  D. Leave Policies
  E. Worker’s Compensation
  F. President’s Awards for Excellence
  G. Course Work by Employees of the University
  H. Use of Linus A. Sims Memorial Library by Faculty and Staff
  I. Other Services Available to Faculty and Staff
  J. Academic Freedom and Professional Responsibility
  K. Center for Faculty Excellence
  L. Support for Scholarly Research Through the Research Grants Committee

Part VI: Other Policies and Procedures
  A. Casual Visitors
  B. Pets on Campus
  C. Fire, Extended Coverage, and Theft Insurance
   D. Workplace Searches
   E. Smoking Policy
   F. Computer Policy
   G. Web Site Polity
   H. E-Mail Policy
   I. Campus Copy Center
   J. Copyright Policy
   K. Policies and Procedures Related to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
   L. University Bulletin Boards
   M. Academic Calendar
   N. Employee Safety Meetings
   O. Campus Traffic Regulations
   P. Safe Driver Program
   Q. Travel Policies
   R. Intellectual Property Policy
   S. Scheduling Events on Campus
   T. Southeastern By-Lion Newsletter
   U. Catering Procedures
   V. Space Management Policy
   W. Litigation Policy
   X. University Mail Guidelines

Part VII: Community-University Relations
  A. Political Activity: Seeking and Holding Public Office
  B. Selling or Soliciting on Campus
  C. Public Information and Publications
  D. Southeastern’s Graphic Standards and Use of University Name
  E. Coordination of Fundraising with the Development Office

Part VIII: University Procedures in Emergency Situations
  A. Procedures in the Event of an Emergency

Part IX: Participation in University Governance
  A. University Councils and Committees


Full text of Faculty Handbook can be found at:
http://www2.selu.edu/documents/policies/faculty_handbook/index.htm
                            ATTACHMENT 15
       TABLE OF CONTENTS OF SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY’S
                          STUDENT HANDBOOK

Index:
• Student Affairs Mission Statement
• Project Safe Campus
• Vice President for Student Affairs
• Assistant Dean of Student Development
• Campus Activities Board (CAB)
• Leadership Development
• Career Services
• Disability Services Office
• Judicial Affairs
• Multicultural/ International Student Affairs
• Recreational Sports and Wellness
• Student Organizations/Greek Life
• Student Government Association
• Student Publications/Technology
• University Counseling Center (UCC)
• War Memorial Student Union
• The Corner Pocket Game Room
• Student Housing and Residential Services
• University Bookstore
• Textbook Rental
• Campus Dining Services
• Campus Card Operations
• Post Office
• University Police Department

Other Services:
• Linus A. Sims Memorial Library
• Vera W. Thomason Health Center
• Student Immunization Policy
• Student Health Insurance
• Southeastern Testing Office

Student Policies:
• Alcohol Consumption Regulations (On and Off Campus)
• Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance Statement
• Computer Policies
• Copyright Policy
• Drug and Alcohol Policy
• Hazing Policy
•   Intellectual Property
•   Sexual/Racial Harassment Policies, Grievance Procedures
•   Sign Posting Policy
•   Student Code of Conduct
•   University Academic Rules, Grading System


The full text of the Student Handbook may be found at:
http://www2.selu.edu/StudentAffairs/Handbook/2003/
                                 ATTACHMENT 16
                  SUMMARY OF OBJECTIVES/STUDENT OUTCOMES
                      IN ED.D. DEGREE PROGRAM COURSES

EDL/EDCI 810 - Leadership Theory and Practice
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to understand and implement:
1.    Current definitions of skillful administrative leadership and its potential for
      organizational transformation.
2.    The change process and the leadership skills involved in managing and sustaining
      that process.
3.    The changes in rules, roles and relationships related to leadership in restructured
      schools.
4.    Total quality management as applied to educational leadership.
5.    Problem-solving strategies and techniques.
6.    Initiation, management, and evaluation of change processes through a
      comprehensive examination of leadership used to analyze case studies.
7.    Application of leadership and applicable theories to “real” school problems through
      the use of case studies and simulation.
8.    Philosophical, ethical, social and economic influences that impact contemporary
      public schooling and leadership responses as they analyze problems and suggest
      strategies for resolving them.
9.    Development of a plan for building linkages between district goals and community
      priorities after making an analysis of their area school or district.
10.   Analysis of a school organization including school or district improvement plans, local
      policy manuals, teacher and student handbooks, and school safety plans.
11.   Leadership theory and its application in the role of a school leader through
      preparation of a paper on how to articulate the district’s vision, mission, and how to
      build support among constituent groups.
12.   Contemporary intellectual movements and their impact on the work of schools and
      preparation of an analysis of varied school activities through the use of these
      movements.


EDL 812 - Supervision In Educational Settings
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to understand and implement:
1.    Evolving concepts and strategies of supervision;
2.    The role of supervision in facilitating professional development;
3.    Current supervisory practices;
4.    The place of supervision in evaluating curriculum and instruction;
5.    The development of systems for observation and analysis of classroom instruction;
6.    The development of systems for observation and analysis of building and central
      office administrators
7.    How to conduct field work using selected strategies.
EDL/EDFL 820 - Legal Issues and Ethics in Educational Organizations
OBJECTIVES:

Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to understand and implement:
1.    Techniques of legal research
2.    Louisiana and federal statutes and regulations
3.    Responsibilities to special populations
4.    Parental and student rights (e.g., FERPA)
5.    Church and state issues in education
6.    Contractual obligations
7.    Discrimination
8.    Ethics
9.    Anticipated future issues in education law


EDL/EDFL 821- Politics and Community Relations
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Explore emerging issues and trends that potentially impact the school community
2.    Examine the conditions and dynamics of the diverse school community
3.    Identify community resources that impact student achievement
4.    Develop community relations plans and marketing strategies and processes for
      benefiting school improvement
5.    Study successful models of school, family, business, community, government, and
      higher education partnerships.
6.    Examine the political, social, cultural, and economic systems and processes that
      impact schools.


EDL 823 - FIDUCIARY MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Become familiar with the literature encompassing theoretical issues and concepts
      related to educational finance and school business management.
2.    Become aware of legislation, regulations, laws and procedures related to fiduciary
      operations of schools,
3.    Critically examine sources of public revenue and their appropriateness in
      financing education.
4.    Become familiar with the school level, educational organization level, state and
      federal levels public school finance programs,
5.    Review recent research in school finance.
6.    Gain an awareness of the politics of school finance reform.
7.    Show reasonable skill in applying various tools available to the school business
      manager.
8.    Identify and analyze general functions of educational business management,
      including administering a school budget, the accounting and auditing process,
      purchasing, transportation, food service, enrollment management and risk
      management/insurance.


EDL 830 - Foundations of Curriculum Theory and Design
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able:
1.    To investigate and evaluate educational assumptions commonly held in American
      culture, as seen through educational philosophical systems and curricular theories.
2.    To analyze hypotheses concerning possible contributions of philosophy to the
      increase of the effectiveness of curriculum design.
3.    To investigate the theoretical reasons underlying observed curriculum and
      professional practices.
4.    To give the student the opportunity to understand and explain his/her own
      assumptions as to the basic problems of educational practice and curriculum
      development.
5.    To offer the student a chance to become involved in a systematic, comprehensive,
      and open-minded inquiry into the present state and future possibilities of curriculum
      development.
6.    To present thought-provoking problem situations for class discussion.


EDL/EDCI 831 - Critical Analysis of Current Research on Effective Educational
Practice
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to understand and implement:
1.    Identification of best practices in school settings
2.    Critical analysis/discussion of professional educational research studies reporting
      educational practices and resultant student achievement
3.    Conducting of action research related to best practices as a field-based experience
4.    Writing research paper proposals for submission to professional organization
      meetings


EDL/EDFL- 832 Educational Evaluation
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Discuss the historical, political, and social contexts of evaluation activities
2.    Explain and illustrate the most common models of evaluation discussed in the
      literature
3.    Discuss the concepts of quality and continuous quality improvement;
4.    Plan, design and conduct evaluation studies in a school/district setting;
5.    Explain and illustrate the potential uses of evaluation studies to enhance
      organizational learning.
6.    Design methodology and educational evaluation strategies for collection and use of
      school and student data
7.    Demonstrate uses of information sources, data collection and data analysis
8.    Discuss and plan for authentic, psychometrically sound methods for assessment of
      student learning
9.    Design strategies for monitoring progress toward reaching school goals
10.   Design and implement data collection, analysis, interpretation and program
      evaluation


EDL/EDFL 840 - Change Theory
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Understand the process of change and its underpinnings
2.    Comprehend the needs of individual facilities, groups, and organization in order to
      diagnose problems
3.    Develop and apply appropriate interventions as active solutions to the problems


EDL/EDFL 841 - Organizational Development for Learning Communities
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to understand and implement:
1.    Identification of leadership theories for creating learning communities
2.    Identification of characteristics of professional learning communities
3.    Analysis/discussion of research on the effects of collaborative cultures on student
      achievement
4.    Analysis/discussion of the effectiveness of leadership strategies through case studies
5.    Practice of effective leadership strategies through simulations and field experience
6.    Conducting of action research related to organizational development and learning
      communities


EDL 842 - Culture, Climate and Change Leadership
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to understand and implement:
1.    Strategies for implementing and managing school change for systems, organizations,
      and individuals
2.    The role of leadership in a modern society
3.    Group process strategies
4.    Strategies for respecting the current culture while working toward change
5.    American public and private education history
6.    Familiarization with the foundations and principles guiding American public education
7.    An understanding of the larger context of educational practice and the school’s role in
      a contemporary American culture
8.    Familiarization with appropriate responses necessary to work well within the larger
      context of the schools locally, state-wide, and nationally.
9.    An awareness of the definition and meaning of diversity, multiculturalism, and
      globalism for educational curricula and programs
EDL 802 - Quantitative Methods
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Demonstrate techniques of exploratory data analysis.
2.    Differentiate between parametric and nonparametric testing procedures.
3.    Describe and utilize analyses including ANOVA, regression analyses, discriminate
      analyses, canonical correlation, and factor analyses.
4.    Demonstrate the ability to create, edit, update, transfer, and manage data files as
      well as the ability to transfer and retrieve data using the internet and e-mail.
5.    Demonstrate the ability to create appropriate data structures for analyses using
      SPSS.
6.    Demonstrate the ability to interpret results of analyses for policy decision-making.
7.    Demonstrate the ability to communicate appropriately research findings for the writing
      of research reports using APA style.


EDL/EDFL 821 - Politics and Community Relations
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Explore emerging issues and trends that potentially impact the school community
2.    Examine the conditions and dynamics of the diverse school community
3.    Identify community resources that impact student achievement
4.    Develop community relations plans and marketing strategies and processes for
      benefiting school improvement
5.    Study successful models of school, family, business, community, government, and
      higher education partnerships.
6.    Examine the political, social, cultural, and economic systems and processes that
      impact schools.


EDL/EDFL 832 - Educational Evaluation
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Discuss the historical, political, and social contexts of evaluation activities;
2.    Explain and illustrate the most common models of evaluation discussed in the
      literature;
3.    Discuss the concepts of quality and continuous quality improvement;
4.    Plan, design and conduct evaluation studies in a school/district setting;
5.    Explain and illustrate the potential uses of evaluation studies to enhance
      organizational learning.


ETEC 850 - Strategic District-wide Technology Management
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Demonstrate foundational knowledge and application of management concepts as
      they to apply the management of technology at the strategic level in a school district-
      wide environment.
2.    Describe and identify conceptual frameworks for the development and evaluation of
      information technology management strategies.
3.    Plan systems at a macro-level ensuring appropriate integration with organizational
      strategies.


ETEC/IRED 895 - Overview of Current Educational Technology Practice
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    Describe the role of research in the field of Educational Technology (ET).
2.    Design an appropriate research study to investigate a problem relevant to the field of
      Educational Technology.
3.    Conduct a research study in an applied (school, district, or community agency) or
      experimental (lab, designed) setting.
4.    Analyze, interpret, and discuss various sets of data.
5.    Write a research report according to APA guidelines.
6.    Develop a proposal to present your research at a professional conference.
7.    Present the results of a research study according to professional guidelines.


EDF 995 – Doctoral Dissertation Completion
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course:
1.    The student will explore the fields of research design, research proposal
      development and the conduct of research projects as applied to their dissertation
      topic.
2.    The student will a review of literature as pertains to their dissertation topic.


3.    The student will design a conceptual framework, research design and data analysis
      plan as they pertain to their dissertation topic.
4.    The student will be able to critique research proposals & offer constructive advice.
5.    The student will form their Dissertation Committee & work with it closely.
6.    The student will write and defend their Dissertation.


EDL/EDFL 990 - DOCTORAL DISSERTATION CONTINUATION
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course:
1.    The student will explore the fields of research design, research proposal
      development and the conduct of research projects as applied to their dissertation
      topic.
2.    The student will a review of literature as pertains to their dissertation topic.
3.   The student will design a conceptual framework, research design and data analysis
     plan as they pertain to their dissertation topic.
4.   The student will be able to critique research proposals & offer constructive advice.
5.   The student will form their Dissertation Committee.
6.   The student will write and defend their Dissertation Proposal
7.   Be able to critique a research article and prepare a written analysis of the critique.
EDF 900 - Doctoral Dissertation Seminar
OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, the students will be able to:
1.    complete the Dissertation Proposal,
2.    successfully defend the Proposal before Faculty of the University,
3.    follow with submission of a complete IRB application which includes the Research
      Protocol, certifications and signatures, and curriculum vitae of principal investigator to
      the University Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects research (IRB).
4.    The student will take the online course offered by the National Institute of Health at
      the following website http://69.5.4.33/c01/ and submit the Certificate of Completion of
      the on-line course. Student must also submit an IRB application approved by
      Dissertation Chair.

				
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