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14 Instructional Weeks 11-99; 17-99; 8-03; 21-03; 17-12

15- Week Academic Calendar10-99

3-Year-and-Out Policy 4-94

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Absences 9-95

Academic Activities 5-69

Academic Affairs Search Committee 1-00

Academic Appointments 4-95; 31-14

Academic Calendar 9-90; 10-90; 29-94; 15-97; 8-99; 15-99; 1-01; 19-02; 6-03; 21-03; 1-04; 1-05; 1-06; 25-06; 29-06; 22-07; 21-08; 15-10; 17-12; 19-12; 20-13; 28-14; 33-15; 36-16; 21-17

Academic Distinction 18-99

Academic Faculty Senate 3-93

Academic Freedom 3-59; 1-64; 4-68; 17-94; 30-95 

Academic Integrity 27-95; 18-02; 28-04; 26-05; 8-06; 1-10; 19-10

Academic Policies 3-72; 4-93,24-99; 11-00; 30-14

Academic Prerequisites 2-60

Academic Programs, Formats for Proposing New 11-71; 38-04; 51-04; 20-09; 9-15

Academic Rank 1-68

Academic Renewal 21-02; 30-04; 2-11

Academic Suspension and Dismissal Policy 30-14

Accelerated Masters Programs 13-11; 20-17

Access to Student Records, Learning Management Systems and Permanent Record Systems  4-15

Accommodated Examinations  38-15

Accounting, B.S. 15-09;

Accounting, M.S.A. 12-14; 11-14

Actuarial Science Certificate 18-05

Ad Hoc Committees 12-70; 30-96

Adding a Course 27-05; 18-12

Additional Baccalaureate Degrees 10-10; 1-16

Additional Master's Degree 1-09

Adjunct Faculty 12-99; 35-15

Administrative Procedures 22-94; 4-97; 42-04; 20-08 

Admission 2-71

Adoption 2-89

Advance Placement 8-69

Aerospace Engineering Minor 23-13

Affiliated Faculty  36-15

Alternative Energy Technology, Interdisciplinary Minor 1-13

American Indian 2-72

Annual Community Feedback to the University  16-15

Anthropology, B.S. 5-06

Applications Programming 3-78

Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors, Ph.D. and M.S. 19-09;

Applied Ecology 28-96; 45-04

Applied Geophysics Minor 11-03

Applied Natural Resource Economics, MS 13-07

Applied Physics Degree, Ph.D. 5-87; 1-88; 46-11; 17-16

Applied Physics, M.S.  13-15

Applied Science Degree 13-96; 5-01 

Arts and Technology, BA 15-78

Assessment Liaisons 29-16

Assistantships: Teaching and Graduate 8-94

Associate Degrees 5-72; 8-74; 22-78; 6-89; 13-96; 27-11; 28-11; 29-11 

Association of Michigan Collegiate Faculties (AMCF) 24-78; 6-80

Athletic Council 14-78

Atmospheric Sciences Ph.D. 7-07

Attendance 19-94; 20-95; 24-13; 6-14 

Audio Visual 7-74

Automotive Systems and Controls, Graduate Certificate  14-17

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Baccalaureate Degrees: 7-77; 15-78; 17-78; 3-79; 3-82; 6-83; 6-86; 8-86; 12-94; 13-94; 28-96; 17-97; 2-98; 3-98; 6-98; 25-99; 14-00; 14-01; 3-03; 4-03; 13-03; 4-04; 21-04; 31-04; 32-04; 33-04; 35-04; 37-04; 47-04; 48-04; 49-04; 11-05; 12-05; 13-05; 14-05; 15-05; 16-05; 28-05; 29-05; 30-05; 31-05; 5-06; 12-06; 15-06; 17-06; 14-07; 7-08; 10-09; 11-09; 12-09; 13-09; 14-09; 15-09; 10-10; 20-10; 21-10; 21-11; 22-11; 23-11; 24-11; 25-11; 26-11; 34-11; 35-11; 47-11; 9-12; 10-12; 12-12; 2-13; 8-13; 10:13; 19-13; 26-14; 44-15

Benefits 18-96; 20-96; 21-96; 22-96; 26-96; 16-99; 19-99; 22-00; 10-01; 34-15; 3-16

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, B.S. 12-06

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB), Ph.D 6-12

Bioethics, Minor  12-17

Biological Sciences 13-92; 12-94; 37-04; 22-05; 12-06; 6-12; 17-14

Bioinformatics, B.S. 14-01

Biomedical Applications Concentration in B.S. Electrical Engineering 14-15

Biomedical Engineering 14-00; 20-01; 6-02; 32-05; 7-12

Bioprocess Engineering Minor 22-05

Board of Control 14-02; 18-04; 6-06 

Budget 13-98; 9-00

Business Administration, BS 23-06

Business Analytics, Certificate 16-13

Business Analytics, Concentration 15-13

Business and Economics, School of: 23-06; 13-07 

By-Laws 5-60; 8-71; 18-95; 22-95; 6-96; 7-96; 8-96; 9-96; 14-96; 17-96; 3-00; 3-01; 4-01; 1-02; 1-03; 4-05; 24-05; 25-05; 1-07; 20-07; 3-08; 2-09; 8-14; 1-15, 11-15; 4-16; 22-17

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Calendar 7-72; 5-77; 12-77; 9-90; 10-90; 8-99; 10-99; 11-99; 15-99; 17-99; 26-99; 19-02; 6-03; 8-03; 21-03; 1-04; 1-05; 23-05; 1-06; 25-06 ; 29-06; 22-07; 21-08; 9-09; 20-11

Campus and Community 9-04

Career Fair, Scheduling Examinations, Projects, Presentations, Papers   5-16

Catalog Listings 13-70

Catalog Policy, Undergraduate  26-16

Center for Teaching, Learning and Faculty Development 5-96

Certificates 7-83; 4-89; 5-89; 10-92; 11-92; 5-97; 16-00; 17-00; 18-00; 10-02; 20-04; 23-04; 18-05; 2-06; 3-06; 6-07; 2-08; 6-08; 18-08; 19-08; 23-08; 6-10; 11-10; 26-10; 27-10; 4-11; 14-11; 16-11; 17-11; 30-11; 31-11; 36-11; 37-11; 6-13; 20-14; 30-15; 12-16; 13-16; 14-16; 15-16; 18-16;

Charter, Departmental 16-92 ; 5-95; 11-06; 22-08; 5-11 

Cheating 4-60; 8-06 

Chemical Engineering 3-90; 7-90; 13-96; 6-02; 17-04; 22-05

Chemical Engineering Technology 13-96; 19-04; 28-11

Chemistry 15-05; 16-05; 12-06; 6-12

ChemStores Proposal 6-94

Chief Executive of the University 36-04

Child Adoption 2-89

Chinese Language and Area Study, Certificate 6-13; 12-16

Civil Engineering 1-90; 5-90; 15-04; 6-07, 7-15 

Class Attendance Policy   20-95; 24-13; 6-14; 19-15; 35-16

Class Surveys 13-01

Classroom Use 15-96

Coaching Endorsement Certification 3-06

Coaching Fundamentals Minor 4-06

Cognitive and Learning Sciences Department 18-07

College Structure 8-63

Combined Degrees 4-63

Committee Assignments 19-06; 10-16

Communication and Culture Studies 47-04; 48-04; 49-04; 50-04; 8-11; 9-11; 10-11

Compensation for Senate Vice-President  6-15

Comprehensive Tuition Committee 25-95

Computational Science & Engineering, PhD 18-94

Computer Engineering, B.S. 13-97; 25-99 

Computer Engineering, M.S. 5-09

Computer Engineering, PhD 6-09

Computer Science, MS & PhD 2-79; 4-80; 7-01

Computer Network and System Administration BS 3-03

Computer Systems Science BS 4-03; 23-15

Computer Systems Concentration in Computer Science B.S. 26-15

Concentrations/Options and Focus Areas/Technical Areas of Emphasis Within Degree Programs 15-11; 14-15; 15-15; 26-15; 31-16

Confidentiality and Anonymity in Dept Chairs/School Deans Reviews and Balloting  16-148-16; 28-16; 1-17

Conflict of Interest 1-67; 23-95; 4-96; 11-96; 9-01; 22-01; 2-03; 38-11

Consenual Relationships 22-02

Constitution 1-62; 19-69; 20-69; 4-70; 5-70; 9-71; 3-74; 8-76; 10-77; 2-83; 3-83; 1-94; 10-97; 2-05; 3-05; 13-12; 2-15; 19-17

Construction Management: 32-04; 29-05

Co-op Education 15-69

Copper Country United Way 9-03

Copyright Policy regarding scholarly, academic and artistic works  23-14

Course Grades 20-12

Course Policy 2-67; 7-70; 13-70; 10-70; 1-71; 2-73; 2-75; 7-78; 4-86; 2-88; 3-88; 30-94; 17-02; 27-04; 27-05; 13-08; 18-12 

Curricular Policy Committee 3-68

Cybersecurity, M.S.  24-16

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Data Acquisition and Industrial Control Minor, Electrical Engineering Technology 11-11

Data Science, Non-Departmental Graduate Certificate 20-14

Data Science, Non-Departmental M.S. 19-14

Deans 12-95; 2-00; 12-01; 19-01; 24-04; 39-04; 3-07; 17-07; 19-07; 12-13; 13-13; 4-17; 5-17

Defined Contribution Retirement Plan 3-16

Department Chair Search, Hire, and Evaluation Procedures 6-11; 2-1416-14;  7-16; 8-16 16-1628-16; 2-17; 3-17

Department Heads 9-63

Department of Education 29-95; 18-07

Departmental Governance 2-84; 2-92; 3-92; 4-92; 5-92; 6-92; 7-92; 8-92; 9-92; 16-92; 22-08 ; 5-11; 6-11 

Design Engineering Certificate 16-00; 10-02; 37-11

Disadvantaged Students 2-70; 9-70

Disciplinary/Discharge Policy 10-95

Discrimination 6-95

Dismissal 3-61; 24-99; 30-14

Dissertation or Thesis Graduate Procedures 25-10; 16-12; 21-15

Distance Learning 6-01

Distinguished Service Award 7-99

Distribution of Grades 4-76

Diversity Studies Minor 15-07

Doctorate Degrees 3-84; 2-85; 6-85; 8-85; 9-85; 1-87; 5-87; 6-87; 1-88; 1-89b; 3-89; 1-90; 2-90; 3-90; 4-90; 5-90; 6-90; 7-90; 8-90; 18-94; 19-95; 32-95; 19-00; 2-01; 7-01; 15-01; 16-04; 32-05; 7-07; 6-09; 19-09; 8-10; 13-10; 44-11; 46-11; 6-12; 21-14; 17-16

Double Majors 14-99; 16-09

Dropping a Course 16-69; 12-72; 27-05; 18-12

Dual Degree Arts-Engineering 16-78

Dual Degrees, International Graduate 24-10; 3-11

Due Process 3-96

Duplication 3-63

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E

Early Retirement 4-98

Early Tenure Policy 14-13

Early Term Surveys  13-0122-16

Earth and Space Science and Integrated Science, B.S. 12-15

Earth Science Education B.S 17-97; 12-15

Economics BS 17-78

Education Preparation BS 35-04

Election Procedures MTU Senate 9-67

Elections Committee 21-05

Elective Credits 1-59; 9-69; 7-76

Electric Power Engineering Concentration  7-17

Electrical Engineering, Minor 14-06

Electrical Engineering 4-90; 8-90; 33-04; 14-06; 18-08; 19-08

Electrical Engineering Technology 31-05; 11-11

Electrical Power Engineering Certificate: 18-08

Electrical Power Engineering Graduate Certificate: 19-08

Eliminating Degree Programs and Certificates 17-11; 21-11; 22-11; 23-11; 24-11; 25-11; 26-11; 27-11; 28-11; 29-11; 30-11; 31-11; 32-11; 33-11; 42-11; 43-11; 44-11; 45-11; 46-11; 10-15

Emergency Submissions 16-06

Emeritus/Emerita Professor 7-67; 5-68; 10-98; 20-02

Employee Education Policy  2-16

Engineering 3-84; 5-98; 16-00; 15-01; 16-01; 10-02; 13-03; 15-04; 32-04

Engineering Fundamentals, AS Degree 20-00

Engineering Management, B.S. 12-12

Engineering Physics PhD 15-01; 33-16

Engineering Technology: 32-04; 15-06

English, B.A. 20-10

English, Undergraduate Certificate in Teaching to Speakers of Other Languages 14-11

English Usage 2-61

Enterprise Minor 13-02

Entrance 1-63

Entrepreneurial Leave Proposal 4-10; 14-10

Environmental Applications Concentration in B.S. Electrical Engineering 15-15

Environmental and Energy Policy, Ph.D. 8-10

Environmental Engineering 2-85; 6-86; 8-86; 17-95; 27-96; 9-98; 15-04; 6-07; 36-11, 8-15

Environmental Geology 14-92

Environmental Sciences, BS 28-96

Environmental and Energy Policy, MS 10-96; 5-13

Ethics, Statement on Professional 6-68; 15-95

Evaluation Procedure 10-85; 2-87; 3-87; 2-89b; 2-97; 18-97; 5-99; 12-03; 42-04; 20-08; 22-13; 5-15; 7-16; 11-16; 2-17; 3-17

Evaluation, Senate 11-12

Examinations 8-67; 6-69; 3-70; 2-74; 3-75; 25-78; 7-94; 12-07; 29-14; 38-15 ; 39-15; 5-16; 29-14; 37-16

Exceptional Students 14-94; 13-08

Exercise Science, B.S. 17-06

Exercise Science, Health, PE Dept: 17-06; 18-06; 14-07; 40-11

External Degree 10-74

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F

Faculty and Staff Positions, Loss of 15-03

Faculty Appointments 11-63; 2-02

Faculty Attendance 1-65

Faculty Availability 23-96

Faculty Distinguished Service Award 7-99

Faculty External Funding 5-07

Faculty Handbook 11-94; 28-95; 7-97; 12-97; 12-11

Faculty Office Space 8-77

Faculty Patent Policy 4-75

Final Exam Policy 1-61; 2-65; 8-67; 7-69; 10-94; 39-15; 37-16

Finance, B.S. 12-09;

Financial Crisis and Reporting 1-99; 2-99; 3-99; 4-99; 8-01; 14-02; 15-02; 16-02; 10-04; 11-04; 12-04; 14-04

Fine Arts 3-94; 11-05; 12-05; 13-05; 14-05; 8-07 

Fish Biology, BS 37-04

Fish Biology, Minor 7-11

Fixed vs Variable Compensation for Senate Officers  27-15

Foreign Language Certificate 7-83; 5-89

Forest Ecology and Management 44-04

Forest Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology 46-04

Forest Science 1-87; 6-87

Forest Technology 3-02

Forestry 5-97; 3-02; 31-04; 43-04; 44-04; 45-04; 46-04

Formats for Proposing New Academic Programs  38-04, 9-15

Fragmentation 2-63

Fringe Benefits 2-96; 32-14; 9-16 

Fringe Benefits Committee 2-96

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G

Game Development, Concentration 31-16

General Education 4-85; 11-95; 15-12; 22-12; 27-14

General Faculty Definition 4-67

Geological Engineering19-95; 7-02

Geology 13-94; 17-97

Geographic Information Science, MS 18-13

Geographic Information Systems Certificate 23-08

Geophysics Applied Minor 11-03

Geophysics, Ph.D. 13-10

Geotechnical Engineering 9-85

Global Business, Minor 14-12

Global Community Development Partnership, Minor  21-16

Global Technological Leadership Certificate 2-08; 18-16

Grading 5-63; 5-67; 2-69; 17-69; 7-71; 12-71; 11-72; 5-76; 6-78; 9-78; 1-83; 5-86; 6-89; 25-94; 26-94; 27-94; 28-94; 7-95; 14-97; 13-99; 28-04; 29-04; 26-05; 10-07; 11-07; 13-08; 20-12; 21-13

Graduate Certificates 20-04; 23-04; 6-08; 6-10; 11-10; 27-10; 4-11; 16-11; 24-15 

Graduate Committees, Policy Regarding External Members  37-15

Graduate Faculty Council: 16-08

Graduate, International Dual Degrees 24-10; 3-11 

Graduate Scholastic Standards 4-12; 17-13

Graduation 12-63; 11-01; 23-10; 27-16

Grievance 24-94; 13-95; 34-95; 1-98; 23-00

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H

Half-Semester Courses 4-00; 10-03 

Health and Physical Education, B.S. 14-07; 34-11; 47-11

Health Benefits 2-94; 8-95; 24-96; 11-98; 9-99; 19-99; 15-00; 22-00; 7-14; 9-16

History, B.A. 2-13

Hockey 6-76

Homecoming 24-95; 23-05

Honorary Posthumous Degrees 2-04; 25-08

Honors College 14-14; 12-14

Honors Program 4-69; 6-70; 13-92

Humanistic Social Courses 7-76

Hybrid Electric Drive Vehicle Engineering Certificate 26-10; 34-16

Hybrid Electric Drive Vehicle Engineering Graduate Certificate 27-10

Hydrogen Technology, Interdisciplinary Minor 17-09; 1-13

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Industrial Archaeology, M.S. 11-90

Industrial Forestry 7-77

Industrial Heritage and Archeology, PhD 16-04

Industrial Technology, B.S. 15-06; 35-11

Information Systems Option 2-78; 22-15

Information Technology Services, Policy 20-15

Institutional Evaluation 14-77

Instructional Policy Committee 2-68

Integrated Geospatial Technology, Master of Science 39-11

Integrative Physiology, Ph.D. 13-17

Interdisciplinary Minor in Hydrogen Technology 17-09;

Interim Protocol 5-94

Inter-Curricular Transfer 1-72

Interdepartmental Master of Science Degree 21-01

Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Nanotechnology 6-08

Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate: The International Profile Certificate 16-11

Interdisciplinary Scholarship and Teaching 37-95

International Dual Graduate Degrees 24-10

International Research, Education, and Service 27-06

International Sustainable Development Engineering Certificate 6-07; 6-16

International Technology and Society Certificate 4-89; 31-11

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K

K-Day 1-76; 12-9621-03; 26-06

Keweenaw Research Center 3-80

Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology, Dept of 40-11

Kinesiology, M.S. 11-14

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Laptop Requirement  resolution,  8-17

Late Course 17-02; 27-04

Law and Society 19-05; 14-08

Leadership Minor  32-16

Lectures 4-65; 3-69

Liaisons, Assessment  29-16

Liberal Arts Degree 6-98 ; 21-10; 2-13 

Library Liaison and Library Advisory Committee  32-15

List of Academic Programs 20-09

Loss of Untenured Faculty and Staff Positions 15-03

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Management, B.S. 10-09; 10-13; 19-13

Management Information Systems, B.S. 14-09

Manufacturing Minor 25-04

Marketing, B.S. 13-09;

Martin Luther King Day 16-95; 24-06

Master of Business Administration 23-06

Master of Engineering 5-98; 16-01 

Master's Degree, Additional 1-09

Master's Degree Coursework Only Option 5-05; 7-06; 15-08

Master's Degrees 2-79; 4-80; 4-83; 5-83; 1-86; 11-90; 9-94; 10-96; 27-96; 5-98; 9-98; 16-01; 21-01; 5-04; 15-04; 43-04; 44-04; 45-04; 46-04; 23-06; 13-07; 5-09; 19-09; 18-11; 39-11; 42-11; 43-11; 45-11; 7-12; 8-12; 5-13; 18-13; 11-14; 12-14; 19-14; 22-14; 13-15; 24-16

Master’s Examination 6-05; 23-07; 15-08

Master's Programs, Guidelines for Accelerated 13-11

Mathematical Science 1-78; 9-94; 32-95; 5-04; 35-04; 18-05

Mechanical Design Engineering Technology 22-78

Mechanical Engineering: 25-04; 26-04

Mechanical Engineering Technology 30-05

Media, Certificate 17-00; 13-16

Media Production, Minor  20-16

Medical Care to Michigan Tech Employees, Reduce Cost of  29-15

Medical Informatics, MS 8-12

Medical Laboratory Science B.S. 8-13

Midterm Grade Report 5-67; 17-69; 5-76; 27-94; 10-07; 9-13

Mining Engineering 2-90; 6-90; 7-02; 21-04

Mineral Economics, MS 7-82; 4-83; 13-07

Minerals Process Engineering 4-02

Minors in Degree Programs 16-97; 10-00; 11-02; 12-02; 13-02; 11-03; 17-03; 18-03; 3-04; 17-04; 22-04; 25-04; 26-04; 34-04; 17-05; 22-05; 4-06; 14-06; 15-07; 21-07; 14-08; 24-08; 17-09; 22-10; 7-11; 11-11; 19-11; 32-11; 33-11; 14-12; 1-13; 23-13; 9-14; 25-14; 42-15; 19-16; 20-16; 21-16; 25-16; 30-16; 32-16; 6-17

Misconduct (Scientific): 23-94; 36-95; 8-98; 4-08

Modern Languages 11-02; 12-02; 14-16

Modification to Sick Leave Policy in Faculty Handbook 12-11

Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology PhD 2-01

Municipal Engineering Minor 3-04

Music Composition Minor 19-11

Music Performance Minor 9-14

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Nanoscale Science and Engineering (Nanotechnology) 17-05

Natural Resources Management, B.S.  44-15

Naval Systems Engineering, Minor   11-17

Non-Engineering Disciplines 8-04; 7-05

Non-Faculty Academic Appointments 4-95; 31-14

Non-Tenure Track Faculty Appointments 4-95; 28-06; 4-07; 35-15; 36-15; 23-17

Nordic Ski Programs 9-02

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O

Ombudsman 1-69; 8-70; 4-71; 6-06; 10-14; 31-15

Online Course Examination Policies and Procedures   18-17

Operations Management MS 4-82; 5-83

Operations and Systems Management, B.S. 11-09; 11-13

Oral Examinations Attempts 29-14

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Parental Leave Policy  23-16

Parking, Faculty and Staff, Proposal 19-96; 5-02; 1-11

Pharmaceutical Chemistry Minor 24-08

PhD Hood Trim Color 5-82

Photonics BS 33-04

Physical Education 18-06

Physics 1-88; 15-01; 9-12; 10-12

Plan C Option MS Degree 15-08

Polymer Science and Engineering, BS & Minor 3-79; 17-04

Post Degree Undergraduate Certificates  43-15

Posthumous Degree 2-04; 25-08

Post-Secondary Stem Education, Graduate Certificate  30-15

Pre-Law 2-98; 19-05

President Evaluation 42-04; 20-0811-16

President, University 21-00; 17-01; 20-03; 42-04; 20-08

Prerequisite Policy 2-60; 25-02; 7-03

Probation 3-61; 24-99

Product Design, Minor 26-04

Professional Ethics 6-68

Professional Leave Policy Modifications 12-10

Professional Master of Science Degree 21-01; 18-11

Professional Staff 16-99; 23-02; 13-04; 21-94; 25-05; 17-15 

Proficiency Exams 6-60; 13-08 

Promotion 11-70; 6-72; 1-77; 5-78; 10-78; 2-81; 3-83; 7-00 

Propulsion Systems Engineering PhD 19-00

Provost 1-00

Psychology, BS 4-04

Quarters to Semester Changes 13-08

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R& I Account 8-05

Rail Transportation, Minor 30-16

Raises 20-99

Rationalization of Senate Procedures on the Selection/Election of Membership of Various Committees  10-16

Recruitment and Enrollment 8-00

Referendum December 2003, A Senate Statement (Year 2003-04)

Registration 2-82

Relationships 22-02

Religion, Courses in 2-67

Religious Observance 21-99

Remote Sensing, Interdisciplinary Minor   6-17

Reorganization 16-03

Repeating a Course1-82; 3-88; 24-99; 21-06; 7-09

Report, Dissertation or Thesis Preparing and Submitting: 25-10; 16-12

Research Faculty 2-02

Research Foundation3-97

Research Joint Faculty 11-63; 2-02

Research Projects 19-03

Research Statement 33-95

Residency 2-83; 21-07; 27-16

Resolutions: Career Day; Chalking; Cho Family; 13-98; 1-00; 16-08;  10-17

Retirement Benefits 3-65; 6-67; 5-79; 1-92; 20-94; 25-96; 6-97; 8-97; 11-97; 11-98; 12-98; 9-99; 23-99; 27-99 ; 13-00; 15-00; 28-15; 41-15; 3-16

Retrenchment Planning 7-85; 16-02; 12-04 

Reuse of Michigan Tech Credits for Additional Master's Degree 01-09;

Revenue for Undergraduate and Graduate Programs 22-99

Review and Reappointment of Deans of Colleges: 13-13; 4-17; 5-17

Rhetoric Technical Communications 3-85; 1-86; 3-89; 1-89b; 21-14; 22-14

Rhetoric, Theory and Culture, M.S. 22-14

Rhetoric, Theory and Culture, Ph.D. 21-14

ROTC 12-70; 3-72

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Sabbatical 4-59; 13-78; 2-80; 1-85; 1-95; 29-96; 5-00; 6-00; 12-00; 9-05; 10-05; 15-14

Salary Publication 4-74

Scholastic Standards 24-02; 7-03

School Dean Search, Hire, Evaluation Procedures 6-11; 2-14; 16-14; 28-16

Science Degrees 21-01

Science Teacher Education Program 3-67

Scientific and Technical Communication BS 4-79; 3-82

Scientific Misconduct: 23-94; 36-95; 8-98; 4-08

Search Committee and Procedures 12-95; 1-00; 2-00; 12-01; 17-01; 18-01; 19-01; 2-07; 3-07; 17-07; 19-07; 18-10

Search, Hire and Evaluation Procedures, Department Chair and School Dean 6-11; 16-16; 2-17; 3-17

Search Procedures College Dean 19-01; 3-07; 19-07; 12-13

Search Procedures Graduate School Dean  15-17

Search Procedures University Administrators   16-17

Second Baccalaureate Degrees: 8-08

Second Graduate Degree 01-09

Senate Bylaws 5-60; 8-71; 18-95; 22-95; 6-96; 7-96; 8-96; 9-96; 14-96; 17-96; 3-00; 3-01; 4-01; 1-02; 1-03; 4-05; 24-05; 25-05; 1-07; 20-07; 3-08; 2-09; 21-12; 4-16

Senate Committees 2-68; 3-68; 10-71; 18-78; 19-78; 20-78; 23-78; 26-78; 27-78; 1-79; 5-85; 21-05; 20-07

Senate Constituency, 2-93; 16-96; 24-05; 25-05

Senate Constitution 1-62; 19-69; 20-69; 4-70; 5-70; 9-71; 3-74; 8-76; 10-77; 2-83; 3-83; 1-94; 10-97; 2-05; 3-05 

Senate Discussion 7-63

Senate Evaluation 11-12

Senate Policy 9-69; 7-76

Senate President 1-96

Senate Referendum 16-03

Senate Representative to Board of Control 21-78

Senate Representatives to Ad-Hoc University-wide, Selection  18-15

Sense of Senate Resolution: For Sufficient Notice of University Closure

Sensing and Signal Processing 8-85

Separation 21-95

Shared Governance: Sense of Senate Resolution

Shelving Degree Programs and Certificates 17-11; 34-11; 35-11; 36-11; 37-11;   4-13; 11-13; 33-14; 34-14; 35-14, 7-15, 8-15; 22-15; 23-15; 6-16;  12-16; 13-16; 14-16; 15-16; 18-16; 33-16; 34-16; 6-17

Sick Leave Policy Modification in Faculty Handbook 12-11

Smoking 16-94; 7-13

Social Science 6-83; 2-98; 3-98; 16-04; 19-05 

Software Engineering BS 13-03

Special Lectures Program 4-65

Speech Presentation Minor 34-04; 33-11

Sports and Fitness Management, B.S. 47-11

Standing Committees 15-94; 3-95; 14-95; 20-07

Statistics, B.S. 26-14

Statistics, Minor 25-14

Strategic Planning Process 28-99

Structural Engineering 6-85

Student Absences 3-64; 20-95

Student Complaints 8-70; 6-06

Student Evaluations 3-87; 15-92

Student Identification Numbers 31-96

Student Representation 9-71, 10-71

Summer Session 1-01

Surveying Engineering 28-05

Surveys, Early Term Class  13-01; 22-16

Sustainability Graduate Certificate 23-04

Sustainable Water Resources Systems Graduate Certificate 6-10

Syllabus: 26-08; 3-13; 40-15

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Teacher Training 3-60; 12-03

Teaching Effectiveness 10-85; 7-86; 2-87; 2-97; 12-03; 22-13

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Undergraduate Certificate 14-11

Teaching English to Speakers f Other Languages (TESOL), Minor  25-16

Teaching Evaluation 1-74; 18-97; 5-99; 22-13

Technical Theater Option 15-78

Tennis Varsity Programs 8-02

Tenure and Rank20-05; 9-06; 10-06; 16-07

Tenure-Track Appointments & Reappointments 4-95;  31-95; 32-96; 7-00; 13-06; 20-06; 9-07 

Theatre and Electronic Media Performance, B.A. 7-08

Thesis or Dissertation Graduate School Procedures 25-10; 16-12

Threatening and Violent Behavior 1-97; 5-03

TIAA/CREF 35-95; 13-00; 10-01 

Transfer Credit 2-59; 6-71; 14-03

Tuition for Spouses 6-79

Tuition Waiver Benefit, Equalize for all Full-Time Employees 25-15

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Undergraduate and Graduate Programs 26-95; 22-99; 7-04

Undergraduate Catalog Policy  26-16

Undergraduate Certificates 2-06; 14-11; 43-15

Undergraduate Degree Offerings, Expanded: 7-04

Unit Credit 11-69; 13-69; 13-08

University Activities 18-69

University Administrators 12-95; 2-00; 18-01; 2-07; 18-10

University Athletic Council 14-78

University Budget 13-98

University Closure 2-95; 7-98

University Life 7-87

University, The Use of the Term 22-06
 

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Variable Credit 1-60

Visual and Performing Arts 8-07

Visiting Professor of Practice 3-15

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Web Page Policy 6-99

Wildlife Ecology and Management, BS 31-04

Winter Carnival 2-76; 21-03

Wireless Lan Strategy 6-04; 41-04

Wireless Spectrum Usage 40-04

Wood Science, BS 9-97

Writing Certificate 18-00; 15-16

Writing, Minor  19-16

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