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The Bankesters - Tallahassee by Lovin' Bluegrass by Carol McDuffie

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Castle believed it was a good meeting and is looking forward to attending those each month.

bankesters looking forward to meet

Issues discussed included the budget and two Faculty Senate resolutions on affirmative action. The resolutions focused more on diversity in the hiring processes involving deans, directors, provost, vice chancellors and chancellor. The Chancellor strongly believes that searches need to be more aggressive, proper and done correctly which would include diligent reference checks.

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There was some debate by the faculty that [if a majority] of the committee believes a candidate should be hired, then that person should be hired. However, the University's process is not democratic; rather, it is ultimately the decision of the administrator doing the hiring.

bankesters looking forward to meet

Castle noted that he participated in the discussion and made the point that it is good to promote and encourage diversity; but, if the University is sending that message, then the message should also be sent about hiring for excellence, quality and selecting the best people.

It should not just be a single message about diversity; ii he received a communication that the Chancellor Search Committee is attempting to schedule a retreat for those involved with the search process. They are in the "quiet" stages of the search and likely will be for most of the year.

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Castle circulated the Board materials, noting he attended the meeting on July 10 in Springfield. It was a very short meeting, as the Trustees needed to attend the dedication of the new SimmonsCooper Cancer Institute.

Castle noted, when reviewing the Board agenda, that the Trustees have created an audit committee among themselves. They are looking to be more vigilant in monitoring the fiscal affairs of the University.

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Sims apologized that he was unable to attend meetings over past year because of a class conflict. Sims reported the committee first met on May 9; however, the meeting was open to faculty only. It was decided that applicants should: The committee checked previous dean searches and used them as a guide. A concern was raised about ABET coming in the fall and the number of interim [administrators] on campus. It was felt that this might be an issue with respect to [whether the person selected] could make commitments that can be believed and trusted.

Sims reported the full committee met on May Thoughts from the first meeting were raised, and the ad for the position was finished and placed. The committee will not meet again until after the start of the fall semester. She reported that during the training, members were provided with a manual that goes through all the parts of due process, as well as the Student Code of Conduct, which is currently under review.

Faculty and staff had an opportunity for input into that process, and now input is being sought from students. It is hoped the new Student Code of Conduct will be in place when the fall semester starts. Stettler noted she has not yet had an opportunity to participate in the review process, but is trained and ready to act on the Council's behalf. There was some discussion on whether the Operating Paper addressed consequences for those who do not fulfill [their committee responsibilities] on the Council.

Castle indicated he will review the Operating Paper regarding this issue; ii H. Jung reported that the Academic Affairs representatives on the Council met and selected a replacement for Cordy Love.

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An alternate was also selected; iii A. Sutphin reported that the Call for Volunteers for University committee vacancies will be sent in the next month; iv S. Walters reported that the Constituency Relations Committee will meet to select a date and keynote speaker for the fall luncheon.

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Nevertheless, they learned two songs for the festival, and that would have been that, Phil said. The next summer though, he took the girls to a bluegrass festival in Du Quoin. While Phil was playing guitar in the parking lot, a man approached them and asked if the girls sang. Next, he wanted to hear them do a song, and after they sang him one, he said he was going to invite them on stage that night during his set.

From there, one thing led to another, Phil said.

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Now, the girls play bass, fiddle, mandolin and banjo, and the family has three albums to its name. Melissa is now a Triplett, and her husband Kyle also joined the band. The family tours regularly now, and with the departure of Lindsey, Alysha has had to pick up the mandolin in her place.

Melissa teaches piano, Emily gives fiddle lessons, Alysha is a home-schooled high school junior, and Kyle is a full-time student at SIU.

Also, Melissa and Kyle have two sons, Jude and Joel, 2-and-a-half years and 6 months old, respectively. Needless to say, the Bankester home is a busy one.