Faculty Affairs Committee's Charges
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The Faculty Affairs Committee shall be responsible for policy recommendations concerning faculty tenure, rank, welfare, leave, and professional conduct; and shall review all policies and procedures concerning the extended part-time and adjunct faculty of the university. The Faculty Affairs Committee shall consist of eight members, each to be elected by his or her collegial faculty, one member of the educational development faculty elected by that group, one Dean elected by the Deans Council, three members at large elected by the Academic Senate, and the Provost or his or her delegate (ex officio, voting).
Kristen Waterstram-Rich, Chair
- Review the proposed changes to the Senate Charter (B2) in light of the result of the faculty vote. Present to Senate and Faculty for vote and approval by the start of the winter quarter.
- Review the current standing committees of the Senate plus requests to establish new standing committees.
- Review, update and present for Senate's approval the following policies: Academic Charter (B2), Tenure (E5.0), Annual Review of Faculty (E7.0), Visiting Scholar Policy (E9.0), University Professor (E12.8), Extra Compensation (E13.1), Appeal Committee on Faculty Salaries (E14.0), Discontinuance of Academic Programs (E20.0), Transfer of Tenure-Track Faculty (E21.0), Dismissal for Cause (E23.0), Faculty Grievance (E24.0).