Faculty Affairs Committee's Charges
- The FAC subcommittee will continue to work with the Office of Legal Affairs and the Administration to complete the work on revisions to the policies listed below and bring the revisions to Senate for action.
- E22.0 Policy on Exigency
- E23.0 Dismissal for Cause
- E24.0 Faculty Grievance
- Faculty submit grievance materials electronically
- A deadline be imposed on applications submitted during the spring semester to avoid the possibility of summer hearings
- Academic Senate determines how advocates for the administration are compensated and equal compensation be provided to faculty advocates. In other words, advocating for both parties should be symmetrical.
- The RIT Policies do not seem to include any information related to conditions of extended part-time employment, such as who initiates the request, how long is the term of the appointment, and under what conditions does the extended part-time designation revert to full-time, if at all. Additionally, RIT does not specify faculty governance roles for extended part-time faculty. Finally, there is no clear workload model established within KGCOE from which to scale full-time employment to extended part-time employment.