Elected University Committees
There are three committees that are elected from among the eligible voting faculty each Spring, and they begin their committee work typically each Fall:
The Faculty Evaluation and Development Committee reviews/approves departmental performance evaluation plans used in the annual faculty evaluation process, reviews/approves departmental criteria used in promotion/tenure recommendations; reviews/recommends revisions to the Framework for Annual Faculty Performance Review. Members must be full-time faculty and tenure is required. The term of office for each member of the FEDC is two years and members may be re-elected for a total of four years.
The Faculty Development Leave Committee reviews faculty applications for development leave; makes recommendations to the Provost. Members must be full-time faculty, but tenure is not required. The term office for each member of the FDLC is three years, and members may be re-elected for a total of 6 years.
The Faculty Review Committee is an advisory committee to the Chancellor; hears any faculty member or professional librarian who believes that she/he has not received equitable treatment regarding salary, working conditions, workload allocation, teaching assignments, performance review, grants administration, student-faculty relations, professional treatment, promotion, tenure, and academic freedom not related to non-reappointment or termination. The FRC is a standing committee of the University and consists of elected, full-time tenured faculty members and professional librarians. The term of office for each member of the FRC is two years and members may be re-elected for a total of four years.
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