By | February 15, 2024
Senate Standard 5.13
In the Standard this week:

– February 9 Faculty Senate meeting
– Senate Nominations

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Senate Meeting February 9 Information

We are holding a Faculty Senate meeting this Friday. You can find the tentative agenda here. For all faculty attending the meeting (online or in person), please everyone do not forget to RSVP  by this Thursday at 4pm.  For Senators who will miss the meeting, please have a proxy for the meeting. I’lI update the sign-in Google form to include proxies.

I hope to see you at the meeting.

Faculty Senate Nominations for Senators and President-Elect
Faculty Senate Nominations are open

The Full-time Faculty Senate welcomes you to join us as a Senator for the academic year 2024-2025 and directly impact issues that affect faculty across the college.  We also are seeking nominations for President-Elect. The minimum time commitment for being a Senator is 1.5 hours a month for attending Faculty Senate meetings, usually held on the second Friday of the month from 12-1:30 pm. Here is a list of some other tasks a Senator might spend more time a month on:

reading/responding to emails, including preparatory readings, 
participating in other Senate related meetings, 
discussing issues with constituents, 
reading and voting on meeting minutes, 
occasionally volunteering for a project or being part of a workgroup,
attending additional emergency Faculty Senate meetings on controversial issues,

We hope that you will consider serving the college by sharing your opinions and experience as a Senator. 

To nominate yourself or a colleague for a Senator seat, complete this form by 5 pm on February 23.  

To nominate yourself or a colleague for President-Elect, complete this form by 5 pm on February 23. For those who wish to be President-Elect, please send your platform statement to Jennifer Brimberry after you fill out the nomination form.  You can find information on the President-Elect position at the Faculty Senate website.