Faculty Voice in Governance Structures

In 2010-2011, the Council worked to improve faculty representation in administrative and governance structures around campus. As a result, Council representatives were appointed to the Business Process Improvement Governing Board, an effort to improve campuswide administrative efficiency and productivity led by the Office of the Associate Vice President for Administration. Also, the Learning Outcomes Assessment Committee, initially appointed by Provost Earl Lewis to provide faculty oversight of the university’s assessment plans, became an open-ended ad-hoc committee of the Council. And finally, a new Faculty Advisory Committee was formed to offer guidance for the executive vice president for finance and administration on potential changes in practice and policy and in areas of focus that support faculty work, and to serve as a communication channel between the finance division and the faculty. This committee will include at least three members of the current Council.

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