CLAS Faculty Council

The CLAS Faculty Council (CFC) serves as the executive committee of faculty governance within CLAS and represents the general interests of the CLAS faculty collectively. Its responsibilities include conducting elections within the College, reviewing the functioning of all standing CLAS committees, forming committees as necessary, and facilitating and supervising referenda and assemblies. The CFC serves as liaison between the faculty and the Dean, advising the Dean on policies and issues within CLAS, such as budget, the feasibility and desirability of new programs, and staff support for CLAS committees.

CFC has provided advice to the Dean and other CLAS administrators about issues of importance to CLAS faculty, such as the textbook authoring policy, interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship, whether the Dean should be present at personnel meetings, fall break, the Standards & Criteria for Personnel Evaluation, etc.

Faculty Council (TT) meets alternate Wednesdays 2 - 4 p.m.

Faculty Council Chair

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to write CLAS Faculty Council Chair Ernest Park


Roster

Faculty First Name

Faculty Last Name

Department

Email

Kirk

Anderson

STA

[email protected]

Elizabeth

Arnold

ANT

[email protected]

Art

Campbell

MTD

[email protected]

Anna

Hammersmith

SOC

[email protected]

Whitt

Kilburn

PLS

[email protected]

Len

O'Kelly

COM

[email protected]

Ernest

Park

PSY

[email protected]

Nora

Salas

HST

[email protected]

Renee

Zettle-Sterling

VMA

[email protected]

History

The first meeting of this committee took place in August 2005.  Ed Aboufadel was chair for 2005-2007.  Jodee Hunt (2007-2009).  Grace Coolidge (2009-2011). Colleen Lewis  (2011-2013).  George Lundskow (2013-2014). Stephen Matchett (2014-2016). David Kurjiaka (2016-2017 ) Michael Henshaw. (2017-2018).  David Kurjiaka (2018-2019). Arthur Campbell (2019-2021).  Len O'Kelly (2021-2022). Sally Ross (2022-23). The current chair is Ernest Park.



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