College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Faculty Governance & Elections
2015-2016 AY CLAS Faculty Governance Chairs
Faculty Council: Stephen Matchett
Faculty Development Committee: Caitlin Horrocks
Curriculum Committee: Beth Gibbs
Personnel Committee: Mark Williams
Current committee list posted May 8, 2015
(Please note that additional changes to committees take place from time to time and these documents will be updated. For information, contact Faculty Council Chair Stephen Matchett).
Election 2015 Results click here
The election ran from Tuesday, February 3rd until 5pm on Monday, February 16th.
Why Should I Serve?
Service is a part of everyone's job and allows each of us to have a say in how the University operates and is governed. Moving beyond your department establishes connections across the campus and gives you a broader view of the problems that higher education faces. We want you to be part of the solution, we want you to "Let Your Voice Be Heard." To this end, Faculty Council has put together the 90 second video above that gives you a fun vignette of what it means to serve. Have a brief look at some of those who serve and why. Who knows, you might even see yourself.
We have a place for you, Let Your Voice Be Heard,
Chair, Faculty Council
Bylaws for CLAS Faculty Governance (revised 2011)
CLAS Committees--description, history of chairs, workload, usual meeting times
Committee Reports by Year
CLAS Governance Committee Reports 2015:
CLAS Governance Committee Reports 2014:
CLAS Governance Committee Reports 2013:
CLAS Governance Committee Reports 2012:
CLAS Governance Committee Reports 2011:
Faculty Development Committee statement of principle on teaching evaluations
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