Elections Council Documents

Senate Elections Final Results - Spring 2014

Music Department: One representative

  • Diane Falk Romaine

Psychology Department: One representative

  • Bruce Diamond

Professional Staff: One representative

  • Carlos Cano, Undergraduate Admissions

 

At-Large: Four representatives (in alphabetical order)- 2-year terms

  • Linda Gazzillo Diaz, Kinesiology
  • Peter Griswold, Special Ed. & Counseling
  • Ki Hee Kim, Marketing & Management
  • Sue Tardi, Sociology

At-Large: One representative - 1-year term

  • Isabel Tirado, History

 



University Promotion Committee (UPC), and University Faculty Range Adjustment Committee (UFRAC)


1. All full-time faculty may nominate and vote; however, only tenured faculty may be elected to the University Promotions Committee and to the University Faculty Range Adjustment Committee.
2. Both Committees shall be constituted as follows:
· One tenured faculty member elected from each of the five Colleges.
· Two tenured faculty members elected as At-Large representatives, provided that neither of the At-Large representatives are members of a department already represented by a “College” member. No department shall have more than one member sitting on the committee.  In the event that two or more representatives are elected from the same department, the seating priority is first the representative from the College and then the At-Large representatives in order of votes obtained, subject to the same restriction.
3. All College candidates nominated must be tenured, although the nominations may originate from any full-time member of the College (the nominator need not be tenured).
4. At-Large representatives must be tenured, although nominations may originate from any full-time faculty member, regardless of his or her College affiliation.
5. Faculty members nominated to the University Faculty Range Adjustment Committee (UFRAC) as both College representatives and At-Large representatives may only accept one of the two nominations for the committee.

6. Faculty members nominated to the University Promotion Committee (UPC) as both College representatives and At-Large representatives may only accept one of the two nominations for committee.

7. In any given academic year, candidates for promotion may not serve on the University Promotion Committee (UPC).

8. Candidates for range adjustments shall not serve on UFRAC during their candidacies.

   

 

Sabbatical Leave Committee


1. All full-time faculty may nominate and vote; however, only tenured faculty may be elected to the Sabbatical Leave Committee.
2. The Sabbatical Leave Committee will be constituted as follows:
· One tenured faculty member elected from each of the five Colleges.
· One tenured librarian elected by librarians.
· One tenured faculty member elected as an At-Large representative, provided that he/she is not a member of a department already represented by a “College” member. In the event that two or more representatives are elected from the same department, the representative from the College will be seated and the At-Large representative will be disqualified. In this event, the next highest vote winner will be awarded the At-Large seat.
3. Nominations for College representatives may originate from any full-time member of the College (the nominator need not be tenured).
4. Nominations for At-Large representatives may originate from any full-time faculty member, regardless of his or her College affiliation and tenure status.
5. Faculty members nominated to the Sabbatical Leave Committee as both College representatives and At-Large representatives may only accept one of the two nominations for committee.

 

Assigned Released Time Committee (ART)   

 

1. All full-time faculty may nominate and vote; however, only tenured faculty may be elected. 

2. The Assigned Released Time Committee will be constituted as follows:
· One faculty member elected from each of the five Colleges.
· One librarian elected by librarians.
· Two faculty members elected as At-Large representatives, provided that neither of the At-Large representatives are members of a department already represented by a “College” member. In the event that two or more representatives are elected from the same department, the representative from the College will be seated and the At-Large representative will be disqualified. In this event, the next highest vote winner will be awarded the At-Large seat. 
3. Faculty members nominated to the Assigned Released Time Committee (ART) as both College representatives and At-Large representatives may only accept one of the two nominations for committee.