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Faculty Affairs Team

Name College Term Ends
Girimurugan, Senthil (BeeJay) CAS 2023
Shambayati, Hootan CAS 2023
Sughrue, Jennifer (Co-Chair) COE 2023
Wilkerson, Judy COE 2025
Bole, Mark DKSOE 2025
Wheeler, Patrick LCOB 2023
Wright-Isak, Christine (Co-Chair) LCOB 2024
Reycraft, Kim LIB 2024
Angeletti, Michelle MCHHS 2024
Negroni, Lirio MCHHS 2024
Muller, Jo TWS 2025
Parsons, Michael TWS 2024
No representation UAS  
Badir, Ashraf WCE 2025
Torres, Jorge WCE 2025
Barringer, Tony Administrative Liason  

Faculty Affairs Team Schedule

Date Document
January 26, 2022 Minutes


Team By-Laws

(i) Composition

The Faculty Affairs Team consists of two (2) faculty members representing each academic unit, with the exception of Library Services, which may choose to have only one. At least one member from each unit must be at the rank of Associate Professor or higher, with the exception of Library Services. Members must have at least four years  full-time experience in higher education to be eligible for service on the Faculty Affairs Team. 

(ii) Responsibilities and Duties

The Faculty Affairs Team is a standing committee of the collegial faculty governance system, reporting to the Faculty Senate. It provides a direct faculty voice regarding all personnel-related matters pertaining to faculty that are not subject to collective  bargaining, as well as the traditional professional expectations and responsibilities of faculty. The team, at the direction of the Senate leadership, reviews and recommends policies, consistent with the Collective Bargaining Agreement, concerning matters relating to: (a) general faculty status of university employees, in situations where faculty or non-faculty status is not delineated by the Collective Bargaining Agreement; (b) annual review, promotion, and reappointment issues across academic units;  (c) assessment of faculty teaching, research, and service;  (d) merit criteria;  (e) the availability and allocation of summer support opportunities;  (f) professional development and resource support; (g) the ownership and use of intellectual property;  (h) academic freedom and integrity issues;  (i) criteria for honorary faculty status, including Emeritus status; and (j) other issues of traditional academic concern related to faculty expectations and responsibilities. The Faculty Affairs Team does not negotiate or otherwise determine terms and conditions of employment. Any recommendations related to terms and conditions of employment will be forwarded to the UFF chapter leadership for consideration.