PROPOSED REVISIONS IN THE CHARTER OF THE FACULTY SENATE (2010)

 

 

"The Faculty Senate shall consist of 50 members of the Regular Faculty. The senators shall be elected to three-year terms by written ballot in the degree recommending divisions of the University. Members of the Regular Faculty who are not members of a degree recommending division of the University shall be treated as a separate division. The electors shall consist of members of the Regular Faculty. Full-time administrative personnel above the department level shall be excluded from elections of the Faculty Senate.

 

"In the Faculty Senate, seats shall be allocated as follows: one seat to each degree-recommending division with at least one percent of the total faculty and. Members of the Regular Faculty who are not members of a degree-recommending division of the University, or who are in a degree-recommending division with less than one percent of the total faculty, shall be treated as a separate division. The balance of the seats will be allocated among faculty members placed in this separate division according to a triennial apportionment proposed by the Faculty Senate and approved by the Regular Faculty. Degree-recommending divisions with no faculty members will be allowed to appoint a faculty member as an ex-officio member with all the rights and privileges of senate membership excluding the right to vote in official Faculty Senate actions.

 

(The deletions are struck through; the additions are in italics and bold.)