The Faculty of UNC Charlotte are charged with the responsibility for making policy decisions regarding the curriculum, academic standards, and the allocation of internal research funds. We are also charged with important advisory responsibilities regarding our working schedule and conditions, the university budget, facilities planning, administrative appointments, and other elements of institutional policy and operation that touch us directly and indirectly.
These responsibilities are carried out through a system of shared governance which constitutes the framework within which we can carry out our own work, and contribute to the overall academic mission and culture of UNC Charlotte. Faculty participation in governance is what we have to do in order to retain the autonomy to conduct our research, teach our students, disseminate knowledge, and build the academic community in ways we see fit.
Please consider how you or someone you respect might become part of the shared governance process at UNC Charlotte. Nominate yourself or another qualified faculty member for any of the following openings. (If you don't want to think of it as service to the institution, think of it as furthering the long-term interests of yourself, your discipline, and the faculty at large!)
A brief description of each committee listed below can be found at: http://facultygovernance.uncc.edu/descriptions
To make a nomination email email@example.com with your nomination(s) for the appropriate positions. Please submit all nominations by March 10, 2017.
Secretary of the Faculty**, one-year term
Chair**, Faculty Advisory Summer Sessions Committee (FASSC), two-year term
Chair**, Faculty Employment Status Committee (FESC), two-year term
Chair**, Faculty Information and Technology Services Advisory Committee (FITSAC), two-year term
Chair**^^, Graduate Council, two-year term
Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence Committee: One (1) member, two-year term
Faculty Assembly Delegate: Two (2) members, three-year term
Grievance Committee**: Two (2) members, four-year term
Hearing Committee**: Four (4) members, four-year term
** Nominees must be tenured members of the Faculty.
^^ Nominees must be members of the Graduate Faculty.