Commission on Administrative and Professional Faculty Affairs

Charge

To study, formulate, and recommend to University Council policies and procedures affecting the employment and working conditions of administrative and professional faculty. Areas for consideration include: morale of administrative and professional faculty; procedures for appointing, evaluating, disciplining, recognizing, and promoting administrative and professional faculty; benefits, educational and personal leave, and extra-university professional activity; and matters of equity and diversity that affect the university's professional environment. The Commission is also responsible for reviewing grievances advanced to the level of the Senior Vice President and Provost or Associate Vice President for Administration, and to advise them prior to action.

 

 

Minutes