The Faculty Senate is the elected and representative body of the faculty and includes one representative from every department and one non-tenure track representative from each school. It considers, makes recommendations, and passes resolutions concerning matters of general university interest, including:
The Faculty Senate's Secure Faculty Survey Committee prepared this report to summarize the findings of the 2015 Faculty Perspectives Survey. The report was presented to the Senate at its April 2017 meeting.
The Faculty Senate adopted this resolution recommending the establishment of a University Ombuds Office at its March 2017 meeting, and it was presented to the central administration.
The findings and recommendations contained in the report were ratified by the Faculty Senate at its regular June 2016 meeting.
The report was submitted to Provost Linzer on July 28, 2016.