Faculty Executive Committee Charges
The following information originates in the bylaws of the Concordia College Faculty Handbook, Chapter 1: Faculty Governance.
Section 6. Faculty Executive Committee
6.1 Duties of the Faculty Executive Committee
6.1.1 Discuss and set priorities for business to be considered by the Faculty-as-a-Whole and the Faculty Senate. Place items of business on the agendas for meetings of the Faculty Senate which result from these discussions. Place and schedule items of business for meetings of the Faculty-as-a-Whole and recommend rules for the conduct of that business.
6.1.2 Adjudicate questions of faculty authority (primary, joint or advisory).
6.1.3 Review and analyze the work of the faculty standing committees and ad hoc task forces.
6.1.4 Consider issues related to the good of the college.
6.1.5 Serve as a faculty consulting body to the dean of the college and the president.
6.1.6 Serve as a committee on committees
184.108.40.206 Recommend to Faculty Senate to establish and discontinue standing committees and/or ad hoc task forces.
220.127.116.11 Refer faculty business to the appropriate committees.
18.104.22.168 Balance the workload among committees.
6.1.7 Facilitate and coordinate the activities of the faculty standing committees and the Faculty Senate.
22.214.171.124 Facilitate communication among faculty standing committees through assigning committee portfolios to its members.
126.96.36.199 Schedule items of business on the Faculty Senate Agenda and recommend rules for the conduct of that business.
6.1.8 Serve as a nominating committee
188.8.131.52 Solicit faculty interest in serving on committees.
184.108.40.206 Balance the committee workload among faculty.
220.127.116.11 Conduct elections according to Section 7.7 in the Bylaws.
18.104.22.168 Fill vacancies on committees and on the Faculty Senate when faculty are not able to complete a full term.
6.1.9 Oversee the college's long-range planning processes and monitor the implementation of its recommendations.
6.2 Membership consists of four tenured faculty senators, the secretary of the faculty, the dean of the college, and the president (chair). In the president's absence, the dean of the college serves as chair.
6.3 A quorum of the Faculty Executive Committee consists of five members.
6.4 Each member of the Faculty Executive Committee shall have one vote. No proxy or in absentia votes shall be permitted.
Specific Charges for 2010-11:
- Work on 5 year budget plan
- Discussion of Passport