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New - Outstanding Staff Awards Selection Committee

The Academic Senate is recruiting for faculty members who would like to serve on the Outstanding Staff Awards Selection Committee.  Responsibilities of the committee members include:

  • Reviewing and evaluating all nominations
  • Meeting one to two times with the committee for final selection of the recipients

Staff Council sponsors the Outstanding Staff Award which is presented in Staff Appreciation Week, June 11-14, 2018.  A maximum of four (4) recipients will be selected to receive this award.  Recipients are selected for their expertise, dedication and enthusiasm in their job performance.  They must also demonstrate university-wide involvement and a willingness to assist others.

If you are interested in serving on this committee, please send a brief statement of interest to senate@cpp.edu by Friday, April, 13, 2018.

New - University RTP Committee

The Academic Senate Elections and Procedures Committee is seeking nominations for  University RTP Committee representatives from the following constituencies for a term starting in fall 2018 and ending in 2021 unless otherwise noted:

  • Collins College of Hospitality Management
  • College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Environmental Design
  • College of Science (term ends in 2020)

Section 5 of Policy 1328 governs the University RTP Committee.

Individuals willing to serve must send an email expressing their interest to the Academic Senate, senate@cpp.edu, by Friday, April 13, 2018.

New - College RTP Committees

The Academic Senate Elections and Procedures Committee is seeking nominations for CRTPC representatives for terms starting in fall 2018 from the following constituencies:

Constituency

Vacancies

Term(s)

Eligible Departments

Engineering

1

2021

Aerospace Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineeing

Environmental Design

2

2020, 2021

Architecture, Urban and Regional Planning, Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies, and Landscape Architecture

Science

2

2020, 2021

Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geological Sciences, Kinesiology and Health Promotion, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physics and Astronomy

Agriculture

1

2021

Agribusiness, Apparel Merchandising and Management, and Plant Science

Business

1

2021

Accounting, Computer Information Systems, International Business & Marketing, and Management and Human Resources

CEIS

2

2020, 2021

Education, Interdisciplinary General Education, and Liberal Studies

CLASS

1

2021

Communication, Economics, English and Foreign Languages, Geography and Anthropology, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology, and Theatre and New Dance

Individuals willing to serve must send an email expressing their interest to the Academic Senate, senate@cpp.edu, by Friday, April 13, 2018.

New - University Curriculum Committee

The Academic Senate Elections and Procedures Committee is seeking nominations for representatives to the University Curriculum from the following constituencies for two (2) year terms:

  • College of Education and Integrative Studies
  • College of Engineering
  • Library

Individuals willing to serve must send an email expressing their interest to the Academic Senate, senate@cpp.edu, by Friday, April 13, 2018.

New - Foundation Board of Directors

The Executive Committee of the Academic Senate is accepting nominations of faculty members who are interested in serving as a member of the Foundation Board of Directors.  One Director position is vacant.  The individuals selected will serve a three-year term (2021).

The following selection procedure will be followed:

  1. Any faculty member who would like to serve as a Foundation Director or who would like to submit the name of another faculty member for consideration should prepare a brief statement of qualifications (curriculum vitae), together with a signed statement attesting to the fact that the person whose name is being submitted does in fact desire to serve, to the Executive Committee, via email at senate@cpp.edu or in person to Building 98, P2-8 by noon on Monday, April 16, 2018.
  2. The Executive Committee will screen the nominees and schedule interviews for Wednesday April 18, 2018.
  3. After interviews between the Executive Committee and the candidates have taken place, the Executive Committee will make its recommendation.

New - MPP Review for Dr. Howard Evans

The Academic Senate is recruiting for four (4) faculty volunteers to serve on the MPP Review Committee for Dr. Howard Evans, Dean of the College of Extended University and International Chair.  Per Policy 1325 all volunteers must be tenured or tenure-track faculty members.  Faculty participants in the Faculty Early Retirement Program and fulltime lecturers are not eligible for service.

If interested please send a brief statement of qualifications to senate@cpp.edu by Tuesday, April 17, 2018.

MPP Review for Dean Michael Woo of the College of Environmental Design

The Academic Senate is recruiting for four(4) full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty members for the Management Personnel Plan periodic review of Dean Michael Woo of the College of Environmental Design, as detailed in Policy 1325.  The committee will begin its work this spring and continue into the fall quarter.

If interested please send a brief statement of qualifications to senate@cpp.edu by Monday, April 16, 2018.




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ELECTED COMMITTEES

Faculty Development Advisory Council (FDAC)

The Academic Senate is currently seeking nominations for faculty representatives for the  Faculty Development Advisory Council (FDAC) from the following constituencies:

  • Collins College of Hospitality Management
  • Library 

The term these positions starts fall 2018 and ends in 2021.  All tenured or tenure-track faculty are eligible to serve.  A brief statement (maximum one page) which addresses the responsibilities of the committee must be submitted with your nomination.  These statements will be included on the election announcement.  Self-nomination is permitted.

Individuals willing to serve  must submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate@cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).

Council for Graduate and Faculty Scholarship (CGFS)

The Academic Senate is currently seeking nominations for faculty representatives for the  Council for Graduate and Faculty Scholarship (CGFS) from the following constituencies:

  • College of Environmental Design
  • College of Education and Integrative Studies (term ends 2019)

The term starts fall 2018 and ends in 2020, except for CEIS which is currently vacant and ends in 2019.  All tenured or tenure-track faculty are eligible to serve.  A brief statement (maximum one page) which addresses the responsibilities of the committee must be submitted with your nomination.  These statements will be included on the election announcement.  Self-nomination is permitted.

Individuals willing to serve must submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate@cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).


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UNIVERSITY-WIDE COMMITTEES

GE Assessment Committee

The Academic Senate is recruiting for faculty representatives from the following constituencies for the GE Assessment Committee in accordance with AS-2294-089/GE, Revision of GE Assessment Policy :


  • College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, Social Sciences – one (1) vacancy – eligible departments: Communication, Economics, Geography and Anthropology, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology
  • College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, Performing Arts – one (1) vacancy – eligible departments: Music, Theatre and New Dance
  • College of Environmental Design - one (1) vacancy
  • Collins College of Hospitality Management - one (1) vacancy

The purpose of the General Education Assessment Committee is to develop and implement an assessment plan to evaluate the GE student learning outcomes and the WASC core competencies. The committee also collaborates with the Faculty Center for Professional Development (FCPD) on professional development activities related to assessment.

 Full time tenured faculty, tenure track faculty, full-time lecturers with an annual contract, and FERP faculty with a 0.5 base for three quarters are eligible to serve.  Interested individuals should submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate @cpp.edu (Deadline - Until Filled)

Provost's Awards Selection Committee

The Academic Senate is recruiting volunteers to serve on the established Provost’s Awards Selection Committee (see AS-2425-123-FA for details, http://academic.cpp.edu/senate/docs/FA001123pres_1.pdf). The following constituencies need representatives:

  • College of Business Administration – term expires in 2019
  • Collins College of Hospitality Management – term expires in 2019

The committee will meet three times starting in early winter quarter. The schedule will be based on the committee member’s availability.

This committee will select the outstanding faculty for three different awards: the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Service, and the Provost’s Award for Excellence in Scholarly and Creative Activities.

Interested individuals should submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate@cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).

ASI Facilities and Operation Committee

The ASI Facilities & Operations Committee, which is chaired by the Senator Pro-Temp, formulates all decisions in regard to operational use, funding, oversight and operation of the Bronco Student Center (BSC) and the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC). It also serves to develop programs and services and provide a channel for student ideas in the administration of the facilities and operations. The winter quarter meeting schedule is attached.

If interested please send a brief statement of interest and qualifications to senate@cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).

Undergraduate Research Faculty Advisory Committee

The Academic Senate is recruiting for the following vacancies for the Undergraduate Research Faculty Advisory Council (URFAC):

  • College of Education and Integrative Studies – One (1) vacancy, term ends in 2019
  • Collins College of Hospitality Management – One (1) vacancy, term ends in 2018

Full time tenured faculty, tenure track faculty, full-time lecturers with an annual contract, and FERP faculty with a 0.5 base for three quarters are eligible to serve.  Interested individuals should submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate @cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).

Retroactive Withdrawal Committee

The Academic Senate is recruiting for one (1) faculty representative from each of the following constituencies for the Retroactive Withdrawal Committee:

  • College of Business Administration
  • College of Education and Integrative Studies
  • Collins College of Hospitality Management

Description:

The Retroactive Withdrawal process allows students to petition to withdraw from all classes in one or more quarters after those quarters have ended. If permission is granted, the result is that all grades for those quarters are changed to ”W” grades. Students have up to one (1) calendar year from the last day of the quarter in question to apply for a retroactive withdrawal. A student does not need to be enrolled at the University at the time that the petition for retroactive withdraw is submitted. The petition form and documentation should be submitted to the Office of Academic Programs.

Meeting Times:

All efforts are made to schedule the Retroactive Withdrawal Committee within a few weeks following the deadline date for each quarter. However, faculty availability determines the time that a meeting can be scheduled so that committee members can consider all retroactive withdrawal petitions submitted for that term. In addition, those petitions submitted during Summer term may not be reviewed until the beginning of Fall term, depending on the availability of committee members during the Summer. For Summer petitions, all efforts are made to set the review meeting at least within the first few weeks of the Fall quarter if not sooner. Once decisions have been rendered, each student is notified in writing approximately one week after the Committee’s decision.

Interested individuals should submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate@cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled)



Center for Community Engagement (CCE) Faculty Advisory Committee

The Academic Senate is recruiting for faculty representatives for the Center for Community Engagement (CCE) Faculty Advisory Committee from the following constituencies:

  • Collins – term ends in 2018

If interested please submit your name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate@cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled)


Student Success Fee, Special Projects for Improving Classroon Experience (SPICE) Committee - College of Business Administration Representative

The Academic Senate is recruiting for one (1) faculty member from the College of Business Administration for the Student Success Fee, Special Projects for Improving Classroom Experience (SPICE) Committee for a term ending in 2018.  Full time tenured faculty, tenure track faculty, full-time lecturers with an annual contract, and FERP faculty with a 0.5 base for three quarters are eligible to serve.  Interested individuals should submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate @cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).

Academic Affairs Budget Advisory Committee (AADBAC)

The Academic Senate is recruiting for one (1) faculty member from the College of Business Administration for the Academic Affairs Budget Advisory Committee (AADBAC) for a term ending in 2020. 

The Academic Affairs Division Budget Advisory Committee (AADBAC) meets on Wednesday morning from 9:00 – 10:00 a.m., typically once or twice a quarter.  Full time tenured faculty, tenure track faculty, full-time lecturers with an annual contract, and FERP faculty with a 0.5 base for three quarters are eligible to serve.  Interested individuals should submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate @cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).

eLearning Advisory Board

The Academic Senate is recruiting faculty members from the following constituencies for the eLearning Advisory Board:

  • Collins College of Hospitality Management – one representative needed
  • Library/Related Areas – two representatives needed

The eLearning Advisory Committee works closely with the Faculty Development Advisory Committee, which serves the Faculty Center for Professional Development.  The terms are for three (3) years and the time commitment is quarterly meetings of 2 to 3 hours, held as needed.  Interested individuals should submit their name and a brief statement of qualifications to senate @cpp.edu (Deadline - until filled).


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2017-2018 Academic Senate Standing Committees

The Executive Committee of the Academic Senate is recruiting members for the 2017-18 Academic Senate Standing Committees.  All positions are "at-large" and the terms are for one year, except for the Budget Committee.  The following committees have vacancies:

  • Academic Affairs - Two (2) vacancies
  • Academic Programs - One (1) vacancy
  • Elections and Procedures - Six (6) vacancies
  • Faculty Affairs - One (1) vacancy
  • General Education - Three (3) vacancies
  • Budget - Business (term ends 2019), Related Areas (2020)

If interested please submit the Standing Committee Form to senate@cpp.edu.