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Aug 25 14

Fall 2014 Faculty Governance Elections

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The Faculty Senate elections subcommittee hereby announces the special 2014 Faculty Governance elections. These elections will fill vacancies on councils and committees for the fall. The deadline for self-nominations is Tuesday, Sept. 2, at 11 a.m.

 

OPEN SEATS ON COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES:

  • Faculty Senate: 1 CAS, 1 COE, 1 RP, 3 At-Large
  • Faculty Senate, Instructor Seat: 1 CAS, 1 COE
  • Faculty Council on Academic Affairs: 1 CBM
  • Faculty Council on Finance and Administration: 1 At-Large
  • Faculty Council on Institutional Advancement AKA Marketing and Communication: 1 CAS
  • Faculty Council on Student Affairs: 1 CBM
  • Faculty Council on Technology: 1 CBM*
  • Committee on General Education: 1 RP; 1 At-Large
  • Advisory Committee on Faculty Awards: 1 CAS
  • Advisory Committee to the Library: 1 CAS
  • University Planning and Budget Committee: 1 CBM, 1 COE
  • University Personnel Committee (tenured only and no chairs): 1 CAS, 1 CBM, 2 COE, 1 At-Large
  • Academic Programs Elimination Committee: 1 CAS, 1 COE, 1 RP, 1 At-Large

*one self-nomination has been received

The constituency election will be held first. After the results are announced, an at-large election will be held.

 

If you self-nominate for both constituency and at-large seats and win a constituency seat, your at-large nomination will be withdrawn.

 

The constituency election will be held first. After the results are announced, an at-large election will be held.

 

If you self-nominate for both constituency and at-large seats and win a constituency seat, your at-large nomination will be withdrawn.

 

ABOUT THE NOMINATIONS

 

What

You may self-nominate for open seats on the councils and committees as listed above. Faculty in your college votes for constituency seats. Faculty in all colleges votes for at-large seats.

 

Who

Tenured and tenure track faculty and chairs: You may self-nominate and vote for councils and committees with the exception that chairs and tenure track faculty may not self-nominate for seats on the University Personnel Committee.

 

Fulltime non-tenured, non-tenure track faculty (instructors in the bargaining unit): You may self-nominate and vote for instructor representative of the Faculty Senate.

 

How

Send an email to Sabrina at the Faculty Governance Office (s-guth1@neiu.edu) by Tuesday, Sept. 2, at 11 a.m. with the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your department
  • The council(s) or committee(s) for which you wish to self-nominate
  • The type of seat desired: constituency, at-large, or both for each self-nomination

TIMELINE

 

Constituency voting announcement via email

Sept. 2, 2014

  • The ballot and instructions will be available on this website.
  • Constituency voting deadline is Sept. 8, 2014.

At-large voting announcement via email

Sept. 8, 2014

  • If you wish to observe the tabulation of the constituency votes, please contact the Faculty Governance office at s-guth1@neiu.edu or on x4377.
  • Constituency winners will be announced.
  • At-large ballot and instructions will be available on this website.
  • At-large voting deadline is Sept. 15, 2014.

General Election Winners targeted announcement

Sept. 15, 2014

  • If you wish to observe the tabulation of votes in the at-large election, please contact the Faculty Governance office at s-guth1@neiu.edu or on x4377.
  • The list of elected members of councils and committees will be available on this website.

QUESTIONS

 

With questions, contact Sabrina Guth in Faculty Governance at s-guth1@neiu.edu.

Apr 2 14

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Constituency and At Large Seat Winners, Faculty Governance Spring 2014