Don’t forget to take the Faculty Committee Interest Survey by Feb. 25 and to attend the next Academic Senate meeting on March 2.
If you missed the January Academic Senate meeting, then read all the highlights here.
If you missed the December Academic Senate meeting, then read all the highlights here.
If you missed the November Academic Senate meeting, then read all the highlights here.
Thanks to the efforts of students led by Kaitlin McLean, a safety policy statement will be required in all course syllabi starting this fall.
Law professor Randy Dryer elected as the first career-line faculty member in the U’s history to lead Academic Senate.
The Academic Senate Personnel & Elections Committee needs your assistance.
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