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a. Standing Faculty Committees are ongoing and will consist of faculty members only.
b. Faculty Ad hoc Committees are time-limited and are appointed by the Faculty Chair or the Chair of a Standing Committee (in consultation with the Chair) and will consist only of faculty members.
c. Campus Committees (such as the Safety Committee) may consist of administrators, faculty, and staff who meet on a continuing basis. Campus committees are appointed and charged by the Campus Dean.
d. Task Forces (such as the New Programs Task Force) are time-limited and may include administrators, faculty, and staff. Task Forces are appointed and charged by the Campus Dean.
2. Committee Assignments
All Faculty are expected and all FTNTT faculty are invited to contribute to the campus community by serving on committees, including FC standing committees, search committees, and task forces when called upon. Both the Dean and the Chair of Faculty Council should carefully consider each faculty member’s workload and other committee assignments, including membership on department and University committees, before making assignments.
If a Faculty ad hoc committee convenes for more than two (2) years, Faculty Council may recommend establishing it as a standing faculty committee. The Tuscarawas Campus recognizes the following standing committees:
* Faculty Affairs
* Student Affairs
* Academic Affairs
* Academic Learning Commons
* Electronic Communications
* Community Engagement
a. After soliciting individual faculty preferences, the Chair of the Faculty Council shall select the members of each standing committee for a one-year term.
b. Topics for committee activity may be suggested by any member of the Faculty Council or developed through consultation with the Campus Dean, and may be made to either the chair of the appropriate standing committee or to the Chair of the Faculty Council, who will then assign the activity.
c. A committee chair shall be selected from within the committee by the Chair of the Faculty Council for a one-year term. The committee chair is responsible for conducting meetings at least once per semester, at a time convenient for its members, and for reporting committee progress at both the Faculty Chair’s Cabinet and Faculty Council.
d. Administrators may be invited to attend and/or serve as ex-officio, non-voting members of standing committee meetings.
e. The proceedings of any committee, as well as any proposed resolutions, should be reported by the chair of that committee to the Faculty Council at its next regularly scheduled meeting.
3. Standing Committees
Standing committee charges are assigned by the Faculty Council Chair in consultation with the Campus Dean. The Tuscarawas Campus recognizes six standing committees:
a. Faculty Affairs
b. Student Affairs
c. Academic Affairs
d. Academic Learning Commons
e. Electronic Communications
f. Community Engagement