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Faculty Senate

The Faculty Senate is the faculty governing body for Kent State University. It is primarily concerned with matters of university educational policies, curriculum, academic and professional standards, and the establishment, discontinuance and major alteration of academic programs. The senate also possesses shared responsibilities and advisory responsibilities. In addition, the Faculty Senate may consider other matters pertaining to the welfare and mission of the university.

Faculty Senate Membership

  • Currently, there are 48 Senators representing 21 different electorates, 27 non-voting Ex-Officio members, and 3 Observers (1 Emeritus Professor, 1 Graduate Student Senate, and 1 Undergraduate Student Senate).
  • Senators are elected each year on a rotating basis for three-year terms.
  • Each year, the Senators elect the Executive Committee, which consists of a Chair, a Vice Chair, a Secretary, and an At-Large member.
  • In addition, 2 appointed members are selected for the Executive Committee.

 

AY18-19 Faculty Senate

Senators for AY18-19  (PDF)
Ex-officio & Observers for AY-18-19  (PDF)

 

AY18-19 Executive Committee

Pamela E. Grimm,  Chair
Robin S. Vande Zande,  Vice Chair
Edward Dauterich, Secretary
Tracy Laux,  At-Large
David "Blake" Stringer,  Appt'd Member
Zhiqiang "Molly" Wang,  Appt'd Member
 
 

 

Meeting Details

The Faculty Senate Meetings for 2017-2018 are scheduled as follows.  Generally, the meetings are scheduled on the second Monday of each month (except where noted). All Faculty Senate meetings are held at 3:20 pm in the Governance Chambers of the Student Center.