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Faculty Council


The Faculty Council makes university-wide educational policies and recommends recipients for honorary degrees and special awards. Meeting materials, membership records, memorials and resolutions are found here.

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Faculty Code & Handbook


The Faculty Code of University Government provides the framework for faculty governance at Carolina. The Faculty Handbook is a portal to policies and resources for teaching, research and professional development opportunities.

Committees

Committees


Committees advise the faculty and administrators on a range of issues related to teaching, research and campus climate. A list of committees and their charges, memberships and reports are found here.

 

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Nearly three hundred faculty from across the University participate in campus-wide faculty governance every year.

Faculty members serve on the Faculty Council and a diverse array of committees that take up issues such as undergraduate educational policy, promotion and tenure decisions, fixed-term faculty policies, varsity athletics, diversity and faculty welfare. We welcome faculty members to contact us at any time to express interest in service.

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News

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2016-17 Faculty Council meeting dates posted

The General Faculty and Faculty Council meeting schedule is now online here. This webpage will be populated with links to agendas, meeting materials and minutes when they became available. Please bookmark the link and check back for more information. Please note … Continued

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Steponaitis elected Secretary of the Faculty

Prof. Vin Steponaitis, professor of anthropology, Director of the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, and chair of the curriculum in archaeology, will become Secretary of the Faculty as of July 1, 2016. He will succeed longtime Secretary Joe Ferrell, who is retiring … Continued

Vote

2016 Faculty Elections results posted

We’ve posted the results of the 2016 faculty elections here. This year’s turnout rate was about 41%, down a little from previous years but still strong. Thanks to all who expressed interest in serving, all who ran for various offices, and … Continued

Diversity

March ‘diversity syllabus’ explores race and privilege

Last month’s installment of the Faculty Council’s “diversity syllabus,” a year-long program to highlight diversity and inclusion efforts at the University, featured Professor Elizabeth Dickinson from the Kenan-Flagler School of Business. Professor Dickinson led an activity and discussion on race, … Continued

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