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Storify of November Council meeting available

November 28, 2016

Special guest live-tweeter Professor Paul Jones put together a collection of tweets from the Faculty Council meeting on Friday, November 18 for those who are interested in seeing the highlights. Please keep in mind that tweets from the meeting reflect the … Continued

October 7 Faculty Council meeting materials now posted

October 5, 2016

The Faculty Council will meet this Friday, October 7, 3:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. In Kerr Hall, room 2001 (Eshelman School of Pharmacy). The agenda is posted here on our website. As usual, we ask Council members to arrive by 2:45 p.m. and sit towards the front/middle … Continued

Steponaitis elected Secretary of the Faculty

May 13, 2016

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

Summary of actions from the February 19 Faculty Council meeting

March 9, 2016

Summary of resolutions presented to the Faculty Council and their outcomes: Resolution 2016-4. On Supporting and Sustaining LGBTQ Academic Initiatives, presented by Professor Ruth Salvaggio (English and Comparative Literature) and a group of faculty sponsors who are affiliated with the … Continued

Faculty Council agenda for February 19 posted

February 18, 2016

The Faculty Council agenda for the February 19, 2016 meeting has been posted here. The agenda this month includes remarks from the chancellor and provost, another installment of the “diversity syllabus,” second votes on three proposed amendments to the Faculty … Continued

Faculty votes to amend Code at January and February meetings

February 16, 2016

The General Faculty and the Faculty Council considered three resolutions presented by the Committee on University Government at the January 29 Faculty Council meeting. Each of the resolutions passed the first reading and will be voted on once more on … Continued