Special Fall 2019 Election for General Education Oversight Committee

The IDEAS in Action General Education Curriculum was voted on by the faculty in spring 2019. The proposal for the new curriculum calls for a General Education Oversight Committee to oversee assessment, examine results and propose curricular changes to the new curriculum. The committee will comprise five elected members of the voting faculty, including:

  • One faculty member in a fine arts or humanities department
  • One faculty member in a social sciences department
  • One faculty member in a natural sciences and mathematics department
  • Two additional members of the voting faculty from any department or school

This election is being held via emailed survey from Oct. 9-21, 2019

     General Education Oversight Committee election voter guide

Spring 2019 General Faculty Election Results

See the results here

Voting eligibility and process

Please see Faculty Code § 1-4 for information on eligibility for voting.

On March 27, 2019, all members of the Voting Faculty will receive an email with a unique, individualized link to the balloting survey. The ballot email will carry the subject line “Your ballot for the 2019 Faculty Election.”

To vote, simply click link to your ballot and proceed through the pages to make your selections for each race for which you are eligible to vote. (The ballot will only offer you the races for which you are eligible to vote.) At the end, hit “submit,” and your vote will be registered.

If you believe you are eligible to vote but do not receive (or cannot find) your ballot, please contact our office at 919-962-2146 or facgov@unc.edu.

2019 Faculty Election schedule

  • January 27-February 4: Faculty Interest Survey open
  • February 6-March 1: Faculty Nominating Committee meetings held
  • March 15: Finalize ballot
  • March 18: Contact candidates regarding full voter guide entries
  • March 27: Voter Guide published in the University Gazette
  • March 27: Online Voter Guide posted
  • March 27-April 8: Faculty Election: All members of the voting faculty receive a ballot via email.
  • April 10: Election results reported via email to all faculty.


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