Faculty Senate Representatives
Each academic department in the College of Arts & Sciences maintains a representative on the Faculty Senate. The faculty of each department decide on a method for selecting nominees, runners-up, and replacements when replacements are needed. The department chair is responsible for implementing the method chosen. Nominees will be elected by the College faculty each January or as required by the Faculty Senate.
|Maria Arbelaez||History||2016-2019||Committee Chair - Goals & Directions|
|Bradley Bereitschaft||Geography/Geology||2016-2019||Vice Chair, Goals & Directions|
|Ed Tisko||Chemistry||2016-2019||Goals & Directions (Filling in for Dan Hawkins for 2018-2019)|
|Kelly MacArthur||Sociology & Anthropology||2017-2020||Academic and Curricular Affairs|
|Tammie Kennedy||English||2017-2020||Faculty Personnel & Welfare|
|Andy Zhong||Chemistry||2017-2020||Educational Resources & Services|
|Timi Barone||Sociology & Anthropology||2017-2020||Vice President, Excecutive Committee|
|Mark Schoenbeck||Biology||2017-2020||Educational Resources & Services|
|Claudia Garcia||Foreign Languages||2018-2021|
|Brady DeSanti||Philosophy & Religion||2018-2021|
|Ramazan Kilinc||Political Science||2018-2021||Paul Landow is filling in for fall 2018.|
Additionally, committee members serve as senate representatives on a large variety of committees across campus and on ad hoc committees within the Senate.
For more information, please visit: Faculty Senate
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