Agenda

Monthly meetings are open. All members of the University of Virginia's Non-Tenure-Track Faculty and Senior Professional Research Staff are invited to attend. 

The General Faculty Council is the elective body representing the Non-Tenure-Track Faculty and Senior Professional Research Staff of the University of Virginia. 

 

 


General Faculty Council

Agenda
Wednesday, January 14, 2014
12:00 noon - 1:30 pm Room 421 (Scholars' Lab) - Alderman Library

1. Call to Order; round-robin introductions
2. Approve minutes

Regular Reports

3. Partnerships and Outside Groups

• Faculty Senate - Joe Garofalo
• Provost's NTTF Task Force - Greg Saathoff et al

4. GFC standing committees

• Communications - Jennifer Stertzer
• Policy - Barbara Kessler and Kathryn Reid
• Data Management - Jennifer Stertzer
• Bylaws - Sarah Ware
• Elections (1) - Jeff Sitler

5. Follow-up panel presentation / Q&A on the University's Policies and Procedures Regarding Sexual Assault: U.Va. Studente Affairs, U.Va. Student Health, and Title IX consultant

Meeting adjourns.

Next meeting:
Wednesday, February 11, 2014 - 12:00-1:30pm



(1)

All Ex Officio members have the rights and privileges of membership, including the right to vote. [Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised (11th ed.), pp. 483-84; p. 497, ll. 20-29.]

• “In the executive board of a society, if the ex-officio member of the board is under the authority of the society (that is, if he is a member, an employee, or an elected or appointed officer of the society), there is no distinction between him and the other board members. If the ex-officio member is not under the authority of the society, he has all the privileges of board membership, including the right to make motions and to vote, but none of the obligations…The latter class of ex-officio board member, who has no obligation to participate, should not be counted in determining the number required for a quorum or whether a quorum is present at a meeting. Whenever an ex-officio board member is also ex officio an officer to the board, he of course has the obligation to serve as a regular working member.”

Passage from GFC Bylaws: “There shall be a minimum of 18 and a maximum of 21 elected, voting members of the Council.”