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Lecturer Committee (LC)

LC Agendas and Minutes 22/23 (Accessible to Campus Community)
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Meeting Day/Time:  Thursdays, 12:00 Noon to 12:50 p.m.
Meeting Dates:
Fall 2022 - September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; October 6, 13, 20, 27; November 3, 10, 17; December 8 (if needed)
Spring 2023 - February 2, 9, 16, 23; March 2, 9, 16, 30; April 6, 13, 20, 27

(Each college-level unit will be guaranteed at least one voting Lecturer Committee seat; when necessary, the college-level units will elect their Lecturer Committee representatives from among their Lecturer Faculty.)
VOTING MEMBERS 22/23 SEAT (Representing)
Lenuta Gonzales (CSTEM) APC Lecturer Representative 22-24
Lucia Gordon (CHABSS) ARACSJC Lecturer Representative 21-23
Christina Simokat (CHABSS) FAC Lecturer Representative 22-24
Kris Kirschbaum (CHABSS) BLP Lecturer Representative 21-23
Lucia Gordon (CHABSS) GEC Lecturer Representative 22-24
Terri Metzger (CHABSS), LC Chair, 22/23 NEAC Lecturer Representative 22-24
Kathy Fuller (CEHHS) PAC Lecturer Representative 22/23
Alison Kreisler (CHABSS) TPAC Lecturer Representative 22-24
Lisa Bandong (CEHHS) SAC Lecturer Representative 21-23
Erika Shuh (CHABSS) UCC Lecturer Representative 21-23
Amanda Kalish (LIBRARY) Library Representative 22/23
VACANT CSTEM Representative 22/23
VACANT CoBA Representative 22/23
Staci Beavers (CHABSS) Tenured/Tenure Track Faculty At-large 21-23
(Must have Department Chair/Program Director experience or other
administrative experience related to Lecturers.)
Non-Voting Member List
EX OFFICIO (NON-VOTING) MEMBERS TITLE
Mary Oling-Sisay, Vice Provost Provost or Vice Provost (as determined by Provost)
Pamela Redela CFA Representative (elected by CFA members)
TBD Student Representative (appointed by ASI)

Committee Charge

The Lecturer Committee shall address issues related to Lecturer Faculty members, including the inclusion, equity, participation, and representation of Lecturer Faculty members in the University community. Duties include but are not limited to: review policies, procedures, and reports pertaining to Lecturer Faculty, propose policy, provide feedback and input to other Senate Standing Committees, serving as a resource and point of expertise for administration, Faculty, staff, and students, and communicating with Lecturers in college-level units and other entities as appropriate regarding Senate business. In pursuit of these duties, the committee may create ad hoc subcommittees. The Chair of the Lecturer Committee will be a voting member of the Executive Committee of the Academic Senate.