The Spring 2018 Faculty Elections are complete. In Spring 2019, those eligible will run for and vote to fill vacancies on the Senate, and ten of the Senate Standing Committees, with service terms that begin in Fall 2019. Elections in 2019 will include nominations and voting for a Senate Chair (F19-S21), and a Senate Secretary (F19-S20). Faculty will also be electing an ASCSU representative to serve a three-year term, with service beginning in Fall 2019. And, in addition to the Standing Committees, voting will take place to fill Fall '19 vacancies on the Faculty Awards Selection Committee, Professional Leave Committee, Faculty Center Advisory Council and Faculty Grants Committee.
NEAC is issuing a Call for nominations to fill a vacancy for Senator, serving on the CSU Academic Senate (ASCSU), or “statewide Senate”. ASCSU is made up of faculty members from each of the CSU’s 23 campuses and represents the CSU faculty in matters of system-wide concern. CSUSM has two ASCSU representatives, serving three-year, staggered terms. This Call is for nominations to fill the Fall 2018 through Spring 2021 vacancy. Those who are receiving this email are considered eligible to run for this seat, as defined in our Constitution and Bylaws document.
Traditionally, the ASCSU holds five plenary meetings each year in Long Beach (click here for this year’s calendar to see an example of a typical AY meeting schedule – statewide senators attend those meetings labeled “Plenary” during their first year of service). The ASCSU’s committees also meet periodically. At times, these meetings are conducted electronically or via telephone. Note: An ASCSU Senator does not typically serve on a committee during the first year of her/his three-year term). Travel costs are covered by our campus Senate Office., and reimbursed to CSUSM by the CSU Senate.
For additional information, you may wish to visit the ASCSU’s website found at this link.
If you are “eligible faculty” interested in representing CSUSM on the ASCSU for the period of Fall 2018 through Spring 2021, nominations will be accepted until 5:00 PM on Monday, April 2nd. A list of nominees will be posted on the Spring Election Sample Ballot on 3/13/16. Nominations should be sent via email to the Academic Senate Office.
For your convenience, below is a table showing anticipated meeting days/times for Senate Standing Committees for 19/20, in addition to a link to corresponding webpage where you will find a current roster and the committee charge.
Please note: Senate meets nine times during the academic year – usually the first Wednesday of each month, from 12:30 PM to 2:20 PM.
|Committee (click on committee for current roster and committee charge)||Anticipated Meeting day/time 18/19|
|Academic Policy Committee (APC)*||1:45 – 3:45 PM on non-Senate Wednesdays|
|Budget and Long-Range Planning Committee (BLP)*||Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:15 PM|
|Faculty Affairs Committee (FAC)*||Mondays, 1:00-2:30 PM|
|General Education Committee (GEC)*||Thursdays, 10:00 – 11:30 AM|
|Nominations, Elections, Appointments & Constitution Committee (NEAC)*||Meets via email and during year at days/times convenient to all members|
|Program Assessment Committee (PAC)*||Every other Friday, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM|
|Promotion and Tenure Committee (PTC)*||Meetings scheduled around member availability|
|Student Affairs Committee (SAC)*||Every other Tuesday, 3:00-4:00 PM|
|Technology Policy & Advisory Committee (TPAC)*||Every other Monday, 1:00 – 2:30 PM|
|University Curriculum Committee (UCC)*||Mondays, 1:00 – 2:30 PM|
|Faculty Awards Selection Committee (FASC)||Meetings scheduled around member availability|
|Faculty Center Advisory Committee (FCAC)||2nd Friday of each month, 1:00 – 2:30 PM|
|Faculty Grants Committee (FGC)||Meetings scheduled around member availability|
|Professional Leave Committee (PLC)||Meetings scheduled around member availability|
*Senate Standing Committee
On behalf of NEAC, we thank all faculty who participate in shared governance and the Spring Election process each year.