University Senate

Four campuses, One senate

The University Senate is the representative body of the Arizona State University Academic Assembly.

The University Senate consists of all tenured and tenure-eligible faculty, academic professionals, and full-time contract faculty (i.e. lecturers and senior lecturers, instructors, clinical faculty, research faculty, and professors of practice).  Empowered by the Constitution (see ACD112-01) to “act for the Academic Assembly in matters relating to: academic affairs, personnel policies, faculty-student policies, finances and University services and facilities,” this site provides timely as well as archived information regarding the work of the University Senate and issues facing the university community.

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Salik April 2022 TechTalk


Professor Steve Salik

Clinical Assistant Professor
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Q: What is your favorite teaching technology that you are using right now?

A: Adobe Creative Cloud Express formerly Adobe Spark Video

Q: Can you share an example of how you are using this technology?

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Faculty Achievement

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