Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure
Purpose and Functions
- The committee shall follow the policies and procedures for grievances established in ABOR Policy 6-201 and ASU policy ACD 509–02, “Grievance Policy for Faculty.”
- the committee shall investigate alleged infringements upon the academic freedom or tenure of faculty members
- the committee shall hear cases assigned to it by the Clearinghouse Committee
- the committee shall deal with dismissal and disability status.
- Twelve members: six from the Tempe campus and two each from the Downtown campus, the Polytechnic campus and the West campus. Members shall be elected by the Academic Assembly from among tenured professors and tenured associate professors. Assembly members may vote only for those nominees for their campus. The term shall be three years, one-third of the elected members to be replaced each year. Members may not hold administrative positions at the level of department chair or above.
- Jill Messing, School of Social Work, Downtown Phoenix campus 2022
- Xihong Peng, Department of Physics, Polytechnic campus 2023
- Marco Janssen, School of Sustainability, Tempe campus 2023
- Aya Matsuda, Department of English, Tempe campus 2023
- Kristin Mickelson, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Polytechnic campus 2023
- Majia Nadesan, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences , West campus 2024
- Pamela Swan, College of Health Solutions, Downtown Phoenix campus 2024
- Aaron Hess, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Downtown Phoenix campus 2024
- Rida Bazzi, Computing, Informatics, and Decisions Systems Engineering, Tempe campus 2022
- Eric Kostelich, Mathematics and Statistical Sciences, Tempe campus 2022
- Shawn Jordan, EGR Program, Polytechnic campus 2022
- Angelica Afanador Pujol, School of Art, Tempe campus 2022
- Alan Gomez, School of Social Transformation, Tempe campus 2023
- President of the University Senate
To officially submit a grievance, please go to Filing a Grievance.