University Senate Personnel Committee
Purpose and functions
To serve in a policy-forming and advising capacity in the study, clarification, and formulation of policies and procedures affecting faculty and academic professionals as specified in the constitution, including but not limited to:
- University programs for faculty development in research and training
- Faculty promotion and tenure review policies and practices
- Faculty employment policies and practices including hiring and affirmative action
- Salary and compensation review policies
- Grievance policy and procedures
- Sabbatical or other leaves of absence
- Retirement and health care policies.
- Elected: 12 senators, including representation from each of the campuses and one additional member that must be an academic professional with full-time multi-year, probationary or continuing appointment status. The committee should have representation from tenure/tenure eligible as well as non-tenure eligible faculty
- Ex officio nonvoting members: the university president, the provost of the university, and the chair of UAC or their designee.
- The term of the elected members shall be two years. One-half of the elected members shall be replaced each year.
- George Justice, English, Tempe campus, 2022
- Brad Vogus, Engagement and Learning Services, West campus 2022
- Stephen Toth, Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies, West campus 2022
- Christofer Bang, School of Life Sciences, Tempe campus 2022
- Susanna Fishel, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Tempe campus 2022
- Eric Welch, School of Public Affairs, Downtown Phoenix campus 2022
- Mark Manfredo, Morrison School of Agribusiness, Polytechnic campus 2022
Ex officio non-voting members:
- Michael M. Crow, University President
- Nancy Gonzales, Executive Vice President and University Provost
- Eduardo Pagán, Chair of the UAC