University Development Priorities Committee Policy -- SUPERSEDED BY .....UAAAC

Reference Number: S93-184
Senate Approval Date: Friday, January 01, 1993

**SUPERSEDED BY F98-184**

 

University Development Priorities Committee

Statement of Responsibilities

 

Academic Senate Policy S93-184

At its meeting of April 13, 1993, the Academic Senate approved the following proposal to develop a committee on University development priorities:

A.

Charge

 

1.

The University Development Priorities Committee, an all-university committee shall:

   

a.

review all proposals for external developmental fund raising submitted to the Office of University Development;

   

b.

establish developmental fund raising priorities from among the proposals reviewed;

   

c.

recommend developmental fund raising priorities to the President.

 

2.

The University Development Priorities Committee regular advisory statements and annual report shall be addressed to the President and the Academic Senate.

 

3.

Clerical support for the Committee’s activities shall be furnished by and minutes made available in the Office of University Development.

B.

Membership

 

1.

The University Development Priorities Committee shall include nine (9) members composed as follows:

   

a.

The Vice President for Academic Affairs or designee;

   

b.

Four faculty elected for three-year staggered terms through the process described below;

   

c.

Two Deans, appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs, serving on a rotating basis ;

   

d.

The Director of University Development [ex officio, non-voting];

   

e.

A representative of the Professional Development Council [liaison, non-voting].

 

2.

Constituencies shall elect/select their members so that terms of office may commence at the beginning of the academic year.

 

3.

The faculty of each School/Library, not represented by continuing members, shall elect one nominee each. An all-university election will be held to elect sufficient faculty to fill the vacant positions from the slate of nominees. The first all-university election will produce staggered terms; the two nominees with the highest vote total will be elected for three year terms, the nominee with the third highest vote total will be elected for a two year term, and the nominee with the fourth highest vote total will be elected for a one year term.

 

**APPROVED BY PRESIDENT CORRIGAN ON APRIL 14, 1993**