Union, Senate each get one member

From the most recent meeting of the special legislative committee on independent university boards:

Board Composition

  • 2 Students, one undergraduate, one graduate (if appropriate) nominated by the relevant student organization(s) and appointed by the Governor.
  • 2 faculty, one nominated by nominated by the faculty senate and one by the faculty union if there is one, and appointed by the Governor.
  • 1 non-faculty staff member, nominated by the statewide staff organization and appointed by the Governor.
  • 1 from the SBHE.
  • 7 appointed at large by the Governor. These will (normally) be Oregon residents. One
    will be nominated the Foundation Board.
    [Current SBHE: 2 students, 2 faculty, 1 CC President, seven at-large.]
More here. Obviously this is all subject to change. 8/7/2012.
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2 Responses to Union, Senate each get one member

  1. Anonymous says:

    The Senate, by virtue of being created by the faculty assembly, is the body legally vested with a role in governance, and it consists of *all* faculty. The union excludes law and many science faculty. Why not have all faculty delegates to the board come from the faculty assembly?

    • Old Man says:

      “…all faculty delegates to the board come from the faculty assembly…) sounds exactly right to me.

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