|A.||In accord with Chapter 21, Section 21–42
and Chapter 22, Section 22–34, the Senate
shall designate two faculty members to serve respectively as Faculty Legislative
Representative and Deputy Faculty Representative. The Senate may, in alternate years
during the legislative non-budget sessions, choose whether to appoint a Deputy
Legislative Representative. Their duties shall be to represent the faculty in all
matters of legislation affecting the University, and, to the extent necessary, to
attend sessions of the State Legislature and appear before legislative committees on
behalf of the faculty.
|B.||The Faculty Legislative Representative and the Deputy Faculty Representative shall
serve for one-year terms beginning August 1.
|C.||The Executive Committee shall submit to the Senate at its first Spring Quarter meeting
each year one or more nominations for the position of Faculty Legislative Representative
and one or more nominations for the position of Deputy Faculty Representative if
appropriate. The Senate shall elect the Faculty Legislative Representative and the Deputy
Faculty Legislative Representative.
|D.||If either the office of the Legislative Representative or the office of the
Deputy Legislative Representative becomes vacant, the Executive Committee shall submit
one or more nominations to the Senate at its first meeting after such vacancy occurs,
and the Senate shall elect the replacement to serve for the remainder of the unexpired
|E.||The Faculty Legislative Representative and the Deputy are ex officio members of the Senate Executive Committee, the Senate, the Faculty Council on Faculty Affairs, the Faculty Council on Research, the Faculty Council on University Facilities and Services, the Faculty Council on Tri-Campus Policy, and the Senate Committee on Planning and Budgeting.|
S–A 29, June 8, 1964; S–B 118, December 17, 1971; S–B 149, December 5, 1988; S–A 104, April 9, 2001; S–B 171, March 26, 2004: all with Presidential approval; RC, June 1, 2010.
[For the function of the Senate Chair as spokesperson and representative of the Senate, see Chapter 22, Section 22–54, Subsection E.]
[See Employment and Administrative Policies, Chapter 115, "Retirement," which links to the UWRP plan document and includes a section titled "Retirement Because of Condition of Health."]
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