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Rule 30401: Employee and Faculty Advisory Councils

Rule 30401: Employee and Faculty Advisory Councils

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Series: 
30000: Personnel
Who should know: 
Faculty
Employees
Responsible Offices: 
Academic Affairs
Business Affairs
Health Affairs
Date Approved: 
December 10, 2004
Date Last Amended: 
January 14, 2015

Sec. 1 Employee Advisory Council. 

A staff Employee Advisory Council represents institutions in the U. T. System to facilitate the flow of ideas and information between and among the Board of Regents, the System Administration, and the institutions of the System. The Executive Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs or his or her designee serves as System liaison to the Council. Representatives of the Employee Advisory Council are encouraged to address the Board of Regents at meetings of the Board, including meetings of the Standing Committees, and may recommend action to the Board through the Chancellor. At least once each year, a meeting will be arranged between the Employee Advisory Council Executive Committee and the Board of Regents.

Sec. 2 Faculty Advisory Council. 

A Faculty Advisory Council represents institutions in the U. T. System to facilitate the flow of ideas and information between and among the Board of Regents, the System Administration, and the institutions of the System. The Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs or his or her designee serves as System liaison to the Council. Representatives of the Faculty Advisory Council are encouraged to address the Board of Regents at meetings of the Board, including meetings of the Standing Committees, and may recommend action to the Board through the Chancellor. At least once each year, a meeting will be arranged between the Faculty Advisory Council Executive Committee and the Board of Regents.

Definitions:

None

Amended Log

Editorial amendments made January 14, 2015
Editorial amendment to Sec. 1 made September 1, 2010
December 10, 2004

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