Tricia S. Jones, SMC, 1-7540, email@example.com, '19
Harold Klein, FSBM, 1-8883, firstname.lastname@example.org, '19**
Paul S. LaFollette, CST, 1-6822, email@example.com, '18
Rafael Porrata-Doria, Law, 1-7694, firstname.lastname@example.org, '18**
Mark Rahdert (Chr.), Law, 1-8966, email@example.com, '17
(updated October 18, 2016)
In keeping with the standards of academic freedom, the Faculty Senate Personnel Committee shall serve as the final faculty determinant of the rights of a faculty member in cases of dismissal, denial of tenure, or other grievances and shall after a full inquiry make recommendations to the Senate as to the fair disposition of the case.
The Faculty Senate Personnel Committee shall consist of five Senators elected for three-year terms by the University Faculty Senate. The Personnel Committee shall, if it deems it advisable in considering a given case, appoint not more than two additional pro-tempore members from the college or school involved to join in the consideration of the said case. These pro-tempore members shall have the power to vote.