Information Item#1-Submitted by the Nominations and Elections Committee (2014/2015- Nov)


Elections of Nominations and Elections Committee
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The Online Elections for the upcoming vacancies for the 2015-2017 Nominations and Elections Committee (a Faculty Association Standing Committee) will be available on Monday, November 10, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. and end by following Monday, November 17 at 5:00 p.m. All faculty members will receive a survey ballot via campus email on the same day. Nominations would be accepted through Thursday, October 24, 2014 at 5 p.m. and then again from the floor at the November Faculty Association meeting on November 6th.

Positions available are for the calendar 2-year term, January 2015 to January 2017. No Association member may serve on more than two standing committees (excluding the Executive Committee) at one time nor serve more than two consecutive terms on any one standing committee.

         *TWO from College of Arts and Sciences
         One from Coggin College of Business
         One from College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction
         One from Brooks College of Health
         One from At-large
(this position will hold vice-chair during 2015 and chair for 2016)

To nominate yourself or a willing colleague, give your nomination to any member of the Nominations and Elections Committee (COAS-Ron Lukens-Bull, CCB-John McEldowney, CCEC-Patrick Kreidl, COEHS-Sophie Maxis, BCH-Mary Lundy, LIBRARY-Marielle Veve, Vice-Chair-Pingying Zhang) or
call your nomination to Dr. Chung-Ping (Albert) Loh, chair of Nominations & Elections Committee, Associate Professor of Economic and Geography Department, or via e-mail: cloh@unf.edu (ext 1227)



Bylaws Amendment ( FA# 14-18)
(7) For all the Faculty Association Standing committees and the University Committees that have college-specific representation, only members of the relevant college may vote on their college representatives.

And

*Bylaws Amendment (FA#14-26)
H. Nominations and Elections Committee:
The committee shall consist of eight nine faculty members: two from COAS and one from each of the other colleges and the Library, and two at large. An at-large member who is in the second year of his/her term shall serve as chairperson of the Committee.