The CU System Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) launches a system-wide Search Advocate Program in Fall 2020. Partnering with Oregon State University for three years, the system will host search advocate training twice a year.
The Faculty Council Women's Committee continues their promotion of lactation spaces on campuses.
To highlight the work that Faculty Council has done in the 2021-22 Academic Year, three campus leaders, Cindy O'Bryant (AMC), Jorge Chavez (UCD), and Anna Kosloski (UCCS) contribute their thoughts about shared governance and the goals in which Faculty Council and its committees wish to achieve.
Vicki Lane, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Discipline Director of Marketing Revision Resubmitted , 1/26/2022 (878 words)
"As we engage in another academic year, we must seek out and exploit opportunities to better ourselves as faculty, colleagues, and citizens of CU, including how we can be more deliberate about turning what we say is important to us into reality. This is particularly true for Faculty Council (FC), and specifically for our Executive Committee (EC)."
The Faculty Council has nine standing committees, devoted to addressing matters relevant to CU faculty. On this list, you will also find the Faculty Senate Grievance Committee (AKA Privilege & Tenure Committee), which is a committee of the Faculty Senate, not the Faculty Council. Learn more about each committee, and note that some are still seeking new members from each campus.
Read about the Council's work to strengthen its DEI-related practices, guidelines, and communications to meet CU's DEI goals.
Check out the newly redesigned Faculty Senate | Faculty Council website.
Ever wonder where to get a headshot, if you can access another campus’s library, or what an APS is? The Faculty Council is excited to help you easily find those answers through the new CU Faculty Guide.
See the latest updates to the Office of Digital Education and how to stay connected to your campus efforts and the system.