The Constitution of the General Faculty was established in 1991, which set the framework for university-level faculty governance at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  As per the Constitution, the faculty “acknowledges the principle of shared-governance, and recognizes the responsibility of the faculty in advising the Chancellor with respect to questions of academic policy, institutional governance, and any other matters pertaining to the institution that are of interest and concern to the faculty. The legislative powers of the General Faculty are vested in a Faculty Senate which is further supported by Faculty Senate Committees charged to address teaching, curriculum, student learning, faculty development and welfare, promotion and tenure, due process, and governance.  Together this body is charged to review, recommend, and approve policies, and in doing so we support educational quality and student success, as well as faculty development, welfare, and success. We are the voice of the faculty, and the 200+ faculty engaged in faculty governance at the university level are service-leaders who ensure that faculty perspectives, in all their diversity, will be represented in matters of deep concern to the faculty, and that are central to the welfare of the university, and its students.

UNCG Faculty Senate Leadership


Andrea Hunter,
Faculty Senate Chair
(2017 – 2019)






TBD
Parliamentarian
(2017 – 2019)
Anthony Chow, Chair-Elect
Anthony Chow,
Chair-Elect (2018 – 2019)

Brad Johnson,
Secretary (2018 – 2020)
Laurie
Laurie Kennedy-Malone,
General Faculty Sec
(2016 – 2018)

Mary Lea Wolfe,
Assistant to Faculty Senate