Have your voice heard: Serve as a Faculty Senate student representative in 2015-2016

Undergraduate representatives are needed to serve on the committees of the Faculty Senate for the upcoming 2015-2016 school year.

The Case Western Reserve Faculty Senate is composed of elected members of the university faculty and has regular meetings, approximately once a month. Its powers and obligations include making recommendations to the university faculty and to the president for consideration and transmittal to the Board of Trustees. Much of the work of the Faculty Senate is done through its committees.

Undergraduate students are needed to serve as Faculty Senate Representatives on the following committees:

  • Committee on Information and Communication Technology
  • Committee on Minority Affairs
  • Committee on University Libraries
  • Committee on Undergraduate Education
    • Academic Standing Subcommittee
    • Admission and Aid Subcommittee
    • Curriculum Subcommittee
    • Student Life Subcommittee

Those who are interested in serving on any of these committees, or have questions, should contact Nishant Uppal at usg-vp-academicaffairs@case.edu.

For more information about the Faculty Senate, please visit case.edu/president/facsen/.