Overview: The Rules Committee reviews and suggests modifications, in the “Rules of the University Senate, the Senate Assembly, and the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs” or other Senate Assembly legislation.
SACUA and Senate Assembly Chair
Established by Senate Assembly according to Regents’ Bylaw 4.06:
…The assembly may create other standing and special committees to assist it with its work….
Established by Senate Assembly (prior to Dec. 19, 1977), formerly called the Bylaws Committee
Senate Assembly Reapportionment determined 5 February 2010 by the Rules Committee: View Meeting Minutes
Purpose: This committee shall, upon the request of the Senate, The Senate Assembly, SACUA or a committee of the Senate Assembly, review and suggest changes, if any, in the “Rules of the University Senate, the Senate Assembly, and the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs”, or other Senate Assembly legislation. The committee shall advise upon proposed formulations of changes in the Rules; upon Rules alleged no longer to be descriptive of the functions to be performed; and shall furnish interpretations of the meaning and application of Rules.
Composition: Six members; five faculty members and the Secretary of the Senate with terms of three years each.
|Scott Masten, Chair||Business||09/01/15|
|Leslie Hollingsworth||Social Work||09/01/15|
|2005-2006 Rules Committee Report on Extension of Membership in the University Senate to Clinical Faculty and Assistant Librarians
May 7, 2006
|2004-2005 Rules Committee Report|
|March 18, 2005 Cover Memo|
|Proposed Changes: Bylaws and Rules
|Rules-Bylaws Side-by-Side Comparison|
|Reapportionment of Senate Assembly – Issues for Discussion|
|Analysis of Changes Recommended|
|1999-2000 Annual Report of the Rules Committee|
|Report of the Rules Committee on The Representation of Currently Unrepresented Groups on the University of Michigan Senate Assembly
April 14, 1999
|1998-1999 Rules Committee Report|
|1995-1996 Rules Committee Report|