An important part of central faculty governance is the work that is done by Senate Assembly committees. We are currently soliciting volunteers to serve on sixteen Senate Assembly committees for the next academic year, of which eleven are advisory to Vice Presidents of the University. Serving on a Senate Assembly committee offers the opportunity to provide input on important issues that affect the university community, including members of the faculty in particular. We encourage your participation. To volunteer, please complete a volunteer form where you can identify the committees that interest you.
University of Michigan Vice President Advisory Committees: (These committees advise the Vice Presidents in accordance with Regent Bylaw 4.06)
Academic Affairs Advisory Committee (AAAC) Provost
Communications Advisory Committee (CAC) VP for Communications
Development Advisory Committee (DAC) VP for Development
Financial Affairs Advisory Committee (FAAC) VP Business and Finance
General Counsel’s Advisory Committee (GCAC) VP and General Counsel
Government Relations Advisory Committee (GRAC) VP for Government Relations
Information Technology Committee (ITC) VP IT and CIO
Medical Affairs Advisory Committee (MAAC) Executive VP Medical Affairs
Research Policies Committee (RPC) VP Research
Secretary of the University Advisory Committee (SAC) VP & Secretary of the University
Student Relations Advisory Committee (SRAC) VP of Student Life
*The membership rosters and official charges for these new committees are being developed.
Committee on Oversight of Administrative Action (COAA):
COAA will address issues related to the Office of Institutional Equity, the grievance process, and the implementation of sanctions.
Committee on the Economic and Social Well-Being of the Faculty (CESWF):
CESWF will address topics related to campus climate and the social well-being of the faculty.
Committee for Fairness, Equality, and Inclusivity (CFEI):
CFEI will address issues of inclusion for all populations on the three campuses including Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint.