Faculty Judicial Board
The Faculty Judicial Board shall conduct a formal hearing upon request of the Grievance Committee; request of a faculty member who alleges violation of academic freedom in denial of tenure, promotion, or reappointment; in cases of sanctions for misconduct, dismissal for cause, alleged misconduct in research, termination based on financial exigency or change in educational program; request of a faculty member appealing from a decision rendered pursuant to the Policy on Unlawful Harassment and Unlawful Discrimination; request of a faculty member claiming unlawful discrimination in the denial of tenure or promotion; request of the Provost.
Faculty Handbook 184.108.40.206.
- Arts and Humanities: Paul Soukup, S.J., Communication 2013; Kathleen Maxwell,
Art and Art History 2015
- Sciences and Social Sciences: Daniel Ostrov, Mathematics and Computer Science 2013;
Leslie Gray, Environmental Studies and Sciences
- Business: J. Michael Munson, Marketing 2013; Helen Popper, Economics 2015
- Engineering: S. Kate Wilson, Electrical 2013; Terry Shoup, Mechanical Engineering 2015;
- Law: Alan Scheflin 2013; Kenneth Manaster 2015
- School of Education and Counseling Psychology: Pedro Hernandez-Ramos, Education 2013
- Jesuit School of Theology: Thomas Cattoi 2015
The faculty of the Schools of Business, Engineering, and Law shall each elect to the Faculty Judicial Board two representatives from among their tenured members. The College of Arts & Sciences shall elect four representatives: two from the departments offering the Bachelor of Arts degree and two from the departments offering the Bachelor of Science degree. The term of office is three calendar years and shall be staggered to ensure continuity. No member shall serve two consecutive terms, except that a member hearing a pending matter shall continue to hear and participate in the resolution of that grievance.
Minutes are not available.