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Nominations are now being sought to fill upcoming faculty vacancies on the College Academic Council, the College's standing committees and College members of the University Core Curriculum Committee.  Elections are for terms which will begin Fall 2014.  All tenured or tenure-track faculty are eligible to vote.

See the following links to provide information about the vacancies and the process:

Nomination forms are due to Anne Sawyer (asawyer@ku.edu) by Tuesday, April 22, 2014



Matters relating to regulations, procedures, policies and requirements for students, faculty and academics in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences are considered and acted upon by the executive governing bodies – College Assembly and the College Academic Council – and five standing committees. 

The College Assembly is the chief governing body of the College, and the College Academic Council acts on behalf of the Assembly. The Standing Committees review and recommend action or policies in specific areas to the College Academic Council. Follow the links below for more information regarding committee members, minutes and subcommittees. 


Executive Governing Bodies

Membership»​ of the College Assembly comprises all tenured and tenure-track faculty in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, plus emeritus faculty and elected undergraduate and graduate students.

Membership» of CAC comprises elected faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and representatives of departmental chairs, program directors and unclassified staff. 

Standing Committees of the College Assembly

Membership on the Standing Committees is determined by faculty and student elections» during the spring of each year. 



Anne Sawyer
Executive Assistant to the Dean
(785) 864-3540

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