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FGCU Faculty Senate

FGCU Faculty Senate

Institutional Affairs

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The Institutional Affairs Team consists of one faculty member representing each academic unit and one student appointed by the SGA. Up to five (5) ex officio members are to be appointed by the President of FGCU.

The Institutional Affairs Team functions as an advisory group and coordinating body with University administration, other nonacademic units, and the community on policy matters affecting the mission of the institution. The team will review and recommend policies concerning all matters relating to, but not limited to, campus planning and environmental concerns, institutional effectiveness and academic assessment; coordination of intern programs and community service activities; support of faculty research, scholarship, and service; academic calendar; and boundary-spanning activities and gifts.

Fitch, Holly CHPSW 2018
Valencia, Adrian LCOB 2018
Johnston, Danvers WCE 2017
Rea, Dorothy (Facilitator) COE 2019
Carlin, Anna LIB 2019
Strahorn, Eric CAS 2017
Gardner, Laura SG  
Cicero, Chelsea ex-officio, SAC  
Snauwaert, Sue ex-officio, Registrar  
Byars, Susan ex-officio, Registrar  

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Institutional Affairs Schedule



Thursday, September 22, 2016
Merwin 309


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