Voting results for CHS bylaws and P&T guidelines

In the spring, CHS faculty voted on a series of amendments to the College's bylaws, as well as to its promotion and tenure guidelines.

Results of the CHS bylaws vote

From April 22-26, the faculty of the College voted on a series of amendments to the College's bylaws. We are pleased to announce all amendments passed in accordance with the requirement of two-thirds support. Many thanks to the 132 faculty members who participated!

Results of the bylaws vote
AmendmentApproveRejectAbstain
1: Descriptions of the Faculty Council and the standing committees 125 3 4
2: Descriptions of the units of the College 129 3 0
3: Use of ex officio 124 5 3
4: Update to Article IV: Faculty Council 116 8 8
5: Preamble to Article V 117 5 10
6: Update to Article V - Library Committee 119 2 11
7: Update to Article V – Inclusion, Equity and Diversity Committee 111 13 8
8: Update to Article V – Promotion and Tenure Committee 126 3 3
9a: Update to Article V: UAC, GAC and Technology Committees: Staff Council rep 109 12 11
9b: Update to Article V: UAC, GAC and Technology Committees: Student members 111 13 8
9c: Update to Article V: UAC, GAC and Technology Committees: Officers and duties 125 3 4
9d: Update to Article V: UAC, GAC and Technology Committees: Meetings 127 3 2
10a: Update to Article V: ACM – Purpose 118 4 10
10b: Update to Article V: ACM – Membership 111 8 13
10c: Update to Article V: ACM - Officers and duties 108 11 13
10d: Update to Article V: ACM - Coordination of meetings* --- --- ---
11: Amendment to Article VI - Faculty meetings 125 4 3
12: Update to Article VII - Parliamentary authority 123 4 5
13: Update to Article VIII - Amendments to the bylaws 117 7 8
14: Update to Article VIII - Technical or editorial changes to the bylaws 116 10 6

* Amendment 10d duplicated amendment 10c, and was therefore set aside.

Results of the CHS promotion and tenure guidelines vote

From May 1-10, the faculty of the College voted on a series of amendments to the College's promotion and tenure guidelines. We are pleased to announce all amendments passed in accordance with the requirement of majority support. The amended document has now been conveyed to the Provost's Office, which will undertake a final review before the amendments go into effect.

Results of the promotion and tenure guidelines vote
AmendmentApproveRejectAbstain
1: Introduction to the P&T guidelines 113 4 1
2: 1.3 Relationship of the College and its departments to university promotion and tenure policy 109 9 0
3: 2.1 General criteria and criteria definitions for tenured, tenure-eligible and term (non-tenure) 109 6 3
4: 2.1.2 Application of criteria and criteria ratings for promotion for term (non-tenure) faculty 112 4 2
5: 2.1.2.1 Instructor to assistant professor, term 108 9 1
6: 2.1.2.2 Assistant professor to associate professor, term 107 11 0
7: 2.1.2.3 Associate professor to professor, term 102 15 1
8: 2.2.1 Teaching 108 9 1
9: 2.2.2 Scholarship 107 7 4
10: 2.2.3 Service 109 8 1
11: 3.2.3 Evaluation of probation for tenure-eligible faculty 111 3 4
12: 3.2.3.1 Pre-promotion review for term faculty 105 10 3
13a-d: 7.1.1.1 Peer evaluation 104 12 2
14: 12.0 Amending the College promotion and tenure guidelines 106 7 5

Total responses: 118

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