No minutes for this committee.
III. FACULTY PARTICIPATION IN THE SELECTION & EVALUATION OF ADMINISTRATORS
Eastern New Mexico University subscribes to the principles outlined in the 1974 Statement of Faculty Participation in the Selection and Retention of Administrators of the AAUP, which are outlined below:
A. Ad hoc committees for the selection of administrators are established by the Board of Regents (when a vacancy is in the office of the President) or by the appropriate administrative offices under the guidelines of the Board.
B. Faculty participation in the evaluation (and retention) of academic administrators is accomplished through their representation on a committee for the evaluation of administrators, which is broadly representative of the several university constituencies. The committee, which shall be reconstituted each academic year not later than October 1, is composed of:
* four members of the faculty; must be tenured, full professors; the faculty of each college annually shall elect one member of the committee from within the college's faculty; if a college does not have a full professor available to serve on the committee, then the faculty of that college shall elect a tenured full professor from another college to represent it on the committee.
* a member of the Professional Employees Senate constituency to be selected by Professional Employees Senate.
* a member of the Support Employees Senate constituency to be selected by the Support Employees Senate.
* a member of the Student Senate constituency to be selected by the Student Senate.
C. The chair of the committee must be a faculty member and will be determined by a vote of the membership.
D. Only the faculty members of the committee will have access to the academic administrator evaluations in order to prepare a report on their perception of the performance of the academic administrators.
E. For the purposes of this review academic administrative positions shall include all administrators whose duties significantly impact the academic environment of the university. The following are considered to be academic administrative positions: president, VPAA, deans, AVPAA, director of Golden Library, and director of Extended Learning.