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Faculty Service Opportunities

ABOUT COMMITTEE SERVICE

One of the responsibilities of the Academic Senate is FACULTY confirmations for district and college committees which include Shared Governance committees, Hiring committees, Tenure Review committees, Equivalency committees, PVR, etc.

CFE contract Article VII, Section 8.5.d.3 (3.d):  Tenure-track faculty after their first probationary year, are expected to show participation in professional growth activities as evidence of continued professional growth and leadership. Examples include active participation in collegial governance and campus life, including College or District committees, and community events. 


COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP SPREADSHEET PDF: [CLICK HERE] 

A list of faculty membership appointed by the Academic Senate, names of nominees & vacancies. 

 


FACULTY: JOIN A COMMITTEE! 

CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR VACANT SPRING 2023 POSITIONS AND WILL SOON OPEN NOMINATIONS FOR NEW TERMS EFFECTIVE FALL 2023:

SPRING 2023 VACANCIES - Positions are open until filled.  

Nomination Process:
  1. Review the Committee Membership Spreadsheet linked above to view vacant faculty positions. 
  2. Scroll below and click on the committee that interests you to submit your nomination. 
  3. The Senate office will make public the names of the nominees via the spreadsheet by the close of the Academic Senate meeting agenda deadline (the Fridays prior to the meeting). Single nominees will be placed on the Senate consent agenda and multiple nominations will require an election.
  4. In elections for faculty representatives, it is the intent that decisions be made at the most local level. At the close of the nomination period, the Senate office will email the faculty an Election Ballot to select their academic area representative. In the case that an election is required by the Academic Senate, the decision-making process might be through consensus, roll call vote, or closed ballots.
  5. The name of the elected faculty member will be included on the Academic Senate agenda for consent. Following the meeting, the Senate office will notify the faculty member, division dean, and committee chair. 
  6. Committee Chairs will contact new members to provide further direction and issue access to the committee MS Teams. 

(Every effort is made to ensure that the Committee Membership Spreadsheet (PDF) is accurate and complete. Please allow the Senate office time to update the spreadsheet and website following the Senate meetings. The Academic Senate meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 1-3pm. Email Patty Fonseca at GWCAcademicSenate@gwc.cccd.edu to report errors/omissions or to advertise a new faculty vacancy).


You can click on the committee name for description, responsibilities, meeting information, membership and to review openings, submit your nomination and view nomination deadlines.  

Academic Senate and related committees

Academic Senate President
Academic Senate - Vice Presidents 1 & 2
Academic Senate - Senators
Chair, Council for Curriculum & Instruction **VACANCY**
Council for Curriculum & Instruction (CCI) ** VACANCY **
Institute for Professional Development (IPD) **VACANCY**
Distance Education Advisory Committee (DEAC) **VACANCIES**

College Participatory Governance

President's Cabinet
Planning Council
Budget Council
College Technology Committee ** VACANCIES **
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee ** VACANCIES **
Enrollment Management Committee ** VACANCIES **
Institutional Effectiveness Committee ** VACANCIES **
Safety, Sustainability and Facilities Committee

Other Committees and Work Groups

District Consultation Council (DCC)
District Consultation Council– BP/AP Subcommittee
District Consultation Council– Budget Subcommittee
District Consultation Council– Technology Subcommittee
Professional Development Advisory Committee (PDAC)
Search Committee - Dean, CTE ** (2) vacancies **
PVR Committee - Health Information Technology (HIT)

Department Chairs & Coordinators

Department Chairs
Coordinators

COMMITTEE & WORK GROUP PLAN OF GWC ACADEMIC SENATE

Guided by Title 5, 10+1 and Board Policy, the following defines the types of groups that may be established by the college’s Academic Senate. Each must comply with the Brown Act.

COMMITTEES - GENERAL RULES
Standing & Advisory Committees
WORK GROUPS - GENERAL RULES
Council, Board, or Cabinet
Task Force
Ad Hoc
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