Gifts Acceptance Committee - 2017 - 2018

2017 - 2018 Department CollegeTerm
Eli BentorARTFAA 2017 - 2020
Colin RamseyENGA&S 2015 - 2018
Tom RossNUT & HCMHS 2017 - 2020
Kevin ShirleyMATHA&S 2015 - 2018
Joy JamesRMPEHS 2015 - 2018
Edgar PeckRMPEHS 2015 - 2018
William CookMATA&S 2016 - 2019
Lisa GrossFCSCOE 2016 - 2019
Katherine MawhinneyMATA&S 2016 - 2019
    
Allan Scherlen LIB LIB  2016-2019
Tim BurwellVice Provost Ex-officio
Randy EdwardsV.C. University Advancement 

Ex-officio

 

 

Faculty Handbook:

7.3.4.7 Gifts Acceptance Committee (GAC)


(a) Members on Committee: 11–9 tenured faculty, at least one from each college, school, and library, a vice provost, and the vice chancellor for University Advancement. Faculty members are elected in college elections. Elected members serve 3-year terms that are staggered. The chair of the Faculty Senate or his/her designee would convene the first meeting and facilitate the selection of a chair from among the voting members of the committee;


(b) report to: the provost and executive vice chancellor and chancellor;


(c) areas of responsibility: Conducts timely reviews of conditional gifts, where conditional gift is defined as a private contribution that because of a qualifier, restriction, or goal is considered by the chancellor, the provost and executive vice chancellor, or the University Foundation to be non-routine and therefore might affect academic program planning, majors, programs, institutes, centers, course offerings, course content, specific course requirements, faculty appointments, learning resources, or other material aspects of the curriculum. Consults with additional faculty or administrators, at the earliest possible stage, as necessary depending on the specific possible effects of the gifts. Makes a timely recommendation about the acceptance, rejection, or redirection of the final form of conditional gifts to the provost and executive vice chancellor. Considers requests made by faculty to review conditional gifts. 

 

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