Education Leave Committee Sample Clauses

Education Leave Committee. The Education Leave Committee shall be composed of one (1) faculty representative elected from each Faculty, and three (3) management representatives, one (1) of whom will be the Vice President Academic and Provost as a non-voting member. All other committee members are voting members. The elected faculty representatives shall serve for two (2) academic years with half of the members being elected in alternate years. Elected faculty representatives will serve for a maximum of two (2) consecutive terms. Faculty representatives may be elected again after a one (1) term or two (2) year break. Elected faculty representatives will be members in good standing of the Association. The Chairperson of the Committee shall be elected by and from the voting members of the Committee and shall serve for one (1) academic year. The Chairperson will be responsible to maintain the currency of the Committee’s Terms of Reference, to chair all meetings, to ensure election of faculty representatives, and to receive the appointment of the Responsible Administrators from the College President. The Committee will operate on the basis of mutually agreed process and criteria which the parties will review annually, and amend as necessary, during the term of this Agreement. Such process and criteria will be documented and made available to Responsible Administrators, Chairs, Coordinators, faculty, Human Resources and the Association. The Committee’s Terms of Reference will include regular revision of the application and guidelines and acknowledgement that the Committee may choose not to recommend some applications – despite monies being available. The Committee’s Terms of Reference will be copied to both the Association and the College.
Education Leave Committee. The Education Leave Committee shall be composed of one (1) faculty representative elected from each Faculty, and three (3) management representatives, one (1) of whom will be the Vice President Academic and Provost as a non-voting member. All other committee members are voting members. The elected faculty representatives shall serve for two (2) academic years with half of the members being elected in alternate years. Elected faculty representatives will serve for a maximum of two (2) consecutive terms. Faculty representatives may be elected again after a one (1) term or two

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