October 26, 2020

Community Engagement Forums: 2016 Faculty/Staff Engagement Assessment

Dear Colleagues:

In February, we conducted the UMW 2016 Faculty and Staff Engagement Assessment. The Results are now available for your review. Please plan to join  representatives from the Staff Advisory Council and the University Faculty Council at one of the Community Forums listed below to ensure that  your concerns are understood.  Where our most pressing needs are  well defined in the report, action planning has begun. For others, more discussion is needed.

Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, 4 p.m. -5 p.m., Dodd Auditorium, Fredericksburg Campus or

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, 2 p.m. -3 p.m., University Hall, Stafford Campus

We ask that you take a few minutes prior to attending the forums to review the results and other resources.

Regards,

Faculty & Staff Engagement Assessment Committee

University Faculty Council

Staff Advisory Council

University Faculty Council to Meet Sept 16

The UMW University Faculty Council will hold its first regular meeting of the 2013-14 academic year next Monday, September 16 at 3:30 pm in Lee Hall, Room 412.  Highlights of the agenda include:

  • Discussion of last June’s Summer Orientation for new students (with Doug Searcy, Meg Higgenbotham and Keith Mellinger);
  • Review of the existing Faculty Handbook language regarding any Discontinuance of a Program that may occur as a result of the Strategic Resource Allocation (“Restructuring Initiative”);
  • Review of  the upcoming October 11 forum to discuss the recent faculty governance survey (with Jim Lollar, President of the Faculty Senate of Virginia);
  • Discussion of the need to create a QEP Advisory Committee; and
  • Endorsement of a motion by the Speaking Intensive Committee to recommend SI designation for three courses:
  • HIST 471E5: American Sports History
  • PSCI 471: Special Topics: Indian Foreign Policy
  • RELG 304: Significant Books in American Religious History