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New Faculty Senate officers announced

September 9, 2003

The Faculty Senate president, Dr. Tim Winters, associate professor of Greek and Latin, announced the nominations last week of Dr. Ann Silverberg, professor of music, as the secretary, Dr. Matthew Kenney, assistant professor of political science, as the senates representative to Academic Council, and Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, assistant professor of English, as the senates Member at Large.
September 9, 2003

The Faculty Senate president, Dr. Tim Winters, associate professor of Greek and Latin, announced the nominations last week of Dr. Ann Silverberg, professor of music, as the secretary, Dr. Matthew Kenney, assistant professor of political science, as the senate's representative to Academic Council, and Dr. Dwonna Goldstone, assistant professor of English, as the senate's Member at Large.

The three will be joining already elected officials Dr. William Rayburn, associate professor of management information systems and the Faculty Senate's president-elect, Elaine Berg, assistant professor of library administration and senate representative to Deans Council, and Dr. Loretta Griffy, associate professor of mathematics in developmental studies and senate representative to TBR Sub-council.

Officers of the Faculty Senate are nominated by faculty of the University. The term of office for an elected member is three years.

The Faculty Senate exists to investigate, consider and act on any matter the senate deems appropriate by virtue of relevance to the concerns of the University faculty. The Faculty Senate reports to the University faculty and other elements of the University. It also acts as an advisory body to the president of the University.