Academic Action Planning Working Groups Membership and Selection

The membership of the Action Planning Groups will include:

I. Academic Structure Collaborative Team (5 members)

  • Three faculty members, one of whom will be a faculty Senator
  • Two students (one undergraduate and one graduate)

II. Enrolment Initiatives Collaborative Team (6 members)

  • Three faculty members, one of whom will be a faculty Senator
  • Two students (one undergraduate and one graduate)
  • One person appointed by the Provost

III. Faculty Renewal and Development Collaborative Team (5 members)

  • Three faculty members, one of whom will be a faculty Senator and one of whom will be appointed by the Faculty Association
  • Two students (one undergraduate and one graduate)

IV. Student Experience and Pedagogy Collaborative Team (6 members)

  • Three students (one undergraduate, one graduate, and one student Senator)
  • Two faculty members
  • One person appointed by the Provost

V. Academic Administrative Organization Collaborative Team (7 members)

  • Three faculty members, one of whom will be a faculty Senator
  • Two students (one undergraduate and one graduate)
  • One person appointed by the Provost
  • One person appointed by the Vice President Administration and Finance

In the coming months, the selection process for the membership of the Action Planning Groups will unfold:

  • The Northern Undergraduate Student Society (NUGSS) will select its undergraduate student representatives for each of the Action Planning Groups through its normal process; the NUGSS Executive will facilitate the process in conjunction with Undergraduate Student Senators.
  • The Northern BC Graduate Student Society will select its student representatives for each of the Action Planning Groups through its normal process; the NGSS Executive will facilitate the process in conjunction with Graduate Student Senators.
Faculty members and Senators will be selected by the Senate Committee on Nominations (SCN) according to the Senate Handbook on nominations and elections. The SCN will facilitate the election process and determine which names will be brought forward for appointment to each of the Action Planning Groups.