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The Faculty Grievance and Mediation committee shall be composed of five elected fulltime faculty representatives, from any college, including the library, with any rank.
|Subrata Acharya, Chair||Computer & Information Sciences||FCSM||2020|
This committee meets once at the beginning of the academic year to elect a chair and then as needed throughout the year.
The responsibilities of the AAUP/Faculty Association Grievance and Mediation Committee are defined in TU Policy 02-04.00 and the USM Policy on Faculty Grievances, II-4.00. The committee meets at the beginning of each year to elect a chair, and then meets as needed. Faculty holding a recognized faculty rank, including lecturers, regardless of tenure status and/or percent time of employment, may file a grievance. Grievances include, but are not limited to, disputes involving academic freedom, merit, teaching load, discipline and other administrative actions.