The Retrenchment Committee shall be composed of one elected tenured faculty member from each college with academic departments, two elected non-tenured faculty members, and one elected librarian with permanent status; one chairperson (appointed by the chairs of the University [i.e., the Council of Chairs] in the event of the committee’s convening); the Provost ex officio with the right to vote; the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Inclusion ex officio with the right to vote; the Vice President for Administration and Finance ex officio with the right to vote; the President of the TU-AAUP ex officio with the right to vote; and the Assistant Vice President of Sponsored Programs and Research, ex officio and non-voting.
|Philosophy & Religious Studies
|Art + Design, Art History, & Art Education
Christine Engbert (non-tenured at large)
|Learning Technologies, Design and School Library Media
|Brianna Snyder (non-tenured at large)
The responsibilities of the Retrenchment Committee include:
- To advise the President of the University regarding retrenchment and those conditions both internal and external to the University that might ultimately have a bearing on retrenchment.
- To advise the President of the University regarding deployment of human, fiscal, and physical resources on the basis of programmatic, statistical, and budgetary information.
- To advise the President of the University regarding revising, adding to, or otherwise improving strategies for flexibility and advising departments regarding their situation relative to retrenchment.