Retrenchment Appeals Committee
The Faculty Retrenchment Appeals Committee is mandated by the Board of Regents’ “Policy on Faculty Retrenchment” and the “Towson University Faculty Retrenchment Policy,” and shall be called into session when a tenured or tenure-track faculty member has his or her faculty appointment terminated due to retrenchment and files and appeal.
The Retrenchment Appeals Committee shall be composed of one elected tenured faculty member from each college with academic departments, two elected non-tenured faculty members, one elected librarian with permanent status, one faculty member appointed by the Chairperson of the Academic Senate, and one faculty member appointed by the President of the TU-AAUP, none of whom may have served or be currently serving on the Retrenchment Committee.
|Will Bologna (non-tenured, at large)||Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology||CHP||2026|
|Bob Blake||Elementary Education||COE||2024|
|Matthew Durington||Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice||CLA||2024|
(non-tenured, at large)
|Adam Zukowski||Cook Library||Library||2025|
The responsibilities of the Retrenchment Appeals Committee include:
- To hear appeals from faculty members who have received notification of termination of employment based on the University's retrenchment procedures.
- To arrive at a judgment on the merit of the appeal and make a recommendation to the President of the University.