Faculty Compensation Review Committee

Membership

The Faculty Compensation Review Committee shall be composed of one faculty representative from each college (including the Library), elected by college to a three year term; an at large representative elected by and from the Lecturers and an at-large representative elected by and from the Clinical Faculty, both serving three year terms; the Vice President for Inclusion and Institutional Equity (or a representative of that office designated by the Vice President), ex officio and non-voting; the Associate Provost for Administration and Finance, ex officio and nonvoting; one Dean representative appointed to a three-year term and on a rotating basis by the Deans’ Council, ex officio and non-voting; one Office of Human Resources Talent Management and Total Rewards representative appointed to a three-year term, ex-officio and non-voting.

Name Department College Term Expires
Lisa Sweeney Library Library 2023
Jim Otto, chair Business Analytics and Technology Management CBE 2023
Doug Pryor  Sociology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice CLA 2025
Kalin Kirilov Music COFAC 2023
Ari Kim Kinesiology CHP 2025
 Jia-An Yan  Physics, Astronomy, and Geosciences FCSM 2023
    COE 2025 
Jenny Atwater Mass Communication (COFAC) Lecturer Representative 2025
Shelly Huggins Elementary Education (COE)

Clinical Faculty Representative

2025
Patricia Bradley, Vice President, OIIE Inclusion & Institutional Equity ex officio & non-voting N/A
Regina Carlow Deans' and Provost's Council Representative  ex officio, non-voting 2025
Jen Stano Office of Human Resources Talent Management and Total Rewards  ex officio, non-voting 2025

Meetings

The Faculty Compensation Review Committee meets once a semester and more frequently if necessary.

Responsibilities

  1. To monitor and review compensation packages (salaries and/or benefits) of all faculty at the University, with regard to competitiveness with peer institutions; relative equity across colleges and departments; and issues of compression.
  2. To advocate by a variety of means, including statistics and studies, for fair and equitable compensation for all faculty at the University. 
  3. To assemble data and reports on faculty compensation following a three year cycle.
  4. To track issues such as faculty salary compression, inversion, retention/competitiveness, and any actions taken by the Provost and/or Human Resource Office to address such issues within a three year cycle.
  5. To make recommendations for implementing adjustments to faculty compensation packages within available funds and resources.
  6. To make recommendations on minimum floor compensation to be used at each rank.
  7. To ensure that faculty compensation information is being collected.
  8. To work collaboratively with the Provost’s Budget Office (PBO) and the Office of Human Resources to review and recommend on policies, plans, procedures, methodologies, analysis, and issues related to faculty compensation.
  9. To work collaboratively with the PBO and the Office of Human Resources to communicate, or review communication regarding, any compensation package changes to faculty.
  10. To provide an annual report to the Academic Senate
  11. The committee is authorized to request that the Provost’s Budget Office and the Office of Human Resources conduct analyses of faculty compensation issues for this report.