Faculty Compensation Review Committee
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.
|Doug Pryor||Sociology, Anthropology & Criminal Justice||CLA||2025|
|Omari Jackson||Instructional Leadership & Professional Development||COE||2026|
|Jenny Atwater||Mass Communication (COFAC)||Lecturer Representative||2025|
|Shelly Huggins||Elementary Education (COE)||
Clinical Faculty Representative
|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|
The Faculty Compensation Review Committee meets once a semester and more frequently if necessary.
- 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.
- To advocate by a variety of means, including statistics and studies, for fair and equitable compensation for all faculty at the University.
- To assemble data and reports on faculty compensation following a three year cycle.
- 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.
- To make recommendations for implementing adjustments to faculty compensation packages within available funds and resources.
- To make recommendations on minimum floor compensation to be used at each rank.
- To ensure that faculty compensation information is being collected.
- 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.
- To work collaboratively with the PBO and the Office of Human Resources to communicate, or review communication regarding, any compensation package changes to faculty.
- To provide an annual report to the Academic Senate
- 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.