Fall Senate meetings
October 25, 2021
Location: University Union, Grand Canyon Room or via Zoom
Time: 3-5 pm
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Zoom Password: Facultysen
All senators and faculty are encouraged to attend.
Please use this forum to share your ideas, resources, questions, and concerns relative to faculty roles, student success, teaching, learning, and campus operations. FS President Gioia Woods will monitor this discussion and send questions to the appropriate unit for answers and action. Take good care!
NAU Title IX Coordinator Elyce Morris presented updates Accordion Closed
Coconino County Covid-19 Dashboard Accordion Closed
For the latest information about Covid-19 cases by zip code, including those reported on the NAU campus. View the dashboard.
FSEC Statement Condemning Racism Accordion Closed
The Faculty Senate Executive Council condemns the destruction of Black, Brown, and Indigenous lives in our communities, whether by police violence, systemic racism, or economic injustice. The Covid-19 pandemic has once again exposed the disproportionate risks communities of color face due to wide-scale inequities; it has stoked ignorance and hostility toward many groups, including those of Asian ancestry. It is crucial NAU, as an institution of higher learning, fully commit to educating for a fair and more just society by increasing access for students of color and by acknowledging their lived experiences in all our academic affairs. We stand in solidarity with those actively seeking to end racism and intolerance.
The NAU Faculty Senate’s business is focused on a broad spectrum of policy issues, including academic personnel policies; instruction and curriculum policy; research policy; and student affairs policies. In addition, the Senate serves as a forum for communication and dialogue between the faculty and the University administration, and as a consultative body for matters in many other areas of institutional policy and operations, including student services, University facilities, and administration, especially where these elements affect the academic program.
Current Faculty Senate Membership