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Osgoode Hall Faculty Association Collective Agreement

ii. two JD students who participate in the Committee`s deliberations, unless the petitioner requests something else, and 5.12 a. An agenda for each regular session is communicated to Council members until at least 12 o`clock, the second business day before the day of the session. B. Each standing and special committee is secretary to a member of the administrative staff appointed by the Dean. one. The Standing Committee on Teaching and Learning: a full-time faculty member (candidate for the dean – director of clinical education), b. 15 JD student members of the Council are elected each year by students on a ballot paper to be cast by the Legal and Literary Society; at least one student is elected from year to year. i. The Director of Clinical Education presiding over The Chair 5.6 At the request of at least seven members or at the request of the Dean, the Chair calls, at least one clear working day, for a special activity meeting, to the extent indicated in the communication of the meeting. (b) would essentially benefit from contributions from the faculty or students; or b. Membership in the Standing Academic Committee will be: There have been a number of changes in the senior administrative team at the U of C recently, including the appointment of a new priest, Dr. Dru Marshall.

We hope that senior administrators will work in a way that recognizes the crucial role played by members of the university`s college leadership through their key decision-making bodies. 5.9 Unless otherwise stated, all matters that may be submitted to the Council are decided by a majority of the members present, but in the event of a tie, the issue is considered to be negative. B. The Admissions Committee is a member: 2) Two of the university`s vice-presidents, Dru Marshall and Ed McCauley, are leading the development of an academic plan based on “Eyes High” (which will be a chapter of the University`s 2012 Comprehensive Institutional Plan, a requirement of the Alberta government). An early step in the academic consultation process was to invite deans to submit answers to a number of questions posed by the faculty. Deans were asked to provide advice in developing responses, but it is not clear which deans requested contributions to university staff in their units. I would like to tell you if you have had any chance of having some contributions to the development of your faculty`s responses, because there are a number of interesting questions in the list that is given to deans (for example. B, two, where they would certainly be interested: “What programs are you going to remove? What for? »). iii. Design and implementation of an annual Annual Institute for University Course Design (OCDI) for full-time and auxiliary faculties of the Faculty of Law, as well as for a limited number of graduates with a particular interest in a university career. ii.

four students who are supposed to be a student member of the Studies and PhDs Committee and the three members of the faculty recruitment committee; and 5.2 a. The President and any other executive member of the Legal and Literary Society, which has the right to vote, are automatically members of the Council. B. A student member of a Council committee covered by section 5.15, who is not a member of the Council under section 5.2, has voting rights on all matters raised by a report of a committee of which he is a member or which is to be submitted to the Council or in which it is examined. ii. develop procedures for recruiting full-time faculties for approval by the faculty board; 5.4 a. At its final session, the Council elects a president by its members; he is in office for the following year or until a successor is elected or resigned. The association`s staff and officials are also facing extremely high workloads this year in a number of areas: (i) cases in the general area of complaints; (ii) negotiation activities on a number of issues arising from the recently ratified collective agreement; iii) Address process issues on a number of faculty promotion committees this year.