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PRIOR YEARS' POSITIONS ARE ON SUCCESSIVE TABS BELOW.
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COS FACULTY COMMITTEES 2017-2018
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The term of the memberships on all standing committees is two or three years and members may succeed themselves, unless otherwise specified. Members of P&T cannot succeed themselves.
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COS Faculty Officers 1 yr. term (all are at-large)Faculty Senate 3 yr. term (all are at-large)
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Barney BishopChair 2019bbishop1@gmu.eduNameDepartmentTerm Expiratione-mail
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vacantChair pro tem.2019Rebecca Jones Chemistry2019rjones22@gmu.edu
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Rebecca JonesSecretary2019rjones22@gmu.eduSuzanne SlaydenChemistry2019sslayden@gmu.edu
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Iosif VaismanSystems Biology2019ivaisman@gmu.edu
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Nomination and Membership Committee 2 yr. term (all are at-large)Catherine SausvilleMath2020csausvil@gmu.edu
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NameDepartmentTerm Expiratione-mailCristiana StanAOES2020cstan@gmu.edu
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Ben DreyfusPhysics & Astronomy2020bdreyfu2@gmu.eduDonglian SunGGS2021dsun@gmu.edu
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Changwoo AhnESP2020cahn@gmu.eduTim LeslieGGS2021tleslie@gmu.edu
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Alessandra LuchiniSSB2019aluchini@gmu.eduPeggy AgourisCOS Deanex officiopagouris@gmu.edu
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Matt Holzer (Chair)Math2019mholzer@gmu.edu
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Grievance 3 yr. term (all are at-large; only one rep per dept)
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Curriculum Committee 3 yr. termNameDepartmentTerm Expiratione-mail
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DepartmentTerm Expiratione-mailHabir LambaMath2019hlamba@gmu.edu
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Dieter PfoserGGS2019dpfoser@gmu.eduIngrid Visseren-HamakerESP2020ivissere@gmu.edu
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Ramin Hakami (Chair)Systems Biology2020rhakami@gmu.eduIndu SatijaPhys2020isatija@gmu.edu
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Kim RuleForensics2020kcarisi@gmu.eduHaw Chuan LimBiology2021hlim22@gmu.edu
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David CarchediMath2020dcarched@gmu.eduAarthi Narayanan, ChairSystems Biology2021anaraya1@gmu.edu
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Kimi HattonChem& Biochem2020shatton@gmu.edu
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Barry KlingerAOES2021bklinger@gmu.edu
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Arndt LaemmerzahlBiology2021alaemmer@gmu.eduExecutive Council 3 yr term
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Matthias RenzCDS2021mrenz@gmu.eduNameDepartmentTerm Expiratione-mail
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Joris van der HamESP2021jvanderh@gmu.eduRuixin YangGGS2019ryang@gmu.edu
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Erhai ZhaoPhysics & Astronomy2021ezhao2@gmu.eduQing Tianat-large (CDS)2020qtian2@gmu.edu
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David Luther (Chair)Biology2020dluther@gmu.edu
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Promotion and Tenure 3 yr. term (tenured faculty only; at-large must also be full professors; cannot succeed themselves)Suzanne Slayden
Chemistry&Biochem
2020sslayden@gmu.edu
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NameDepartmentTerm Expiratione-mailKim de MutsertESP2020kdemutse@gmu.edu
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Geir AgnarssonMath2019gagnarss@gmu.eduChip (Emanuel) Petricoinat large (SSB)2021epetrico@gmu.edu
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Paul HauserGGS2019phouser@gmu.eduTim DelSoleAOES2021tdelsole@gmu.edu
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Susie CrateESP2019scrate1@gmu.eduValeriu SoltanMath2021vsoltan@gmu.edu
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Vikas Chandokeat-large (Systems Biology)2019vchandho@gmu.eduDhafer Marzougui
Physics & Astronomy
2021dmarzoug@gmu.edu
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Fatah KashanciSystems Biology2020fkashanc@gmu.eduJason KinserCDS2021jkinser@gmu.edu
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John SchreifelsChemistry2020jschreif@gmu.eduKylene Kehn-HallSystems Biology2021kkehnhal@gmu.edu
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Flavia Colonnaat-large (Math)2020fcolonna@gmu.edu
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Geraldine GrantBiology2020ggrant1@gmu.edu
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Rob AxtelCDS2020rax222@gmu.edu
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Rainald LohnerPhysics & Astronomy2021rlohner@gmu.eduGraduate Council Representative 3 yr. term
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Mark UhenAOES2021muhen@gmu.eduNameDepartmentTerm Expiratione-mail
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Greg Fosterat-large (Chem & Biochem)2021gfoster@gmu.edu
Padmanabhan (Padhu) Seshaiyer
Math2019 (appointed)pseshaiy@gmu.edu
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Ernest Barreto
at-large (Physics & Astronomy)
2021ebarreto@gmu.eduKylene Kehn-HallSSB2020 (elected)kkehnha@gmu.edu
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Undergraduate Council Representative 3 yr. term
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NameDepartmentTerm Expiratione-mail
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Padmanabhan (Padhu) Seshaiyer
Math2019 (appointed)pseshaiy@gmu.edu
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This list is correct as of June 19th, 2018 by Matt Holzer
Harold Geller
Physics & Astronomy
2019 (elected)hgeller@gmu.edu
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Ref.: COS Faculty Bylaws:
https://cos.gmu.edu/faculty-staff-resources/cos-faculty-bylaws/
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Per Bylaws Article V Section 1: "The Dean is an ex-officio member of all standing committees of the College except the Nominations Committee."
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Per Bylaws, Article V Section 5. Standing Committee Composition and Charges
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The Faculty of COS may create additional standing committees to those described below. Currently, standing committees shall include the following:
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Promotion and Tenure Committee — This is an advisory committee that receives the results of the first-level evaluation concerning promotion and tenure that is conducted by the Academic unit(s). Based on an independent evaluation that includes review of the first-level evaluation, the Committee develops a recommendation, which is submitted to the Dean and Provost. Copies of the recommendation are also sent to the candidate and his/her academic unit(s). Each School and Department will have a representative on the Promotion and Tenure Committee. In addition, four at-large members will be elected. These at-large members must be Full Professors. No academic unit will be represented by more than two faculty members. No faculty member being considered for promotion in that academic year shall be a member of the Promotion and Tenure committee. In addition, a member of the committee should disqualify him/herself from cases where close personal friends are being considered as well as in those cases of members from within her/his home academic unit. Committee members serve for three years.
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Curriculum Committee — The principal tasks of this committee are to review and make recommendations on the approval, change, or discontinuation of academic degrees, certificate programs, and courses. This committee will have representation from each – Academic unit. Academic units cannot be represented by an individual who is a member of another academic unit. Committee members serve for three years.
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Grievance Committee — The Committee will consist of at least five (5) members of the tenured Faculty of the College. Members of this committee are elected by the Faculty, subject to the restriction that no more than one member shall be from a given academic unit. The purpose of this committee is to hear faculty grievances concerning (i) alleged violations of academic freedom; (ii) other conditions of employment, such as work assignments, salaries, facilities, and support services, and (iii) charges of unprofessional or unethical conduct brought by one faculty member against another. These committees are particularly charged to be alert to instances of inequitable treatment. The term of membership is for three years.
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Nominations Committee and Membership Committee – This four (4) member committee will solicit nominations for all other committees, the Executive Council, and for the Faculty Senate. The slate of nominees that it compiles shall be presented to the Faculty (with the nominee’s consent) during a meeting of the Faculty, at which time additional nominations may be made from the floor, with election carried out by a mail ballot. Nominations for the Nominations Committee itself can only come from the floor of a meeting of the Faculty. The term on this committee is for two years, and members of this committee cannot be nominated by the committee to serve on other committees, although they may be so nominated from the floor of a meeting.
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Graduate Council – A representative to the Graduate Council shall be appointed by the Dean. Additional representatives, when permitted under Graduate Council bylaws, will be elected by the College of Science faculty for a three-year term. If any elected representative is unable to complete a term, a new representative will be elected to a three-year term. Any representative to the Graduate Council must meet the requirements for membership specified in the bylaws of the Graduate Council.
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