20 sessions, and at least once at the end of the annual legislature, they examine the specific allocations for each area of teaching expenditure and the corresponding formulations relating to those endowments, as well as all legislative decisions that may influence that contract and the working conditions of the faculty. D. Representation of faculties at administrative meetings: to the extent that it is feasible and desirable, the college should invite faculty members to participate in special meetings or ad hoc administrative meetings at the college level. As in the President`s ad hoc budget meetings in 1994-95, this can be done on a regular basis and should be de-hend from the faculty. The tasks of this faculty during these sessions are usually limited to observing, clarifying, advising and making available a faculty perspective. The faculty`s post-meeting tasks include transmitting accurate information and responsible impressions to the faculty as a whole and transmitting faculty responses to the relevant administrative group. E. Faculty-wide faculty-wide meetings at the university level have college-wide discipline sessions once per main semester of each academic year to discuss the training, curriculum and other issues that influence student success, membership and other academic issues in Campus Governance College A: each campus should set up a structure of campus advisory and orientation committees by administrators, faculties, staff and, where appropriate, students who design, develop, verify and recommend campus issues. Each committee should have a senior administrator from the designated campus, responsible for reviewing the functions of that committee and presenting its recommendations and reports. The administrator meets with the appropriate commission to review the committee`s recommendations and discuss the adoption or rejection of these recommendations. For example, faculty meetings at campus level: at least once in each main semester, each campus hosts a campus faculty session with the Provost, the Dean of Academic Affairs and other administrators. The purpose of this meeting is to exchange information and concerns. The agenda should include topics such as setting and achieving goals, discussing decisions and current issues for the college, campus and/or faculty.
C. Key Campus Decisions: Where possible, campus decisions are the result of dialogues between the relevant administrators, departments and departments and staff. 16 14 No anonymous letters or anonymous documentation should be included in the personal file. Any document in a faculty member`s file is consistent with the college`s mission and is not contrary to university policy, including collegial guidelines on justice and non-discrimination. Documents relating to work, discipline, suspension or dismissal should be recognized by the faculty member, reduced to the letter, signed and dated by an appropriate college official. These documents (excluding annual assessments) should not be included in the personnel file unless they have been reduced to the letter by human resources within 90 calendar days of the completion of the review of the facts reflected in the material. If the faculty member refuses to recognize such documents, the administrator of the appropriate college must indicate it on the material. The faculty member`s signature on a copy of the material to be submitted is proof that these documents were given to the faculty member, understanding that such a signature only means receipt and does not necessarily indicate consent to the content.