Except as provided in the Faculty Handbook 188.8.131.52, any member of the faculty has a right to submit a grievance to the appropriate grievance committee in any matter relating to his or her status or work in the University.
Arts and Humanities
Michelle Burnham, English 2013
Jerald Enos, Theatre and Dance 2013
Juliana Chang, English 2014
Ron Hansen, English 2014
Marilyn Edelstein, English 2015
Sciences and Social Sciences
Marilyn Fernandez, Sociology 2013
Nicholas Tran, Mathematics and Computer Science 2014
Timothy Urdan, Psychology 2014
Glenn Appleby, Mathematics and Computer Science 2015
Angel Islas, Biology 2015
William Donnelly, S.J., Economics 2013
Suzanne Luttman, Accounting 2013
Michael Calegari, Accounting 2014
Jane Ou, Accounting 2014
James Hall, Management 2015
JoAnne Holliday, Computer Engineering 2013
Darren Atkinson, Computer Engineering 2013
Shoba Krishnan, Electrical Engineering 2014
Samiha Mourad, Electrical Engineering 2014
Edwin Maurer, Civil Engineering 2015
Eric Goldman 2013
Allen Hammond, IV 2013
Gary Neustadter 2014
Michelle Oberman 2014
Tyler Ochoa 2015
Education and Counseling Psychology
Lisa Goldstein, Education 2013
Lucila Ramos-Sanchez, At-large 2013
Shauna Shapiro, Counseling Psychology 2015
Jesuit School of Theology
George Griener, S.J.
William O'Neill, S.J.
The Schools of Business, Engineering, and Law shall each have one Grievance Committee. The College of Arts & Sciences shall have two: one for the departments offering the Bachelor or Arts degree and one from the departments offering the Bachelor of Science degree. Each committee shall consist of five tenured members of its respective constituency who shall be elected by the entire faculty in that constituency. The term of office is three calendar years and shall be staggered to ensure continuity. No member shall serve two consecutive terms, except that a member hearing a pending grievance shall continue to hear and participate in the resolution of that grievance.
Minutes are not available.