Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs

  1. April 20, 2022

    Senate Assembly urges creation of ethics, compliance office

    The Senate Assembly has passed a resolution urging U-M to form an office for ethics and compliance to help protect from retaliation members of the university community who report sexual misconduct.

  2. April 18, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  3. April 12, 2022

    SACUA elects Silvia Pedraza chair, Durga Singer vice chair

    The Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs has elected new leadership for the 2022-23 school year. Silvia Pedraza will be chair and Kanakadurga (Durga) Singer will be vice chair starting May 1.

  4. March 23, 2022

    Four faculty members elected to serve on SACUA

    Four faculty members with backgrounds in biostatistics, philosophy, art and Latin American studies will soon join the executive committee of U-M’s central faculty governance system.

  5. March 14, 2022

    Ten faculty members seek four seats in SACUA election

    Ten people are running for four seats on the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, the body that advises and consults with U-M executive officers on matters that impact faculty.

  6. February 14, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  7. February 10, 2022

    Fourth SACUA seat to open; UM-Dearborn faculty may apply

    Vice Chair J. Caitlin Finlayson announced she will step down from the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs on April 30, a year before her term was set to expire.

  8. February 7, 2022

    Candidates being sought to run for three seats on SACUA

    The university’s central faculty governance system is seeking candidates to run for three seats on the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs.

  9. February 7, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  10. October 7, 2021

    Faculty Senate passes resolutions on pandemic, sexual misconduct

    Faculty Senate members have passed a series of resolutions asking the university to take actions related to its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and sexual misconduct allegations.