University Senate

  1. October 31, 2023

    Faculty Senate plans full membership meeting Nov. 6

    The university’s full Faculty Senate will meet Nov. 6, the first meeting of U-M’s largest central faculty governance group since its recent expansion.

  2. July 5, 2023

    Regents to consider bylaws change expanding Faculty Senate

    Public comments are being sought regarding proposed revisions to the Board of Regents’ Bylaws that would expand the membership of the Faculty Senate and Senate Assembly.

  3. June 5, 2023

    Faculty Senate approves plan to add new members

    The Faculty Senate voted last week to expand U-M’s central faculty governance system to include more than 2,800 clinical professors, archivists, curators and lecturers.

  4. September 26, 2016

    Academic Freedom Lecture to explore expression, privacy online

    Marc Rotenberg, president and executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, will present the Davis, Markert, Nickerson Lecture on Academic and Intellectual Freedom Oct. 13.

  5. April 20, 2015

    Szymanski to fill term of SACUA member-elect who resigned

    The Senate Assembly has selected Stefan Szymanski, professor of kinesiology, to fill a three-year term on the Senate Advisory Committee for University Affairs.

  6. March 12, 2015

    Election set for SACUA members, Senate secretary

    The U-M faculty’s Senate Assembly will choose three new members of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs at its meeting Monday.

  7. September 23, 2014

    Schlissel covers wide range of topics during Senate Q-and-A

    President Mark S. Schlissel covered a wide range of topics Monday in a question-and-answer session with the University Senate.

  8. March 10, 2014

    Elections set for four SACUA seats, secretary

    The Senate Assembly will fill three seats on the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, and the University Senate is scheduled to elect a secretary at meetings March 17.

  9. October 23, 2013

    Dwindling tenure a challenge to academic freedom, author says

    The sharp decline in the number of tenure-track academic jobs is among current challenges to academic freedom, author and civil liberties lawyer Marjorie Heins said Wednesday.