Reporting to the Executive Committee, the Faculty Association has five standing committees that assist with the overall mandate of the Association.
Committees are chaired by an elected representative, who is also a member of the Faculty Association's Executive Committee, and comprised of other volunteers drawn from the general membership of the Association. For more information on the work of Faculty Association committees, please contact the Association's or .
Bargaining Preparation Committee
The Bargaining Preparation Committee is responsible for identifying issues, undertaking research and developing bargaining positions for the Faculty Association.
CHAIR, BARGAINING PREPARATION COMMITTEE
Sauder School of Business
Librarians and Archivists Committee
The Librarians and Archivists Committee acts as a forum for ideas regarding internal library matters, and promotes and encourage means of continuing education and professional development for Librarians and Archivists.
CHAIR, LIBRARIANS AND ARCHIVISTS COMMITTEE
Member Services & Grievance Committee
The Member Services & Grievance Committee is responsible for overseeing the processing and resolution of complaints and grievances, and recommending for or against arbitration proceedings
CHAIR, MEMBER SERVICES AND GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE
Okanagan Faculty Committee
The Okanagan Faculty Committee is responsible for matters and activities specific to UBCO; it helps to implement the Collective Agreement and provides a forum for direct communication with members at the Kelowna campus.
CHAIR, OKANAGAN FACULTY COMMITTEE
Sessional Faculty Committee
The mandate includes facilitating, networking, advocacy and policy development on behalf of faculty with sessional appointments; assists sessional faculty in interpreting the Collective Agreement, formulating sessional faculty priorities for collective bargaining, and ensuring that the rights of sessional faculty under the Collective Agreement are respected.
CHAIR, SESSIONAL FACULTY COMMITTEE
Arts Studies Program
Status of Women Committee
The Status of Women Committee is responsible for mentoring/networking, policy development, and advocacy on gender equity issues, including pay equity, discrimination (particularly in recruitment, retention, and promotion), working climate, and work-life balance.
CHAIR, STATUS OF WOMEN COMMITTEE
Last modified: November 16, 2012