Skip to content
COVID-19 Updates and Resources

Faculty and Staff Resources

Employee Resources

Faculty Affairs - Faculty/Staff Awards

  • Faculty Affairs - Important Dates and Deadlines
  • Faculty Affairs - Mentoring

    The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences is committed to providing and supporting high-quality mentoring opportunities for faculty at all ranks. Both departmental and college level mentoring programs are available and faculty are encouraged to become involved as a mentor and/or mentee. From mentoring circles to between and across departmental mentor pairings, the college hopes to help you find the perfect opportunity for you. To complement the experience, the college will support numerous education opportunities as well as recognition opportunities for exceptional mentoring.

    Mentoring Awards

    This award is designed to recognize excellence in mentoring of a faculty member in the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences by another faculty member.

    Up to 8 plaques with accompanying $250 in professional development funds will be awarded each April during the annual awards ceremony. 

    Criteria
    • Letter of nomination from mentee not to exceed 2 pages in length
    • Letter of nomination should address:
      • Name, rank, and department of mentor
      • Mentor’s contributions to your professional development, specific examples encouraged
      • List of events that you and mentor attended together
      • If appropriate/relevant, list of projects that you and mentor have worked on or are working on together currently
      • If appropriate/relevant, list of projects that have developed incorporating interdisciplinary team members as a result of the mentoring relationship

    Nominations deadline will be announced in the spring.

    Resources
  • Faculty Affairs - Tenure, Promotion and Reappointment
  • Awards of Excellence Overview
    Purpose

    The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences (CBSHS) Awards of Excellence are honorary in nature and are given to faculty and/or full-time employee in recognition of exemplary contributions to CBSHS and their missions.

    Objective

    To encourage, recognize and reward faculty and/or classified employees for performance, achievements, or technological accomplishments above those normally expected that contribute to the efficiency, improvement, or economy of the CBSHS.

    Nominations Deadline
    • For both research awards: March 26, 2021, at noon.
    • For all other Awards of Excellence: March 26, 2021, at 5 p.m.
    Nomination Process Details
    How To Nominate a Faulty/Staff Member
    • To nominate a faculty/staff member, please fill out sections 1-4 of the nomination form listed below. Please include:
      • Brief narrative letter in support of nomination, and if applicable;
      • One additional file of supporting documents can be submitted not to exceed 3 pages in length (e.g., teaching evaluation, letter of recognition, etc.)
    • Nomination narratives and support documents should address as many of the award criteria as possible.
    • You are encouraged to ask other faculty/staff members to supply a letter of support for your nominee.
      • Up to two letters of support can accompany the nomination.
      • No more than two accepted and provided by individuals other than person making nomination.
      • IMPORTANT: Remember to provide the authors of the support letter the nominee's name, email address, title, department, and the name of the award for which you are nominating the nominee.
    • Nomination narratives and support documents should not exceed three pages.

    How to Submit Support Letters
    • To submit a support letter for a nominated faculty/staff member, please fill out sections 1, 2, 3 & 5 of the nomination form listed below.
    • Support letters should address as many of the award criteria as possible.
    • Letters of support should not exceed three pages.

    Nomination Procedures
    • Nominations are accepted from colleagues, departmental nominating committees, and department chairs. Self-nominations are also allowed.
    • Any award winner is ineligible to be considered for recognition again in that category for three years.
    • Nominations will open in the spring of each academic year with awards presented at the spring college meeting.
    • Based on the quality of nominations, the selection committee will retain the right to not present an award in any given year.

    Award Selection Committee
    • Voting members include the dean, two associate deans and an external committee member appointed by the Deans' office.

    Notes
    • Awards are to be kept confidential until the presentation at the Spring college meeting with a brief narrative or “bio” on recipients and why they won/who nominated them.
    • Award winners are not eligible for the same award category within three succeeding years.
    • Nominator must have been employed by Clemson University for at least one year as of the nomination deadline.
    • Nominator can only nominate one person for each of the nine awards.
    • Letters of support should address the nominee and not simply support what the nominator has provided.

    Additional Details
    • Purpose: The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences (CBSHS) Awards of Excellence are honorary in nature and are given to faculty and/or permanent classified employees in recognition of exemplary contributions to CBSHS and their missions.
    • Objective: To encourage, recognize and reward faculty and/or classified employees for performance, achievements, or technological accomplishments above those normally expected that contribute to the efficiency, improvement, or economy of the CBSHS.
  • Awards of Excellence Categories and Criteria
    Award for Excellence in Global Engagement

    Recognizes outstanding achievement in increasing understanding and cooperation between Clemson University and the Global Community.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty member;
    • Demonstrates a long-term commitment to maximizing the Clemson experience of significant numbers of international students;
    • Record of involving Clemson students in studies of the history and culture of other countries, particularly with travel to that area;
    • Involvement, with students, in projects to benefit other countries such as infrastructure improvement and entrepreneurship; and
    • Involvement, with students, in collaboration with international universities that results in significant discoveries or other noteworthy products.

    Award for Excellence in Student Engagement

    Recognizes outstanding contributions to student engagement by a CBSHS faculty or staff member within the College. Note: Staff members are also eligible for this award.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty or staff member
    • Demonstrates a long-term history of successfully mentoring large numbers of students at the graduate and/or undergraduate level
    • Active advising of student clubs and organizations
    • Record of involving students in profession organizations and activities such as conventions and other professional meetings
    • Includes students in research and other projects which result in student authorship

    Award for Excellence Interdisciplinary Collaboration

    Recognizes interdisciplinary collaborations conducted by faculty within the College.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty
    • Awarded on the basis of the most significant product (book, research, discovery, procedure or service) to be produced by collaboration between different departments within the College.

    Award of Excellence in Teaching

    Shares knowledge with, elicits insight of, and promotes informed action by learners.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty for undergraduate teaching, one (1) award for CBSHS graduate teaching, and one (1) award for CBSHS adjunct or part-time faculty
    • Employs innovative teaching strategies
    • Promotes continuous evaluation of teaching and learning strategies by students, peers and self
    • Engages in creative leadership in classroom teaching
      • Creates a classroom atmosphere of helpful, collaborative and creative learning
      • Promotes enthusiasm in students
      • Exhibits fairness with students
      • Raises awareness in the community and brings diverse groups who have been previously excluded from the university through engaging students in service learning
      • Participates in distributed learning environment activities (e.g., online learning, distance education)
      • Supports the program, department, college, and/or university in addressing curricular or instructional issues
      • Stays current with developments in one’s field through participation in continuing education activities
      • Contributes to significant growth and development for self and students
      • Participates in continuing education activities

    Award of Excellence in Research

    Asks questions of importance, systematically obtains answers to the questions, and shares the results of this process in appropriate public forums.

    Criteria are as follows:
    • Two (2) awards for full-time CBSHS faculty: One (1) given to an emerging scholar (within first 10 years of career); one (1) given to senior scholar (faculty member with 10+ career years as a faculty member, either all at Clemson or combined with employment elsewhere)
    • Significantly investigating a phenomenon that engenders extensive impact within a field (i.e., substantially advancing knowledge within a field)
    • Enhancing understanding within a field of endeavor (i.e., stimulating others to consider the ideas represented in one’s research; work is cited by other authors)
    • Involvement in solving practical problems (i.e., uses research to enhance Clemson educational programs and curricula)
    • Promotes community and diversity (i.e., uses research to improve the community and expand knowledge on diversity issues)
    • Mentoring other’s research efforts
    • Involved in writing and grant activity
    • Involves students (undergraduate and graduate) in the research and publication process

    Nomination letter must include:

    • Primary Area: In 200 words or less, a description of primary and secondary (if applicable) areas of research or creative activity.
    • Achievements: In 500 words or less, describe major research or creative achievements, including any new discoveries/breakthroughs, major contributions to the field, external funding, creativity, originality, editorships, and impact of work (e.g., for articles, use impact factor of journals, citations)
    • Research and Creative Activity Recognition: List major awards (with an emphasis on national/international recognition) related to research and creative works

    Nomination Support Document(s):

    Please be sure to attach current vita of nominee (10 pages max with an emphasis on scholarly related activity, grants, patents, creative works for last 5 years). Candidates may attach, or include, a maximum of three examples of their work. Examples should be from the last five (5) years and selected to provide evidence of quality rather than quantity.


    Award of Excellence in Academic Advising

    Advises and counsels students in obtaining personal and academic goals. Note: Academic advising staff members are also eligible for this award.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty or staff
    • Exceptional rapport with students
    • Willingness to find answers and solutions
    • Cooperative attitude and courteous interaction
    • Supports departmental goals
    • Ability to motivate and support others
      • Respected for professional manner
      • Advises and counsels students
      • Goes “the extra mile” for students

    Award of Excellence in Graduate Student Advising/Mentoring

    Advises, counsels and mentors students in developing their personal goals and professional careers.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty
    • Demonstrates a commitment in mentoring students
    • Exceptional rapport with students
    • Supports goals of students
    • Assists students in taking responsibility for developing their professional career
      • Assists students in professional growth (i.e. grants, publications and professional presentations)
      • Cooperative attitude and courteous interaction
      • Supports departmental goals
      • Respected for professional manner
      • Goes “the extra mile” for students

    Award of Excellence for Faculty Mentoring

    This award is designed to recognize excellence in mentoring of a faculty member in the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences by another faculty member.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • Up to eight (8) awards for full-time CBSHS faculty
    • Mentor’s contributions to mentee’s professional development, specific examples encouraged
    • List of events that mentee and mentor attended together
    • If appropriate/relevant, list of projects that you and mentor have worked on or are working on together currently
    • If appropriate/relevant, list of projects that have developed incorporating interdisciplinary team members as a result of the mentoring relationship

    Award of Excellence in Service/Outreach

    Shares expertise with others and facilitates collaborative efforts to solve problems.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty or staff
    • Takes a leadership role in outreach activities and demonstrates a record of excellence within and beyond the institution (breadth and depth over time)
      • Substantially contributes toward process and content issues to help service, research, CBSHS or University groups’ work toward accomplishment of goals
      • Spearheading sponsorships of events (clubs, job fairs, community work, employment, workshops, lecture services)
        • Demonstrates creativity in solving problems and working toward solutions within and outside Clemson University (individually and/or with groups)
        • Contributes expertise that empowers others (e.g., helping communities, assisting professional groups, mentoring).

    Award of Excellence for Innovation

    Shares expertise through creating innovative practices, policies, or procedures which deliver outstanding benefit to teaching, research, and/or service/outreach. Note: Staff members are also eligible for this award.

    Criteria are as follows:

    • One (1) award for full-time CBSHS faculty or staff
      • Creative breakthrough, novel idea, concept, or is a novel application of an existing idea or concept (novel should indicate 'new' to the world or applied creatively at Clemson)
      • Creative practice, policy, or procedure that enhances the student learning experience
      • Potential to be implemented and have impact across CBSHS
      • Aligns with CBSHS priorities and strategic goals
      • Supports unit goals
  • Awards of Excellence Nomination Forms
  • Classified Staff Awards Overview

    Purpose: The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences Awards are honorary in nature and are given to full-time employees (to include those classified as time-limited) in recognition of exemplary contributions to CBSHS and their missions.

    Objective: To encourage, recognize and reward full-time employees for performance, achievements, or technological accomplishments above those normally expected that contribute to the efficiency, improvement, or economy of the CBSHS.

    Nominations Deadline: March 26, 2021 at 5pm.

    Nomination Procedures
    • Nominations are accepted from peers, supervisors, and faculty. Self-nominations are also allowed.
    • Any award winner is ineligible to be considered for recognition again for 3 years.
    • Nominations will open in the spring of each academic year with awards presented at the spring college meeting.
    Employment Criteria
    • For the New Employee Classified Staff Award for Exceptional Performance and Outstanding Service, employees must have a minimum of one year and maximum of four years of full-time employment with Clemson.
    • For the Team Player Award, employees must have a minimum of 4 years of full-time employment with Clemson University as of the nomination deadline
    • For the Outstanding Student Services Award, employees must have a minimum of 1 year of full-time employment with Clemson University as of the nomination deadline.
    Award Selection Committee
    • Seven voting members appointed by the CBSHS Deans’ offices to include: one classified staff person outside CBSHS, two CBSHS faculty members, two CBSHS students, and two CBSHS college staff members;
    • Chair will be appointed from the committee and will remain a non-voting member unless a tie occurs in which that vote will serve as a tiebreaker;
    • Appointed CBSHS staff members of this committee will relinquish their rights to receive an award for the year they agree to serve on this committee; and
    • Top and bottom numerical score for each nominee will be discarded in order that the judging not be “skewed”.
    Notes
    • Awards are to be kept confidential until the presentation at the Spring college meeting with a brief narrative or “bio” on recipients and why they won/who nominated them.
    • Award winners are not eligible for the same award category within three succeeding years.
    • Nominator must have been employed by Clemson University for at least one year as of the nomination deadline.
    • Nominator can only nominate one person for each of the three awards (3 nominees max for any one person).
    • Letters of support should address the nominee and not simply support what the nominator has provided.
    Nominations and Support Letters
    • Nomination Form (listed below)
    • Brief Narrative Letter - in support of nomination.
    • Support Letters - up to two letters of support can accompany the nomination. No more than two accepted and provided by individuals other than person making nomination.
    • Letter of nomination and support letters should address as many of the award criteria as possible.
  • Classified Staff Awards Categories and Criteria
    New Employee - Exceptional Performance and Outstanding Service Award

    Award Criteria:

    • One award will be given
    • Minimum of 1 year and maximum of 4 years of full-time employment (to include those classified as time-limited) with Clemson University as of the nomination deadline
    • Work exceeds that which is required
    • Works independently
    • Cooperative attitude and courteous interaction
    • Dedicated to completing a job well done
    • Puts “service” above self
    • Exceptional rapport
    • Positive attitude
    • Willingness to find answers and solutions
    • Creativity
    • Supports departmental goals
    • Recognized with monetary award and plaque

    Team Player Award

    Award Criteria:

    • Two awards will be given – top 2 numerical scores
    • Minimum of 4 years of full-time employment (to include those classified as time-limited) with Clemson University as of the nomination deadline
    • Work exceeds that which is required
    • Works independently
    • Cooperative attitude and courteous interaction
    • Dedicated to completing a job well done
    • Ability to motivate and support others
    • Leads by example
    • Puts “service” above self
    • Exceptional rapport
    • Well respected
    • Takes initiative in all matters
    • Positive attitude
    • Willingness to find answers and solutions
    • Creativity
    • Supports departmental goals
    • Excellent, high quality job skills
    • Advises and counsels colleagues
    • Respected for professional manner
    • Recognized with monetary award and plaque

    Outstanding Student Service Award

    Award Criteria:

    • One award will be given
    • Minimum of 1 year of full-time employment (to include those classified as time-limited) with Clemson University as of the nomination deadline
    • Dedicated to working with students
    • Provides support for student success
    • Exceptional rapport with students
    • Cooperative attitude and courteous interaction
    • Willingness to find answers and solutions
    • Supports departmental goals
    • Excellent, high quality job skills
    • Respected for professional manner
    • Recognized with monetary award and plaque
  • Classified Staff Awards Nomination Forms

Faculty/Staff Profiles - Communication/PR

  • How To View / Edit Your Profile

    TO EDIT YOUR PROFILE, click here. Once completed, click "Update" at the bottom.


    TO VIEW YOUR PROFILE: 

    • Replace your CUID
      https://www.clemson.edu/cbshs/about/profiles/index.html?userid=YourCUID
    • Example:
      https://www.clemson.edu/cbshs/about/profiles/index.html?userid=twhims

     TO UPLOAD YOUR CV to your profile, you have two options:

    • Upload your CV to your Clemson Box.com storage space, make the link publicly avilable and then copy/paste the link provided by Box.com into the corrisponding space within your profile edit screen. **NOTE** If you choose this option, you can edit your CV within Box.com but if you move/replace the document, you must upload a new link to your CV within your profile. 
    • Email your CV to twhims@clemson.edu. He will then supply you with a link. **NOTE** If you choose this option, you will have to email a new CV every time you make changes. The option above circumvent this procedure.

    TO VIEW NEW PROFILE CHANGES:

    • Click "update" at the bottom of the form. 
    • Click "view profile"
    • Refresh (important) the subsequent pop-up profile page to view the changes.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are editing your profile off campus, you must first log into the Clemson VPN in order to do so. 

  • How To Resize Your Profile Image

    If your profile image does not upload to your faculty/staff profile, the images is probably too big. Here is how to resize your image to upload to your faculty/staff photo. 

    On a Windows machine:

    1. Double-click the image file you want to resize to open it in Photos.
    2. Once it's opened, click the three dots in the top-right corner, then click "Resize."
    3. A small pop-up will appear, offering you three preset sizes for the picture. Pick "Define custom dimensions" at the bottom.
    4. A menu will appear that lets you set exactly how big you want the image to be. For width, type in 350 and make sure "Maintain aspect ratio" is checked
    5. Click "Save resized copy."
    6. Upload to profile

     On a Mac

    1. Double click the image to open in Preview
    2. From the top menu, choose Tools --> Adjust size
    3. In the “Width” box, type in 350.
    4. Click OK
    5. Upload to your profile
  • Enhance Your Profile With Basic HTML

    FORMATTING WORDS OR SENTENCES
    Placing the following code in your text before & after words or sentences will allow you to style your paragraph.

    • <i>Italics</i>
    • <u>Underline</u>
    • <strong>Bold</strong>
    • <strong><i><u>This sentence will show up as bold, italics, underline.</u></i></strong>
    • <hr> Will give you a horizontal rule/line
    • <p>&nbsp;</p> will give you a paragraph spacer
    • <a href="http://YourLinkHere.com">This sentence will show as a hot link</a>

    EXAMPLES 

    • GOAL: I would like to have this italicized, then this bolded, then this underlined.
    • WRITE:  I would like to have <i>this Italicized</i>, then <strong>this bolded</strong> then <u>this underlined</u>.
    • RESULT: I would like to have this Italicized, then this bolded, then this underlined.

    LINKING: Basic Example

    • GOAL: I would like to link to this website, WhimsWeb.Com, in a sentence.
    • WRITE: I would like to link to this website, <a href="https://whimsweb.com">WhimsWeb.Com</a>, in a sentence.
    • RESULT: I would like to link to this website, WhimsWeb.Com, in a sentence.
  • Request to Add or Delete from the Faculty/Staff Database

    Here is a link to the form to request an addtion or deletion from the faculty/staff database.

    Database Add/Delete Form

  • Email Signatures
    To create a new email signature, please download the Clemson email wordmark titled 2020_Clemson_email_logo.png. (Right click the hyperlink and choose "Download Linked File" or "Save Link As.") Then, follow instructions provided on pages 10-12 of the CBSHS Brand Guidelines. Email Melanie Kieve if you have questions.
  • College Identity Guidelines

    During the summer of 2020, the University began implementing a new brand (with new wordmarks, fonts, etc.), and the CBSHS Office of Communications and Public Relations will be working over the next several months to refresh materials with the new brand. In the interest of fiscal prudence, do not throw away printed materials you are still using with the "old" brand. Instead, please let Melanie Kieve know when you are ready to reprint materials and we will revise them before reprinting.

    Please see the CBSHS Brand Guidelines document for more details on brand colors, typography, etc. If you have any questions, please contact Melanie Kieve. If you wish to create branded materials for internal use, please see the CBSHS Brand Guidelines for guidance. Please work with Melanie Kieve regarding the branding of materials to be distributed to outside audiences.

  • Wordmarks

    NOTE ABOUT WORDMARKS - The majority of the time you will use the RGB color style in .jpg (white background) or .png (transparent background) format. Color styles CMYK and SPOT are usually used for professionally printed material.  

    Clemson University


     CBSHSRGB | CMYK | SPOT

  • Brand Fonts

    If you need to create materials that are outward facing (going to people other than faculty/staff/students), please contact Melanie Kieve for design options. For internal projects, feel free to create projects using the fonts below. See page 5 of the CBSHS Brand Guidelines for more information, or contact Melanie if you need guidance/have questions.

    SERIF FONTS

    • Source Serif - available for free download through Adobe Fonts * - can be used for in-house, internal projects created with Adobe and Microsoft products.
    • Book Antiqua - already available on most computers - can be used for in-house, internal projects created with Microsoft products.


    SANS SERIF FONTS

    • Trade Gothic Next LT - available for free download through Adobe Fonts * - can be used for in-house, internal projects created with Adobe and Microsoft products.
    • Arial - already available on most computers - can be used for in-house, internal projects created with Adobe and Microsoft products.

      * You must install Creative Cloud in order to install Adobe Fonts. Instructions for installing Creative Cloud and Adobe Fonts are on page 6 of the CBSHS Brand Guidelines
  • Stationery Guidelines and PowerPoint Templates

    As of summer 2020, the University has redesigned stationery staples such as letterhead, envelopes, business cards and notepads. They can be ordered through Ricoh. Please contact your administrative coordinator if you need to place an order. Digital letterhead is available by request. Please contact Melanie Kieve at mkieve@clemson.edu. College-branded PowerPoint Templates are also available below in 4:3 and Widescreen formats for your use.

  • Brand Colors
    Please see page 7 of CBSHS Brand Guidelines or more information on colors that should be used on CBSHS, school/departmental, or center/institute materials.
  • Photography/Videography
    The CBSHS Office of Communications and Public Relations fields requests for video projects and consults with requesters to determine if/how such requests can be fulfilled through internal/external sources. For more information, contact Michael Staton. The CBSHS Office of Communications and Public Relations does not have a dedicated photographer to fulfill photography requests but can consult with requesters to determine how such requests can be fulfilled. The University has dedicated photographers and can be contacted directly regarding requests. For more information, contact Melanie Kieve.
  • Website and Social Media

    CBSHS has a robust presence on the Clemson website as well as social media - Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. If you have not done so already, please friend/follow us. To make edits to CBSHS, departmental, or center/institute websites, please contact Timothy WhimsTo submit information for possible inclusion on CBSHS social media outlets, please contact Frances Parrish.

  • News Submissions

    To submit news/story ideas, please contact Michael Staton or Frances Parrish.

  • Creating A Qualtrics Account

CBSHS Governance and Committees

  • CBSHS Faculty By-laws

    Preamble

    These by-laws shall govern the organization and procedures of the faculty of the College of  Behavioral, Social, and Health Sciences (hereafter, the College) and provide the mechanisms for participation in planning, policy-making, and decision-making with regard to academic matters and in matters that may affect the welfare of its members or the mission of the College. The purpose of these by-laws shall be to guide the faculty in its role in University governance: specifically to advise on policies and procedures concerning teaching, research, public service/outreach, faculty welfare, and other matters pertaining to the common professional goals of its membership; approval of candidates for graduation in the college; recommend and approve proposals for new or revised academic requirements, courses, curricula and academic honors within the College; elect representatives to University commissions, committees, councils and the Faculty Senate as required; provide a channel for recommendations to various organizations and administration of the University;  and otherwise advising the dean of the college and others as appropriate.

    Article I

    Membership

    Voting membership of the College shall consist of all Faculty as defined in the Constitution of the Faculty of Clemson University, excluding those pursuing a degree in the College and emeritus faculty but including those on sabbatical leave or leave without pay. Faculty will be eligible to serve on College committees and to vote in meetings of the College faculty. The list of College faculty shall be updated and made available by the Dean’s Office in September of each year.

    Each degree-granting unit of the College may select student representatives to attend faculty meetings of the College as non-voting participant observers. Student representatives have the privilege of expressing opinions on any issue before the faculty. Student representatives shall be chosen as specified in departmental by-laws.

    Article II

    Procedures By Which the Faculty Will Operate

    A. Quorum Defined: A quorum shall consist of at least 33% of all eligible faculty members for a meeting of the general faculty. Quorums for college committee meetings shall consist of a simple majority of each committee’s membership. All college meetings require a quorum if any business necessitating a faculty vote is conducted.

    B. Distribution of By-Laws: A copy of these by-laws shall be distributed to all faculty upon ratification by the faculty, and whenever amendments to these by-laws are made.

    C. Ratification: These by-laws shall become effective upon ratification by at least 50% of the eligible members of the College (as defined in Article 1) voting during the ratification process.

    D. Amendments To By-Laws: Amendments to the by-laws require a two-thirds vote of those eligible members present and voting at a meeting called according to the procedures listed in sections G and H of this Article. Notice of proposed amendments must be published and distributed at least one week prior to the meeting at which they are to be considered.

    E. Voting and Rules of Order. In all general meetings where a quorum is present, all matters will be resolved by a simple majority vote of those eligible members present and voting, unless indicated otherwise elsewhere in this document. All meetings of the College faculty and its constituencies shall be conducted according to the most recent edition of Robert's Rules of Order, Revised, unless the Rules of Order are inconsistent with either the Clemson University Faculty Manual, these by-laws, or any special rules of order adopted by the faculty.

    F. Procedure Regarding Resolutions: Any resolution submitted to the faculty for a vote at a faculty meeting of the college must be distributed to the faculty in written form at least one week prior to the meeting. Resolutions will be voted on by those present at the meeting and, if permitted by a majority vote by the faculty present at the meeting, electronically by those in absence.

    G. Meetings of the College Faculty: Notice of all meetings of the faculty shall be given at least one week in advance of the meeting. Formal meetings of the faculty of the college shall be held at least once during each of the long semesters. At such meetings standing and other committees of the college report to the faculty and make recommendations. 

    H. Call For Special Meeting: Any member of the faculty may call for a meeting of the faculty as a whole by presenting the dean with a written request for such a meeting signed by 10% of all eligible faculty. The request shall include the reason for the meeting. Upon receipt of the request, the dean shall schedule the meeting within two weeks; however, if such request is made between May 1 and August 15 or between December 1 and the beginning of classes in January, the dean shall schedule the meeting as soon as practical but not later than two weeks after the beginning of the Fall or Spring semester immediately following the semester in which the request is made.

    I. Limitation on Faculty Service: Faculty members shall be limited to service on no more than two of the following committees at the same time: curriculum, scholarships and awards, and research.

    J. Ad- Hoc Committees: The dean, the faculty, or majority of the Faculty Advisory Committee membership shall have the authority to establish ad hoc committees. The Faculty Advisory Committee shall have the authority to appoint members of ad-hoc committees or to determine how such members shall be appointed. An ad hoc committee must be established for a specific, single purpose and can serve no longer than twelve (12) months. An ad hoc committee cannot become a standing committee without a change in by-laws being approved by the College faculty.

    K. Approval of Candidates for Graduation: Each degree granting department will review and approve its own candidates for graduation following procedures established in each department’s by-laws. 

    L. Minutes of meetings: Approved minutes of collegiate faculty meetings are to be forwarded to the Provost and to the President for their information.

    M. Recommendations from the College Faculty: All recommendations from the Faculty are to be forwarded to the appropriate University council, committee, or administrative officer.

    Article III

    Standing Committees and Councils

    Terms of office for committee members shall be two years. In the case where a university-level committee has a faculty seat open for re-election, the associated college committee will select the representative from the unit representatives serving the following year, and if necessary, the selected representative will have the college committee term extended to allow the fulfillment of the university committee term obligation. Within three weeks of the March election, the dean will schedule a meeting of the committee members serving the following year in order to communicate the charge, elect a chair and secretary, and if needed, to select representatives to serve on associated university committees.

    Each committee shall meet as often as necessary to fulfill the purpose of the committee. Minutes for each committee will be recorded for each meeting, with a set forwarded and maintained in the office of the Dean and posted on the College Web site. Each committee shall develop its specific operating procedures. The chair of the associated unit committee shall represent that unit on the respective College Committee. If no such unit committee exists, representatives should be elected in accordance with the by-laws of the unit. The term on the unit committee should be adjusted to allow fulfillment of college and university committee term obligations.

    A. College Faculty Advisory Committee 

    1. Composition: Voting members of the College Faculty Advisory Committee shall consist of, one (1) member from each of the degree-granting units. The lead faculty College Senator will serve in an ex-officio capacity. The Dean will chair the committee and serve as a non-voting member. New members shall be elected from the regular faculty by the faculties of each degree-granting unit by April 1 of each year, to serve a two-year term starting May 1 of the year elected. 

    2.  Duties: The College Faculty Advisory Committee will advise the dean on any matter which is of concern to the teaching, research, public service/outreach, and funding priorities. The committee will provide guidance for the development of plans of the College which are not the purview of any other part of the faculty organization of the College.

    B. College Curriculum Committee

    1. Composition: The voting members of the College Curriculum Committee shall consist of one regular faculty representative from each of the degree granting units in the College. New members shall be elected by the faculties of each department by April 1 of each year, to serve a two-year term starting May 1 of the year elected. The committee shall elect from its membership a chairperson, who shall call and conduct all meetings of the committee and who, along with an additional member elected by the committee, shall serve as the college's representatives on the university Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. The committee shall also select two of its members to serve as the college's representatives to the university Graduate Curriculum Committee.

    2. Duties: This committee shall have responsibility for evaluating and making recommendations to the faculty on all proposals for new or revised academic requirements, courses, and curricula within the college. It shall also review all curriculum proposals that emanate from the university Curriculum Committees or the other collegiate faculties, whose effect would be university-wide, and shall ensure the adherence of such proposals to all applicable college policies and curricular requirements. The committee shall also approve all honors courses and curriculum; shall coordinate the honors activities of the various departments in the college, as appropriate; and shall act as a liaison between the College and the Calhoun College Honors program. Notice of and an agenda for all committee meetings shall be provided to all faculty members no later than four working days prior to the meeting. Committee recommendations shall be distributed to the faculty within two working days of meetings.

    3. Faculty Review of Curriculum Decisions: The faculty may elect to review any recommendation of the Curriculum Committee. Such review requires the presentation to the College Faculty Advisory Committee of a written request stating specifically the recommendation or recommendations to be reviewed. Such a petition must be submitted within ten (10) working days following the date on which the Curriculum Committee has notified the faculty of its recommendation. The dean shall then call a special meeting of the faculty or place the recommendation to be reviewed on the agenda of the next regularly scheduled or special meeting of the faculty. A two-thirds majority of those present and voting at the next regular or special meeting of the faculty is necessary to overrule the recommendation of the Curriculum Committee. Unless the faculty elects to review and reject a recommendation of the Curriculum Committee, the committee’s recommendation shall be considered as the decision of the faculty. However, once a petition to review one or more recommendations of the Curriculum Committee has been filed as per this section, such recommendation or recommendations shall not be considered final until voted on by the faculty.

    C. Scholarship and Awards Committee

    1. Composition: The Scholarships and Awards Committee shall consist of one faculty representative from each degree granting unit in the College. New members shall be elected by the faculties of each department by April 1 of each year, to serve a two-year term commencing on May 1 of the year elected. The committee shall elect from its membership a chairperson, who shall call and conduct all meetings of the committee. The chairperson shall serve as the College Representative to the Clemson University Scholarships and Awards Committee.

    2. Duties: This committee will identify candidates for college-wide awards and scholarships and encourage faculty participation in the nomination process and in Honors and Awards Day. The chairperson of the committee shall be responsible for coordinating the College’s Honors and Awards Day ceremonies. The chair shall serve as the College’s representative to the Clemson University Honors Committee.

    D. Research Committee

    1. Composition: The Research Committee shall consist of one faculty representative from each of the degree granting units in the College. One (1) representative from non-degree granting units may be added if the Committee decides that is appropriate. The College Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies shall serve as the chair of the committee and non-voting member. New members shall be elected by the faculties of each department by April 1 of each year, to serve a two-year term starting May 1 of the year elected. The committee may appoint one or more non-voting student members, as it deems appropriate.

    2. Duties: The Research Committee shall advise the dean on specific research resource needs of the college; identify opportunities in which students can participate with faculty in research projects, and disseminate information about these opportunities to students; promote the college's research agenda and design and implement the appropriate recognition of the research successes in the college; and promote the consistent classification of journal articles and/or other methods used to evaluate faculty research.

    E. Community and Diversity Committee

    1. Composition: The Community and Diversity Committee shall consist of one (1) member from each of the units (degree granting and non-degree granting), one (1) representative of the College’s Advisory Committee for Classified Staff, one (1) undergraduate student and one (1) graduate student. New members shall be elected by the faculties of each department by April 1 of each year, to serve a two-year term starting May 1 of the year elected. The Dean shall select the student members. Members of the committee shall elect a chair from within the membership.

    2. Duties: The purpose of the Community and Diversity Committee is to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate the College’s diversity plan. Responsibilities of this committee are to:
    ▪ develop College policies to ensure compliance with state and federal statutes in accordance with university-wide policies;
    ▪ assist in the development and review of diversity goals for students, faculty and staff;
    ▪ analyze the search and hiring process for all faculty and staff positions with regards to diversity issues, making recommendations as appropriate;
    ▪ assist faculty and staff in developing proposals to attract funds for implementing new programs to recruit and retain a diversified population of students, faculty and staff;
    ▪ participate and promote University sponsored community and diversity training workshops, seminars, and forums for faculty, staff, and students; and
    ▪ serve as liaison with other University entities (i.e., Council on Community and Diversity) dealing with community diversity and equity.

    F. Elections Committee

    1. Composition: The Elections Committee shall consist of one (1) member from each of the units (degree granting and non-degree granting). Preferably, the election committee chairs of each degree and non-degree granting units shall represent that unit on the College Committee. If a unit does not have an election committee, the representative shall be elected following the election procedures used in that department. Members of the committee shall elect a chair from within the membership. New members shall be elected by the faculties of each department by April 1 of each year, to serve a two-year term starting May 1 of the year elected.

    2. Duties: The purpose of this committee is to ensure the election of College and University representation to standing councils, commissions, and committees. Vacancies on university committees will be filled through a college-wide election held each March. In the event that a vacancy to a university committee occurs mid-year, the dean will appoint a temporary replacement to fill the vacancy until the next March election. When a vacancy on a College Committee results from the departure (or official leave) of a faculty member, the Chair/Director of that member's unit will appoint a faculty member to fill the vacancy for the remainder of that academic year.

    3. Procedures:

    For College committees: 
    1. By March 1, the College Elections Chair will send each member of the College Election Committee a list of those representatives that are at the end of their terms and need to be replaced.
    2. Each unit will elect/select their representatives according to the unit’s by-laws, and their College Elections Committee representative will notify the College Elections Chair by March 31.
    3. The Dean’s office and the College Elections Chair will keep a list of all college committee representatives.

    For University committees:
    1. The Dean’s office will notify the College Elections Chair of positions that need to be filled at the university level as soon as they are notified.
    2. By March 1, the Elections Chair will send the list to each member of the College Election Committee, allowing at least two weeks for nomination collection within units. For each university committee on the list, each unit may send at most one nomination, even if there is more than one vacancy on the same committee.
    3. The members of the College Election Committee are responsible for collecting nominations within their own unit, and for notifying their faculty about the college election dates and procedures.
    4. The College Elections chair will collate all nominations into a slate that is sent to the members of the college elections committee, who distribute the list to their units at least one week prior to the first day of the election. During this time candidates may campaign. Absentee voting will be available in the Dean’s office during the days that the slate is posted. There will be no absentee voting when the election is Web based.
    5. No write-ins are allowed in the election. The election runs for at least two and a half days. Paper ballots will be used at established polling places, unless a Web based format is available.
    6. The College Elections Committee counts the votes. For committees with more than one vacancy (including alternates, when required), the candidate receiving the most votes will fill the position with the longest term. In the case where there is an alternate seat to fill, after all regular seats are filled, the next candidate with the largest number of votes will fill the alternate seat. In the case of a tie, the College Elections Committee will conduct an electronic revote with the top two candidates. In the case of a second tie, the committee will flip a coin to determine the representative.  The Chair sends results to the members of the College Elections Committee, who distribute the list to their units.
    7. For each college committee with an associated university committee, the Elections Chair will notify the dean of positions that need to be filled at the university level. At the committee meetings called by the dean in April, the committees will select the representatives for the university committees as described in the by-laws. The dean will notify the College Elections Chair of the decisions.
    8. The College Elections Chair sends all election results to the members of the College Elections Committee, who distribute the list to their units. The Committee Chair also sends an announcement to the dean’s office, who notifies appropriate university personnel. A list of all university committee representatives from the College will be kept by the dean's office and by the College Elections Chair.
    9. The committee should seek equitable representation on college and university committees across all of the units in the College.

    ARTICLE IV

    Unit Faculties

    The faculty of each unit of the College is composed of those members of the College duly appointed to that unit and are responsible for matters pertaining to that unit. Each unit is responsible for developing an appropriate structure for its operation. Each unit is to meet at least once a semester, with minutes forwarded annually to the dean of the college.

  • Dean's Advisory Council

    Leslie Hossfeld
    Dean
    (864) 656-7640
    lhossfe@clemson.edu

    Denise Anderson
    Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, Faculty Affairs and Inclusive Excellence
    (864) 656-5679
    dander2@clemson.edu

    Rachel Mayo
    Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies
    (864) 656-7435
    rmayo@clemson.edu

    Tracy Kelly
    Executive Assistant
    Dean's Office
    (864) 656-7913 
    tk@clemson.edu

    Bryan Denham
    Interim Chair, Department of Communication
    (864) 656-1567
    bdenham@clemson.edu

    Sarah Griffin
    Interim Chair, Department of Public Health Sciences
    (864) 656-1622
    sgriffi@clemson.edu

    Jeffrey Hallo
    Interim Chair, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
    (864) 656-3036
    jhallo@clemson.edu

    Jeffrey Peake
    Chair, Department of Political Science
    (864) 656-4653
    jpeake@clemson.edu

    Pat Raymark
    Chair, Department of Psychology
    (864) 656-4715
    praymar@clemson.edu

    Kathleen Valentine
    Director, School of Nursing, and Chief Nursing Academic Officer, Prisma Health-Upstate
    (864) 656-9569
    klvalen@clemson.edu

    Katherine Weisensee
    Chair, Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
    (864) 656-4210
    kweisen@clemson.edu

    Regina Carroll
    Director of Business Relations
    (864) 656-2073
    rcrrll@clemson.edu

    Karen Kemper
    Faculty Senate Representative (2021-2024)
    cbshsfacultysenator@clemson.edu

    Kristen Lawson
    Staff Senate Representative (2020-2023)
    cbshsstaffsenator@clemson.edu

    John Pezdek
    Director of Development
    315-794-4483
    110 Daniel Drive
    jpezdek@clemson.edu

    Brandon Turner
    Faculty Senate Representative (2021-2024)
    cbshsfacultysenator@clemson.edu

     

     

     

  • Faculty Advisory Committees
    Department Year Name Email

    Co-Lead College Faculty Senator

     

    Karen Kemper

    kkaren@clemson.edu

    Co-Lead College Faculty Senator

     

    Brandon Turner

    bturne2@clemson.edu

    Dean

     

    Leslie Hossfeld

    lhossfe@clemson.edu

    School of Nursing

    2022

    Jane Deluca

    jdeluca@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    2023

    Karen Kemper

    kkaren@clemson.edu

    Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

    2022

    Marieke VanPuymbroeck

    mvp@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    2023

    Marissa Shuffler

    mshuffl@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    2022

    Marjie Britz

    mbritz@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    2022

    Joe Stewart

    jstewa4@clemson.edu

    Communication

    2022

    Darren Linvill

    darrenl@clemson.edu

  • Curriculum Committee
    Department Year Name Email

    School of Nursing

    2023

    Linda Ward

    ldward@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    2022

    Joel Williams

    Joel2@clemson.edu

    Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

    2023

    Lauren Duffy

    lduffy@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    2022

    Claudio Cantalupo

    ccantal@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    2023

    Mike Coggeshall

    raucus@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    2023

    Brandon Turner

    bturne2@clemson.edu

    Communication

    2022

    James Gilmore

    jngilmo@clemson.edu

  • Scholarship and Awards Committee
    Department Year Name Email

    School of Nursing

    2022

    Terry Busby

    tbusby@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    2023

    Lu Shi

     lus@clemson.edu

    Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

    2023

    Teresa Tucker

    teresa@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    2022

    Jennifer Bisson

    jbisson@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    2023

    Catherine Mobley

    camoble@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    2023

    Jeff Fine

    jfine@clemson.edu

    Communication

    2022

    Darren Linvill

    darrenl@clemson.edu

  • Research Committee
    Department Year Name Email

    Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies

     

    Rachel Mayo

    rmayo@clemson.edu

    School of Nursing

    2023

    Sara Sarasua

    smsaras@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    2022

    Lu Zhang

    sgriffi@clemson.edu

    Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

    2022

    Ed Bowers

    edmondb@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    2022

    Fred Switzer

    switzef@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    2022

    Ye Luo

    yel@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    2023

    Steven Miller

    svmille@clemson.edu

    Communication

    2022

    Greg Cranmer

    gcranme@clemson.edu

  • Community and Diversity Committee
    Department Year Name Email

    School of Nursing

    2022

    Zahra Rahemi

    zrahemi@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    2022

    Karen Kemper

    kkaren@clemson.edu

    Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

    2022

    Stephen Lewis

    stlewis@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    2023

    Ceren Gunsoy

    cgunsoy@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    2023

    Candace Coffman

    cccoffm@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    2023

    Lori Dickes

    lorid@clemson.edu

    Communication

    2023

    Vanessa Condon

    vcondon@clemson.edu

  • Elections Committee
    Department Year Name Email

    School of Nursing

    2022

    Terri Teramano

    tabercr@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    2022

    Karen Kemper

    kkaren@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    2023

    Lori Dickes

    lorid@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    2022

    Patrick Rosopa

    prosopa@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    2023

    Marjie Britz

    mbritz@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    2023

    Xiaobo Hu

    xhu@clemson.edu

    Communication

    2023

    Kristen Okamoto

    kokamot@clemson.edu

  • Inclusive Excellence Committee
    Department Name Email

    School of Nursing

    Janice Lanham

    janicel@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    Amelia Clinkscales

    abclink@clemson.edu

    Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

    Harrison Pinckney

    hpinckn@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    Patrick Rosopa

    prosopa@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    Andrew Mannheimer

    amannhe@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    Joseph Stewart

    jstewa4@clemson.edu

    Communication

    Skye Wingate

    vwingat@clemson.edu

  • Global Engagement Committee
    Department Name Email

    School of Nursing

    Roxanne Amerson

    roxanna@clemson.edu

    Public Health Sciences

    Debbie Falta

    faltad@clemson.edu

    Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

    Skye Arthur-Banning

    sarthur@clemson.edu

    Psychology

    Ceren Gunsoy

    cgunsoy@clemson.edu

    Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

    Natasha Sianko

    natalls@clemson.edu

    Political Science

    Zeynep Taydas

    ztaydas@clemson.edu

    Communication

    Andrew Pyle

    apyle@clemson.edu

  • Rural Economic Development Committee
    Name Department
    Amber Lange Emerging Scholars
    Aby Sene Harper Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
    Bruce Ransom Political Science
    Ken Robinson Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
    Natalia Sianko Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
  • Food Security Initiative Committee
    Name Department
    Michelle Eichinger Dean’s Office – Land Grant Local
    Barry Garst Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
    Sarah Griffin Public Health Sciences
    Mike McGirr Dean’s Office – Land Grant Local
    Catherine Mobley Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
    Andrew Pyle Communication
    Brooke Brittain Public Health Sciences
    Marvina Jones Public Health Sciences
    Joel Williams Public Health Sciences
  • African American Heritage Tourism Upstate South Carolina Committee
    Name Department
    Aby Sene Harper Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
    Mike Coggeshall Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
    David Marcus Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
    Mike McGirr Dean’s Office Land Grant Local
    Robert Powell Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
  • CBSHS Representatives to Clemson Committees

    Academic Council – 1 per college, 3 year term, regular faculty

    • Leslie Hossfeld, Dean
    • Marjie Britz (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice) (2024)

    Academic Eligibility – 2 per college, 3 year term, regular faculty; senior/principle lecturers

    • Deborah Falta (Public Health Sciences) (2024)
    • Jim McCubbin (Psychology) (2024)

    Academic Grievance – 3 per college, 3 year term, regular faculty

    • Gwynn Powell (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management) (2022)
    • Patrick Rosopa (Psychology) (2023)

    Marjie Britz (Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice) (2024)

    Academic Technology – 1 per college, 3 year term, all faculty

    • Erin Ash (Communication) (2022)
    • James Gilmore (Communication) (2024) 

    Advising – 2 per college, 2 year term, all faculty

    • Kristin Goodenow (CBSHS Advising Center) Chair
    • Catherine Mobley (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice) (2022)
    • Jumah Taweh (Communication) (2023)

    Assessment – 2 per college, 3 year term, all faculty

    • Job Chen (Psychology) (2024)
    • Teresa Tucker (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management) (2023)

    Athletic Council – 2 per college (1 reg, 1 alt), 3 year term, regular faculty

    • Jasmine Townsend (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management) (2022 – remained as Chair)
    • Brandon Boatright (Communication) (2023) - Alternate

    Bookstore Advisory – 2 per college, 2 year term, all faculty

    • Jennifer Rice (School of Nursing) (2023)
    • Alexis Zachary (Communication) (2023)

    Honors College – 1 per college, 3 year term, all faculty

    • Elizabeth Ann Kaszynski Gilmore (Communication) (2024)

    Creative Inquiry - 2 per college (1 reg, 1 alt), 3 year term, all faculty

    • Candace Coffman (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice) (2022)
    • David White (PRTM) (2024) Alternate

    General Education – 2 per college, 3 year term, regular faculty or senior lecturer

    • Daniel Fecher (Communication) (2024)
    • Jennifer Holland (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice) (2024)

    Graduate Admissions – 2 per college, 3 year term, all grad faculty

    • Heide Temples (Nursing) (2023)
    • Lori Dickes (Political Science) (2024)

    Graduate Advisory – 1 per college, 3 year term, grad faculty

    • Sarah Griffin (Public Health Sciences) (2023)

    Graduate Council – 1 per college, 3 year term, grad faculty

    • Ed Bowers (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management) (2022) 

    Graduate Curriculum

    • Joel Williams (Public Health Science)
    • Brandon Turner (Political Science)

    Graduate Fellowships – 1 per college, 3 years, grad faculty

    • Laura Olson (Political Science) (2024)

    Graduate Grievance – 2 per college, 2 years, tenured faculty

    • Patrick Rosopa (Psychology) (2023)
    • Barry Garst (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management) (2023)

    Graduate Integrity – 3 per college, 2 years, tenured faculty

    • Stephanie Davis (Nursing) (2023)
    • Bill Haller (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice) (2023)
    • Bruce Ransom (Political Science) (2023)

    Global Engagement – 1 per college, 3 years, all faculty

    • Andrew Pyle (Communication) (2024)

    Intellectual Property– 1 per college, 3 years, all faculty

    • Windsor Sherrill (2023)
    • Rachel Mayo (ex-officio)

    Distance Education Advisory Board – 2 per college (1 reg, 1 alt), 2 years, all faculty

    • Marjie Britz (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice) (2022)
    • Zahra Rahemi (Nursing) (2022) (alt)

    Parking Review Board – 2 per college, 3 years, all faculty

    • Zeynep Taydas (Political Science) (2024)
    • Sheri Webster (Nursing) (2023)

    Scholarship & Awards

    • Representation drawn from College scholarship and awards committee

    Undergraduate Admissions – 1 per college, 3 years, all faculty

    • Janice Lanham (School of Nursing) (2022)

    Undergraduate Academic Integrity – 2 per college, 2 years, tenured faculty

    • Lori Dickes (Political Science) (2022)
    • Robin Kowalski (Psychology) (2023)

    Undergraduate Curriculum

    • Mike Coggeshall (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice)
    • Claudio Cantalupo (Psychology)

    CU Seed/Alumni Award – 1 per college, 1 year, regular faculty

    • Amber Curtis (Political Science) (2022)

    Research Advisory Board – 1 per college, 3 years, all faculty

    • Janice Withycombe (School of Nursing) (2024)

    Regular Faculty Senators – 5 for CBSHS, 3 years, T/TT faculty

    • Betty Baldwin (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management) (2022)
    • Andrew Pyle (Communication) (2022)
    • Lauren Duffy (Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management) (2023)
    • Karen Kemper (Public Health Sciences) (2024)
    • Brandon Turner (Political Science) (2024)

    Faculty Senate Alternates – 2 for CBSHS, 1 year, T/TT

    • Kim Pickett (Nursing) (2022)
    • Xiaobo Hu (Political Science) (2022)

    Delegates to Faculty Senate – 2 for CBSHS, 1 year, Lecturers – not elected

    • Jennifer Holland (Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice) (2022)
    • Jo Jorgensen (Psychology) (2022)
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences | 116 Edwards Hall