On April 13 the Faculty Council continued their discussion of a proposal regarding conduct inquiries for externally recruited tenured faculty. They also approved changes to the description of the Standing Committee on Higher Degrees in Public Policy and heard a proposal to update the description of the Standing Committee on Information Technology. Finally, they heard a proposal regarding the student residency requirement and heard presentations on FAS strategic planning for graduate education and for the Division of Arts and Humanities.
The Council next meets on April 27. The preliminary deadline for the May 3 meeting of the Faculty is April 19 at noon.