- The Library Council shall
consist of five elected members of the library faculty who are on full-time
tenure or tenure-track appointment. At least four of the five
members shall be tenured.
The untenured member shall not be present during consideration or review of
promotion, tenure, and sabbatical applications, but shall
vote on the participate in all other functions of the Library Council.
The dean of the University Libraries shall serve as a non-voting chair of
the Library Council.
All elected member of
the Library Council shall have served at least twenty-four months from time
of appointment as full-time faculty of the University
Libraries by the time their Council terms begin.
Each member of the Library
Council shall represent the library faculty as a whole.
The Administrative Staff,
consisting of the dean, associate director (s), assistant director(s), as
well as any other library faculty member who reports
regularly to the dean, shall be ineligible for election to the Library Council.
- The duties of the Library
Council shall be:
- To recommend policy
on behalf of the library faculty and to act in an advisory capacity to
the dean of University Libraries;
- To formulate procedures
for the appointment of new personnel and to review and make personnel
recommendations to the dean of University Libraries in
such areas as annual evaluations, tenure, promotion, salary increments,
** Vice Chair
@ Ex Officio, nonvoting