STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
ARTS AND SCIENCES SENATE
FACULTY RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES POLICY COMMITTEE
KEY DOCUMENTS FORMULATED BY THE FRRPC
1. Guidelines for Departmental By-Laws (mar 2000)
Official - Provost's Office link: Affiliated, Joint, and Non-Salaried Faculty Appointments. (mar 2010)
3. Now: Outstanding Lecturer Award (see University Senate for details - november 2012)
formerly: Senior Lecturer Award Title - Guidelines for Nomination and Selection - Official and Final Document (december 2011)
4. Academic and Research Responsibilites of Tenured Faculty (final - sept 2011)
6. Non-salaried / Courtesy Appointments (february 2012)
7. Extra-Departmental Faculty Administrative Assignments (april 2011)
Functions of the Faculty Rights and Responsibilities Policy Committee
The Faculty Rights and Responsibilities Policy Committee (FRRPC) shall review existing policies, practices and procedures concerning A&SSC faculty rights and responsibilities.
It shall formulate guidelines for areas of common concern to full time and part –time tenured and non-tenured faculty or groups of faculty so as to assure that the faculty are fully informed of matters that relate to their working relationship with each other, and departmental and university functions, including but not limited to departmental by–laws, cross-disciplinary appointments, options for promotions, and opportunities for continued university involvement by retired faculty.
The committee will focus on policies and guidelines but will not address individual personnel cases, nor will it deal with matters that are the due province of the designated faculty bargaining agent.
Membership on the FRRPC
The Committee on Faculty Rights and Responsibilities Policies shall consist of seven (7) voting members:
(i) the humanities and fine arts;