Disability is important to the diversity of this campus and
necessary to consider when creating inclusive environments for both students
and faculty. Seeing disability as diversity means understanding the political,
historical, social, and environmental aspects of disability identity and
disability on campus.
DisC Scope and Goals
- Develop annual
goals, review and revise past goals, and discuss, develop, and implement
long-term goals; all goals should guide and rationalize the committee’s
purposes as specified in the Bylaws of the Faculty Assembly.
- Recommend or
develop policies, programs, or activities for Assembly and administrative
bodies that help create and maintain a vibrant academic environment for faculty.
policies, activities, and programs that fall within the committee’s purview;
these evaluative processes should be carried out collaboratively with
academic-community bodies and members of the community potentially affected by
- Consult with
other committees of Faculty Assembly on matters related to the committee’s purview,
policies, and activities.
- Review and assure
that policies and procedures related to the committee’s purview are fair and
applied fairly to faculty.
- Help develop and
monitor programs and policies that support the achievement of the committee’s
- Help develop,
enhance, and evaluate support networks and necessary services for faculty that
affect the implementation and review of policies that fall within the
- Assure that programs
are well represented in campus policies on and procedures relative to the
purview of the committee.
If you are interested in attending a meeting, please contact the secretary of the committee for details.