Faculty Grievance Committee (School of Medicine Faculty)
- Existence: 1985
The Faculty Grievance Committee is responsible for reviewing faculty grievance procedures and recommending changes.
The Faculty Grievance Committee is responsible for reviewing faculty grievance procedures and recommending changes. They have the power to elect Formal Hearing Boards from among its members upon receipt of a formal notice of grievance from a faculty member. The Formal Hearing Boards conduct formal hearings of faculty grievances, making and reporting findings based on such hearings. The conduct of such hearings and subsequent reports shall be in accordance with the established Grievance Procedures of the School of Medicine.
It was used for the first time in 1985. The committee provides for the orderly and equitable processing of the presentation of a grievance on the part of a faculty member who feels that he/she has been subject to a violation, inequitable application or misinterpretation of a procedure or policy affecting the faculty member. The purpose is to ensure fairness in faculty relations and to be a means of resolving misunderstandings and redressing injustices fairly and without undue delay.
- Dr. M. Schaechter, 1985-91
- Open position, 1991-2008
- Marsha Boumil, J.D.
- Open position, 2009-10