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Apr. 2019: The Fredonia University Senate passed a ConFac resolution to invite other SUNY institutions to petition the SUNY University Faculty Senate to change the earlier, November nomination portfolio due date for the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching to match the later, February due date enjoyed by the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service, Librarianship, Professional Service, Scholarship and Creative Arts, and Teaching. As it stands, the earlier due date for the Adjunct award creates an inequity of time experienced by every committee chair, nominee, and faculty member who both nominate and/or otherwise support nominees.
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ConFac University Senators:
Anne Fearman (Liberal Arts & Sciences)
Susan McGee (Liberal Arts & Sciences)
Amber Powell (Liberal Arts & Sciences)
Andrew Martin Smith (Visual & Performing Arts)
Kim Weborg-Benson (Liberal Arts & Sciences)