Involvement of the University’s Academic Officers
Communication between the University’sacademic officers and FACET enables identification of common interests and mutually supportive initiatives generated by the CAO’s or by FACET and facilitates mutualunderstanding of missions, goals and activities. The Steering Committee will meet once ayear with the Academic Officers, the best time being the Friday morning before the retreatwhen the Steering Committee is already assembled but at a time that is mutually convenientfor the CAO's and the Steering Committee.
Involvement of other University faculty and staff involved in teaching excellence
As theUniversity adds additional staff (e.g., in professional development and in assessment) and as campus teaching-learning centers grow, close coordination between their activities and FACET activities becomes increasingly important. After identifying the appropriate peopleleading teaching excellence efforts on all campuses, the FACET office should (1) speak with them to determine their desired level of involvement with FACET, (2) invite them to oneSteering Committee meeting each year (e.g., at the Moore Symposium, or in the summer, or in early fall), and (3) invite specific individuals to meet with the Steering Committee aboutspecific issues of concern to FACET and to that (those) individual (s’) office or program.
Only FACET members will be invited to serve as members of the Steering Committee.
Amended by FACET Steering Committee, May 2013, to add a representative from IUPUC to the IUPUI allotted Steering Committee Representatives. This person will serve a 3 year term
and is appointed by the FACET Director.
Task Force Members:
- Donald Coffin
- Art Freidel
- David Malik
- Gerry Powers
- Georgia Strange