(By‑Laws Part 2, Section 16)
A Committee on Nominations shall be established for nominating representatives of the Faculty to the Board of Governors, the Senate, the Committee for Selection of the President, Committees on Studies, the Committee on Discipline, the Committee on University Budgets, and to any other group who may wish to seek its assistance.
The Committee shall be composed of seven (7) members from the following categories:
1. One from the lecturer or assistant professor levels
2. One from the associate professor level
3. One from the professor level
4. Four Faculty members at large
Members of the Committee shall be elected annually by the University Faculty. If there are more nominations than positions to be filled, election shall be by secret ballot
All members shall enjoy two-year terms of office on this Committee and shall not be eligible for immediate re‑election.
The Committee shall elect its own Chair and Secretary each year at its first meeting.
The Chair, the Secretary, and another member shall constitute a quorum.
Normally, notice of positions to be filled shall be given to Faculty seven days prior to the Committee meeting at which nominates will be considered for those positions.
Reports of the Committee on Nominations shall be in the hands of the Chair of the appropriate electing body 48 hours before meetings when elections are to be held.
The Committee on Nominations shall:
a) provide, upon request, names of candidates for election, provided prior approval of these candidates has been obtained;
b) keep a continuing record of all operating committees (sensu lato) with the names of recent and current members;
c) meet at least once yearly for the following purposes;
1. a review of the jurisdiction and usefulness of all committees for which it nominates members; and,
2.recommendations to the appropriate bodies of the dismissal of certain committees, or of changes in their jurisdiction.
ELECTED BY: University Faculty
DATE: Second meeting, c. October 15
TERM: Two years
NUMBER: Seven members (one lecturer or assistant, one associate professor, one professor, four members-at-large)
NOTE: Rank limitations etc.