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By-laws

The University of Waterloo Mathematics Faculty Council (hereinafter called "The Council")

By-laws
Effective July 1, 2017

Meetings

Faculty Council will meet in accordance with the rules specified in the Faculty Constitution, normally in September, November, February and April.

Amendment

Any proposed amendments must appear on the agenda. Amendments shall be approved by a process described in the Faculty Constitution.uncil meeting.

Faculty Committees

Administrative Committee:

The rules governing the Administrative Committee are described in the Faculty Constitution.

Undergraduate Affairs Committee (UAC):

The rules governing the Undergraduate Affairs Committee, including a list of voting members, are described in the Faculty Constitution. The non-voting membership of this committee shall consist of persons as the Chair shall from time to time appoint, including the following:

Ex Officio

  • the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, (non-voting);
  • the Associate Dean, Co-op Studies (non-voting);
  • the Faculty Relations Manager – Mathematics Co-op (CECA)(non-voting).

Elected / Appointed

  • one representative of the Software Engineering program, appointed by the Director of Software Engineering (non-voting);
  • one representative from the Registrar’s Office (non-voting);

Undergraduate Standings and Promotions Committee:

The rules governing the Undergraduate Standings and Promotions Committee, including a list of voting members, are described in the Faculty Constitution.  The non-voting membership of this committee shall consist of persons as the Chair shall from time to time appoint, including the following:

Elected / Appointed

  • one representative from the Registrar’s Office (non-voting), who shall be secretary
  • one representative from Counselling Services, appointed by the Director of Counselling Services (non-voting)
  • one representative from the Mathematical Studies Plan (non-voting)
  • one representative from Computing and Financial Management (non-voting)
  • one representative from the Mathematics/Teaching Plan (non-voting)
  • representatives from the Math advisors, as appointed by the Chair (non-voting)

Graduate Studies Committee:

The rules governing the Graduate Studies Committee, including a list of voting members, are described in the Faculty Constitution.  The non-voting membership of this committee shall consist of persons as the Chair shall from time to time appoint, including the following:

Ex Officio

  • the Faculty Graduate Office Administrative Assistant (non-voting), who shall be secretary.

Mathematics Faculty Tenure and Promotion Committee:

The rules governing the Mathematics Faculty Tenure and Promotion Committee are described in University Policy 77 and the Faculty Constitution.

Honorary Degrees Committee:

The rules governing the Honorary Degrees Committee are described in the Faculty Constitution.

Computing Advisory Committee:

The rules governing the Computing Advisory Committee are described in the Faculty Constitution. The Chair may, from time to time, appoint additional non-voting members.

Faculty Committee on Student Appeals (FCSA):

The rules governing the Faculty Committee on Student Appeals are described in the Faculty Constitution.