1.5.3. ARTICLE III
Revised, November 2003
1.5.3. ARTICLE III: AD HOC COMMITTEES
The Senate shall, from time to time,
establish temporary committees to study and make reports on
matters of special concern to the University faculty and/or
community. Ad Hoc committees created by the Senate become
committees of the Senate, receive their authority from the
Senate, and shall report their findings and make their
recommendations to the Senate.
126.96.36.199. Duration. Ad Hoc committees shall be constituted for periods of no longer than one calendar year.
An Ad Hoc committee may be reconstituted in
subsequent years by 2/3 majority vote of
(a) the committee membership,
(b) the Executive Committee, and
(c) and the full Senate.
An Ad Hoc committee shall no longer be
eligible for reconstitution after three (3) consecutive years of
existence. If the duties of the committee warrant further
continuance, the committee should be reconstituted as an official
standing committee of the Senate.
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