The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Faculty Advisory Committee advises the Dean on emerging matters of College or University importance. It is an elected body composed of five faculty members (rank open), with representatives across the units.
Information on eligibility and voting procedures is available through the Faculty Advisory Committee policy.
2018-2019 members of the Faculty Advisory Committee:
- Robert Schon, Anthropology (Chair, Spring 2018 and Spring 2019)
- Amy Fatzinger, American Indian Studies (Chair, Fall 2017)
- Suzanne Dovi, Government and Public Policy
- Linda Lumsden, Journalism
- Joel Smith, English
Faculty interested in learning more about the Faculty Advisory Committee, including how to participate, are welcome to email the above members or email Mika Galilee-Belfer, Director of Strategic Planning and Special Projects in SBS.