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1 NTT Senate Representation Questions to consider Data: NTT faculty titles, numbers, affiliations

2 Some questions Are NTT-teaching faculty underrepresented on the Senate? Is a Senate seat dedicated to NTT-research faculty necessary? Do titles listed in the constitution include all NTT who should be voting faculty? Do requirements for plenary session voting include visiting faculty and should they?

3 Senate Constitution, Section 2 Senate membership and voting eligibility: “One member is to be, and elected by, faculty holding non-tenured and non- tenure track teaching appointments at the ranks of instructor, lecturer, special appointee, or professor in the practice.”

4 Senate Constitution, Section 5 Plenary meetings of the faculty: “In plenary sessions the voting faculty comprises all those who can vote in Senate elections and are either...(iii) non- tenure track faculty who teach at least three courses per academic year and are on a two semester annual or longer appointment; or any other faculty classified as benefits eligible.”

5 At least 173 NTT teaching faculty are voting-eligible 127Lecturer [71 benefits-eligible, 56 no]; 1 visiting 28Professor in (of) the Practice [23 yes, 5 no] 18Instructor [17 yes, 1 no]; 1 visiting Title not listed as voting eligible: 27Senior Lecturer [26 yes, 1 no] Total including Senior Lecturers: 197

6 NTT-teaching faculty by affiliation 58Humanities 37Jones Graduate School of Business 28Natural Sciences 25Engineering 10Social Sciences 9Architecture 6Shepherd School of Music 26Other

7 Start dates - NTT teaching year hired to to before 1981 year hired Turnover or new positions?

8 Senate Constitution, Section 2 Senate membership and voting eligibility: “One member is to be, and elected by, faculty holding non-tenured and non- tenure track research appointments at the ranks of faculty fellow, senior faculty felow, and distinguished faculty fellow.”

9 Twenty NTT research faculty are voting- eligible 11Faculty Fellow [all benefits eligible] 7Senior Faculty Fellow [all benefits eligible] 2Distinguished Faculty Fellow [all benefits elig.] Total: 20

10 Thirty-six NTT faculty hold other titles 10Artist teacher (Music) [8 benefits eligible] 7Associate professor (Music) [3 benefits eligible] 11Visiting faculty: asst professor (4); professor (4); fellow (2); writer in residence (1) [10 are benefits-eligible] Other titles: writer-in residence*; research professor; distinguished research professor; professor of music; clinical asst professor*; associate dean; associate conductor; advisor to executive education *not benefits-eligible

11 Some questions Are NTT-teaching faculty underrepresented on the Senate? Is a Senate seat dedicated to NTT-research faculty necessary? Do titles listed in the constitution include all NTT who should be voting faculty? Do requirements for plenary session voting include visiting faculty and should they?


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