J. SOCIAL CONCERNS COMMITTEE
The Social Concerns Committee is primarily concerned with the interrelationship between the University and the broader social community. It is concerned with the nature and extent of the University's response to social concerns.
The Social Concerns Committee shall be composed of:
7 faculty members,
3 academic professional members,
3 civil service members,
3 alumni representatives, and
ex officio representation as specified by vote of the University Senate.
Faculty/academic professional and student members shall be appointed by the Committee on Committees. Civil service members shall be appointed by the Civil Service Consultative Committee. The alumni members shall be appointed by the president in consultation with the director of alumni relations.Duties and Responsibilities
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