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TYPE C: INSTITUTIONAL POLICY OR GOVERNANCE

C-5 Faculty Building Advisory Committee

Chair: Ofodike A. Ezekoye
Vice Chair: Daniel E. Leary
Chair Elect: Ofodike A. Ezekoye

Member E-mail Address Book (comma deliminated)
Member E-mail Address Book (semi-colon deliminated)

2005-2006 Annual Report

FUNCTION: To represent the faculty, staff, and students in the planning and programming of buildings. The committee shall have a strong voice in (a) campus master planning, (b) priority of building construction, (c) building location, (d) programming of buildings, and (e) reviewing and recommending of final plans. It shall report to the president and periodically to the Faculty Council. During the preparation of the preliminary plans for the erection of a particular building, the president shall appoint a special committee, composed of faculty (and students, when appropriate) who have a direct interest in the proposed building, to serve until the completion thereof, one of whom shall be designated as a voting member of the Faculty Building Advisory Committee for the specified building. Whenever a building is to include library facilities, the University librarian is to be added as an administrative adviser to the special committee.

COMPOSITION: Nine members of the General Faculty, including a representative from the School of Architecture; one member of the University staff; one graduate student; and two undergraduate students. Student members shall be appointed by the president in the fall from a panel of names submitted by the Student Government and the Graduate Student Assembly, and they shall serve one-year terms and shall be eligible for reappointment. The students may not be from the same college or school. In addition, every year the chair of the Faculty Council shall appoint two members of the Faculty Council for one-year terms as members of the committee. The committee shall elect its own chair and vice chair, who shall be members of the General Faculty. The vice president for employee and campus services or a delegate shall be an ex officio member. The director of UT System Office of Facilities Planning and Construction and a representative from the Office of Campus Planning and Facilities Management shall serve as administrative advisers without vote. The faculty and staff members are appointed for five year, overlapping terms, two rotating off each year.

Members, 2006-2007:
  Armendariz, Efraim P. 2003-2008 professor, mathematics
  Branham, Lorraine E. 2004-2009 professor, journalism
  Charles, Michael Ray 2006-2011 professor, art and art history
  Diller, Kenneth R. 2006-2011 director, biomedical engineering
  Ezekoye, Ofodike A. 2003-2008 professor, mechanical engineering
  Leary, Daniel E. 2002-2007 associate professor, architecture
  Speck, Lawrence W. 1 2006-2009 professor, architecture
  Warnow, Tandy 2005-2010 professor, computer sciences
  Wilson, Samuel M. 2005-2010 professor, anthropology
 
1Replaced Professor John C. (Jack) Gilbert (chemistry) who resigned from the University effective December 15, 2006.

Faculty Council Appointees:
  Olivelle, J. Patrick 2006-2007 professor, Asian studies
  Wood, Sharon L. 2006-2007 professor, civil, architectural and environmental engineering

One Staff :
  Garcia, Manuel A. 2005-2010 associate director, Construction Industry Institute, engineering

Three Students:
  Gates, Adam W. 2006-2007 Student Government representative
  Kachelmeyer, James C. 2006-2007 Student Government representative
  Cassidy, Jessica L. 2006-2007 Graduate Student Assembly representative

Administrative Advisers:
  Clubb, Patricia L. ex officio vice president for employee and campus services
  Dixon, David R. ex officio director, UT System, Facilities Planning and Construction
  Rishling, John L. ex officio associate vice president for campus planning and facilities management

 

 


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