Board of Regents of the University of Michigan

Chapter XI. The Schools and Colleges and Affiliated Units (continued)

Chapter XI: Sec. 11.01-11.29

Chapter XI: Sec. 11.30-11.47

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Sec. 11.48. The University of Michigan Health System: Disclosure of University of Michigan Health System Records of Patient Care (revised July 2016)

Records of patient care are confidential and will not be published nor their contents disclosed except as permitted or required by law and consistent with applicable policies, including the University’s Notice of Privacy Practices.

Sec. 11.49. The School of Music, Theatre & Dance: The Executive Committee

The executive committee will consist of the dean and six members of the faculty, to be appointed by the Board of Regents on recommendation by the president. The appointed members will hold office for three years and will not be eligible for reappointment until after the lapse of one year. The terms will be so adjusted that two will expire each year. The dean will chair the committee.

Sec. 11.50. The School of Natural Resources and Environment: The Executive Committee

The executive committee will consist of the dean and four members of the tenured professorial faculty to be appointed by the Board of Regents on recommendation by the president. The appointed members will hold office for two years, and the terms will be adjusted so that two will expire each year. The appointed members will be eligible for reappointment for one additional term but will not thereafter be eligible for reappointment until after the lapse of one year. The governing faculty is authorized to arrange for students, not more than two in number, selected in accordance with procedures and for terms approved by the governing faculty, to participate in meetings of the executive committee in an advisory capacity.

Sec. 11.51. The College of Pharmacy: The Executive Committee (revised October 2007)

Membership. The executive committee will consist of the dean of the college, ex officio, and five elected members of the faculty to be appointed by the board on recommendation by the president (including four voting members who are tenured faculty above the rank of assistant professor and one non-voting member representing the clinical faculty). The terms will be for three years and will be adjusted so that no more than two will expire in any given year. Assistant and/or associate deans of the college may serve ex officio, without vote, upon recommendation by the chair and confirmation by unanimous vote of the committee. Their terms of office will be for one year but may be renewed each year.

Sec. 11.52. The School of Public Health: The Executive Committee (revised June 2007)

The executive committee will consist of the dean and six members of the faculty to be appointed by the board on recommendation by the president. The appointed members will hold office for two years, with reelection for a second consecutive term permitted. If a committee member has served two consecutive terms, he/she must sit out one election cycle before being eligible for reelection. The dean will chair the committee.

Sec. 11.53. The School of Social Work: The Executive Committee (revised January 2006)

The executive committee will consist of the dean and six members of the governing faculty, five tenured and one un-tenured member of the professorial staff, to be appointed by the board on recommendation by the president. The appointed tenured members will hold office for three years, and the appointed un-tenured member will hold office for two years. The terms will be adjusted so that no more than two tenured appointments will expire each year. The appointed members will not be eligible for reappointment until after the lapse of one year. The dean will chair the committee.

Sec. 11.54. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics: General Purposes (revised February 2011)

Responsibility for the development, maintenance, and administration of the university's programs in intercollegiate athletics on the Ann Arbor campus will rest in the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. The term "athletics" includes all programs of intercollegiate competition.

The department will conduct its activities in accordance with the policies and procedures applicable to other university units.

 

Sec. 11.56. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics: The Director (revised February 2011)

The executive functions of the department will be performed by a director of intercollegiate athletics. The director will be appointed by the Board of Regents upon recommendation by the president and will be responsible to the president. The director's salary will be determined by the president. The director will be responsible for the effective operation of the program in intercollegiate athletics.

The director will be responsible for the coaching, training, and well-being of athletes in the intercollegiate athletics program, for the scheduling of intercollegiate competition, and for all business matters included in the administration of the intercollegiate athletics program. The director will perform such other duties as may be directed by the president.

Sec. 11.58. The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics (revised May 2012)

The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics (hereinafter "the Advisory Board") will be constituted as follows:

  1. Six members of the University Senate, to be appointed by the president from a panel of senate members chosen by the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, subject to the approval of the Board of Regents. The six senate members will hold office in each case for three years, but in no event will any member of the senate serve more than two consecutive terms, except that if a member be appointed to fill an unexpired term of less than half of a full term, this will not make that member ineligible for two full terms. The terms of senate members will be staggered so that two terms will expire each year. The panel from which the appointments are made will be unranked and will contain twice the number of appointees. If a vacancy in the appointive senate membership will occur from causes other than the completion of the appointive term, the president is authorized to make an interim appointment from the most recent panel of names submitted by the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs; or, if the president so requests, from a new panel of names chosen by the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs.
  2. The university representatives in the Intercollegiate Conference of Faculty Representatives ex officio to serve a five year term.
  3. Two alumni/ae, to be appointed by the president from a panel chosen by the board of directors of the University of Michigan Alumni Association, subject to approval by the Board of Regents, to hold office for three years in each case, provided always that no alumni/ae member will hold office more than two consecutive terms. The alumni/ae members will serve three year terms, which terms will be staggered so that they are not concurrent. The panel from which the appointments are made will contain twice the number of appointees. If a vacancy in the appointive alumni/ae membership will occur from causes other than the completion of the appointive term, the president is authorized to make an interim appointment from the most recent panel of names submitted by the board of directors of the University of Michigan Alumni Association; or, if the president so requests, from a new panel of names chosen by that board.
  4. Two student athletes of the university, to be appointed by the President from a panel chosen by Central Student Government, subject to approval by the Board of Regents. The student athlete members will serve two-year terms which terms will be staggered so that one student athlete is appointed each year. The panel from which the appointment is made will be unranked and will contain at least twice the number of appointees. If a vacancy in the appointive student athlete membership will occur from causes other than the completion of the appointive term, the president is authorized to make an interim appointment from the most recent panel of names submitted by Central Student Government; or, if the president so requests, from a new panel of names chosen by Central Student Government.
  5. Two members of the University Senate to be appointed by the president on the recommendation of the director, subject to the approval of the Board of Regents. The panel from which the appointments are made will contain twice the number of appointees. These members will hold office in each case for three years, except that one of the first two members so appointed will have an initial term of only 2 years to that henceforth their terms will be staggered. In no event will these members serve more than two consecutive terms. If a vacancy in the membership appointed on the athletic director's recommendation occurs from causes other than the completion of the appointive term, the president is authorized to make an interim appointment from the most recent panel of names submitted by the athletic director; or, if the president so requests, from a new panel of names chosen by the athletic director.
  6. The chair of the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs, ex officio.
  7. One executive officer appointed by the president to be a member ex officio.
  8. The director of athletics, ex officio, without vote.

Sec. 11.59. The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics: Organization (revised December 2005)

Members of the Advisory Board will be appointed on or before the first of July each year. The officers of the Advisory Board will be a chair, a secretary, and such other officers and committees as will be authorized or chosen by the board. The director of athletics will be chair, ex officio, without vote. The chair will act as presiding officer at board meetings and will act as the board's general executive officer.

There will be a Committee on Academic Performance consisting of the faculty members of the board and a representative of the registrar of the university. The committee will report to and advise the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and, subject to the final authority of the provost, will have authority to examine and appraise the academic performance of intercollegiate athletes, to determine their eligibility for competition in intercollegiate athletics, and to take any other action regarding such candidates as may seem necessary or appropriate under the circumstances.

Sec. 11.60. The Advisory Board on Intercollegiate Athletics: Functions (revised October 2005)

The Advisory Board will function as advisor to the director on the program in intercollegiate athletics. The director will seek and consider the advice of the Advisory Board on all major financial and policy decisions with respect to the program on intercollegiate athletics.

Upon the request of the Advisory Board, the president will meet with the Advisory Board at least once in each of the fall and winter semesters.

Subject only to the ultimate authority of the president and the Board of Regents, the Advisory Board will make, adopt, and enforce the necessary rules and regulations governing all questions pertaining to the eligibility of players, intercollegiate relations, and membership in associations of universities and colleges organized for the regulation of athletics.

The president will appoint the university representative in the Intercollegiate Conference of Faculty Representatives after seeking nominees from the Advisory Board, the Senate Assembly, and others, and after consultation with the Advisory Board. Such representative will be a member of the University Senate and will hold office for a term of five years.

The Advisory Board will report all its official actions, through the president, to the Board of Regents for approval, and will report annually to the University Senate, through the Senate Advisory Committee on University Affairs. At any time, the Advisory Board may consult with the University Senate through its advisory committee; and at any time, the Senate Advisory Committee may request full information on matters within the province of the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board will at all times receive and consider recommendations from the University Senate and petitions from the student body.

Sec. 11.61. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics: Funds (revised February 2011)

Separate accounting and financial statements will be made for department funds. Any surplus funds from intercollegiate operations will be devoted (1) to the further support of the various programs and activities carried on within the department, and (2) so far as possible, to permanent university improvements, particularly to the building and improvement of facilities.

Sec. 11.62. The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics: Facilities (revised February 2011)

The Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will establish policies on the use of athletic facilities and properties that are managed by the Athletic Department. Every effort will be made to coordinate the use of athletic facilities between the intercollegiate program and the recreational sports program, which is administered by the vice president for student affairs.

 

Sec. 11.65. The School of Kinesiology: The Executive Committee (revised April 2009)

The executive committee will consist of the dean and four members of the governing faculty to be appointed by the board on recommendation by the president. The appointed faculty members will hold office for a two-year term. The appointed faculty members will be eligible to serve two consecutive two-year terms, but will not be eligible for reappointment to any additional two-year terms until after the lapse of one year. The dean will chair the committee.

Sec. 11.66. The Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy: The Executive Committee

The executive committee will consist of the dean and four members of the faculty to be appointed by the board on recommendation by the president. The appointed members will hold office for two years and will not be eligible for reappointment until after the lapse of one year. The terms will be staggered so as to provide continuity of membership. The dean will chair the committee. The governing faculty is authorized to arrange for student participation in meetings of the executive committee in an advisory capacity. A student participant will be selected annually in accordance with procedures approved by the governing faculty.


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