Faculty Assembly Members

Structure

Delegates must be full-time members of the voting faculty of their home campus. Each of the constituent campuses chooses its Assembly delegation according to procedures established by campus governance bodies.

The size of delegations is proportionate to the number of budgeted full-time faculty positions on a campus; the representation system allows for 2, 3, 4, or 5 member delegations. Assembly Bylaws specify that delegate length of terms be 2 or 3 years, at campuses’ discretion, and require the selection of alternate delegates.

The Faculty Assembly Executive Committee provides representation for each of the delegation size-groupings, and the HMI institutions, and is elected for one-year terms. One delegate each is chosen by caucuses of campuses by delegation size:

  • Five delegate (ECU, NCSU, UNC-CH, UNCC)
  • Four delegate (ASU, NCAT, UNCG, UNCW)
  • Three delegate (FSU, NCCU, UNCP, WCU, WSSU)
  • Two delegate (ECSU, NCSSM, UNCA, UNCSA)

The body as a whole elects two members “at large,” and the Chair of the HMI caucus also serves on the Executive Committee. No institution may have more than three members of the Executive Committee, including the Assembly officers.

Officers of the committee include:

  • Chair (two-year term),
  • Chair-Elect (one year term in that capacity before assuming the two-year term as Chair)
  • Vice Chair (two-year term)
  • Secretary (one-year term)
  • Parliamentarian (appointed for a one-year term by the Chair from among either current or past delegates)

The Assembly also has a staff liaison who provides support at the UNC System Office.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - OFFICERS

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DAVID GREEN, J.D.
CHAIR
(2018-2020) Professor of Law
North Carolina Central University
dgreen@nccu.edu

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TIMOTHY IVES, Pharm.D., M.P.H.
CHAIR-ELECT
(2019-2020)
Professor
UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy
UNC-Chapel Hill
Timothy_Ives@med.unc.edu

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BARBARA HOWARD, Ph.D.
VICE CHAIR
(2019-2020)
Associate Professor
Department of Leadership and Educational Studies
Appalachian State University
howardbb@appstate.edu

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ANTHONY CHOW, Ph.D.
SECRETARY
(2019-2020)
Associate Professor
Department of Library and Information Science
University of North Carolina Greensboro
aschow@uncg.edu

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ALTON BANKS, Ph.D.
PARLIAMENTARIAN

Emeritus Professor
Department of Chemistry
North Carolina State University
alton_banks@ncsu.edu

Executive Committee - CAUCUS DELEGATES

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CHERRY BEASLEY, Ph.D.
HMI CAUCUS CHAIR

Chair and Anne R. Belk Endowed Professor
Department of Nursing
University of North Carolina Pembroke
cherry.beasley@uncp.edu

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Cheryl Gann, M.S.
2 DELEGATE CAUCUS
Instructor of Mathematics
North Carolina School of Science and Math
gann@ncssm.edu

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KIMBERLY TRAN, Ph.D.
3 DELEGATE CAUCUS
Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
Fayetteville State University
ktran@uncfsu.edu

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BARBARA HOWARD, Ph.D.
4 DELEGATE CAUCUS
Associate Professor
Department of Leadership and Educational Studies
Appalachian State University
howardbb@appstate.edu

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Sandra Dika, Ph.D.
5 DELEGATE CAUCUS
Associate Professor
Department of Educational Leadership
University of North Carolina Charlotte
sdika@uncc.edu

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JEFF POPKE, Ph.D.
AT LARGE DELEGATE

Professor
Human Geography
East Carolina University
popkee@ecu.edu

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RUSSELL ROBINSON, Ph.D.
AT LARGE DELEGATE

Assistant Professor
Mass Communication
North Carolina Central University
russell.robinson@nccu.edu

SEE ALL DELEGATES

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