Purpose

The Faculty Council is the representative body for the faculty of PHHP and serves as a  forum for the mutual exchange of ideas between college administrators and the faculty. It  develops and makes policy recommendations on the following:

1. The educational, research and service missions of the college,

2. Shared governance,

3. Faculty awards,

4. Faculty welfare, including the working environment and matters of quality of life,

5. Resource allocation,

6. The college strategic plan, and

7. Other issues of concern to college faculty

The Council also coordinates and communicates deadlines for college standing committee elections, including the Faculty Council itself, and has responsibility for ensuring that elections take place. Additionally, the Council may request performance reviews of the dean and department chairs according to College and UF policy. 

More detailed information about the Faculty Council is found in Section 4 of the PHHP Constitution.