The elected College Council shall constitute the representative body for the College faculty, acting as a consultative and advisory body to the Dean on matters of faculty concern including general welfare, working conditions and services performed by and for the faculty, policies related to academic and professional research, other scholarly and creative activities, and development. The council manages the annual Faculty & Staff Awards.
The College Council also serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas among members of the faculty. Rights and responsibilities of the faculty reside in the body as a whole, which may overrule Council action by a two-thirds vote of the faculty.
COEHP Luncheon Academic Seminar Series
The College Council of the University of Arkansas College of Education and Health Professions invites faculty, staff and students to attend the COEHP Luncheon Academic Seminar Series, or CLASS.
Spring 2023 Session
Scholarship Reconsidered: Expanding and Deepening Our Work
Friday, March 31, Arkansas Union
This workshop will introduce and explore the four domains of the Boyer Model and provide
practical, interactive opportunities to apply
the model to your area of expertise. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the Boyer Model and a broader set of scholarly projects
that can inform and develop individual scholarship agendas.
Drew Moser, Ph.D., director of Program Initiatives and professor of Higher Education at Taylor University, Upland, Indiana
RSVP is required with online registraton
- Keynote — space limited to 150
- Small group sessions — space limited to 30 each
- 8:30-9 a.m. — Breakfast — Arkansas Union rooms 507-511
- 9-11 — Keynote Address, Dr. Moser — 507-511
- 11-1 p.m. — Lunch to be "on your own"
- 1-1:50 — Session for senior and mid-career faculty — 504
- 2-2:50 — Session for graduate students and early career faculty — 504
The workshop is sponsored by the WE CARE Initiative.
Fall 2022 Sessions
The COEHP College Council is excited to announce the following sessions for fall semester. Sessions will be held in person and with a Zoom option. All sessions will be noon-1 p.m. in Grad Ed 343.
A sandwich tray and salad lunch will be provided for those attending in person. Please use the online registration form to obtain the Zoom link or RSVP for lunch!
Wednesday, Oct 19 — Brett Ranon Nachman, Ph.D., will present “Elevating Autistic College Student Acceptance: Emergent Research on Autism in Higher Education.” Registration has closed.
Wednesday, Nov. 14 — Our 2021-22 Outstanding Teaching Award recipient Jim Maddox, Ph.D., will present on his "Outstanding Teaching Strategies." Registration has closed.
Council Members, Representation
The College Council shall consist of one representative elected from each department of the college and four at-large members elected by the college faculty. Two at-large representatives shall be elected each fall and serve staggered two-year terms. Departmental representatives also serve two-year terms, The council members shall elect the chair-elect from within the council. If the chair-elect is a departmental representative, the alternate representative from that department will become the departmental representative. If the chair-elect is an at-large representative, a representative will be elected during annual elections (see below) to fill the at-large seat for the year the at-large representative serves as chair. All members of the council shall be voting members. The associate dean for academic affairs and representative(s) from the Boyer Center for Student Services shall serve as ex-officio, non-voting members of the council. Nominations and elections for departmental representatives shall take place at the first departmental faculty meeting each fall and shall be reported to the council chair no later than Sept. 15. Each department shall designate alternates to represent the department when the departmental representative is unable to attend council meetings.
The sitting chair of the College Council shall manage the annual elections to the council. The chair shall solicit nominations for all open at-large college council positions during a nomination period lasting at least one week prior to the fall college faculty meeting. Potential candidates shall be permitted to nominate themselves and also to decline nominations. All nominees to serve in at-large positions on the council shall run in a single election. Eligible faculty will be permitted to cast votes equal to the number of open at-large positions (normally 2).
Council Policies and Resolutions
From time to time, the College Council passes guidelines and resolutions that address issues of faculty concern within the College of Education and Health Professions. The body considers general welfare, working conditions and services performed by and for the faculty, policies related to academic and professional research, other scholarly and creative activities, and faculty awards and development. These are PDFs.