PETITIONS TO run for a seat on the
Academic Professional Advisory Committee (APAC), or for the AP seat in the University Senate, are due Wednesday, March 21.
APAC REPRESENTS the more than 3,700 Academic Professionals on campus and advises University Administration, reviews policy, represents APs on search committees, voices concerns regarding APs to the Chancellor, and plays an active role in professional development efforts at UIC. APAC is comprised of 15-to-18 APs, elected for a three-year term. Approximately one-third of the APAC seats are up for election this year.
SENATE AP representatives attend regular University Senate meetings and may also serve as AP representatives on Senate Committees. One AP Senator will be elected this year.
NOMINATION MATERIALS for APAC and Senate seats are available on the APAC website: https://sites.google.com/site/uicapac/about-apac/join-apac. Complete the appropriate nomination petition, including a personal statement and the name and signature of ten endorsers who are APs. Fully completed petitions must be received by noon on Wednesday, March 21. Send your completed packet to Jennifer Rowan, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, 310 AOB, MC 672. For information, e-mail email@example.com.
ELECTION BALLOTS will be available on the APAC website (www.apac.uic.edu) beginning Wednesday, March 28. All ballots must be submitted by noon on Wednesday, April 11.