The Library Liaison Committee shall advise the University Librarian on policies and strategic issues relating to the University Libraries and issues pertaining to innovations in forms of scholarly communication. It assists the library administration in determining the effect on collection development policy of new or changing programs, changing patterns of faculty and student use of the library and its resources, and the varied needs of the different disciplines.
The role of the Animal Users Advisory Committee (AUAC) is to enhance communication between the investigators and the three branches of the ASU Animal Use Program -- the Department of Animal Care and Technologies (DACT), the University Veterinarian, and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). The committee will advise the senior vice president for the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development (OKED). The mission of AUAC is to help develop an animal use program that effectively and efficiently provides client services to the investigators and thus maximizes resea
The committee provides the final university-level peer review for academic professionals for continuing appointment and promotion and makes recommendations to the university provost. The members of the committee are appointed by the university provost upon recommendation of the deans and serve three-year terms.
The committee is advisory to the university provost regarding undergraduate student petitions that concern university-wide academic requirements. The committee is appointed by and responsible to the university provost (two-year terms).
The committee prepares the agenda for Academic Senate meetings and facilitates regular and special business of the senate. It initiates and supports actions on matters of concern to the university and provides direction to the senate president and to the senate committee chairs. It evaluates senate committee structure and proposes amendments for the Academic Constitution and Bylaws. Memberships includes officers of the senate, UAC members, the university president and provost of the university, and the chairs of the senate standing committees.
The committee serves in a policy-forming and advisory capacity in the study, clarification, and formulation of policies and procedures affecting faculty as specified in the Academic Constitution and Bylaws. Eleven senators are elected by the Senate, including five from the Tempe campus and two each from the Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic, and West campuses. (Two-year terms)
The Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) serves in an advisory and consultative role and is responsible to the Executive Vice President, Treasurer and CFO. The mission of the PSAC is to make recommendations to assist the ASU Police Department (ASU PD) to be responsive to the needs of the campuses and local communities and to provide the university administration with a vehicle to receive regular input on issues surrounding crime abatement, law enforcement, public safety, and emergency preparedness.
The committee serves in an advisory capacity in the study, clarification and formulation of policies and procedures in areas affecting the university, including public relation initiatives at the legislature and legislative coffees, campus master planning and policy review for special use of facilities on campus. Membership: Eleven senators elected by the senate, including five from the Tempe campus and two each from the West, Polytechnic, and Downtown Phoenix campuses.
The University Senate at Arizona State University is the representative body of the academic assemblies from each ASU campus, which consists of all tenure and tenure-track faculty, academic professionals and full-time contract faculty (i.e., lecturers and senior lecturers, instructors, clinical faculty, research faculty and professors of practice).