The committee advises students regarding application for the Truman, Goldwater, Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright, Udall, National Security Education Program, Circumnavigators, and other scholarships and fellowships. It evaluates applications, interviews candidates, and transmits applications with appropriate evaluations to the national screening and selection committees. The committee works with the Lorraine W. Frank Office of National Scholarship Advisement.
The committee assigns to the appropriate body the grievances of the faculty. The chair of this committee rotates on an annual basis from the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee and the Governance Grievance Committee.
The committee plans and coordinates events and activities for the West campus annual recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. The committee is appointed by and responsible to the vice president for public affairs. Student members are appointed by the president on the recommendation of the director of Student Affairs (one-year terms).
The committee plans and coordinates events and activities for the Tempe campus annual recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. The committee is appointed by and responsible to the vice president for public affairs. Student members are appointed by the president on the recommendation of the vice president for university and student initiatives (one-year terms).
The committee plans and coordinates events and activities for the Polytechnic campus annual recognition of Martin Luther King, Jr. The committee is appointed by and responsible to the vice president for public affairs. The chair serves on the University MLK, Jr. Planning Committee (two-year terms).
The Investment Committee is advisory to the executive vice president, treasurer, and CFO in guiding the investment of university operating cash and endowment funds. The committee approves university investment policies, selects investment consultants and managers, monitors performance, and advises on investment strategies. Voting members of the committee include faculty from the W. P. Carey School of Business, and others as appointed by the executive vice president, treasurer and CFO.
The Interdisciplinary Committee on Linguistics coordinates interdisciplinary linguistics courses and programs in reference to scheduling, advisement, conferences, lectures, evaluations, and information dissemination. The committee is administered through the Department of English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and its scope is ASU (especially the Tempe campus, but not limited to the Tempe campus). Membership is by appointment.
The committee is advisory to the senior vice president for the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development (OKED) on policies and procedures relating to the use of infectious micro-organisms in research and teaching; the handling of infectious waste disposal; and the certification of university compliance with the National Institutes of Health "Guidelines for Research Involving Recombinant or Synthetic Nucleic Acid Molecules" for all projects involving recombinant or synthetic nucleic acid molecules and/or gene splicing techniques.
The committee is directly responsible for oversight of all animal programs, facilities, and procedures. The committee assures the humane care and use of animals in accordance with all pertinent laws and regulations by reviewing proposals for all university activities involving animals (prior to the initiation of teaching and research activity). The committee is appointed by and is responsible to the associate vice president of the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development (OKED), who serves as the institutional official.