Faculty Senate

ELECTED STANDING COMMITTEES

Arkansas Tech University Faculty Senate is an elected representative body that acts on behalf of all ATU faculty. All Faculty Senate meetings are open, and all faculty members are welcome to participate in discussions at meetings. The Faculty Senate provides a forum for ATU faculty to participate in discussion about their concerns.

Membership: Membership of the Faculty Senate will be established according to Article II, Section I of the Constitution of the Faculty Senate of Arkansas Tech University. For elected members, a term equals three years, and no senator may serve more than two consecutive terms.

Function:  Serve as a committee on committees that include elected faculty members and shall act for the faculty in all curricular matters other than those involving changes in general academic policies, and for the faculty or the administration on matters referred to it for action; serve as an advisory body to the faculty on matters involving aca¬≠demic policies and to the administration or the faculty, as appropriate, on any other matter of general concern to the University.

Click here to access the faculty senate archived agendas, meetings and resolutions

Click here to access the faculty senate constitution

Contact Your Senator:

Dr. Molly Brant, Agriculture, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Dr. Jon Clements, Music, College of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Melissa Darnell, Nursing, College of Natural and Health Sciences

Dr. Marcel B Finan, Mathematics, College of Natural and Health Sciences

Mr. Ken Futterer, Music, College of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Debra Hunter, Accounting, College of Business

Dr. Sean Huss, Behavioral Sciences, College of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Shelia Jackson, Health and Physical Education, College of Education

Dr. Chris Kellner, Biological Sciences, College of Natural and Health Sciences

Dr. Johnette Moody, Computer and Information Science, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Dr. Jason Patton, Geology, College of Natural and Health Sciences

Dr. Michael Rogers, History and Political Science, College of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Jeremy Schwehm, Professional Studies, College of eTech

Dr. Monty Smith, Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Dr. V. Carole Smith, Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education

Dr. James Stobaugh, Behavioral Sciences, College of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Bruce Tedford, Biological Sciences, College of Natural and Health Sciences

Dr. Jack Tucci, Management and Marketing, College of Business

Dr. Susan Underwood, College Student Personnel, College of Education

Dr. Jim Walton, Management and Marketing, College of Business

Dr. Dana Ward, English and World Languages, College of Arts and Humanities