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You have the opportunity to represent academic professionals as a member of the Academic Professional Advisory Committee to the Chancellor or as an AP representative of the UIC Senate. We invite you to submit a nomination packet for either one of these positions. Each packet includes an explanation of the election process, eligibility requirements and an overview of how your participation can impact the university. Members are elected for staggered three-year terms for both APAC and for the UIC Senate. New members take office at the April meeting. Nominations are sought during the Spring term each year.

ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL ADVSIORY COMMITTEE NOMINATION FORMS
Nomination Form

JoinThe Academic Professional Advisory Committee (APAC) is a formally recognized committee that represents the more than 4,000 academic professionals on campus. As advisors to the University Administration, we review policy, represent academic professionals on search committees, voice concerns regarding academic professionals to the Chancellor, and play an active role in professional development efforts at UIC.

Eligibility for APAC Candidacy and the Electorate
APAC is comprised of fifteen to eighteen representatives, elected for staggered three-year terms so that approximately one-third of the membership is elected each year. The committee represents all AP's at UIC. Academic Professionals who are visiting and permanent make up the electorate and are eligible to vote, and to be candidates for election.

The Nominating and Election Process
Nominating Process: Complete the Nomination Petition, including a personal statement and the name and signature of ten endorsers who are academic professionals. Fully completed petitions must be received by noon on Friday, March 11, 2011.  Send your completed election packet to Jennifer Rowan, Office of Research Services, 304 AOB, MC 672. The receipt of your election packet will be confirmed by e-mail. If you do not receive a confirmation, please notify Jennifer at 3-8191 or jrowan@uic.edu.     
  
Election Process: Election ballots will be available on the APAC website (www.apac.uic.edu) beginning Friday, March 18, 2011. All ballots must be submitted by noon on Friday, April 8, 2011.   


UIC AP SENATE REPRESENTATIVE NOMINATION FORMS
Nomination Form | Learn more about the UIC Senate

Eligibility for UIC AP Candidacy and the Electorate
Academic professionals who have permanent appointments of 50% or more make up the electorate as per the Univeristy Statutes and are therefore eligible to be candidates to serve as a UIC Senate AP representative.

The Nominating and Election Process
Nominating Process: Complete the Nominating Petition, including a personal statement and the names and signatures of ten endorsers who are academic professionals (at least 50%). Fully completed petitions must be received by noon on Friday, March 11, 2011.  Send your completed election packet to Jennifer Rowan, Office of Research Services, 304 AOB, MC 672. The receipt of your election packet will be confirmed by e-mail. If you do not receive a confirmation, please notify Jennifer at 3-8191 or jrowan@uic.edu.

Election Process: Election ballots will be available on the APAC website (www.apac.uic.edu) beginning Friday, March 18, 2011. All ballots must be submitted by noon on Friday, April 8, 2011.

Since September 2006, academic professionals have had three representatives on the UIC Senate.
Our current Senate representatives are:

  • William S. Bike (Term: 2010-2013)
  • Jacqueline Berger (Term: 2009-2012)
  • Jill Davis (Term: 2008-2011)

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