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The University of California has a tradition of shared governance that was established in 1920. Under “shared governance,” the Faculty and Administration share responsibility for all activities within the University. Faculty are responsible for setting admissions criteria; authorizing, approving and supervising all courses, curricula, and academic programs; determining degree requirements; advising the administration on faculty appointments and promotions; and advising the administration on budget and financial planning. The Administration is responsible for resource allocation including hiring, promotions, and firing; creating and sustaining the infrastructure; and financial issues, including the budget, spending and accountability. The Faculty and Administration collaborate in developing policy, procedures and organization.
The Faculty Executive Committee (FEC) is elected by the Academic Senate Faculty in the Fielding School of Public Health and conducts the governance of the FSPH. In particular, the FEC:
The FEC Meeting pages and Committee pages are password protected. Non-logged in users will be redirected to the login page.
This site is devoted to the activities of the Faculty Executive Committee (FEC) at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. Part of the site will be open for general view and part restricted to UCLA Fielding School of Public Health faculty. The FEC on July 22, 2002 voted to restrict six categories of material to faculty only. These are:
If you have FEC-related questions, please contact the chair of the FEC Deborah Glik or your FEC department representative.