Awards and Honors
BFA member Beth Dusinberre has been selected a 2013 President's Teaching Scholar.
(In the News)
Special Meeting May 16th.
The BFA will meet Thursday May 16th, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the University Club Lounge. The focus of the meeting will be the BFA's 2013-2014 initiatives and agenda.
The University Club is at 972 Broadway, between Wardenburg and the UMC. The Lounge is a large room on the first floor.
BFA Administrator Appraisal Program Reports are Available Now.
The Spring 2013 BFA Administrator Appraisal Report is available on the BFA Administrator Appraisal Committee website.
BFA Excellence Awards
The BFA is pleased to announce that it has granted 12 awards for faculty excellence this year. Each award is accompanied by a $3,000 prize. Click here for more information and a list of this year's recipients.BFA Election
Newly elected BFA Officers and at-large Executive Committee members:
The BFA's annual spring election has been completed. The faculty have elected several of their colleagues to positions on the BFA and on the BFA's committees. The BFA has also elected several BFA members to the BFA'a committees. Click here for more information and a list of elected faculty.
Current Items of Business
BFA Budget and Planning Committee Annual Tuition Revenue Report - Click here (pdf).
UCB has held three public fora with candidates for its Visiting Scholar of Conservative Thought and Policy. The Chair of the search committee, Keith Maskus, has provided videos of the three events and has requested feedback from the faculty on the candidates. Click here for access the videos.
Review of APS1009: Multiple Modes of Teaching Evaluation
2012-2013 Calendar and Meeting Schedule
Ongoing Topics and Items of Interest
About the Boulder Faculty Assembly
The Boulder Faculty Assembly is the representative body of the faculty in our shared Boulder Campus governance. The BFA is empowered by the Regents to set academic policy and advise administration on other policy for the University of Colorado at Boulder. (Laws of the Regents, Article 5 Part E.)
The BFA's mission is to represent the Boulder Campus faculty in its role as a participant in the shaping of the structure and development of the University of Colorado at Boulder, in keeping with the ideals set forth in the campus' mission and role statements. Click here for a roster of BFA members.
2012-2013 BFA Officers, Executive Committee Members At-Large, and Executive Staff:
The Boulder Faculty Assembly is sixty faculty representing every college and school on the Boulder Campus. The full assembly meets monthly in regular semesters.
The BFA Executive Committee is comprised of the three BFA officers, the BFA's two at-large Executive Committee representatives, the chairs of the 12 BFA standing committees, a representative of the Retired Faculty Association, and the most recent past BFA Chair. The Executive Committee reviews items of business before they go before the assembly, coordinates actions of BFA committees, and acts for the Assembly when time does not permit the Assembly to act, for example in Summer Session or between BFA meetings.
The BFA's Committees are comprised of BFA members but also involve about 50 other faculty members from across campus.
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