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Special Review Committee Pool
To provide faculty representatives to investigate faculty grievances and make recommendations to the President pursuant to section 612 of the State Board of Higher Education and University of North Dakota policy and procedure.
Tenured faculty (thirty) with each college of the University represented by at least one member.
Functions and Responsibilities
Upon the request of the Senate Chair and his/her designee, the SRC shall assume the following responsibilities:
After a failed mediation and the Senate Chair has received the grievance, the Chair shall select three panel members from the pool and designate one as the SRC Chair. The SRC Chair will convene the committee, which will conduct the investigation, and after the investigation is concluded, write or oversee the writing of the report of the committee's recommendations to the President.
The SRC shall investigate an allegation of a violation of a specific Board or institutional policy, procedure, or practice pertaining to the employment relationship as specified in section 612 of the State Board of Higher Education policies.
The SRC Chair shall provide a written report to the President after the SRC completes the review for which it was called into being. Each report will include the written documentation provided by the Parties, information obtained from witnesses including the Parties, the non-retaliation statement, the opening statement made by the committee made to each person interviewed including the Parties, and the recommendations made by the SRC.
The Office of Record is the Registrar's Office. After the President has made his decision, the SRC report as well as the President's decision will be sent to the Registrar's Office. These reports are subject to the University's records' retention schedule and the open records laws of the State of North Dakota.