An individual with University Voting Rights (UVR) is eligible to serve in the Faculty Senate and can vote in University-wide elections that determine the Faculty Trustees, the Dean of Faculty, the Associate Dean of Faculty, the University Faculty Committee, and the Nominations and Elections Committee. Individuals with UVR can also vote in elections that determine the senators from their own department and the RTE senators from their college.
In the following table, University Faculty in blue have UVR. We use “UF* ” to designate this group of academic titleholders.
In the following table, RTE Faculty in blue have UVR. We use “RTE* ” to designate this group of academic titleholders.
|University Faculty (UF)||Research-Teaching-Extension Faculty (RTE)|
|Professor||Research Professor (all ranks)|
|Associate Professor||Clinical Professor (all ranks)|
|Assistant Professor||Professor of the Practice (all ranks)|
|University Professor||Senior Scholar/Senior Scientist|
|Professor Emeritus/a||Principal Research Scientist/ Research Scientist|
|Associate Professor Emeritus/a||Senior Research Associate|
|Adjunct Professor (all ranks)||Senior Lecturer|
|Acting Professor (all ranks)||Senior Extension Associate|
|Courtesy Professor (all ranks)||Librarian/ Associate Librarian|
|Visiting Professor (all ranks)||Archivist/ Associate Archivist|
|Senior Assistant Librarian/Assistant Librarian|
|Senior Assistant Archivist/Assistant Archivist|
|Any of the above modified by “visiting“, “acting“, or “courtesy“|
One other piece of notation, the Tenure Track (TT) Faculty consists of all professors, associate professors, and assistant professors.