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The committee has a total of 13 voting members and 4 non-voting members.
One voting position is available to undergraduate students.
Undergraduate students wishing to join this committee should apply online:
Two voting positions are available to any graduate or professional students at the university.
Graduate or professional students wishing to join this committee should apply online:
Three voting positions are available to employees.
Employees (non-academic or non-professorial academic staff) wishing to join this committee should apply online:
Two voting positions are open to faculty.
Except where otherwise indicated, faculty positions on assemblies committees are staffed by the Faculty Senate. Since the Faculty Senate is external to the Office of the Assemblies, please inquire directly through the following address if you are a member of Cornell faculty and are interested in serving on an assemblies committee:
The President of the University may appoint up to five voting members. Such individuals are appointed based on their expertise in subjects relevant to the committee.
One member of the University Assembly serves on this committee as a non-voting liaison.
The President of the University may designate up to three non-voting representatives to the committee.
Please contact a member of the committee if there are issues you wish the committee to address.
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