Faculty Opportunities

There are many ways UM faculty members can engage with campus initiatives. This new webpage is an attempt to gather all opportunities for faculty service and engagement in one place. Please click on the links below to sign up for service opportunities.

Academic Standards and Curriculum Review (ASCRC)  meets Tuesday’s 2:00-4:00 p.m.

    Humanities (1)
    Social Science (2)
    Schools (1)

Committee on Campus and  Facilities (1)

Faculty Development Committee  (1) 

Graduate Council  Meets Wednesday’s 12:00-1:00 p.m.

      Humanities  (2)

Doctorate of Interdisciplinary Studies Admissions Committee

      Humanities (1)
      Science (1)
Service Learning Advisory Board (1) 

Student Complaint Committee (1) 

Sustainable Campus Committee (2)

UM Employee Day Planning Committee (1)

University Conduct Board (1)

University Library Committee Meets second Monday 4:00-5:00 p.m.
       Social Science (1)

Undergraduate Research Committee (4)

Unit Standards Committee
       Science (1)
       Social Science (1)
       Humanities (2) 

 Writing Committee

      Science (1) 

Please submit your nominations by 5 p.m. Wednesday, September 25th
The links will remain open until the vacancies are filled. 

The Council on Undergraduate Research is an international organization that conducts research, advocacy, trainings and services to improve and expand undergraduate research opportunities. Enhanced membership grants an array of benefits.

 For Institutions

  • Assessment toolkits and resources
  • Discounts on CUR consulting and program review services
  • Opportunities to engage with national undergraduate research advocacy
  • Discounted subscription to scholarbridge (a mentor/mentee matching services), CUR publications, and Wiley journals
  • Access to CUR’s “Registry of Undergraduate Researchers”, a useful tool for graduate school and REU recruitment
  • Some opportunity for mentoring or presubmission review of grant proposals 

For Faculty

  • A subscription to Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR)
  • Discounts for CUR events, workshops, publications, and webinars
  • Access to toolkits and bibliographies on undergraduate research advocacy, pedagogy, and assessment

    Enrollment Instructions
Opportunities will be posted as available.
This webpage is a joint initiative of the Faculty Senate and Office of the Provost. If you have questions or comments, or to submit an opportunity to be posted here, please contact Camie Foos.