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WHAT IS APAC

Pictured Above from Left to Right
Virginia Buglio, Jen Rowan,
Michael Moss, Jacquie Berger

The Academic Professional Advisory Committee (APAC) of the University of Illinois at Chicago is an elected body whose function, as defined by University of Illinois Board of Trustees Statutes Article II, Section 5, is to provide for the orderly voicing of suggestions for the good of the University, afford added recourse for the consideration of grievances, and furnish a channel for direct and concerted communication between the Academic Professional...[MORE WHAT APAC IS]


APAC MEMBERS

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Front Row: Jen Rowan, Virginia Buglio, Deidre Rush, Michael Moss, Marelet Kirda, Jacquie Berger, Yair Rodriguez, Agnes Kawalec, and Bill Bike.

APAC members form a cross section of UIC with representatives from various departments on both sides of the Chicago campus. Members are elected to three year terms...[MORE APAC MEMBERS]
 
 

APAC'S BUILDING COMMUNITACTION/EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE

The Building Community/Education Subcommittee identifies opportunities and recommends programs and activities for Academic Professionals that build a spirit of community within the constituency and that serve to strengthen connections among the constituents...[MORE APAC SUBCOMMITTEES]

 

APAC'S LISTSERV, PACADEMY

PACADEMY is a listserv moderated by the Academic Professional Advisory Committee (APAC). The purpose of PACADEMY is to communicate information related to the interests and concerns of UIC's Academic Professional staff. We encourage all UIC Academic Professionals to join PACADEMY.  PACADEMY postings are moderated by APAC and are limited to topics of interest or concern to Academic Professional employees at UIC. We do not post any advertisements...[MORE PACADEMY]

 

JOIN APAC

You have the opportunity to represent academic professionals as a member of the Academic Professional Advisory Committee to the Chancellor or as an AP representative of the UIC Senate. We invite you to submit a nomination packet for either one of these positions. Each packet includes an explanation of the election process, eligibility requirements and an overview of how your participation can impact the university. Members are elected for staggered three-year terms...[MORE JOIN APAC]


JOIN UIC SENATE

Since September 2006, academic professionals have had three representatives on the UIC Senate.  Academic professionals who have permanent appointments of 50% or more make up the electorate as per the University Statutes and are therefore eligible to be candidates to serve as a UIC Senate AP representative.  Interested candidates need to complete the Nominating Petition, including a personal statement and the names and signatures of ten endorsers...[MORE JOIN THE UIC SENATE]