WHAT IS APAC
       



ABOUT:
WHAT IS APAC

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Front Row: John Brach, Colleen Piersen, Michael Moss, Ahlam Al-Kodmany, Mary Berta, Julie Kong, Kathy Stoffer, Kate Pravera, Margaret Moser, Nester Komolafe.

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 (AP) staff and the administrative officers of the University, its colleges, schools, institutes, divisions, and other administrative units on matters of interest or concern to the Academic Professional staff or any member of it.

The Academic Professional Advisory Committee (APAC) is a formally recognized committee that represents the more than 4,000 academic professionals on campus. As advisors to the University Administration, we review policy, represent academic professionals on search committees, voice concerns regarding academic professionals to the Chancellor, and play an active role in professional development efforts at UIC.