Conflict Resolution Committee
The Conflict Resolution Committee shall be advisory to the President and the University Senate.
1. Periodically review the university's written policies and procedures for the resolution of conflicts between and among faculty, staff, administrators and students.
2. Make periodic recommendations for the revision and improvement of such policies, including the incorporation of alternative dispute resolution procedures into the university's policies governing grievances, disciplinary actions, and appeals.
3. Monitor policies and procedures of the Board of Regents related to conflict resolution, and recommend revisions to university policies in order to ensure compliance with all initiatives, directives, and policies of the Board related to conflict resolution on campus.
4. Develop and recommend innovative and effective policies and procedures designed to avoid, manage, and resolve conflicts among faculty, staff, administrators and students in a university setting.
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