LFA Meetings for the 2023-2024 academic year will be posted soon.
Meetings of the LFA Executive Council are generally held on the Thursdays before the LFA General Assembly Meetings.
This is a brief summary of the LFA Officer’s roles and responsibilities. Additional information is available within Article IV, Section 2 of the Libraries Faculty Assembly’s By-Laws.
Chair: Runs LFA meetings, works with members of the Executive Council to set agenda, represents Assembly at meetings, serves as liaison to administration, and fulfills appointments for committees. Time requirement is approximately 8-9 hours per month.
Chair-Elect: Attends Executive Council & LFA meetings, learns the role of Chair, attends meeting with Chair (at Chair’s discretion), and serves as LFA back-up. Time requirement is approximately 8 hours per month
Past Chair: Serves as the Chair of the Nominations Task Force, attends Executive Council & LFA meetings, serves as liaison to University Libraries Committee (ULC), and other responsibility assigned by current Chair. Time requirement is approximately 8 hours per month
Secretary: Attends Executive Council & LFA meetings, takes minutes at LFA meetings, and maintains online guide. Time requirement is approximately 5 hours per month.