Members of the IU Bloomington faculty will be voting soon on a group of amendments to the Constitution of the Bloomington Faculty. Some of the amendments are simple changes designed to remove unnecessary specificity or allow for easier “redistricting” of voting units in future years.
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Other amendments make substantive changes to who is represented on the council, expanding the representation of non-tenure-track faculty and making adjustments to control the overall size of the Council.
All of the proposed amendments have been approved by the Bloomington Faculty Council.
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History of the proposals
In recent years, the BFC and its committees have investigated how to improve the working conditions of non-tenure-track faculty. During
Additionally, the Constitution and Rules Committee initiated several amendments designed to clean up the constitution to reflect current