Controlling the size of the BFC

There are three different amendments that each would help control the size of the BFC, eliminating old positions to balance the proposed increase in the number of non-tenure-track faculty representatives. The first removes the at-large representative from the College and requires that one of the College's other representatives serve as the liaison between BFC and College Policy Committee. The second reduces the number of at-large representatives from ten to five, while removing the requirement that two must be untenured. The third reduces the number of graduate student representatives from four to three.