encourages and expects its faculty members to apply their talents and
service to the university, to organizations and to the community at
Service within the university is expected of all faculty members.
Such service normally includes participation on departmental, school
or college, and university-wide committees, and willing assistance
in supporting the functions and purposes of the university.
The university shall also recognize and encourage faculty service
to professional and scholarly organizations. Examples of such service
include leadership in professional and learned societies, evaluations
of manuscripts and research proposals, editorial board work, and other
professionally related activities with or without compensation.
It is also appropriate for faculty members to serve in an educational
advisory or informational capacity at the local, regional, state,
national, and international levels. This service should ordinarily
be an outgrowth
of professional training and/or one's affiliation with the university.
Examples of such activities include conducting workshops, consulting,
and serving on advisory boards with or without compensation.