Working closely with the Provost’s office, the Senate Committee on Compensation and Benefits will further knowledge about faculty compensation and benefits, identify and/or develop resources to assist faculty in learning about compensation and benefits, and report to the Senate when issues of concern arise. The Committee will catalog, foster an understanding of, and seek to understand differing approaches to compensation and benefits across schools and will be a resource to faculty councils in understanding distinctions between university and school-level domains in relation to compensation and benefits.
Meetings: Contact committee chair for the date/locations of the committee meetings.
Specific Charge for the 2023-24 Academic Year
The Senate Compensation and Benefits Committee will monitor the information that School and department/unit administrators throughout the university share with their faculty following the annual salary process and work with faculty councils to establish best practices for these communications. The Committee will evaluate whether schools are implementing Senate Resolution 22-23-02 by sharing the faculty salary ranges they are required to provide to individuals under SB 1162.
Paul Adler, email@example.com, Marshall School of Business
T.J. McCarthy, firstname.lastname@example.org, Price School of Public Policy
- Ben Carrington, email@example.com, Annenberg School for Communication
- Solange Charas, firstname.lastname@example.org, Bovard College
- Sandeep Gupta, email@example.com, Viterbi School of Engineering
- Grace Kung, firstname.lastname@example.org, Keck School of Medicine
- Howard Rodman, email@example.com, Cinematic Arts
- Emily Zeamer, firstname.lastname@example.org, Dornsife College
- Dan Pecchenino (Executive Board Liaison), email@example.com, Dornsife College