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Faculty Home


The more than 40 full-time and adjunct faculty members and 60-member team of professionals and support staff represent some of the most important human resources of the Southern University Law Center. Your commitment to providing teaching, scholarship, and mentoring, as well as efficient day-to-day operations, services, and support contribute to the rich traditions and life-changing experience of this Law Center.

We strive to maintain a family atmosphere working as a team. Our goal is to provide a stimulating, safe, and pleasant working environment and communication that allow you to achieve your full professional and career potential. Resources are available to you throughout the Law Center, however, the following stops on the website represent direct links to valuable information specific to your needs:

Benefits

Faculty Brown Bag Series

This eight to 10-part series provides in-house teaching workshops and presentations on a variety of topics. Interested faculty members meet for the series once a month at noon in the Chancellor's Conference Room during the fall and spring semesters. The upcoming 2004-05 schedule will be announced.

Faculty Handbook

An 88-page SULC Faculty Guide is published annually and distributed by the Chancellor's office. Contact Ruth B. Wesley, executive assistant to the chancellor.

Safety Manuel

A 71-page Safety Handbook for University Personnel is available in the office of the director for Library Services, who also serves as the Law Center's safety coordinator, E-mail: awashington@sulc.edu. Safety policies are also available on the SU System Human Resources website, www.subr.edu/humanresources.

SULC Support Staff Council

The SULC Support Staff Council, which serves as a liaison between support staff and the administration, was created at the suggestion of Chancellor Freddie Pitcher in 2003. The council consists of a five-member board that takes grievances and concerns from support staff and promotes activities important to this group. Yvonne Schofield, administrative assistant to the vice chancellor, was elected founding chairperson of the group. Other charter council officers are vice chairperson, Marie Louis, cataloging librarian, Law Library; secretary, Carolyn Stephens, legal secretary I, in the Clinical Education Program; and two members at-large, Angela Gaines, technical support specialist, Law Library, and Srinivas Yadavalli, network analyst, Information Technology and Support Services. Each serves a one-year term. The council's by-laws and complaint/suggestion forms were distributed to all support staff, shortly after board members took office. The council coordinates the annual Support Staff of the Year award.