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Election Districts

The Campus is divided by department into nineteen districts from which faculty are elected to the Senate.

Click here for a list of Senators representing each district (pdf file).

The districts are:

  • District 1  -  Civl & Environmental Engineering; Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
  • District 2  -  Electrical & Computer Engineering; Dean's Area Lecturers
  • District 3  -  Languages, Literatures & Cultures; Judaic & Near Eastern Studies
  • District 4  -  Philosophy; Linguistics; History
  • District 5  -  Music and Dance; Classics
  • District 6  -  Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies; English
  • District 7  -  Afro-American Studies; Art, Architecture & Art History; Theater
  • District 8  -  Library
  • District 9  -  Management; Accounting; Finance; Operations & Information Management; Dean's Area Lecturers
  • District 10 - Hospitality & Tourism Management; Marketing; Communications & Marketing; Sport Management
  • District 11 - Biology; Microbiology
  • District 12 - Psychology
  • District 13 - Computer Science; Geosciences; Dean's Area Lecturers
  • District 14 - Mathematics & Statistics; Polymer Science & Engineering
  • District 15 - Physics; Environmental Conservation
  • District 16 - Chemistry; Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Astronomy
  • District 17 - Veterinary & Animal Sciences; Food Science; Stockbridge School of Agriculture; Cranberry Experiment Station
  • District 18 - Military Leadership; Aerospace Studies; Athletic Department Lecturers; Commonwealth Honors College; Community Engagement and Service Learning; Center for Teaching and Faculty Development; Undergraduate Advising & Learning Community; Writing Programs; University Without Walls
  • District 19 - Communication; Journalism; Anthropology; Archaeological Services
  • District 20 - Sociology (Labor Center); Political Science (Legal Studies)
  • District 21 - Economics; LARP; Resource Economics; Public Policy & Administration; Dean's Area Lecturers
  • District 22 - EPRA; Student Development; TECS; Dean's Area Lecturers
  • District 23 - Nutrition; Public Health; Kinesiology; Communication Disorders
  • District 24 - Nursing

 

 

 

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