The Academic Staff Assembly is an elected body, currently made up of 119 districts that represent the interests of academic staff in governance and policy development at UW-Madison. The Assembly debates and votes on policy issues affecting academic staff presented by the Academic Staff Executive Committee (ASEC), members of Assembly Standing Committees, or the Assembly. They are one of the governance bodies that advise the chancellor.
Each academic staff member is assigned to a district that is represented in the Assembly by an elected representative. District assignments are based on two considerations: 1) the staff member’s job code (title), and 2) the employee’s division and department. Representatives are elected for two-year terms; there is no limit on the number of terms they can serve.
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Whether you are an assembly representative, or an alternate, your participation in shared governance is important to the university’s operations. Help support your district by participating.