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CHAPTER I: MEMBERSHIP
5. Divisional Membership, Voting, And Other Privileges
Members of the Santa Barbara Division are: the President of the University, the Chancellor and Vice Chancellors, each Dean, Directors of academic programs, the Admissions Officer, the Registrar, and the University Librarian of the Santa Barbara campus; each lecturer who has full-time teaching responsibilities in any curriculum under the control of the Academic Senate and whose academic title is Senior Lecturer with Security of Employment or Lecturer with Security of Employment, Senior Lecturer with Potential Security of Employment or Lecturer with Potential Security of Employment, each person giving instruction in any curriculum under the control of the Academic Senate whose academic title is Instructor, Instructor in Residence, Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor in Residence, Associate Professor, Associate Professor in Residence, or Acting Associate Professor, Professor, Professor in Residence, or Acting Professor whose duties are primarily at Santa Barbara; Senate members holding Universitywide appointments who choose to enroll in this Division, and any other persons certified for membership by the Vice Chair/Secretary of the Division in accordance with Divisional and Senate legislation. Membership does not lapse because of leave of absence or transfer to emeritus status. [Ref. Standing Order 105.1a Am 30 May 02]
Transfer Of Voting Privilege.
A member of the Senate temporarily assigned to the Santa Barbara campus may transfer his/her voting privilege to the Santa Barbara Division during his/her assignment by certifying the facts to the Divisional Vice Chair/Secretary.
Privileges Of Instructors, Instructors In Residence, And Members Of Other Divisions.
An Instructor or an Instructor in Residence with less than two years' service may not vote in meetings of the Division, its Faculties, the Faculty Legislature, or in Academic Senate ballots. A member of another Division may attend meetings of this Division with the privilege of the floor, and may make motions, but may not second motions or vote. [See Senate Legislative Ruling U12.75, Appendix II] (Am 31 Oct 02)