The honorary doctorate is the highest academic honor awarded by the university. It is bestowed in recognition of outstanding contributions to society through intellectual, professional, scientific, artistic, or public service efforts. In granting an honorary degree, the University of Central Arkansas acknowledges excellence and provides an example to members of the university community.
- Four tenured faculty members. Faculty members will serve staggered four-year terms. No academic college may have more than one representative.
- One appointed by the president.
- One appointed by the provost.
- Two appointed by the Faculty Senate.
- The president of the Faculty Senate, or designee
- The president of the Student Government Association, or designee
- The president of the Staff Senate, or designee
- The president of the Alumni Association
- The dean of the Graduate School
The dean of the Graduate School will serve as committee chair, but will be a non-voting member.
|Michael Schaefer (LA)||2015||Presidential Appointment|
|Patty Phelps (ED)||2017||Faculty Senate Appointments|
|Jeffrey Pe-Aguirre (FAC)||2016||Faculty Senate Appointments|
|Kaye McKinzie||2017||President of Faculty Senate|
|Kevin Carter||2017||President of Staff Senate|
|Kelsey Broaddrick||2017||President of Student Senate|
|Karen Sullards||2015||President of Alumni Association|
|Joan Simon||Permanent||Interim Dean of Graduate School|
Page last updated: May 6, 2016