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The McDonough Faculty Advisory Committee (MFAC)
MFAC was created when the Board of Trustees adopted the Charter of the Center on February 21, 1986. It serves as a critical link between the College faculty and the dean of the McDonough Center. The purpose of this committee is to add a faculty voice to the Center’s deliberations, particularly in the area of curricular review. All McDonough curricular proposals are reviewed first by MFAC before sent to the College’s Curriculum Committee for consideration.
MFAC is considered one of the President’s Committees. According to the McDonough Charter, the President, with the advice of the Faculty Council, annually appoints the committee, including its chair. The committee must have at least four members, but no more than seven, and they serve for a full academic year.
MFAC Members (2010-2011)