By delegation of authority from the Chancellor and the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, members of the Campus Judicial Board serve on formal hearing panels to resolve disputed cases of alleged student misconduct.
Faculty Members: After an initial orientation, faculty members of the CJB serve on an as-needed basis on formal hearing panels to decide disputed cases of academic misconduct. Especially needed are instructors in Math, Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Engineering -- but other subject areas are also needed.
Student Members: In addition to hearing responsibilities, student members conduct outreach to the campus community to promote academic integrity and social responsibility. Student members of the Board meet weekly and spend 3 hours a week on outreach projects, formal hearings, and other activities.
Please note that selection for student members of the CJB is done through a separate process, as more selective screening is required. Applications for student members are due Friday, February 22, at 4:00 p.m. Click here to find out more and to link to the application: https://supportjudicialaffairs.sf.ucdavis.edu/cjb
- Includes 12 students (grad students welcome), and 12 faculty (members of the Academic Senate and the Academic Federation):
- IMPORTANT! Please note that student members of the CJB are recruited through the Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs rather than through the AAC process. Applications for student members are currently available on OSSJA's web site and are due on February 22, 2019 by 4pm; interviews will be held in late February and early March to select student members for school year 2019-2020.
Term of Service / Time Commitment
One-year term of appointment
Special Instructions / Requirements
There are approximately 15-20 formal hearings each year. Faculty members are nominated by the Committee on Committees for the Academic Senate and Academic Federation, and are appointed to 1-year terms by the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Faculty members generally serve on 3-5 hearing panels/year.