School of Medicine Faculty Assembly

School of Medicine Faculty Assembly Executive Committee:

Election

 

Voting Instructions

Below is a link to an electronic copy of the Faculty Senate Ballot. You can return your vote one of three ways (via e-mail, fax or intercampus mail). Please follow the instructions depending on which method you choose. Each of these methods was developed to protect the anonymity of the voter and assure that everyone votes ONLY once.
Adobe Acrobat 2009 Ballot (to print and mail)
OR
Microsoft Word 2009 Ballot (to return via e-mail)

By E-mail

Please return the MS Word ballot as an attachment with your vote electronically to meddean@uthscsa.edu.  Once your electronic ballot is received, the person voting will be noted in a voting log. If it is noted that someone has already voted, only the first vote will count and the additional ballots received (by e-mail or intercampus mail) will be discarded. The ballots will be printed and kept in a separate location until the votes are counted.

By Fax

Please fax the printed .pdf ballot with a separate face page to Ms. Shelly Evans at 567-0218. Once your faxed ballot is received, the person voting will be noted in a voting log. If it is noted that an individual has already voted, only the first vote will count and the additional ballots received (by fax, e-mail or intercampus mail) will be discarded. The ballot will be separated from its face page and kept in a separate location until the votes are counted.

By Intercampus Mail

Please print the .pdf ballot, mark your choices, and send via intercampus mail in a separate, sealed envelope (regular or manila) to Ms. Shelly Evans, Office of the Dean, School of Medicine, MSC 7790. Please print your name on the outside of the envelope (NOT on the ballot). Enclose the envelope with your name printed and containing your ballot in another envelope if you wish (this will be left to the discretion of the voter). Once your ballot is received, the person voting will be noted in a voting log. If we receive ballots with no name on the envelope, it will be considered an invalid vote and will be discarded. If it is noted that an individual has already voted (by fax, e-mail or intercampus mail), only the first vote will count and the additional ballots received from the same person will be discarded. The ballot will then be separated from its enclosed envelope and kept in a separate location until the votes are counted.

 

BALLOTS NEED TO BE RECEIVED BY:  Election currently closed.