The Executive Committee, acting on behalf of the Senate and the Congress, shall identify and arrange for consideration and study of all goals, policies, and programs relating to the physical and academic development of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, including allocation of financial resources, student enrollment, distribution of enrollment among programs and between upper-division and lower-division programs, direction of emphasis in existing programs, the academic effect of administrative organization, quality of scholarship, quality of teaching, quality of research, quality of service, and the relationships between the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and other units of the University System.
In addition, the Executive Committee shall:
- Make recommendations to the Mānoa Provost and the President;
- Provide that the Congress is informed of its substantive activities;
- Certify the results of elections;
- Appoint Standing Committee members and coordinate the work of its Committees;
- Consult with subject matter/content area experts as necessary;
- Prepare the agenda of the Senate and of the Congress;
- Submit to the Congress actions referred by the Senate;
- Perform such other duties as are specified in other provisions of these Bylaws.