The AAR Committee on Professional Conduct is responsible for promoting ethical conduct by scholars in the study of religion at the highest professional level through development and sponsorship of educational activities for AAR members and investigation of formal complaints concerning the ethical conduct of members of the AAR (as described in the Professional Conduct Policy and Professional Conduct Procedures). The Committee on Professional Conduct adjudicates formal complaints under this policy, and reviews and makes recommendations to the AAR Board of Directors about modifications of the Professional Conduct Procedures.
Term of Service: Ex officio in the case of elected Board of Director members; four years for non-board Members (appointed by AAR President)
Committee Composition: Regions Director, Status Committee Director, and three non-board Members
The AAR Facilitators work with the AAR’s Committee on Professional Conduct. The AAR Facilitators are responsible for receiving reports of professional misconduct and facilitating the investigation, adjudication and informal resolution processes under the Professional Conduct Policy. The Facilitators serve in staggered three-year terms and are appointed by the AAR president in consultation with the Executive Committee.
Contact: [email protected]
Term of Service: Three years for Facilitators