1. The Executive Committee shall consist of the Chair, the Vice Chair, and seven Members at-Large to be elected by the incoming Senate at the annual organizational meeting for a term of one year. The Chair of the Senate shall be the Chair of the Executive Committee. The immediate past Chair of the Senate shall serve as an ex-officio member of the Senate and of the Executive Committee with voice but not vote for a period of one year.
    1. The seven Members-at-Large of the Executive Committee shall be chosen from nominations which may be made from the floor by members of the incoming Senate at the annual organizational meeting. No person shall be nominated without consent.
    2. Voting for the Members-at-Large of the Executive Committee shall be by secret ballot. The seven nominees with the highest total votes shall be declared elected.  In case of a tie there shall be a run-off election.
    3. If a vacancy occurs on the Executive Committee, the Senate shall fill such vacancy by election.
    4. Officers and members of the Executive Committee may be removed from office by means of the following procedure: (1) that a petition to recall, signed by one-third  of the members of the Senate, is submitted  to the Chair of the Senate or the Vice Chair  if the Chair  is to be recalled; and (2) that a recall  referendum is scheduled for the first  meeting of the Senate following the filing  of a recall petition signed by the required one-third of the members of the Senate. An officer or member of the Executive Committee will be deemed to have been removed from office if, in the recall referendum, a majority votes to so recall. If an officer or member of the Executive is recalled, a new election shall be held immediately to choose a replacement. No officer or member of the Executive Committee who is recalled shall be prohibited from standing for reelection.
    1. The Executive Committee shall have the responsibility, upon proper authorization of the Senate, to disburse budgeted and other funds; allocate allotted reassigned time to Senators and on occasion, as needed, to other CUNY faculty to fulfill the prescribed purposes of the Senate; hire and assign staff for Senate functions; raise supplemental funds; retain counsel; and otherwise implement the policies of the Senate. There shall be an annual report to the Senate on actions taken under this item.
    2. The Executive Committee shall transact such business of the Senate as may be necessary between meetings of the Senate, and exercise such further powers and duties as may be conferred upon it by the Senate.
    3. The Executive Committee shall keep minutes of its meetings and shall report its actions regularly to the Senate.