"The Faculty Assembly is an elected, representative body of the College that regularly advises the President and the Provost on matters affecting the welfare of the university. The Faculty Assembly is composed of 20 faculty members representing seven constituencies: Humanities, Social Sciences, and the Natural Sciences from the College of Arts and Sciences; the School of Business, School of Education, School of Law, and Marine Science. Faculty Assembly meetings are open to all faculty at the College."--From the Faculty Assembly Website (http://web.wm.edu/facultyassembly/cmssite/).
Current Faculty Assembly officers can be found at http://web.wm.edu/facultyassembly/cmssite/.
The first volume of minutes of faculty meetings, 1729 to 1784, has been published in the William and Mary Quarterly, and is indexed in the Virginia Historical Index. From the Virginia Historical Index.
Lists of individual faculty members and administrators from the 19th century to the present are included in most annual campus directories and annual course catalogs. A card file documenting past William and Mary faculty and administrators through the early 2000s is available in the Special Collections Research Center and was transcribed for the SCRC Wiki and is available at http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/wiki/index.php/Past_Faculty.