2016-2017 College, School, and Special Services Curriculum Committees and Minutes


College, School, and Special Services Curriculum Committees
A.  Membership: One member elected by each department or curriculum-generating unit within the college, autonomous school, or Special Services, serving for a one-year term at beginning of Fall Semester. Departments and other curriculum-generating units must promptly report all changes in their representative to the committee chairperson. A curriculum-generating unit is defined as any unit that creates courses that carry their own rubric.
B.  Duties:
1.  Review and act upon curriculum proposals submitted to the committee by departments and transmit the proposals to the college dean who will send them to the office of Academic Affairs for publication.
2.   Advise and work with originators and departments in preparation and transmission of proposals, including appropriate signatures.
3.   Examine the curriculum continuously and make recommendations to departments for improvement.
4.   Study and evaluate instructional problems and make recommendations to departments accordingly.

College of Liberal Arts Curriculum Committee
Betsy Glade, Chair

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College of Science and Engineering Curriculum Committee
Tony Hansen (AHS)
William Cook (BIOL)
Michael Jeannot (CHEM&PHYS)
Bryant Julstrom (CSCI & IT) Chair
Yi Zheng (ECE)
Charles Rose (ETS)
Michael Ernst (MATH)
Jay Byun (MME)

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Herberger School of Business Curriculum Committee
Garth Harris, Chair

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School of Education Curriculum Committee
Marcia Thompson (CIM)
Sudie Hofmann (HURL), Chair
Roger Worner (ELHE)
Mary Beth Noll (SPED)
Karin Ihnen (CFS)
Martin Lo (TDEV)

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School of Health and Human Services Curriculum Committee
XXX, Chair
Mary Pfohl
Steve Hoover
Sue Nordos
Phyllis Greenberg
Bill Lepkowski

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School of Public Affairs Curriculum Committee

Lee Gilbertson, CJ
Eric Hampton, ECON, Chair
Ed Greaves, POL

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Special Services
XXX, Chair
Cindy Gruwell (UCC rep)

Alberto DeJesus, Military Science
Stacy Martig, Academic Support

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