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ACADEMIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

Academic Year 2014-2015


Committee Members

Name

Representation Unit

Phone

Office

Term Expires

R.S. Krishnan

Office of the Provost

231-8492

Old Main 103

Ex-officio

Rhonda Kitch

Registrar

231-7989

Ceres 110

Ex-officio

Luis del Rio Mendoza

Ag., Food Systems, & Natural Resources

231-7073

Walster 324

May 2017

Gwen Stickney (co-chair)

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

231-8846

Minard 332

May 2016

John Bitzan

Business

231-8949

Barry 314

May 2017

Dennis Wiesenborn (co-chair)

Engineering

231-7277

ABEN 206

May 2015

David Wittrock

Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies

231-8909

Old Main 201

May 2015

Bryan Christensen

Human Development & Education

231-6737

BBF 1

May 2016

Loretta Heuer

Pharmacy, Nursing, & Allied Sciences

231-8205

Sudro 222

May 2015

Lisa Montplaisir

Science & Mathematics

231-6155

Stevens 322

May 2017

Student, Graduate

 

May 2015

Student, Undergraduate

May 2015

Committee Meeting Schedule

Meeting dates for the 2014-2015 academic year have not been determined.

College Curriculum Committee

Name

Academic College

John McEvoy

Agriculture, Food Systems & Natural Resources

Gwen Stickney

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

John Bitzan

Business

Val Marinov

Engineering

Bryan Christensen

Human Development & Education

Cynthia Naughton

Pharmacy, Nursing & Allied Sciences

Ken Magel

Science & Mathematics

Graduate & Interdisciplinary Studies / Graduate Council

Faculty Senate Bylaws: Article IV, Section 1

  1. Voting members shall consist of one faculty member, with the rank of full or associate professor, from each of the representation units, a representative of the Dean of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies, and two students.

  2. Non-voting members shall consist of the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs and the University Registrar.

  3. Committee responsibilities include:
    1. Coordinating and recommending actions on proposals for curriculum and course changes that have been received from the colleges
    2. Recommending policies for the evaluation of transfer credit
    3. Recommending policies for graduation
    4. Recommending candidates for graduation
    5. Recommending the scheduling of policies for the efficient utilization of classrooms and laboratories

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Last Updated: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 3:11:12 PM