Curriculum Committee

Minutes & Agendas

Forms & Documents

Archived Minutes (1998-2005)

Meeting Times

3rd Fridays at 2:30

Current Membership and Terms

Hilary K. Swank (Chair)  T2013-15
Christian Bisson  T2013-16
Elizabeth A. Ahl T2012-2015 (on sabbatical 2014-2015)
Scott R. Coykendall T2014-2017
David Mackey  T2013-16
Michele Pruyn  T2012-15
David Zehr, Associate VP for Undergraduate Studies
George T. Gilmore, Registrar
Mary Campbell, consultant (non-voting)
Kimberly A. Ritchie T2014-2015
Faculty position for Dr. Ahl’s sabbatical to be appointed by the Faculty Speaker
Students (voting): three students to be appointed by the Student Senate
Joseph S. Rino, New Faculty (non-voting) T2014-2015
President’s Commission on Diversity Representative to be appointed

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