Curriculum Committee

Minutes & Agendas

Forms & Documents

Archived Minutes (1998-2005)

Meeting Times

3rd Fridays at 2:30

Current Membership and Terms

Christian Bisson – 2013-14 through 2015-16
Scott R. Coykendall – 2014-15 through 2016-17
David A. Mackey – 2013-14 through 2015-16
Kimberly A. Ritchie – 2015-2016; appointed by Faculty Speaker
Maria A. Sanders – 2015-16 through 2017-18
Kurt A. Schroeder – 2015-16 through 2016-17
Hilary K. Swank – 2015-16 through 2017-18
Roxana Wright – 2015-16 through 2017-18
Ann E. Thurston, Interim Registrar
David Zehr, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Students (voting):  three students to be appointed by the Student Senate
New Faculty (non-voting):  to be appointment by the Faculty Speaker
Mary E. Campbell, consultant (non-voting)
President’s Commission on Diversity Representative (non-voting):  to be appointed

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