The Core Practices Committee is a standing subcommittee of the Core Curriculum Subcommittee. Unlike other subcommittees, the University Senate must confirm individuals nominated to serve on the Core Practices Subcommittee.
Associate Dean (LAS)
ex officio (Director of Institutional Improvement)
ex officio (Registrar)
ex officio (Library Director)
Bill McDowell (FCB)
Scott Cavanah (SCCFA)
Melissa Peterson (EHS)
Krishnand Maillacheruva (CEGT)
Seth Katz (CLAS)
Meg Frazier (LIB)
Fran Armmer (EHS)
Aurea Toxqui (CLAS)
The Core Practices Subcommittee shall consist of the following:
The Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, who shall serve as chair
Three ex officio members:
Director of Institutional Improvement
Five faculty members appointed from the full-time faculty of their respective colleges for three-year terms:
One member from the College of Business;
One member from the College of Communications and Fine Arts;
One member from the College of Education and Health Sciences;
One member from the College of Engineering and Technology;
One member from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. These appointments shall be made by the deans, after consultation with the chairpersons or directors of their colleges. The names shall be forwarded to the Executive Committee of the University Senate, which in turn shall either submit the names to the full membership of the University Senate for confirmation as members of the subcommittee or return any or all of the names to the deans with the request that (an)other faculty member(s) be recommended for confirmation.
Three full-time faculty members of the University appointed to staggered three-year terms by the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Each appointment shall be submitted to the full membership of the University Senate for confirmation.
Four full-time staff members of the University appointed to staggered three-year terms by the Vice President for Student Affairs. Each appointment shall be submitted to the full membership of the University Senate for confirmation.
One student appointed each year by the Student Senate who shall serve a one-year term and whose name shall be submitted to the full membership of the University Senate for confirmation.
Vacancies on the subcommittee may be filled by ad-hoc appointment by the person or body who forwarded the name for Senate confirmation. The appointment shall be for the remainder of the vacated term and shall be subject to the procedures stated above for submission of names to the Executive Committee of the University Senate and confirmation by the full membership of the University Senate.