5.1.8 The Liberal Arts Work Committee
The Liberal Arts Work Committee will be responsible for approving the proposals of individual departments to fulfill the LAW graduation requirement. The Committee will assist in developing a procedure to assess whether programmatic learning goals are met by those approved experiences and create and administer a process for granting exemptions and substitutions to the LAW requirement. The Committee will also be responsible for developing and administering the non-credit bearing transcript notation system.
The term of office shall be for three years.
Membership for 2017-2018 academic year (as of September 11, 2017)
Shall consist of thirteen members; the eight voting members are:
- Two Instructional Faculty from the School of Arts and Sciences.
Garrett Dancik (2018), Bryan Oakley (2020)
- Two Instructional Faculty from the School of Education and Professional Studies.
Open Seat (2018), Open Seat (2020)
- One Instructional Faculty member from either School.
Joseph Dracobly (2018)
- One Administrative Faculty member.
Polly Silva (2017)
- The Director of the Center for Internships and Career Development, ex-officio.
- One student elected by the Student Senate.
Vacant until election by SGA
The five non-voting members are:
- The Coordinator of LAW
- The Dean of the School of Continuing Education or designee, ex-officio.
- The Vice President for Academic Affairs, ex-officio.
- One representative from Alumni Affairs.
- The University Registrar or designee, ex-officio.
John Bazin (designee)
- In no case shall there be more than one member from the same department.
- The committee will send a representative to all Senate meetings.
SBA 13/14-02 Sunset clause eliminated.