View the status of submitted University Studies course and theme proposals here (updated each fall).
University Studies Advisory Committee
The committee is charged with the review and approval of all curriculum changes in University Studies across the university, establishing policy in relation to University Studies, disseminating University Studies information to the campus community, and receiving general education assessment results, and formulating recommendations to the Faculty Senate for curricular changes based on assessment findings.
You can find an overview of the University Studies curriculum here.
The University Studies Advisory Committee (USAC) began its work in 2007. The committee is comprised of representatives from the Cameron School of Business, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Health and Human Services, and Watson College of Education.
In addition, the chief academic officer (Provost), the dean of University College, a representative from the library faculty, the General Education Assesment Director, and the Isaac Bear Early College Liaison are ex-officio, non-voting members.
The 2012-2013 USAC members are:
Cilano, Cara (ENG), Committee Chair
Compton, Bill (ECN)
Freeze, Michael (MAT)
Furia, Phil (CRW)
Guinn, Curry (CSC)
Higgins, Heidi (EDN)
McDaniel, Anita (COM)
Whipple, Kerry (HAHS)
Roney, Kathleen (EDN)
Myers, Shelly (Director of University College)
Pemberton, Anne (LIB)
Posey, Martin (Interim Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Undergraduate Studies)
Siefert, Linda (General Education Assessment Director)
Visit the USAC’s sharepoint site to access all proposal forms.
Committee members should submit their course proposal scores here.
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