Academic Affairs Committee of the UNC Pembroke Faculty Senate, 2000-2001

Agendas for the Academic Affairs Committee Meetings
Minutes of the Committee's Meetings

Committee Members

Dr. Robert W. Brown, Chair
Dr. Dan Barbee
Dr. Paul Flowers
Dr. Merrill Miller
Dr. Tommy Thompson
Dr. Frank Trapp
Dr. Richard Vela
Dr. Pete Wish
Dr. Roger Brown
Dr. Tommy Thomson, Subcommittee on Curriculum
Dr. Jonathan Maisonpierre, Enrollment Management Subcommittee
Dr. Bruce DeHart, Subcommittee on Academic Support Services

According to the By Laws of the UNC Pembroke Faculty Senate the Academic Affairs committee shall consider the following matters: all matters relating to curriculum; policies and standards relating to the admission and retention of students; and recommendations concerning learning resource materials and services. Specifically regarding Senate vote on curriculum matters, the Chair of the Academic Affairs Committee is immediately to present to the Registrar all information pertaining to each individual course which is necessary for the computer data bank. In anticipation of this, the required course description presented to the Subcommittee on Curriculum should be the exact catalog wording desired by the department. The Committee shall regularly inform the Senate of its actions and recommendations.

The Committee meets at 3:30pm on the third Wednesday of each month in Room 251 of the University Center.  The 2000-2001 meeting schedule is:  September 20th, October 18th, November 15th, January 17th, February 21st, March 21st, and April 18th.

The Three Subcommittees of the Academic Affairs Committee

The Subcommittee on Curriculum

Agendas for the Subcommittee on Curriculum

Minutes of the Subcommittee on Curriculum

Committee Members

Dr. Tommy Thompson, Chair
Dr. Stephen Bukowy
Ms. Susan Edkins
Dr. Gary Wright
Dr. Monika Brown
Dr. David Zeigler
Ms. Shirley Learn
Dr. Tom Dooling
Dr. Michael Spivey
Ms. Sara Brackin
Dr. Mark Thompson
Dr. William Gash
Ms. Diane Onorio (SGA)
Mr. Jeff Miles (SGA)

The Subcommittee on Curriculum shall examine all proposals and policies relating to curriculum and shall make recommendations to the Academic Affairs Committee ontheir adoption.  This subcommittee is responsible for sending to the Academic Affairs Committee all information pertaining to each individual course which is necessary for the computer data bank.

The Committee meets at 3:30 on the first Thursday of each month.  The 2000-2001 meeting schedule is:  September 7th, October 5th, November 2nd, December 7th, February 1st, March 1st, and April 5th.

The Enrollment Management Subcommittee

Agendas for the Subcommittee

Minutes of the Subcommittee's Meetings

Committee Members

Dr. Jonathan Maisonpierre, Chair
Dr. William Truman
Dr. Bob Reising
Ms. Denise Renfro
Dr. Marlene Powell
Ms. Jackie Clark
Mr. Bruce Blackmon
Ms. Sara Brackin
Mr. Jeff Miles (SGA)

The function of the Enrollment Management Subcommittee shall be to consider policies and standards related to admissions and recruitment, financial aid, retention, advising, graduation, and related areas.  The Subcommittee shall also be charged with receiving expressions of concern or interest regarding any of the areas listed above from faculty, staff, administration, or students.  The Subcommittee shall, as it deems necessary, make recommendations to the Academic Affairs Committee on these matters.

The Committee meets at 3:30 on the second Wednesday of each month.  The 2000-2001 meeting schedule is:  September 13th, October 11th, November 8th, January 10th, February 14th, March 14th, and April 11.

The Subcommittee on Academic Support Services

Agendas for the Subcommittee

Minutes of the Subcommittee's Meetings

Committee Members

Dr. Bruce DeHart, Chair
Ms. Beverly Justice
Ms. Cindy Saylor
Ms. Linda Hafer
Dr. Nicholas Giannatasio
Dr. William Gash
Ms. Jo Ann Pearson
Dr. Elinor Foster
Mr. Warren Love
Mr. Dean Hinnen
Graduate Student
S.G.A. Senator

The Subcommittee on Academic Support Services shall examine proposals and policies relating to the operations and development of the Library, the Media Center, the Office of Computing and Informational Services, and the University Writing Center, and shall make appropriate recommendations/proposals to the Academic Affairs Committee.

The Subcommittee shall also conduct, with the assistance of the Office of Institutional Research, a regular, usually biennial survey of the University community to assess perceptions of facilities and services of each academic support service area.  The Subcommittee will report the information from the survey to the Academic Affairs Committee, director of the appropriate academic support service area, the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and the Provost and Vice Chancellor for
Academic Affairs.

The Committee meets at 3:30 on the second Tuesday of each Month.  The 2000-2001 meeting schedule is:  September 12th, October 10th, November 14th, January 9th, February 13th, March 13th, and April 10th.



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