Academic Affairs Committee's Charges
The Academic Affairs Committee shall be the academic policy committee of the Senate and shall formulate and review all matters related to academic and educational policies and procedures. The Committee shall also serve as liaison with appropriate administrators and administrative bodies of the university. The Academic Affairs Committee shall consist of eight collegial representatives, each to be elected by his or her college, one member of the educational development faculty elected by that group, three members at large elected by the Academic Senate, and the Provost or his or her delegate (ex officio, voting).
Michael Laver, Chair
1. Review the current implementation of the Honors Program.
2. Review the proposal for the creation of the Innovative Learning Institute.
3. Oversee the implementation and evaluation of a pilot of the student rating of teaching
4. Review Institute procedures/policies with respect to access to teaching evaluations.
5. Review, update and present for Senate's consideration the following policies: Admission (D2.0),
Registration (D3.0), Grades (D5.0), Academic Advising (D9.0), Final Exams (D11), Diplomas and
Degrees (D13), and Graduation requirements (D12.0).