Undergraduate Standards Committee
Seven-member Committee: two administrative non-voting representatives designated by the AVP, one faculty member selected by the MFA from among its members, and four elected representatives of the McNichols faculty.
5 faculty representatives
Dan Duryea, Addiction Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Education (term expires 3/2015)
Cindy Gillham, Reference Department, McNichols Campus Library (term expires 3/2015)
Beth Oljar, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Education (term expires 3/2016)
Robert Ross, Physics, College of Engineering & Science (term expires 3/2016)
Charles Wilson, Criminal Justice, College of Liberal Arts & Education (term expires 3/2015) (MFA)
2 non-voting administrative representatives
Joe Odoerfer, Associate Dean, School of Architecture (term expires 8/2015)
Diane M. Praet, Associate Vice President and Registrar (term expires 8/2016)
The chairperson of a Team and/or the administrator to whom the Team reports may add guests in an “Invited Participant” category. Individuals are invited because of their expertise, potential contributions, or history with the team but have no voting rights. The term of service for invited participants is not to exceed two years. Invited participants are not eligible for reappointment in this category. A team may not exceed three invited participants at any given time.
Heather Hill-Vasquez, English, College of Liberal Arts & Education (term expires 3/2015)
- Review the proposed GED (General Education Diploma) policy.
- Review proposals for undergraduate minors and certificates.
- Review policy changes as they relate to undergraduate students.
- Keep the university community informed of committee activities by providing summary minutes of meetings and reports to (sharedgovernance(at)udmercy.edu). Information will be posted to the shared governance website (udmercy.edu/governance). The secretary of the committee is responsible for these postings and for informing Campus Connections of new postings. If there is no secretary identified for the committee, a member should be selected who is responsible for this task.