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Member Responsibilities

Chair

  1. Set, organize and lead meetings
  2. Update the CC Website (or provide updated information to Website designee)
  3. Follow up with faculty on revisions to CC proposals (with help from the assistants to the deans)
  4. Coordinate with the Provost and Registrar on the production of the CC spreadsheet, binder, record keeping and catalog
  5. Ensure regional participation in the proposal review process
  6. Report to the Faculty Senate

 

Faculty Representatives

  1. Inform your faculty group of the deadline for curriculum proposals
  2. Make sure faculty members know that all curriculum proposals must be reviewed by the entire faculty group (which includes faculty members in Ketchikan and Sitka) before they are submitted to the CC
  3. Read all proposals listed as discussion items on the CC agenda in advance of the meeting
  4. Report approved curriculum changes to your faculty group
  5. Find a replacement for yourself if you can't make a meeting and inform the chair well in advance of your absence
  6. Inform individual faculty members when their proposals are scheduled to be discussed and invite them to the meeting
  7. Help fellow faculty members prepare proposals, where appropriate

 

Registrar

  1. Update the spreadsheet on a weekly basis and send it to the chair, or Website designee, to be posted on the CC Website
  2. Find a replacement for yourself if you can't make a meeting and inform the chair well in advance of your absence
  3. Read all proposals listed as discussion items on the CC agenda in advance of the meeting
  4. Help faculty members prepare proposals, were appropriate

 

School Administrative Managers

  1. Help faculty members prepare proposals, where appropriate. Provide technical assistance if faculty have difficulty with the Acrobat forms
  2. Report proposed curriculum changes to the Dean. Pay close attention to how proposals from other schools will affect your school
  3. Follow up with faculty members when revisions of curriculum proposals are required by the CC
  4. Find a replacement for yourself if you can't make a meeting and inform the chair well in advance of your absence
  5. Read all proposals listed as discussion items on the CC agenda in advance of the meeting
 
 

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