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Governance

The college constitution provides a structure of democratic governance for the College of Arts, Sciences & Education and its constituent units. It reflects a system of governance that is collegial, participatory, and representative of the diversity of our College. The relationship between our faculty who serve as administrators and our faculty who primarily teach and engage in creative activities and research should be one of mutual respect, trust, consultation and cooperation.

CASE Steering Committee 2017-2018

Chair

Faculty Senate Committees
2017 - 2018

  • Ad Hoc Gordon Rule Oversight & Writing Across The Curriculum CASE Members: Michael Creeden, Kimberly Harrison, Marcy Lowenstein, Ana Luszcynska - For a complete list, please click Ad Hoc Gordon Rule
  • Honorary Degree and Awards CASE Committee Member: Jeremy Pettit - For a complete list, please click Honorary Degree and Awards
  • Undergraduate Council: For a list of Council members, please click UG Council