Committees Charges Q-Z

Membership: Permanent
6 to 8 faculty prefer one from each college

Charge

  1. Plan celebration for student/faculty scholarship for the Spring

Membership: Ad Hoc
12 faculty, preferably 2 from each college and non-teaching faculty

Charge

  1. To review and assess the academic focus and future of the Residential College
  2. The committee will also look at the impact of the Bush grant on the future of the West Campus. The committee is to report their findings and recommendations to faculty senate before the end of Spring semester, 2010. Preference for faculty who have experience with Residential College and for faculty who have knowledge of the Bush grant.

Membership: Permanent
5 faculty positions available

Charge

  1. To discover the kinds of social events desired by the WSU Faculty Association membership
  2. To plan social events of the WSU Faculty Association

 

Membership: Permanent
18 faculty positions available

Charge

  1. To evaluate present policies and recommend to the Faculty Association Senate policies on admission and retention, evaluation of students and academic dismissals
  2. To review for the Faculty Association Senate the implementation and effects of such policy recommendations
  3. To hear appeals from students dismissed from the University for academic reasons
  4. To hear appeals from students who have been denied admission to the University, admission to teacher education or admission to any other program of the University
  5. To make recommendations on specific cases as a result of the hearings

Membership: Permanent
7 IFO, two year terms

Charge

  1. Provide the Dean of International Studies, etc. with input and direction on the goals, focus and direction of the program
  2. Investigate the academic integrity and quality of the study abroad programs

Membership: Ad Hoc

Charge

  1. Review Summer School Model

Membership: Permanent
Licensure programs select candidates for this council. Faculty are nominated to the TEA by their fellow licensure colleagues. One additional representative from professional core. Senate will make all appointments.

Charge

  1. TEA represents the Initial Licensure Programs within the Professional Education Unit. TEA shall be the unit-level decision-making body for Initial Licensure Programs and shall conduct the business of this body. TEA may, at its discretion, refer matters to the members of the individual in Initial Licensure Programs for final decision. TEA does not have authority over the governance of individual programs.
  2. TEA [will] assume responsibility for coordinating and communicating with teacher education faculty throughout the Professional Education Unity. TEA members [will] select three representatives, [one of whom will be the chairperson of the TEA], to serve on the Dean’s Coordinating Council, which governs the Professional Education Unit. The Professional Education Unit will mandate all issues/concerns pertaining to the Initial Licensure Programs to TEA for consideration and approval. Should a decision by TEA be in conflict with the IFO contract; the contract will take precedence.
  3. TEA also will hear non-grade appeals for students in the teacher education programs, such as a student appeal to being denied admission. The Chair of TEA may form a hearing panel from among both TEA members and members of the faculty department to which the student had been applying. This hearing panel will consider the appeal and issue a judgment.

Membership: Permanent
7 IFO (preferably one from each college) plus OCED director

Charge

  1. Review travel study proposals and provide recommendations to the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
  2. Assist in the promotion of travel study, including the formation of learning communities pertaining to travel study
  3. Provide OCED director and administration with input on matters pertaining to the promotion, execution and oversight of travel study programs

Membership: Permanent
Two-year terms. 12 Faculty, with a preference given to departments and programs that coordinate their courses with the WAGS program. The WAGS program director is an ex officio member.

Charge

  1. To advise the WAGS program

Membership: Permanent
8 members, preferably one from each college and non-teaching plus two faculty at large from any college

Charge

  1. Review all space utilization and strategic budgeting issues and nominate from among committee members five candidates for the positions on the all-University Facilities and Finance Committee

Membership: Permanent
8 members, preferably one from each college and non-teaching plus two faculty at large from any college

Charge

  1. Nominate from its members five candidates for the AUTC
  2. Recommend policy regarding technology and learning
  3. Recommend strategies for implementing technology
  4. Make recommendations concerning resources in support of technology to the AUTC