The Core Curriculum is overseen by the Core Requirements Committee (CRC) and is administered by the SAS Office of Undergraduate Education, which provides assessment and assistance to faculty and assessment deans in the several New Brunswick schools. The CRC meets several times throughout the semester to review petitions to add courses to the list of courses certified for the Core, review assessment results and plans to modify courses based on those results, and otherwise make Core Curriculum policy.

** Meetings are in process of being scheduled for Spring 2020 **

Core Requirements Committee Members

Kathleen Scott, Chair Cell Biology & Neuroscience (SAS)
Melissa Amaral Office of Academic Services (SAS)
Michael Beals Mathematics (SAS)
Barbara Cooper History (SAS)
Samantha Farris Psychology (SAS)
Tatiana Flores    Art History & Latino and Caribbean Studies (SAS)
Angela Gibney Mathematics (SAS)
Martha Haviland Division of Life Sciences, Genetics (SAS)
Thomas Leustek School of Environmental & Biological Sciences (SEBS)
Paul McLean Sociology (SAS)
Carolyn Moehling Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education (SAS)
Lenore Neigeborn Office of Academic Services (SAS)
Nancy Rao Mason Gross School of the Arts (MGSA)
Kerstin Schnatter Rutgers Business School (RBS)
Kurt Spellmeyer English Writing Program (SAS)
Sharon Stoerger School of  Communication & Information (SC&I)
David Wilder Psychology (SAS)
Joseph Williams Religion (SAS)
Lei Yu    Division of Life Sciences, Genetics (SAS)
Tamaj Nicholson Student Representative
Larry Traylor Student Representative

David Goldman, Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Staci Abbruzzese, Administrative Assistant for Office of Undergraduate Education

 

Meetings, Fall 2019

September 20th

3 PM - 5 PM 

MSLC - Room 306 

October 18th 

3 PM - 5 PM 

MSLC - Room 306 

November 8th 

3 PM - 5 PM 

MSLC - Room 306 

November 15th 

3 PM - 5 PM 

MSLC - Room 306 

November 22nd 

3 PM - 5 PM 

MSLC - Room 306 

 

Meetings, Spring 2020

January TBD

February TBD

March TBD

April TBD

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