Core Requirements Committee

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.

Core Requirements Committee Members

Kathleen Scott, Chair Cell Biology & Neuroscience (SAS)
Michael Beals Mathematics (SAS)
Sylvia Chan-Malik American Studies & Women’s and Gender Studies (SAS)
Geraldine Cochran Physics & Astronomy (SAS)
Barbara Cooper History (SAS)
Tatiana Flores    Art History & Latino and Caribbean Studies (SAS)
Martha Haviland Division of Life Sciences, Genetics (SAS)
Thomas Leustek School of Environmental & Biological Sciences (SEBS)
Paul McLean Sociology (SAS)
Lisa Miller Political Science (SAS)
Carolyn Moehling Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education (SAS)
Lenore Neigeborn Office of Academic Services (SAS)
Kurt Spellmeyer English Writing Program (SAS)
Sharon Stoerger School of  Communication & Information (SC&I)
Can Uslay Marketing (RBS)
Paula Voos  Labor Studies & Employment Relations (SMLR)
David Wilder Psychology (SAS)
Lei Yu    Division of Life Sciences, Genetics (SAS)
Iris Zipkin  Office of Academic Services

David Goldman, Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Nicole Dallara, Administrative Assistant for Office of Undergraduate Education

Meetings, Fall 2018

Tuesday, September 18th

9 AM – 11 AM

Tillet Hall - Room 118

Tuesday, October 2nd

12 PM – 2 PM

Labor Education Center - Room 115

Tuesday, October 16th

12 PM – 2 PM

Labor Education Center - Room 115

Tuesday, November 6th

9 AM – 11 AM

Labor Education Center - Room 115

Tuesday, November 27th

9 AM – 11 AM

Labor Education Center - Room 115

 

Meetings, Spring 2019

TBD

 

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