Oren Kosansky, Interdisciplinary Representative
Bryan Sebok, Social Sciences
Ben Westervelt, Arts & Humanities
Yueping Zhang, Social Sciences
Rishona Zimring, Arts & Humanities
SAAB Chair, Student Representative
Honor Board Chair, Student Representative
Judy Finch, Registrar
Bruce Suttmeier, Interim Dean of the College
Dan Kelley, Faculty Outreach Librarian
Excerpt from the College of Arts & Sciences Bylaws, 1997
The Committee on the Curriculum shall have primary responsibility for the curriculum of the College of Arts and Sciences. In this regard, the Committee shall review all aspects of the educational program of the College; review and approve proposals for earned degrees to be offered and the requirements for them; review and approve proposals for the establishment or elimination of departmental, interdisciplinary, and general education programs in the College; review and approve all departmental, general educational, and interdisciplinary courses offered by the College; and formulate and review other academic policies and procedures. In addition, the Committee on the Curriculum shall consider curricular issues relating to the academic calendar. Recommendations of the Committee on the Curriculum shall be submitted to the Dean of the College. The Committee shall submit major recommendation such as changes in degrees, changes in College-wide requirements, or the establishment or elimination of departmental, interdisciplinary, and general educational programs to the voting Faculty for its approval, before recommending such proposals to the Dean of the College.
The Committee on the Curriculum shall consist of seven members of the voting Faculty and two students. Three of the faculty members shall be divisional representatives, one elected from each Division. Four of the faculty members, one from each Division and also a representative of interdisciplinary studies shall be elected at large. The Dean of the College, the Dean of Students, the Registrar, and the Director of the Aubrey Watzek Library shall be ex-officio, nonvoting members. Ex-officio members may designate a substitute if they are unable to attend Committee meetings.