Unit Standards Committee
Tim Manuel, Accounting & Finance (2022)
Lee Banville, Journalism (2022)
Matt Hamon, Art (2022)
Laurie Slovarp, Speech Language Hearing Science (2022)
Diana Six, Ecosystem and Conservation Sciences (2024)
Jeff Wiltse, History (2023)
Ruth Vanita, English (2024)
Yolanda Reimer Computer Science (2023)
Social Sciences (two)
Mthew Taylor, Economics (2024)
To monitor faculty evaluation procedures and review unit standards.
CBA section 10.100: The University Standards Committee shall work with units to bring the Unit Standards into compliance pursuant to Section 10.130 and following the guidelines in Section 10.120. [ The University Standards Committee shall have the responsibility of reviewing the unit standards on a five-year cycle, taking a fifth of the unit standards each year. Recommendations for change of the unit standards may be submitted to the Standards Committee by the unit faculty, the chairperson, the appropriate dean, or the Provost. The unit faculty, department chairperson, the University Standards Committee, the appropriate dean, and Provost must approve any proposed change. Any changes in unit standards resulting from this process shall not take effect until twelve (12) months after the decision, unless agreed otherwise by the unit faculty, the dean, and the Provost.]
CBA section 10.120: If the Standards Committee does not approve any specific set of unit standards within forty (40) working days of submission by the unit, those standards shall be forwarded directly to the Provost for consideration.
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