The Executive Committee, in addition to assisting with administrative functions, shall be charged with investigating and formulating educational and instructional policies for consideration by the faculty and shall act for the faculty in matters of budgets, promotions, and appointments.
The Executive Committee shall consist of the Dean of the School of Education and Human Services and four full-time members of the governing faculty of Senate rank, each to be appointed for a two-year term by the Regents on recommendation of the President. The members of the committee should be broadly representative to include members from each department in the school and shall not be eligible for reappointment until after the lapse of one year.
Academic Standards Committee
The Academic Standards Committee shall consist of three faculty members and one student member and, ex officio, without vote, the Registrar and the Director of Academic Advising. It shall be concerned with the maintenance of academic standards in undergraduate programs of the school. It shall periodically review and recommend to the faculty systems of grading, the functioning of existing grading practices, and the crediting of coursework, it shall act for the faculty in reviewing academic deficiencies and take appropriate action thereon; it may grant exceptions to academic regulations, standing rules, and academic requirements. it shall have the authority to investigate and to act for the faculty in all cases of cheating, plagiarism, and other forms of academic dishonesty.
The Curriculum Committee shall consist of three faculty members and one student member and, ex offcio, without vote, the Dean of the School. The Curriculum Committee shall study the operations of the academic requirements adopted by the Governing Faculty; originate proposals which would further the educational objectives of the School; receive, consider, and make recommendations to the Governing Faculty in regard to changes in the curriculum, including changes in general graduation requirements and distribution requirements, introduction of any new academic programs, and changes involving matters lying outside the jurisdiction of any single department.