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Equal Educational Opportunity Committee

Standing Bylaw Committee of the
Faculty of Arts, Sciences and Engineering
2015-2016


MEMBERSHIP: 2015-2016

Term: Five (5) years

Name and Link to
Directory Listing
Department Title Term Role Note
Masuoka, Natalie Political Science Associate Professor 2014-2019 Co-Chair LV Spring 2016
McCusker, Daniel Drama and Dance Senior Lecturer 2012-2017 Co-Chair  
Baffoni-Licata, Laura Romance Languages Senior Lecturer 2013-2018    
Bishara, Amahl Anthropology Associate Professor 2011-2016    
Chang, Remco Computer Science Assistant Professor 2011-2016    
Chew, Francie Biology Professor 2014-2016    
Chiesa, Luisa Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor 2015-2020    
Dhingra, Pawan Sociology Professor 2014-2019    
Ernst, Susan Biology Professor 2015-2020    
Khanna, Palak TCU Senate Undergraduate student representative 2015-2016    
Koegel, Susan Biology Lecturer 2011-2016    
Kulchyckyj, Gregory TCU Senate Undergraduate student representative 2015-2016    
Paac, Daniel TCU Senate Undergraduate student representative 2015-2016    
Van Rees, Charles Graduate Student Council Graduate student representative 2015-2016    
Ardizzoni, Susan Admissions Director of Graduate Admissions and Diversity Recruitment   Ex officio, nonvoting  
Baffi-Dugan, Carol Undergraduate Education Associate Dean   Ex officio, nonvoting  
Bogran-Acosta, Alida Office of Equal Opportunity Director or designee   Ex officio, nonvoting  
Davies, Margery School of Arts and Sciences
School of Engineering
Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs   Ex officio, nonvoting Affirmative Action Officer
Perez, Marisel Student Affairs Associate Dean of Students   Ex officio, nonvoting  

 


DESCRIPTION AND WORKLOAD

The function of the Equal Educational Opportunity Committee (EEOC) is to concern itself with programs intended to provide equal educational opportunity to students from all segments of society. It promotes efforts to attract, support, and retain students, faculty, administrators, and staff from all segments of society; and it is concerned with the creation of a positive working, learning, and living environment for the campus community. Committee members review and report on progress in these areas, as well as proposing new programs.

This committee consists of five or more arts, sciences and engineering faculty members; three A&S&E undergraduate students designated by the TCU Senate, including at least one student from the School of Arts and Sciences and from the School of Engineering, and at least one graduate student designated by the Graduate Student Council. The following administrators or their designees shall be ex officio members without vote: the dean of academic advising and undergraduate studies, the dean of student affairs, the dean of admissions and enrollment management, director of the Office of Equal Opportunity, and the affirmative action officer for the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering. Full-time voting-eligible faculty members are able to serve on this committee. Members are appointed to a five-year term.

Committee members attend three to five meetings per semester and meetings, which are typically 90 minutes long. Subcommittees that meet once or twice per semester are used for special projects, as necessary. This committee is appropriate for tenure-track faculty members.


COMMITTEE BUSINESS: 2015-2016

Information will be posted as it becomes available.


BYLAWS

Visit Arts, Sciences and Engineering Bylaws for more information regarding this committee's bylaws.


ANNUAL REPORTS