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Summer Session Committee

Standing Bylaw Committee of the
Faculty of Arts, Sciences and Engineering
2014-2015


MEMBERSHIP: 2014-2015

Term: Five (5) years

Name and Link to
Directory Listing
Department Title Term Role Note
Ruane, Kim Mathematics Professor 2009-2019 Chair  
Aymer, Paula Sociology Associate Professor 2014-2015    
Debold, Joe Psychology Professor 2011-2015    
Glaser, Mary Mathematics Senior Lecturer 2010-2015    
Joseph, Robert TCU Senate Undergraduate student representative 2014-2015    
Locke, David Music Professor 2012-2017    
Pu, Helen Graduate Student Council Graduate student representative 2014-2015    
Rosso-O'Laughlin, Marta Romance Languages Senior Lecturer 2014-2019    
Saigal, Anil Mechanical Engineering Professor 2012-2017    
Tobin, Roger Physics and Astronomy Professor 2011-2016    
Wang, Mingquan German, Russian and Asian Languages and Literatures Senior Lecturer 2011-2016    
Barker, John Undergraduate and Graduate Students Dean Ex-officio, non-voting    
Recroft, Sean Summer Programs Director Ex-officio, non-voting    

 


DESCRIPTION AND WORKLOAD

The function of the Summer Session Committee is to study and make recommendations concerning the Summer Session.

The committee consists of five or more faculty members from A&S&E, one of whom should be the chair of the Subcommittee on the European Center at Talloires; one undergraduate student designated by the TCU Senate; and one graduate student designated by the Graduate Student Council. The directors of summer session, or designee, and the dean of Undergraduate and Graduate Students, or designee, are ex officio members of this committee, without vote. All voting-eligible faculty members are able to serve on this committee; however, the majority of committee members should be tenured faculty members. Members are appointed to a five-year term

Committee members attend three committee meetings in the fall (October and November) to review course proposals for the upcoming summer sessions and to discuss issues of program, faculty compensation, graduate student teaching and compensation, organization, etc. The summer session director consults the chair and membership throughout the year on various single concerns as they come up, usually via email questions and polls. This committee is appropriate for tenure-track faculty members.


COMMITTEE BUSINESS: 2014-2015

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