School directors recommend members for most of the committees by June 1, prior to the academic year of actual appointments.The dean decides which committees shall remain active and appoint chairs and members of each committee by the end of spring term. Each committee submits a report of its meeting dates, recommendations and actions to the dean (or designee) by May 15 of each year.
- Reviews all proposals for undergraduate and graduate curricular changes and/or new programs brought forward from schools/dept before forwarding material from the College to the University Curriculum Committee.
- During the fall 2012 semester, the committee meets Oct. 16, Nov.16 and Dec. 14. Meeting minutes will be posted here when they become available.
- Schools/departments are encouraged to have curricular matters (courses and programs) approved at their level about one week prior to the college meeting.
- All new courses and changes to existing courses are done through OCEAN. New programs and changes to programs are handled differently, and instructions on this can be found at: http://www.ohio.edu/facultysenate/ucc/index.cfm
- The curricular handbook on Q2S guidelines can be found at: http://www.ohio.edu/q2s/documents.cfm
Faculty Advisory Committee
Shall provide advice to the Dean regarding issues facing the College. May also solicit college-wide input on issues and/or facilitate communication between College leadership and faculty and staff in the College.
Gerontology Advisory Group
The gerontology certificate programs (undergraduate and graduate) are administered under the guidance of this committee that includes representatives from the various colleges at Ohio University. The College of Health Sciences and Professions acts as the primary administrative unit for both programs. The committee also provides a forum for aging research and scholarly activities and promotes service activities in aging as appropriate.
Graduate Coordinators Committee
Shall meet with the Associate Dean for Graduate Studies once each term to discuss Graduate College policies and to review internal guidelines and procedures. Shall communicate with Graduate College, school directors, and faculty members and will recommend policy/procedure changes to the dean and school directors as appropriate.
Interprofessional Education Committee
This committee shall explore opportunities for the development of a core college curriculum and/or interprofessional education (IPE)3 within the College of Health Sciences and Professions and to offer recommendations to the school directors and dean about possible courses, formats, interest level (among faculty and students) and resources. Specifically, this committee will be asked to develop a concept paper and recommendations by the end of Winter Quarter 2010 regarding the feasibility of developing one or more core college courses before the Q2S transition.
Promotion and Tenure Advisory Committee
Shall review faculty promotion and tenure dossiers with regard to the University Tenure and Promotion policies, the College Tenure and Promotion policies, and the Schools’ Tenure and Promotion standards, and shall make recommendations to the Dean.
Scholarly Activity Award Committee
Shall review faculty applications and, based on the relative merit of the materials, shall recommend one recipient annually for the Scholarly Activity Award.
Shall publicize scholarships and recommend recipients for the various awards.
Teaching and Learning Committee
Shall assess and identify the current needs for CHHS support to enhance teaching opportunities and skills of the faculty, offer recommendations to the dean, and, in some cases, coordinate professional development, e.g., teaching colloquia, workshops focused on preparing teaching portfolios, etc. In addition, the committee shall review faculty applications for the Exemplary Teacher Award, and, based on the relative merit of the materials, shall recommend one recipient to the dean.
Technology Advisory Group
Shall identify technology needs for the college. TAG will take a broad look at how technology is used in classroom, research, clinic and specialized teaching spaces as well as how faculty use technology to communicate and enhance the learning process.
The Professional Ethics Committee (Faculty Senate)
The Faculty Handbook reads: Each college and Regional Campus will have a standing Professional Ethics Committee consisting of six faculty members in the college or regional campus unless it is necessary to supplement the Committee by faculty from other colleges or regional campuses. At least four of the six faculty must be tenured Group I faculty. The other two may be selected from among the untenured Group I or the Group II faculty. Three of the six members of the College Professional Ethics Committee are selected by the faculty senators from that college or regional campus while the remaining three are appointed by the Dean of the College or Regional Campus. The Chair of the Committee will be appointed by the Dean from among the Group I faculty on the Committee. The term length for members on the College Professional Ethics Committee will be three years and service is restricted to two successive terms. Initial appointments will be staggered so that each year the senators from the college or regional campus and the Dean will each need to select a new Committee member. The College Professional Ethics Committee will be provided access to appropriate university resources to assist it in carrying out its investigations.
Committee on Committees
Shall review each committee’s structure and function at least every three years and advise the dean of any recommended changes.