|Paul MacDonald, chair
School of Medicine
|Hope Barkoukis, School of Medicine||2014-2017|
|Amy Bieda, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing||2014-2017|
|Faye Gary, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing||2016-2019|
|Umut Gurkan, Case School of Engineering||2015-2018|
|Leena Palomo, School of Dental Medicine||2015-2018|
|Jing Li, Case School of Engineering||2015-2018|
|Simon Peck, Weatherhead School of Management||2016-2019|
|Janet McGrath, College of Arts and Sciences||2016-2019|
|Charles Rozek, Vice Provost and Dean, Graduate Studies|
|Lynmarie Hamel, Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Studies|
|Stephanie Endy, Associate Vice President for Research|
|Graduate Students (3)
|Professional School Senator
Jennifer Barrord, SODM
From the Constitution, Article VI., Section D, Par. 1-3:
"Par. 1. The Committee on Graduate Studies shall consist of the dean of graduate studies, ex officio, the associate dean of graduate studies, ex officio, the associate vice president for research, ex officio, nine voting members of the University Faculty elected for overlapping three-year terms, and three graduate student members, one post-doctoral scholar/fellow, and the professional school senator, ex officio, elected for one-year terms. The Nominating Committee, in consultation with the dean of graduate studies, shall select nominees for election to the committee on the basis of participation in graduate research and in graduate study and instruction. Such selection shall be broadly representative of graduate disciplines.
Par. 2. The Committee on Graduate Studies shall review and make recommendations to the Faculty Senate with respect to the academic standards, academic policies, and degree requirements of all departmental, inter-departmental, inter-divisional constituent faculty, and ad hoc and special programs under the administration of the School of Graduate Studies. With respect to graduate degree programs, the Committee on Graduate Studies shall review and make recommendations to the Faculty Senate on new graduate degree programs. New graduate degree programs include individual interdisciplinary degree proposals, new degree programs, joint/dual degree programs, as well as changes in degree program name, delivery mode, or changes which modify the curriculum of an existing graduate degree program by greater than 50% as defined in the Ohio Regents Advisory Committee on Graduate Study (RACGS) Guidelines and Procedures for Review and Approval of Graduate Degree Programs.
Graduate degree program refers to any course of study that constitutes a specialization or concentration and leads to recognition or an award for completion of a prescribed course of study beyond the Faculty Handbook 23 September 2016 baccalaureate diploma. The committee also reviews and makes recommendations to the Faculty Senate with respect to graduate certificate programs at Case Western Reserve University. The Ohio RACGS does not define the degrees of Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental Medicine and Doctor of Jurisprudence as graduate degree programs, and the Committee of Graduate Studies therefore does not review these programs.
Par. 3. The Committee on Graduate Studies will provide oversight and guidance for academic and policy issues for postdoctoral scholars and fellows."