FSCUE Curriculum Subcommittee

Members

MEMBERS TERM
Jeffrey Wolcowitz, co-chair 
Dean, Undergraduate Studies 
Sears Hall 
jeffrey.wolcowitz@case.edu
 
Jennifer Johnson
Weatherhead School of Management Associate Dean and Curriculum Committee chair
2012-
Sharon Martin
Second Weatherhead School of Management Representative
2016-2019
Stephanie Harris, School of Medicine
Representative (Biochemistry/Nutrition)
2013-
Marc Buchner, Case School of Engineering Associate Dean 2010-
Kurt Rhoads, Case School of Engineering Representative 2018-
Deb Lindell, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Chair, Curriculum Committee 2015-
Lihong Shi, College of Arts and Sciences 2018-
Amelia Bieda, 
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing Curriculum Committee Representative
2015-

Jill Korbin 
College of Arts and Sciences Associate Dean

2013-
Undergraduate students (2) 
TBD
TBD
2019-2020
ex officio  
Donald Feke 
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
2010-

Charge

The general charge to the Curriculum Subcommittee is to make certain that course and program actions meet any applicable overall university standards and insure that any actions that have effects beyond a single school receive the appropriate discussion. The Curriculum Subcommittee will:

  1. Review course and program actions that cross school boundaries, and make certain that information about any such actions is made available to every school that might feel its effect;
  2. Establish a mechanism for information sharing across schools about course and program actions that directly affect only a single school;
  3. Act as the undergraduate curriculum committee for courses from non-Undergraduate Program Faculty faculties and Physical Education;
  4. Review new curricular programs, majors, etc.;
  5. Review any changes in General Education Requirements, particularly those which have an impact beyond one particular school;
  6. Review courses that count towards SAGES (Seminar Approach to General Education and Scholarship) requirements;
  7. Oversee general academic policies on issues such as transfer and Advanced Placement credit (note that specific decisions on these issues are generally left to the discretion of individual departments);
  8. Consider any general curricular policy issues that may arise.