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General Education Committee (GEC)

GEC Agendas and Minutes 18/19 (Accessible to Campus Community)
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Meetings are held:  Thursdays
Time:  10:00 am to 11:30 am
Location:   SBSB 3219

Meeting Dates 18/19

Fall 2018 - September 6, 13, 20, 27; October 4, 11, 18, 25; November 1, 8, 15, 29; December 6
Spring 2019
 - January 31; February 7, 14, 21, 28; March 7, 14, 21, 28; April  11, 18, 25

Voting Members  Seat (Representing)
Rodney Beaulieu CEHHS 17-19
Fredi Avalos C'Debaca CHABSS-BSS 17-19
Heidi Breuer CHABSS-HA 17-19
Julie Jameson CSM-Biology 17-19
Torie Quinonez Library 18-20
Marshall Whittlesey CSM-Mathematics 18-20
Konane Martinez CHABSS-BSS 17-19
AsherLev Santos CEHHS18-20 (from discipline other than Human Development)
Ex-Officio and other Non-Voting Members  Title
Kendra Rivera GEC Chair 18/19
Regina Eisenbach Dean of Academic Programs
Dawn Formo Dean of Undergraduate Studies
Domenica Pearl Dir., Undergraduate Advising (VP Student Affairs' Designee)
Patti Garnet Articulation Officer, EMS (AVP EMS' Designee)
Melissa Simnitt Assessment Specialist, Academic Programs
Faith Garcia Student Representative
Other Attendees (non-voting) Title
Criselda Yee Curriculum Specialist, Academic Programs
Gayle Feallock Catalog and Curriculum Assistant, Academic Programs
Pam Bell / Lynn Marie Rantanen e-Advising Team Members
Committee Charge:  The General Education Committee has general oversight of all issues related to the General Education program and the following specific graduation requirements: the U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals Requirement, the Language Other Than English Requirement, the Computer Competency Requirement, and the Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement.  The committee makes appropriate recommendations regarding the operation of the General Education program and fulfillment of the graduation requirements specified above.  In compliance with State mandates, the committee shall be responsible for reviewing, approving, and evaluating all new and existing lower and upper-division courses used to meet the General Education and specified graduation requirements; make recommendations on academic and student policies impacting the General Education program and the specified graduation requirements; establish and provide for periodic internal and external reviews of General Education policies and practices in a manner comparable to those of major programs; review articulation agreements with community colleges for courses satisfying General Education and the specified graduation requirements; provide information to the Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs regarding the General Education program and the specified graduation requirements; and be a resource for academic advising to ensure student fulfillment of General Education and the specified graduation requirements.  In pursuit of these duties, the committee may create ad hoc subcommittees.