In attendance were Ed Ayers, Rebecca Kneedler,
Ingrid Soudek, Reuben Rainey, George Cohen, Milton Adams, Harold
Burbach, Marva Barnett, Richard DeMong, and Doris Glick.
Mr. Ayers reported the resignation of Diane
Snustad. Ms. Snustad is unable to complete her term on the Committee
because of her many other commitments. The Committee recommended a
replacement, and this recommendation will go before the Executive
Council at its next meeting.
The Committee decided not to meet again until
March 3, but will conduct business through electronic communications.
This will give the group time to collect and review the teaching
The issuance of posthumous degrees was discussed.
There was a minor revision made in the language of the University's
policy on posthumous degrees, which was drafted in 1996. The
document will now go before the Executive Council for
The Committe discussed a proposal for a new degree
program in the School of Medicine. The group voted unanimously to
approve the proposal, contingent upon written approval from the
appropriate person in Arts & Sciences.
The meeting adjourned at 4:08 p.m.