Members Absent: Edwards, 3rd representative from CBA; Lindsay, Strom,
COE; Bevernitz, CPS; Darsey, CSAM; Clowney, GSA
Ex-Officio: Hanson, Sheen, Smith, Grad Sch
Others Present: M. Robinson, CARE; Golden, Crim Just.
1. Approval of minutes, December 12, 2000: approved
2. Old Business: none
3; New Business:
a. Report of Curriculum Sub-Committee:
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
CARE: Addition to Program Admission Requirements Approved
COLLEGE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
CRJU: 8100, 8200, 8400, 8500, 8600 Thesis (Jeff Walker/Jim Golden) (delete) Approved
SOWK 8218 Loss, Grief, and Social Work Practice (new) Lu
8307 Theories of Marriage and Family Therapy (new) Lu Santa Cruz
8308 Ethical Issues in Couple and Family Therapy (new) Lu Santa Cruz
8309 Intergenerational Family Therapy (new) Lu Santa Cruz
(tabled in committee for further information)
ASCI 4355/5355 Elastic Wave Theory (new) Haydar Al-Shukri
SYEN: 4329/5329 Robust and Optimal Control (new) Seddik
4330/5330 Computer Architecture I (new) Jung Kim
4366/5366 Advanced Digital Systems (new) Jung H. Kim
All were approved as requested
b. Report of Personnel Sub-Committee:
Brenton, Angela l., Prof & Dean, College of Professional Studies.
Bruhn, Russel E., Assoc Prof & Chair, Dept of Information Science.
Clifton, Thomas G., Asst Prof, ART
Roussin, Wendy, Asst Prof, ART)
Gilbert, Kathleen M., Assoc Prof, Dept of Microbiology & Immunology, UAMS, to serve on committees and supervise graduate research, 1/02 to 12/31/04.
Smith, Gary S., Dir. Div of Exceptional Children, LRSD, to serve on dissertation committee for Jennifer Hennessey, 1/02 to 1/04
Nannen, LeAnn, Vision Specialist, NLRSD to serve on comprehensive exam committees, 2/1/02 to 6/1/03 (renewal)
All requests were approved, except for Thomas Clifton whose application was tabled for updated information.
c. Report of Program Review Committee: Committee met today. There will be a program for consideration at the next meeting – Gerontology.
4. Other Business:
5. Dean’s Report: 1) “Racing Form” will be no longer (as of fall 2002). All will be web-based information. 2) New Catalogs are out and being sent to deans, coordinators, departments and faculty. 3) Enrollment is approximately 1700 now. UALR is up about 4% to 11,000 already. 4) Conference of Southern Graduate Schools is meeting in Baton Rouge in February, if anyone is interested see the Dean for further information. 5) The Graduate Academic Code (GAC) will go to the Senate on February 1, 2002
Meeting adjourned at 3:37 p.m.
Next meeting is scheduled for February 13, 2002.