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GOVERNANCE @ TCC

 

CURRICULUM COMMITTEE
  • Reviews and recommends for approval new academic programs and academic programs to be discontinued
  • Considers and recommends approval of changes to existing academic programs
  • Review and recommends approval of new courses and changes in course numbers, titles, descriptions, credit hours, and prerequisites
  • Reviews and recommends policies and procedures related to degree requirements for all college programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
  • Reports through the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer

 

Read the bylaws (pdf)

 

 

Contact the Chair

 

COMMITTEE CHARGE


2014-2015

  • Ensure Curriculum Procedures Handbook contains current information and any revisions to the handbook be effectively communicated to the TCC community.  
  • Provide a sub-committee that will define all of the General Education core courses available for use.
  • Curriculum Committee ‘business as usual.
MEETINGS

Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month from September through April (except December) in locations as specified.

 

DATE
LOCATION
TIME

  September 25, 2014

Chesapeake Campus

Whitehurt Bldg, Room 2057

12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

  October 16, 2014

Regional Automotive Center

2:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 November 20, 2014

Virginia Beach Campus

Student Center, Room 313

2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 January 22, 2015

Chesapeake Campus

Student Center, Room 3300
(Big Otter Room)

2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

February 19, 2015

TBA
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 March 19, 2015

TBA
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

April 16, 2015

TBA
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

June 18, 2015

TBA
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 

MEMBERS

2014 - 2015 Members

Representing

Jennifer Hopkins

Chesapeake Faculty, Art and Design

Linda Williams

Chesapeake Faculty, Business Management

Jack Hollinger

Virginia Beach Faculty, Communication

Phyllis Gowdy

Norfolk Faculty, Developmental English

Diana Branton

Virginia Beach Faculty, Developmental Mathematics

Thomas Stout, Chair

Chesapeake Faculty, Engineering Technology

Robert House

Virginia Beach, English

Kimberly Curry-Lorenco

Portsmouth, Health Professions

Vacant

Norfolk Faculty, Humanities/Fine Arts

David Warren

Vacant

Chesapeake Faculty, Industrial Technology

Larry Nobles

Susan Dozier

Virginia Beach Faculty, Information Systems Technology

Jeannie Taylor

Chesapeake Faculty, Mathematics

Forrest Crock

Chesapeake Faculty, Natural Sciences

Maura Lansing, Recorder

Virginia Beach Faculty, Public Services

Calvin Scheidt, Vice Chair

Virginia Beach Faculty, Social Sciences
David Kiracofe
Chesapeake Faculty, Social Sciences
Greg Frank

Virginia Beach Administrator

Jim Perkinson

Chesapeake Administrator

Allison Harwell

Virginia Beach, Student Services and Learning Resources

Cheryl Nabati

Virginia Beach, Student Services and Learning Resources

Tiffani Wright
District, Student Services and Learning Resources
Jeanetta Hollins

Chesapeake Classified

Jessica Gorber

Chesapeake, PAPC Appointee

Kevin Brady
Chesapeake, PAPC Appointee
Kellie Sorey

District, Ex-Officio

Rhonda D'Amore

District, Ex-Officio

Barbara Murray

District, Ex-Officio

* Representatives must be from two different disciplines

MEMBERSHIP: Representatives from the teaching faculty are elected college-wide by discipline groups as aggregated below. Counselors, LRC representatives, and academic deans are elected college-wide by their peers.  The classified staff representative is elected by the Classified Association. Up to three teaching faculty members may be appointed for a one-year term by the PAPC to ensure equitable representation from the four campuses.

Each voting member elected by his/her constituency group shall serve a two-year term, with a 50% overlap from year to year. If a member should step down from the committee prior to the end of his/her term, a replacement shall be appointed by the Committee Chair to serve out the remainder of the term. At the end of the term, the replacement will be eligible for election to serve a subsequent two-year term.

Members may be re-elected or re-appointed after one year off the Committee.

Elections will be conducted to fill committee vacancies and results reported to the Chair prior to the April meeting each year.

 

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