+ QCC Meeting Minutes Year 4 (16-17)

Quality Curriculum Committee meeting minutes for 2016-2017 (year four).

+ QCC Meeting Minutes Year 3 (15-16)

Quality Curriculum Committee meeting minutes for 2015-2016 (year three).

+ QCC Meeting Minutes Year 2 (14-15)

Quality Curriculum Committee meeting minutes for 2014-2015 (year two).

+ QCC Meeting Minutes Year 1 (13-14)

Quality Curriculum Committee meeting minutes for 2013-2014 (year one).


Committee Members

  • CHAIR:
    Linda Moneyham, PhD, RN, FAAN

    Senior Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
    Professor, Family, Community & Health Systems
    School of Nursing

  • Courtney Bentley, EdD

    Associate Dean
    School of Education

  • Donald Burke, PhD

    Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
    Associate Director, Advanced Safety Engineering & Management
    School of Engineering

  • Stacey Cofield, PhD

    Associate Professor, Biostatistics
    Chair, Online Education Committee
    School of Public Health

  • Maria Hopkins, PhD

    Director, Undergraduate Studies
    Associate Professor, Psychology
    College of Arts & Sciences

  • Andrew Keitt, PhD

    Faculty Senate Representative to University-wide Committee
    Associate Professor, History
    Graduate Program Director, History
    College of Arts & Sciences

  • Karen Kennedy, PhD

    Senior Associate Dean
    Associate Professor, Marketing
    Collat School of Business

  • Samira Laouzai, MS

    Deputy Director/Manager, eLearning Services and Quality Assurance
    Quality Matters Coordinator
    Division eLearning & Professional Studies

  • Pam Paustian, PhD, RHIA, LSSGB

    Associate Professor and Executive Director
    Division of eLearning & Professional Studies

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