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Standing Committees

Teaching, Learning, Assessment and Curriculum Committee
The committee is comprised of one full-time faculty member representing each department and one representative at-large elected by the Romain College of Business faculty, plus the Assistant Dean, the Assessment Coordinator and the representative to the University Curriculum Committee serving as ex-officio members. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean on all undergraduate curriculum policies and practices including, but not limited to, existing program and course modifications, new course development and program development. The committee will review and modify the college's learning outcomes assessment plan. The committee identifies and promote pedagogical best practices and responsibilities in the learning process. In addition, the committee is responsible for instructional resource support.

Promotion and Tenure Committee
The committee is comprised of one full-time tenured faculty member representing each department and one full-time tenured representative at-large elected by the Romain College of Business faculty, with the representative to the University Promotions Committee serving as an ex-officio member. All four committee members should come from different disciplines. The committee evaluates and makes recommendations on all Romain College of Business faculty applications for promotion, tenure, reappointment and sabbatical leaves. In addition, the committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean on all policies and procedures regarding such decisions.

Graduate Committee
The committee is comprised of one full-time graduate faculty member representing each department and one full-time graduate faculty representative at-large elected by the Romain College of Business faculty, plus the graduate program director(s) and the Assessment Coordinator serving as ex-officio members. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean related to graduate programs and their assessment. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, graduate program policies, curriculum, faculty graduate status, program viability, student appeals and the identification and promotion of responsibilities in the learning process.

Faculty Affairs Committee
The committee is comprised of one full-time faculty member representing each department and one full-time faculty representative at-large elected by the Romain College of Business faculty, plus the Faculty and Student Awards Coordinator servings as an ex-officio member. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean related to faculty activities within the Romain College of Business. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, policies and/or programs relating to faculty governance, faculty development and faculty awards. In addition, the committee is responsible for the enhancement of the research environment within the College, including the identification of important resources for conducting research.

Student Affairs Committee
The committee is comprised of one full-time faculty member representing each department and one full-time faculty representative at-large elected by the Romain College of Business faculty, plus the Faculty and Student Awards Coordinator serving as an ex-officio member. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean related to student activities within the Romain College of Business. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, policies and/or programs relating to faculty-student connections outside the classroom, student advising and student awards.

Strategic Planning Committee
The committee is comprised of one full-time faculty member representing each department, one full-time faculty representative at large elected by the Romain College of Business faculty, and the Faculty Chair, plus the Associate Dean and Dean serving as ex-officio members. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean related to strategic planning, implementation and related resources. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, review, modification and coordination of the College's strategic planning and implementation processes, as well as ensure integration of budgeting and planning.

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