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Minutes

The corrected minutes for the 2/28 meeting have been posted in addition to the minutes for 4/25.

4/25 Meeting

The “Agenda & Proposals” for the 4/25 meeting are now available.

Minutes

Minutes for the March 21st meeting are now available.

3/21 Agenda

The Agenda & Proposals for the March 21st meeting is now available.

Minutes from 2/14

The minutes from 2/14 are now available.

February 14th meeting

The agenda and proposals are now available online.

Agenda & Proposals

The agenda and proposals for the January 31st meeting are now available.

November 29th

The Agenda & Proposals for the November 29th meeting have been posted. Please note the location change for this meeting: it will be taking place at it’s usual time, but in the Student Union Rm. 324.

November 8th Materials

The Adgenda & Proposals as well as the minutes for the November 8th meeting have been posted.

Minutes for 10/25

Minutes for the October 25th meeting are now available.

Minutes and Agendas

The minutes for the 10/11 meeting as well as the Plan B report from September are available in addition to the Agenda and Proposals for 10/25.

October 25th Agenda

The October 25th Agenda is now available.

October 11th Agenda

The October 11th agenda is now available on the “Current Agendas, Minutes and Proposals” page.

Agenda for August 30th Meeting Available

The first meeting of the semester will be devoted to a demonstration and discussion of the new workflow system for submitting Course Action Requests for all undergraduate courses requiring approval of GEOC and/or the Senate.

Special Guests:

Eric Schultz, GEOC Chair and one of the architects of the workflow system

Cheryl Galli, Administrative Assistant to the Senate, aka “CAR Czar”

New Online Course Proposal System

There is a new online course proposal system, to be found here. Use of this system is obligatory for all proposals that require approval by GEOC and Senate C&C. As of now, the system may (but need not) be used for course proposals to CLAS CC&C. An advantage of using this system from the start is that, upon CLAS approval, the proposal will be automatically passed on for further review if needed.