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College of Business and Behavioral Science

Graduate Committees

Graduate Academic Integrity Committee

Allegations of violations of academic integrity on the part of a graduate student should be addressed according to the policy and the procedures of the Graduate Academic Integrity Committee. The Graduate Academic Integrity Committee membership consists of four tenured faculty members from each of the academic colleges who serve two-year staggered terms and five graduate students, one from each college, and one selected from the interdisciplinary programs of the Graduate School, all of whom serve one year terms. An associate dean of the Graduate School is the administrative coordinator and non-voting member of the Graduate Academic Integrity Committee.

CBBS representatives include:
2012-13
Catherine Mobley (2013)
Russ Purvis (2013)
Daryl Guffey (2015)
Jesse Moore (2015)

2011-12
Catherine Mobley (2013)
Russ Purvis (2013)
Daryl Guffey (2012)
Chris Pagano (2012)

2010-11
John Mittelstaedt (2011)
Russ Purvis (2011)
Daryl Guffey (2012)
Chris Pagano (2012)

2009-10
John Mittelstaedt (2011)
Russ Purvis (2011)
Tom Dickens (2010)
Chris Pagano (2010)

Graduate Curriculum Committee

Composed of the Vice-Provost and Dean of the Graduate School as non-voting chair, plus two regular faculty representatives of the graduate curriculum committees of the several colleges, one of whom will be the chair of the college graduate committee and the other elected by the college graduate committee. Should a college have a single curriculum committee, the college committee will elect two regular faculty representatives to this committee.

CBBS representatives include:
2011-12
Fred Switzer (2012)
Nona Woolbright (2012)

2010-11
Mark McKnew (2012)
Nona Woolbright (2012)

2009-11
Mark McKnew (2010)
Tom Alley (2011)

Graduate Admissions and Continuing Enrollment Appeals Committee

Deals primarily with graduate admissions and continuing enrollment appeals. Its recommendations on policy and reports on general statistics are submitted to the Academic Council. Membership consists of one faculty representative from each college elected by the collegiate faculty for three-year terms. The associate Dean of the Graduate School serves as non-voting chair.

CBBS representatives include:
2012-14
Catherine Mobley (2014)
Molly Espey (2016)

2011-12
Catherine Mobley (2014)

2010-11
Chris Pagano (2011)

2009-10
Chris Pagano (2011)

Graduate Advisory Committee

Graduate Advisory Committee independently studies and reviews policy on non-curricular graduate student academic matters and on those issues affecting the general welfare of graduate students. Membership consists of one faculty member from each college elected by the collegiate faculties for three-year terms and two graduate students appointed by the president of graduate student government. The non-voting chair is the Vice-Provost and Dean of the Graduate School.

CBBS representatives include:
2012-13
Richard Klein (2014)

2011-12
Richard Klein (2014)

2010-11
Richard Klein (2011)

2009-10
Richard Klein (2011)

Graduate Fellowship and Awards Committee

Graduate Fellowships and Awards Committee formulates and recommends policies and procedures relating to graduate fellowships and awards. It oversees selection of the recipients for university-wide fellowships and the campus competition from departmental nominations for outstanding graduate teaching assistants as well as future award recognitions for graduate students. Membership consists of one faculty member representative from each college elected by the collegiate faculties for a staggered two-year term. Non-voting members are the director of financial aid or designee and an assistant/associate Dean of the Graduate School (chair).

CBBS representatives include:
2011-12
Sri Sridharan (2015)

2011-12
Jason Thatcher (2012)

2010-11
Jason Thatcher (2012)

2009-10
Jason Thatcher (2010)

Graduate Academic Grievance Committee

The Graduate Academic Grievance Committee consists of 15 faculty representatives, three from each college, and five student representatives, preferably one from each college. Faculty representatives are selected by their colleges and serve three-year staggered terms. Student representatives on the committee are selected and approved by the Graduate Student Government through an application and interview process in the spring semester. Students serve one-year terms. No member of the Graduate Academic Grievance Committee may simultaneously be a member of the undergraduate academic grievance committee, nor may they be members of the undergraduate or graduate academic integrity committees. The selection of faculty and student membership on the Graduate Academic Grievance Committee will occur in April of each year as needed.

CBBS representatives include:
2012-13
Frances Edwards (2016)
Margaret Britz (2013)
Wayne Stewart (2013)

2011-12
Bill Haller (2012)
Margaret Britz (2013)
Wayne Stewart (2013)

2010-11
Bill Haller (2012)
Margaret Britz (2013)
Nona Woolbright (2011)

2009-10
Bill Haller (2012)
Mike Maloney (2010)
Nona Woolbright (2011)

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