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CAA expresses shock, concerns with shared governance proposal

Rebecca Throneburg is a member of the Council on Academic Affairs and is a communications disorders and sciences professor. CAA discussed new changes in the shared governance discussion and added two action items to their agenda for next week.

Brooke Schwartz, News Editor

September 20, 2018

While the end of shared governance discussions may have seemed over to some following the conclusion of the Faculty Senate meeting on Tuesday, members of the Council on Academic Affairs were in for a surprise at their meeting Sept. 20. The senate ended their meeting with Todd Bruns, senate chair and scholarly communication librarian and institutional repository director, heading off to write a more ...

CAA changes music, history courses

Elias Albert, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2015

The Council on Academic Affairs made changes to curriculum in the sections of music and history during its meeting Thursday. In the music department, revisions were made to the course MUS 4980 Workshop in Music, which will now have online and hybrid options for students who wish to take it. Shellie...

CAA to vote on adding online elements to course

Cassie Buchman, Administration Editor

October 7, 2015

The Council on Academic Affairs will vote on revising MIS 4850 Systems Security to add an online component to the course at their meeting 2 p.m. Tuesday in room 4440 of Booth Library. MIS is the Management Information Systems major. Marita Gronnvoll, chair of the CAA, said the course would be updated...

CAA to vote on 3 new courses

Megan Ivey, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2015

The Council for Academic Affairs will review and vote on three new courses, two in the sociology and anthropology department and one in the psychology department, during its meeting Thursday. Marita Gronnvoll, CAA chair, said the three new course proposals are for ANT 3610 Language and Culture, PSY...

CAA suspends bylaws, fast tracks revision process

Cassandra Buchman, Administration Editor

September 16, 2015

The Council on Academic Affairs will vote on revising two chemistry classes and add new members at their meeting Tuesday. The chemistry classes are General Chemistry II and General Chemistry Laboratory II. Marita Gronnvoll, chair of the CAA, said the council is going to vote to suspend the bylaws...

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