Academic Program Planning

2016-2017 Chancellor's General Education Advisory Committee (GEAC)

Meeting Schedule 2016-17
Sept. 13,
2016
| Nov. 1,
2016
| Jan. 24,
2017
| Mar. 14,
2017
| May 16,
2017
 

All meetings are from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the CSU Office of the Chancellor, in the Anacapa meeting room.

Chair

Mary Ann Creadon

Literary Studies

Humboldt State University

Vice-Chair

Mark Van Selst

Psychology

San José State University

CSU Academic Senate Representatives

Bill Eadie

Communication

San Diego State University

Steven Filling

Accounting

CSU Stanislaus

Denise Fleming

Education

CSU East Bay

Susan Gubernat

English

CSU East Bay

Barry Pasternack

Business

CSU Fullerton

Paula Selvester

Education

CSU Chico

Academic Senate CSU Academic Affairs Committee Chair Ex Officio

Jodie Ullman

Psychology

CSU San Bernardino

California Community College Academic Senate Representative

Virginia May

Mathematics

Sacramento City College

CSU Campus Academic Affairs Administrator

Michelle Hawley

CSU Los Angeles

CSU Articulation Officer

Ceci Herrmann

San Francisco State University

CCC Articulation Officer

Tiffany Tran

Irvine Valley College

CSSA Student Representative

TBD

TBD

CSSA Student Representative (Ex-officio)

TBD

TBD

CCC Chancellorís Office Representatives

Jackie Escajeda

Dean, Academic Affairs

Pam Walker

Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs

CSU Chancellorís Office Representatives

Chris Mallon

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic Programs and Faculty Development

Ken O’Donnell

Senior Director, Student Engagement and Academic Initiatives & Partnerships

Pilots

The CSU participates in the California Faculty Collaborative to foster professional learning in general education curriculum and pedagogy. We encourage pilot projects designed to gather evidence of educational effectiveness and student success, to inform and support ongoing improvement to the stateís transfer curriculum. Pilots now underway:

Statistics Pathways: Effective Fall 2015, California Community College Districts may propose statistics pathways courses in lieu of math courses based on intermediate algebra, for transfer admission eligibility or GE transfer credit. This extends a pilot period initially restricted to the Statway curriculum and six community college districts, and now includes the remaining districts and other statistics-based curriculum. Details

Oral Communication and distance delivery: The CSU has not allowed on-line delivery of courses in oral communication, but understands that may become more effective as technology evolves. Community colleges may propose new or modified courses within certain parameters. Details

Documents