Academic Program Planning

2013-2014 Chancellor's General Education Advisory Committee (GEAC)

Meeting Schedule 2013-14
Sept. 17, 2013 | Oct. 29, 2013 | Jan. 21, 2014 | Mar. 18, 2014 |    May 13, 2014
 

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

Chair

Mark Van Selst

Psychology

San Josť

Vice-Chair

Kate Fawver

History

Dominguez Hills

CSU Academic Senate Representatives

Steven Filling

Accounting

Stanislaus

Andreas Gebauer

Chemistry

Bakersfield

Susan Gubernat

English

East Bay

David Hood

History

Long Beach

Kathryn Kaiser

Sociology

Chico

Patricia Kalayjian

Interdisciplinary Studies

Dominguez Hills

Catherine Nelson

Political Science

Sonoma

Barry Pasternack

Business

Fullerton

Academic Senate CSU Academic Affairs Committee Chair Ex Officio

Christine Miller

Communication Studies

Sacramento

California Community College Academic Senate Representative

John Stanskas

Chemistry

San Bernardino Valley College

CSU Campus Academic Affairs Administrator

Elizabeth Adams

CSU Northridge

CSU Articulation Officer

Terri Eden

San Josť State University

CCC Articulation Officer

Joseph Bielanski

Berkeley City College

CSSA Student Representative

Jessica Taketa

CSU Long Beach

CSSA Student Representative Ex Officio

Jackie Aboud

CSU San Bernardino

CCC Chancellorís Office Representatives

Jeff Spano

Dean, Student Services

CSU Chancellorís Office Representatives

Christine Mallon

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic Programs and Faculty Development

Ken O’Donnell

Senior Director, Student Engagement and Academic Initiatives & Partnerships

Pilots

The CSU maintains a Teaching Commons to foster innovative approaches to general education and transfer. We encourage pilot projects designed to gather evidence of educational effectiveness and student success, to inform and support ongoing improvement. Pilots now underway:

Statway: Six California Community College Districts are authorized to test alternate pathways to college-level math proficiency without losing CSU articulation. 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

Alternate GE at Santa Barbara City College: The CSU Chancellor has granted limited approval to Santa Barbara City College to deliver an Alternate General Education transfer curriculum, embedding some learning outcomes across a range of courses and high-impact practices. Details

Documents