The Faculty Senate on March 14 approved the transfer of the Department of Resource Economics from the Isenberg School of Management to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Provost James V. Staros says the move was in response to a request from Mark Fuller, dean of the Isenberg School. Daniel Lass, current departmental chairman, told the senate he discussed the issue with Robert Feldman, dean of SBS and that the transfer was agreeable to all parties.
The senate also approved a series of new courses:
Anthropology 256, “Bizarre Foods,” English 268, “American Literature and Culture