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University Writing Committee

Chair: Deborah McCutchen

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Annual Report of the University Writing Committee 2007-2008: Junior Year Writing Program Review

The next meeting of the University Writing Committee will take place on January 24, 2014 at 1:20 p.m. in Bartlett Hall, Room 316.


The University Writing Committee shall:
(a) Recommend policies concerning the administration and operation of the University Writing
     Program;
(b) Monitor and oversee the Freshman Component of the Writing Program;
(c) Approve and monitor the Junior-Year Writing Component in the University’s academic units;
(d) Evaluate the program and, on the basis of this evaluation, suggest changes in procedures or
     policies; and
(e) Advise the Provost on the distribution of funds designated for the Junior-Year Writing
     Component.

Its membership shall be:
(a) Seven Faculty Members, including at least two from the Professional Schools and one
     Representative from the Professional Library Staff, selected at large;
(b) The Director of the Writing Program, serving ex officio;
(c) The Associate Director of the Writing Program for Junior Year, serving ex officio;
(d) The Provost or a designee, serving ex officio;
(e) The Secretary of the Faculty Senate or a designee, serving ex officio, non-voting;
(f)  One Graduate Student; and
(g) One Undergraduate Student.

From Chapter 6 Section 6 of the Faculty Senate Bylaws

 

 

 

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