The Academic Senate shall establish the following Standing Committees for the purpose of investigating issues of either a legislative or academic and professional nature, and providing recommendations for the Academic Senate Boards consideration.
- Adjunct Faculty Issues Committee
- Academic Senate Calendar Committee
- Committee on Academic Freedom & Professional Ethics
- Distance Education Committee
- Educational Policies Committee
- Faculty Technology Committee
- Shared Governance Committee
Function: To address issues for concern to part-time faculty.
|Chair: Mark Dodge||7248||Social Sciences|
|Alexis Moore||7371||Visual Media and Performing Arts|
|Lynora Rogacs||7248||Social Sciences|
|Tony Smith||7216||Visual Media and Performing Arts|
ACADEMIC SENATE CALENDAR COMMITTEE
Function: To study various configurations of the academic calendar and to make recommendations thereon to the Academic Senate Board
|Debra Folsom||7160||Natural Sciences|
Function: To recommend a Code of Ethics; to recommend policies related to academic freedom and other rights and responsibilities of the faculty; to promote understanding and adherence to such policies and such Code of Ethics as may be adopted by the Senate; to recommend for Senate approval a set of written procedures for hearing and investigating any complaints, alleged violations of Senate policies such as those on academic freedom or ethics, and any other personnel problem involving College faculty which may be referred to it; to hear or investigate any such cases brought to its attention by a member of the College faculty, by a member of the Board of Trustees, or by a community member; and, to publish reports under circumstances considered warranted by the Committee, about results of hearings or investigations.
|Chair: Daniel B. Gallup||7314||Mathematics|
|Ahni D. Dodge||7346||Business & CT|
|Claudia Van Corva||7146||Natural Sciences|
|Edward Feser||3206||Social Sciences|
|Linda Handelman||7406||Social Sciences|
|Sandra C. Haynes||7621||Visual Arts & Media Studies|
The mission of the Distance Education Committee is to develop policies and promote practices that contribute to the quality and growth of distance education at Pasadena City College.
With the understanding that faculty should have the primary responsibility for developing policies and promoting distance education practices, the Committee will support a learner-centered program designed to further student success by making recommendations to the Academicc Senate regarding:
- Curriculum and instruction, evaluation and assessment, technology, accessibility, infrastructure, and academic support services that affect all modes of distance education course delivery.
- Policy issues that may affect the union contract, including but not limited to intellectual property rights, enrollment, office hours, online course development and management, and technical support.
- Ongoing faculty development and consistent support in the areas of pedagogy and technology in order to ensure that faculty who teach distance education courses are able to provide high quality learning environments for the students of Pasadena City College.
|Chair: Lauren Arenson||7736||Social Sciences|
|Shelley Gaskin||7343||Business & CT|
|Valerie C. de Carvalho||7420||Languages|
|Ken Cheney||7130||Natural Sciences|
|Danny Hamman||3021||Social Sciences|
|Tammy Knott-Silva||7786||Kinesiology, Health & Athletics|
|Rhea Presiado||7094||Natural Sciences|
|Denise Romero||3378||Health Sciences|
|David Uranga||7750||Social Sciences|
|Claudia Van Corva||7146||Natural Sciences|
|Alicia Vargas||7551||Business & Computer Technology|
|Sonia Wurst||7353||Business & CT|
Function: Established at the Academic Senate Board meeting on September 17, 1998, to research and discuss issues of an academic and professional nature, and to develop recommendations for new and revised college polices and procedures in the following areas:
- Academic Standards
- Program Review
- Course Enrollment Management
- Classroom Behavior Management
- Educational Program Changes
- Record Keeping and Forms
|Chair: Lauren Arenson||7736||Social Sciences||C321|
|Bucky Bhadha||3362||Social Sciences||C321|
Function: To review faculty technology needs; to review the campus technology plan; and to make recommendations regarding campus technology issues impacting faculty
|Chair: Open ______________|
|Sharok Bastani||7744||Social Sciences|
|Sarah Baker||7216||PAC Division|
|Dan Cole||3171||PAC Division|
|Dave Evans||7630||Business & CT|
|Jason Huh||7506||Business & CT|
|Jerry Graves||7623||Visual Arts & Media|
|Darcy Mack||3245||Natural Sciences|
|Terry Stoddard||7785||Kinesiology, Health and Athletics|
Function: Implementation of the shared governance legislation under Assembly Bill 1725/Title 5 (Chapter 93, dated 1988); Policies related to the selection and equivalency of teaching personnel; and Procedures for faculty participation in the implementation of the recommended policies.
|Chair: Replacement needed Fall 2013-Spring 2014||English|
|Martha Bonilla [Chair: on sabbatical Fall 2013-Spring 2014]||7080|
|Danny E. Hamman||____||Social Sciences|
|Derek Milne||3238||Social Sciences|
|Sonia Kay Wurst||7353||Business & CT|