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
- Career and Technical Education Committee
- Committee on Academic Freedom & Professional Ethics
- Committee on Committees
- 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|
|Erika Ruvell||7267||CTE: Business - Graphics, E & T|
|Anthony 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|
CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE
Function: To ensure commnicationamong departments and share resources regarding vocational education at the local, state, and national levels; integrate vocational education into the college curriculum and community; address issues and emerging rends to support the college philosophy, mission and goals,and assist inthe institutional planning; and to promote student success in completion of vocational educational course work with an emphasis on business and industry needs.
|Barbara Kissel||7271||Health Sciences|
|Kaitzer Puglia||7479||Social Sciences|
|Patricia d'Orange - Martin||7888||Counseling (On Sabbatical)|
|Wai Min Liu||7150||Natual Sciences|
|Jeffrey Mattes||7885||Health Sciences|
|Anthony Smith||7216||Visual Media and Performing Arts|
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|
|Claudia Van Corva||7146||Natural Sciences|
|Edward Feser||3206||Social Sciences|
|Linda Handelman||7406||Social Sciences|
|Sandra C. Haynes||7621||Visual Arts & Media Studies|
|Martha House||7026||Natural Sciences|
|Justus Richards||7743||Social Sciences|
|Teresa Trendler||7675||Natural Sciences|
COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES
Function: The purpose of the "Committee on Committees" is that of a short-term, standing committee, with the sole function of organizing and updating the Academic Committee's website, in relationship to all current Pasadena City College Academic Senate Committees. This update includes the following:
1. Committee Chair
2. Committee Member Names
3. Committee Contact Info. (email & extension)
4. Meeting Times, Days & Locations
5. Mission Statement/Function of Committee
6. Committee Meeting Minutes & Agendas (website portal). This will be the responsibility of the Committee Chair.
7. Reference Bylaws where applicable.
8. Work with Michael Ihrig in developing a new Academic Senate Home page, in conjunction with the new PCC website roll-out that will improve end-user experience and facilitate Committee Chair updates.
9. Training of Committee Chairs regarding website portal updates and web updates.
The purpose of this re-structuring is to ensure transparency and to improve the "end-user" aspect of the website, and to enhance recruitment techniques for all Academic Senate Committees, which are volunteer-based, in nature. Furthermore, this easy "end-user" experience, coupled with transparency will hep to improve commlunication both on campus (Student, Faculty and Administration) and off-campus (the PCC website end user).
|Chair: Jay Cho||3213||Mathematics|
|Rhea Presiado||7094||Natural Sciences|
EDUCATIONAL POLICIES COMMITTEE
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: Martha Bonilla||7080||English|
|Danny E. Hamman||____||CEC|
|Derek Milne||3238||Social Sciences|
|Sonia Kay Wurst||7353||Business & CT|