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​​Syllabus Definition Task Force

​Committee Membership

Mark Nowel, O.P., Undergraduate and Graduate Dean's Office/Biology (Chair) 
Brian Bartolini, Academic Affairs
*Eric Bennett, English
Janet Castleman, School of Continuing Education
Angela Dills, Center for Teaching Excellence/Economics
 Laurie Grupp, Center for Teaching Excellence/Elementary/Special Education
**Thomas King, Management 
Sheila Adamus Liotta, School of Arts & Sciences
Charles Rainville, '16
*   Faculty Senate Representative
** Core Curriculum Committee Representative

Committee Charge

Define “course syllabus” for Providence College. Articulate the purpose of syllabi, including their standard/required and optional elements and their proper availability/dissemination; identify audiences for course syllabi and the needs of/for each; create a single course syllabus template, or multiple templates, to guide syllabus development across the College. Workgroup decision-making should be guided by the evaluation of relevant research, as well as common and preferred practices related to syllabus development in higher education.
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