|Harry (Trip) Knoche||LCOB||2021|
|Jaffar Ali Shahul-Hameed||CAS||2022|
2019-20 schedule is forthcoming.
The composition of the Program Review Team (PRT) shall be as follows: Each academic unit will be represented by two elected faculty members, with the exception of Library Services, which may choose to have only one, or to serve on an as-needed basis. Elected members from academic units will serve staggered 2-year terms. These members will be nominated and elected by the in-unit faculty members of their respective units. Ex officio members: Associate Vice President of Planning and Institutional Performance and/or designee.
(ii) Responsibilities and Duties
Provide recommendations to Faculty Senate for the development, periodic review, and revision of standards, policies, and procedures for university-level management of program review, creation and elimination of all degree and certificate programs and the seven-year University Program Review Plan.
Based on information received from the Office of Curriculum and Instruction, the Undergraduate Curriculum Team (UGCT) and the Graduate Curriculum Team (GCT), provide recommendations to Faculty Senate for the development, periodic review, and revision of standards, policies, and procedures for establishing new degree programs.
Review the process of program review of all degree and certificate programs, inform and make recommendations to Faculty Senate regarding the outcomes of that process.
Create additional working groups as deemed appropriate or necessary by the PRT members. The PRT facilitator can extend invitations for membership on working groups to FGCU faculty members, administrators, and/or staff members otherwise unaffiliated with the PRT.
In consultation with the Office of Planning and Institutional Performance (PIP), provide recommendations to Faculty Senate on future needs and directions in program review.
Provide information to Faculty Senate on how well FGCU program review procedures and products conform to current and future Florida Department of Education's Division of Colleges and Universities’ directives (e.g. Academic Learning Compacts).