General Education Committee
In Spring 2010, the faculty created a University General Education Committee consisting of one representative from each college. The representative, determined by the college, has one vote. The committee was created to ensure The University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO's) general education program is student-centered, aligned with specific Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs), and assessable.
The University General Education Committee is responsible for (1) establishing the definition, criteria, and learning outcomes for each university general education area; (2) reviewing syllabi and approving courses used to satisfy university general education requirements; and (3) facilitating on-going review, assessment, and modification of the university general education curriculum.
Deborah Smith-Howell, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs & Dean for Graduate Studies facilitates the committee.
|General Education Committee 2018 - 2019|
|Joan Latchaw||College of Arts & Science|
|Kath Henebry||College of Business Administration|
|Melissa Berke||College of Communication, Fine Arts & Media|
|Germaine Huber||College of Education|
|Kate Cooper||College of Information Science & Technology|
|Jeff Knapp||College of Public Affairs & Community Service|
|Matt Tracy||Director of General Education and Dual Enrollment|
|Sammi Kaiser||Academic Advisors|
|Cara Ortega||Records & Registration|
|Karen Hein||Center for Faculty Excellence|
|Jill Russell||Academic Affairs/Accreditation|
|Tammi Owens||Criss Library|
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