Educational Policy


Teresa Cole (17)

Faculty Members

Grant McCall (SLA) (18)
Rich Teichgraeber (SLA) (17)
Jenny Gibson (SOM) (18)
Raj Ettarh (SOM) (18)
Damir Khismatullin (SSE) (18)
Laura Schrader (SSE) (19)
TBD (ABF) (19)
John Klingman (Arch) (18)
Catherine Hancock (Law) (19)
Stephanie Baus (SSW) (17)
Patricia Scarafia (SPHTM) (19)
Lance Green (SCS) (18)

Representatives of the Administration (voting)

Dean, Newcomb-Tulane College: James MacLaren
Dean, SLA: Carole Haber

Student Members

USG: Erin Blake (17)
USG: Chen Yu (17)
GAPSA: Dave Shiwdin (17)
GAPSA: Ripul Dutt (17)

Ex Officio (non-voting)

Director, Innovative Learning Center
Director, ERC
Senior VP, Academic Affairs and Provost: Ana Lopez

Administrative Liaison

Satyajit Dattagupta


Executive: a) University-wide–To review and make recommendations to the faculties and deans regarding: i) policies and procedures that affect teaching; ii) the quality of support services relevant to teaching quality b) Undergraduate programs– i) To review admissions policies to assure acceptable minimum standards. [This function excludes review of interdivisional transfers and review of advance standing determinations for transfer students seeking admission from outside the University.] ii) To review the admission and academic performance of student athletes according to current Senate policy.

Advisory: a) on questions related to academic policy and planning, admissions, and student financial aid within the University which may either have been referred to, or have originated with, the Committee; b) in recommending a satisfactory calendar for University operations; c) in recommending the initiation of new or the termination of existing undergraduate degree programs, new undergraduate majors involving two or more units, and the initiation of new or the termination of existing joint undergraduate degrees or joint undergraduate/graduate degree programs.


Chair, the Vice Chair of the Senate; two faculty members from the School of Liberal Arts; two faculty members from the School of Science and Engineering; two faculty members from the School of Medicine; one faculty member from each of the remaining academic constituencies excepting the Newcomb-Tulane College; two members from the Administration; and three students, each from a different academic constituency. Ex officio (non-voting) – the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, the Dean of Newcomb-Tulane College, the Chief Technology Officer or the CTO's designee, and the Director of the Educational Resource Center. Either the Committee on Committees or the Educational Policy Committee may designate other representatives of the administration as non-voting members.



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