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Other PCOE Committees

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NameRepresentationMode AppointedYearsTerm BeginTerm End
Dr. Judy Abbott* Dean's Office Dean Serves as Chair Ongoing N/A N/A
Dr. Adam Akerson Elem. Ed. Faculty Member 3 Years 2014 2017
Mr. Weldon Beard Community Community Rep 3 Years 2014 2017
Ms. Lysa Hagan Elem. Ed. Ex-Officio non-voting Ongoing N/A N/A
Ms. Lori Harkness Elem. Ed. ECHL 3 Years 2014 2017
Ms. Janna McCall Elem. Ed. Teacher 3 Years 2014 2017
Dr. Melanie Vardeman Community New parent member 3 Years 2014 2017
Dr. Elizabeth Vaughan Elem. Ed. Dept. Chair Ongoing N/A N/A

 

James I. Perkins College of Education Professional Development Travel Committee

The Perkins College of Education (PCOE) Professional Development Travel Committee is responsible for recommending to the dean of the PCOE, funding for faculty professional development activities.  Resources are available from the PCOE Development Fund.  Membership is comprised of PCOE College Council members, one representing each department and school.  Service is for two academic years and is a staggered rotation. The committee chair must have at least one year of experience on the committee.  Committee work is primarily electronic and recommendations are made on a monthly basis.

 

 

James I. Perkins College of Education Tenure and Promotion Committees

The Perkins College of Education (PCOE) Tenure and Promotion Committees are charged with recommending to the dean of the PCOE, faculty to be considered for tenure, promotion to assistant professor, promotion to associate professor, and promotion to full professor.  Faculty who serve on these committees must be tenured and must have attained the level of promotion being sought by applicants.  Each committee consists of one elected representative from each department/school who serves one academic year.  The committees select a chair and meet during the fall semester.  Committee members use department/school tenure and promotion guidelines to make tenure and/or promotion recommendations to the dean.  Meetings follow the department/school recommendations with the majority of the work occurring in late November and early December.