Historical Note

September 1935

first mention of the Committee on Educational Policy in Faculty Meeting minutes

8 May 1951

proposal for Committee on Curriculum

 

“elected committee to be substituted for the CEP in order to explore problems related to curriculum” (Faculty Meeting minutes)

 

replaces CEP effective 1 July 1951

27 October 1965

President Sawyer announces he will propose a new committee to review transcendent curricular and calendar issues

8 December 1965

President Sawyer announces appointments to Committee on Educational Policy—10 faculty, President and Chairman of Curriculum Committee (serve ex officio), and a staff assistant; the Provost ( Chandler) will serve as chairman

12 December 1965

first meeting of newly formed CEP

16 March 1966

first major curricular proposal by CEP, plan includes:

 

-calendar

 

-requirements

 

-workload

 

-honors

 

-faculty allocation

 

-registration/advising

11 May 1966

Dean of Faculty created to assume some of the workload from the Provost and the President; part of the job will be “curricular issues” and chairing the CEP

25 May 1966

last mention of separate Curriculum Committee, CEP assumes all responsibility for curricular planning

27 May 1968

post of chairman of the CEP separated from job of Dean of Faculty

   
CEP Chairs

1965-67

John Chandler (as part of job as Provost and then Dean of Faculty)

1967-68

Dudley Bahlman (as Dean of the Faculty)

1968-69

Francis Oakley

1969-71

Fred Greene

1971-72

Andrew Crider

1972-73

Robert Kozelka

1973-75

William Gates

1975-76

William Fox

1976-77

Al Goethals

1977-78

Gordon Winston

1978-79

William Moomaw

1979-80

Donald deB. Beaver

1980-81

Stuart Crampton

1981-83

Lawrence Graver

1983-84

Andrew Crider

1984-87

Thomas Jorling