|COLLEGE||COMMITTEE MEMBER||APPEALS OFFICER|
|Arts & Sciences||Gordon Woodward||William Watts|
|CASNR||Don Lee||Dann Husmann|
|Engineering||Raymond Moore||Lori Straatmann|
|Fine & Performing Arts||Gail Kendall, Al Rometo, or Harris Smith||Sara Fedderson|
|General Studies||Nancy Mitchell||TBA|
|Graduate College||Barbara Brennan||Jane Schneider|
|Education and Human Sciences||John Maag||Denise Howell|
|Journalism||Mike Goff||Stacy James|
|Public Affairs||Colleen Kadleck||Karen Fulton|
The Grading and Examinations Committee shall consist of:
(a) one faculty member selected from and by each of the undergraduate colleges at
(b) two undergraduate student selected as determined by ASUN;
(c) one graduate student selected as determined by ASUN;
(d) the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, or designee;
(e) the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, or designee; and
(f) one faculty member selected by UNL Graduate Council.
TERM OF OFFICE
Faculty members shall serve three year terms. The terms will begin with the academic year, and will be staggered as determined by the Committee on Committees. The Grading and Examinations Committee shall be responsible for notifying appropriate bodies when replacement members are required.
(1) The Grading and Examinations Committee shall be responsible for continued study and evaluation of the existing grading and final examinations systems, shall consider and evaluate proposals for change and modification of the systems, and shall make recommendations for action to the Faculty Senate.
(2) The Grading and Examinations Committee shall recommend to the Faculty Senate examination procedures and review and approve the final examination schedules after receiving recommendations prepared by appropriate administrative officers.
(3) The Grading and Examinations Committee shall consider student appeals regarding "W" and "P/N" policies according to procedures established by the committee and printed in the "UNL Schedule of Classes."
Note: The Grading and Examinations Committee does NOT serve as a grade appeals committee.
OPERATING PROCEDURES AND GUIDELINES ADOPTED BY COMMITTEE
The committee shall file in the Faculty Senate Office (a) minutes of its meetings, and (b) a current statement of operating procedures and guidelines adopted by the committee itself. For more information on this committee and general Faculty Senate rules governing its operations, see the Preface.