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Accreditation & Continuous Improvement Committee Meeting Minutes: May 16, 2007 Attendees: Eve Riskin (Chair), Martin Afromowitz (EE), Jim Borgford-Parnell (CELT), Carl Ebeling (CSE), Brad Holt (CHEM E),
 

Summary: Accreditation & Continuous Improvement Committee Meeting Minutes: May 16, 2007
Attendees: Eve Riskin (Chair), Martin Afromowitz (EE), Jim Borgford-Parnell (CELT), Carl Ebeling (CSE), Brad Holt (CHEM E),
om Horbett (BIOE), Don Janssen (CEE), Karen Kasonic (TC), John Kramlich (ME), Uy-Loi Ly (AA), Janice Henderson (CoE).T
Absent: Lucien Brush (MSE), Monica Duke (CSE), Rick Gustafson (PSE), Richard Storch (IND E), Eric Stuve (CHEM E).
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Engineering Content in CSE 142 and CSE 143
Pat Daniels said the write-up by Stuart Reges is okay. Stuart's name and date will be added to the statement. This
statement will be included in Appendix II with the CSE 142/143 course syllabi and with the course packets. All
departments will count CSE 142/143 for the 9 credits of engineering.
How should visitors be listed in the self-study who teach courses in your department?
Ed Jones' suggestions:
"Some possible ways:
a. Construct a faculty table for adjuncts similar to the one in the self study for 'regular" faculty.
This would be better if there is a substantial number.
b. Put a bio sketch of perhaps 100-200 words on the course sheets--makes sense if a handful or so.
c. Put in the regular faculty table as adjuncts, and include the 2-page CVs. If the same folks teach
regularly, this makes some sense."
Eve Riskin's training as a program evaluator
Eve provided the group with several handouts from her training in Newark, NJ on May 5th
. She talked about ABET's

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences