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General Education Council

Mary Ellen Cavitt, Associate Vice President, Academic Success, Dean, University College, Chair

APPLIED ARTS
Elizabeth Blunk, Associate Professor, Family and Consumer Sciences (2021)
Michael Supancic, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice (2021)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Jaymeen Shah, Professor, Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Methods (2023)
Dean Showalter, Associate Professor, Economics (2024)

EDUCATION
Carol Delaney, Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction (2024)
Michelle Hamilton, Professor, Health and Human Performance (2023)

FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATION
Marian Houser, Professor, Communication Studies (2024)
Liz Rodda, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer, Art & Design (2024)

HEALTH PROFESSIONS
Celeste Domsch, Regent's Teacher, Communication Disorders (2022)
Tiankai Wang, Professor, Health Information Management (2024)

HONORS
Peter Tschirhart, Senior Lecturer, Honors College (2024)

LIBERAL ARTS
William Kelemen, Professor, Psychology (2024)
Nancy Wilson, Associate Professor, English (2023)

SCIENCE
Harold Stern, Professor, Engineering (2022)
Alex White, Professor, Mathematics (2024)

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Lisa Chrans, Senior Lecturer, University College (2024)

CHAIR REPRESENTATIVES
Craig Hanks, Chair and Professor, Philosophy (2023)
Erik Timmerman, Chair and Professor, Communication Studies (2024)

Ex Officio:
Jaimie Haider, Advising Representative, University College

Student Members: 
Madison Green, Representative, Student Government
Austin Guzman, Representative, Student Government

Function:
Provides a mechanism for ongoing discussion about the content and policies for this university-wide body of instruction and how to help Texas State students achieve the intellectual skills and knowledge that will prepare them for private, public, and professional lives.  Considers major (substantive) curriculum and/or policy recommendations, e.g., changes of the structure or redefining the primary components with the essential skills, disciplinary perspectives, integrative courses, and other General Education requirements as defined in the catalog.  Also considers minor (non-substantive) recommendations, e.g., specific courses within the general areas outlined previously.  Advises the Associate Vice President for Academic Success on all these matters.