Research, Scholarship, & The Creative Arts
Chair - Professor Chris Burns
This committee shall have responsibility for matters relating to research activities, scholarly work and the creative arts carried out at the University. The research purview includes graduate and undergraduate education. It shall review, recommend, and participate in the formulation of policy with respect to resources related to RSCA including physical facilities, allocation of space, and library resources, as well as resources for graduate and undergraduate RSCA programs; it will make recommendations to assure effective use of these resources. It shall serve as liaison between the Senate and the administration on such matters as, but not limited to: the broad role of the University in advancing knowledge and communication through research, scholarship and the creative arts; external and internal support for encouraging research, scholarship and creative arts, including graduate and undergraduate participation; intellectual property and technology transfer; and ethical issues and issues affecting the academic environment as these arise in pursuit of research, scholarship or creative arts. It shall consult frequently with other University and collegiate committees that are charged to initiate, maintain, and monitor institutional support programs for research, scholarship, and creative arts, as well as maintain close liaison with appropriate administrative offices in its areas of responsibility.
Jeffrey Spees* sabbatical alternate
Research, Scholarship & Graduate Education Meeting Schedules, Agendas & Minutes:
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