1 ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE This committee will establish and implement criteria for admission to the professional pharmacy program according to the University and College Council regulations and will identify and approve for admission suitable qualified candidates. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Analyze the changes to admissions policies from the previous years to determine whether these changes are producing the expected outcomes the Committee expected; 2. Continue to refine an interactive, student-friendly interview process as an outreach to prospective students (campus tours, curriculum overview, etc ); 3. Continue to be cognizant of enhancing the pool of qualified students of diverse backgrounds, as well as guidelines for the reasonable accommodation of potential students who are affected by the Americans with Disabilities Act. 4. Identify and select the most qualified applicants in the total applicant pool and continually monitor college admissions policy and procedures to ensure efficiency, effectiveness and equity. Maintain detailed minutes of committee actions and provide copies of such actions to the Associate Dean, Academic Affairs and the Dean. cc: Assessment Committee
2 ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE This Committee will assess student learning and curricular effectiveness, faculty productivity including teaching, scholarly activity, research, and service, alumni relations, and the Professional Experience Program. Specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Develop a plan for assessment of student organization activities; 2. Continue to promote the universal use of the University of Utah Faculty Activity Report (FAR) to assess research, scholarship, and service for all regular faculty; 4. Continue development of a systematic plan for assessment of student learning and curricular effectiveness that are quantifiable, measureable or qualitative. The plan should include continuous measures that meet ACPE Standards 2011, with focus on Standards #13 and #15; 5. Continue use of AACP surveys of students, faculty, preceptors, alumni for , and then analyze this information, communicate the findings in a timely manner to appropriate College standing committees; 6. Development of Qualtrics-360 for use in the College; 7. Continue to interface with the IPE Committee and assess the use of IPE in the curriculum; and 8. Work with the PEP Committee to develop student electronic portfolios. Keep minutes of formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. cc: Curriculum Committee
3 AWARDS AND FINANCIAL AID COMMITTEE This committee, in concert with the University Financial Aid and Scholarships Office, will select appropriate recipients for scholarships and awards to worthy students enrolled in professional programs. The committee will also select recipients of college honors and awards. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. In a timely manner, determine the number and value of the scholarships available and coordinate the solicitation of applications for them. Insofar as possible, match the scholarship stipulations, if any, with the applicant s eligibility and interests and make recommendations to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs regarding the selection of recipients; 2. Provide for the timely faculty input into the selection of recipients for College designated awards and make recommendations to the Dean regarding the awardees; 3. Determine rank order of P1 students for Dean Scholarships; 4. Provide adequate opportunity for students, faculty and alumni to nominate candidates for the Distinguished Preceptor, and recommend to the Dean the nominee for this award; 5. Provide adequate opportunity for students, faculty and alumni to nominate candidates for the Elizabeth Fuhriman Gardner Prize, and, if necessary screen the nominations and provide the Dean with a recommendation for the female pharmacy student nominee. The office of the Senior Vice President for Health Sciences will determine a time schedule, for the committee deliberations and decisions; and 6. Communicate through the Associate Dean, Finance/Planning on all committee actions associated with Pharm.D./Ph.D. students Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
4 COMPUTER ADVISORY COMMITTEE This committee acts in an advisory capacity to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and will offer recommendations concerning computing initiatives likely to have a college-wide impact. The committee will also serve as a liaison between the college and other units of the University in matters pertaining to computers, networking, information security, and all other official IT resources or activities, and policy. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Continue to oversee the operation of the college s computing center and support operations to facilitate the effective and efficient utilization of these resources by college personnel; 2. Make recommendations to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs concerning important issues related to the college s computer network, IT infrastructure, computational needs and limitations, the new pharmacy research building and subsequent remodeling of Skaggs Hall, and computer-based information security and policies within the College to facilitate improvement in productivity and compliance with University policies; 3. Make recommendations to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs concerning the utilization of University funds allocated for the college s computer initiative; 4. Make recommendations to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs concerning requests for Student Computing Advisory Committee funds for ; 5. Make recommendations to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs concerning educational software purchases, which improve our capability for CAI of professional and graduate students; 6. Respond to e-classroom requests, as appropriate; and 7. Provide expertise and consulting to all web-based projects currently underway or proposed. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
5 CONTINUING EDUCATION COMMITTEE This committee will assist in developing policies and procedures related to faculty participation in continuing education activities. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Continue to work towards ACPE re-accreditation in ; 2. Continue development of monthly webinars that meet the continuing education needs of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians throughout the State of Utah; 3. Continue to assess the College of Pharmacy s role in continuing education, including coordination of the college s continuing education efforts with those of UPhA and USHP and other C.E. providers; and 4. All programs must meet current ACPE Accreditation Standards and should minimally include programmatic assessments of Slide, Handout and Test Review Forms, a Gap Analysis, and Moderator Checklist offered through the College of Pharmacy Continuing Education Program. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean.
6 CURRICULUM COMMITTEE This committee will render decisions concerning curricular matters to the extent authorized by Faculty Regulations, and include reviewing of professional and graduate curricula in the college, making recommendations to the Dean for any changes, additions or deletions in these curricula, conferring with representatives of other colleges on curricular matters and performing other appropriate functions as assigned by the Council or as initiated by the committee. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Continue to review and revise the curriculum based on competencies needed for contemporary practice as well as meeting the ACPE Standards 2011; 2. Work with the Dean and Curriculum Task Force to implement a new curricula template for ; 3. Refine curriculum committee processes to ensure maintenance of a quality curriculum. Specifically: 1) document procedures for approval of changes in existing courses and/or new courses, 2) develop a schedule for continual review of professional courses and graduate courses offered to professional students to ensure quality, 3) ensure input from all stakeholders, and 4) develop multi-dimensional database to aid in curricular mapping for accreditation and quality assurance purposes; 4. Continue the liaison to the Outcomes Assessment Committee to develop methods of measuring outcomes expectations and programmatic assessment to maximize value to the program and ensure compliance with ACPE accreditation guidelines in the current and proposed curricula; 5. Monitor the new elective selection process for professional students through the Mentorship program. 6. Monitor the interdisciplinary education offerings through the University of Utah Health Sciences Center for value to the professional students. 7. Continue to work on development of a Curriculum Mapping Tool for the College of Pharmacy (In coordination with the Assessment Committee). Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. cc: Assessment Committee
7 DIVERSITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE This committee will develop policies for and participate in the recruitment and retention of nontraditional students for the professional degree programs of the college. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Develop and plan activities for admitted diversity students to the College of Pharmacy in accord with other USPA planned activities or unique to their needs and wants; 2. Continue to develop mechanisms for underrepresented and minority students to be identified, educated about pharmacy, and admitted to the PharmD program. This support could include site visits, tutoring, frequent monitoring, structured academic advising and other reasonable efforts to help assure the academic success of such students; 3. Work with the Assistant Vice President for Diversity and the Medical School Admissions Committee to provide information concerning opportunities in pharmacy to high schools, students and counselors or at University events designed to recruit minority students; and 4. Continue to assist in the teaching and development of the University of Utah Health Sciences Mutual Respect in HealthCare Modules. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
8 COLLEGE OF PHARMACY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE This committee has the responsibility to act as an advisory committee to the Dean with respect to the overall coordination of college programs and on appropriate budgetary matters; to bring before the College Council any matter within its knowledge that needs the consideration or action of the college; and to consider such other matters as may be brought before it by the Dean, the College Council, the University Senate or the University administration. As a matter of operational procedure, it is understood that department chairs will present representative departmental views in relevant discussions and will, whenever appropriate, communicate to departmental faculty the results of the deliberations of this committee. However, members of the Executive Committee are not bound to vote according to the majority view held by their respective departments. 1. In concert with the Curriculum Committee, continue the support, planning and development of the new curriculum for implementation in ; 2. Continue to review the annual report from all Committees under the College framework and when necessary make recommendations from this report to the appropriate college standing committees. 3. Develop the underlying principles for the annual college budget; 4. Oversee and support decisions related to enhancing internal controls for managing fiscal and human resources; and 5. Continue follow-up towards timelines and completion of the 2012 Strategic Plan. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean.
9 LEARNING AND TEACHING COMMITTEE Address the ways in which curricular content is taught and learned in the student s achievement of the professional competencies, including innovative ways and means of curricular delivery, teaching strategies to ensure critical thinking and problem solving measures of how students are becoming active self learners, and promotion of life long learning. 1. Conduct formative evaluations on all members of the faculty undergoing RPT review in This process should be conducted in association with the Associate Dean for Faculty; 2. Coordinate nominations for University level teaching awards 3. Address other proposed projects affecting learning and teaching by researching the best practices being undertaken in other colleges, by assessing relevant literature, by providing an evaluation of need and by providing a recommendation about whether the proposal should be pursued as a college priority project. Provide any and all assistance to the Curriculum Task Force; 4. With the Curriculum Committee and Curriculum Planning Task Force assist in the planning and implementation of the new professional program for ; 5. Assist faculty members in teaching development through available College and University programs; and 6. Coordinate Committee efforts with the University of Utah Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
10 PEP ADVISORY COMMITTEE This committee will render decisions based on the professional experiential program development, ongoing assessment, and training. For the academic year the committee is asked to: 1, Implement the new PEP Site Assessment Program; 2. Continue to develop a comprehensive assessment program for all PEP programs and sites. Goals and outcomes for each pharmacy practice experience must be mapped to activities listed in Appendix C to ensure that student s experience will cover, at a minimum, all the listed activities; (Assessment Committee); 3. Continue development of webinar-based preceptor training CE offerings throughout the year; 4. Continue development of the annual PEP Preceptor Dinner; 5. Explore opportunities for development of interdisciplinary clerkships; and 6. Continue the development and assessment of Rural and Frontier Clerkship sites. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. cc: Continuing Education Committee and Assessment Committee
11 PHARM.D. SEMINAR COMMITTEE The Pharm.D. Seminar Committee acts as a College level instructional team that assists and supports students in preparing, presenting, critiquing and grading their seminars. It will develop its own internal procedures and will periodically make recommendations to the curriculum committee concerning any alterations in the seminar program. In addition, specifically for academic year, the Committee is asked to, 1. Continue monitoring of logistics and learning of students throughout the from the use of the College faculty in the seminar assessment process; 2. Finish develop of the on-line user friendly seminar assessment for use by faculty; 3. Continue ways to improve, especially the integration of the seminar series into the new professional program for P3 and/or P4 students in coordination with the Curriculum Committee; and 4. Determine whether any further public relations efforts should be undertaken to publicize student seminars outside of the University of Utah to practitioners and technicians in the State of Utah. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and the Dean.
12 RESEARCH AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS COMMITTEE Oversee the development of this degree option as it relates to areas such as admissions, student progress, student advising and coordination between the Pharm.D. and Ph.D. curricula. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the Committee is asked to, 1. Continue to assess the value provided by the Pharm.D./Ph.D. dual pathway to the College, University, and the research community. This should include assisting the Department of Pharmacotherapy with initiation of the Pharmacotherapy Outcomes and Health Policy Pharm.D./Ph.D. Pathway; 2. Monitor the P-SURF program to determine benefit to meeting the objectives of the program; Determine whether to make changes or to continue program in summer of ; 3. Continue to address mechanisms to provide advising for students who elect this degree option; and 4. Address any issues associated with the payment schedules, pre-mature discontinuation of students in either the Pharm.D. or Ph.D. program, and scheduling conflicts within these programs. In order to carry out this charge is it expected that this committee will coordinate its efforts with other standing college committees such as the admissions committee, the curriculum committee and the scholastic standards committee. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean.
13 SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS COMMITTEE This committee will develop, recommend, and enforce policies regarding satisfactory student achievement according to the regulations of the University and the College Council and will monitor academic performance and scholastic achievement for professional students within the college. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Administer the academic guidelines as provided to the professional students and continue to assess the conditions under which students are placed on, and removed from, academic probation, suspension, or dismissal from the College professional program; 2. Make recommendations, as stated in the scholastic standards guidelines, in cases where students are accused of misconduct, incompetence, academic dishonesty, or other violations of the Student Code, the APhA Code of Ethics, or the standards of practice of the profession of pharmacy; 3. Review student academic performance at the end of each semester to recognize meritorious achievement; 4. Assess the functioning of the committee and make recommendations, if necessary, for improvements in the manner in which the above charges can be carried out; and 5. All deliberations and committee decisions are to kept strictly confidential. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean.
15 SPACE COMMITTEE This committee will review and develop space management guidelines, and will provide advice to the Dean in all matters involving addition, renovation or reallocation of space. In addition, specifically for the academic year, the committee is asked to: 1. Continue development efforts toward remodeling of Skaggs Hall; 2. Continue to provide a yearly inventory of College of Pharmacy space allocation and make recommendations to the Dean concerning optimum space utilization; 3. Maintain minutes of committee actions and provide copies of such minutes to the Dean in a timely matter; and 4. Analyze the amounts and types of space expected to become available in Skaggs Hall with the completion of the Skaggs Pharmacy Institute and provide recommendations to the Dean of optimal utilization/renovation of that space. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean.
16 STUDENT ORGANIZATION ADVISORS For the academic year , the Committee is asked to: 1. Develop opportunities for Leadership Skill building such as electives. (Please work with Dr. Blumenthal) 2. Continue to explore ways to enhance student membership and involvement in each student organization; 3. Continue to develop student activities that allow students to develop a selfworth of their professional college experience and want to be involved in the College after graduation; 4. Continue to develop means of outreach to the community, at large, and the pharmacy community to provide service to appropriate populations in the State of Utah; and 5. Work with the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Office to provide service, on behalf of the College, to the community and the pharmacy profession. Keep minutes of all formal actions and file a copy of these with the Dean and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
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