Graduate Council
Annual Report, 2005-2006


The Graduate Council met three times this academic year; Sept. 13, 2005, January 31, 2006, and May 1, 2006. New institutional assessment procedures for Graduate Studies and the new catalog were approved at the first meeting. The January meeting covered the proposed “195” courses that were made permanent and their proposed course numbers. Also, the new assistant director of graduate studies was announced. Data on programs and assessments was also presented in relation to the upcoming NCATE visit. On May 1, the Graduate Council met with the NCATE Board of Examiners to relay information about the Council and its relationship to the Teacher Preparation program. The Graduate Council will meet again in Fall Term 2006.

Respectfully submitted,

Troy M. Terry, Chair

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