TEACHING ASSISTANT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Membership for Teaching Assistant Training and Development Advisory Committee

A.    Membership

        The Teaching Assistant Training and Development Advisory committee will be composed of the following members:

        1.    One member of the graduate faculty from each college in which graduate courses are taught; one additional graduate-faculty member from the College
                of Liberal Arts and Sciences to achieve one from a laboratory-science discipline and one from a non-laboratory-science discipline in that college.

        2.    One graduate teaching assistant from each college in which graduate courses are taught; one additional graduate teaching assistant from the College of
                Liberal Arts and Sciences to achieve one from a  laboratory-science discipline and one from a non-laboratory-science discipline in that college.

        3.    A represenative of the Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center, appointed by the director of that center.

        4.    The faculty and student members will be appointed by the Dean of the Graduate School, with the advice of the Graduate Council.  Faculty will be
                appointed for renewable three-year staggered terms; student will be appointed for renewable one-year terms.  The appointments will include at least
                one faculty member of the Graduate Council, with such member(s) serving as liaison between the Committee and the Graduate Council.

        5.    The Committee is chaired by the Coordinator of the Graduate School's Office of Teaching Assistant Training and Development.

B.    Duties

        The duties of the Teaching Assistant Training and Development Advisory Committee are the following:

        1.    To advise the Coordinator of the Office of Teaching Assistant Training and Development, and the Dean of the Graduate School, on

                a.    training and development needs of the University's graduate teaching assistants;

                b.    programs and activities to address those needs;

                c.    assessment of the success of those programs and activities.

        2.    To advise the Dean of the Graduate School when the Dean evaluates the performance of the Coordinator of the Office of Teaching Assistant Training
                and Development.

        3.    To recommend, to the Graduate Council or others, policy changes that will enhance the training and development of graduate teaching assistants.

        4.    To submit, near the end of the spring semester, an annual report to the Graduate Council, indicating the Committee actions for the academic year just
               ending.

TEACHING ASSISTANT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

D.  MEMBERSHIP
2002-2003
2003-2004
2004-2005
*Coordinator, TATD J. Elizabeth Miller
FACULTY
   Business
   Education Pamela Macfarlane Pamela Macfarlane Pamela Macfarlane
   Engineering and Engineering Technology Abhijit Gupta Abhijit Gupta Abhijit Gupta
   Health and Human Sciences
   Liberal Arts & Sciences (Laboratory)
   Liberal Arts & Sciences (Non - Laboratory) Michael Morris
Brad Peters
Michael Morris
Brad Peters
Michael Morris
Brad Peters
   Visual and Performing Arts Charles Blickhan
Mary Stewart
Charles Blickhan
Mary Stewart
Charles Blickhan
Mary Stewart
TEACHING ASSISTANTS
   Business
   Education  
   Engineering and Engineering Technology
   Health and Human Sciences
   Liberal Arts and Sciences (Laboratory)
   Liberal Arts and Sciences (Non - Laboratory) D. Gugin
Marlene Sokolon
   Visual and Performing Arts
Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center Representative Murali Krishnamurthi
                                    *Chair