November 22, 2016

Faculty Senate introduces new software, Cirriculog

The Cleveland State University Faculty Senate passed seven more agreements with Cuyahoga Community College for the 2+2 program.

The 2+2 program allows a student to earn an associate’s degree at Tri-C, transfer the credits to Cleveland State and earn a bachelor’s degree in a student’s respected major.

Majors approved by the board to be added to the 2+2 program are sociology, studio art, theatre arts (acting and directing), black studies, English (creative writing and literature).

Faculty Senate also approved a change to the women’s study bachelor’s degree, by changing the required credit hours from 39 to 30. The change was made to encourage students to have duel majors with women’s studies being one of them.

New admissions standards were approved for the College of Education and Human Services by the senate.

These new standards will allow more fluidity in admitting students to the program.

The previous requirements were based on students earning acceptable scores in certain areas of the ACT, SAT or Praxis Core Academic Skills for Education test along with a B- or higher grade in a college-level English and math course. Under the new requirements, students will be able to use their ACT score to cover the prerequisites of needing the college-level classes.

Jennifer Stoneking introduced the faculty to Cirriculog, a new software that will be used by faculty and staff to organize documents, create curricular proposals and schedule meetings. Cirriculog will allow multiple people to edit documents in real time to aid in collaboration.


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