The responsibilities of Teaching Committee are as follows:
- Evaluates the implementation of CVM undergraduate, graduate, and professional teaching.
- Advise the Dean on policies and standards regarding evaluation of teaching.
- Evaluate and make recommendations to improve teaching effectiveness.
Committee makeup: The committee will be made up of six faculty members (two from each department). Three will be involved in teaching the preclinical curriculum, and three will be involved with the clinical curriculum. SAVMA will appoint a member of each year’s class to serve on the committee for renewable one-year terms. Ideally, students will serve on the committee for all four years of their DVM candidacy for a total of four student members of the committee (with a student from each cohort year. In addition, the Associate Dean of Student and Academic Affairs will serve as ex officio member on the committee. Representatives with expertise in information technology and education may serve as advisors to the committee.
Faculty representatives on the committee will serve three-year terms. The committee will elect a Chair and Associate Chair, each of whom will serve one-year terms. The Associate Chair will typically become Chair in the year following their term and a new Associate Chair will be elected at that time. The Chair and Associate Chair will be selected such that one represents preclinical studies and the other represents clinical studies. The positions of Teaching Committee Chair and Associate Chair will rotate among departments.
Meetings and Minutes: The committee will meet at least once per semester. Minutes of the meeting will be submitted to the Office of Student and Academic Affairs.
|Dr. David Kline||Biomedical Sciences||Preclinical||9/30/2024|
|Dr. Justin Nash||Biomedical Sciences||Preclinical||9/30/2026|
|Dr. Tamara Gull||Vet Pathobiology||Preclinical||9/30/2026|
|Dr. Aida Vientos-Plotts||Vet Med & Surgery||Clinical||9/30/2026|
|Dr. Sissy Hong||Vet Med & Surgery||Clinical||9/30/2024|
|Dr. Mick Calcutt||Vet Pathobiology||Preclinical||9/30/2025|
|Stephanie McClaren||Educational Program Manager||Advisor|
|Dr. Tim Snider||Associate Dean of Student and Academic Affairs||Ex Officio|