Committee on Environment, Quality of Life, and Disability Issues

2016-2017: (9 Members)

Faculty Representatives (Name, Department, Term Ends)

  1. Edward Davis, Engineering Technology (2019)
  2. Jonathan Funk, Mathematics & Computer Science (2019)
  3. Benami Freier, Services for Students with Disabilities (2019)
  4. Dominic Hull, Chemistry (2018)
  5. Wei Lai, Foreign Languages & Literatures (2018)
  6. Weier Ye, Academic Literacy (2018)
  7. Leah Anderst, English (2017)
  8. Sara Danzi, Biological Sciences & Geology (2017)
  9. Julia Rothenberg, Social Sciences (2017)

Student Representatives

  1. Victor Silva
  2. Sherice Leggette

Liaisons

  • Jue, Chong, Biological Sciences and Geology, COC Liaison
  • Sheila Beck, Library, Steering Committee Designee
  • William Faulkner, VP Finance & Administration, President's Liaison

Section 21. Committee on Environment, Quality of Life and Disability Issues

The Committee on Environment, Quality of Life and Disability Issues shall consist of nine (9) members of the instructional staff and two (2) students.

The Committee on Environment, Quality of Life and Disability Issues shall:

  1. Through a process that involves the administration, formulate and recommend to the Academic Senate policies and practices pertaining to the College environment in matters of health, safety, security, maintenance and allocation of facilities;
  2. Evaluate and report to the Academic Senate on the administrative response to problems in the College environment;
  3. Receive all proposals concerning naming and renaming campus facilities and make appropriate recommendations to the Academic Senate;
  4. Review and report on College Master Plan regarding facilities and the campus environment;
  5. Review the assessment of the campus with regard to services for students with disabilities and disability issues as the assessment relates and pertains to the campus environment and campus facilities and make appropriate recommendations to the Academic Senate.


Documents and Reports | Agenda and Minutes | Committee Charge

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