Curriculum Committee

Standing Bylaw Committee of the Faculty of Engineering

MEMBERSHIP: 2020-2021

Term: Five (5) years

Name and Link to
Directory Listing

Rank, Department

Term

Ramsburg, Andrew*

Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering

2014-2024

Aeron, Shuchin

Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

2020-2021

Couch, Alva

Associate Professor, Computer Science

2018-2023

Gallagher, Hugh
(Physics & Astronomy Representative)

Professor, Physics & Astronomy

2019-2024

Hu, Xiaozhe
(Mathematics Representative)

Associate Professor, Mathematics

2017-2024

Huang, Felix

Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering

2020-2025

Kutsoati, Edward
(HA/SS Representative)

Associate Professor, Economics

2018-2023

Mace, Charles
(Chemistry Representative)

Assistant Professor, Chemistry

2016-2021

Viola, Mary

Professor of the Practice, Gordon Institute

2011-2021

Xu, Qiaobing

Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

2017-2022

Yi, Hyunmin

Associate Professor, Chemical and Biological Engineering

2013-2023

TBD 

Undergraduate student representative, TCU Senate

2020-2021

Proctor, David +
(A&S Curricula Committee Representative)

Senior Lecturer, History

 

Brown, Robin +

Assistant Registrar, Student Services Center

 

Lee, Kristin +

Engineering Research & Instruction Librarian, Tisch Library

 

Swan, Chris +

Dean of Undergraduate Education, School of Engineering

 

Stephan, Jennifer +

Dean of Academic Advising and Undergraduate Studies, School of Engineering

 

Lowe, Carmen +

Dean, Academic Advising

 

*Chair/Co-Chair
+ ex-officio/non-voting

The School of Engineering Curriculum Committee (SOECC) is charged with maintaining the health and wellbeing of the curricula offered by the School of Engineering (SOE). SOE programs and courses arise from the initiative of the faculty of the school. Thus, the principal goal of SOECC is to support our programs as they evolve in response to constituent needs. Support begins with vetting requested changes against School and University interests and policy. In practice, this entails ensuring that The Bulletin of Tufts University, course catalog, and program listings contain accurate, definitive, unambiguous, and concise information related to all programs and courses offered within the School of Engineering.

SOECC receives requests for action from departments and programs. SOECC acts on requests pertaining to any course offered within the School of Engineering, as well as all undergraduate programs (i.e., majors and minors). Changes to graduate programs are handled by the School of Engineering Graduate Studies Committee.

Committee members include representatives from each engineering department appointed by the respective department chair. Membership also includes representatives of specific departments in the School of Arts and Sciences that serve engineering interests, including faculty members from math, physics, and chemistry, as well as a representative from the social sciences or humanities. The arts and sciences representatives may be appointed by the Committee on Committees. There is also a student representative, typically appointed by the TCU Senate. Any full-time voting-eligible faculty member of the School of Engineering may serve as a representative for engineering. Any fulltime voting-eligible faculty member of the School of Arts and Sciences may serve as a representative for arts and sciences. The typical term of appointment is six years, though repeat terms are common at departmental discretion.

Visit the School of Engineering Bylaws for more information regarding this committee's bylaws.

View this committee's most recent annual report.

View this committee's workload obligations.

Committee Policies and Procedures