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University Governance

East Tennessee State University

Teacher Education Advisory Committee

Reports to:

Vice President for Academic Affairs

Charge:

Develop policies to coordinate, implement, and support Teacher Education Programs; review all curriculum changes affecting Teacher Education Programs prior to their submission to the Curriculum Committee or Graduate Council, as appropriate; review candidate and program performance data and make recommendations as needed.

Status

Membership Structure

Name

Area of Representation

Length of Term

Voting

one Faculty from each department of the College of Education including the University School

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Rebekah Byrd

Counseling & Human Services

2017

Dr. Rhona Hurwitz

Curriculum & Instruction

2017

Dr. Virginia Foley

Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis

2019

Dr. Diana Mozen

CHAIR

Sport, Exercise, Recreation, & Kinesiology

2017

Dr. Pam Evanshen

Early Childhood Education

2017

Dr. Sara Beth Hitt

Education Foundations & Special Education

2019

Ms. Erin Doran

University School

2019

one Faculty from the College of Public Health

Dr. Ranjan Chakraborty

Health Sciences

2019

four Faculty from College of Arts & Sciences with Teacher Education Programs

Dr. Andrew Slap

History

2017

Dr. Scott Honeycutt

Literature & Language

2019

Dr. Darryl Stephens

Mathematics & Statistics

2019

Dr. Anna Hiatt

Biology

2017

two Practicing Educators

Mr. Jeff Gray

Middle Grades Social Studies Teacher, Washington County; ETSU Adjunct

2018

Ms. Nancy Miles

Third Grade Teacher, Southside Elementary, Johnson City Schools 

2018

two Students (one graduate and one undergraduate)

Scott Cole

Graduate

2018

Kelsie Moore

Undergraduate

2018

Ex-officio

COE Certification Officer

Ms. Angela Murray

Certification Analysis

Indefinite

Updated 6 October 2016

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