The subcommittee, through EPPC, advises the Executive Committee on the development of policies for Arts & Sciences faculty teaching courses outside New York City. The subcommittee: presents to EPPC and then, if approved, to the Executive Committee, a statement of values to guide the engagement of Arts & Sciences faculty in teaching outside New York City, and to guide decisions about the commitment of Arts & Sciences resources to those teaching efforts, recommends to EPPC and then, if approved, to the Executive Committee, specific criteria that are consonant with those values, and which may be used to evaluate requests by faculty to teach outside New York City, recommends to EPPC and then, if approved, to the Executive Committee, policies for setting the compensation for Arts & Sciences faculty when those faculty are teaching at locations other than the Morningside campus, recommends to EPPC and then, if approved, to the Executive Committee, metrics for assessing the costs and benefits of faculty teaching outside New York City, as compared to teaching on the Morningside campus, recommends to EPPC and then, if approved, to the Executive Committee policies for selecting and evaluating instructors who are employed to teach courses outside New York City that carry academic credit in Columbia College, the School of General Studies, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, when those instructors are not regular Columbia Officers of Instruction.
Members of the Committee
|Cords, Marina, Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology and Anthropology (Fall only)||email@example.com|
|Dobie, Madeleine, Professor of French and Romance Philologyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Huber, John, Professor of Political Scienceemail@example.com|
|Lurie, David, Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures (Fall, on leave in the spring)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Murray, Molly, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literatureemail@example.com|