Led by Carol Ivory, chair of fine arts, the committee will look at the most fundamental and important goals of an undergraduate education, at employer needs, and at research into the topic of general education.
The WSU general education curriculum also must be coordinated with the state’s two-year college system; nearly half of the students graduating from WSU with a baccalaureate degree are transfer students.
Bill Andrefsky, professor and chair, anthropology, College of Liberal Arts;
Len Foster, associate dean, College of Education;
Carl Hauser, associate professor, electrical engineering and computer science, College of Engineering and Architecture.
Carol Ivory, professor and chair, fine arts, College of Liberal Arts;
Susan Poch, associate vice president, educational development, Division of Student Affairs, Equity and Diversity;
Dick Pratt, vice chancellor, WSU Tri-Cities;
Tom Tripp, professor, business, WSU Vancouver;
Mary Wack, vice provost, Undergraduate Education.