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SC CHE Agenda July 2001

SC CHE Agenda July 2001

SOUTHCAROLINA COMMISSION

ON

HIGHEREDUCATION

1333 Main Street, Suite 200

Columbia, SouthCarolina29201

 

July12, 2001

 

10:30 a.m.

 

AGENDA

 

1.     Introductions-Mr. Charles FitzSimons

2.     Approval of Minutes

 

Chairman’sReport- Mr. Dalton Floyd

 

 

3.     Committee Reports

 

3.01    Report of the Executive Committee-Mr. Dalton Floyd (No Report)

 

 

3.02    Report of the Committee on Academic Affairs

and Licensing- Ms. Dianne Chinnes

A.Consideration of CHE ServiceLearning Awards

 

B.     Consideration of New ProgramProposals

1.     A.P.S.,Early Care and Education, Horry-Georgetown Tech

2.     B.A.,Graphic Design, USC-Spartanburg

3.     B.A.,Integrated Studies in Performing Arts, Clemson University

4.     B.A.,Middle Grades Education, Coastal Carolina University

 

C.    Consideration of Licensing Request

 

1.     High-TechInstitute, Orlando FL:SpecializedAssociate Degrees in Medical Assistant, X-Ray Technician, SurgicalTechnologist, and Computer Networking & Information Technology

2.     High-TechInstitute, Nashville, TN:A.O.S.Degrees in Medical

Assistant, Surgical Technologist, and ComputerNetworking & Information Technology; A.S. Degree in X-ray Technician

3.     CentralMichigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI, at Beaufort Memorial Hospital, M.S.,Administration with a Concentration in Health Services Administration

4.     ColumbiaJunior College, Columbia, SC, merging with South College, Savannah, GA:B.S., Legal Studies

5.     Gardner-WebbUniversity, Boiling Springs, NC, at Horry-Georgetown Technical College:B.S., Social Science with a Concentration inCriminal Justice

6.     NorthCarolina State University, Raleigh, at Carolina Power and Light, H.B. RobinsonNuclear Plant, Hartsville, SC:B.S.,Engineering with Nuclear Engineering Emphasis

 

D.    Consideration of Addition toCHE List of Accreditation Agencies:NASPAA

 

E.    Consideration of CHE Consultants’ Evaluations:

Engineering and Engineering Technology

 

F.     Consideration of Annual Report on Compliance with theEnglish Fluency Act

in Higher Education, FY2000-01

 

G.Presentation of Commendation of Excellence Awards in ServiceLearning

·     “ClemsonElementary Outdoors,” Clemson University

·     “GrowingWith Gardening,” Piedmont Technical College

 

H.Presentation of Commendation of Excellence Awards in Engineering

·       Masterof Science in Environmental Systems Engineering, Clemson

·       Doctorof Philosophy in Environmental Systems Engineering, Clemson

 

 

3.03    Report of Committee on Access & Equity and

Student Services- Ms. S. Cole

(No Report)

 

 

3.04    Report of Committee on Finance and Facilities- Ms. R. Byerly

 

A.    Interim Project – College of Charleston

Construction of Residence Halland Parking Garage

 

 

 

3.05Report of Committee on Planning, Assessment

and Performance Funding- Gen. Tom Olsen

A.    Consideration of staff recommendations to addressunresolved measurement issues and select standards for implementation in theupcoming performance year, Performance Year 2001-02 to impact FY 2003-03 (Year6)

 

B.    Discussion of Legislative Audit Report on PerformanceFunding

 

 

4.     Report of the ExecutiveDirector

 

¨      2001Legislative Session:Summary of HigherEducation Actions

¨      NationalConference of State Legislatures

TheLearning Connection:New PartnershipsBetween Schools and Colleges

 

 

5.PresentationDr. Thomas Hallman

Chancellor

Universityof South Carolina Aiken

 

 

 

6. Other Business

 

¨     Electionof Vice Chair

 

 

Adjournment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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