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CAP Committees and Work Groups

CAP Committee | CAPC

The CAP Committee is a standing committee of the Academic Policies Committee of the Academic Senate. Approved minutes of the CAPC may be found on the UD eCommons site. The CAPC has the following responsibilities:

  • Review proposals for courses and experiences that will form the CAP components
  • Approve courses that meet CAP requirements
  • Facilitate communication and collaboration among faculty proposing courses
  • Generate an annual list of approved courses
  • Monitor and evaluate CAP courses
  • Oversee four-year course review process
2021-2022 CAPC
CAP Leadership | CAPL

The CAP Leadership Team has the following responsibilities:

  • Promote faculty understanding and participation in CAP
  • Serve as liaisons within their respective units
  • Reviewed and approved CAP Course Improvement and Innovation Grants: Post 4-Year Review (academic years 2018-19 and 2019-20)
  • Reviewed and approved CAP course development grants (academic years 2011-12 through 2016-17)
2021-2022 CAPL
CAP Associate and Assistant Deans

The CAP Associate and Assistant Deans Work Group provides a collaborative venue to address CAP implementation issues in these ways:

  • Facilitate the development of CAP designated courses
  • Coordinate CAP implementation among units
  • Generate advising documents
  • Prepare revisions for the Academic Catalog
2021-2022 CAP Associate and Assistant Deans

Michelle C. Pautz, Ph.D. Assistant Provost for the Common Academic Program

300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302

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