Fall break, new Education and Human Services dean discussed at Academic Senate
Central Michigan University's Academic Senate held its first meeting of the semester on Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Provost Mary Schutten announced the implementation of a new Fall Wellness break. Dates for the days off still have to be decided, but the new break will be placed in the first eight weeks of the semester on a Monday and Tuesday.
The search for a new dean of the College of Education and Human Services has ended. Paula Lancaster will be replacing Betty Kirby as dean in July.
The Senate approved a Health and Physical Education major. The new program combines class requirements of the health and physical education programs.
Brad Swanson, chairman of the Academic Senate, proposed that the minutes be voted on and approved via email in an attempt to save time between semesters in applying changes made at Academic Senate.
Academic Senate meets 3:30 p.m. every other Tuesday in the French Auditorium.