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GEGC Agenda – April 9, 2012 1 California State University, Long Beach General Education Governing Committee Agenda April 9, 2012 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. -- Academic Senate Conference Room, AS-112 Please notify a member of the GEGC Executive Committee ( [email protected] or [email protected] ) if you are unable to attend. I. Call to Order II. Approval of Agenda III. Approval of Minutes: March 12, 2012 GEGC Minutes (Posted on BeachBoard) IV. Announcements Welcome to Vanessa Red, Administrative Assistant for AVP Lynn Mahoney. Vanessa will take meeting minutes and provide GEGC support. Reminder: Most GEGC business is conducted electronically via BeachBoard. Please bring your laptops or print material for meetings. Next GEGC meeting is April 23, 2012. CSULB Policy Statement 12-00 General Education is official and posted on the Academic Senate web site under University Policy Statements. V. New Business 1. General Education Policy: Implementation Update 2. Suggested Guidelines for Writing Intensive Course Proposals VI. Unfinished Business 1. CE 406 Project Cost-Benefits Analysis (3) Time Certain: 2:15pm Posted on BeachBoard / GE Course Proposals spring 2012, AY 2011-12 Tabled / Reviewed November 14, 2011; See Minutes for discussion. New to General Education Request for Explorations, Social and Behavioral Sciences (D.2)
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GEGC Agenda – April 9, 2012 2 2. AIS 485 American Indians and the Law (3) Time Certain 2:25pm Posted on BeachBoard / GE Course Proposals AY 2011-12 Tabled / Reviewed October 24, 2011; See Minutes for discussion.
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