What is the Corcoran Academic Committee?
The Corcoran Academic Committee is a standing committee charged with considering all curricular affairs within the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, including but not limited to fostering cross-disciplinary collaborations, working with program heads to adjust existing curricula, overseeing matters of accreditation or program review, and advising the Director on launching new programs, new majors or courses of study, or discontinuing programs or courses of study.
Below is some basic information about the committee. Corcoran faculty and staff members can have access to more detailed information, including the committee’s monthly agendas, resource folders, and other information. To get involved or to get information about the Committee, please reach out to the current Chair at [email protected].
How often does the committee meet?
We generally meet once a month, though at particularly busy times may meet more frequently.
How far in advance do I need to send my materials?
Proposals for new programs and courses, as well as significant curricular revisions, must be initiated by the Program Head, who should send content simultaneously to the Corcoran Assistant Director for Academic Affairs and the current Academic Committee Chair. For a more detailed outline of the required documentation and submission process, Corcoran Faculty and Staff should consult the Academic Committee's resource pages.
Who is on the academic committee?
Academic committee 2021–2022
CO-CHAIR: Suse Anderson (Museum Studies)
Michele Carlson (Studio Arts)
Andrea Dietz (Exhibition Design)
Co-Chair: Jodi Kanter (Theatre & Dance)
Mika Natif (Art History)
Erin Speck (Interior Architecture)
Heather Stebbins (Music)