Academic Policy Committee

Purpose

The Academic Policy Committee formulates policies to provide guidance on relevant issues related to education programs and processes; student affairs, faculty issues and other academic and administrative issues.  The committee reviews and recommends proposed policies for approval by the Council of Deans.

Scope of Activities

The Committee develops new policies; revises existing policies, and reviews university-level student and faculty policies published by the colleges and Graduate School to ensure that the information remains current with a high degree of consistency. The Academic Policy Committee also reviews policies affecting the academic enterprise formulated or proposed by UAMS units or individuals.

Policy Library

Click the link below to browse or search UAMS academic policies.

Members

Kristen Sterba, Ph.D., Chair, Director, Department of Institutional Research, Policy, and Accreditation

Regina Dennis, Academic Administration and Accreditation Manager, Department of Institutional Research, Policy, and Accreditation

Clinton Everhart, Ed.D., Assistant Provost for Enrollment Services, Chief Registrar

James Graham, M.D., Executive Associate Dean for Student and Academic Affairs, College of Medicine

Kathryn Neill, Pharm.D., Associate Provost for Academics

Kevin Ryan, J.D., Associate Professor and Associate Dean, College of Public Health

Lisa Smith, M.L.S., Library Director

Teresa Whited, DNP, Interim Associate Dean for Academic Programs, College of Nursing

Tina Maddox, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Health Professions

Gloria Kemp, Director, Student Financial Services

Lanita White, Pharm.D., Assistant Dean, College of Pharmacy

Scott Warmack, Pharm.D., Associate Dean, UAMS Northwest, College of Pharmacy

Latrina Prince, Ed.D., Assistant Dean, Graduate School

Andrea Neal, Title IX/ADA Coordinator

Susan Hoffpauir, Ph.D., Associate Dean, Clinton School of Public Service

James Howe, J.D., Associate General Counsel (non-voting)

 

For more information about the Academic Policy Committee please contact Kristen Sterba  (501) 296-1275.

Updated 2-4-2020