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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Livingston College Administration and Fellows Fellows  

Fellows

Members of the faculty at Rutgers-New Brunswick/ Piscataway who express commitment to the mission of Livingston College serve as fellows. As members of the Livingston College Assembly, the fellows are an integral part of college governance. Under the college bylaws, the Livingston College Assembly exercises the authority provided to them by university regulations over admissions, curriculum, scholastic standing, degree requirements, and graduation procedures for Livingston students. The voting members of the assembly include the fellows of the college, the president of the university, the dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the dean of Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick, the dean of the School of Social Work, the dean of the college, the associate dean of the college, the dean of students, the professional librarians of the Kilmer Library, five students selected by the student government, the director of the Educational Opportunity Fund program, and 10 staff members elected to two-year terms by the staff of the college. Actions taken by the Executive Council of the assembly become the rule of the college. The Livingston College Assembly meets to review and determine the mission of the college, to vote annually on the awarding of degrees, and to review the annual report of the dean. Standing committees of the assembly include Admissions, Curriculum, and Scholastic Standing. The Executive Council may establish committees ad hoc to further the mission of the college.


 
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