GenEd Social and Behavioral Sciences Panel Agenda


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Agenda for GenEd Social and Behavioral Sciences Panel Meeting
ISU's Alumni Center, Rm 119, Normal, IL Thursday, November 12, 2015 10:00AM to 2:30PM
Attendees: Malinda Aiello (Illinois Board of Higher Education) ,JoElla Basler (Shawnee Community College) ,Ashley Becker (Illinois Community College Board) ,Jennifer Buntin (Lewis University) ,David Cleeton (Illinois State University) ,Matt Greider (Lake Land College) ,Michael Harkins (Harper College) ,Kelly Harris (Chicago State University) ,Marianne Hunnicut (College of DuPage) ,Krista Jackson (iTransfer System ) ,Thedford Jackson (Highland Community College) ,Jill Johnson (Carl Sandburg College) ,Adam Julian (iTransfer System ) ,Janice Leuchtenberg (iTransfer System ) ,Nancy Lind (Illinois State University) ,Patrick McGinty (Western Illinois University) ,Martin Quirk (Rock Valley College) ,Edie Raices (South Suburban College) ,Jess Ray (Illinois State University) ,Evelyn Reynolds (Parkland College) ,Isabel Scarborough (Parkland College) ,Lily Siu (Richland Community College) ,Richard Stillwell (iTransfer System ) ,David Thompson (Illinois Central College) ,Lisa Travis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Agenda

1. Introductions & Technology, Welcome New Members

2. Training, Orientation & iTransfer.org Updates

3. Course Review

New Courses - 18 course(s)

Resubmitted New Courses - 13 course(s)

Ongoing Review Courses - 40 course(s)

Resubmitted Ongoing Review Courses - 17 course(s)

 

New Courses - 18 course(s)
HS900: Lincoln Christian University: ID 201: Ancient Civilizations
HS901: Lincoln Christian University: ID 202: From Early Church to the Medieval World
HS902: Lincoln Christian University: ID 203: The Emerging Modern World
HS903: Lincoln Christian University: ID 204: The Modern and Postmodern World
S1902: Harold Washington College (CCC): 201: Introduction to Biological and Cultural Evolution
S2900: Rockford University: HIST 110: Creation of the United States: 1600-1865
S2901: John Wood Community College: HIS 222: US History from 1945
S2909N: Harold Washington College (CCC): History 243: Far East in Modern World
S2912N: Northern Illinois University: HIST 170: World History I: Problems in the Human Past
S3901: American InterContinental University: ECON224: Macroeconomics
S3902: American InterContinental University: ECON220: Microeconomics
S5900: Rockford University: POLS 102: American Government  
S6900: Rockford University: PSYC 100: Introduction to Psychology
S6900: American InterContinental University: SSCI206: Aspects of Psychology
S6902: Triton College: EDU 206: Human Growth and Development
S7900: Rockford University: ANSO 150: Introduction to Sociology
S7900: American InterContinental University: SSCI210: Sociology
S9900: Harper College: SGN 210: American Sign Language: Cultural Perspective


Resubmitted New Courses
S1901N: Kennedy-King College (CCC): 202: Cultural Anthropology
S2902: Shawnee Community College: HIS 116: Western Civilization to 1715
S2903: Shawnee Community College: HIS 0117: Western Civilization from 1715


S2909N: Malcolm X College (CCC): History 0085: History 243: Far East in the Modern World
S2910N: Malcolm X College (CCC): HISTORY 215: History of Latin America
S2912N: Shawnee Community College: HIS 121: World History Beginnings to 1450 World History
S2913N: Shawnee Community College: HIS 0122: World History from 1450
S4900N: College of DuPage: GEOGR 1107: Introduction to Geography
S5904: Harold Washington College (CCC): 086-0204: Political Science 204 – International Relations
S6902: Harold Washington College (CCC): 087-0224: Psychology 224 – Life Span Psychology
S7900: Moraine Valley Community College: SOC 101: General Sociology
S7903D: Kennedy-King College (CCC): SOC 089 241: Institutional Racism
S7904D: Carl Sandburg College: SOC 260: Gender & Society


Ongoing Review Courses
S1900N: Northern Illinois University: ANTH 120: Introduction to Anthropology
S1901N: University of Illinois at Springfield: SOA 302: Understanding Other Cultures
S1901N: Elmhurst College: SOC 212: Cultural Anthropology
S1902: University of Illinois at Springfield: SOA 304: Human Evol. Biology & Cult.
S1903: Highland Community College: SOCI 210: Introduction to Archaeology
S1903: Northern Illinois University: ANTH 210: General Prehistoric Archaeology
S5902: Elmhurst College: POL 202: American State & Local Govrnm
S5902: Harold Washington College (CCC): POL SCI 207: U.S. State and Local Government
S5904: John A. Logan College: PSC 212: International Relations
S5904: Highland Community College: POL 253: International Relations
S5904: Oakton Community College: PSC 202: International Relations
S5904: Eastern Illinois University: PLS 2253G: Intro to International Relations
S5904: Western Illinois University: POLS 228: Fundamentals of Internat'l Relations
S5904: Danville Area Community College: POLI 160: International Relations
S5904: Benedictine University: PLSC 101: Global Affairs
S5904: Lewis University: 18-331: International Relations
S5904: Harper College: PSC 270: Global Politics
S5904: Elmhurst College: POL 306: Politics/Internat'l Relations
S5904: Illinois Valley Community College: PSI 2000: International Relations
S5904: Rend Lake College: POLI 2102: Intro. to International Relations
S5904: Southeastern Illinois College: GOVT 226: Intro to International Relations
S5904: Lincoln Land Community College: POS 202: International Relations
S5904: Parkland College: POS 202: International Relations
S5904: Heartland Community College: POS 151: International Relations
S5904: Truman College (Harry S) (CCC): POL SCI 204: International Relations
S7902: Lincoln Land Community College: SOC 201: Sociology of the Family
S7902: Moraine Valley Community College: SOC 102: Marriage & Family
S7902: Lincoln Trail College (IECC): SOC 2103: Marriage and Family
S7902: Wabash Valley College (IECC): SOC 2103: Marriage and Family
S7902: Rend Lake College: SOCI 2102: Marriage & the Family
S7902: College of Lake County: SOC 224: Sociology of Family
S7902: John A. Logan College: SOC 263: Marriage & Family
S7902: Joliet Junior College: SOC 270: Marriage and Family
S7902: Wilbur Wright College (CCC): SOC 203: Marriage and Family
S7902: Prairie State College: SOCIO 210: Marriage and the Family
S7902: Black Hawk College: SOC 251: Marriage & the Family
S7902: Harold Washington College (CCC): SOC 203: Marriage & Family
S7902: Harper College: SOC 120: Fam in Contemp Society
S7902: Malcolm X College (CCC): SOC 203: Marriage and the Family
S7902: John Wood Community College: SOC 224: Marriage and Family
Resubmitted Ongoing Review Courses
S1901N: Prairie State College: ANTHR 222: Intro to Cultural & Social Anthrop
S1901N: Western Illinois University: ANTH 110: Intro. to Cultural Anthropology
S1901N: Northeastern Illinois University: ANTH 212: Intr Cultural Anthr
S1901N: Highland Community College: SOCI 177: Introduction to Anthropology
S1901N: Olney Central College (IECC): ANT 2102: Cultural Anthropology
S1901N: Heartland Community College: ANTH 101: Intro to Cult Anthro
S1902: Elgin Community College: ATR 250: Human Evolution
S1902: Lewis & Clark Community College: ANTH 231: Intro to Physical Anthropology
S2903: Northeastern Illinois University: HIST 111B: World History:  West 1500-Present
S2906N: Northeastern Illinois University: HIST 111E: World History: Africa
S2910N: Northeastern Illinois University: HIST 111D: World History:  Latin America
S4900N: Northeastern Illinois University: G&ES 104: World Geography
S5902: Oakton Community College: PSC 102: State and Local Government
S5902: Oakton Community College: PSC 102: State and Local Government
S5902: Malcolm X College (CCC): POL SCI 207: U.S. State and Local Government
S6902: Northeastern Illinois University: PSYC 110: Life Span Dev
S7900: Bradley University: SOC 100: Sociological Perspective

4. Course Approval Criteria and Submission Process - Review materials 

5. Items from Panel Members

    AP Legislation to be discussed - Related work completed in spring

6. Dates for Next Meetings – TBD at meeting

The IAI GECC Social & Behavioral Sciences panel will meet on Thursday, November 12th, at 10 am at ISU's Alumni Center, Rm 119, in Normal, IL. Lunch will be provided for in-person participating members. Conference call information and web meeting information, if available, and an agenda will be provided closer to the meeting. For more information regarding agenda/meeting items, contact the panel manager, Malinda Aiello at aiello@ibhe.org, ph # (217) 557-7355. For questions about the venue, contact Krista Jackson or Janice Leuchtenberg at iai@itransfer.org, ph #309-438-8640/7114.

The IAI GECC Mathematics panel will meet on Friday, November 6th, at 10 am at ISU's Alumni Center, Rm 119, Normal, IL. Lunch will be provided for in-person participating members.Conference call information and web meeting information, if available, and an agenda will be provided closer to the meeting. For more information regarding agenda/meeting items, contact the panel manager, Ashley Becker at Ashley.Becker@illinois.gov, ph#217-524-5503. For questions about the venue, contact Krista Jackson or Janice Leuchtenberg at iai@itransfer.org, ph #309-438-8640/7114.

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