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Semester-End Report
Fall 2007

 

Significant Events

October                                               Graduate Open House  was held October 12, 280 prospective students attended

October-December                              Work on Revision of Bi-Laws – bi-laws revised and submitted to Committee on Committees

December                                            Graduate Commencement will be Saturday, December 16, 2006.  Snow Date Sunday, December 17, 2006. 

Graduate Studies Policies Passed Fall 2006

 

POLICY ON 500 LEVEL COURSES TAKEN AS NON-MATRICULATED STUDENT

At the discretion of the advisor and the Dean, School of Graduate Studies, 9 credits at the 500 level taken as a non matriculated student may be applied to the student's graduate degree's planned program of study.  In addition, at the request of the student, the Department and Dean will review the student’s graduate transcript for courses taken as a non-matriculated student and may approve other courses, beyond those nine credits, that he or she wishes to be applied to that degree program.  Students must be admitted to a graduate program in order to be awarded a degree in that program.

 

POLICY ON 400 LEVEL COURSES AND ABOVE

(Revision for clarity)

Courses numbered 400 and above may be included in a planned program of graduate study when they are listed in the graduate catalog and the course description so allows.  Students may have a maximum of nine credits (and in some cases zero to six, depending on the program) at the 400 level when approved by the program advisor.  The nine credit limit on 400-level courses does not apply to graduate post-baccalaureate teacher certification programs and to some official certificate programs.  Graduate students enrolled in 400-level classes are required to do additional work as compared to their undergraduate classmates.

 

Courses numbered under 400 may be applied toward teacher certification and official certificate programs when recommended by the advisor but will not be approved for inclusion in other graduate degree programs.

 

POLICY ON ADMISSION OF STUDENTS WITH GPA LOWER THAN 2.40

(No Change)

The GSC decision was that the standard should not change.  The committee felt that lowering standards was not appropriate and that if a student wished to be admitted to CCSU, this potential applicant would need to take courses to elevate the GPA to at least a 2.40.

 

 

 


Scholarships

 

The following nominees were recommended for Graduate Academic Awards:

 

Student Name                                                Graduate Program

 

Amundsen, Allan                                              M.A., History

 

Camposeo, Katherine                                       M.S., Art Education

 

Curraro, Marriah                                              M.S., TESOL

 

DePeau, Edward                                              M.S., Data Mining

 

Dickson, Robert                                               M.S., Music Education

 

Girard, Brian                                                    M.S., Biological Sciences: Anesthesia

 

Harrington, Marcia                                           M.S., Early Childhood Education

 

Heverling, Kerry                                               M.A., English

 

Howard-Bender, Katherine                              M.S., Reading and Language Arts

 

Kwasnick, Dennis                                             M.S., Criminal Justice

 

Leavitt, Katherine                                             M.S., Computer Information Technology

 

Linabury, Mark                                                M.S., Teacher Education

 

Liu, Qing                                                          M.A., Mathematics

 

McCarthy, Brian                                               M.A., Spanish

 

McGurn, Katherine                                           M.A., Public History

 

McKay, Elizabeth                                             M.A., Psychology

 

Mihalyo, Marianne                                            M.A., Biomolecular Sciences

 

Murugan, Senthil                                               M.S., Data Mining

 

Murphy, Cherilyn                                              M.S., Physical Education and Human                                                                                                    Performance

 

O’Brian, Richard                                              6th Year Certificate, Reading and Language                                                                                                       Arts

 

O’Connell, Carli                                               M.S., Special Education          

 

Oliveri, Nadine                                     M.S., Marriage and Family Therapy

 

Powell, John                                                     M.A., Biology

 

Preli, Linda                                                       M.S., Natural Sciences: Science Education

 

Putt, Rebecca                                                   M.S., Communication

 

Schmidt, Matthew                                            M.S., Technology Management

 

Sigel, Pat                                                          M.S., Professional and Rehabilitation                                                                                                    Counseling

 

Sikora, Behn                                                    M.S., Educational Leadership

 

Smith, Scott                                                      M.S., Geography

 

Sparrow, Ryan                                                 M.S., Engineering Technology

                                                                       

Weatherby, Carol                                             M.S., Elementary Education

 

 

The following nominees were recommended for Outstanding Scholar Awards:

 

Student Name                                                School & Program

           

McKay, Elizabeth                                             Arts & Sciences

                                                                        M.A., Psychology

 

Oliveri, Nadine                                     Education & Professional Studies

                                                                        M.S., Marriage and Family Therapy

 

Sparrow, Ryan                                                 Technology,

                                                                        M.S., Engineering Technology

 

 

Respectfully submitted by

Glynis Fitzgerald, GSC Chair

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