College committees are appointed by the dean in consultation with the Executive Council. It shall be a general policy of the College of Pharmacy that committee membership will be drawn from both campuses for usual terms of three years; exceptions to the three year term may occur in the interest of maintaining experienced continuity and/or leadership. The policies pertaining to standing committees (below) generally apply to other college committees, but there may be some instances in which the regular faculty requirements are not appropriate. All committees (and similar representative bodies) shall submit to the dean or designees an annual report by May 31 of each year; other interim reports may be requested as necessary to facilitate effective management of college affairs.
The chair of each standing committee shall be a regular faculty member and appointed by the dean unless otherwise specified by university policy. A majority of each committee shall consist of regular faculty with representation from all academic departments unless another composition is specified by university policy.
The Board shall consist of an equal number of faculty and students and operate under the policies and procedures given in the Faculty Handbook of The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. The purpose of the Board is... [more]
This Committee shall consist of at least five faculty members, the associate dean of pharmacy student affairs (ex officio) and the senior associate dean for... [more]
The Admissions Committee for the professional program shall consist of at least five faculty members, an alumnus, two practicing pharmacists, and four pharmacy... [more]
The Assessment Committee shall be composed of at least five regular faculty members, the assistant dean for assessment and evaluation (ex officio), at least two pharmacy professionals external to the College, and one... [more]
This Committee shall consist of at least six faculty members, drawn from all departments; the majority will have been appointed to a college or school of pharmacy for at least four years. Furthermore, at least [more]
Membership of the Curriculum Committee shall consist of at least six faculty members, an alumnus, two students, one practicing pharmacist, and the associate dean for academic affairs (ex officio). The primary functions of the... [more]
The Executive Council, which meets monthly on the second Wednesday of the month from 9-10:30 a.m., shall consist of the dean; assistant and associate deans; department chairs and vice chairs; directors; a faculty member representative for each department, each elected to a two year term; and the president of the pharmacy student council. The purpose of the... [more - download minutes]
This Committee shall consist of at least five graduate faculty members and one graduate student in pharmaceutical sciences; a majority of the members shall be faculty with authority to chair doctoral committees. The Committee will be chaired by a full member of the... [more]
This Committee shall consist of at least five faculty members and the majority of members should have funded research projects. The committee assimilates research needs and directions for the College, evaluates and recommends... [more]
This Committee consists of a minimum of five faculty members, including all faculty members actively directing a resident or fellow. The main purpose of this Committee is to foster the highest quality... [more]
This Committee shall be elected and function in accordance with the approved Professional Practice Plan of the College of Pharmacy. [more]
The Promotion and Tenure Committee shall consist of all tenured faculty members in the College of a rank equal to or higher than the rank for which the candidate is being considered. In the case...[more]
The primary purpose of this committee is to enhance the models of patient care for students and residents in the community pharmacies managed by the college and ambulatory... [more]
Using established guidelines, administer all aspects of the sponsored lectureship programs of the College. [more]
An operational group is established for pharmacy professional service units and is comprised of a minimum of three faculty members; a major criterion for membership on an operational group is that the individual possesses specific expertise needed to improve the operation of the unit. The major responsibility of an operational group is to assure that the unit meets its respective contractual and professional obligations and makes significant contributions to the educational and/or research programs of the College.
Annual Charge to the Group: Determine potential avenues of scholarship, prioritize them, and implement one during this academic year.
Annual Charge to the Group: Investigate the feasibility of potential revenue generating programs (e.g., the development of a More