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Governance Information

2022-2023

School of Engineering Governance Document

Curriculum Committee

The role of the School of Engineering Curriculum Committee (CC) is defined in the School of Engineering Governance document.  It is charged with making recommendations concerning curricular issues related to improving the quality of the academic mission of the School. The Committee is responsible for reviewing recommendations from Departmental Curriculum Committees and other sources concerning new programs, nature of degrees, program structure, new or revised course proposals, prerequisites, or other issues deemed appropriate.

The CC is composed of eight members; five voting faculty members representing each department in the School of Engineering, two non-voting students, and the assistant dean serving as the dean’s ex officio representative without vote.

The CC meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month.  If the 4th Wednesday falls on a holiday/vacation day, the CC will meet in the 2nd Wed that month.  Departmental requests must be submitted to the CC Chair one week in advance of the meeting for consideration.

  • Michael Horst, Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
  • Mahrukh Khan, Assistant Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Jennifer Wang, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Christopher Wagner, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Manuel Figueroa, Associate Professor, Integrative STEM Education
  • Martha Stella, Assistant Dean
  • Samuel Akinlolu ’23, Engineering Science (Computer Engineering)
  • Nolan Shade ’24, Mechanical Engineering

Relevant Information:

TCNJ Shared Governance

Course Approval Information

Other Policies related to Programs, Majors, and Minors

Program Standards Committee

  • Andrew Bechtel, Associate Professor, Civil Engineering
  • Wudyalew Wondmagegn, Associate Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Bijan Sepahpour, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Constance Hall, Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Melissa Zrada, Assistant Professor, Integrative STEM Education
  • Martha Stella, Assistant Dean

Safety Committee

  • Nabil Al-Omaishi, Professor, Civil Engineering
  • Seung-Yun Kim, Associate Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Mohammed Alabsi, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
  • Brett BuSha, Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Tanner Huffman, Associate Professor, Integrative STEM Education
  • Joseph Zanetti, Professional Services Specialist
  • Mike Steeil, Instrumentation and Laboratory Specialist
  • Brian Wittreich, Laboratory Technician
  • Ryu Revankar ’26, Biomedical Engineering
  • Gabriel Robinson ’25, Technology & Engineering Education

Committee for Strategic Plan Implementation

  • Thomas Brennan, Professor, Civil Engineering
  • Orlando Hernandez, Associate Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Xuefeng Wei, Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Matthew Cathell, Associate Professor, Integrative STEM Education
  • Aubrey Majkowski ’25, Mechanical Engineering
  • Ismael Nunez ’23, Civil Engineering

Steering Committee

  • Anthony Deese, Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Brett BuSha, Professor, Biomedical Engineering
  • Andrea Welker, Dean
  • Dana Wilson, Assistant to the Dean & Office Manager
  • Terrell Osei-Kyei ’26, Civil Engineering
  • Asid Khadam ’26, Mechanical Engineering

Student Representative Committee

The Student Representative Committee (SRC) is composed of elected students from departments across the School of Engineering and the Student Government Association (SGA) Engineering Senators who will serve on the Student Representative Committee as ex officio members without vote.

  • Biomedical Engineering Representatives (2) – Ryu Revankar ‘ 26, Laasya Seelam ’26,
  • Civil Engineering Representatives (2) – Terrell Osei-Kyei ’26
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering + Engineering Science Representatives (2) – Samuel Akinlolu ’23, Joseph Woods ’24
  • Integrative STEM Education Representatives (2) – Gabriel Robinson ’25
  • Mechanical Engineering + Engineering Science Representatives (2) – Asid Khadam ’26, Aubrey Majkowski ’25
  • Ismael Nunez ‘23 Civil Engineering – SGA Senator
  • Nolan Shade ‘24 Mechanical Engineering – SGA Senator
  • Joe Woods ’25 Computer Engineering – SGA Senator

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Contact

Armstrong Hall, Room 165
The College of New Jersey
P.O. Box 7718
2000 Pennington Rd.
Ewing, NJ 08628

609.771.2538
engineer@tcnj.edu

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