Faculty and Clinical Affairs

Student Promotion Committee

Elected term is four years. Student term is one year.

Member

Category

Term ends June 30

Bradley Jacobs, M.D.

Faculty - Elected

2021

Courtney Sulentic, Ph.D.

Faculty - Elected

2021

Smita Krishnamurthy, M.D.

Faculty - Elected

2020

Ryan Mast, D.O. - Chair

Faculty - Elected

2019

Anne Proulx, D.O.

Dean's appointee

 

Luke McCoy, M.D.

Dean's appointee

 

Erica Taylor, M.D. Dean's appointee  

Gary LeRoy, M.D.

Associate Dean, bylaws mandate

 

Jennifer Barbadora

non-voting senior student representative

 

Andrew Wechsler

non-voting alternate student representative

 

Alexandra Kursinskis

non-voting alternate student representative

 


A. Committee Purpose

The Student Promotion Committee shall (1) evaluate medical student performance and (2) nominate medical students for certification of graduation.

Evaluate the overall performance of each medical student at the termination of each academic year and recommend to the associate dean for students affairs, the promotion, or other appropriate action, of the student.

During the course of an academic year, the associate dean and the committee chair shall have major responsibility for keeping the Student Promotion Committee informed as to the performance of each class, paying particular attention to those students experiencing academic difficulty.

When appropriate, the committee chair may call the committee into session for formal review and/or action related to a student's academic performance.

Nominate medical students for certification of graduation in the instance of the final grading sequence. The nominations must be ratified by the Faculty of Medicine before presentation to the president for final action by the Board of Trustees.

B. Committee Membership

The Student Promotion Committee shall be composed of four elected faculty members and three faculty members appointed by the Dean. The Committee shall also include the following non-voting members: The Associate Dean of Student Affairs (SPC administrative ex officio); The Associate Dean for Medical Education; and two students.

Recognizing that the School of Medicine desires a diverse student body and serves a total community, the committee should, ideally, include representation from this broad constituency. In the event that the associate dean for student affairs perceives an imbalance in the composition of the committee, the associate dean may, with the concurrence of the majority of the committee voting, appoint an additional one to two faculty members for a one-year term.

C. Committee Meetings

The committee shall meet upon the call of the chair at least once at the termination of each academic year. It can be called for specific business during the academic year by the dean, its chair, or by written petition to its chair by any two members of the committee.

D. Student Petition

A student may petition the associate dean for student affairs that there be further deliberations in the student's behalf; the associate dean may call the committee to deliberate the specific petition. Results of such a call meeting shall be recorded and filed in the office of the associate dean for student affairs.

Source: Bylaws of the Faculty of Medicine, Article V, Section 4.


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Last edited on 08/20/2018.