In addition to the CEHS policies and procedures available on CEHS SharePoint. In general, these policies and procedures will pertain to academic affairs (both undergraduate and graduate), Research Office policies and practices (pertinent to grants), faculty matters (i.e., graduate faculty status; promotion and tenure processes), and the work of the various faculty committees (e.g., Academic Affairs; RSPD; Faculty Executive Committee). As The White Board is a private site, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a link.
Academic and Student Affairs
Graduate Faculty Information
Graduate Faculty List (includes expiry dates)
- Graduate Faculty Membership Guidelines
- Online Graduate Faculty Application
Other Helpful Information
Course Inventory Management System (CIMS)
CIMS is the portal for submitting proposals for new and changing programs and Courses
- Course Inventory Management System (CIMS) Help Pages
Faculty Senate Resources
Includes directions for CIMS, Syllabus Builder tool, syllabus boilerplate language for the most up-to-date policies, credit hour guidelines, and a wealth of other useful information.
Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee
Provides information on committee members and meeting dates
Faculty Senate: Proposal Types
Describes every type of proposal faculty may be asked to review (new course, course alteration, course change, course deactivation, new major, change to major, new minor, change to minor, new area of emphasis, change of area of emphasis)
Faculty Senate: Course Proposals
Outlines each section of a syllabus, including boilerplate language on the most up-to-date policies.
Faculty Senate: Program Proposals
Details each type of program faculty may be asked to review (major and degree programs, minors, areas of emphasis)
- Academic and Student Affairs Meeting Dates and Proposal Deadlines for Fall 2017:
Meeting Date Proposal Deadline January 10 January 3 February 7 January 31 March 7 February 28 April 4 March 28 May 2 April 25
CEHS Research Office
The Research Office, in the College of Education and Human Services, is committed to supporting faculty members in their efforts to obtain external funding for research. They are available to assist faculty in identifying funding sources, preparing proposals and budgets, providing knowledge about University and College policies, and serving as a liaison between CEHS, WVU’s Office of Sponsored Programs, and various funding agencies and philanthropic organizations.
The goal of the Research Office is to make research grants application processes efficient and effective for CEHS faculty members.
- Research Services
- CEHS Faculty Travel Grants
- Faculty Mentoring Programs
- External Funding
- Internal Funding
- Boilerplate Descriptions
- Research Facilities and Resources
- WVU Research Administration
Teaching and Learning Technologies Center
Teaching and Learning Technologies Center (TLTC) provides computing and academic support to the College of Education and Human Services. It is located on the 4th floor of Allen Hall. A team of graduate assistants are available to provide technology support for users. The instructional designer can assists instructors on the use of eCampus, course design, and teaching-related needs. TLTC has classrooms equipped with computers, projectors, White Boards, etc. available for reservation (CEHS faculty and classes only).TLTC Services:
Office of Advancement
The CEHS Office of Advancement - created from the merger of the Communications/Marketing Office and the Office of Development - directs the alumni relations, communications, marketing, and fundraising efforts of the college. Services are offered in the following areas:
Secondary Analysis Lab
M Cecil Smith, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, and Lucas Moore, Director of the Program Evaluation and Research Center are collaborating to establish the Secondary Analysis Lab as a resource for CEHS faculty members and graduate students. The purpose of the lab is to both encourage and support the utilization and analysis of a wide variety of education and social sciences data sets to address important education and social policy questions. If you'd like to learn more, please visit the Secondary Analysis Lab page.