About Core Curriculum

Director of the Core– Wendy Watson

Wendy Watson is a graduate of the University of Michigan (BA, English and Psychology), The College of William & Mary (J.D. and M.P.P) and The Ohio State University (Ph.D).  Her research and teaching interests focus on constitutional law and criminal procedure, judicial process, equal access to justice, and pedagogical best practices.  She is the recipient of both the UNT Foundation Outstanding Lecturer Award and the J.H. Shelton Award for Teaching Excellence.  She is currently co-authoring an undergraduate text on legal research and writing. 

Wendy Watson

Director of the Core
940-565-4413
core@unt.edu

Assistant Registrar—Curriculum/Catalog and Scheduling – Evynne Wong

Ms. Wong coordinates all Curriculog entries, supports faculty who want to learn about curriculog, and conducts training on the use of curriculog. Curriculog is an electronic system by which Core courses are tracked across all levels of approval and is used exclusively for processing all aspects of the development of, changes to, and removal of Core Courses at UNT. In order to submit a Core course in Curriculog, interested parties must first contact Ms. Wong to receive a username and password.

Evynne Wong

Eagle Student Services Center, Office of the Registrar
940-565-2111
evynne.wong@unt.edu

Oversight Committee for the Core Curriculum (OCCC), Faculty Co-Chair, 2016-2017 - Karen Harker
The Oversight Committee for the Core Curriculum is a faculty senate committee consisting of 11 voting members. A majority of the voting members are tenured faculty. The committee has one representative from each faculty senate group, as well as 3 at-large members. A faculty co-chair serves as the coordinator of the group. The office of the Provost designates an administrative co-chair of the committee who will serve as an ex-officio non-voting member, which is currently the Director of the Core. The committee meets monthly between September and December, and February and May. The committee oversees Core courses through the process of inception, change, and removal from the Core. The committee uses the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board guidelines when conducting oversight of the Core courses. The minutes and general operation of the committee can be found on the OCCC faculty senate website.

Karen Harker

University Libraries, Library Annex
940-565-2688
Karen.Harker@unt.edu

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