History Major Committee: The HM Committee assures that each semester there are enough courses at each level with appropriate coverage of chronology, regions, and specific themes; The HM committee relies on the faculty thematic survey and other appropriate source to identify the themes that will be consistently covered and updates the selection of themes, as necessary. [For example, themes might include: women and gender; ethnicity, race, and nationalism, law and the constitution, urban and rural history, science and technology studies; Digital Humanities. These are not student pathways, goal is simply to assure consistent options.] When necessary, the CCC makes recommendations for changes to the curriculum, including changing program requirements, policies, and additions or revisions of courses. The majors committee convenes a Fall meeting to plan undergraduate courses of interest to faculty for the following academic year and reports any new courses that will be offered at least once every two years in advance of the CCC deadline for catalog inclusion. The Major Committee develops course goals and objectives for non-gened History courses. The Major Committee reviews major courses for adherence to dept guidelines. The Major Commitee reviews AHA curricular tools and disseminates to faculty or convenes relevant discussions, as appropriate. In addition to curricular concerns, these discussions may include such matters as library needs, equipment needs, grant supported opportunities, conference/travel opportunities, etc.The HM Committee assures that the content and coherence of the curriculum achieves our educational goals; addresses structural changes to the major, minor and/or programs related to the major, such as Public History; The HM Commitee proposes ways for History majors to engage in the life of the department. As a short term goal, the HM Committee is responsibile for institutionalizing co-teaching possibilities. Should the HM committee include a student representative who helps to generate student feedback useful for making curricular decisions?