Program Review Documents for Physical Science Faculty

This page provides links to the documents the department is working on for the current program review process. Most of the documents here are just preliminary drafts. Some documents are in PDF form, so you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them.

Documents now available

  1. Final program review submitted to BPR (in PDF). This version is extensively bookmarked and the bookmarks are functional (unlike the previous drafts). This had to be done manually by Nick Strobel, so contact him if he made an error in creating the bookmarks. Two documents/appendices from Architecture are not included in the PDF because they were in an AutoCad format that could not be converted to PDF—see Bob Funk or Bob Dietz if you would like to see a copy of them.

    To navigate the PDF using the bookmark/index feature of Acrobat Reader, toggle on the ``Navigation Pane'' by clicking the fourth button (from the left) in the Acrobat Reader window (between the ones that look like a printer and a hand). Select the plus (+) symbol next to an index heading see the sub-headings under a top-level heading.

  2. April 23 (Monday) department program review draft (in PDF).
  3. April 20 (Friday) department program review draft (in PDF).
  4. February 23 department program review draft (Word document). Feb 23 draft in PDF.
  5. Blank program review document in Rich-Text format that can be read by most word-processing software. When you download this file, save it to a file with the suffix ".rtf" so that Windows will know how to open the document on your harddrive.
  6. Mathematics program review (PDF) self-study in 1998-99 provides a nice model for us to use. The PDF filesize is 2 times smaller than the Word format.
  7. Astronomy program review draft (PDF) as of February 20, 2001. This is a PDF document (almost 8 times smaller than the Word format).
  8. Chemistry + Physical Science (class) program review draft (PDF) as of February 20, 2001. This is a PDF document (2 times smaller than the Word format) and also includes language for the entire department.

last update: 25 April 2001


web page contact: Nick Strobel