The Science Executive Committee (SEC) is the representative body that discusses issues of policy and planning that concern Division III and Psychology. This non-standing Committee makes recommendations to the Administration, the CAP, and other College Committees. The SEC oversees the Research Funding Committee for Division III and Psychology (see Research Support) and other Science Center committees, which consult with the SEC on questions of policy. The SEC also oversees the allocation of space in the Science Center and serves as a general forum for discussion of Division III and Psychology space policy.
Membership consists of the chair of each department in Division III and Psychology, the Coordinator of the Science Facilities, the Director of the Science Center, who serves as chair of the SEC, the science librarian, the Associate Provost, Director of Instructional Technology, and two rotating non-tenured faculty members, drawn from the participating departments.