C-12 Responsibilities, Rights, and Welfare of Graduate Student Academic Employees Committee

Chair: David G. Bogard

Vice chair/
Chair elect:

Melissa Olive

Member E-mail Address Book (comma deliminated)
Member E-mail Address Book (semi-colon deliminated)

2005-2006 Annual Report

FUNCTION: To advise the Faculty Council and the president on matters pertaining to the responsibilities, rights, and welfare of graduate student academic employees.

COMPOSITION: At least five members of the General Faculty, one staff graduate coordinator, and at least three students who are teaching assistants (at least one), assistant instructors (at least one), or graduate research assistants (at least one). Student members shall be appointed by the president in the fall from a panel of names submitted by the Graduate Student Assembly. In addition, every year the chair of the Faculty Council shall appoint two members of the Faculty Council for one-year terms as members of the committee. The committee shall elect its own chair and vice chair, who shall be members of the General Faculty. One representative from the Graduate School shall serve as a non-voting administrative adviser.

Members, 2005-2006:
  Barrish, Phillip J. 2005-2007 associate professor, English
  Bogard, David G. 2004-2006 professor, mechanical engineering
  Brodbelt, Jennifer S. 2005-2007 professor, chemistry and biochemistry
  De Veciana, Gustavo A. 2005-2007 professor, electrical and computer engineering
  Palka, Bruce P. 2004-2006 professor, mathematics

Faculty Council Appointees:
  Miller, Karl H. 2005-2006 assistant professor, history
  Olive, Melissa L. 2005-2006 assistant professor, special education

One Staff :
  Guerrero, Philip A. 2005-2006 graduate program coordinator, geological sciences

Three Students:
  Anderson, Michael R. 2005-2006 Graduate Stduent Assembly
  Dinan, Edward J. (Joe) 2005-2006 Graduate Student Assembly
  Mass, Noah 2005-2006 Graduate Student Assembly representative

Administrative Adviser:
  Kahn, Terry D. ex-officio associate dean, graduate studies