TYPE C: INSTITUTIONAL POLICY OR GOVERNANCE

C-13 Information Technology Committee

Approved by Faculty Council on February 21, 2005. Transmitted to the president on February 24, 2005. Approved by the presdient on March 14, 2005. See related legislation (D 3715-3716).


Chair: Kenneth Flamm
Vice Chair/
Chair elect:

Desiderio Kovar

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

FUNCTION: To recommend to the president, and to the vice-president for information technology, and to the Faculty Council changes in policies regarding information technology; to consult with and advise the vice-president for information technology about policies and procedures pertaining to information technology at The University.

COMPOSITION: Eight members of the General Faculty, four staff members, and four students. Staff members shall be appointed to two-year rotating terms by the president, from a panel of names submitted by the Staff Council. One student member shall be appointed to a one-year term by the president in the fall from a panel of names submitted by each of the student government and the student senate, and two members shall be appointed to one-year terms by the president 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. The vice-president for information technology shall serve as an ex-officio member without vote. A representative from each of the following shall be selected by the president to serve as an administrative adviser without vote: the division of innovative instruction and assessment, the college and school technology coordinators, financial affairs, department chairs.

Members, 2005-2006:
  Almy, Dean J. 2005-2006 assistant professor, architecture
  Duke, Robert A. 2005-2006 professor, music
  Grobe, Susan J. 2005-2007 professor, nursing
  Raizen, Esther L. 2005-2006 associate professor, Middle Eastern studies
  Rowe, Timothy B. 2005-2007 professor, geological sciences
  Strover, Sharon L. 2005-2007 professor, radio-television-film
  TBD 2005-2006 General Faculty Member
  TBD 2005-2007 General Faculty Member

 
1Mary L. Rice -Lively resigned from the committee on January 27, 2006, due to a scheduling confict.
2Daniel H. Robinson resigned from the committee on January 27, 2006, due to a scheduling conflict.

Faculty Council Appointees:
  Flamm, Kenneth 2005-2006 professor, public affairs
  Kovar, Desiderio 2005-2006 associate professor, mechanical engineering

Four Staff
  Burns, David A. 2005-2007 director, business school
  Donovan, Bennett 2005-2006 systems analyst, Information Technology Services
  Gavenda, Philip M. 2005-2007 senior systems analyst, admissions
  Simon, R. Frank 2005-2006 technical services manager, fine arts

Four Students
  Gilstrap, Stephen 2005-2006 Senate of College Councils representative, business
  Guo, Runhua 2005-2006 Graduate Student Assembly representative, engineering
  Kennedy, Christopher J. 2005-2006 Student Govenrment representative, public affairs
  Priven, Moira E. 2005-2006 Graduate Student Assembly representative, foreign language education

Administrative Advisers:
  Ashcroft, Judy C. ex officio associate vice president, Division of Innovative Instruction and Assessment
  Brumfield, Jeffrey A. ex officio representative, college and school technology coordinators, associate dean, instructional technology
  Lavender, Robert G. (Greg) ex officio director, computer sciences
  Reynolds, Athena H . ex officio representative, financial affairs
  Updegrove, Daniel A. ex officio vice president for information technology