TYPE C: INSTITUTIONAL POLICY OR GOVERNANCE

C-13 Information Technology Committee (est. 2005 D 3694)

Chair: Paul Resta
Vice Chair: Betsy S. Greenberg
Chair Elect: Chang Liu
Minutes (doc): N/A

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

Committee's annual reports from previous years:

2011-2012
 

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

Fifteen voting members of the General Faculty, thirteen of which will serve three-year staggered terms. In addition, every year the Chair of the Faculty Council shall appoint two voting faculty members of the Faculty Council for one-year terms. Eight of the faculty members will be from college/school faculty information technology (IT) committees and will rotate among the colleges and schools that have faculty IT committees. As an IT faculty term expires, the deans of colleges/schools with faculty IT committees will send the name of a faculty member of the IT committee to the Committee on Committees. The remaining five faculty members will be selected through the regular procedures of the Committee on Committees (see HOP 2-1040 section B). The Committee on Committees will submit all faculty recommendations/nominations, including the IT panel, to the president for appointment. There will be four staff members appointed for two-year staggered terms. At least two of the staff member representatives shall not be employed in IT-related areas. The President shall appoint three student members for one-year terms, one from each panel of names submitted by Student Government, the Senate of College Councils, and the Graduate Student Assembly. Each year, the committee shall elect its own Chair and Vice Chair who shall be voting faculty members of the committee. The Chief Information Officer and a representative from the Information Technology Research & Educational Technology Committee (R&E) shall serve as ex officio members without vote. A representative from each of the following shall be selected by the President to serve as an administrative advisor without vote: the Center for Teaching and Learning, financial affairs, and department chairs.

***PENDING FINAL APPROVAL OF D 10287-10289b***

Members, 2012-13:
  Bizer, Marc 2012-2014 associate professor, French and Italian
  Chiou, Derek 2011-2013 assistant professor, electrical and computer engineering
  Greenberg, Betsy S. 2012-2015 associate professor, information, risk, and operations manager
  Liu, Chang 2012-2015 assistant professor, communication sciences and disorders
  Resta, Paul 2012-2014 professor, curriculum and instruction

Faculty Council Appointees:
  Davis, Patrick J. 2012-2013 professor, pharmacy
  Shorkey, Clayton T. 2012-2013 professor, social work

Four Staff:
  Chambers, John B. 2011-2013 senior software engineer, computer science
  Kedrick, Jeb 2012-2014 administrative associate, parking and transportation
  TBD2 2012-2014 Staff Council representative
  TBD1 2011-2013 Staff Council representative

Three Students:
  Male, Frank R. 2012-2013 Graduate Student Assembly representative
  Tyger, Paul 2012-2013 Student Government representative, senior, engineering/liberal arts
  Yousefi, Farzad 2012-2013 Senate of College Councils representative, junior, electrical engineering

Administrative Advisors (without vote):
  Englert, Bradley G. ex officio
without vote
associate vice president and chief information officer, ITS
  Konana, Prabhudev ex officio
without vote
chair, IROM
  Newell, Angela M. ex officio
without vote
coordinator, ITS (financial affairs representative)
  Strader, Ross ex officio
without vote
Center for Learning and Teaching
  Tenbarge Jr, Joseph C. ex officio
without vote
assistant dean, LAITS (college and school technology coordinators representative)

 

1Karen Blaney resigned from the committee effective January 2, 2013.
2Stuart Tendler resigned from the committee effective April 17, 2013.