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Student Affairs

Chair

TBD (17)

 

Faculty Members

Kathleen Davis (SLA) (15)
Laura Adderley (SLA) (17)
Beth Poe (SLA) (15)
Donata Henry (SSE) (15)
Tewodros Amdeberhan (SSE) (16)
Larry Byers (SSE) (17)
Judy Lewis (SSW) (15)
Scott Ruff (Arch) (15)
Harish Sujan (ABF) (13)
Mark Wessman(Law) (17)
Astrid Engel (SPHTM) (13)
Brent Alper (SOM) (15)
Sharyn Orr (SCS) (15)

Student Members

Molly Lynch (UG, NTC)
Mara O'Brien Hahn (UG, SPHTM)
Morgan Wittenberg (UG, SLA)
Peter Haskins (UG, SSE)
Isabella Zimmer  (UG, ABF)
TBD (UG, Arch)

Ryan Nelson (SOM)
Heather Frost (G, SLA)
Mona Anchan (G, SSE)
Michael Sander (G, ABF)

TBD (SCS) 
TBD (Law)
TBD (SPHTM)
TBD (SSW)


Ex Officio

VP, Student Affairs: Dusty Porter
Assistant or Associate VPs, Student Affairs: TBD (3 in total)
President of USG: Evan Nicoll
President of GAPSA: Bryan Hambley
President of ASB: Chelsea Cipriano

Administrative Representative

VP, Student Affairs: Michael Hogg

Functions

Executive: to advise the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students and the University Senate on all matters affecting student life. The Committee will consider student organizations, student publications, housing of students, student health, student conduct and discipline, diversity and multicultural affairs, co-curricular activities, auxiliary and student services, and similar social and cultural aspects of student life.

Advisory: to the Senate on basic policies governing student affairs; founding of student organizations; housing, bookstore, food services, and health services.

Membership

The Committee shall be composed of 23 voting members appointed as follows: a) 13 faculty members: three from the School of Liberal Arts three from the School of Science and Engineering one from Architecture one from Business one from Medical School one from Law one from Public Health and Tropical Medicine one from the School of Continuing Studies one from Social Work; b) 12 students: one undergraduate from the School of Liberal Arts, two undergraduates from the School of Science and Engineering (one in science, one in engineering), one from Architecture (undergraduate), one from Business (undergraduate), one from the Medical School, one from a graduate program in the School of Liberal Arts, one from a graduate program in the School of Science and Engineering, one from the School of Continuing Studies, one from Law, one from Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and one from Social Work. c) Ex officio, non-voting members shall be 9: -Vice-President for Student Affairs -Student Affairs Associate or Assistant Vice-Presidents (3) -Housing/Residential Life - Campus Recreation and Student Centers -One Other Chosen by the Vice-President for Student Affairs -Senior Associate Vice-President for Campus Services -Executive Director of Student Health Services -President of the Associated Student Body -President of GAPSA -President of USG d) Other ex officio members will be appointed to the particular subcommittees in which they have interest or responsibilities. i) At the first meeting of the academic year, the Committee shall designate an Executive Subcommittee, to serve as advisory to the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Stu dents when it is not possible for the full membership to meet. The Executive Subcommittee shall include three faculty members and three students.ii) The Committee will form Ad Hoc Subcommittees as necessary to deal with particular issues. Other members of the University community will be asked to join Ad Hoc Sub-committees or will be invited to Committee meetings, when the Committee is dealing with topics in which they have interests or responsibility.


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