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Academic Affairs Committee on Restructuring

Provost Huot has called together a group to offer suggestions for revision of the structure of the Division of Academic Affairs. This group is charged with:

  • Facilitation of campuswide discussion centered on the best ways to position The College to achieve its missions and to successfully implement our strategic initiatives
  • Examination and identification of commonalities among the academic and nonacademic programs in the three schools for purposes of grouping/regrouping them into major curricular units that take advantage of their natural affinities
  • Transparency - i.e. keeping the College community informed
  • Development of up to three alternate models of organization by mid-March, 2009

Public AACR Documents

These documents require a College NetID login to access.

Provost's Letter to the College Community & Transitional Leadership Plan

This document is dated May 5.

 

In order to facilitate its charge, the Committee wishes to share the following documents with the College community. These documents are Adobe PDF files, unless otherwise noted. They require a College NetID login to access.

Committee Membership

  • Michael Barbosu
  • Joe Chesebro
  • Diane Dwyer
  • Richard Fenton, Chair
  • John Gardner
  • Stephen Godleski
  • Frank Kuhn
  • Margie Lovett-Scott
  • Marie Mallory, Staff Support
  • Diane Maurer
  • Sandy Mullin, Staff Support
  • Susan Petersen
  • T.M. Rao, Senate Observer
  • Jamie Spiller
  • Steve Ullman


Events

Sat, Apr 26

APA & Library Services
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Research & Database Searching
noon - 1 pm