ITS Governance and Committees
ACADEMIC COMPUTING AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE (Joint) – ACET
(Approved by Faculty Senate on February 20, 1996)
1. to advise the Faculty Senate, the Associate Vice President for Computing and Educational Technology [now, Information Technology Services - ITS], and the administration on matters of The Technology Hub policy and administration, and
2. to serve as a liaison between the faculty and the Technology Hub.
COMPOSITION (APPROVED BY FACULTY SENATE ON NOVEMBER 5, 2002):
The Academic Computing and Educational Technology Committee is a Joint Committee between the Provost and the Faculty Senate as described in Article IV, Title B. 2. of the Faculty Bylaws.
The Academic Computing and Educational Technology Committee consists of fourteen members total, the Provost who is Chair, the Vice Provost for Administration, the Associate Vice President for Computing and Educational Technology, seven faculty drawn from various schools and the Library, two additional members chosen by the Provost, a graduate student, and an Undergraduate Student.
Chair: Donald Loewen, Vice Provost
Julia Glauberman, University Libraries
Erin Rushton, Libraries
Kartik Gopalan, Computer Science
Tongshu Ma, School of Management
Kathleen Sterling, Anthropology
Xingye Qiao, Mathematics
Kenneth Chiu, Computer Science
** TBA ** , Undergraduate Student
Matt Wetzel, Graduate Student
Pamela Mischen, president's appointee
James Pitarresi, provost's appointee
Andrew Tucci (non-voting)
Michael Allington (non-voting)