Committee Assignments


Three major committees lead campus governance work.

Academic Strategic Planning Committee

The Academic Strategic Planning Committee (ASP) focuses on comprehensive planning for the strategic needs of the academic program of the college.

Elected faculty members for 2023-24

  • Chair-Amy Tibbitts, Associate Professor, Modern Languages & Literatures (Spanish)
  • Rachel Bergstrom, Associate Professor, Biology
  • Chuck Lewis, Professor, English
  • Laura Parmentier, Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry 
  • Daniel Youd, Professor, Modern Languages & Literatures (Chinese)

Faculty Status and Performance Committee

The Faculty Status and Performance Committee helps the administration, faculty, and Senate in the formulation and implementation of policies that will maintain and strengthen the professional status and teaching effectiveness of the faculty. The provost consults with the committee every fall and spring semester regarding the planning of the college budget for the fiscal year, particularly on the priority to be given to faculty salaries and other compensation. 

Elected faculty members for 2023-24

  • Chair-Natalie Gummer, Professor, Critical Identity Studies
  • Scott Espeseth, Professor, Art
  • Susan Furukawa, Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Literatures (Japanese)
  • Leslie Williams, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  • Jay Zambito, Associate Professor, Geology

Curriculum Oversight and Administration Committee

The Curriculum Oversight and Administration Committee shall oversee existing academic programs, and advise the provost on matters pertaining to academic administration.

Elected faculty members for 2023-24

  • Chair-Laura Grube, Associate Professor, Economics & Business
  • Joseph Derosier, Assistant Professor, Modern Languages & Literatures (French)
  • Eyad Haj Said, Assistant Professor, Math & Computer Science
  • Chris Johnson, Professor, Theatre and Dance

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