Committees

* ex officio

** ex officio non-voting

Academic Advising Council

Appointed by the Provost

The Academic Advising Council (AAC) serves as the advisory group for undergraduate academic advising and reports to the provost regarding all matters related to its charge. The council advises the provost and the deans regarding student advising. Each school and college has two representatives on the Council, each selected by the dean to represent the college: one faculty adviser, who serves for a three-year term, and one staff adviser, who serves at the pleasure of the dean. The Honors College will be represented by one staff adviser.  The Honors College faculty voice will be heard through the other college faculty representatives.  To assist with clear communication, the council includes the following offices as ex officio members:  The directors of the First Year Experience, Office of Academic Success and the Office of Career Services, the Registrar, and the Academic Support Office of Athletics. The Council elects a vice chair each spring to begin service July 1 and serve as chair the following year. In addition to other reports as desired, the Council will issue an annual report in which activities are reported and evaluated and in which issues are identified and actions recommended. The AAC will develop a recommended allocation of funding for adviser training and development programs and an annual university advising award and submit it to the provost with the annual report each year, for implementation the following year.

 

The AAC is charged with assisting the institution to increase the academic success and retention of undergraduate students by highlighting and providing additional support to the academic advising processes. It will recommend to the provost goals, procedures, and standards for advising including strategies for the evaluation of advising quality and outcomes.

 

To these ends, it will review undergraduate advising across campus with the cooperation of the schools and colleges and identify issues and problems as well as strategies for addressing them.  As issues, problems, and possible solutions are identified in the institution or colleges and schools, the council will provide information and recommend action.

 

The AAC will recommend university-supported adviser development programs to provide training to both professional and faculty advisers and mentors. This training will supplement training in the schools and colleges by focusing on university-wide services for students such as those involving admissions, enrollment services, financial aid, tutoring, and academic support, personal counseling, career planning, and disability services. The committee will design and implement adviser development programs and maintain liaison with services for students across the campus.

Faculty will serve a three year term.  Each new term begins July 1. Officers will begin their term July 1.  (See by-laws in Academic Policy Series 1550.20.)

Alice Griffin
Staff
Susan Bristow
Faculty (Chair)  2012
Melinda Smith Staff  
Nann Miller
Faculty  2014
Kathy Smith
Faculty  2012
Lori Holyfield
Faculty
 2014
Trevor Francis
Staff  
Doug Talbott Staff  
Larry Aslin
Faculty  2012
Bryan Hill Staff
 
Kellie Schneider
Faculty
 2014
Carol Gattis
Staff
 
Karen Boston
Staff (Vice Chair)
 
Erica Estes-Beard
Ex-Officio
 
Quincy Spencer
Ex-Officio
 
Karen Hodges
Ex-Officio
 
Monica Jones
Ex-Officio
 
Dave Dawson      Ex-Officio  

Arkansas Union Advisory Committee

Appointed by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Makes recommendations on the formulation of general policy for the operation and use of the Arkansas Union, the allocation of Union space, and the monitoring of University Programs; acts as an advisory body for administration and business functions of the Union.

Membership consists of six students-at-large; two students appointed by ASG; one faculty member nominated by the Committee on Committees; one staff member nominated by the Staff Senate; two other faculty or staff members appointed by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs; a representative from the Alumni Association; and, ex officio, the Vice Provost for Student Affairs or his or her designee, the President of University Programs or his or her designee; the President of the Associated Student Government (ASG) or his or her designee; and, ex officio and nonvoting, the Associate Dean of Students, the Arkansas Union Advisory Committee advisor, and the Director of the Arkansas Union.

The members will elect a chairperson from among the six students at-large.

Cathryn Fleener, Chair Student at Large 2013
Mengjlao Liao, Vice Chair          
Student at Large 2013
Katie Johnson, Secretary Student at Large 2013
Anna Burdette, Public Relations Chair Student at Large 2013
Melanie Gillham
Student at Large 2013
Taylor Roberts
Student at Large 2013
Margaret Watermann
ASG Representative 2013
Brian Barlow
ASG Representative 2013
Jonnelle Colbert
Staff Senate Representative 2013
Debi Smith
Faculty at Large
2015
Jennifer Webb
Faculty (appointed by VPSA)  
Sue Donohue Smith
Staff (appointed by VPSA)  
Vacant
Alumni Association Rep.  
Angela Williams
VPSA or Designee*  
Jonathan Chesser University Programs President*  
Michael Dodd
ASG President or Designee*  
Judd Harbin
Associate Dean of Students for Campus Life*  
Lynne Williams
Union Director/Advisor*  
Lauren Gentry
Advisor*  

Biosafety Committee

Appointed by the Provost

 

Recommends policies needed for biological safety in connection with research, including policies that provide for the safe performance of recombinant DNA and human pathogen research and policies that ensure compliance with the Guidelines of the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control. Performs the institutional functions prescribed by the NIH Guidelines for the Institutional Biosafety Committee. Use and disposal of toxins is also included in the purview of the committee. University researchers initiating programs involving recombinant DNA or human pathogens shall contact the Office of Research Support and Sponsored Programs concerning registration of protocols with the committee.

Membership consists of five faculty members nominated by the Committee on Committees; one graduate student with a knowledge of recombinant DNA protocol; two persons not affiliated with the University of Arkansas (apart from their membership on the committee) representing the interest of the surrounding community with respect to health and protection of the environment, a representative of the University Health Center; and, ex officio and nonvoting, the Environmental Health and Safety Manager, the Central Laboratory Animal Facility Manager, and the Director of Research Compliance. The committee members shall collectively have expertise in recombinant DNA, human pathogen, and transgenic animal containment methodologies.

The Provost designates a chairperson from the faculty members.

 

Bob Caulk Community Representative 2014
Glenda Patterson Community Representative 2014
Balamurugan Packialakshmi
Graduate Student 2014
Robert Beitle Faculty at Large 2014
Roy Penney, Chair
Faculty at Large 2015
David TeBeest Faculty at Large 2015
Dan Donoghue Faculty at Large 2014
Ines Pinto Faculty at Large 2016
Rick Belt University Health Center 2014
Rosemary Ruff Dir. Of Research Support & Sponsored Programs**  
Miriam K. Lonon Environmental Health & Safety Manager**  
Anthony Munn      Central Laboratory Animal Facility Manager**  

Building Facilities Committee

Appointed by the Chancellor

 

Functions as an advisory board to the Chancellor. It shall review and make recommendations concerning use of University facilities, and shall recommend priorities for construction and renovation projects.

Before any significant facilities renovation or modification is initiated, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Management will seek approval of the design and project from the Building Facilities Committee. General repair and maintenance projects are excluded from this review requirement, although annual facilities plans should be shared with the committee.

Membership consists of one faculty member from each school and college (excluding the Graduate School); three deans' representatives (to rotate by college); a representative from the Division of Student Affairs; a representative appointed by the Dean of Students who shall represent the needs and concerns for campus physical access; two students, one of whom shall be a student with a disability; a representative from the Office of the Provost; and the Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Management or his or her designee.

The chairperson is elected from the members.

 

Steve Halbrook
Faculty - Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences 2014
Ed Pohl Faculty - Engineering 2016
Lynn Stewart
Dean's Representative - LAW (rotating by college) 2014
Randy Thompson
Faculty - Law 2015
Marc Manack
Faculty - Architecture 2016
Fran Hagstrom
Faculty - Education 2015
Diana Bisbee, Chair
Dean's Representative - AGRI (rotating by college) 2014
Ron Warren Faculty - Arts and Sciences 2014
David Hyatt
Faculty - WCOB 2014
Jeannine Durdik
Dean’s Representative - ARSC (rotating by college) 2016
David G. Davies
Representative from Student Affairs 2015
James Rankin
Representative from Academic Affairs
Mike Johnson Representative from Facilities Management
Rebecca Parra
Student 2014
Clayton Wall
Student 2014
Jeff Vinger
Representative appointed by Dean of Students 2015

Computing Activities Council

Appointed by the Chancellor

 

Reviews, monitors, and recommends policies related to the needs, uses, budget allotments, and information control measures for computing facilities and functions as a hearing body for proposed modifications of those policies. Campus units responsible for computing resources will communicate in a timely manner to the computing activities council, for their review, plans that would affect the users of computing resources and facilities. Plans that should be communicated include statements of proposed policies and implementation standards (or changes in policy or implementation standards) and plans for the acquisitions and use of computing resources.

Membership consists of one faculty representative nominated by the dean from each of the following: the Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, Walton College of Business, the Colleges of Education & Health Professions and Engineering, the Schools of Architecture and Law, and University Libraries; one faculty member chosen at large; one representative each from the Graduate School, the School of Continuing Education and Academic Outreach, the Registrar’s Office, Finance and Administration, and Student Affairs; one student; and, ex officio, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs, the Provost or designee, and ex officio and non-voting, the Director of Information Technology Services.

Representatives should be designated to speak for their unit in regard to information technology issues. The chancellor will appoint the members and name a chairperson from among them.

 

Douglas E. Spearot, Chair
Faculty - Engineering 2016
Mandel Samuels
Faculty - Education 2014
Scott Smith
Faculty at Large 2014
David Kreider Faculty - Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences 2016
Lynn Fitzpatrick Faculty - Architecture 2016
Fred Davis Faculty - Business Administration 2016
Salvadore Barraza-Lopez
Faculty - Arts and Sciences 2016
Randy Thompson Faculty - Law 2015
Judy Ganson Faculty - Library 2016
Julio Gea-Banacloche Representative from the Graduate School 2015
Miran Kang
Representative from Continuing Education 2015
Polly Parnell Representative from Finance and Administration 2015
Joe Scribner Representative from the Registrar’s Office 2015
Eric Roberts Representative from Student Affairs 2015
Stephen Valentine
Student 2014
Dennis Brewer
Associate Vice Chancellor for IT Services**  
Kathy Van Laningham Provost or designee*  
Jim Hashbarger Business Manager*  

Conflict of Interest & Commitment Review Committee

Appointed by the Provost

The CICRC is responsible for reviewing conflicts of interest and commitment issues referred to it, and recommending remedies for resolving, reducing or eliminating potential or real conflicts.

The Provost shall appoint tenured faculty to the Conflict of Interest and Commitment Review Committee (CICRC) based on recommendations from the Deans of the several colleges. Such appointments shall include one tenured faculty member each from the Dale Bumpers College of Agriculture, Food, and Life Sciences, the Sam M. Walton College of Business, the College of Education and Health Professions, the College of Engineering, and the School of Law, and two tenured faculty members from the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences (one from the arts, humanities, or languages and one from biological, physical, or social sciences). In addition, one faculty representative shall be appointed by the Faculty Senate, and one staff representative shall be appointed by the Staff Senate. Individual appointments shall be for three years. The Dean of the Graduate School shall recommend one graduate student who shall be appointed for one year. Ex-officio non-voting members to the CICRC shall include: Vice Provost for Research (Chair), Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, Director of the Office of Research Compliance, and General Counsel or representative.

Dan Donoghue Bumpers College 2016
Fred Davis
Walton College 2016
Kathleen Collins
Education & Health Professions 2016
Kevin Hall
Engineering 2014
Carl Circo
Law 2016
Frank Scheide Fulbright College (arts, humanities or languages ) 2016
Ralph Henry Fulbright College (biological, physical or social sciences) 2014
Tess Gibson, Chair
Faculty at Large 2015
M. Vance Rice
Staff member 2015
Paul Shepherd
Graduate student 2014
Jim Rankin, Chair Vice Provost for Research & Economic Development**  
Don Pederson Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration**  
Rosemary Ruff Director, Office of Research Support and Sonsored Programs**  
Vacant General Counsel representative**  

2007 Annual Report

Disability Services Committee

Appointed by the Provost

 

Monitors disability needs and services for students within the schools and colleges and promotes consistency among the approaches and services provided. Members will also provide a liaison between their school, college, or unit and the Center for Educational Access. The committee will be chaired by the Director of the Center for Educational Access and will meet at least once each term.

Members will include a faculty representative nominated by the Chair of the Faculty Senate, a representative from the Registrar’s Office and Financial Aid, and, ex officio, one of the directors of the Teaching and Faculty Support Center chosen by the three co-directors. There will also be a representative from each dean's office to represent the school, college or unit. Each dean will nominate someone to represent the school, college or unit who holds the position of associate dean or a comparable position, who is knowledgeable regarding disability compliance needs and practices, and who is assigned to work with individuals in the school, college or unit in implementing policies and procedures in this area.

 

Jennifer Webb      Dean's Rep - Architecture 2014
Karen Boston Dean's Rep - Business 2014
Adam Brown
Dean's Rep - Continuing Education and Academic Outreach 2014
Alice Griffin Dean's Rep - Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences 2014
Norm Dennis
Dean's Rep - Engineering 2014
Brent Williams      Dean's Rep - Education & Health Professions     
2014
Adam Motherwell
Dean's Rep - Arts and Sciences 2014
Pat Koski Dean's Rep - Graduate School 2014
Jeff Banks
Dean's Rep - Library 2014
Maribeth Lynes Dean's Rep - Honors 2014
Bob Beitle
Faculty at Large Rep 2014
Dave Dawson Registrar's Office 2014
Chris Hottinger Financial Aid 2014
Jeannie Whayne
Co-director of TFSC* 2015
Anne Jannarone, Chair Director of Center for Educational Access*  

Emergency Preparedness Council

Appointed by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs

 

Recommends policies and plans for the development of emergency procedures.

Membership consists of three faculty members, one student representative from the Residence Halls Association; a member of the Associated Student Government staff; a nonvoting representative from University Relations; and, ex officio, the Directors of the University Health Center, Transit and Parking, Public Safety, University Housing, Facilities Management; and the Environmental Health and Safety Manager.

The members will elect a chairperson from among the group.

 

Tim Zou
Faculty 2013
Manuel Rossetti
Faculty 2015
Chase Rainwater
Faculty 2014
Jeff Martin
Student, RIC 2013
TBD
Student from ASG Staff 2013
Steve Voorhies
University Relations Rep. (non-voting)
Ron Edwards Director/Designee, Facilities Maintenance*  
Gary Smith Director of Transit and Parking*  
Mary Alice Serafini Director, Pat Walker Health Center*  
Steve Gahagans, Chair University Police*  
Florence Johnson
Director, University Housing*  
Miriam Lonon Environmental Health & Safety Mgr.*  

2007 Annual Report

Enrollment Advisory Committee

Appointed by the Provost

The Enrollment Advisory Committee functions as an advisory group for the Division of Enrollment. The committee is charged with assessing and advising on processes connected with enrollment including recruitment (strategic recruitment and communications plans, materials, data, growth), registration (priority registration, the schedule of classes, classroom assignments, academic action, graduation), financial aid (packaging schedules, verifications, scholarships, disbursements), and retention. The group will also provide assistance in the coordination and implementation of academic information systems.

Membership consists of two members of the Academic Affairs Council, one staff at large, a representative from the Academic Standards Committee (two-year appointment), two faculty members at large (two-year appointments), Faculty Senate Chair, a representative from University Libraries, a nominee from the Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Community, and an ex-officio representative from the Office of the Provost.  Representatives from each of following offices will also be included: Enrollment as well as Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, Academic Success, Student Affairs, Global Campus, Honors College, and the Graduate School. The Enrollment Data and Research Management Group will provide the committee with information and data as needed. The Council will also work in partnership with the Academic Affairs Committee and will include other members of the campus community as needed for support.

The provost will designate a chairperson. Chair is non-voting except in a tie.

 

Yvette Murphy-Erby
Academic Affairs Council Representative 2014
Terry Martin Academic Affairs Council Representative 2014
Karen Boston
Staff at Large
2014
Tahar Messadi
Academic Standards Committee 2014
Vacant
Faculty at Large 2015
Findlay Edwards
Faculty At Large
2016
Janine Parry
Faculty Senate Chair 2014
Pearl Ford Dowe   Vice Provost for Diversity nominee 2015
Suzanne McCray, Chair Enrollment Division/Admissions 2014
Wendy Stouffer
Financial Aid 2014
Dave Dawson
Registrar's Office 2014
Karen Hodges Academic Success 2014
Florence Johnson
Student Affairs 2014
Nancy Arnold
Global Campus 2014
Carol Gattis Honors College 2014
Lynn Mosesso      Graduate School 2014
Tim Zou
University Libraries
2014
Ro Di Brezzo*     
Office of the Provost Representative  

Health & Occupational Safety Committee

Appointed by the Provost

Encourages and supports a proactive approach to health and occupational safety by developing and recommending policies and procedures relating to students, faculty, and staff of the University community as well as visitors to the campus. The committee considers campus accident reports, lost time accidents, traffic accident patterns, fires, and investigates serious accidents as dictated by the Arkansas Department of Labor.

The Committee is comprised of four faculty members, one faculty at large, one each from the College of Engineering, the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, and the Division of Agriculture/Bumpers College; seven staff representatives, one representative each from the University's Pat Walker Health Center, Facilities Management, University of Arkansas Police Department, Division of Agriculture, University Housing, Risk Management, University Athletics, and Staff Senate; two student representative, appointed each year by the ASG President; ex officio non-voting members who may designate representatives, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources, the Occupational Safety Coordinator for Campus Safety, Campus Fire Marshall, and the Manager of the Office of Environmental Health and Safety and the Agricultural Safety Officer.

The Chairman, to be selected from the faculty representatives, is elected by the Committee members. The Occupational Safety Coordinator for Campus Safety acts as Secretary of the committee, works with the Chair to schedule meetings, and arranges for the recording and distribution of minutes.

Rod Williams, Chair    Faculty at Large 2014
Tom Spicer Faculty - College of Engineering 2015
Bill Durham
Faculty - Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences 2016
Rob Wiedenmann
Faculty - Division of Agriculture/Bumpers College 2015
Stephanie Lowry
Staff - Pat Walker Health Center 2015
Kelley Sharp Staff - Facilities Management 2014
Steven Gahagans Staff - University of Arkansas Police Department 2014
Michele Payne Staff - Staff Senate 2014
Reggie Houser Staff - University Housing 2014
Brooke Moore Staff - Risk Management 2014
Jeff Mellon
Staff - University Athletics 2014
Maegan Wade     Student Representatives 2014
Vacant
Student Representatives
Barbara Abercrombie
Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources **  
Miriam Lonon Manager of the Office of Environmental Health and Safety**  
Wayne Brashear Campus Fire Marshall**  
M.B. Stiles Occupational Safety Coordinator for Campus Safety**  
Joseph A. Tokar Agricultural Safety Officer **  

Annual Report 2013

Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee

Appointed by the Provost

The responsibilities, powers, and membership of the IACUC are detailed at the Research Compliance Website.

Copies of meeting minutes and annual reports will be forwarded to the chairperson of the Health and Occupational Safety Council, as that council is responsible for coordinating the activities of the committees assigned to specific health-related or occupational safety areas.

Membership, appointed by the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, consists of one representative nominated by the dean from each of the colleges utilizing vertebrate animals for research or teaching; one representative nominated by the Associate Vice President for Agriculture-Research; one representative nominated by the Committee on Committees from the zoology program; one representative from Animal Science or Poultry Science; one representative from a department in an area other than the biological sciences (a non-animal user); one representative from the surrounding community who is not a member of the immediate family of anyone affiliated with the University; one student representative who is a doctoral degree candidate in one of the disciplines affected by the committee work; the Animal Welfare Veterinarian; and ex-officio, non-voting, the Director of Research Compliance.

Nominations from the deans will be made after discussion with the chair of the Committee on Committees. The non-animal user faculty representative and the community representative will be appointed by the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs after consultation with the Associate Vice President for Agriculture-Research. At least one member of the committee must hold a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. Not more than three members shall be from the same administrative unit at the departmental level of the University. The Provost and Vice for Academic Affairs, after consultation with the Associate Vice President for Agriculture-Research, will designate a chairperson from the members.

 

Bret Rings Community Representative 2014
Jason Ortega Graduate Student (BISC) 2014
Billy Hargis Bumpers College 2016
J.D. Willson
Fulbright College 2017
David Zaharoff
College of Engineering
2015
David McNabb Zoology Program
2018
Michele King Non-Animal user faculty 2014
Jason Apple Agriculture Experiment Station 2017
Nan Smith-Blair
Education & Health Professions 2014
Craig Coon, Chair Animal Science or Poultry Science 2017
Dr. John Hahn Veterinarian 2014
Rosemary Ruff Director, Office of Research Compliance**  
Carol Rodlun Ex-Officio**  

2007 Annual Report

Institutional Review Board

Appointed by the Provost

 

Recommends policies, and monitors their implementation, on the use of human beings as subjects for physical, mental, and social experimentation, in and out of class. Policies recommended are in keeping with the guidelines established by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, other federal agencies, and the Belmont Report. Copies of meeting minutes and annual reports will be forwarded to the chairperson of the Health and Occupational Safety Council, as that council is responsible for coordinating the activities of the committees assigned to specific health-related or occupational safety areas.

Protocols for the use of human subjects in research, and in class experiments, whether funded internally or externally, must be approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) prior to the implementation of the human subject protocol. IRB approval may be for one year (maximum) or shorter intervals as determined by the IRB. Approval, denial, or the withholding of approval pending modification to the protocol is at the sole discretion of the IRB. Violation of procedures and approved protocols can result in the loss of funding by the sponsoring agency or the University of Arkansas and may also be interpreted as "scientific misconduct."

The Provost shall appoint members to the IRB so that the membership complies with 45 CFR46, as the same shall be amended from time to time, and so that it includes one community representative; one graduate student, and faculty members as follows: one non-scientist, two or three members from the College of Education and Health Professions, two or three members from Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, one member from Walton College of Business, one member from Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, one member from College of Engineering, one member from the School of Architecture, and one member from the School of Law. The Director of the University Health Center will be an ex officio (voting) member and the director or his or her designee of the Office of Research Compliance will be an ex officio (non-voting) member.

In addition to the foregoing individuals, the IRB may, at its discretion, invite individuals with competence in special areas to assist in the review of issues which require expertise beyond or in addition to that available on the IRB. These individuals may not vote with the IRB.

The Provost will designate a chairperson from the faculty members.

 

Wayne Williams
Community Representative 2014
Sara Bujarski
Graduate Student (PSYC) 2014
Cathy Lirgg Education & Health Professions 2016
Michelle Gray Education & Health Professions 2018
James Hinton Fulbright College (Chemistry) 2017
Douglas James Adams, Chair Fulbright College (Sociology) 2018
Casey Owens Hanning
Bumpers College 2018
Ellen Leen-Feldner Fulbright College (Psychology) 2014
Ann Killenbeck School of Law 2015
Ron Warren Faculty, non-scientist 2015
Noah Billig     
Architecture 2018
Justin Chimka
Engineering 2015
Vacant
Walton College 2016
Rosemary Ruff Office of Research Compliance**  
Mary Alice Serafini Dir. University Health Center*  

International Education Advisory Council (IEAC)

Appointed by the Provost

The IEAC is responsible for recommending to the Provost academic policy for all education abroad activities. It also reviews (or assigns to an appointed sub-committee) “Petitions for Exception to Overseas Travel Warning Policy” and makes recommendations to the Dean of Graduate School and International Education (refer to Academic Policy Series 1835.00):

http://provost.uark.edu/183500.pdf

The International Education Advisory Council (IEAC) is chaired by the Dean of the Graduate School and International Education (GSIE) and coordinated by the Director of Study Abroad and International Exchange. The Dean of each college will recommend one member to the committee, five faculty-at-large nominated by the Committee on Committees, and one representative from the Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange nominated by the Dean of GSIE. The committee will meet monthly and be empowered to review and approve all proposals for programs involving University students, staff or faculty traveling outside of the U.S.

 

Todd Shields               
Dean, Graduate School and International Education   
Laura Terry
School of Architecture 2016
Leslie Edgar
Bumpers College 2016
Charles Adams
Fulbright College 2016
Fran Hagstrom
College of Education and Health Professions 2016
Terry Martin
College of Engineering 2016
Carol Gattis
Honors College 2016
Christopher Kelly
School of Law 2016
Amy Farmer
Walton College 2016
Lora Lennertz Jetton Mullins Library 2016
DeDe Long Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange 2016
Andy Proctor Faculty at Large      2016
Dave Fredrick
Faculty at Large 2016
Julie Carrier
Faculty at Large 2016
Matt Waller
Faculty at Large 2016
TBA
Faculty at Large 2016     

Landscape & Grounds Committee

Appointed by the Chancellor

 

Functions as an advisory board to the Chancellor. It shall review and make recommendations concerning use of University grounds and proposals for modification of space including grounds, walks, streets, parking areas, and other surface improvements. It shall recommend policies for enhancing and maintaining the University grounds in a manner designed to add to their attractiveness. It shall also consider placement of buildings or additions to the campus Facilities Management and shall make recommendations concerning location of all new structures or additions to present structures (after meeting with the Building Facilities Committee to review proposed buildings or additions).

Membership consists of five faculty members; a representative from the Division of Student Affairs; a representative appointed by the Dean of Students who shall represent the needs and concerns for campus physical access; a representative from the office of the Provost; a representative from the Facilities Management; the Director of UA Police; one student; and, ex officio, the Facilities Management Landscape Architect.

The Chancellor will designate a chairperson from the members.

 

David Hensley
Faculty at Large 2014
Tim Nutt
Faculty at Large 2015
Kathleen Lehman
Faculty at Large 2015
Douglas Karcher
Faculty at Large 2014
Joel Freund, Chair
Faculty at Large 2014
Tina Buxton Staff at Large 2015
Lynne Williams Representative from Student Affairs 2015
Mike Johnson Representative from Facilities Planning 2015
Suzanne McCray
Representative from Academic Affairs 2015
Raycee Wiggins
Student 2014
David G. Davies
Representative appointed by Dean of Students 2015
Steve Gahagans Director of UA Police*  
Jay Huneycutt Facilities Maintenance Landscape Architect*  

Patent & Copyright Committee

Appointed by the Chancellor

 

Responsible for reviewing invention disclosures submitted to the University for patenting consideration; evaluating inventions for patentability, as well as scientific merit and practical application; appointing ad hoc technical subcommittees to assist the committee in evaluating inventions; seeking University approval of outside technical assistance in evaluating inventions; determining patent or related property rights or equities held by the University in an invention; providing scientific and technical assistance to approved patent management organizations to achieve the realization of full benefits of University inventions that have commercial potential; seeking initial resolution of campus disputes relating to rights in inventions; and reviewing works of authorship (including computer software) submitted for copyright consideration. Disclosures for patentable or copyrightable material emanating from the Fayetteville campus and the Division of Agriculture shall be administratively controlled by this committee.

The committee shall meet no less than quarterly.

Membership consists of no fewer than eight faculty members, four of whom are appointed from the Division of Agriculture by the Vice President for Agriculture; and, ex officio, non-voting, the Director of Research Support and Sponsored Programs, the President of the University of Arkansas Technology Development Foundation, and the Vice Provost for Research.

A chairperson shall be elected from the committee membership.

 

Wayne Kuenzel
Agriculture 2016
Andy Pereira
Agriculture 2017
Ken Vickers Faculty 2014
Steve Boss Faculty 2014
Jeremy Powell
Agriculture 2014
Carol Reeves Faculty 2015
Jean Francois Meullenet Agriculture 2014
Darrin Nutter Faculty 2014
Bill Durham, Chair Faculty 2015
Rosemary Ruff Director of Research Support and Sponsored Programs**  
Phil Stafford President of the UATDF**  
James Rankin
Vice Provost for Research & Economic Development**  

Public Safety Council

Appointed by the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration   

                                 

 

Serves as a monitor of the activities of the University Police Department, and makes recommendations concerning its operation.

Membership consists of six faculty members; three staff members, one of whom shall be the staff member responsible for coordinating the employee worker’s compensation program; three students; and, ex officio members, the Director of University Police and the Director of Transit & Parking. The chairperson is elected from the faculty members.


Zachary Tilley Student 2014
Nancy Purnell Student 2014
Michael Powers Student 2014
Brooke Moore Workers’ Compensation (Staff) 2014
Tess Gibson Faculty at Large 2015
Jennifer Webb
Faculty at Large 2015
Jules Beck
Faculty at Large 2016
Jordan Nielsen
Faculty at Large 2016
Findlay Edwards
Faculty at Large 2014
Rodney Engen, Chair
Faculty at Large 2014
Paul Bixby
Staff 2015
Cosmo Denger
Staff 2014
Steve Gahagans Director of University Police*  
Gary Smith Director of Transit & Parking*  

2013 Annual Report

Radiation Safety Committee

Appointed by the Provost

Recommends policies and monitors implementation of and compliance with laws, regulations, policies, and practices relating to the campus Broad Scope and Specific radiological licenses, including the purchase, shipment, use, control, transfer and disposal of radioisotopes and other sources of ionizing radiation.  The Committee also recommends policies and monitors implementation of and compliance with laws, regulations, policies, and practices regarding the purchase, shipment, use, control, transfer, and disposal of sources of non-ionizing radiation.

Membership consists of three faculty members experienced in the safe use of radioactive materials, one each from the College of Engineering, Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, and Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences; one faculty member experienced in the safe use of sources of non-ionizing radiation from any of the above colleges; a representative from the University Health Center; a graduate student; ex officio, the Director of the Southwest Radiation Calibration Center; the Radiation Safety Officer; the Manager of Environmental Health & Safety; and the Manager of the Southwest Radiation Calibration Center; and, ex officio and non-voting, the Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development; the Director of Research Compliance; and the Alternate Radiation Safety Officer.

The Provost will designate a chairperson from the Committee members and may appoint additional members, as appropriate.

Brandi Caldwell University Health Center 2014
Ryan Bauer
Graduate Student 2014
Vibha Srivastava Bumpers College 2015
Stacy Williams Engineering 2015
Jerry Rose Fulbright College 2016
Dan Davis, Chair Faculty from any of the above colleges experienced in the safe use of non-ionizing radiation 2015
Daniel Hudson
Alternate Radiation Safety Officer *  
Julia Tchakhalian
Radiation Safety Officer*
 
Miriam K. Lonon Manager, Environmental Health & Safety*  
Dwight Salisbury Manager, Southwest Radiation Calibration Center*  
Leon West Director, Southwest Radiation Calibration Center*  
James Rankin
Vice Provost for Research & Economic Development**  
Rosemary Ruff Director, Research Compliance**  

ROTC Programs Committee

Appointed by the Provost

Makes recommendations on matters concerning military education on this campus; reviews and recommends curriculum changes, including the selection of one particular curriculum when options are available; reviews and recommends proposed ROTC instructional appointments; and assists the ROTC programs to perform effectively within the University community.

Membership consists of four faculty representatives, each from a different college; one student representative each from Air Force and Army ROTC; and, ex officio, the Commandants of Air Force ROTC and Army ROTC.

The chairperson is elected from the members.

Christopher S. McDonough
Student - Air Force 2014
Mason Gibbons
Student - Army 2014
Ed Pohl
Faculty at Large 2014
John Launder Faculty at Large 2016
Steve Sheppard
Faculty at Large 2015
Steven Langsner
Faculty at Large 2015
Lt Col Buster McCall Commander, Air Force ROTC*
Lt Col Charles Pudil Commander, Army ROTC*

Safe Ride Committee

Appointed by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Reviews, monitors, and recommends policies related to the needs, uses, budget allotments, and information control measures for the Safe Ride Free and functions as a hearing body for proposed modifications of those policies. Plans that should be communicated include statements of proposed policies and implementation standards (or changes in policy or implementation standards) and plans for the acquisitions and use of Safe ride fee.

TBD ASG Senator
Marc Lewis ASG 2013     
Blaklee Jerry ASG 2013
Katherine Easley ASG 2013
Jerry Wall Faculty 2015
Andy Gilbride Staff 2013
Tori Pohlner, Chair ASG President* 2013
LauRon Smith ASG Secretary* 2013
Sam Atkinson
ASG Co-Chair of Safe Ride
2013
TBD Chair, ASG Senate Campus Safety Comm.*
Will Warren ASG, Dir. Campus Safety *
Chris Stainaker ASG, Dir. Parking and Transit*
Mary Alice Serafini Health Center Rep. or designee *
Mike Seither Director of Parking & Transit or designee **
Blake Hirschman ASG Treasurer ** 2013
Sylvia Scott Off Campus Connections office or rep**
Rudy Trejo Center for Leadership & Community Engagement **

2007 Annual Report

2007 Annual Report Stats

Scholarship Review Committee

Appointed by the Provost

Responsible for reviewing and recommending policies and guidelines for the administration, coordination, and awarding of scholarships and serving as an appellate board for individual petitions for variances. Also responsible for monitoring scholarship awards from private sources to assure that such scholarship awards are awarded in a timely and appropriate manner and, when appropriate, for making recommendations for scholarship awards from private sources when those awards have been designated for unrestricted scholarships and/or for awards that could be made by more than one department or college.

Membership consists of one faculty representative from each of the undergraduate colleges or schools; one representative each from Student Affairs, University Advancement, Financial Aid, and the Academic Scholarship Office; and the Director of Admissions; one non-voting representative from the University of Arkansas Foundation; and, ex officio, the Dean of the Honors College. Division or office representatives will be nominated by the unit's director and appointed by the Provost in consultation with the Dean of the Honors College.

A vice-chairperson will be elected by the members each fall and will serve as chairperson elect. Each year the vice-chairperson from the previous year will become chairperson.

Wendy Stouffer Academic Scholarship Office 2014
Denise Burford
Financial Aid 2014
Mark Power
University Advancement 2014
Rickey Booker Student Affairs 2014
Jefferson Miller Bumpers College 2014
Laura Terry
Architecture 2014
Rick Couvillion Engineering 2014
Gary Ferrier
Walton College 2015
Susan Mayes
Education & Health Professions 2016
Vacant               
Fulbright College
Bob McMath Dean, Honors College *
Suzanne McCray Vice Provost for Enrollment
Dianna Lee UA Foundations **

Student Media Board

Appointed by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Serves as an advisory counsel to review and guide the establishment and amendment of policies to regulate all regularly produced student publications and broadcasts. This includes appointing editors and station managers; establishing reasonable rules concerning the time, place, and manner of production and distribution of the publications; establishing schedules; controlling and approving finances; and hiring and supervision of a professional business manager/advisor, as needed.

Membership consists of a representative from University Relations; a representative from Finance and Administration; a student representative of the Associated Student Government (ASG); a student representative of the Society of Professional Journalists; the chief student editors/station managers of Student Media under the jurisdiction of the Board, i.e., editors of the Arkansas Traveler, and the Razorback; managers of stations UATV and KXUA; ex officio, the Student Media Director; the chairperson of the Department of Journalism or his or her designee; and, ex officio and non-voting, the faculty advisors to Student Media groups.

Charlie Alison University Relations Rep. 2013
James Ezell Finance & Administration Rep. 2013
Brian Barlow
Student Rep., ASG 2013
TBA Student Rep., Society of Prof. Journalists
Chad Woodard
Editor-in-Chief, Traveler Newspaper 2013
Cali Elliott
Editor-in-Chief, Razorback Yearbook 2013
Aaron Pryor
Station Manager, UATV 2013
Zeck Martin
Station Manager, KXUA 2013
Dale Carpenter Journalism Dept. Chair or Designee*
Steve Wilkes, Chair Student Affairs Rep., Director of Student Media*
Gerald Jordan Arkansas Traveler Faculty Advisor*
Robyn M. Starling-Ledbetter UATV Faculty Advisor*
Rick Stockdell KXUA Faculty Advisor*

Sustainability Council

Appointed by the Provost

The purpose of the University of Arkansas Sustainability Council is to make recommendations to the Chancellor and Provost and advise the Office for Sustainability (OfS) in implementing its programs and responsibilities. The Sustainability Council supports the OfS stewardship mission through development and coordination of ideas, information and resources among the university’s student body, academic departments and administrative units to expand the integration of sustainability into operational practices throughout the University of Arkansas and the community. The Sustainability Council is comprised of faculty, staff, students and representatives from the Fayetteville, AR community.  All Academic and UA Community representatives are voting members and appointed by their respective unit leaders; extended Community Representatives are non-voting members of the Council, and will serve ex officio from their organizations.

 

The OfS convenes quarterly Sustainability Council Meetings, scheduled on an annual basis.  The OfS Director serves as the Executive Secretary of the Council and as the presiding officer for all meetings.  The Executive Secretary will distribute a draft meeting agenda two weeks before the scheduled Council meeting.  Council members can amend and revise the agenda until one week prior to the meeting, when a final agenda will be circulated and posted on the OfS website. Council members will represent their organizations at the Council meetings and in appropriate workgroups, with each Council member participating in at least one workgroup. Council members will identify an alternate representative to attend Council meetings in the event they cannot attend. If a member or their alternate is unable to participate in two council meetings within an academic year the Executive Committee will advise the Provost to replace them.

 

Membership consists of:  academic unit representatives appointed by the appropriate dean; one representative, appointed by the Sustainability Council Executive Committee, from Faculty Senate, Staff Senate, Business Affairs, University Development, University Housing, Student Sustainability Council, Alumni Association, University Relations, University of Arkansas Foundation, Razorback Foundation, Athletics, and Parking and Transit; and one community representative from UA Service Providers, Fayetteville Council of Neighborhoods, Technology Development Foundation, and Fayetteville Director Sustainability, all serving as non-voting ex officio members.  The Executive Committee of the Sustainability Council shall consist of the ASG President (or designated representative), Executive Director of the Office for Sustainability, Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities, and Executive Secretary for the Office of Sustainability.

 

John Kester, Co-Chair ASG President (or designated representative) 2013
Marty Matlock, Co-Chair Executive Director of the Office of Sustainability
Mike Johnson, Co-Chair Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities
Carlos Ochoa Executive Secretary for the Office of Sustainability
Catherine Shoulders Bumpers College 2014
Craig Edmonston College of Education and Health Professions 2014
Darin Nutter College of Engineering 2014
Lynne Williams Dean of Students 2015
Jeannine Durdik Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences      2015
Vacant Honors College 2014
Kate Dougherty University Libraries 2015
Tahar Messadi School of Architecture 2014
Vacant School of Continuing Education & Academic Outreach 2015
Susan Schneider School of Law 2015
Jon Johnson Walton College of Business 2015
Janine Parry Faculty Senate 2014
Sue Smith Staff Senate 2015
Jim Hashbarger Business Affairs 2014
Sharon Donnelly
University Development
2015
Jeff Vinger University Housing
2014
Holly Tallon Student Sustainability Council 2013
Catherine Baltz
Alumni Association 
2015
Danielle Strickland University Relations
2014
Vacant UA Foundation
2015
Norm DeBriyn Razorback Foundation 2014
Vacant
Arkansas Union 2015
Justin Maland Athletics 2014
Andy Gilbride Parking and Transit 2015
Kim Johnson (Chartwells) UA Service Providers*  
Vacant Fayetteville Council of Neighborhoods*  
Vacant Technology Development Foundation*  
Peter Nierengarten Fayetteville Director of Sustainability*  

Technology Fee Review Committee

Appointed by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Oversees the expenditure of the student technology fee consistent with the Associate Student Government (ASG) resolution and student referendum approved in spring 1998. The fee is to be used for improvements in computer access for students which includes, but is not limited to, increasing the number of dial-up ports, increasing network access from classrooms and other campus locations, increasing lab support and hours of operation, general improvements in campus computing facilities, and training programs.

Membership consists of five students nominated by the ASG, two faculty members nominated by the Provost, and two Information Technology Services representatives nominated by the Director of Information Technology Services. The Director of Information Technology Services shall serve as an ex officio, non-voting member.

The Director of Information Technology Services will serve as chairperson.

Mark McCallum
Student (nominated by ASG) 2013
Vacant
Student (nominated by ASG) 2012
Vacant
Student (nominated by ASG) 2012
Vacant
Student (nominated by ASG) 2012
Vacnat
Student (nominated by ASG) 2012
Carole Shook Faculty (nominated by the Provost) 2013
Uche Ewelukwa Faculty (nominated by the Provost) 2015
Susan Adkins Information Technology Services Rep.  
Craig Brown Information Technology Services Rep.  
Dennis Brewer
Associate Vice Chancellor for IT Services**  

2007 Annual Report

Toxic Substances Committee

Appointed by the Provost

Recommends policies for the use, storage, and disposal of toxic substances, and monitors the application of the policies for compliance.  The chemical hygiene plan is available from the web page of the Environmental Health & Safety Unit of Facilities Management, and is the full statement of the UAF campus policy and procedures for handling toxic substances.

Copies of meeting minutes and annual reports will be forwarded to the chairperson of the Health and Occupational Safety Council, as that council is responsible for coordinating the activities of the committees assigned to specific health-related or occupational safety areas.

Membership consists of one faculty representative from each of the departments of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences, Animal Science, Poultry Science, Biological Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Entomology, Physics, and Nursing; one faculty representative from the School of Human Environmental Sciences; one representative from Facilities Management; one student; ex officio, the Hazardous Materials Manager; the Director of the Office of Environment Health and Safety and; ex officio and non-voting, the Director of Research Compliance.

The chairperson is elected from the faculty members.

Bryan Stover Facilities Management 2014
Cody Wright
Student 2014
Carol Agana Eleanor Mann School of Nursing 2014
Michelle Evans-White Biological Sciences 2014
David Kreider Animal Science 2014
Byung-Whi Kong Poultry Science 2014
Bill Durham, Chair Chemistry and Biochemistry 2014
Paul McLeod
Entomology 2015
Jak Tchakhalian Physics 2016
Greg Thoma Chemical Engineering 2016
Esten Mason
Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences 2016
Godwin-Charles Ogbeide
Human Environmental Sciences 2015
Rosemary Ruff Director of Research & Sponsored Programs**  
Rick Williams Hazardous Materials Manager*  
Miriam Lonon Director, Environmental  Health & Safety *  

Traffic Appeals Court

Appointed by the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration

Adjudicates appeals of traffic and parking citations issued by the UA Police and the Transit and Parking Department.

Membership consists of four faculty members, four staff members, four students, one representative from the UA Police; and an ex officio and non-voting representative from Transit and Parking.

The chairperson is elected from the members and does not vote unless there is a tie.

Michael Oakes University Police Representative 2014
Reta Lee
Transit & Parking Representative** 2014
Andrew Bogner
Student 2014
Weston Hinson Student 2014
Nancy Purnell 
Student 2014
Benjamin Shuffield Student 2014
Ana Ayala
Staff 2015
Whitney Srsen
Staff 2016
Kristin DeAngelo Staff 2015
Robert Ainley Staff           2016
Godwin-Charles Ogbeide Faculty at Large 2014
Suresh Kumar
Faculty at Large 2016
Omar Manasreh Faculty at Large 2015
Jim Gigantino, Chair Faculty at Large 2015

2013 Annual Report

Transit, Parking and Traffic Committee

Appointed by the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration

Makes recommendations on transit operations, parking and traffic rules and regulations, parking facilities, traffic signals, traffic flow, and other matters related to streets, vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and parking. Recommends priorities for the expenditure (for new parking lot construction and resurfacing existing lots) of money received from parking registration fees and penalty charges. Receives and reviews petitions and suggestions on these matters from other University agencies and individuals.

 

Membership consists of seven faculty members and four staff members, these eleven to include the chairperson of the Public Safety Council (faculty member), and the chairperson of the Traffic Appeals Court; and the Chair of the Staff Senate Parking Committee (staff member). In addition, membership will include one representative each from Athletics, Facilities Management, University Housing, University Police, Off Campus Connections, and Transit and Parking; five students, one of which will be the President of Residents Interhall Congress and one which will represent off campus undergraduate students, and, ex officio and non-voting, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs.

 

The chairperson is elected from the members.


Samuel Duncan         
Student 2014
William Cheatnam
Student (Chair, ASG Parking Committee) 2014
Mohamed Boudhoum Student (Graduate School) 2014
Cameron Thomas
Student (Residents Interhall Congress) 2014
Mark Dillard           Student (Off Campus Connections)
2014
Jeremy McAtee Staff (Chair/Staff Senate Parking Committee 2014
Matt Trantham Athletic Department Rep 2014
Gary Smith Transit & Parking Representative 2014
Felisha Perrodin
University Housing Representative 2014
Josh Bowen
University Police Representative 2014
Laura Shiver Facilities Management Representative 2014
Samantha Fehr
Off Campus Connections Rep
2014
Michele King Faculty at Large 2014
Andrew Braham Faculty at Large 2014
Donna Daniels Faculty at Large 2015
Luti Salisbury Faculty at Large 2015
Tim Kring Faculty at Large 2016
Kate Shoulders Faculty at Large 2016
Katie Helms, Chair Staff 2014
Jered Guist Staff 2015
Lisa Frye Staff 2016
David Martinson Associate Vice Chancellor for Business Affairs*  
Chairperson Public Safety Council (staff member)  
Chairperson Traffic Appeals Court (faculty member)  

2013 Annual Report

University Health Center Advisory Committee

Appointed by the Vice Provost for Student Affairs

Reviews policies, programmatic changes, and annual budgets of the University Health Center and makes recommendations regarding fees and funding.

Membership consists of six students with one representative each from the Associated Student Government, Residence Interhall Congress, and Health Science, one nominated by the Dean of Students, one graduate student, and one representing international students; three faculty members, two of whom must be chosen from the academic disciplines of Health Science, Kinesiology, Recreation, and Dance, Psychology, Nursing, Social Sciences, Counselor Education, or a related discipline, and one who is a member of Campus Council; one representative from the Division of Finance & Administration; two representatives from the Division of Student Affairs; one representative from the Athletic Department; and, ex officio and non-voting, the Director of University Health Center. 

The Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs will appoint a chairperson.

Jillian Patton
Student, ASG Representative 2013
Catherine Jensen
Student, RIC Representative 2013
TBD Student, Health Science
Justin Bryant Student (appointed by the Dean of Students) 2013
Taylor Kidd
Graduate Student 2013
TBD International Student
TBD Faculty (Member of Campus Council)
Don Wleklinski Faculty (HKRD, PSYC, NURS, etc.) 2015
Ashlea Milburn
Faculty (HKRD, PSYC, NURS, etc) 2014
Richard Ray Finance & Admin. Representative 2013
Nate Irons Student Affairs Representative 2013
Heather Schneller Student Affairs Representative 2013
Kevin Jones
Athletics Representative 2013
Mary Alice Serafini Director, University Health Center**  

University Recreation (UREC) Advisory Committee

Appointed by the Provost

The committee makes recommendations on the formulation of general policies and procedures related to the operation of UREC facilities, programming; and acts as an advisory body for the administration and business functions of the Department of University Recreation.

Membership consists of one student nominated by Interfraternity Council; one student nominated by the National Panhellenic Council; one student nominated by National Pan-Hellenic Council; one student nominated by Resident Interhall Congress; one student nominated by Associated Student Government; two students at large; one student nominated by the Off Campus Connections office; one student nominated by the International Students and Scholars office; UREC Student Employee Advisory Council Chair; UREC Club Sport Advisory Council Chair; one staff member nominated by Staff Senate; one faculty member nominated by Faculty Senate; ex officio, UREC Director; and ex officio, UREC Staff Member.

Gentry Wahlmeier
Student - Interfraternity Council 2013
Elaina Blando
Student - National Panhellenic Council
2013
Terrance Boyd
Student - National Pan-Hellenic 2013
Vacant Student - Resident Interhall Congress
Jimmy Kim
Student - Associated Student Government 2013
Sawyer Dunigan     
Student - At Large 2013
Andrew Bogner
Student - At Large 2013
Vacant
Student - Off Campus Connection
Vacant
Student - International Students and Scholars Office
Cooper Flack
University Recreation Student Employee Advisory Council Chair
2013
Shawn Hohendorf
University Recreation Sports Club Sport Advisory Council Chair
2013
Chris Pohl Staff (Appointed by Staff Senate)
2015
Steve Langsner
Faculty (appointed by Faculty Senate)
2015
Jeremy Battjes University Recreation Director Ex-Officio*
Jennifer Hazelrigs
University Recreation Staff Member Ex-Officio*