Officials, Councils and Committees

GFO Officers
GFO Chair, Jerelyn Resnick
GFO Vice Chair, Bill Erdly

Executive Council
Bill Erdly, Chair
Paul Collins - Business
Colin Danby - CUSP
Butch de Castro - Nursing and Health Studies
Karen Gourd - Education
Cinnamon Hillyard - IAS
Eric Salathe - STEM
Jerelyn Resnick, [Ex officio, GFO Chair]
Kari Lerum, GFO Chair Emeritus


Campus Council on Academic Standards and Curriculum
Suzanne Sikma, Chair
Jean Eisele - Education
Jennifer McLoud-Mann - STEM
Ceri Nishihara- Business
Eric Stewart - IAS

Reference Information
CCASC Course Application FAQ
CCASC Preparing the Syllabus FAQ
CCASC Special Designations FAQ

Campus Council on Promotion, Tenure and Faculty Affairs
Term ends 15 June 2015
Bill Erdly – At-large Representative
Michael Goldberg - IAS
Kevin Laverty - Business
Linda Simonsen - STEM

Term ends 15 June 2016
Cherry Banks – Education
Selina Mohammed – Nursing and Health Studies
Martha Groom – At-large Representative

CCPTFA Reference Manual

Instructional and Research Support Committee

Other Elected and Appointed Representatives

FOCUS
Leslie Ashbaugh - Director, CUSP
Wayne Au - Education
Constantin Behler - IAS
David Goldstein - TLC
Kim Gunnerson - S&T 
Kris Kellejian - IAS
Karrin Klotz - CUSP
Phil Palm - Business
Karen Rosenburg - WC
Danielle Rowland - Library
Kelvin Sung - CSS
Christopher Wade - Nursing
 
Faculty Council on Tri-Campus Policy(FCTCP)
Bill Erdly - FCTCP Chair, Vice Chair GFO
Nives Dolsak - IAS
Susan Jeffords [Ex Officio]

Graduate Council
Term ends Spring 2015
Ron Krabill - IAS

Term ends Spring 2017
Jane Van Galen - Education

UW Senators
Term ends 15 Sept. 2016
Robin Angotti – STEM
Karam Dana – IAS
Butch DeCastro - Nursing and Health Studies
Pamela Joseph - Education
Kari Lerum - IAS

UW Senate Committee on Planning and Budgeting
Dan Jacoby

UW Faculty Appeal Board
Lorna Hardin

UW Educational Outreach Visiting Committee
Bill Erdly

UW Faculty Council for Faculty Affairs
David Goldstein

UW Special Committee on Legislative Matters
Bill Erdly - CSS

 


 

Did You Know?

The School of STEM will offer four new degrees in 2014.