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MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY

COMMITTEES HANDBOOK 2014 – 2015 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS Legend for Colleges and Departments ...........................................................................................................6 Office of the President ........................................................................................................................................7 Administrative Budget Committee ................................................................................................................... 7 Administrative Council....................................................................................................................................... 7 Biosafety Committee ........................................................................................................................................... 8 Commencement Committee............................................................................................................................... 8 Excellence in Community Service Awards Committee.................................................................................. 8 Executive Budget Committee ............................................................................................................................. 9 Executive Enrollment Management Committee ............................................................................................. 9 Fringe Benefits Committee ............................................................................................................................... 10 Information Technology Council .................................................................................................................... 10 Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee ............................................................................................. 10 Intercollegiate Athletics Committee ................................................................................................................ 11 Joseph N. Boyce/Wall Street Journal Public Affairs Award Committee................................................... 11 Marketing and Communications Advisory Group....................................................................................... 11 Master Planning Committee ............................................................................................................................ 12 Missouri State Magazine Planning Committee ............................................................................................. 12 Pepsi Cola Public Affairs Awards Committee .............................................................................................. 13 President’s Council on Disability .................................................................................................................... 13 Radiation Safety Committee............................................................................................................................. 13 Staff Excellence in Service Awards.................................................................................................................. 14 Staff Service Recognition Committee .............................................................................................................. 14 Staff Senate.......................................................................................................................................................... 14 Sustainability Advisory Committee ................................................................................................................ 15 Office of the Provost ......................................................................................................................................................... 16 Academic Advising Council ............................................................................................................................ 16 Academic Affairs Budget Committee ............................................................................................................. 17 Academic Calendar Committee ....................................................................................................................... 17 Academic Integrity Council ............................................................................................................................. 17 Academic Leadership Council ......................................................................................................................... 18 Academic Personnel Review Commission ..................................................................................................... 18 Assessment Council........................................................................................................................................... 19 2

Compensation Committee ................................................................................................................................ 19 Degrees Committee ........................................................................................................................................... 20 Digital Measures Committee............................................................................................................................ 20 Distance Education Committee ....................................................................................................................... 21 Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Council .................................................................... 22 Faculty Grants Committee................................................................................................................................ 23 Faculty Handbook Revision Committee ........................................................................................................ 23 First-Year Council .............................................................................................................................................. 24 Foundation Awards Committee ...................................................................................................................... 24 Honors Committee ............................................................................................................................................ 25 Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Participants ...................................................... 25 Library Committee ............................................................................................................................................ 26 NCAA Validation Committee .......................................................................................................................... 26 Pre-Medical Committee .................................................................................................................................... 27 Provost’s Advisory Council on Tenure and Promotion ............................................................................... 27 Scholarship Committee ..................................................................................................................................... 28 Scholastic Standards and Revision of Records Committee.......................................................................... 28 Interdisciplinary Program Committees ........................................................................................................................ 29 African American Studies Committee ............................................................................................................ 29 Environmental Focus Committee .................................................................................................................... 29 Gender Studies Committee .............................................................................................................................. 29 Global Studies/Area Studies Committee ....................................................................................................... 30 Native American Studies Committee ............................................................................................................. 30 Office of the Vice President for Administrative and Information Services .......................................................... 31 Environmental Management Policy Panel ..................................................................................................... 31 Health Care Plans Review Committee............................................................................................................ 32 Information Security Executive Committee ................................................................................................... 32 Maintenance and Repair Review Board ......................................................................................................... 33 MSU Trunked Radio System Board ................................................................................................................ 33 Safety and Transportation Advisory Committee .......................................................................................... 33 Small Insurance Claims Committee ................................................................................................................ 33 Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs ........................................................................................................ 34 Admission Appeal Committee ........................................................................................................................ 34 Behavioral Intervention Team.......................................................................................................................... 34 3

Bookstore Advisory Committee ...................................................................................................................... 34 Committee on Residency .................................................................................................................................. 35 Employee Wellness Advisory Committee ..................................................................................................... 35 Federally Mandated Reporting/Disclosing Committee .............................................................................. 35 Financial Aid Appeal Committee .................................................................................................................... 36 Leaders in Community Service ........................................................................................................................ 36 Refund Exception Committee .......................................................................................................................... 36 Safety Matters ..................................................................................................................................................... 37 Student Affairs Planning and Assessment Committee ................................................................................ 37 Student Community Action Team .................................................................................................................. 37 Undergraduate Recruitment Committee........................................................................................................ 38 Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion.......................................................................................... 39 African American Heritage Month Committee ............................................................................................. 39 Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month Committee .................................................................. 39 Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council .................................................................................................... 40 Diversity Modes ................................................................................................................................................. 40 Equal Opportunity Advisory Committee ...................................................................................................... 41 Hispanic Heritage Month Committee............................................................................................................. 41 Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender (LBGT) History Month Committee .............................................. 41 Native American Heritage Month Committee .............................................................................................. 42 Faculty Senate Council and Committee Listings ........................................................................................................ 43 Faculty Senate..................................................................................................................................................... 43 Academic Relations Committee....................................................................................................................... 44 Budget and Priorities Committee .................................................................................................................... 45 College Councils ................................................................................................................................................ 46 Committee on General Education and Intercollegiate Programs (CGEIP) ............................................... 47 Faculty Concerns Committee ........................................................................................................................... 48 Faculty Senate Executive Committee .............................................................................................................. 48 Faculty Student Judicial Commission ............................................................................................................. 49 Graduate Council ............................................................................................................................................... 49 Graduate Council Executive Committee ........................................................................................................ 50 Graduate Curriculum Screening Committee ................................................................................................. 50 Graduate Faculty Membership Committee ................................................................................................... 50 Graduate Grievance Committee ...................................................................................................................... 50 4

Graduate Recruitment Committee .................................................................................................................. 51 Graduate Scholarship Committee ................................................................................................................... 51 Honorary Doctorate Degree Committee ........................................................................................................ 51 Judicial Review Committee .............................................................................................................................. 51 Professional Education Committee (PEC) ...................................................................................................... 52 Rules Committee ................................................................................................................................................ 53 Study Away Advisory Committee .................................................................................................................. 53 University Hearing Committee ....................................................................................................................... 54 Committee Index ............................................................................................................................................................... 55 Name Index ........................................................................................................................................................................ 58

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LEGEND FOR COLLEGES AND DEPARMENTS College of Arts and Letters (COAL) ART COM ENG MCL MJF MUS THE

Art & Design Communication English Modern & Classical Language Media, Journalism & Film Music Theatre & Dance

College of Business (COB) ACC CIS

School of Accountancy Computer Information Systems FGB Finance & General Business FID Fashion & Interior Design TCM Technology & Construction Management MGT Management MKT Marketing

College of Education (COE) CEFS Childhood Education & Family Studies CLSE Counseling, Leadership & Special Education GLS Greenwood Laboratory School RFT Reading, Foundations & Technology

College of Health & Human Services (CHHS) BMS CSD KIN NUR PAS PT PSY SMAT

Biomedical Science Communication Sciences & Disorders Kinesiology Nursing Physician Assistant Studies Physical Therapy Psychology Sports Medicine & Athletic Training

SWK

School of Social Work

College of Humanities & Public Affairs (CHPA) CRM DSS ECO HIS MS PHI PLS RE L SOC

Criminology & Criminal Justice Defense & Strategic Studies Economics History Military Science Philosophy Political Science Religious Studies Sociology & Anthropology

College of Natural & Applied Sciences (CNAS) BIO CHM CS C EGR

Biology Chemistry Computer Science Cooperative Engineering Program GGP Geography, Geology &Planning HRA Hospitality & Restaurant Admin MTH Mathematics PAMS Physics, Astronomy & Mat. Science

Darr School of Agriculture (SAGR) Other: MAC MBA MHA MPH MSAS MSEd

Master of Accountancy Master Business Administration Management of Health Admin Master of Public Health Master of Science in Admin Studies Master of Science in Education – Secondary Education

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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT Administrative Budget Committee The Administrative Budget Committee is charged to review and recommend appropriate budget actions for campus administrative areas. Ken McClure, VP Admin & Information Svcs, Chair

Thomas Lane, Asst VP Student Life, Dir of PSU

Debbie Donnellan, Exec Asst, Adm & Info Svcs

Jordan McGee, SGA President

Ryan DeBoef, Chief of Staff, Asst. to the President for Governmental Relations

Rachel McGinnis, Budget & Contracts Officer, JVIC

Brent Dunn, VP for Univ Advancement

Stephen McIntyre, Faculty Senate Chair

Scott Fiedler, Staff Senate Chair

Tina McManus, Dir of Acct & Budgeting, Fin. Svcs

Steve Foucart, Chief Financial Officer

Matt Morris, Assoc. VP for Admin & Info Svcs

Allen Kunkel, Assoc VP Economic Dev Innov. Ctr

Greg Rainwater, Budget & Financial Mgr, Provost Office

Administrative Council James Baker, VP for Research & Economic Dev

Stephen Foucart, Chief Financial Officer

Drew Bennett, Chancellor, Missouri State – WP

Gloria Galanes, Dean, COAL

Donna Christian, Internal Audit

John McAlear, Secretary to the Board of Governors

Ken Coopwood, VP for Diversity & Inclusion

Ken McClure, VP Admin & Information Svcs

Ryan DeBoef, Chief of Staff, Asst. to the President for Governmental Relations

Kyle Moats, Dir of Athletics, Intercollegiate Athletics

Rachael Dockery, General Counsel

Suzanne Shaw, VP for Marketing & Communications

Brent Dunn, VP for University Advancement

Denita Siscoe, VP for Student Affairs

Frank Einhellig, Provost

Clif Smart, President

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Biosafety Committee The University’s Biosafety Committee serves to advise the University’s administration on policies pertaining to research, education, training and other activities involving bio-hazardous substances. The committee recommends standards under which biohazardous activities should be conducted and reviews projects for compliance with appropriate federal guidelines and regulations.

Paul Schweiger, BIO, CNAS, Chair

Laszlo Kovacs, BIO, CNAS

Harold Bengsch, Community Leader

David Vaughan, Director of Environmental Mgt

April Griffin, Community Member

Robert Delong, BMS, CHHS

Commencement Committee To coordinate and supervise all activities associated with commencement.

Andrew Wright, Asst VP, Dir of Admissions, Chair

Rebecca Harbaugh, Associate Registrar

Randy Blackwood, Exec Dir of Athletic & Entertainment, Juanita K. Hammons Hall

Mike Jungers, Dean of Students

Julie Combs, Dept Head, MUS, COAL

Tom Tomasi, Assoc Dean, Graduate College

Scott Embretson, Customer Services Mgr, Bookstore

Jordan McGee, SGA President

Mike Foster, THE, COAL

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Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance Committee The Enterprise Risk Management and Compliance Committee supports management’s efforts in identifying, understanding, communicating, prioritizing and managing risks from a University-wide perspective. The Committee is comprised from the major functions of the University and makes decisions that are aligned within the University’s overall vision and goals. The Committee communicates risk information to responsible management, the University President and the Board of Governors. Donna Christian, Director, Internal Audit, Chair

Michel Hackworth, Mgr, Grants & Cap Projects, Financial Services

Stanley Adamson, Associate Professor, FGB, COB

Robert Hornberger, Registrar

Ryan DeBoef, Chief of Staff

Casey Hunt, Sr. Assoc Director of Athletics

Rachael Dockery, General Counsel

Michael Jungers, Dean of Students

Penni Groves, Legal Counsel

Vicki Mattocks, Director of Financial Aid

Ed Choate, Director of Human Resources

Rachel McGinnis, Budget & Contracts, Research and Development

Donald Clark, Director of Safety & Transportation Frederick Muegge, Director, Taylor Health Chris Craig, Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs Patrick Parnell, Director of International Services Michelle Olson, Dir. Institutional Research Wes Pratt, Dir. Institutional Equity & Compliance Erin Parrish, Director Research Administration Suzanne Shaw, VP for Marketing & Communications Scott Schneider, Dir. Bus. & Support Svcs, WP David Vaughn, Director, Environmental Management William Spencer, Information Security Officer Kyle Yates, Associate Director, Athletics Compliance Mike Wills, Director of Procurement

Excellence in Community Service Awards Committee The Excellence in Community Service Awards is presented annually in recognition of excellence in the area of volunteer work with charitable, nonprofit, church, or similar organizations within the community. Two awards are designated for full-time staff and two are designated for ranked faculty members who have completed three years of service to the University. The Excellence in Community Service Awards Committee reviews all nominations and makes recommendations to the President’s Administrative Council. Information concerning criteria, nomination and deadlines can be found at http://publicaffairs.missouristate.edu/ecsa. Stacey Trewatha-Bach, Coord Spec. Proj. Public Affairs Support, Chair

Michelle Rose, Writer-Editor, Office of Publications

Don Hendricks, Dir of Univ Communications

Linda Stephens, Asst Dir of Human Resources Emp

Jennifer Johnson, Academic Specialist, ELI

Lorene Stone, SOC, CHPA

Brenda Malkowski, Dir. Univ./Comm Prog. WP

Mary Ann Wood, Dir of Public Affairs Support, ex officio

Rachel Peterson, Recruitment Specialist, WP

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The purpose of the Executive Budget Committee is twofold: 1) To receive input from the academic affairs and administrative budget committees and the West plains campus, as well as intercollegiate athletics, and those vice presidents with auxiliary and/or designated accounts; 2) To determine the budget level assigned to the various colleges and administrative units, including intercollegiate athletics and auxiliary units. Based on this, the Executive Budget Committee will make recommendations to the president, who will, in turn, recommend to the Board of Governors appropriate budget actions.

Eric Bosch, CHM CNAS, Chair

Steve Foucart, Chief Financial Officer

James Baker, Administrative Council

Janice Greene, BIO, CNAS

Drew Bennett, Chancellor, WP

Jordan McGee, SGA President

Roberto Canales, PT, CHHS

Victor Matthews, Dean, CHPA

Lynn Cline, LIBR

Ken McClure, Administrative Budget Committee

Ryan DeBoef, Administrative Council

Stephen McIntyre, Faculty Senate Chair

Rachael Dockery, General Counsel

Eric Nelson, HST, CHPA

Frank Einhellig, Provost

Steve Parker, MKT, COB

Anson Elliott, Director, SAGR

Denita Siscoe, VP for Student Affairs

Scott Fiedler, Staff Senate Chair

Clif Smart, President

Executive Enrollment Management Committee To develop and periodically revise enrollment objectives for the University that are consistent with the institutional mission, resources, facilities, demographics, legislative mandates, and other factors that influence optimum enrollment levels. Objectives should be segmented by category (e.g., college and department of major, student type, level, campus of dominant enrollment) and must incorporate diversity objectives consistent with the long-range plan. The committee will also coordinate campus-wide efforts to achieve enrollment objectives, with emphasis on recruitment, retention, marketing, program and service offerings and resource allocation. Don Simpson, Assoc VP for Enrollment Mgt, Chair

Christopher Herr, THE, COAL

Ken Coopwood, VP for Diversity & Inclusion

Joye Norris, Assoc Provost, Access & Success

Rachelle Darabi, Assoc Provost, Stdt Dev & Pub Aff

Kent Ragan, Department Head, FGB, COB

Ryan DeBoef, Chief of Staff

Denita Siscoe, VP for Student Affairs

Frank Einhellig, Provost

Clif Smart, President

Terrel Gallaway, ECO, CHPA

Michele Smith, CLSE, COE

Fringe Benefits Committee 10

To examine and make recommendations to the University’s Administration concerning all aspects of the fringe benefits package available to all University employees. The committee is empowered to review such benefits as may become knowledgeable to the committee and may establish subcommittees to investigate other benefits. Recommendations and comments regarding such benefits will be forwarded to the Administrative Council and the University President for decision. Committee will be formed as needed

Information Technology Council The Information Technology Council (IT Council) is responsible for planning, coordinating, and reviewing major strategic information technology initiatives for the Missouri State University System. The IT Council serves as the university’s “strategic clearinghouse” to ensure information technology initiatives are appropriate, sustainable, and funded in the most appropriate manner. Jeff Morrissey, Chief Information Officer, Computer Services, Chair

Greg Rainwater, Budget & Fin Mgr, Deputy Chair

Sarah Caldwell, Sr Acct/Analyst, Fin Svcs, ex officio

Ken McClure, VP for Admin & Info Svcs, ex officio

Steve Foucart, Chief Financial Officer

Tom Peters, Dean, LIBR, ex officio

Rob Hornberger, Registrar, ex officio

Kevin Piercy, Coord User Supp Comp Svcs, ex officio

Sue Ingram, Dir, Information Tech Svcs, WP

Lindsey Kolb, SGA Representative

Victor Matthews, Dean, CHPA

Mark Putman, Faculty Senate Representative

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee To review all research and teaching activities which involve the use of live vertebrate animals. To ensure that all activities which use vertebrate animals follow Public Health Service Guidelines on the Human Care and Use of Laboratory Animals and that all experimental animals are maintained in a manner consistent with federal guidelines. Brian Greene, BIO, CNAS, Chair

Michael Stafford, Veterinarian

Dalen Duitsman, CHHS, Dir of Ozarks Pub Hlth Inst

Gary Webb, SAGR

D. Wayne Mitchell, PSY, CHHS

Daniel Weinhaus, Community Member

Allison Overmyer, Animal Res Fac Man, Res Comp

Scott Zimmerman, BMS, CHHS

Intercollegiate Athletics Committee 11

To review and make recommendations with regard to all aspects of intercollegiate athletics. Jim Hutter, SAGR, CNAS, Chair

Kyle Moats, Dir of Athletics, Intercollegiate Athletics, ex officio

Rachelle Darabi, Assoc Provost, Stdt Dev & Pub Aff, ex officio

Grant Peters, MUS, COAL

Janice Greene, BIO, CNAS

Jared Roberts, Athlete Advisory Committee

Steve Hinch, RFT, COE

Philip Rothschild, MGT, COB

Casey Hunt, Sr Assoc Dir of Athletics/SWA, ex officio

Lorene Stone, SOC, CHPA

Heather King, Director of Scholarships

Kyle Yates, Assoc. Dir. Athletics Compliance, ex officio

Sarah McCallister, Dept. Head, KIN, CHHS

Joseph N. Boyce/Wall Street Journal Public Affairs Award Committee The Joseph N. Boyce/Wall Street Journal Public Affairs Award is given to one student per year who is enrolled at Missouri State University. The recipient of this award is an exemplary citizen with a demonstrated record of service, leadership, and qualities consistent with the goals of the public affairs mission of the university. Carol Shoptaugh, PSY, CHHS, Chair

Mike Jungers, Assoc Dean of Students

Patrick Grayshaw, Asst Director Student Engagement

Heather King, Asst Dir of Financial Aid

Stephanie Hein, HRA, CNAS

Marketing and Communications Advisory Group To better communicate and coordinate marketing efforts on behalf of Missouri State University. Suzanne Shaw, VP of Marketing & Communications, Chair

Don Hendricks, Director of University Comm, ex officio

Melissa Burnett, MKT, COB

Rick Kindhart, Assoc Dir of Athletics for Communication, ex officio

Sara Clark, Director of Web & New Media, ex officio

Kyle Moats, Director of Athletics

Ken Coopwood, VP for Diversity & Inclusion

Joye Norris, Assoc Provost, Access & Outreach

Lori Fan, Executive Dir. Of Alumni Relations

Addison Reed, SGA Representative

Stacey Funderburk, Director of Publications, ex officio

Dee Siscoe, VP for Student Affairs

Gloria Galanes, Dean, COAL

Amy Stokes, Faculty Representative

Art Hains, University Marketing Specialist, ex officio

Master Planning Committee 12

To allow for campus-wide participation in the planning process for the future development of the University’s Master Plan, and to ensure that the plan focuses on fulfilling the University’s purpose and vision. Matt Morris, Assoc VP, Admin & Info Svcs, Chair

Casey Hunt, Sr. Assoc Dir Athletics/SWA

Krista Bassen, University Facilities Analyst

Cathy Jordan, Project Mgr-Architect

William Cheek, Faculty Emeritus

Brad Kielhofner, University Engineer

Donald Clark, Dir of Safety & Transportation

Ken McClure, VP, Admin & Info Services

John Clark, Asst Dir of Facilities Mgt,

Jordan McGee, SGA President

Caleb Doyle, BOG Student Representative

Stephen McIntyre, Faculty Senate

Robert Eckels, Dir of Facilities Management

Douglas Sampson, Univ Architect & Dir of Campus Planning

Frank Einhellig, Provost Denita Siscoe, VP for Student Affairs Wendy Ferguson, Exec. Dir of Development

David Vaughan, Dir of Environmental Mgt

Scott Fielder, Staff Senate

Max Wagner, Chief Sustainability Commissioner

Gloria Galanes, Dean, COAL

Missouri State Magazine Planning Committee To discuss story topics and new media applications to be published in print and online issues of Missouri State magazine. Michelle Rose, Writer-Editor, Publications, Chair

Rick Kindhart, Asst Dir of Athletics Communication

Chris Austin, Web Designer

Stephanie Lashley, Director of Donor Relations

Debbie Branson, Asst Dir of Alumni Activities

Brad Mitchell, New Media Producer

Sara Clark, Director of Web & New Media

Amy Schuldt, Asst Dir of Publications

Jessica Clements, New Media Specialist

John Wall, Director, Photographic Services

Brent Dunn, VP for University Advancement

Courtney Wendell-Stevenson, New Media Specialist

Wendy Ferguson, Exec Dir of Development

Lori Winters, Exec. Director of Alumni Relations

Stacey Funderburk, Dir of Publications

Candace Wolf, Asst. Director of Alumni Relations

Don Hendricks, Dir of Univ Communication

Pepsi Cola Public Affairs Awards Committee The Pepsi Cola Public Affairs Scholarship is awarded to one student per year based upon the candidates’ public affairs activities.

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Pauline Nugent, MCL, COAL, Chair

Andrea Mostyn, Asst Dir of Univ Communications

Shauna Barrera, Student Member

Carol Shoptaugh, PSY, CHHS

Heather C. King, Director of Scholarships

President’s Council on Disability In support of Missouri State University’s Community Principles, Public Affairs Mission, and our commitment to Inclusive Excellence, the President’s Council on Disability strives to broaden the University’s appreciation of disability and proactive universal design, leading to the eventual elimination of physical barriers and negative attitudes. Through collaboration in an advisory capacity, the President’s Council on Disability advances this system-wide understanding by: 1) Advancing the perception of people with disabilities as a valued and integral part of campus diversity; 2) Advising University leaders regarding disability and how it intersects with policies, practices, programs and facilities; 3) Recommending priorities and initiatives to enhance the full participation of those with disabilities; and, 4) Promoting the benefits of universal design to create welcoming, inclusive, usable learning environments at Missouri State University. Timothy Lehmann, Disability Proj Coord, Chair

Kaitlin Keifer, Student Representative

Damon Bassett, CNAS, GGP

Megan Shadrick, Assoc Dir DRC-Access Tech

Gary Chorn, Facilities Management

Lisa Proctor, CSD, CHHS

Paris DePaepe, CLSE, COE

Melissa Berry, Equal Opportunity Specialist, ex officio

Terrel Gallaway, ECO, CHPA

Steve Capps, Dir of Learning Diagnostic Cln, ex officio

Vicki Hanson, Equity & Compliance

Katheryne Staeger-Wilson, Dir of Disability Resource Center, ex officio

Radiation Safety Council To establish appropriate policies and procedures to ensure control of the procurement and use of byproduct, source, and radioactive materials; completion of safety evaluations of proposed uses; and the overall development and implementation of the radiation safety program. David Vaughan, Dir of Environmental Mgt

Erin Parrish, Dir of Research Compliance

Richard Garrad, BMS, CHHS

Tom Tomasi, Associate Dean, Grad College

Laszlo Kovacs, BIO, CNAS

Adam Wanekaya, CHM, CNAS

Staff Excellence in Service Awards

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To select from nominated staff recipients of the Staff Senate Excellence in Service to the University award. This award is presented by the Staff Senate to honor staff members who make outstanding contributions to the success of the University through their service as University employees. Nominations are made in October and early November and recipients are announced in January. Ken McClure, VP Admin & Info Svcs, Chair

Rachel Peterson, Recruitment Spc - WP

Tim Datema, Bookstore Ship & Rcv Supervisor

Linda Stephens, Asst Dir of HR Employment

Stacey Funderburk, Director of Publications

Pam Turner, Mtn. Grove Campus

Diana Garland, Director of Learning Commons

Andrea Weber, Staff Senate

Allison Overmyer, Staff Senate

Staff Service Recognition Committee To plan and coordinate the annual Staff Service Recognition Program. Randy Blackwood, Exec Dir of Athletic & Enter, JKHH

Kristan Gochenauer, President’s Office

Marilyn Dennis, President’s Office

Andrea Mostyn, Asst Dir of Univ Communications

Julie Dubinsky, Asst Dir of HR Benefits

Staff Senate To serve as a communication medium between the staff and administration of Missouri State University. To identify and address matters of general staff concern by gathering information on relevant issues, studying alternatives, offering recommendations to the administration and sharing background data with the staff. Members serve three-year terms. Terms begin July 1 and end June 30. Scott Fiedler, Stdt Services, Chair

Sharon Lopinot, College of Education

Christina Bowles, Academic Advisor, Chair-Elect

Yvette Medley, Academic Advisor

Ian Alaimo, CHHS

Janelle Melton, Honors College

Catherine Beck, Bear Claw

Robert Moore, Financial Aid

Tara Benson, Student Engagement

Allison Overmyer, Research & Economic Dev.

Kelly Bridges, Safety & Transportation

Charles Schoneboom, Facilities Management

Addie Douglas, Custodian, Campus Rec

Gary Stafford, Career Services

Brian Edmond, Computer Services

Brenda Stewart, Institutional Equity & Compliance

Paul Essel, Financial Services

Andrea Weber, Asst. Dir. Stdt Engagement, PSU

Andrew Garton, Development Office

Karen Willde, Safety & Transportation

Kami Gollhofer, Nursing

Ryan Wilson, Computer Services

Sandra Johnson, Faculty Senate

Peng Zhang, China Operations Specialist

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To develop recommendations for new sustainability initiatives and for improving current sustainability initiatives. The committee will address issues from recycling, to efficiency, to construction and renovation of facilities, and beyond. The committee will also work on realistic strategies to increase the use of renewable energy so that the University becomes less dependent on coal over time, keeping in mind that recommendations for increasing the use of renewable energy must come with an estimated funding cost. Ken McClure, VP Admin & Info Svcs, Co-Chair

Brad Kielhofner, Univ Eng, Assoc Dir Planning, Design & Construction

Tamera Jahnke, Dean, CNAS, Co-Chair

Mike Kromrey, Executive Dir, Watershed Center

Bill Cheek, Faculty Emeritus

Thomas Lane, Asst. VP Student Life, Dir. Of PSU

Jennifer Cox, Assoc. Dir. Of Facilities Management

Barbara Lucks, Interim Sustainability Officer for Dept of Environmental Svcs, City of Springfield

Nicki Donnelson, Public Relations Spec. Univ. Comm

Jordan McGee, SGA President

Emma Donovan, Stdts for Sustainable Future

Tina McManus, Director of Accounting and Budget

Caleb Doyle, BOG Student Representative

Matt Morris, Assoc VP, Admin & Info Services

Anson Elliott, Director, SAGR

Joe Pitts, Exec Dir for James River Basin Partnership

Teresa Frederick, Interim Asst Dir Res Life Housing

Jordan Schanda, SGA Sustainaiblity Coordinator

Terrel Gallaway, ECO, CHPA

Cara Schaefer, Dir, Energy Mgmt/Conservation, City Utilities

Janice Greene, BIO, CNAS

David Vaughn, Dir, Environmental Mgmt

Tony Hein, Dir of Operations, MSU Dining Services

Max Wagner, Director of Sustainability, SGA

Tim Hogencamp, SGA Sustainability Director

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OFFICE OF THE PROVOST Academic Advising Council The purpose of the Academic Advising Council is to evaluate the administration and delivery of advising services to all students at Missouri State University and to make recommendations for improvements. The Council will identify current advising practices that are successful and encourage those practices among more advisors. The Academic Advising council will work to enhance consistency and quality within the advising system and support student development initiatives. The Academic Advising Council is available for consultation as policy decisions are made that affect academic advising practice at Missouri State University. (Members serve 2-year terms with half rotating off each May. Members may be reappointed. Membership will include representation of each college.) Joshua Smith, BMS, CHHS

Chair

Standing Members

Steve Berkwitz, REL, CHPA

May 2015

Tracie Burt, Inst/Adv Coord, PSY, CHHS

Glaessgen, Tracey, First Year Prog.

May 2015

Sandy Culver, Dir of Business Advisement Center

Brittany Lescano, COB

May 2015

Kathy Davis, Dir of Academic Advisement Center

Allan Liggett, SMAT, CHHS

May 2016

Judy Pickering, Coord Prof Ed Adv Ctr, COE

Carol Maples, THE, COAL

May 2015

Tom Tomasi, Assoc Dean, Graduate College

Linda Moser, ENG, COAL

May 2016

Rachelle Darabi, Assoc Provost, Stdt Dev & Pub Aff, ex officio

Joshua Smith, BMS, CHHS

May 2015

Rob Hornberger, Registrar, ex officio

Diann Thomas, CHM, CNAS

May 2015

Rebecca Woodard, SecondaryEd Advisors

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Academic Affairs Budget Committee The Academic Affairs Budget Committee receives proposed budgets from the collegiate budget committees, the provost’s academic areas and those portions of student affairs that report through the provost. It then evaluates the various budget scenarios from a University-wide perspective and recommends appropriate budget action for academic affairs for the provost and the Executive Budget Committee.

To be named at a later date

Academic Calendar Committee To coordinate preparation of the University’s academic calendar and then to present the calendar to the Board of Governors for approval. Ex officio members on this committee will have voting privileges.

Chris Craig, Assoc Provost for Faculty & Academic Affairs, Chair

David Romano, PLS, CHPA Richard Kindheart, Asst Dir of Athletics, ex officio

Jeff Jones, FGB, COB

Don Simpson, Assoc VP Enrollment Mgt, ex officio

Jordan McGee, SGA President

Academic Integrity Council The 21-member Academic Integrity Council (AIC) is charged with overseeing Academic Integrity Proceedings. The Council also plans and oversees other activities intended to foster academic integrity on the Missouri State University campus. The AIC is comprised of ten voting faculty members and ten voting student members, plus the Provost (or designee), who is the non-voting Chair of the Council. A representative from the Dean of Students Office, a Dean, and a representative from the Student Government Association serve as ex officio members of the Council, without voting privileges.

Rebecca Swearingen, CEFS, COE, Co-Chair

Kristina Henry, NUR, CHHS

Tom Tomasi, Assoc Dean, Grad College, Co-Chair

Andrew Johnson, PHI, CHPA

Lanette Cadle, ENG, COAL

Geanie Margavio, ACC, COB

Anne Columbo, MCL, COAL

Mark Rogers, MTH, CNAS

Dan Crafts, HRA, CNAS

Douglas Witte, FGB, COB

Fred Groves, RFT, COE

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Academic Leadership Council The Academic Leadership Council is an advisory group for the Provost in matters related to academics, personnel, professional education and procedures within the Office of the Provost as well as matters pertaining to University affairs and activities involving the University’s community. Members of this group are also responsible for communicating central administration’s plans, actions, and activities to department heads and members of the faculty.

Stephanie Bryant, Dean, COB

Joye Norris, Assoc Provost, Access & Outreach

Chris Craig, Assoc Provost for Faculty & Acad Aff

Michelle Olsen, Office of Institutional Research

Rachelle Darabi, Assoc Provost, Stdt Dev & Pub Aff

Cathy Pearman, Department Head Representative

Frank Einhellig, Interim Provost

Thomas Peters, Dean, Library Services

Gloria Galanes, Interim Dean, COAL

Greg Rainwater, Budget & Financial Manager

David Hough, Interim Dean, COE

Helen Reid, Dean, CHHS

Tamera Jahnke, Dean, CNAS

Don Simpson, Assoc VP Enrollment Management

Victor Matthews, Dean, CHPA

Tom Tomasi, Assoc. Dean, Graduate College

Stephen McIntyre, Faculty Senate Chair

Academic Personnel Review Commission To serve as a neutral party in facilitating the informal resolution of University-related grievances filed by or against the faculty member (see Faculty Handbook, Section 13.5.1). The APRC also has authority to grant time extensions and to decide whether procedures guaranteed by the Faculty Handbook or other University documents have been violated. The APRC shall be composed of three commissioners, a minimum of two of whom must agree on any decisions. One commissioner shall be appointed by the Provost and shall be a tenured faculty member currently serving as an academic administrator. One commissioner shall be selected by the Faculty Senate Judicial Review Committee and shall be tenured, ranked faculty member. The third commissioner shall be a tenured faculty member appointed by joint agreement of the Provost and the Faculty Senate Judicial Review Committee. (Commissioners serve three-year staggered terms.)

Judith Johns, ENG, COAL

2017

Richard Biagioni, CHM, CNAS

2016

Robert Jones, PSY, CHHS, Admin Comm

2015

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Assessment Council To consult with and advise the Director of the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning on matters related to assessment. To assist the academic departments and other units, as requested, in the development and execution of assessment strategies and to provide information, advice and counsel to the Faculty Senate and the Office of the Provost in matters of assessment.

Keri Franklin, Director of Assessment, Chair

Taylor Mize, Student Representative

Jan Atwell, NUR, CHHS

Michelle Olsen, Director, Institutional Research

Lynn Cline, LIBR

Diana Piccolo, CEFS, COE

Peter Collins, MUS, COAL

Daniel Raines, Achievement Center

Bill Edgar, LIS, LIBR

Elizabeth Rozell, COB

Dana Frederick, MGT, COB

Regina Russell, SWK, CHHS

Lyn Gattis, ENG, COAL

Patti Salinas, CRM, CHPA

Tabitha Haynes, Diversity & Inclusion

Rachel Schober, Grad. Student, ENG

Catherine Hoegeman, SOC, CHPA

James Sottile, Associate Dean, COE

Rob Hornberger, Registrar

Christy Sudbrock, SAGR

Shyang Huang, PAMS, CNAS

Beth Walker, HST, CHPA

Mary Ann Jennings, SWK, CHHS

Sue Webb, SAGR

Juan Meraz, Diversity & Inclusion

Rachelle Darabi, Assoc Provost for Stdt Dev & Public Affairs, ex officio Thomas Lane, Student Affairs, ex officio

Compensation Committee Committee will be formed as needed

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Degrees Committee To recommend to the Provost exceptions to undergraduate graduation requirements specified in the University Catalog. The committee deals with all requests except course substitutions and waivers in majors and minors, which may be approved by the appropriate department head. (Members serve three year terms.) A summary report of the committee’s work is to be submitted to the Provost at the end of the academic year. Richard Belshoff, MTH, CNAS

2015

Cynthia Green Libby, MUS, COAL

2016

Deanne Camp, RFT, COE

2016

Pamela Sailors, Assoc. Dean, CHPA

2015

Susan Crain, FGB, COB, Chair

2016

Nathan Hoff, Assoc Registrar, ex officio

Ann Branstetter-Rost, PSY, CHHS

2016

Jessica Silvey, Coordinator

Digital Measures Committee Purpose: The charge of the Digital Measures committee is to facilitate the implementation and utilization of the software program titled Activity Insight. Members, who serve as liaisons for their colleges, will work with the director of Institutional Research to tailor the software to meet the needs of the university and also help with the input of data within their colleges. The committee will have fulfilled its charge when Activity Insight is providing comprehensive and accurate reports at the departmental, college and university levels. Membership: This ad hoc committee shall consist of the following: Appointee of the Provost – chair, faculty affairs fellow (if applicable), the director of institutional research, and one administrator from each of the six academic colleges. Representatives from the colleges will be appointed by their deans. James Sottile, COE, Chair

Julie Masterson, Provost Fellow

Chris Craig, Associate Provost

Michelle Olsen, Institutional Research

Brian Edmond, Computer Services

Thomas Peters, Dean, LIBR

Xue Liu, Graduate Student

Megan Schiller, Institutional Research

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Distance Education Committee Charge: The committee is charged with reviewing, creating and recommending direction and policy for the Provost’s consideration for all alternative forms of teaching to include such things as: ITV, telecourses, online, blended and iClasses. The committee will assist the Provost in coordinating and communicating these policies to the university community. Membership: Appointment for faculty members will be for three years. Faculty committee members may serve two successive three-year terms, but then will be ineligible for reappointment for a minimum of three years. Terms will be staggered. The committee shall include faculty representation from each of the colleges and a faculty member from the West Plains Campus. Faculty members will be appointed from nominees identified by the Faculty Senate Executive Committee. Other members of the committee will include: representatives from Missouri State Online; the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning; Computer Services; Academic Outreach and the Office of the Provost. These members will be appointed by the Provost.

Patti Blanton, MTH, CNAS

2017

Stacy Rice, FCTL

Deanne Camp, RFT, COE

2015

Arbindra Rimal, SAGR

2015

Crystal Gale, LIBR

2016

Patti Salinas, CRM, CHPA, Dept Head Rep

2015

Rose Utley, NUR, CHHS

2016

Lacey Geiger Lora Hobbs, REL, CHPA

2014

Gary Iman, COM, COAL

2016

Stan Leasure, FGB, COB

2016

Joye Norris, Assoc Provost, Access & Outreach Gary Rader, Director Online Education Chulapol Thanomising, WP Instruction

Jeff Morrissey, Computer Services

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Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Council Purpose: The charge of the advisory committee is to support the Center’s mission which is to promote the enhancement of teaching and learning environments for all teaching modalities; improving student learning outcomes by providing guidance and support toward the understanding and implementation of best practices; providing leadership in the creation and implementation of assessment plans for programs and classrooms, including the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for the instructional community at Missouri State University. Emphasis will be placed on participating in and supporting the events related to the mission of the Center and on coordinating efforts to communicate and publicize instructional development opportunities, which include workshops, conference and availability of grant funds. Our focus is to encourage collaborative communication among colleagues toward the improvement of classroom instructional practices, which will directly contribute to learner-centered student success and to increase awareness of faculty development initiatives on campus and in the community-at-large. Membership: Includes seven members of ranked faculty, one from each college, named by the Dean and the Director of the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning; two Provost Fellows named by the Provost; the Chair of the Faculty Senate; the Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs; the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs; the Director of Online Education Development and Policies; and the Director for the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning; one representative of the Student Engagement office approved by the Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs and named by the Director of the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning; one student representative named by the Director of the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. The seven faculty members will each serve a two-year term. The two Provost Fellows will be appointed to the committee on a yearly basis. The representative of the Student Engagement office and the student representative will be appointed on a yearly basis and may be renamed. The remaining individuals will serve as ex officio members in that they will serve by virtue of the office they hold; however, it is to be noted that they will be voting members of the Advisory Committee. Advisory Committee members shall promote the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning professional development activities with the colleges, departments and other units they represent.

Julie Masterson, Provost Fellow for Faculty Dev., Chair

TBD, SAGR

Beth Hurst, RFT, COE

2016

Chris Craig, Assoc Provost, Faculty & Academic Affairs, ex officio

Cherri Jones, LIBR

2015

Rachelle Darabi, Assoc Provost, Stdt Dev & Public Affairs, ex officio

John Kent, MKT, COB

2015

Keri Franklin, Director of Assessment, ex officio

Deborah Larson, MJF, COAL

2016

Nancy Gordon, Asst. Dir of FCTL, ex officio

Eric Nelson, HST, CHPA

2016

Stephanie Norander, Provost Fellow for Writing, ex officio

Lisa Proctor, CSD, CHHS

2015

Gay Ragan, MTH, CNAS

2015

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Faculty Grants Committee To receive proposals for Faculty Research Grants and to make recommendations to the Provost with respect to awarding the MSU internal research grants and research fellowships. Members serve two-year terms and membership includes representation from each college. During their terms of service members are not eligible to apply for grants or fellowships administered by the committee. Faculty Research Grants and Summer Fellowships will be awarded to support new research, creative or scholarly activities, or high quality projects not likely to receive external funding. Although continued support may be available in some cases, priority will be given to new projects and to faculty members who have not received previous funding. Proposal guidelines for Faculty Research Grants and Summer Faculty Fellowships are available on the Graduate College website.

Rose Allen, CSD, CHHS

Xin Miao, GGP, CNAS

John Chuchiak, HST, CHPA

Dianne Slattery, TCM, COB

Peter Collins, MUS, COAL

Tom Tomasi, Assoc Dean, Grad College, ex officio

Cindy Hail, CEFS, COE

Faculty Handbook Revision Committee In accordance with the Faculty Handbook (section 16.2.3), the committee shall take under consideration proposals considered substantive and pressing. The committee shall seek a reasoned consensus as advocates for good order and due process throughout the entire academic community. The committee’s recommended action shall be filed with the Faculty Senate. The committee shall conduct a complete review and revision of the Faculty Handbook every seven years. The committee shall be comprised of six members, plus the chair-elect of the Faculty Senate, who serves as an ex officio member. Three members are from the tenured faculty and three members are academic administrators. Committee members may serve two successive two-year terms, but will then be ineligible for reappointment for a minimum of two years. Appointments are staggered, with three members appointed (or reappointed) each year.

Jamaine Abidogun, HST, CHPA

2016

Cathy Pearman, Dept. Head, RFT, COE

2017

Roberto Canales, PAS, CHHS

2016

Barry Wisdom, MGT, COB

2017

Christopher Herr, THE, COAL

2016

Sharmistha Self, Faculty Senate Chair-Elect, ex officio

Alicia Mathis, BIO, CNAS

2016

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First-Year Council To advise the Director of First-Year Programs and the Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs on initiatives involving the first-year experience (FYE) at Missouri State University. This includes, but not limited to: 1) developing a first-year philosophy statement and over-arching goals for the program; 2) evaluating the effectiveness of GEP 101, and making recommendations to the Director concerning changes to the course designed to increase academic excellence, enhance student success, and integrate the public affairs mission; 3) providing assistance with the learning communities and common reader programs; 4) serving as a liaison with other departments/colleges/student affairs as part of a larger effort to inform and address issues involving first-year students. (Members serve three-year terms. Student members will be appointed as needed to accommodate graduations.) Mark Biggs, MJF, COAL

2017

Scott Handley, Asst Dir of Honors College

2017

Jeffrey Cornelius-White, CLSE, COE

2017

Stephanie Hein, HRA, CNAS

2017

Thomas Franklin, PT, CHHS

2016

Thomas Lane, Asst Dean of Stdts, Dir of PSU

2016

Crystal Gale, LIBR

2015

Jim Moyer, REL, CHPA

2015

Olen Greer, ACC, COB

2015

Mike Wood, Dir of First-Year Prog ex officio

Foundation Awards Committee Purpose: Review applications and select recipients for Foundation Awards in Teaching, Research and Serve and make recommendations for changes in selection criteria. Membership: Only ranked faculty with tenure who have a minimum of three years of service at Missouri State are eligible for this committee. Each member will serve a term of two years with half of the committee membership staggering their term of service so that half of the committee will rotate off each year. Members may be elected to serve two consecutive terms however cannot serve a third term without stepping off the committee for a rotation. Department Heads and College Deans are not eligible for membership on this committee. (Exception: If a department head is the only ranked faculty member in a department, then she/he is eligible for election.) Election Procedures: Deans of the colleges that have members stepping off the committee will provide a name to the Provost office for inclusion on the committee. The Provost Office will call a meeting and the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs will preside until the committee elects a chair from within the membership. The chair serves a one-year term and may not be re-elected for an immediately succeeding term. Members of the committee can apply for an award but cannot take part in deliberations on that particular award. (There are three types of awards – service, teaching and research.) Joanne Cemore Brigden, CEFS, COE

2017

Michael A. Murray, MUS, COAL

2015

Ed Chang, FGB, COB

2017

Carol Shoptaugh, PSY, CHHS

2015

Nikolay Gersimchuk, CHM, CHPA

2017

TBA, LIBR

2015

Dennis Hickey, PLS, CHPA

2015

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Honors Committee To advise the Director of the Honors College in administering the curriculum, degree program and advisement for honors students. Membership includes one faculty member appointed by the dean of each college upon consultation with the College Council, one student, the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs – Enrollment Services (see CSA 48-86/87), and the Assistant Director of the Honors College (ex officio). Chair to be selected by the committee (Members serve three-year terms. Members may not serve two consecutive terms.) John Chuchiak, Dir of Honors College, Chair

Kathy Pulley, REL, CHPA

2015

TBD, COE

2016

Elizabeth Rozell, COB

2015

Shouchuan Hu, MTH, CNAS

2015

TBD, CHHS

2016

Lanya Lamouria, ENG, COAL

2014

Scott Handley, Asst Dir of Honors College, ex officio

Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Participants To serve as the University’s committee to review and approve research projects or activities involving human participants and to ensure that such projects or activities are in compliance with the federal regulations on Protection of Human Subjects (45 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 46). (See Section 10.4.4 of the Faculty Handbook.) The committee also is responsible for reviewing research project applications for compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act as described in the Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information (45 CFR 160 and 164). The Institutional Review Board is responsible for ensuring that adequate safeguards are established to protect any individual who may be at risk as a consequence of participation as a subject in research activities. All investigations, experiments, or demonstrations involving human participants in any way must be reviewed and approved by the IRB before the activity is undertaken. (Members serve three-year terms.) A summary report of the committee’s work is to be submitted at the end of the academic year to the Provost.

Joseph Hulgus, CLSE, COE, Chair

Phil Harsha, ACC, COB

Russell Carney, PSY, CHHS

Ann Orzek, Mental Health Clinician, Counseling Ctr

Joyce DeWitt, West Plains campus

Michael Stout, SOC, CHPA

Sam Dyer, COM, COAL

Paul Thomlinson, Community Member

Linda Garrison-Kane, CLSE, COE

Linda Vaught, PAS, CHHS

Janice Greene, BIO, CNAS

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Library Committee To assume a liaison role between the University libraries and the University community and to advise the Dean of Library Services on matters concerning library policies and procedures. To recommend proposals to receive funding for special book purchases in accord with guidelines for the Luella Stuck Cline Faculty Library Resources Grant. (Members serve three-year terms.) A summary report of the committee’s work is to be submitted at the end of the academic year to the Provost.

Jan Atwell, NUR, CHHS

2015

Ralph Shain, PHI, CHPA

Magdalena Berry, ENG, COAL

2016

Lynn Cline, LIBR, ex officio

Bob Egbert, CEP, CNAS

2015

Thomas Peters, Dean, LIBR, ex officio

Mary Beth Mann, CEFS, COE

2014

Also included on this committee are the elected chairpersons of each college library committee

James Scott, FGB, COB

2016

2014

NCAA Validation Committee To monitor student athletes’ academic progress, grade point averages and ACT scores to ensure that they are eligible to compete in NCAA-sanctioned athletics.

Sarah McCallister, Dept Head, KIN, CHHS, Chair

Casey Hunt, Assoc. Dir, Intercollegiate Athletics

Brian Calfano, PLS, CHPA

Jim Hutter, SAGR

Sandy Culver, Advisement Center, COB

Bogdan Kostic, PSY, CHHS

Keith Ernce, KIN, CHHS

Hillary Mayes, CHHS

Anne Gordon, CHM, CNAS

Judy Pickering, Advisement Center, COE

Stephanie Hein, Dept. Head, HRA, CHPA

Daniel Raines, Asst Dir ACIA, Intercollegiate Athletics, ex officio

Daniel Hellman, MUS, COAL

Kyle Yates, Asst Athletic Dir for Compliance, ex officio

Nathan Hoff, Associate Registrar

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Pre-Medical Committee To provide information to students who are exploring careers in medicine, to coordinate academic advisement for pre-medical students, and to assist students who are applying for admission to medical schools. (Members serve three-year terms.) Amanda Brodeur, NUR, CHHS

2017

Kathy Hughes, BIO, CNAS

2017

Richard Garrad, BMS, CHHS

2017

Kyoungtae Kim, BIO, CNAS

2017

Nick Gerasimchuk, CHM, CNAS

2016

Jianjie Wang, BMS, CHHS

2015

Eric Bosch, CHM, CNAS

2015

Annette Wardell, Taylor Hlth & Wellness Ctr

2016

John Heywood, BIO, CNAS

2017

Provost’s Advisory Council on Tenure and Promotion The Provost’s Advisory Council on Tenure and Promotion (PACTP) is an advisory group with representatives from all academic colleges. The PACTP provides input on policy changes impacting the tenure and promotion process, provides input to the Provost on promotion and tenure issues such as the review of tenure and promotion guidelines, and assists with special reviews of applications pursuant to the Faculty Handbook. (Two tenured faculty members of Professor rank from each college. Members serve two year staggered terms. A member can be reappointed for one additional term and then must sit out one term before eligible for reappointment.) James Baumlin, ENG, COAL

Melida Gutierrez, GGP, CNAS

Lynn Cline, LIBR

Dennis Hickey, PLS, CHPA

Jeffrey Cornelius-White, CLSE, COE

Cindy MacGregor, CLSE, COE

Susan Crain, FGB, COB

Eric Nelson, HST, CHPA

Billie Follensbee, ART, COAL

Dianne Slattery, TCM, COB

Richard Garrad, BMS, CHHS

Gary Webb, SAGR

Kartik Ghosh, PAMS, CNAS

Brooke Whisenhunt, PSY, CHHS

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Scholarship Committee To make recommendations regarding the development and administration of an institutional scholarship program designed to support the achievement of the University’s enrollment management objectives. In establishing its recommendations, the Committee must give appropriate consideration to budget and net revenue and effective integration of the institutionally funded scholarship program with scholarships funded through private donations (i.e., the Missouri State Foundation). The committee should annually review the effectiveness of the scholarship program and submit a report, via the chair, the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, to the Provost. Don Simpson, Assoc VP Enrollment Mgt, Chair

Tom Tomasi, Assoc Dean, Graduate College

John Chuchiak, Director of Honors College

Andrew Wright, Asst VP, Director of Admissions

TBD, Past Faculty Senate Chair

Heather C. King, Financial Aid, ex officio

Vicki Mattocks, Director of Financial Aid

Tina McManus, Dir of Acc & Budgeting, ex officio

Scholastic Standards and Revision of Records Committee To act as a board of review for students who wish to appeal administrative decisions regarding scholastic standards. To hear appeals regarding “F” grades and Incomplete grades, and to make recommendations to the Provost regarding changes to students’ permanent academic records. (Members serve three-year terms.) A summary report of the committee’s work is to be submitted to the Provost at the end of the academic year. Paul Deal, PSY, CHHS, Chair

2015

Alan Schaefer, MKT, COB

2016

Roberta Aram, CEFS, COE

2016

Ralph Shain, PHI, CHPA

2015

Rajinder Jutla, GGP, CNAS

2017

Diana Jolley, Asst. Registrar, ex officio

Pedro Koo, MCL, COAL

2017

Misty Bowen, Office of the Registrar, ex officio

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INTERDISCIPLINARY PROGRAM COMMITTEES African American Studies Committee To advise and assist the Dean of the College of Humanities and Public Affairs in the development of curriculum and coordination of programming for the African American Studies minor.

Matthew Calihman, ENG, COAL, Chair

Maurice Tate, REL, CHPA

Sabrina Brinson, CEFS, COE

Johnny Washington, PHI, CHPA

Todd Payne, MUS, COAL

Pam Sailors, Assoc Dean, CHPA, ex officio

Wes Pratt, Coord Diversity Outreach & Recruitment

Environmental Focus Committee Recommend curricular and programmatic changes related to environmental sciences/studies and sustainability to college councils and CGEIP primarily through a new minor (or minors). With a new minor (or minors), options include major revision or deletion of the current environmental science and policy minor – especially if the new minor meets the needs of more students. MSU is committed to meeting the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) Sustainability Tracking Assessment & Rating System (STARS) (https://stars.aashe.org/) scorecard. Committee should be aware of the requirements through the AASHE STARS scorecard of the educational areas such that new curricula would meet goals in the long range plan to earn at least a silver rating in three years. Lora Vess, SOC, CHPA, Chair

Judy Meyer, GGP, CNAS

Roberta Aram, CEFS, COE

Marciann Patton, FID, COB

Terrel Gallaway, EC, CHPA

Diann Thomas, CHM, CNAS

Stacy Joyce, TD, COAL

Chuck Rovey, GGP, CNAS

Day Ligon, BIO, CNAS

Alexander Wait, BIO, CNAS

Judith Martin, MCL, COAL

Tamera Jahnke, Dean, CNAS, ex officio

Gender Studies Committee To advise and assist the Dean of the College of Humanities and Public Affairs in the development of curriculum, hiring of faculty, and overall development of the Gender Studies Program. Members shall be nominated by the Gender Studies faculty. Members serve rotating two-year terms, and membership includes representation from each college. Stephanie Norander, COM, COAL, Chair

Vera Stanojevic, MTH, CNAS

Brian Calfano, PLS, CHPA

Lora Vess, SOC, CHPA

Etta Madden, ENG, COAL

Tanya Whipple, PSY, CHHS

Sharmistha Self, ECO, CHPA

Pam Sailors, Assoc Dean, CHPA ex officio (with voting privileges)

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Global Studies/Area Studies Committee To review and propose curricular changes for the Area Studies and Global Studies programs and to assist with efforts to bring greater awareness to the campus and larger community of the cultural competence facet of the Public Affairs mission. Madeleine Hooper, Assoc Dean, COAL –Coordinator Global Studies B.A., Chair

Joe Hughes, MCL, COAL

Stephen Berkwitz, REL, CHPA

Gabriel Ondetti, PLS, CHPA

John Chuchiak, HST, CHPA

Alessandra Pires, MCL, COAL

Debbie Corcoran, GGP, CNAS

David Romano, PLS, CHPA

Billie Follensbee, ART, COAL

Bethany Walker, HIS, CHPA

Dennis Hickey, PLS, CHPA

Native American Studies Committee To advise and assist the Dean of the College of Humanities and Public Affairs in the development of curriculum and coordination of programming for the Native American Studies minor. Bill Meadows, SOC, CHPA, Chair

Billie Follensbee, ART, COAL

Larry Burt, HST, CHPA

Elizabeth Sobel, SOC, CHPA

Martha Finch, REL, CHPA

Pam Sailors, Assoc Dean, CHPA, ex officio

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OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AND INFORMATION SERVICES Environmental Management Policy Panel To review and assist the Environmental Management Department in developing, recommending, and approving safety and environmental policies, guidelines, procedures, and management systems. To serve as an umbrella organization for other environmental and health-related committees on all campuses to ensure the University’s compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and best practices to safeguard community citizens and to protect the environment. The Panel will meet at least annually to review the University Environmental Management Policy and to propose changes for approval by the Board of Governors. The Panel will also review applicable laws and regulatory guidance to ascertain University compliance.

David Vaughan, Director of Env, Chair

Ken McClure, VP Admin & Info Svcs

Jeff Brown, Environmental Management

Jordan McGee, SGA President

Racheal Dockery, General Counsel

Matt Morris, Administrative & Information Services

Janice Duncan, Director of Greenwood Lab School

David Muegge, Taylor Health & Wellness Center

Robert Eckels, Director of Facilities Management

Jacob Norton, CNAS

Anson Elliott, Director, SAGR

Erin Parrish, Director of Research Compliance

Gloria Galanes, Dean, COAL

Robert Pavlowsky, CNAS

Jonathan Hardin, Lab & Stores Supervisor, CHM

Helen Reid, Dean, CHHS

Tamera Jahnke, Dean, CNAS

Scott Schneider, Dir of Bus & Support Svcs-WP

Allen Kunkel, Director of JVIC

Gary Stewart, Director of Residence Life & Svcs

Robert Mayanovic, CNAS, PAMS

Mike Wills, Director of Procurement

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Health Care Plans Review Committee To examine and make recommendations concerning the University’s employee group health care plans. Julie Dubinsky, Assoc Dir of H R, Chair

Laree Moore, Dir of Hammons Stdt Ctr/Plaster Sports Complex

Michel Bampoe, Asst. Dir of HR-Benefits

Matt Morris, Assoc. VP for Admin & Info Svcs

Edward Choate, Director of Human Resources

David Muegge, Director, Taylor Hlth Ctr

Donna Christian, Director, Internal Audit

Thomas Peters, Dean, LIBR

Alyssa Collins, Financial Aid, West Plains

Helen Reid, Dean, CHHS

Melanie Earl, Director of Annual Funds

Dee Siscoe, VP for Student Affairs

Steve Foucart, Chief Financial Officer

Margaret Weaver, ENG, COAL

Lisa Hall, SOC, CHPA

Sheila Bowen, Coord Employee Wellness Programs, ex officio

Mike Leibert, MGT, COB

Racheal Dockery, General Counsel, ex officio

John McAlear, Staff Retiree

Ken McClure, VP Admin & Info Svcs, ex officio

Information Security Executive Committee To evaluate information security issues and make recommendations for protecting University data and computer systems through policy, awareness, incident response and resource planning. Will Spencer, Information Security Officer, Chair

Shannon McMurtrey, CIS, COB

Donna Christian, Director, Internal Audit

Saibal Mitra, Faculty Senate Rep

Racheal Dockery, General Counsel

Frederick Muegge, Director, Taylor Health

Chelsey Giles, Student Financial Aid

Erin Parrish, Director of Research Compliance

Don Hendrickson, System Admin. Advancement

Luke Pitchford, Director, IT Services, WP

Robert Hornberger, Registrar

Tami Reed, Senior Internal Auditor

Rob Martin, Information Security Analyst

Cindy Schull, Grants & Foundations

Lenord McGownd, Asst Dir of Res Life Business

Doug Willson, Bursar

Ken McClure, VP Admin & Info Svcs, ex officio

Jeff Morrissey, CIO, ex officio

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Maintenance and Repair Review Board To provide a forum for the academic community to participate in the planning and allocation of resources for maintenance and repair of the University’s physical plant. Robert Eckels, Director of Facilities Mgt, Chair

Tamera Jahnke, Dean, CNAS

Stephanie Bryant, Dean, COB

Victor Matthews, Dean, CHPA

Jennifer Cox, Facilities Management

Thomas Peters, Dean, LIBR

Frank Einhellig, Provost

Helen Reid, Dean, CHHS

Gloria Galanes, Interim Dean, COAL

Gary Chorn, Asst Dir of Facilities Mgt-Custodial, ex officio

David Hough, Dean, COE

John Clark, Asst Dir of Facilities Mgt, Grounds, ex officio

MSU Trunked Radio System Board To review and advise on the University Trunked Radio System. Cyndi Barnett, Student Recreation

Thomas Lane, Student Affairs

Randy Blackwood, Event Venues

Matt Morris, Admin & Information Services

Don Clark, Safety & Transportation

Mike Murphy, CNAS

Robert Eckels, Facilities Management

Gary Stewart, Residence Life

Mark Harsen, Telecommunications

Safety and Transportation Advisory Committee To advise the University on matters of safety, security and transportation. Donald Clark, Dir of Safety & Transportation, Chair

Mike Jungers, Dean of Students

Dalen Duitsman, Dir of Ozarks Pub Hlth Institute

Tony Vienhage, Sgt Springfield Police Dept, MSU Substation

Jay Huff, Asst Dir of Safety & Transportation

Gary Stewart, Dir of Residence Life & Services

Barbara Jones, Director of Special Events, COAL

Small Insurance Claims Committee To review insurance claims not approved by the State Division of Risk Management, and to determine how to serve the best interests of the University while functioning as an Appeal Board. Mike Wills, Director of Procurement Svcs, Chair

Robert Eckels, Director of Facilities Management

Donald Clark, Director of Safety & Transportation

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OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS Admission Appeal Committee To act as the initial board of review for students who have been denied admission to the University and who wish to appeal that decision. To make a recommendation to the Office of Admissions based upon an assessment of the applicant’s credentials and appeal information. Andrew Wright, Asst VP and Dir of Admissions, Chair

Lynda Plymate, MTH, CNAS

Susan Martindale, Academic Advisement Center

Behavioral Intervention Team The Team’s purpose is to be a resource to members of the University community who have a concern about a student’s behavior and need the opportunity to consult with professionals who deal with behavioral issues on a more frequent basis. The CIRT provides an organized and coordinated method of assessment of the severity of an incident or situation affecting the University community. The CIRT determines the need to intervention, identification and activation of appropriate resources and responses, ongoing monitoring, and evaluation of responses and outcomes.

Mike Jungers, Assoc Dean of Students, Chair

David Lutz, PSY, CHHS

Denise Baumann, Assoc Dir of Res Life & Svcs

Julie Masterson, CSD, CHHS

Donald Clark, Dir of Safety & Transportation

David Muegge, Dir. Taylor Health

Chris Craig, Assoc. Provost for Faculty Affairs

Wes Pratt, Dir. Equity and Compliance

Doug Greiner, Dir of Counseling & Testing

Rhonda Ridinger, KIN, CHHS

Penni Groves, Legal Counsel

Gary Stewart, Dir of Residence Life & Services

Jay Huff, Asst Dir Safety and Transportation

Kris Sutliff, Stdt Ombudsman, Office of the Provost

Justin Johns, Mental Health Clinician

Andrea Weber, Interim Coord. Student Conduct

Bookstore Advisory Committee To assist and advise the bookstore in an effort to help meet the needs of members of the University community. To generate and evaluate suggestions on ways in which the Missouri State University bookstore may be improved. Sonda Reinartz, Director MSU Bookstore, Chair

Sean Kliethermes, Admissions Representative

Gilbert Brown, COE, Faculty Representative

Priscilla Skeeters, Bookstore Employee

Rick Kindhart, Athletics Representative

Alex Usery, Bookstore Student Employee

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Committee on Residency To hear appeals regarding administrative decisions concerning student residency for fee purposes. Nancy Copeland, Collector, Financial Services

Vicki Mattocks, Financial Aid

Rebecca Harbaugh, Assoc. Registrar

Penni Groves, Legal Counsel, ex officio

Employee Wellness Advisory Committee To create a campus climate that embraces a Wellness philosophy as an integral part of the Missouri State University health care and public affairs missions. Sheila Bowen, Coord Employee Wellness, Chair

Melinda Novik, KIN, CHHS

Michael Bampoe, Asst. Director, HR

Daniela Novotny, BMS, CHHS

Alyssa Collins, West Plains

Reed Olsen, ECO, CHPA

Debbie Donnellan, Admin & Information Services

Jerilyn Reed, Wellness Educator-Student

Julie Dubinsky, Asst Dir of HR, Benefits

Helen Reid, Dean, CHHS

Brad Hamman, Computer Services

Amy Schuldt, Marketing/Publications

Don Leibert, Director, Masters Health Administration

Dee Siscoe, VP for Stdt Aff, Chair

David Muegge, Director, Taylor Health & Wellness

Federally Mandated Reporting/Disclosing Committee To address what federally mandated reporting/disclosing is required from the University – deadlines for reporting, where the information to students/faculty/staff will be distributed, who is responsible for reporting, and ensuring all reporting/disclosing has been properly completed. Mike Jungers, Assoc Dean of Students, Chair

Casey Hunt, Assoc Dir of Athletics/SWA

Edward Choate, Director of Human Resources

Vicki Mattocks, Director of Financial Aid

Donna Christian, Dir, Internal Audit

David Muegge, Dir of Health & Wellness Center

Donald Clark, Director of Safety & Transportation

Erin Parrish, Director of Research Compliance

Stephen Foucart, Chief Financial Officer

Don Simpson, Assoc VP for Enrollment Mgt

Penni Groves, Legal Counsel

Will Spencer, Information Security Officer

Michael Hackworth, Mgr, Grant & Capital Projects

Pam Turner, Admin Asst IV, Mtn Grove Campus

Robert Hornberger, Registrar

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Financial Aid Appeal Committee To consider appeals from students for exceptions to the University’s Satisfactory Academic Progress policy and also occasional appeals regarding athletic grant-in-aid and other requests for exceptions to institutional financial aid policy. Chelsey Clark, Assoc Dir of Stdt Financial Aid, Chair

Robert Moore, Financial Aid

Karen Ash, Financial Aid Coordinator

Dixie Williams, Asst Dir of Admissions, Transfer Crd

Christina Bowles, Academic Advisement Ctr

Jeremy Wright, Admin. Asst. Financial Aid

Leaders in Community Service To assist and promote civic responsibilities among students through community service that addresses priorities of the local community in the areas of education, the environment, public safety, the economy or human needs. Cheryle Combs, Coor. Student Dev., Chair

Susan Miles, Dir, Champion Athletes of the Ozarks

Karen Grosso, TRIO Program

Kathy Nordyke, Director, CASL

Mike Jungers, Dean of Students

Carol Shoptaugh, PSY, CHHS

Refund Exception Committee The Refund Exception Committee, consisting of representatives from MSU faculty and staff, is charged with considering and approving exceptions to the fee refund policy. The Committee will meet monthly to review appeals. Misty Bowen, Office of the Registrar

Melissa Osten, Financial Aid

Rebecca Harbaugh, Office of the Registrar

Darren Wienberg, Academic Advisement Center

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Safety Matters This committee meets on a monthly basis to discuss crime and safety concerns affecting the University community, campus property, and surrounding neighborhoods. The committee also reviews and revises safety protocols as needed. Mike Jungers, Dean of Students, Chair

Jay Huff, Asst Dir of Safety & Transportation

Denise Baumann, Assoc Dir of Residence Life & Svcs

Devin Schehrer, Asst Dir of Residence Life & Svcs

Tara Benson, Dir. Student Engagement

Steve Seal, Asst Dir of Greenwood Laboratory School

Donald Clark, Director of Safety & Transportation

Gary Stewart, Director of Residence Life & Services

Debbie Donnellan, Administrative Info Services

Andrea Weber, Dir of Student Engagement

Terry Grier, Admin Asst, Dean of Students

Sgt. Tony Veinhage, Spfd Police MSU Substation

Student Affairs Planning & Assessment Team To move the division’s efforts in program assessment forward. The committee will review Student Affairs assessment data gathered; be informed on current assessment projects planned; and determine ways to meaningfully share assessment results both within the division and externally. Thomas Lane, Asst VP Student Life/Dir of PSU, Chair

Rob Moore, Asst. Director, Financial Aid

Denise Baumann, Assoc Dir, Residence Life & Svcs

David Muegge, Director, Taylor Health

Tara Benson, Director of Student Engagement

Sonda Reinartz, Director, Bookstore

Jamie Garner, Graduate Student

Gary Stafford, Career Services

Robert Hornberger, Registrar

Marissa Weaver, Assoc. Dir. Student Engagement

Michael Jungers, Dean of Students

Andrew Wright, Asst. VP/Dir. Of Admissions

Lisa Langston, Counseling & Testing

Vicki Mattocks, Director of Financial Aid

Dee Sisco, VP Student Affairs

Diane May, Ctr for Resource Planning & Mgt

Christian Wall, LCS Grad Student

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Student Wellness Advisory Committee To serve as a liaison between the Taylor Health & Wellness Center Administration and the Missouri State University campus community, with particular attention to the concerns of the student body, and to provide support for Taylor Health & Wellness Center programs and services. Students are appointed each year jointly by SGA and Taylor Health & Wellness Center’s Director. Jerilyn Reed, Coord of Stdt Wellness, Taylor Health & Wellness Center, Chair

Katherine Miller, At Large Student Representative

Ashley Crisafulli, SGA Representative

David Muegge, Dir of Hlth & Wellness Ctr

Matt Hinken, At Large Stdt Representative

Caitlin Polley, Residence Life Student Rep.

John Jurss, Student Representative

Undergraduate Recruitment Committee To assist with the development and implementation of the undergraduate recruitment effort. Andrew Wright, Asst VP/Dir of Admission, Chair

Hillary Mayes, Instructor, CHHS

Jim Bellis, Asst Dept Head, SAGR

Sarah Nenninger, Enrollment & Recruitment Mgr, COB

Mark Biggs, Assoc Dean, COAL

Judy Pickering, Professional Ed Adv, COE

Jerry Chin, Dept Head, CIS, COB

Francine Pratt, Exec. Dir., Multicultural Res Ctr

Stacey Funderburk, Director of Publications

Pam Sailors, Dept Head, PHI, Assoc Dean, CHPA

Tracey Glaessgen, Asst. Dir. First Year Prog.

Susan Sims-Giddens, NUR, CHHS

Scott Handley, Asst Director, Honors College

Michelle Smith, CLSE, COE

Heather C. King, Director of Scholarships

Xingping Sun, Interim Assoc Dean, CNAS

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OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR DIVERSITY & INCLUSION African American Heritage Month Committee To plan and coordinate African American Heritage Month activities. Francine Pratt, Chair

Bob Kincaid, Co-Curricular Stdt Ombudsmen, Multicultural Services

Tara Benson, Asst Dir of Programs, Stdt Engagement

Malikah Marrus, SWK, CHHS

Matthew Calihman, ENG, COAL

Pam Sailors, Dept Head, PHI, Assoc Dean, CHPA

Stephanie Goss, Student Rep.

Marquishon Storay-Allen

Akeisha Gratts, Student Rep.

Johnny Washington, PHI, CHPA

Grace Jackson-Brown, LIBR

Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month Committee To plan and coordinate Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month activities. Linna Lee

Sun Ah Pak

Andy Lo

Darren Young

Diversity Coordination Task Force To develop venues to: 1) implement a clearinghouse website for all campus multicultural events; 2) introduce a campus-wide convocation series to include all culturally significant events, programs and services for use by faculty, staff and students; 3) revise and make more inclusive major cultural heritage month programs. Ken Coopwood, VP, Diversity & Inclusion, Chair

Ann Fuhrman, LIBR

Sabrina Brinson, CEFS, COE

Paula Kemp, MTH, CNAS

Jeremy Chesman, MUS, COAL

Melissa Price

John Chuchiak, HST, CHPA

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Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council To serve as a champion of diversity and inclusion by: 1) supporting the establishment of University-wide and community goals for improving the presence of diversity among individuals, ideas, and cultures; 2) helping to create and review specific strategies that will advance progress towards these goals, and 3) providing insight for identifying criteria for performance, success and assessment of goal attainment. Ken Coopwood, VP, Diversity & Inclusion, Chair

Juan Meraz, Multicultural Services and Diversity Outreach & Recruitment

Harold Bengsch, County Commissioner

Francine Pratt, Multicultural Programs

Donna Breault, Dept. Head, CEFS, COE

Mary Ann Rojas, City of Springfield

Rachelle Darabi, Assoc Provost, Stdt Dev & Pub Aff

Megan Shadrick, Assoc Dir, Disability Resource Ctr

Mike DePue, Interfaith Alliance

Katheryne Staeger-Wilson, Dir, Disability Res Ctr

Lyle Foster, Big Momma’s Coffee House

Michael Stout, SOC, CHPA

Andy Hosmer, Hosmer King & Royce LLC

Rebecca Woodard, KIN, CHHS

Thomas Lane, Asst VP of Stdt Life, Dir PSU

Leta Moler, Diversity and Inclusion , ex officio

Gary Maddox, SW Center for Independent Living

Diversity Modes A consortium of area higher education institutions (MSU, OTC, Drury, Evangel, SBU) whose mission is to coordinate efforts and to partner between institutions, serving parallel needs for our students, faculty, staff and the community that surrounds and supports us. As higher education institutions we recognize both the opportunity and the responsibility to take a leadership role with regard to diversity concerns in the larger community. Tim Baltes, OTC, Co-Chair

Juan Meraz, Interim Asst VP for Multicultural Services, Coord Diversity Outreach & Recruitment

Ken Coopwood, VP, Diversity & Inclusion Chris Kimberling, Southwest Baptist Univ.

Gina Rentschler, Evangel

Veronica Lowe, OTC, Co-Chair

Kelley Still, Drury

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Equal Opportunity Advisory Committee To serve as a University-wide advisory committee regarding Equal Employment Opportunity policies and practices of the University including: 1) communicate the University’s commitment to equal opportunity and affirmative action, 2) develop and evaluate the Affirmative Action Program, 3) plan and implement appropriate educational programming for the University community, and 4) serve as an advisory hearing panel for complaints. Wes Pratt, Chair

Juan Meraz, Interim Asst VP for Multicultural Svcs

Gary Chorn

Pam Sailors, Assoc Dean, CHPA

Casey Comoroski, Assoc Director, Athletics

Carol Shoptaugh

Steve Foucart, Interim Chief Financial Officer

Katheryne Staeger-Wilson

Vicky Hanson

Brenda Stewart

David Meinert, Assoc Dean, COB

Chris Stovall, Employment Specialist, HR

Brenda Malkowski

TaJuan Wilson

Hispanic Heritage Month Committee To plan and coordinate Hispanic Heritage Month activities. Priscilla Bloom

Teresa Phillips

Nidya Garza

Francine Pratt

Memo Latapi

Hazael Rodriqguez, Community Representative

Yolanda Lorge, Grupo Latino Americano

Sharlett Tiburcio

Judith Martinez

David Valenciano

Juan Meraz

Jordana Vera

Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender (LBGT) History Month Committee To plan and coordinate Lesbian and Gay History Month activities. Tabitha Andujar-Bryson

Dominiece Hoelyfield

Holly Baggett, HIS, CHPA

Nicole Lane

Darryl Clark

Ashley Leinweber

Kristin Ekren

Travis Schilla

Will Hader, Advisor, Spectrum

Jacob Welch

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Native American Heritage Month Committee To plan and coordinate Native American Heritage Month activities. Francine Pratt, Chair

Diane Leamy, SOC, CHPA

Tara Benson, Asst Dir of Prog, Stdt Engagement

Jim Smith, Community Representative

Ken Estes, Southwest Missouri Indian Center

Jayne White

Stephanie Goss

Steve Willis, COAL, ART

Staysha Hampton

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FACULTY SENATE COUNCIL & COMMITTEE LISTINGS Faculty Senate Purpose: Actions, as perfected and passed by the Faculty Senate, represent the collective reasoning of the Faculty through its governance process as to policies and procedures to be followed by the University and are communicated to the University Administration for approval and implementation. Resolutions passed by the Faculty Senate state the collective reasoning of the Faculty Senate on specific issues and shall be forwarded for information to the appropriate Administrators. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information OFFICERS

ARTS & LETTERS

Chair: Stephen McIntyre

2015

Jimmie Allen, ART

2015

Chair-elect: Sharmistha Self

2015

Mike Foster, THE

2016

Secretary: Ruth Barnes

2015

Elizabeth Dudash, COM

2016

Chris Thompson, MUS

2016

Deb Larson, MJF

2015

Pauline Nugent, MCL

2015

Margaret Weaver, ENG

2015

PARLIAMENTARIAN Eric Shade

2015

RANK & INSTRUCTOR SENATORS

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Nora Cox (Instructor)

2015

Martin Jones, TCM

2015

Lanya Lamouria, (Asst Professor)

2016

Sandra Bailey, FID

2015

Tara Oetting (Clinical Faculty)

2015

Ahren Johnston, MKT

2016

Rhonda Ridinger (Professor)

2016

Brent Kinghorn, MGT

2015

Jack Rosenkoetter (Assoc Professor)

2015

Richard Johnson, CIS

2016

James Lampe, ACC

2016

Y. Jenny Zhang, FGB

2015

NON-VOTING DELEGATES Diana Piccolo, PEC Chair

2015

Sandra Johnson, Staff Delegate

2015

NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCE

Telory Davies, Grad Council Chair

2015

Dan Crafts, HRA

2015

Kirby Williams, SGA Representative

2015

John Heywood, BIO

2015

Hui Liu, CSC

2016

EDUCATION Cathie Weir, GRWD

2016

Xin Miao, GGP

2016

Jeffrey Cornelius-White, CLSE

2016

Saibal Mitra, PAMS

2015

Beth Hurst, RFT

2015

Bryan Breyfogle, CHM

2016

Joan Test, CEFS

2015

Vera Stanojevic, MTH

2015

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HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

HUMANITIES & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Tracy Cleveland, PAS

2016

Margaret Buckner, SOC

2015

Joshua Smith, BMS

2016

Holly Baggett, HST

2016

Susan Dollar, SWK

2015

Ethan Amidon, CRM

2015

Keith Ernce, KIN

2016

Jack Knight, PHI

2015

Kristina Henry, NUR

2016

Mahua Mitra, ECO

2015

James Hackney, PT

2016

David Johnson, PLS

2016

Tom Kane, PSY

2015

Mark Given, REL

2016

Allan Liggett, SMAT

2015

None, DSS

Ye (Angel) Wang, CSD

2015

None, MS

AGRICULTURE

LIBRARY

Chin-Feng Hwang, AGR

2016

David Richards, LIBR

2015

Academic Relations Committee Purpose: Shall review institutional quality of academic standards and instructional methodology; shall evaluate and promote faculty development programs and procedures. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information Maggie Marlin-Hess, THE, COAL

TBA, CNAS

Randy Sexton, CIS, COB

TBA, SAGR

David Goodwin, RFT, COE

Rob Hornberger, Registrar, ex officio

Melinda Novik, KIN, CHHS

Sharmistha Self, Chair-Elect, ex officio

Elizabeth Sobel, SOC, CHPA

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Budget and Priorities Committee Purpose: Shall examine all proposals for intercollegiate programs, general education courses or other major initiatives with possible budgetary implications before the Faculty Senate and report to the Chair of the Faculty Senate the examination results prior to the proposals being voted on. Shall review and remain informed of the university budget, including capital expenditure plans, as it is developed throughout the year. Shall become and remain familiar with the university planning document(s) that support budgetary planning. Shall send a representative to meet monthly with the Provost’s Office to become informed of, and to understand the rationale for, all Administrative Council deliberations that are likely to have a major effect on future resource allocations, and to express concerns and offer constructive advice, if needed, regarding the direction the university appears to be going. Shall, by October 31 of the fall semester, become familiar with the university’s Process Improvement Committee and other committees, as directed by the Chair of the Faculty Senate, whose functions primarily relate to matters of resource utilization or enhancement. Shall be included in university decision-making related to budget planning as follows: State Appropriation Requests and Internal Operating Budget (see Faculty Bylaws for detailed wording). Shall review current salaries and salary structure as a part of the budget building process each year and make recommendations for changes in the structure and plans. Shall keep the Chair of the Faculty Senate informed of all university budgetary matters of which it has knowledge and make a report to the Faculty Senate during the spring semester. Shall assist the University Planning Advisory Council and other appropriate university bodies in identifying and articulating Faculty Senate concerns about budgeting and planning priorities. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information

Bob Pavlowsky, GGP, CNAS, Chair

2017

Steve Hinch, RFT, COE

2015

Isabelle Bauman, COM, COAL

2015

David Richards, LIBR

2015

John Chuchiak, HST, CHPA

2017

Amy Stokes, MKT, COB

2015

John Downing, KIN, CHHS

2017

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College Councils Purpose: The primary purpose of each college council is to act upon curricular matters that are referred to it by departments within the college. Powers: Each college council is empowered to approve a departmental proposal, reject and return a proposal to the originating department, or amend and approve the proposal. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information ARTS & LETTERS

Nancy Dion, PAS

2015

Paula Patterson, MUS, COAL

2015

Michael Hudson, SMAT

2015

Lyn Gattis, ENG

2016

Mary Ann Jennings, SWK

2015

Colby Jennings, MJF

2015

David Schneider, NUR

2014

Pedro Koo, MCL

2015

Melissa Fallone, PSY

2016

Sam Dyer, COM

2016

Patty Cahoj, PT

2016

Sarah Williams, ART

2016

Lisa Proctor, CSD

2015

Mike Foster, THE

2015

HUMANITIES & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Ralph Shain, PHI, Chair

2015

Diane Slattery, TCM, Chair

2016

Gary Fleck, MIS

2014

A. Craig Keller, ACC

2015

Lisa Hall, SOC

2016

Melody LaPreze, MGT

2016

Marcia Butler, HST

2016

Steven Parker, MKT

2015

Yuhua Qiao, PLS

2015

Richard Johnson, CIS

2016

John Strong, REL

2015

Cathy Starr, FID

2015

Charles Scott, ECO

2016

Douglas Witte, FGB

2015

Aida Hass, CRM

2015

EDUCATION

NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCE

Bill Agnew, RFT, Chair

2016

Paul Rollinson, GGP, Chair

2015

Becky Crowder, GLS

2015

Mark Rogers, MTH

2016

Denise Cunningham, CEFS

2015

Dan Crafts, HRA

2015

Deanne Camp, RFT

2016

Mark Richter, CHM

2015

Gigi Saunders, GGP

2016

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES Robert DeLong, BMS, Chair

2015

Lloyd Smith, CSC

2015

Amanda Perkins, KIN

2016

Emmett Redd, PAMS

2016

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Committee on General Education and Intercollegiate Programs (CGEIP) Purpose: This Committee shall act upon all curricular proposals affecting the General Education Program as well as courses and programs offered collaboratively by Academic Departments/Schools in two or more colleges (i.e. intercollegiate programs not routed to Professional Education Committee or Graduate Council). Powers: This Committee is empowered to approve curricular proposals, reject and return proposals to the College Council(s) that submitted it/them, or amend and approve the proposals. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information

Rebecca Swearingen, RFT, COE, Chair

HUMANITIES & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

ARTS & LETTERS

Jack Llewellyn, REL

2016 2015

Darryl Clark, MCL

2016

Andrew Johnson, PHI

Joe Hughes, MCL

2017

NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCE

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Rich Biogioni, CHM

2017 2015

Alex Hamwi, MKT

2016

Xiaomin Qiu, GGP

Michele Granger, MGT

2017

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

EDUCATION Mandi Benedict-Chambers, CEFS

2017

Rebecca Swearingen, RFT

2015

Thomas Altena, KIN

2015

Benjamin Timson, BMS

2016

Keri Franklin, Director of Assessment, ex officio Provost’s Designate: Joshua Smith, ex officio

Faculty Senate Chair-elect: Sharmistha Self, ex officio

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Faculty Concerns Committee Purpose: Shall act as a board for continuous review of the broad area of faculty rights and responsibilities; shall, as directed by the Faculty Senate, discuss with the University Administration matters pertaining to remuneration, professional advancement, facultyadministrator relationships, and working conditions; shall serve as the vehicle through which the faculty, Faculty Senate, and Administration may initiate issues or matters of concern for discussion and consideration; shall invite the submission and receive items of concern from faculty members, administrators, or groups of the same for discussion; shall gather data from appropriate individuals or groups to be used in making a determination as the weather each item submitted warrants action by the Faculty Senate; shall use surveys and other appropriate instruments to provide information to supplement informal communications about faculty concerns. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information

Ken Gillam, ENG, CHHS, Chair

HUMANITIES & PUBLIC AFFAIRS

TBA, Secretary

Holly Baggett, HIS

2016

ARTS & LETTERS

Reed Olsen, ECO

2017

Ken Gillam, ENG

2017

NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCE

Sarah Williams, ART

2016

Kyoungtae Kim, BIO

2015

Anita Liu, CSC

2017

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Ahren Johnston, MKT

2015

DARR SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE

Steven Thomas, MGT

2016

Benjamin Onyango

EDUCATION

2015

LIBRARY

Fred Groves, RFT

2015

Joseph Hulgus, CLSE

2016

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

Joshua Lambert

2016

FACULTY SENATE MEMBER

Carly Yadon, PSY

2017

Shurita Thomas-Tate

2015

Sharmistha Self, Chair-elect, ex officio

Faculty Senate Executive Committee Purpose: The Executive Committee of the Faculty Senate shall participate in the curricular process as described in ART VI, SEC 8; may advise the Chair of the Faculty Senate in preparing the agenda for meetings of the Faculty Senate; shall assist in supervision of the working of the Faculty Senate in such manner as directed by the Faculty Senate or by the Chair of the Faculty Senate; and shall prepare, revise and supervise the use of forms utilized in faculty governance processes. Membership: Shall consist of the Chair of the Faculty Senate, who shall be Chair of the Executive Committee; the Chair-elect of the Faculty Senate, the Secretary of the Faculty, the Past Chair of the Faculty Senate, and the Parliamentarian, ex officio. Eric Shade, CSC, CNAS, Parliamentarian

Ryan Giedd, PAMS, CNAS, Past -Chair

Ruth Barnes, THE, COAL, Secretary to the Faculty

Sharmistha Self, ECO, CHPA, Chair-Elect

Steve McIntyre, HST, CHPA, Chair

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Faculty Student Judicial Commission Purpose: To serve as the judicial body to make recommendations in judicial matters as prescribed in The Student Judicial System, approved by the Board of Governors February 19, 1993. Composition of the Commission is prescribed by the Governors’ action. Membership: Faculty members of the committee are elected for a two-year term by the Faculty Senate at its March meeting each year from nominees presented by each College Council. The Chair is appointed by the University President. Richard Garrad, BMS, CHHS, Chair

2015

Janice Greene, BIO, CNAS

2016

Scott Bloom, ECO, CHPA

2015

Sarah Nixon, RFT, COE

2016

Fay Felicilda, NUR, CHHS

2015

Pauline Nugent, MCL, COAL

2016

Graduate Council Purpose: the primary purpose of the Graduate Council is to act upon graduate level curricular matters that are referred to it by academic departments/schools. Powers: The Graduate Council is empowered, for course numbered 600 or higher, to approve a department proposal, reject and return a proposal to the originating department, or amend and approve the proposal. It must approve of all members of the graduate faculty. Other responsibilities include program planning, curricular control and policymaking for the Graduate College. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information

Telory Davies, THE, Chair

2015

Kartik Ghosh, PAMS, CNAS

2016

Rose Allen, CSD, CHHS

2016

Paula Kemp, MTH, CNAS

2015

Erin Buchanan, PSY, CHHS

2015

Lynda Plymate, MSEd

2016

David Carr, SMAT, CHHS

2016

Matthew Calihman, ENG, COAL

2016

Susan Dollar, SWK, CHHS

2016

Randy Dillon, COM, COAL

2015

Elizabeth Federman, MPH, CHHS

2015

Eric Pervukhin, ART, COAL

2016

Maria Keanneally, NUR, CHHS

2015

Robert Quebbeman, MUS, COAL

2016

Jerry Masterson, KIN, CHHS

2015

Phil Harsha, MAcc

2015

Tyler Morris, BMS, CHHS

2016

Martin Jones, TCM, COB

2015

Melinda Novik, KIN, CHHS

2014

Rajeev Kaula, CIS, COB

2016

Elizabeth Williamson, PT, CHHS

2016

Michael Leibert, MHA

2015

Martha Finch, REL, CHPA

2016

Randy Sexton, MBA

2015

Brett Garland, CRM, CHPA

2015

William Agnew, CLSE, COE

2016

Dennis Hickey, PLS, CHPA

2016

Ching-Wen Chang, RFT, COE

2016

Bill Piston, HST, CHPA

2016

Joan Test, CEFS, COE

2016

Scott Worman, SOC, CHPA

2016

Wenping Qiu, SAGR

2015

Dan Beckman, BIO, CNAS

2016

Linda Johnson, Off of the Registrar, ex officio

Kevin Evans, GGP, CNAS

2016

Andrea Miller, LIBR, ex officio

Nikolay Gerasimchuk, CHM, CNAS

2016

Tom Tomasi, Graduate College, ex officio

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Graduate Council Executive Committee Telory Davis, THE, COAL, Chair

Bill Piston, HST, CHPA, Membership Chair

Brooke Whisenhunt, PSY, CHHS, Past Chair

Robert Quebbeman, MUS, COAL, Grievance Chair

Ching-Wen Chang, CEFS, COE, Screening Chair

Kevin Evans, GGP, CNAS, Scholarship Chair

Randy Dillon, COM, COAL, Recruitment Chair

Tom Tomasi, Assoc Dean, Grad College, ex officio

Tyler Morris, CHHS, Member at Large

Graduate Curriculum Screening Committee The Curriculum Screening Committee is responsible for screening and reviewing all graduate level new programs, program changes, new courses and course changes for all graduate level (600 and above) curricular actions and making a recommendation regarding their disposition to the Graduate Council. The Graduate Curriculum Screening Committee shall require that all programs affected by a particular graduate level curricular action be appropriately consulted. Ching-Wen Chang, RFT, COE, Chair

Scott Worman, SOC, CHPA

Matthew Calihman, ENG, COAL

Vera Stanojevic, MTH, CNAS

Wesley Scroggins, MGT, COB

Linda Johnson, Office of the Registrar, ex officio

Rose Allen, CSD, CHHS

Andrea Miller, LIBR, ex officio

Graduate Faculty Membership Committee The Graduate Faculty Membership Committee is responsible for reviewing all applications for graduate faculty status and making recommendations for admission to the Graduate Council; for reviewing all policies and procedures related to graduate faculty status; for soliciting, reviewing and approving all program specific standards for graduate faculty status; for communicating all relevant policies of the Graduate Council for admission of the graduate faculty to specific programs; and for making recommendations to the Graduate Council concerning the criteria for graduate faculty status and the appropriateness of the faculty when a new graduate program is being considered by the Council. Bill Piston, HST, CHPA, Chair

Joan Test, CEFS, COE

Vonda Yarberry, ART, COAL

Erin Buchanan, PSY, CHHS

Phil Harsha, ACC, COB

Paula Kemp, MTH, CNAS

Graduate Grievance Committee The Graduate Grievance Committee is responsible for reviewing any grievance brought to the Council by a graduate student, the Executive Committee of the Graduate Council, the Graduate Council itself, any member of the graduate faculty, or the Dean’s office. The committee makes recommendations for action. Robert Quebbeman, MUS, COAL, Chair

Beth Williamson, PT, CHHS

Rajeev Kaula, CIS, COB

Brett Garland, CRM, CHPA

Paris DePaepe, CLSE, COE

Dan Beckman, BIO, CNAS

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Graduate Recruitment Committee The Graduate Recruitment Committee is responsible for 1) monitoring growth of the graduate programs at the university; 2) working with departments throughout the university to streamline the graduate recruitment process; and 3) identifying recruitment practices, both on campus and elsewhere to suggest changes to the graduate recruitment process as university policies and practices change. Randy Dillon, COM, COAL, Chair

Elizabeth Federman, MPH, CHHS

Martin Jones, TCM, COB

Wenping Qiu, SAGR

Gilbert Brown, CLSE, COE

Misty Stewart, Graduate College, ex officio

Martha Finch, REL, CHPA

Graduate Scholarship Committee The Graduate Scholarship Committee is responsible for administering the Basil and Joann Borizki Endowed Scholarship, the Keith and Aileen Ford Endowed Scholarship, and other scholarships that may be acquired; for recommending to the Dean a nominee for the Midwest Association of Graduate Schools Thesis Award; for selecting winners for the Interdisciplinary Outstanding Graduate Assistant and Graduate Mentor awards; and for working with the Dean’s office to develop, administer and expand scholarship opportunities for graduate students. Kevin Evans, GGP, CNAS, Chair

Bill Agnew, CLSE, COE

Sarah Wiggin, THE, COAL

Melinda Novik, KIN, CHHS

Mike Liebert, MGT, COB

TBD, CNAS

Honorary Doctorate Degree Committee To recommend an appropriate honoree for an honorary doctoral degree, with no more than one honorary degree to be conferred annually. Cynthia Hail, CEFS, COE, Chair

Jack Knight, PHI, CHPA

Carol Miller, FGB, COB

Melanie Grand, HRA, CNAS

Maria Michalczyk, ART, COAL

TBA, Graduate College

Carol Shoptaugh, PSY, CHHS

Chris Craig, Assoc Provost for Faculty Aff. ex officio

Judicial Review Committee Purpose: Shall adjudicate in questions of interpretation of the Constitution and Bylaws of the Faculty; shall consider questions originating from any faculty member when presented through the Chairperson of the Faculty Senate; shall serve as a panel of election judges in the annual primary and annual general elections for Faculty Senate membership. Membership: Shall be composed of the three immediate past-chairpersons of the Faculty Senate who do not hold full-time administrative positions. Terrel Gallaway, ECO, CHPA

Margaret Weaver, ENG, COAL

Rebecca Woodard, KIN, CHHS

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Professional Education Committee Purpose: The primary purpose of the PEC is to review courses and programs and to define those policies and procedures that ensure professional education programs at Missouri State University (MSU) meet state and national guidelines for preparing qualified school personnel. The PEC represents the Professional Education Unit (PEU) as a governing body that is part of the Faculty Senate. MSU is organized such that professional education programs are offered in each of the six academic colleges. The PEU was established to encompass all professional education certification programs across the various colleges. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information

Chair: Diana Piccolo, CEFS, COE

LIBRARY SCIENCE

Chair-elect: Kurt Killion, MTH, CNAS

Bill Edgar, LIBR

ARTS & LETTERS

EDUCATION

2016

Judith Martin, MCL

2015

Reesha Adamson, CLSE

2016

Steve Willis, ART

2015

Gina Wood, CEFS

2016

Andrew Homburg, MUS

2016

Beth Hurst, RFT

2015

Carol Maples, THE

2015

Vicki Sutton, GRWD

2016

Angela Kohnen, ENG

2016

NATURAL & APPLIED SCIENCES

Eric Morris, COM

2015

Janice Greene, BIO

2016

Bryan Breyfogle, CHM

2015

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES Mike Keltner, KIN

2016

Adam Harbaugh, MTH

2015

Ye (Angel) Wang, CSD

2015

Melida Gutierrez, GGP

2016

Cheryl Wrinkle, PAMS

2014

HUMANITIES & PUBLIC AFFAIRS Andrew Lewis, HST

2015

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

David Hough, Dean, COE, ex officio

Debra Price, FGB

2015

Glenna Vanderhoof, CIS

2016

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Rules Committee Purpose: Shall review organizational and operational procedures of the Faculty Senate as provided for by the Constitution and Bylaws of the Faculty. Shall prepare proposals for amendments to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Faculty to be voted on by the Faculty Senate and/or faculty of the University. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate Constitution and Bylaws for Membership Information Cindy MacGregor, CLSE, COE, Chair

John Heywood, BIO, CNAS

Mike Foster, THE, COAL

TBD, CHHS

Stephen Haggard, FGB, COB

Ruth Barnes, Secretary of the Faculty, ex officio

Tom Dicke, HST, CHPA

Eric Shade, Parliamentarian of Faculty Senate, ex officio

Study Away Advisory Committee This committee shall 1) Draw upon their personal experiences, the experiences of others, and the best practices at other universities to make recommendations for improving study away programs from both student and faculty perspectives. Factors to be considered would likely include, but not be limited to: a) resources for course development; b) faculty compensation for developing and for teaching study away courses; c) financial assistance for students who need it the most; d) the number of credit hours for a typical study away course; e) ensuring an appropriate level of rigor for all study away courses; 2) Consider new locations, both domestically and abroad, for study away experiences, make recommendations about whether MSU needs to have a more systematic approach to ensuring an appropriate mix of locations, and if need be, consistent numbering scheme (similar to 397) for study away experiences, to make it easier for students to identify these courses and for programs to give credit for international experiences, regardless of the departments that house them; 4) Make a recommendation about whether or not MSU should create some sort of CASL-style oversight of study away programs to promote study away, to protect quality, and to facilitate the faculty’s responsibility for faculty oversight of curriculum issues. If such a committee is judged appropriate, the committee should make additional recommendations about its structure and how the necessary oversight can be achieved while minimizing bureaucracy and safeguarding academic freedom.

David Romano, CHPA, Chair

Amy Muchnick, COAL

Michael Burton, SAGR

Carmen Boyd, CHHS

Vickie Haynes, COE

Courtney Pham, COB

Linnea Iantria, CNAS

Elizabeth Strong, Dir. Study Away, ex officio

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University Hearing Committee Purpose: The University Hearing Panel (UHP), a five-member panel selected from the University Hearing Committee, reviews a grievance, response(s) complaint and documentation as part of the “Preliminary Requirements for PPRP Formal Review Process” as outlined in the Faculty Handbook. Membership: Refer to the Faculty Senate website for Membership Information

Eric Bosch, CHM, CNAS

2015

Tim Knapp, SOC, CHPA

2017

Deanne Camp, RFT, COE

2015

Jack Knight, PHI, CHPA

2015

Robert Canales, PAS, CHHS

2015

Stan Leasure, FGB, COB

2016

Lynn Cline, LIBR

2015

Tina Liang, KIN, CHHS

2017

Paris DePaepe, CLSE, COE

2017

Sean Lyman, ART, COAL

2015

Paul Durham, BIO, CNAS

2017

William Meadows, SOC, CHPA

2017

Vinay Garg, MGT, COB

2015

Walt Nelson, FGB, COB

2016

Carol Gosselink, PSY, CHHS

2015

Sarah Nixon, RFT, COE

2016

Dennis Hickey, PLS, CHPA

2016

Pauline Nugent, MCL, COAL

2016

Judith John, ENG, COAL

2017

Paul Rollinson, GGP, CNAS

2016

Steve Jones, RFT, COE

2017

Lloyd Smith, CSC, CNAS

2016

Tom Kane, PSY, CHHS

2016

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COMMITTEE INDEX Academic Advising Council ................................................................................................................................ 16 Academic Affairs Budget Committee ................................................................................................................ 17 Academic Calendar Committee .......................................................................................................................... 17 Academic Integrity Council ................................................................................................................................. 17 Academic Leadership Council ............................................................................................................................ 18 Academic Personnel Review Commission ........................................................................................................ 18 Academic Relations Committee .......................................................................................................................... 44 Administrative Budget Committee ...................................................................................................................... 7 Administrative Council .......................................................................................................................................... 7 Admission Appeal Committee............................................................................................................................ 34 African American Heritage Month Committee ................................................................................................ 39 African American Studies Committee ............................................................................................................... 29 Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month Committee...................................................................... 39 Assessment Council .............................................................................................................................................. 19 Behavioral Intervention Team ............................................................................................................................. 34 Biosafety Committee............................................................................................................................................... 8 Bookstore Advisory Committee.......................................................................................................................... 34 Budget and Priorities Committee ....................................................................................................................... 45 College Councils.................................................................................................................................................... 46 Commencement Committee .................................................................................................................................. 8 Committee on General Education and Intercollegiate Programs (CGEIP) ................................................... 47 Committee on Residency ..................................................................................................................................... 35 Compensation Committee ................................................................................................................................... 19 Degrees Committee............................................................................................................................................... 20 Digital Measures Committee ............................................................................................................................... 20 Distance Education Committee........................................................................................................................... 21 Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council........................................................................................................ 40 Diversity Modes .................................................................................................................................................... 40 Employee Wellness Advisory Committee ......................................................................................................... 35 Environmental Focus Committee ....................................................................................................................... 29 Environmental Management Policy Panel ........................................................................................................ 31 Equal Opportunity Advisory Committee.......................................................................................................... 41 Excellence in Community Service Awards Committee ..................................................................................... 8 Executive Budget Committee ................................................................................................................................ 9 Executive Enrollment Management Committee................................................................................................. 9 Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Council ....................................................................... 22 Faculty Concerns Committee .............................................................................................................................. 48 Faculty Grants Committee ................................................................................................................................... 23 Faculty Handbook Revision Committee............................................................................................................ 23 Faculty Senate ........................................................................................................................................................ 43 Faculty Senate Executive Committee ................................................................................................................. 48 Faculty Student Judicial Commission ................................................................................................................ 49 Federally Mandated Reporting/Disclosing Committee.................................................................................. 35 56

Financial Aid Appeal Committee ....................................................................................................................... 36 First-Year Council ................................................................................................................................................. 24 Foundation Awards Committee ......................................................................................................................... 24 Fringe Benefits Committee .................................................................................................................................. 10 Gender Studies Committee .................................................................................................................................. 29 Graduate Council .................................................................................................................................................. 49 Global Studies/Area Studies Committee .......................................................................................................... 30 Graduate Council Executive Committee ........................................................................................................... 50 Graduate Curriculum Screening Committee .................................................................................................... 50 Graduate Faculty Membership Committee ....................................................................................................... 50 Graduate Grievance Committee ......................................................................................................................... 50 Graduate Recruitment Committee ..................................................................................................................... 51 Graduate Scholarship Committee....................................................................................................................... 51 Health Care Plans Review Committee ............................................................................................................... 32 Hispanic Heritage Month Committee ................................................................................................................ 41 Honorary Doctorate Degree Committee............................................................................................................ 51 Honors Committee................................................................................................................................................ 25 Information Security Executive Committee ...................................................................................................... 32 Information Technology Council ........................................................................................................................ 10 Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee ................................................................................................ 10 Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Participants ......................................................... 25 Intercollegiate Athletics Committee ................................................................................................................... 11 Joseph N. Boyce/Wall Street Journal Public Affairs Award Committee ...................................................... 11 Judicial Review Committee ................................................................................................................................. 51 Leaders in Community Service ........................................................................................................................... 36 Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender (LBGT) History Month Committee.................................................. 41 Library Committee................................................................................................................................................ 26 Maintenance and Repair Review Board ............................................................................................................ 33 Marketing and Communications Advisory Group .......................................................................................... 11 Master Planning Committee ................................................................................................................................ 12 Missouri State Magazine Planning Committee ................................................................................................ 12 MSU Trunked Radio System Board ................................................................................................................... 33 Native American Heritage Month Committee ................................................................................................. 42 Native American Studies Committee................................................................................................................. 30 NCAA Validation Committee ............................................................................................................................. 26 Pepsi Cola Public Affairs Awards Committee .................................................................................................. 13 Pre-Medical Committee ....................................................................................................................................... 27 President’s Council on Disability........................................................................................................................ 13 Professional Education Committee (PEC) ......................................................................................................... 52 Provost’s Advisory Council on Tenure and Promotion .................................................................................. 27 Radiation Safety Committee ................................................................................................................................ 13 Refund Exception Committee ............................................................................................................................. 36 Rules Committee ................................................................................................................................................... 53 Safety and Transportation Advisory Committee ............................................................................................. 33 Safety Matters ........................................................................................................................................................ 37 Scholarship Committee ........................................................................................................................................ 28 57

Scholastic Standards and Revision of Records Committee ............................................................................. 28 Small Insurance Claims Committee ................................................................................................................... 33 Staff Excellence in Service Awards ..................................................................................................................... 14 Staff Service Recognition Committee ................................................................................................................. 14 Staff Senate ............................................................................................................................................................. 14 Student Affairs Planning and Assessment Team ............................................................................................. 37 Student Community Action Team...................................................................................................................... 37 Student Wellness Advisory Committee............................................................................................................. 38 Study Away Advisory Committee ..................................................................................................................... 53 Sustainability Advisory Committee ................................................................................................................... 15 Undergraduate Recruitment Committee ........................................................................................................... 38 University Hearing Committee........................................................................................................................... 54

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NAME INDEX A

Bloom, Scott 49 Bosch, Eric 9, 27, 54 Bowen, Misty 28, 36 Bowen, Sheila 32, 35 Bowles, Christina 14, 36 Boyd, Carmen 53 Branson, Debbie 12 Branstetter-Ross, Ann 20 Breault, Donna 40 Breyfogle, Bryan 43, 52 Bridges, Kelly 14 Brinson, Sabrina 29, 39 Brodeur, Amanda 27 Brown, Gilbert 34, 51 Brown, Jeff 31 Bryant, Stephanie 18, 33 Buchanan, Erin 49, 50 Buckner, Margaret 44 Burnett, Melissa 11 Burt, Larry 30 Burt, Tracie 16 Burton, Michael 53 Butler, Marcia 46

Chuchiak, John 23, 25, 28, 30, 39, 45 Abidogun, Jamaine 23 Clark, Chelsey 36 Adamson, Reesha 52 Clark, Darryl 41, 47 Agnew, Bill 46, 49, 51 Clark, Don 12, 33, 34, 35, 37 Alaimo, Ian 14 Clark, John 12, 33 Allen, Jimmie 43 Clark, Sara 11, 12 Allen, Rose 23, 49, 50 Clements, Jessica 12 Altena, Thomas 47 Cleveland, Tracy 44 Amidon, Ethan 44 Cline, Lynn 9, 19, 26, 27, 54 Andujar-Bryson, Tabitha 41 Collins, Alyssa 32, 35 Aram, Roberta 28, 29 Collins, Peter 19, 23 Ash, Karen 36 Columbo, Anne 17 Atwell, Jan 19, 26 Combs, Cheryle 36 Austin, Chris 12 Combs, Julie 8 B Coopwood, Ken 7, 9, 11, 39, 40 Baggett, Holly 41, 44, 48 Copeland, Nancy 35 Bailey, Sandra 43 Corcoran, Debbie 30 Baker, James 7, 9 Cornelius-White, Jeffrey 24, Baltes, Tim 40 27, 43 Bampoe, Michel 32, 35 Cox, Jennifer 15, 33 Barnes, Ruth 43, 48, 53 Cox, Nora 43 Barnett, Cyndi 33 Crafts, Dan 17, 43, 46 Barrera, Shauna 13 Craig, Chris 17, 18, 20, 22, 34, C Bassen, Krista 12 51 Cadle, Lanette 17 Bassett, Damon 13 Crain, Susan 20, 27 Cahoj, Patty 46 Bauman, Isabelle 45 Crisafulli, Ashley 38 Caldwell, Sarah 10 Baumann, Denise 34, 37 Crowder, Becky 46 Calfano, Brian 26, 29 Baumlin, James 27 Calihman, Matthew 29, 39, 49, Culver, Sandy 16, 26 Beck, Catherine 14 Cunningham, Denise 46 50 Beckman, Dan 49, 50 Camp, Deanne 20, 21, 46, 54 D Bellis, Jim 38 Canales, Roberto 9, 23, 54 Darabi, Rachelle 9, 11, 16, 18, Belshoff, Richard 20 19, 22, 40 Benedict-Chambers, Mandi 47 Capps, Steve 13 Carney, Russell 25 Datema, Tim 14 Bengsch, Harold 8, 40 Carr, David 49 Davies, Telory 43, 49, 50 Bennett, Drew 7, 9 Cemore-Brigdon, Joanne 24 Davis, Kathy 16 Benson, Tara 14, 37, 39, 42 Chang, Ching-Wen 49, 50 Deal, Paul 28 Berkwitz, Steve 16, 30 Chang, Ed 24 DeBoef, Ryan 7, 9 Berry, Magdalena 26 Cheek, William 12, 15 DeLong, Robert 8, 46 Berry, Melissa 13 Chesman, Jeremy 39 Dennis, Marilyn 14 Biagioni, Rich 19, 47 Chin, Jerry 38 DePaepe, Paris 13, 50, 54 Biggs, Mark 24, 38 Choate, Edward 32, 35 DePue, Mike 40 Blackwood, Randy 8, 14, 33 Chorn, Gary 13, 33, 41 DeWitt, Joyce 25 Blanton, Patti 21 Christian, Donna 7, 32, 35 Dicke, Tom 53 Bloom, Priscilla 41 59

Dion, Nancy 46 Dillon, Randy 49, 50, 51 Dockery, Rachael 7, 9, 31, 32 Dollar, Susan 44, 49 Donnellan, Debbie 7, 35, 37 Donnelson, Nicki 15 Donovan, Emma 15 Douglas, Addie 14 Downing, John 45 Doyle, Caleb 12, 15 Dubinsky, Julie 14, 32, 35 Dudash, Elizabeth 43 Duitsman, Dalen 10, 33 Duncan, Janice 31 Dunn, Brent 7, 12 Durham, Paul 54 Dyer, Sam 25, 46

Franklin, Thomas 24 Frederick, Dana 19 Frederick, Teresa 15 Fuhrman, Ann 39 Funderburk, Stacey 11, 12, 14, 38

G

Galanes, Gloria 7, 11, 12, 18, 31, 33 Gale, Crystal 21, 24 Gallaway, Terrel 9, 13, 15, 29, 51 Garg, Vinay 54 Garland, Brett 49, 50 Garland, Diana 14 Garner, Jamie 37 Garrad, Richard 13, 27, 49 Garrison-Kane, Linda 25 E Earl, Melanie 32 Garton, Andrew 14 Eckels, Robert 12, 31, 33 Garza, Nidya 41 Edgar, Bill 19, 52 Gattis, Lyn 19, 46 Edmond, Brian 14, 20 Gersimchuk, Nikolay 24, 27, Egbert, Bob 26 49 Einhellig, Frank 7, 9, 12, 18, 33 Ghosh, Kartik 27, 49 Ekron, Kristin 41 Giedd, Ryan 48 Elliott, Anson 9, 15, 31 Giles, Chelsey 32 Embretson, Scott 8 Gillam, Ken 48 Ernce, Keith 26, 44 Given, Mark 44 Essel, Paul 14 Glaessgen, Tracey 16, 38 Estes, Ken 42 Gochenauer, Kristan 14 Evans, Kevin 49, 50, 51 Gollhofer, Kami 14 Goodwin, David 23, 44 F Gordon, Anne 26 Fallone, Melissa 46 Gordon, Nancy 22 Fan, Lori 11 Goss, Stephanie 39, 42 Federman, Elizabeth 49, 51 Gosselink, Carol 54 Felicilda, Fay 49 Granger, Michele 47 Ferguson, Wendy 12 Gratts, Akeisha 39 Fiedler, Scott 7, 9, 12, 14 Grayshaw, Patrick 11 Finch, Martha 30, 49, 51 Green Libby, Cynthia 20 Fleck, Gary 46 Greene, Brian 10 Follensbee, Billie 27, 30 Greene, Janice 9, 11, 15, 25, 49, Foster, Lyle 40 52 Foster, Mike 8, 43, 46, 53 Foucart, Steve 7, 9, 10, 32, 35, Greer, Olen 24 Greiner, Doug 34 41 Geiger, Lacey 21 Franklin, Keri 19, 22, 47

Grand, Melanie 51 Grier, Terry 37 Griffin, April 8 Grosso, Karen 36 Groves, Fred 17, 48 Groves, Penni 34, 35 Gutierrez, Melida 27, 52

H Hackney, James 44 Hackworth, Michael 35 Hader, Will 41 Haggard, Stephen 53 Hail, Cindy 23, 51 Hains, Art 11 Hall, Lisa 32 Haman, Brad 35 Hampton, Staysha 42 Hamwi, Alex 47 Handley, Scott 24, 25, 38 Hanson, Vicki 13, 41 Harbaugh, Adam 52 Harbaugh, Rebecca 8, 35, 36 Hardin, Jonathan 31 Harsen, Mark 33 Harsha, Phil 25, 49, 50 Hass, Aida 46 Haynes, Tabitha 19 Haynes, Vickie 53 Hein, Stephanie 11, 24, 26 Hein, Tony 15 Hellman, Daniel 26 Hendricks, Don 8, 11, 12 Hendrickson, Don 32 Henry, Kristina 17, 44 Herr, Christopher 9, 23 Heywood, John 27, 43, 53 Hickey, Dennis 24, 27, 30, 49, 54 Hinch, Steve 11, 45 Hinken, Matt 38 Hobbs, Lora 21 Hoegeman, Catherine 19 Hoelyfield, Dominiece 41 Hoff, Nathan 20, 26 Hogencamp, Tim 15 Homburg, Andrew 52 60

Hooper, Madeleine 30 Hornberger, Rob 10, 16, 19, 32, 35, 37, 44 Hosmer, Andy 40 Hough, David 18, 33, 52 Huang, Shyang 19 Hudson, Michael 46 Huff, Jay 33, 34, 37 Hughes, Joe 30, 47 Hughes, Kathy 27 Hulgus, Joseph 25, 48 Hunt, Casey 11, 12, 26, 35, 41 Hurst, Beth 22, 43, 52 Hutter, Jim 11, 26 Hwang, Chin-Feng 44

I Iantria, Linnea 53 Iman, Gary 21 Ingram, Sue 10

J

Jurss, John 38 Jutla, Rajinder 28

K Kane, Tom 44, 54 Kaula, Rajeev 49, 50 Keanneally, Maria 49 Keifer, Kaitlin 13 Keller, A. Craig 46 Keltner, Mike 52 Kemp, Paula 39, 49, 50 Kent, John 22 Kielhofner, Brad 12, 15 Killion, Kurt 52 Kim, Kyoungtae 27, 48 Kimberling, Chris 40 Kincaid, Bob 39 Kindheart, Rick 11, 12, 17, 34 King, Heather 11, 13, 28, 38 Kinghorn, Brent 43 Kliethermes, Sean 34 Knapp, Tim 54 Knight, Jack 44, 51, 54 Kohnen, Angela 52 Kolb, Lindsey 10 Koo, Pedro 28, 46 Kostic, Bogdan 26 Kovacs, Laszlo 8, 13 Kromrey, Mike 15 Kunkel, Allen 7, 31

Leibert, Mike 32, 49, 51 Leinweber, Ashley 41 Lescano, Brittany 16 Lewis, Andrew 52 Liang, Tina 54 Liggett, Allan 16, 44 Ligon, Day 29 Liu, Anita 48 Liu, Hui 43 Liu, Xue 20 Llewellyn, Jack 47 Lo, Andy 39 Lopinot, Sharon 14 Lorge, Yolanda 41 Lowe, Veronica 40 Lucks, Barbara 15 Lutz, David 34 Lyman, Sean 54

M

MacGregor, Cindy 27, 53 Madden, Etta 29 Jackson-Brown, Grace 39 Maddox, Gary 40 Jahnke, Tamera 15, 18, 29, 31, Malkowski, Brenda 8, 41 33 Mann, Mary Beth 26 Jennings, Colby 46 Maples, Carol 16, 52 Jennings, Mary Ann 19, 46 Margavio, Geanie 17 John, Judith 54 Marlin-Hess, Maggie 44 Johns, Judith 18 Marrus, Malikah 39 Johns, Justin 34 Martin, Judith 29, 52 Johnson, Andrew 17, 47 Martin, Rob 32 Johnson, David 44 L Martindale, Susan 34 Johnson, Jennifer 8 Lambert, Joshua 48 Martinez, Judith 41 Johnson, Linda 49, 50 Lamouria, Lanya 25, 43 Masterson, Jerry 49 Johnson, Richard 43, 46 Lampe, James 43 Masterson, Julie 20, 22, 34 Johnson, Sandy 14, 43 Lane, Nicole 41 Johnston, Ahren 43, 48 Lane, Thomas 7, 15, 19, 24, 33, Mathis, Alicia 23 Matthews, Victor 9, 10, 18, 33 Jolley, Diana 28 37, 40 Mattocks, Vicki 28, 35, 37 Jones, Barbara 33 Langston, Lisa 37 May, Diane 37 Jones, Cherri 22 LaPreze, Melody 46 Mayes, Hillary 26, 38 Jones, Jeff 17 Larson, Deborah 22, 43 Mayanovic, Robert 31 Jones, Martin 43, 49, 51 Lashley, Stephanie 12 McAlear, John 7, 32 Robert Jones 19 Latapi, Memo 41 McCallister, Sarah 11, 26 Jones, Steve 54 Leamy, Diane 42 McClure, Ken 7, 9, 10, 12, 14, Jordan, Cathy 12 Leasure, Stan 21, 54 15, 31, 32 Joyce, Stacy 29 Lee, Linna 39 McGee, Jordan 7, 8, 9, 12, 15, Jungers, Mike 8, 11, 33, 34, 35, Lehmann, Timothy 13 17, 31 36, 37 Leibert, Don 35 61

McGinnis, Rachel 7 McGownd, Lenord 32 McIntyre, Stephen 7, 9, 12, 18, 43, 48 McManus, Tina 7, 15, 28 McMurtrey, Shannon 32 Meadows, Bill 30, 54 Medley, Yvette 14 Meinert, David 41 Meraz, Juan 19, 40, 41 Meyer, Judy 29 Miao, Xin 23, 43 Michalczyk, Maria 51 Miles, Susan 36 Miller, Andrea 49, 50 Miller, Carol 51 Miller, Katherine 38 Mitchell, Brad 12 Mitchell, D. Wayne 10 Mitra, Mahua 44 Mitra, Saibal 32, 43 Mize, Taylor 19 Moats, Kyle 7, 11 Moler, Leta 40 Moore, Laree 32 Moore, Robert 14, 36, 37 Morris, Eric 52 Morris, Matt 7, 12, 15, 31, 32, 33 Morris, Tyler 49, 50 Morrissey, Jeff 10, 21 Moser, Linda 16 Mostyn, Andrea 13, 14 Moyer, Jim 24 Muchnick, Amy 53 Muegge, David 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 38 Murphy, Mike 33 Murray, Michael A. 24

N Nelson, Eric 9, 22, 27 Nelson, Walt 54 Nenninger, Sarah 38 Nixon, Sarah 49, 54 Norander, Stephanie 22, 29 Nordyke, Kathy 36

Norris, Joye 9, 11, 18, 21 Norton, Jacob 31 Novik, Melinda 35, 44, 49, 51 Novotny, Daniela 35 Nugent, Pauline 13, 43, 49, 54

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O

R

Oetting, Tara 43 Olsen, Michelle 18, 19, 20 Olsen, Reed 35, 48 Ondetti, Gabriel 30 Onyango, Benjamin 48 Orzek, Ann 25 Osten, Melissa 36 Overmyer, Allison 10, 14

P Pak, Sun Ah 39 Parker, Steve 9, 46 Parrish, Erin 13, 31, 32, 35 Patterson, Paula 46 Patton, Marciann 29 Pavlowsky, Robert 31, 45 Payne, Todd 29 Pearman, Cathy 18 Perkins, Amanda 46 Perkukhin, Eric 49 Peters, Grant 11 Peters, Tom 10, 18, 20, 26, 32, 33 Peterson, Rachel 8, 14 Pham, Courtney 53 Phillips, Teresa 41 Piccolo, Diana 19, 43, 52 Pickering, Judy 16, 26, 38 Piercy, Kevin 10 Pires, Alessandra 30 Piston, Bill 49, 50 Pitts, Joe 15 Plymate, Lynda 34, 49 Polley, Caitlin 38 Pratt, Francine 38, 39, 40, 42 Pratt, Wes 29, 34, 41 Price, Debra 52 Price, Melissa 39 Proctor, Lisa 13, 22, 46 Pulley, Kathy 25 Putman, Mark 10

Qiao, Yuhua 46 Qiu, Wenping 49, 51 Qiu, Xiaomin 47 Quebbeman, Robert 49, 50 Rader, Gary 21 Ragan, Gay 22 Ragan, Kent 9 Raines, Daniel 19, 26 Rainwater, Greg 7, 10, 18 Redd, Emmett 46 Reed, Addison 11 Reed, Jerilyn 35, 38 Reed, Tami 32 Reid, Helen 18, 31, 32, 33, 35 Reinartz, Sonda 34, 37 Rentschler, Gina 40 Rice, Stacy 21 Richards, David 44, 45 Richter, Mark 46 Ridinger, Rhonda 34, 43 Rimal, Arbindra 21 Roberts, Jared 11 Rodriqguez, Hazael 41 Rogers, Mark 17, 46 Rojas, Mary Ann 40 Rollinson, Paul 46, 54 Romano, David 17, 30, 53 Rose, Michelle 8, 12 Rosenkoetter, Jack 43 Rothschild, Philip 11 Rovey, Chuck 29 Rozell, Elizabeth 19, 25 Russell, Regina 19

S Sailors, Pamela 20, 29, 30, 38, 39, 41 Salinas, Patti 19, 21 Sampson, Doug 12 Saunders, Gigi 46 Schanda, Jordan 15 Schaefer, Alan 28 Schaefer, Cara 15 Schehrer, Devin 37 Schilla, Travis 41 62

Schiller, Megan 20 Schneider, David 46 Schneider, Scott 31 Schober, Rachel 19 Schoneboom, Charles 14 Schuldt, Amy 12, 35 Schull, Cindy 32 Schweiger, Paul 8 Scott, Charles 46 Scott, James 26 Scroggins, Wesley 50 Seal, Steve 37 Self, Sharmistha 23, 29, 43, 44, 47, 48 Sexton, Randy 44, 49 Shade, Eric 43, 48, 53 Shadrick, Megan 13, 40 Shain, Ralph 26, 28, 46 Shaw, Suzanne 7, 11 Shoptaugh, Carol 11, 13, 24, 36, 41, 51 Shouchuan, Hu 25 Silvey, Jessica 20 Simpson, Don 9, 17, 18, 28, 35 Sims-Giddens, Susan 38 Siscoe, Denita 7, 9, 11, 12, 32, 35, 37 Skeeters, Priscilla 34 Slattery, Dianne 23, 27, 46 Smart, Clif 7, 9 Smith, Jim 42 Smith, Joshua 16, 44 Smith, Lloyd 46, 54 Smith, Michelle 9, 38 Sobel, Elizabeth 30, 44 Sottile, James 19, 20 Spencer, Will 32, 35 Staeger-Wilson, Katheryne 13, 40, 41 Stafford, Gary 14, 37 Stafford, Michael 10 Stanojevic, Vera 29, 43, 50 Starr, Cathy 46 Stephens, Linda 8, 14 Stewart, Brenda 14, 41 Stewart, Gary 31, 33, 34, 37

Stewart, Misty 51 Still, Kelley 40 Stokes, Amy 11, 45 Stone, Lorene 8, 11 Storay-Allen, Marquishon 39 Stout, Michael 25, 40 Stovall, Chris 41 Strong, Elizabeth 53 Strong, John 46 Sudbrock, Christy 19 Sun, Xingping 38 Sutliff, Kris 34 Sutton, Vicki 52 Swearingen, Rebecca 17, 47

T Tate, Maurice 29 Test, Joan 43, 49, 50 Thanomising, Chulapol 21 Thomas, Diann 16, 29 Thomas, Steven 48 Thomas-Tate, Shurita 48 Thomlinson, Paul 25 Thompson, Chris 43 Tiburcio, Sharlett 41 Timson, Benjamin 47 Tomasi, Thomas 8, 13, 16, 17, 18, 23, 28, 49, 50 Trewatha-Bach, Stacey 8 Turner, Pam 14, 35

U Usery, Alex 34 Utley, Rose 21

V Valenciano, David 41 Vanderhoof, Glenna 52 Vaughan, David 8, 12, 13, 15, 31 Vaught, Linda 25 Vera, Jordana 41 Vess, Lora 29 Vienhage, Tony 33, 37

W Wagner, Max 12, 15 Wait, Alexander 29 Walker, Beth 19, 30 Wall, Christian 37

Wall, John 12 Wanekaya, Adam 13 Wang, Angel 44, 52 Wang, Jianjie 27 Wardell, Annette 27 Washington, Johnny 29, 39 Weaver, Margaret 32, 43, 51 Weaver, Marissa 37 Webb, Gary 10, 27 Webb, Sue 19 Weber, Andrea 14, 34, 37 Weinberg, Darren 36 Weinhaus, Daniel 10 Weir, Cathie 43 Welch, Jacob 41 Wendell-Stevenson, Courtney 12 Whipple, Tanya 29 Whisenhunt, Brooke 27, 50 White, Jayne 42 Wiggin, Sarah 51 Willde, Karen 14 Williams, Dixie 36 Williams, Kirby 43 Williams, Richard 23 Williams, Sarah 46, 48 Williamson, Elizabeth 49, 50 Willis, Steve 42, 52 Wills, Mike 31, 33 Willson, Doug 32 Wilson, Ryan 14 Wilson, TaJuan 41 Winters, Lori 12 Witte, Douglas 17, 46 Wolf, Candace 12 Wood, Gina 52 Wood, Mary Ann 8 Wood, Mike 24 Woodard, Rebecca 16, 40, 51 Worman, Scott 49, 50 Wright, Andrew 8, 28, 34, 37, 38 Wright, Jeremy 36 Wrinkle, Cheryl 52

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Y Yadon, Carly 48 Yarberry, Vonda 50 Yates, Kyle 11, 26 Young, Darren 39

Z Zhang, Peng 14 Zhang, Y. Jenny 43 Zimmerman, Scott 10

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