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Membership

The Academic Affairs Committee has fourteen voting members (Faculty Handbook 6.2.1):

  • Six faculty members, each elected for staggered three-year terms by their respective faculties, one each from:
    • Conservatory of Music 
      email Jim Haffner - Term expires 2015
    • Eberhardt School of Business
      email Albert Huang - Term expires 2016
    • School of Engineering and Computer Science 
      email Ash Brown- Term expires 2017
    • School of International Studies
      email  Sarah Mathis - Term expires 2016
    • Gladys Benerd School of Education 
      email Linda Webster- Term expires 2017
    • TJL School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
       Jim Uchizono - Term expires 2015
  • Three faculty members from:
    • College of the Pacific (representing the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities).
  • The Chair of the Graduate Studies Committee email Miki Park
  • The Provost or designee email Cyd Jenefsky
  • Three students: the ASuop Director of Academic Affairs plus two students appointed by ASuop. One of these three should be a graduate student, one should be enrolled in a professional school, and the third should represent a major in the liberal arts.
    • The ASuop Director of Academic Affairs, TBD
    • Two students appointed by ASUOP
      • Professional School Representative, TBD
      • Graduate Student, TBD

There are also fourteen ex-officio, non-voting members:

  • The Chair of the Academic Affairs Committee of the Regents, Connie Callahan
  • The Director of Admissions, Rich Toledo
  • The University Registrar, Ann Gillen
  • The Dean of the Library, Lynn Beck
  • The Chair of the Academic Regulations Committee, Ann Gillen
  • The Vice President for Student Life, Patrick Day
  • Student Life Representative, Elisa Anders
  • All academic deans
    • Lynn Beck, Dean, Gladys Benerd School of Education
    • Giulio Ongaro, Dean, Conservatory of Music
    • Bill Herrin, Director, School of International Studies
    • Steven Howell, Dean, School of Engineering and Computer Science
    • Bhaskar Jasti, Associate Provost/Dean, Research, Collaborative Programs and Graduate Studies
    • Rena Fraden, Dean, College of the Pacific
    • Gesine Gerhard, Associate Dean and Director of General Education, College of the Pacific
    • Phillip Oppenheimer, Dean, Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
    • Lewis Gale, Dean, Eberhardt School of Business
    • Barbara Shaw, Assistant Provost/Dean, Center For Professional and Continuing Education

The Chair is elected from among the faculty members on the committee.