ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Responsibilities: Serving at the pleasure of the Executive Vice President and Provost, the Academic and Administrative Advisory Committee is responsible for advising Institutional Effectiveness on policies, procedures, and practices to promote continuous improvement at all Sul Ross State University campuses. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to, annual review of assessment reports, implementation of the Innovation Grants, assistance with accreditation, and promoting a university-wide culture for assessment.

Primary Responsibility Area: All Sul Ross State University Campuses

Term: NA, membership is continuous and mutually agreed upon by members and the Executive Vice President and Provost.

Membership for 2018-2019 (standing committee status achieved in October 2018):

April Aultman Becker, Dean of Library & Information Technologies, QEP Coordinator

Sandy Bogus, Instructional Designer/Main Alien Office of Information Technology

Carol Fairlie, Professor of Art

Jim Hector, Associate Professor of Physical Education and Chair

Ken Laviers, Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Thomas Matula, Associate Professor of Business Administration

Jennifer Miller, Assistant Professor of Education

Libby Newman, Director for Institutional Effectiveness

Michael Ortiz, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Faculty Senate President

Laura Payne, Professor of English and Chair

Jeanne Qvarnstrom, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness & Associate Professor Education

Delia Ramirez, RGC Business Services Director

Sally Roche, Professor of English, Faculty Liaison for Institutional Effectiveness

Tanya Romero, Banner Finance Coordinator

Jan Rueb, Director of Career Services & Testing

Kathy Stein, Director of ACE and Associate Professor of English Academic Center for Excellence, Faculty Assembly President

Barbara Tucker, Associate Professor Education and Chair

Bonnie Warnock, Dean of Agriculture & Natural Resource Sciences and Professor of Range Management

Wesley Wynne, Professor of Psychology