Membership of Computing Facilities Advisory Committee
The Computing Facilities Advisory Committee is advisory to the Associate
Vice President for Information Technology Services. The committee shall
consist of the university
vice presidents, associate vice president for Information Technology Services, senior vice president for Finance and Facilities, vice president for Development and University
Relations, the executive vice president and provost, and the associate provost for Student Affairs, or their representatives;
A representative from the Council of Deans, selected by the Council of Deans, for a three-year term;
Eight faculty, one from each degree-granting college and the University
Libraries. Nominations shall be made by the college councils and the faculty
University Libraries and members shall be selected by the associate vice president for Information Technology Services. Terms for faculty members shall be three-year staggered;
One member of the Supportive Professional Staff, selected by Supportive
Professional Staff Council; one member of the Operating Staff selected
by the Operating
Staff Council to serve three-year terms;
One representative of the students selected by the Student Association to serve one-year term.
A chair shall be elected by and from the members of the Computing Facilities Advisory Committee.
The associate vice president for Information Technology Services shall serve as a nonvoting, ex officio member of the committee.
B. The functions of the Computing Facilities Advisory Committee shall be:
1. To act as an advisory body to the associate
vice president for Information Technology Services in matters of computing
and networking policy to assure that the interests
of the university community are adequately served.
2. To advise the associate vice president in matters
of computing and networking planning and priorities for the level and scope
of general support and services
provided to the university community.
3. To review and make recommendations about major changes, deletions, and new technologies that have a broad effect on campus information technology practices.
4. To develop and implement procedures to improve communication
of current policies and notification of proposed changes in information
technologies to faculty most likely
to be affected by such policies and changes in technologies.
C. Substantive changes in policy are subject to approval of the University Council.
|+ Associate Vice President for Information Technology Services||Wally Czerniak||Wally Czerniak|
|Executive Vice President and Provost or designee||*Murali Krishnamurthi||*Murali Krishnamurthi|
|Senior Vice President for Finance & Facilities or designee||Steve Pace||Steve Pace|
President for Development &
University Relations or designee
|Tim Webster||Tim Webster|
|Associate Provost for Student Services or designee||Gary Gresholdt||Gary Gresholdt|
|Council of Deans Representative||David Graf||David Graf||David Graf|
|Business||Richard Born||Richard Born||Richard Born|
|Education||James Lockard||James Lockard||James Lockard|
|Engineering and Engineering Technology||Radha Balamuralikrishna||Radha Balamuralikrishna|
|Health and Human Sciences||Trudy DeWaters||Trudy DeWaters||Trudy DeWaters|
|Law||David Gaebler||David Gaebler||David Gaebler||David Gaebler|
|Liberal Arts and Sciences||Joseph Scudder||Joseph Scudder|
|Visual and Performing Arts||Frank Kulesa||Frank Kulesa||Frank Kulesa||Frank Kulesa|
|University Libraries||T. J. Lusher||T. J. Lusher||T. J. Lusher|
|Supportive Professional Staff||Richard Becker||Richard Becker|
|Operating Staff||Michele Crase||John Tobias|
|Student (1)||Anil Kondaveeti|