Membership of University Press Board

  1. The University Press Board consists of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School, chair, the director of the University Press, secretary ex officio; four faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; six faculty, one from each other college, and one faculty member from the University Libraries. The college councils, the faculty of the College of Law, and the Library Council shall forward at least two names for positions to be filled by the Faculty Senate, which will make recommendations to the president for appointment to three-year terms.

  2. The primary function of the University Press Board is to assure standards of high quality for all University Press publications. Specifically, this includes:

    1. Making decisions concerning the establishment and maintenance of quality in journals published under University Press sponsorship;

    2. Making decisions as to the acceptability of manuscripts to be published as books or monographs.

    3. Determining the appropriateness of all other publications of the University Press.

Substantive changes in policy are subject to University Council approval.


*Vice President for Research
and Dean of the Graduate School
 Rathindra Bose  James Erman    
†Director, University Press J. Alex Schwartz J. Alex Schwatz     
Business   Charles Downing  Charles Downing Charles Downing
Education Don Richgels Don Richgels Don Richgels  
Engineering & Eng. Technology James Stewart Liping Guo  Liping Guo Liping Guo
Health and Human Sciences Lin Shi  Lin Shi Lin Shi  
Law Dan Schneider Dan Schneider Dan Schneider  
Liberal Arts and Sciences Eric Mogren Eric Mogren Eric Mogren  
  David Kyvig David Kyvig    
  Maryline Lukacher Maryline Lukacher    
  Carol Thompson William Baker   William Baker William Baker
Visual and Performing Arts David Maki David Maki David Maki  
University Libraries Junlin Pan Junlin Pan Junlin Pan  
                                * Chair
                                † Ex officio