Leadership for the STEM project over the 2015-17 academic years will include four committees. Chairs will work together to collaborate and coordinate activities and report to the executive committee at regularly scheduled meetings. An additional working group will research and recommend resource and facility management models.
Provides general leadership to the other STEM committees and makes decisions related to the construction of the project and connection to the larger campus facility master plan.
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs (Chair)
Vice President, University Relations
Dean, School of Engineering
Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration
Assistant Vice President, University Operations
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Academic Planning Team
The Academic Planning Team (APT) is responsible for developing an educational master plan in broad consultation with STEM faculty and staff. The APT will also appoint and provide general leadership to other sub-committees to address relevant issues and questions in areas including, but not limited to, facilities, academic and institutional policies, operations and management, STEM community and network.
Assistant Professor, Bioengineering
Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Associate Professor, Biology
Senior Assistant Provost for Strategic Initiatives and Provost's Office Relations, Provost's Office (Chair)
Lecturer, Civil Engineering