Governance & Campus Coordination

Collaborate/ITEI Fee Advisory Committee

Oversight for Collaborate services is provided by the Deans of the College of Letters and Science. In support of this, the Collaborate/ITEI Fee Advisory Committee meets regularly to ensure student and faculty input into the prioritization of Collaborate projects. As originally comprised, the Advisory Committee includes six students (from the three L&S divisions, Associated Students, the Graduate Student Association, and the Student Fee Advisory Committee), six faculty (two from each of the L&S divisions), and supporting ex officio members from the College and Budget Office staff.

The Advisory Committee is co-chaired by the Executive Director of L&S Information Technology and the Assistant Dean for Academic Administration.

2019-2020

  • Pierre Wiltzius
  • Executive Dean of Letters and Science

Letters and Science Faculty Representatives

Division of Mathematical, Life and
Physical Sciences

Rolf Christoffersen, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB)
Kalju Kahn, Chemistry & Biochemistry

Division of Humanities & Fine Arts

Karen Lunsford, Writing Program
Laura Marques-Pascual, Spanish & Portuguese

Division of Social Sciences

Laury Oaks, Feminist Studies
TBD

Student Representatives

Associated Students

[vacant]

Student Fee Advisory Committee

Alexis Xa

 

Graduate Student Association

Alex LeBrun, VP Academic Affairs

College of Letters and Science

Division of Humanities & Fine Arts:  Christian Cisneros
Division of Mathematical, Life and Physical Sciences:  Olivia Courrier
Division of Social Sciences:  Steven King

Staff Representatives

Academic Advising, Letters & Science

Nick Alward

LSIT Executive Director Hector Villicana (Chair)
L&S Asst Dean for Academic Administration and Policy Barbara Starks

Consultants

Director of Instructional Technology Services/GauchoSpace Director: 

Bret Brinkman

Classroom Services Manager, Letters and Science Info Technology

AJ Hinojosa

Director of Finance and Operations, Letters and Science Info Technology 

Kim Garcia