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University Computer and Electronic Communications Committee

Co-Chairs: MJ Canavan
                 Steven Brewer   

Membership List

Annual Reports:
2007-2008
2003-2004

Special Report on the Security of Computing and Technical Equipment in Academic Spaces

The University Computer and Electronic Communications Committe will meet on the following dates during the Spring 2013 semester:

January 22
February 19
March 26
April 16

All meetings will take place at 12 noon in the Campus Center, Room 905-09.


The University Computer and Electronic Communications Committee shall recommend policies
designed to meet the educational and administrative computer and electronic communications
needs of the campus.

Its membership shall be:
(a) Fifteen Faculty Members, including one from each School/College headed by a Dean and one from
     the Professional Library Staff;
(b) The Chairperson of the Research Council or a designee, serving ex officio;
(c) The Associate Chancellor for Information Technologies, serving ex officio;
(d) The Director of Libraries, serving ex officio;
(e) The Director of Telecommunications, serving ex officio;
(f) The Coordinator of the Learning Commons or a designee, serving ex officio;
(g) The Provost or a designee, serving ex officio;
(h)The Information Technology Director from each School and College
(i)The Secretary of the Faculty Senate or a designee, serving ex officio, non-voting;
(j) One Graduate Student; and
(k) One Undergraduate Student.

From Chapter 6 Section 4 of the Faculty Senate Bylaws

 

 

 

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