|Curtis Knipe||Faculty Council||2023|
|Stephanie Aubry||Faculty Council||2023|
|Jim Fredal||Faculty Council||2023|
|Kevin Evans||Faculty Council||2024|
|Neelam Soundarajan||Faculty Council||2024|
|Ralph Greco||Faculty Council||2025|
|Jane Hammons||Faculty Council||2025|
|Sabine Jeschonnek||Faculty Council||2025|
|Lauren Gannon Evans||USAC||2023|
|Staff (appointed by CIO)||2023|
|Rob Griffiths||Chief Digital Learning Officer (or designee)|
|Grace Wang||EVP of ERIK (or designee)|
|Peter Mohler||VP for Research (or designee)|
|Cindy Leavitt||CIO (or designee)|
Rule 3335-5-48.3 Committee on Academic Technology
The committee on academic technology shall consist of eighteen members.
- Eight faculty
- Three students
- One graduate student
- One professional student
- One undergraduate student
- Four administrators (or their designees)
- The chief information officer
- The vice president for research, innovation and knowledge
- The chief digital learning officer
- Three staff members. Two staff members shall be appointed by the university staff advisory committee, and one by the chief information officer.
- Advise the chief information officer in the planning and implementation of academic technology programs and policies, including those pretaining to education, research and service activities.
- Assist the university administration in the identification, review, and implementation of academic technology infrastructure.
- Advocate for academic technology infrastratucture that is inclusive, affordable, accessible, and user-friendly for faculty, students, and staff.
- Advise the appropriate administrative office on the appointment of the chief information officer and the chief digital learning officer.
- The chair shall be elected from among the voting members of the committee.
- As a standing member of the senate, this committee is governed by the provisions of rules 3335-5-46 of the Administrative Code.