The Associate Provost of Online Education receives advice from two advisory groups: The Online Education Executive Committee and the Online Education Advisory Group. While the main function of the Executive Committee consisting of senior administrators is to establish visions and policies, the OLEAG consisting of faculty, staff and students provides insights on implementation. The two groups work in tandem to achieve the university’s mission in online education.
The Online Education Executive Committee
The Online Education Executive Committee was formed to establish visions and initialize policies and guidelines for online education at the University. Members of the committee are senior administrators from different sectors.
Patricia Aceves, Assistant Provost and Director of the Faculty Center
Stefan Hyman, Assistant Provost for Enrollment Strategies, Communications and Analytics
Charles Robbins, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Dean of Undergraduate Colleges
Stella Tsirka, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
GOAL ( Group for Online and Alternate Learning)
The Group for Online and Alternate Learning (GOAL) consists of faculty, staff and students with experience and interests in online education. Its main mission is to provide feedback and advice on implementation aspects of various policies and guidelines. Members of GOAL can also initiate policy based on members’ insights in online education. The initiated policy will then be reviewed by the Executive Committee.
Steven Adelson, Undergraduate Student Representative
Brenda Anderson (Psychology), Graduate Council
Darren Chase, University Libraries
Cynthia Davidson (Writing and Rhetoric), Senate Committee on Information Technology
Kane Gillespie, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Undergraduate Council
Keri Hollander (Nursing), Educational Services Committee
Aristotle Lekacos, College of Business
Michael Mooney, Office of the Registrar
Margaret Anne Schedel (CDACT), Senate Committee on Information Technology
Natalie Stenzoski, Graduate Student Representative
Linda Unger, CELT