Research and Information Services Committee

    Research and Information Services Committee charter

     

    Current committee members

     

    Amanda Bryant-Friedrich (2021) - Chair

    Dean, Graduate School

    Wayne State University

     

    Joshua Barker (2020/2021)

    Dean, School of Graduate Studies and Vice-Provost, Graduate Research and Education

    University of Toronto

     

    Brian Carolan (2020/2021)

    Dean of Graduate Studies

    Sacred Heart University

     

    Elaine Frey (2021/2022)

    Assistant Vice President, Graduate Studies

    California State University, Fullerton

     

    Devon Jensen (2021/2022)

    Associate Dean, College of Graduate Studies

    University of Central Florida

     

    Scott Lanyon (2020/2021)

    Vice Provost & Dean of Graduate Education 

    University of Minnesota

     

    Craig Ogilvie (2021/2022)

    Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Vice President of Research

    Montana State University

     

    Amanda L. Ostreko (2021/2022)

    Assistant Vice Provost and Director of Graduate Enrollment Management

    University of Kansas

     

    Jennifer Teitle (2020/2021)

    Assistant Dean for Graduate Student & Postdoc Development, Graduate College

    University of Iowa

     

    Tammi Vacha-Haase (2021/2022)

    Dean of the Graduate College

    Boise State University

     

    Dana Williams (2021/2022)

    Interim Dean, Graduate School

    Howard University

     

    Contact:

    Suzanne T. Ortega

     

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