Steering Committee and Working Group Membership

Self-Study Steering Committee

  • Barbara A. Lee, Distinguished Professor of Human Resource Management, School of Management and Labor Relations and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs (Co-Chair)
  • Ann B. Gould, Associate Extension Specialist, Plant Biology and Pathology, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and former Chair, University Senate (Co-Chair)
  • Beatrice J. Adams, Ph.D. Student, Graduate School–New Brunswick, African-American History
  • Joseph A. Barone, Professor II and Dean, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy
  • Barbara E. Bender, Associate Dean, Graduate School–New Brunswick  
  • Frances V. Bouchoux, Vice President and Deputy Chief Risk Manager
  • Jeffrey Carson, Professor of Medicine/ Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Provost, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, New Brunswick
  • Mary Beth Daisey, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Rutgers University–Camden
  • Richard De Lisi, University Professor
  • Adrienne E. Eaton, Professor, Labor Studies and Employment and Associate Dean, School of Management and Labor Relations
  • Sherine Gabriel, Professor and Dean, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Gary A. Gigliotti, Professor of Economics, School of Arts and Sciences and Associate Vice  President for Academic Affairs, Teaching and Assessment Research
  • J. Michael Gower, Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration and University Treasurer
  • Robert J. Heffernan, Vice President for Institutional Research and Academic Planning
  • Roberta K. Leslie, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • James P. Masschaele, Professor, Medieval History and Executive Vice Dean, School of Arts and Sciences
  • Felicia E. McGinty, Vice Chancellor for Students Affairs, New Brunswick
  • Richard Novak, Vice President of Continuing Studies
  • Angela M. O’Donnell, Professor of Educational Psychology, Graduate School of Education
  • Michael A. Palis, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Provost, Rutgers University–Camden
  • Denise V. Rodgers, Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and Vice Chancellor, Interprofessional Education, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
  • Brent D. Ruben, Distinguished Professor of Communication, School of Communication and Information and Executive Director, Rutgers Center for Organizational Development and Leadership
  • Sandy J. Stewart, Vice Chair, Rutgers Board of Governors
  • Karen R. Stubaus, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Administration
  • Corlisse Thomas, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Rutgers University–Newark
  • Jerome Williams, Distinguished Professor and Prudential Chair in Business, Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick and Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor, Rutgers University–Newark
  • Lily Young, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Sciences, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and Provost, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
  • Rutgers undergraduate student representative (to be named)

Working Group for Standard I – Mission and Goals

  • Jerome Williams, Distinguished Professor and Prudential Chair in Business, Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick and Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor, Rutgers University–Newark (Co-Chair)
  • Lily Young, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Sciences, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and Provost, Rutgers University–New Brunswick (Co-Chair)
  • Frank B. Hundley, Trustee Governor, Board of Governors
  • Laura Lawson, Professor of Landscape Architecture, SEBS
  • Michael Meagher, Director, Executive Communication
  • Peter McDonough Jr., Senior Vice President, External Affairs
  • Ashwani Monga, Professor and Chair, Department of Marketing, Rutgers Business School, Newark
  • Richard W. Roper, Public Governor, Board of Governors
  • Michael Sepanic, Associate Chancellor for External Relations, Rutgers University–Camden
  • Patricia D. Suplee, Associate Professor, School of Nursing–Camden
  • Arya Tewatia, Graduate Student, Materials Science and Engineering, School of Engineering

Working Group for Standard II – Ethics and Integrity

  • Frances V. Bouchoux, Vice President and Deputy Chief Risk Manager (Co-Chair)
  • Adrienne E. Eaton, Professor, Labor Studies and Employment and Associate Dean, School of Management and Labor Relations (Co-Chair)
  • Harry M. Agnostak, Associate Vice President, Labor Relations
  • Lisa Bonick, Director, Office of Academic Labor Relations
  • Ronald K. Chen, Co-Dean and Distinguished Professor, Rutgers Law School 
  • Lisa S. Grosskreutz, Director, Employment Equity
  • Kimberly M. Manning, Vice President, University Communications and Marketing
  • Patrick McKay, Professor, School of Management and Labor Relations
  • Elizabeth Minott, Associate General Counsel
  • Jean McDonald-Rash, Executive University Director, Financial Aid
  • Delia C. Pitts, Associate Vice President, Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
  • One or more student representatives

Working Group for Standard III – Design/Delivery of the Student Learning Experience

  • Richard Novak, Vice President of Continuing Studies (Co-Chair)
  • James P. Masschaele, Professor, Medieval History and Executive Vice Dean, School of Arts and Sciences (Co-Chair)
  • Susan L. Albin, Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering, School of Engineering
  • Antonius Bittman, Associate Vice President, Online Programs
  • Clark Chinn, Professor of Educational Psychology, Graduate School of Education
  • John Gunkel, Vice Chancellor for Academic Programs and Services, Rutgers University–Newark
  • Daniel Hart, Distinguished Professor of Childhood Studies and Psychology, Faculty Director of Institute of Effective Education, Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden
  • Ah-Ng (Tony) Kong, Distinguished Professor, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Chair, Committee on Academic Planning and Review
  • Krisellen Maloney, Vice President for Information Services and University Librarian
  • Matt K. Matsuda, Professor of History, School of Arts and Sciences, Dean, College Avenue Campus and Academic Dean, New Brunswick Honors College
  • Carolyn Moehling, Professor of Economics and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, School of Arts and Sciences 
  • Kathleen W. Scotto, Professor of Pharmacology, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Vice President for Research and Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
  • Ben Sifuentes-Jauregui, Professor of American Studies and Comparative Literature, School of Arts and Sciences and Vice Chancellor, Undergraduate Academic Affairs
  • One or more student representatives

Working Group for Standard IV – Support of the Student Experience

  • Mary Beth Daisey, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Rutgers University–Camden (Co-Chair)
  • Felicia E. McGinty, Vice Chancellor for Students Affairs, Rutgers University–New Brunswick (Co-Chair)
  • Corlisse Thomas, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Rutgers University–Newark (Co-Chair)
  • Julie Amon, Vice Chancellor, Undergraduate Education and Student Success, Rutgers University–Camden (through August, 2016)
  • Kelley Brennan-Sokolowski, Undergraduate Registrar, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
  • Andrew Brereton, Executive Director, Academic Programs and Services, Rutgers University–Newark
  • Susan Hamilton, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
  • Deborah Harrison-Epting, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, Undergraduate Admissions
  • Kathleen P. Hickey, Senior Associate Athletics Director, Division of Intercollegiate Athletics
  • Elizabeth O’Connell-Ganges, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Engagement, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
  • Ann M. Treadaway, Director, Office of Veteran and Military Program and Services
  • William Welsh, Executive Director, Office of Disability Services
  • Craig Westman, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, Rutgers University–Camden
  • James Whitney, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Undergraduate Academic Affairs, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
  • One or more student representatives from each campus

Working Group for Standard V – Educational Effectiveness and Assessment

  • Gary A. Gigliotti, Professor of Economics, School of Arts and Sciences and Associate Vice President Academic Affairs, Teaching and Assessment Research (Co-Chair)
  • Angela M. O’Donnell, Professor of Educational Psychology, Graduate School of Education (Co-Chair)
  • Barbara E. Bender, Associate Dean, Graduate School-New Brunswick
  • William FitzGerald, Associate Professor, English, Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden
  • Carol Goldin, Associate Dean for Assessment, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy
  • Susan E. Lawrence, Professor of Political Science, Dean for Educational Initiatives and Core Curriculum, School of Arts and Sciences
  • Thomas Leustek, Professor, Department of Plant Biology and Pathology and Associate Dean of Academic Administration, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
  • Carol Terregino, Associate Professor of Medicine, Senior Associate Dean for Education, and Associate Dean for Admissions at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
  • Gretchen Van De Walle, Associate Professor of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Newark
  • One or more student representatives

Working Group for Standard VI – Planning, Resources and Institutional Improvement

  • Joseph A Barone, Professor II and Dean, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy (Co-Chair)
  • Michael A. Palis, Professor, Department of Computer Science and Provost, Rutgers University–Camden (Co-Chair)
  • Richard M. Aks, Vice President for Finance and Associate Treasurer
  • Arcelio Aponte, Vice Chancellor for Administration and Chief Financial Officer, Rutgers University–Newark
  • Kathleen Bramwell, Senior Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
  • Kyle W. Farmbry, Associate Professor, School of Public Affairs and Administration and Acting Dean, Graduate School–Newark
  • Larry R. Gaines Jr., Senior Vice Chancellor Administration and Finance, Rutgers University–Camden
  • Carol Goldin, Associate Dean for Assessment, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy
  • Sally Kim, Student, Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy professional program
  • Richard D. Ludescher, Professor, Department of Food Science and Dean of Academic Programs, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
  • Cynthia Meekins, Senior Department Administrator, Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness
  • Michele Norin, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
  • Mary Lou Ortiz, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
  • Brent D. Ruben, Distinguished Professor, Communication and Executive Director, Rutgers Center for Organizational Development and Leadership, School of Communication and Information
  • Jennifer Stuart, Assistant Director of University Planning and Development

Working Group for Standard VII – Governance, Leadership and Administration

  • Denise V. Rodgers, Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health and Vice Chancellor, Interprofessional Education, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (Co-Chair)
  • Karen R. Stubaus, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Administration (Co-Chair)
  • Richard De Lisi, University Professor (Co-Chair)
  • Steven K. Andreassen, Chief of Staff, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
  • Mark A. Angelson, Public Governor, Board of Governors
  • Marcia Brown, Vice Chancellor for External Affairs, Rutgers University–Newark
  • Nancy DiTomaso, Distinguished Professor, Management & Global Business, Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick
  • Ingrid Fulmer, Associate Professor, School of Management and Labor Relations
  • Jerome Kukor, Professor, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and Dean, Graduate School–New Brunswick
  • Howard J. Marchitello, Professor of English and Associate Dean of Graduate School, Faculty of Arts and Sciences–Camden
  • Kimberlee M. Pastva, Secretary of the University
  • Samuel Rabinowitz, Professor of Management, Rutgers School of Business–Camden
  • Heather C. Taylor, Charter Trustee and Vice Chair, Rutgers Board of Trustees
  • One or more student representatives