Function: The IPPC advises the President with regard to strategic planning, taking a comprehensive view of significant issues affecting the College. In so doing, it serves as the central deliberative body for all-College governance. More specifically, IPPC advises the President on all policy areas, with primary responsibility for those areas beyond the purview of faculty governance (such as budget and financial planning, benefits, environmental issues, admissions and financial aid, student affairs, and advancement).
The President chairs the IPPC; an elected member of the Faculty serves as Vice-Chair. The agenda of the committee is set by these two individuals in consultation with the President's Cabinet, the Faculty Executive Committee (FEC), and the Student Government Association (SGA).
The IPPC may appoint subcommittees to serve as resources for the committee with regard to any area of policy or planning as needed. The composition of such subcommittees is determined by IPPC in consultation with FEC and with other groups or individuals as appropriate.
Membership: The President (Chair), the Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Vice President for Finance and Administration, the Vice President for Advancement, the Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, the Dean of Student Affairs, the Dean of the Faculty, the Dean of Special Programs, the Director of Institutional Research, the Chief Technology Officer, the Chair of the Campus Environment Committee, three faculty members elected for three year terms, one of whom serves as Vice-Chair and all of whom sit on the FEC, the chair of the Committee on Educational Policies and Planning (CEPP), one representative from the administrative/professional staff, one representative from the support staff, the President of SGA, and one additional student selected by SGA.
|Philip Glotzbach, President, Chair|
|2012||Adrienne Zuerner, Foreign Languages & Literatures, faculty & FEC rep, Vice Chair|
|Susan Kress, Vice President for Academic Affairs|
|Michael West, Vice President for Finance & Administration|
|Michael Casey, Vice President for Advancement|
|Mary Lou Bates, Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid|
|Muriel Poston, Dean of the Faculty|
|Jeffrey Segrave, Dean of Special Programs|
|W. Rochelle Calhoun, Dean of Student Affairs|
|Ann Henderson, Registrar & Director of Institutional Research|
|Justin Sipher, Chief Technology Officer|
|Erica Bastress-Dukehart, History, Chair, Committee on Educational Policies & Planning (CEPP)|
|Winston Grady-Willis, Chair, Committee on Intercultural & Global Understanding (CIGU)|
|Kim Marsella, Environmental Studies, Campus Environment Committee (CEC), rep|
|2010||Sue Bender, Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work, faculty & FEC rep (LV F'09)|
|Timothy Harper, Management & Business (replacement for Bender F'09)|
|Mary Cogan, UWW, Administrative/Professional rep|
|2011||Hugh Foley, Psychology, faculty & FEC rep, Vice Chair|
|2012||Anne Petruzzelli, Purchasing, Support Staff Rep|
|2010||Raina Bretan '10, SGA President|
|2010||James Welsh '10, SGA Vice President for Financial Affairs|
Function: To adjudicate cases of academic and social violations.
Membership: The Integrity Board is composed of one or two faculty drawn from a pool of six faculty members appointed by FEC to serve overlapping two year terms, four students including the Chair (drawn from a pool appointed by SGA), one other member of the College staff (appointed by the Dean of Student Affairs or the Dean of Studies, in consultation with SGA Executive Committee), and the Dean of Studies or Associate Dean of Student Affairs, serving as Judicial Counsel (non-voting). The student Co-Chair not party to an anticipated hearing works with Judicial Counsel. (Note: Members of the Integrity Board also serve on the Board of Appeals.)
|2010||Rebecca Johnson, Psychology|
|2011||David Peterson, Art|
|2011||Aiwu Zhao, Management & Business|
|2011||Paul Arciero, Exercise Science|
|2011||Jackie Murray, Classics|
|Donald Hastings, Conduct Administrator (for social integrity), Associate Dean of Student Affairs|
|Michael Ennis-McMillan, Judicial Counsel (for academic integrity), Dean of Studies|
|Liza Nascembeni, Community & Judicial Coordinator, Residential Life|
|2010||Mariel Brazil '12, student rep, Co-Chair|
|2010||Ralph Peer '10, student rep, Co-Chair|
|2010||Katelin Millar '12, student rep|
|2010||Rob Morlino '10, student rep|
|2010||Skylar Sasson '12, student rep|
|2010||Sarah Tansey '10, student rep|
|2010||Rafael Richardson-Carillo '10, student rep|
|2010||Jonathan Zeidan '12, student rep|
|Mark Bauer, Network & Technical Services|
|Lorraine Bittel, Student Employment Coordinator|
|Megan Buchanan, Associate Director Athletics|
|Jen Burden, Counseling Center|
|Alex Chaucer, GIS Instructional Technologies|
|Dave DeConno, Associate Registrar|
|Beth DuPont, Director IT-Academic Technologies|
|Kathy Guay, Project Coordinator Specialist, IT|
|David Karp, Interim Associate Dean of Student Affairs|
|Mariel Martin, Director Student Diversity Programs|
|Ann Marie Przywara, Associate Director Residential Life|
Function: To serve as the Appeal Board for cases heard by the Integrity Board.
The Dean of the Faculty and the Integrity Board Chair, not party to the initial hearing, review Integrity Board recommendations of suspension or dismissal in academic integrity cases. The Dean of Student Affairs and the Integrity Board Chair, not party to the initial hearing, review Integrity Board recommendations of suspension or dismissal in social integrity cases. Appeals will be considered only when there is new information directly related to the case, evidence regarding the fairness of the board's procedures, or a sanction that appears disproportionate to the violation.
Membership: For academic integrity cases, two faculty members appointed by FEC on a case-by-case basis, drawn from the pool of faculty who serve on the Integrity Board but who have not heard the case in question, the Dean of the Faculty as Chair, and two students serving on the Integrity Board who were not party to the initial hearing. For social integrity cases, one faculty member appointed by FEC, drawn from the pool of faculty serving on the Integrity Board but who have not heard the case in question, the Dean of Student Affairs as Chair, and two students serving on the Integrity Board who were not party to the initial hearing.
|Academic||Muriel Poston, Dean of Faculty, Chair|
|(2) TBD - Faculty representatives selected from Integrity Board on case-by-case basis|
|(2) TBD - Student representatives selected from Integrity Board on case-by-case basis|
|Social||Rochelle Calhoun, Dean of Student Affairs, Chair|
|2010||(2) TBD - Student representatives from Integrity Board on case-by-case basis|
|Faculty representative selected from Integrity Board|
Function: To coordinate and conduct Honor Code workshops for first-year students and transfers; and in its capacity as a commission, to help educate all students as to what constitutes an honor violation, to support efforts to implement the Honor Code through the Honor Code Statement, and to recommend changes in the Honor Code System.
Membership: The Student Honor Code Educator as Chair, the SGA Vice President for Academic Affairs, one student representative at-large, one faculty representative at-large, and one representative from each of the judicial boards (Integrity Board, and Board of Appeals). The faculty member will be appointed to a three-year term.
|2010||K. Maeve Powlick, Economics, faculty rep|
|2010||TBD - Student Honor Code Commissioner, Chair|
|2010||TBD - student rep|
|2010||TBD - V.P. for Academic Affairs, SGA|
Rep from Integrity Board (to be appointed F'09)
|Rep from Board of Appeals (to be appointed F'09)|
Function: To recommend to the College policies and plans regarding information resources, including their ongoing assessment and renewal, and thereby to serve as the College's chief policy-recommending and planning body for information resources; to provide a forum in which the senior administration of the College, the Directors of the various information resource centers, and the users of information resources may engage in substantive deliberations to ensure that the College reaps fully the benefits of modern integrated information resources and external networks; to review and revise the College's long-range plan for information resources on a regular basis. The IRC may appoint task forces to address particular aspects of its mission as it deems appropriate. In instances where faculty will be appointed to such task forces, the IRC will inform the FEC of the appointments. In the case of educational policy and planning issues, including issues concerning the library, the IRC will coordinate its consideration of such issues with that of CEPP and will submit proposals for CEPP's approval. Ordinarily, meetings of the IRC will be open and advertised in advance.
Membership: Three faculty members, appointed by the FEC in consultation with the Vice President for Academic Affairs, to serve three-year terms; two students selected by SGA; the Vice President for Academic Affairs, who will serve as Chair; the Vice President for Finance and Administration & Treasurer; the College Librarian; the Chief Technology Officer (IT); the Director of Institutional Research; and a representative from the Office of Special Programs.
|2010||Jennifer Bonner, Biology|
|2011||Joerg Bibow, Economics (1-yr LV 09-10)|
|Laura Finnerty Paul, Management & Business (1-yr replacement for Bibow 09-10)|
|2012||Deb Hall, Art|
|Susan Kress, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Chair|
Michael West, Vice President for Finance & Administration
|Beth DuPont, Director Academic Computing|
|Justin David Sipher, Chief Technology Officer, Information Technology|
|Ann Henderson, Registrar & Director, Institutional Research|
|Ruth Copans, College Librarian|
|2010||Michelle Paquette, Coordinator, Admissions & Graphic Designer, MALS, Special Program rep|
|2010||Andrew Lichtenberg, SGA rep|
|2010||TBD - SGA Senator to be appointed F'09|
Function: To investigate and to remain informed as to current governmental regulations affecting all research involving human subjects, to assess the implications of such regulations for the conduct of research with human subjects at Skidmore, to serve as a resource by providing information and guidelines for such research to the College community; to review federally funded research projects on human subjects and to provide to the United States Department of Health and Human Services continuing assurance that, in accord with its regulations, the rights of human subjects are being protected; to provide means by which proposals from outside individuals and agencies seeking to utilize records or members of the Skidmore community as the subjects of research can be reviewed.
Membership: Four faculty members assembled by the Dean of the Faculty in accordance with State regulations; and one person from outside the College.
|2010||Crystal Moore, Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work, Chair (F'09 & S'10)
|2010||Pat Fehling, Exercise Science|
|2011||Rebecca Johnson, Psychology|
|2012||Sonia Silva, Sociology, Anthropology & Social Work|
|2012||Aiwu Zhao, Management & Business|
|2012||Leanne Casale-Terrell, Institutional Research|
|2010||Katrina Smith, rep, Counseling Center|
|2010||Kurt Freeman, Professional Development, Stratton V.A. Medical Center, External Member|
To monitor the use of laboratory animals in teaching and research.
Membership: No fewer than five members appointed by the Dean of the Faculty; a veterinarian, a scientist experienced in laboratory animal research, and an individual who has no other affiliation with the institution besides membership on the committee.
|Hassan Lopez, Psychology|
|Bernard Possidente, Biology|
|T. H. Reynolds, Health and Exercise Sciences, Chair|
|Mary Stange, Philosophy & Religion|
|Loretta Greenholtz, Environmental Health & Safety Officer for Academic Affairs|
|Matt Lavin - unaffiliated rep|
|Elmer Robinson, D.V.M.|
Function: To publish and maintain the Safety in the Workplace Program, a program that complies both with applicable external laws and regulations and with Skidmore’s specific needs, to review regularly existing safety policies and consider new policies designed to minimize unsafe acts, eliminate or control hazards, and stimulate efforts to create and maintain interest in safety.
Membership: Two faculty members, one student member, one support staff member, one member of Local 200D, all appointed by the President and serving staggered three-year terms; the College physician, the Manager of Employment and Training, the Dean of the Faculty or her/his designee, and the Business Manager (Chair).
|Paul Davis, Art, Dean of Faculty designee|
|2010||Sylvia Franke McDevitt, Biology, faculty rep (LV S'10)|
|TBD-(replacement for McDevitt S'10)|
|2012||Christine Kopec, Management & Business, faculty rep|
|2010||TBD - student|
|2011||Terri Mariani, Human Resources, support staff rep|
|Christine Kaczmarek, Director of Business Services, Chair (member & chair by title)|
|Loretta Greenholtz, Environmental Health & Safety Officer for Academic Affairs|
|Pam Houle, RN, Health Services (member by title)|
|Carol Schnitzer, Purchasing Services, (Chemical Inventory Project)|
|Alena Llorens-Myers, Human Resources rep|
|Daniel Rodecker, Facilities Services|
|Don McCoy, Facilities Services, Hazardous Disposal Coordinator|
|Dennis Conway, Department of Campus Safety|
|Marlene Williams, Post Office, Union Rep, Local 200D|
|Bonnie Rolon, Dining Services rep|
|Kim Bombard, Recording Secretary|