Academic Programs Committee

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS COMMITTEE

The APC is an advisory body to the Provost.  The charge to the APC is a broad one in terms of advising the Provost on university-wide academic issues as well as providing advice on the creation, termination, or contraction of academic units.  The Committee meets jointly once a month.  Members serve on one of two subcommittees which meet every three weeks.  The membership of the APC is comprised of senior faculty members from schools with undergraduate bodies and the professional schools, including one from the Executive Committee of the Academic Council.  Ex officio members include the Provost, the Dean of the Graduate School, the Chair of the Academic Council, and the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, among others.  Term:  three years.

Term Ending August 31, 2016

Emily Bernhardt, Biology

Guy-Uriel Charles, School of Law

Emily Klein, Nicholas School of the Environment

Colleen McClean, Graduate and Professional Student Council representative

Alexander Pfaff, Sanford School of Public Policy

Joshua Sosin, Classical Studies

John Willis, Biology (Chair)

Alan Zambeli-Ijepovic, Graduate and Professional Student Council representative

Term Ending August 31, 2017

Pankaj Agarwal, Computer Science

Thavolia Glymph, African and African American Studies (will not serve 2015-16)

Rachel Kranton, Economics

Kevin LaBar, Psychology & Neuroscience

Anita Layton, Mathematics

David McAdams, Fuqua School of Business

Karen Neander, Philosophy

Michael Relf, School of Nursing

Richard Rosa, Romance Studies

Adrienne Stiff-Roberts, Pratt School of Engineering

Term Ending August 31, 2018

Steffen Bass, Physics

Douglas Campbell, Divinity School

Patrick Charbonneau, Pratt School of Engineering

Geraldine Dawson, School of Medicine

Maurizio Forte, Classical Studies

Raymond Gavins, History

Mark Hansen, Literature

Hiroaki Matsunami, School of Medicine

Neil McWilliam, Art, Art History & Visual Studies

Joel Meyer, Nicholas School of the Environment

Mark Anthony Neal, African and African American Studies

Term Ending August 31, 2019

Elizabeth Ananat, Sanford School of Public Policy (starting September, 2016)

Ex Officio

Susan Alberts, Chair, Global Priorities Committee

Valerie Sheares Ashby, Dean, Arts & Sciences

Lee Baker, Dean of Academic Affairs and Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

Kelly Brownell, Dean, Sanford School of Public Policy

Linda Burton, Dean, Social Sciences   

Lawrence Carin, Vice Provost for Research

Nan Jokerst, Chair, Academic Council

Daniel Kiehart, Dean, Natural Sciences

John Klingensmith, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Graduate School

Sally Kornbluth, Provost

David Malone, Program in Education

Paula McClain, Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost

Michael Merson, Vice President and Vice Provost for Global Strategy and Programs

Steve Nowicki, Dean and Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

Richard Powell, Dean of the Humanities                      

Richard Riddell, Vice President and University Secretary

Keith Whitfield, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs