Committee on Undergraduate Studies & Advising Members

2014-2015

(Three year term)

Faculty Members

Department

Division

Term Ending

Subcommittee Assignment

Email

Ruth Ann Atchley (Chair)

Psychology

SBS

2017

 

ratchley@ku.edu

Michael Baskett

Theatre

SOTA

2016

Policy/Awards

eiga@ku.edu

Marge Bayer

Mathematics

NSM

2015

Policy/Awards bayer@ku.edu
Antha Cotton-Spreckelmeyer

Humanities & Western Civilization

HUM

2017

Curricular Changes

arcs@ku.edu

Veronica Ines Garibotto

Spanish & Portugese HUM

2015

Curricular Changes garibotto@ku.edu

 

Jerel Hilding

 

Dance SOTA

2015

Curricular Changes jhilding@ku.edu

Van Kelly

French & Italian

HUM

2015

Policy/Awards

vkelly@ku.edu

Ed Morris Applied Behavioral Science SBS 2017

Curricular Changes

ekm@ku.edu

Paul Stock

Sociology SBS

2016

Curricular Changes paul.stock@ku.edu

Robert Timm

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology NSM 2015 Policy/Awards

btimm@ku.edu

David Weis

Chemistry NSM 2017

Curricular Changes

dweis@ku.edu

Michael Zogry

Indigenous Studies HUM

2016

Policy/Awards

mzogry@ku.edu

Nicole Hodges Persley

Theatre

SOTA

2016

Advising/Awards

hodgespersley@ku.edu

Paul Stock

Sociology

SBS

2016

Curricular Changes

P988s590@ku.edu

Michael Zogry

Religious Studies

HUM

2016

Advising/Awards

mzogry@ku.edu

 

Administrative Liaisons

Title

Phone

Email

Robert Goldstein

Associate Dean – Dean’s Office Representative

(785) 864-3661

gold@ku.edu

TBD

Director Student Academic Services – SAS Representative

(785) 864-3500

TBD

Karen Ledom

Administrative Director – Curricular Changes/Degree Requirements Subcommittee Liaison

(785) 864-3513

kjh@ku.edu

Bridget Bradley

Assistant Director – Academic Policy and Awards Liaison

(785) 864-2823

bbradley@ku.edu

Katie Rockey

Advising Specialist - English, History and Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies – Academic Policy and Awards Liaison

(785) 864-3500

krock@ku.edu

Randall Brumfield

Director Undergraduate Advising Center – UAC Representative

(785) 864-2883

randallb@ku.edu

 

 

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