Funding for Results Team
|Charge:||To oversee the Funding for Results (FFR) program established by the University in 1996. Team members are responsible for reviewing all FFR proposals submitted by faculty and professional/administrative staff, recommending funds to those receiving the highest rankings, reviewing the interim and final reports of funded projects, overseeing the funding and reports from the Student Professional Development program and for the ongoing review and development of the FFR program as it evolves.|
The team shall consist of a minimum of 24 members with preference given to members with a working knowledge of the University Planning and Budget Review Committees. There will be at least one graduate student (one-year appointment); two undergraduate students (one-year appointments); one dean; one department chairperson; one faculty representative from each of the colleges, Kent Library; one representative from the Professional Staff Council; and one representative from the CTS Staff Council. Regular appointments will be for a three-year term on a staggered basis. The Provost may appoint an additional five (5) at-large members. The Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Success, Associate to Provost for Data Analysis and Assessment, Dean of Graduate Studies, and the Dean of the School of University Studies will serve as non-rotating ex-officio members. Team members may serve a second term but no more than two consecutive terms. Chair to be appointed by Provost.
* Denotes second term
|Ex-Officio Members:||Christina Frazier, Associate to Provost for Data Analysis and Assessment
Dennis Holt, VP for Enrollment Management and Student Success
Bill Eddleman, Dean, School of Graduate Studies
Frank Barrios, Dean, School of University Studies
AY 2011-2013 Debra Holzhauer, Liberal Arts
AY 2011-2013 Carmen McNeely, Professional Staff Council
|At Large Members:||
AY 2013-2015 Jean Benton, At Large
|Student Representatives:||AY 2013 Chesney Limas, Undergraduate Student
AY 2013 Brett Kazandjian, Undergraduate Student
AY 2013 TBD, Graduate Student
NOTE: College of Science, Technology, & Agriculture (ST&A) - Faculty Representatives: (Action to be taken as a result of the merged School of Polytechnic Studies and College of Science & Mathematics) Faculty reps for the ST&A will complete their current terms on committees; however, when a term expires, appropriate action should be taken whether their position should be filled or deleted - based on the faculty representative description in the membership charge of each committee.