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The Administrative Council is one of the standing committees of the College of Engineering and Applied Science. It serves in an advisory capacity to the dean in making decisions related to issues of administration. The members of the Administrative Council include department chairs and the Assistant and Associate Deans on the Dean’s staff.

Meeting Summaries

Administrative Council Mini-retreat
August 6-7, 2012

"Vision for Excellence in Education AND Research"

The purpose of this mini-retreat was to build leadership skills in conflict management; develop aspirational goals on how CEAS can continue to develop as an institution with a reputation and ranking that reflects excellence in both education and research; and contribute ideas and discussion to progress four of the Dean’s Blue Ribbon Committees.

  1. Agenda
  2. Conflict Management Skills Development Workshop (Nan Joesten)
  3. Visioning Workshop (Rob Davis)
  4. Vision Workshop Breakout Group Summaries (Nan Joesten)
  5. Topical Session #1 (Kurt Maute)
    1. Challenges and Pathways for Improving Research at CEAS
    2. Breakout Group Summary
  6. Topical Session #2 (Diane Sieber)
    1. New Degree Proposals
    2. Breakout Group Summary
  7. Topical Session #3 (Jeff Sczechowski)
    1. Department-Institute Relations
    2. Breakout Group Summary
  8. Topical Session #4 (Rob Davis)
    1. New Faculty Evaluation Process
    2. Breakout Group Summary






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