The College of Education and Human Sciences Blueprint

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GET TO KNOW OUR DEPARTMENTS & SCHOOLS SCHOOLS School of Teaching, Learning & Educational Sciences (STLES)

School of Educational Foundations, Leadership & Aviation (SEFLA)

School of Community Health Sciences, Counseling & Counseling Psychology (HCCP)

School of Kinesiology, Applied Health & Recreation (KAHR)

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Curriculum Studies Elementary Education Gifted & Talented Education Language, Literacy & Culture Reading & Literacy Education School Psychology Science & Mathematics Education Secondary Education Special Education

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Aviation & Space Educational Leadership Educational Psychology Educational Technology Higher Education & Student Affairs Research, Evaluation, Measurement & Statistics Social Foundations Workforce & Adult Education

Counseling Psychology Health Promotion Mental Health Counseling Public Health School Counseling Nursing (RN to BSN)

Applied Exercise Science Health & Human Performance Recreation Management Recreational Therapy Leisure Studies

DEPARTMENTS Department of Design, Housing & Merchandising (DHM)

Department of Human Development & Family Science (HDFS)

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Fashion Design & Production Fashion Merchandising Interior Design Retail Merchandising Leadership

Applied Human Services Child & Family Services Developmental & Family Science Early Child Care & Development Early Childhood Education Family & Community Services Family & Consumer Sciences Education Aging Studies Marriage & Family Therapy

Department of Nutritional Sciences (NSCI) • • • • • • •

Allied Health Public Health Nutrition Dietetics Human Nutrition/Pre-Medical Sciences Nutrition Dietetics Research Nutritional Sciences


2021-2022 DIRECTORY Dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences Dr. Jon E. Pedersen Executive Administrative Assistant: Janell Hamilton-Pledger

106 NRD 106 NRD

Ext. 9805 Ext. 9805

109 NRD 108 NRD

Ext. 5053 Ext. 9531

Fax: 405-744-7113

Dr. Gina Peek Administrative Associate: Kim Nolting

135 NRD 135 NRD

Ext. 9927 Ext. 6280

Fax: 405-744-6910 Fax: 405-744-5506

Interim Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies Dr. Mwarumba Mwavita Administrative Support Assistant: Kayley Watson

339 Willard 339 Willard

Ext. 3373 Ext. 3373

Director of Business Operations Cindy Haseley

325V Willard

Ext. 7014

Marketing and Communications Manager Christy Lang

210B NRDW

Ext. 9740

Design, Housing and Merchandising Dr. Lynn Boorady, Department Head Administrative Associate: Rachel Kelleher

449 NRD 449 NRD

Ext. 6552 Ext. 5049

Fax: 405-744-6910

Nutritional Sciences Dr. Stephen Clarke, Department Head Administrative Associate: Leslie Hooper-Boley

301 NRD 301 NRD

Ext. 5041 Ext. 5041

Fax: 405-744-1357

Human Development and Family Science Dr. Sissy Osteen, Department Head Administrative Associate: Erica Still Assistant Department Head: Jarod Noftsger

233 NRD 242 NRD 233 NRD

Ext. 5057 Ext. 5360 Ext. 9519

Fax: 405-744-6344

School of Kinesiology, Applied Health and Recreation Dr. Bert Jacobson, School Head Administrative Assistant: Sherri Longan

180A Colvin Center 180 Colvin Center

Ext. 7476 Ext. 9337

Fax: 405-744-6507

School of Teaching, Learning and Educational Sciences Dr. Shelbie Witte, School Head Administrative Support Specialist I: Lisa Baker

245 Willard 244 Willard

Ext. 9898 Ext. 9898

Fax: 405-744-6290

School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Aviation Dr. Chad Depperschmidt, School Head Administrative Assistant: Pat Karcher

204 Willard 204 Willard

Ext. 6632 Ext. 6632

Fax: 405-744-7758

School of Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology Dr. Julie Koch, School Head Assistant Director: Crystal Wilson Administrative Associate: Lisa Herndon

439 Willard 434B Willard 439 Willard

Ext. 6040 Ext. 6040 Ext. 6040

Fax 405-744-6756

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Dr. Adrienne Sanogo Administrative Associate: Elizabeth Whitfield Interim Associate Dean for Extension, Engagement and Continuing Education

DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL HEADS


2021-2022

RESOURCE DIRECTORY QUICK LINKS College Website:

education.okstate.edu

Info for Faculty and Staff:

https://education.okstate.edu/faculty-staff-resources

ACADEMIC RESOURCES RESOURCE

CONTACT

LOCATION

PHONE #

EMAIL

Academic Affairs

Dr. Adrienne Sanogo

109 NRD

Ext. 5053

adrienne.redmond@okstate.edu

Academic Advising

Kristi Seuhs

110 NRD

Ext. 9385

kristi.seuhs@okstate.edu

Career Development

Dr. Brecca Farr

125 NRD

Ext. 9533

brecca.farr@okstate.edu

Recruitment & Retention

Dr. Amy Gazaway

106 Willard

Ext. 6350

amy.gazaway@okstate.edu

Graduate Education

Dr. Mwarumba Mwavita

339 Willard

Ext. 3373

mwarumba.mwavita@okstate.edu

Graduate Education

Kristen Kulling

330A Willard

Ext. 8935

kristen.kulling@okstate.edu

Professional Education

Dr. Robin Fuxa

325J Willard

Ext. 9509

robin.fuxa@okstate.edu

TECHNICAL SUPPORT RESOURCE

CONTACT

LOCATION

PHONE #

EMAIL

Facilities

Len Hebert

128 NRD

Ext. 9010

len.hebert@okstate.edu

002 Willard

Ext. 9005

*hseha.technology@okstate.edu

210K NRDW

Ext. 3355

mitch.harrison@okstate.edu

Technology Website Updates

Mitch Harrison

*All Technology staff have access to this email account.

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT RESOURCE

CONTACT

LOCATION

PHONE #

EMAIL

Business Operations

Cindy Haseley

325V Willard

Ext. 7014

cindy.haseley@okstate.edu

Marketing & Communications

Christy Lang

210B NRDW

Ext. 9740

christy.lang@okstate.edu

LOCATION

PHONE #

EMAIL

OSU FOUNDATION RESOURCE

CONTACT

Interim Senior Director of Development

Rachel Tribble

405.385.5625

rtribble@osugiving.com

Director of Development

Sheri Carter

405.385.5126

scarter@osugiving.com


RESEARCH AND OUTREACH RESEARCH CENTERS & INITIATIVES Full List: https://education.okstate.edu/research/centers/index.html

RESEARCH LABORATORIES Full List: https://education.okstate.edu/research/labs/index.html

OUTREACH, SERVICE & LEARNING Full List: https://education.okstate.edu/outreach

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN THE COLLEGE https://education.okstate.edu/outreach/community-engagement

FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES EXTENSION https://extension.okstate.edu/programs/family-and-consumer-sciences/index.html


COMMON ABBREVIATIONS OSU ACADEMIC COLLEGES

PROGRAMS

ACRONYM

COLLEGE NAME

ACRONYM

HCCP

CEHS

College of Education and Human Sciences

CPSY

Counseling Psychology

College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology

HLTH

Health Education Promotion

CAS

College of Arts and Sciences

NURS

Nursing

FERG

Ferguson College of Agriculture

SSB

Spears School of Business

ACRONYM

HDFS

CVM

College of Veterinary Medicine

CFS

Child & Family Services

COM

College of Osteopathic Medicine

ECE

Early Childhood Education

CHS

Center for Health Sciences

Family and Consumer Sciences Education

SGSP

School of Global Studies and Partnerships

FACSED

CEAT

FFP

Family Financial Planning

MFT

Marriage and Family Therapy

ACRONYM

KAHR

HHP

Health and Human Performance

SCHOOL

LEIS

Leisure Studies

HCCP

School of Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology

RMRT

Recreation Management Recreational Therapy

STLES

School of Teaching, Learning and Educational Sciences

SEFLA

School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Aviation

ACRONYM

SEFLA

KAHR

School of Kinesiology, Applied Health and Recreation

AVED

Aviation Education

Department of Design, Housing and Merchandising

EDLE

Educational Leadership

HDFS

Department of Human Development and Family Science

EDTC

Educational Technology

NSCI

Department of Nutritional Sciences

CEHS SCHOOLS & DEPARTMENTS ACRONYM

DHM

EPSY

Educational Psychology

HESA

Higher Education and Student Affairs

LBSC

Library Science

REMS

Research, Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics

SCFD

Social Foundations

ACRONYM

STLES

CIED

Curriculum and Instruction in Education

CTED

Career and Technical Education

GTED

Gifted and Talented Education

SMED

Science and Math Education

SPED

Special Education

SPSY

School Psychology

WAED

Workforce and Adult Education


COLLE GE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN SCIENCES O RGANIZATIONAL CHART COLLEGE DEAN

More Information at:

Dr. Jon E. Pedersen, PhD

http://okla.st/EHSadmin

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Janell Hamilton-Pledger

ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND STUDENT SERVICES

BUSINESS OPERATIONS

ASSOCIATE DEAN

DIRECTOR

Dr. Adrienne Sanogo, PhD

Cindy Haseley

ACADEMIC UNITS

EXTENSION, ENGAGEMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS

RESEARCH AND GRADUATE STUDIES

INTERIM ASSOCIATE DEAN

MANAGER

INTERIM ASSOCIATE DEAN

Christy Lang

Dr. Mwarumba Mwavita, PhD

Dr. Gina Peek, PhD


ACADEMIC UNITS

DEPARTMENT OF DESIGN, HOUSING AND MERCHANDISING

SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES, COUNSELING AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SCIENCE

SCHOOL OF KINESIOLOGY, APPLIED HEALTH AND RECREATION

DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT HEAD Dr. Lynn M. Boorady, PhD, Prof.

SCHOOL HEAD Dr. Julie Koch, PhD, Prof.

DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS, LEADERSHIP AND AVIATION

DEPARTMENT HEAD DEPARTMENT HEAD

SCHOOL HEAD

Dr. Sissy Osteen, PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Bert Jacobson PhD, Regents Prof.

Dr. Stephen Clarke, PhD, RD, Prof.

SCHOOL HEAD Dr. Chad Depperschmidt EdD, Assoc. Prof.

SCHOOL OF TEACHING, LEARNING, AND EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES

SCHOOL HEAD Dr. Shelbie Witte, PhD, Prof.


ACADEMIC PROGRAMS & STUDENT SERVICES ORGANIZATIONAL CHART More Information at:

ASSOCIATE DEAN

http://okla.st/EHSapssstaff

Dr. Adrienne Sanogo, PhD

ACADEMIC ADVISING

ASSESSMENT & ACCREDITATION FACULTY FELLOW, COLLEGE ASSESSMENT Dr. Shiretta Ownbey PhD, Prof.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT & STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

ONLINE EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION

SCHEDULING Victoria Watkins,

SCHOLARSHIPS AND CURRICULUM Elizabeth Whitfield,

Admin Supp Spclt II

DIRECTOR & GRADUATE CAREER CONSULTANT

FACULTY FELLOW, GPIDEA & ONLINE ED

Dr. Brecca Farr,

PhD, Prof.

Dr. Shiretta Ownbey

DIRECTOR

DIRECTOR

Dr. Robin Fuxa

Dr. Amy Gazaway,

PhD, Asst. Prof. Prof.essional Practice

Scholarship Coord. Admin Assoc.

PhD

PhD

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ASSESSMENT Judy Nalon

UNDERGRADUATE CAREER CONSULTANTS

Pending

Ashley Williams,

Susanne Badiyan,

Online Coord. - Non-GPIDEA

Chrissy Kyles,

Online Coord. - GPIDEA

Coord. Career Development

ASSESSMENT COORDINATOR

ONLINE COORDINATORS

Coord. Career Development

Karla Sisco,

SPECIALIST Kat Colson,

Professional Education Spclt

COORDINATORS Casey Powell,

Coord. of Educator Certification

Mark Shelton,

Coord. of Secondary Placement

Dr. Kathy Thomas,

PhD, Coord. of Clinical Practice

RECRUITMENT COORDINATORS

RETENTION COORDINATOR

Vacant,

Scott King,

Coord. for Prospective Student Services

Mason Martin,

Coord. for Prospective Student Services

Coord. for Student Development

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST. Megan Crow


ASSOCIATE DEAN Dr. Adrienne Sanogo, PhD

ACADEMIC ADVISING DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACADEMIC SERVICES, ACADEMIC ADVISING Kristi Thrift Seuhs

Director, Academic Advising

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SPECIALIST II Ann Hentges,

Admin Support Specialist II

AVIATION ADVISING

DHM ADVISING

Madison Hagen,

Bryan Ritter,

NUTRITION & HEALTH ADVISING Laura Price,

EDUCATION AND HUMAN & COMMUNITY SERVICES

GRAD CERTIFICATION

Mary Taggart,

Grad Certification Spclt

Sr. Academic Advisor I, Aviation

Academic Advisor I, DHM

Academic Advisor II, NSCI

Jennifer Eisensmith,

Sr. Academic Advisor I, HDFS

Tom Joyce,

Kristen Queen,

Academic Advisor I, DHM

Nicole Miller,

Sr. Academic Advisor I, HDFS

Lacey Quadrelli,

Sr. Academic Advisor II RN to BSN, ELEM ED, SCED, PHED

Todd Snethen,

Academic Advisor I, SCED, ELEM ED, OSU-Teach

Academic Advisor I, Aviation

Sr. Academic Advisor I, NSCI Sr. Academic Advisor II, AES, RMRT, HEPR, PH Sr. Academic Advisor I, AES, RMRT, HEPR, SPCS, PH

Assistant Director. Sr. Academic Advisor, AES, RMRT, HEPR, SPCS, AADO, BUS, PH

Bailey Winters, Michelle Crew, Pam Cartmell, Mary Mach,

Sr. Academic Advisor I, SCED, ELEM ED, CTED, OSU-Teach

Jamie Bellah,


BUSINESS OPERATIONS ORGANIZATIONAL CHART DIRECTOR Cindy Haseley

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT STAFF Open Position

FACILITIES MANAGER

HUMAN RESOURCES

Len Hebert

Kim Moss Sr. Manager

ACCOUNTING Allison Bowman, Acct III Allison Campbell, Acct III Tammy Collins, Acct Specialist Cindy Leslie, Coordinator Donna Nightengale, Sr Manager Steven Pinkerton, Acct II Pamela Porter, Acct Specialist Ryan Quick, Acct III

COPY CENTER Cindy Leslie, Coord Donna Nightengale, Sr Manager Student Workers

More Information at: http://okla.st/EHSbus

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CJ Hubbard, Systems Adm Dustin Ivey, Instruc Suppt Manager JD Winterhalter, Database Dev Student Workers


EXTENSION, ENGAGEMENT AND CONTINUING EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONAL CHART INTERIM ASSOCIATE DEAN Dr. Gina Peek, PhD, Assoc. Prof.

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT STAFF

EXTENSION & ENGAGEMENT

Kim Nolting, Admin. Assoc.

Suzette Barta, Coord. for Community Engagement & Extension

Sharon Robinson, Admin. Support Specialist

EXTENSION Kimberly Williams, Program Evaluation Specialist

CONTINUING EDUCATION

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

Open, Manager Continuing & Professional Education

Susie Popplewell, PhD, International Programs Coord.

OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE

More Information at: https://okla.st/facsExtensionstaff

Robbin Davis, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) Director Sofia Gustafson, Admin. Support Specialist


MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS ORGANIZATIONAL CHART HELPFUL WEBLINKS Staff: http://okla.st/EHSmktgteam Marketing Webpage: http://okla.st/EHSmktg

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS UNIT LEAD & MANAGER Christy Lang

MANAGER & ALUMNI RELATIONS LEAD Rachel Eng

MULTIMEDIA PRODUCER

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

WEB DEVELOPER

COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST

Open

Alyssa White

Mitch Harrison

Katie Lacey

EVENTS & ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR Harlie Runner


ORGANIZATIONAL CHART INTERIM ASSOCIATE DEAN Dr. Mwarumba Mwavita, PhD

GRADUATE STUDENT SERVICES COORDINATOR Kristen Kulling

RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION OPERATIONS MANAGER

SONA SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR

ADMINSTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT

Clarissa Corkins

Kayley Watson

Melissa White

STUDENT WORKER GRANTS MANAGERS Amy Payette Jonathan Myers Julie Swaringrim-Griffin

More Information at: http://okla.st/EHSrgsSTAFF

Eunissa Blanke


DEPARTMENT OF

DESIGN, HOUSING AND MERCHANDISING

College of Education and Human Sciences

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART DEPARTMENT HEAD Lynn M. Boorady, PhD, Prof

INTERIM GRADUATE COORDINATOR

INTERIM ASSOCIATE DEPARTMENT HEAD

Aditya Jayadas, PhD, Assoc. Prof

Greg Clare, PhD, Assoc. Prof

MERCHANDISING FACULTY

INTERIOR DESIGN FACULTY

Greg Clare, PhD, Assoc. Prof

Paulette Hebert, PhD, Prof

Cosette Joyner Martinez, PhD, Assoc. Prof

Tilanka Chandrasekera, PhD, Assoc. Prof

Hyejune Park, PhD, Assoc. Prof

Emily Roberts, PhD, Assoc. Prof

Swagata Chakraborty, PhD, Teaching Asst. Prof

Heather Carlisle Carter, PhD, Asst. Prof Leslie Moore, MS, Visiting Asst. Prof

OFFICE STAFF

FASHION DESIGN AND PRODUCTION FACULTY

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE

Adriana Petrova, PhD, Assoc. Prof

Rachel Kelleher

Semra Peksoz, PhD, Assoc. Prof

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SPECIALIST II Delaina Goforth

Hebatalla Nazmy, PhD, Teaching Asst. Prof

More Information at: http://okla.st/DHMstaff

Diane Limbaugh, MS, Instructor

BRIDGE FACULTY Aditya Jayadas, PhD, Assoc. Prof Sumit Mandal, PhD, Asst. Prof


ORGANIZATIONAL CHART More Information at:

DEPARTMENT HEAD Julie Koch, PhD, LHSP, School Head, Prof. CPSY

http://okla.st/HCCPstaff ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Crystal Wilson, MBA

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE Lisa Herndon

STUDENT EMPLOYEES

COUNSELING AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY (CPSY)

STILLWATER COUNSELING & COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC Dr. Thomas Berry, PhD, Director, Clinical Assoc. Prof.

CLINIC STAFF

CPSY STW Dr. Lisa Beijan, PhD, Visiting Assistant Prof. Dr. Madeline Brodt, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Sue Jacobs, PhD, Prof. Dr. Douglas Knutson, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. John Romans, PhD, Training Director, PhD program Dr. Carrie Winterowd, PhD, Prof. Adjunct Instructors

OSU-TULSA AL CARLOZZI CENTER FOR COUNSELING Dr. Sarah Johnson, PhD, Director, Clinical Asst. Prof.

CLINIC STAFF

COMMUNITY HEALTH SCIENCES

CPSY TULSA

NURSING

AREA COORDINATOR

Dr. Alana Cluck, PhD, Director, Asst Prof.

Dr. Valerie McGaha, PhD, Associate Prof.

FACULTY Dr. Tonya Hammer, PhD, Director, MS program

Amy Birchfield MS, RN , Teaching Instructor

PUBLIC HEALTH STW FACULTY Dr. Xuewei Chen, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Ho Han, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Carlos Mahaffey, PharmD, Asst. Prof.

Dr. Jyotsana Sharma, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Dr. DJ McMaughan, PhD, Asst Prof.

Adjunct Instructors

Dr. Kelley Rhoads, PhD, Asst. Prof. Graduate Coord. Adjunct Instructors

PUBLIC HEALTH TULSA Jeananne Hearon, MS, Lecturer Dr. Marshan Oliver-Marick, DrPH, Teaching Asst. Prof. Adjunct Instructors


DEPARTMENT OF

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SCIENCE College of Education and Human Sciences

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART DEPARTMENT HEAD

More Information at:

Dr. Sissy Osteen, PhD, Assoc. Professor

http://okla.st/HDFSstaff

ASST. DEPARTMENT HEAD Jarrod Noftsger, MS

GRANT FUNDED STAFF

CO-PARENTING FOR RESILIENCE PROFESSOR & CO-PLS Matt Brosi & Ron Cox STAFF Katey Masri, Coord.

UNITED WE CAN PROFESSOR & PL Ron Cox STAFF Jorge Arellano Ruedas, Field Coord. Elber Arroyo-Rivera, Program Coord. Vivian Castillo, Field Coord. Felipe Ceja, Jr., Field Coord. Erica Davis, Field Coord. Darcey Desouza, PhD, Post Doc Fellow

Dr. Whitney Bailey, PhD, Assoc. Professor

Dr. Carolyn Henry, PhD, Professor

Dr. Lana Beasley, PhD, Assoc. Professor

Dr. Laura Hubbs-Tait, PhD, Regents Professor

Dr. Alex Bishop, PhD, Assoc. Professor, Bryan Close Professorship in Aging

Dr. Jennifer Jones, PhD, Assoc. Professor

Dr. Matt Brosi, PhD, Professor, Masonic Chair for Interdisciplinary Research Dr. Larisa Callaway-Cole, PhD, Asst. Professor Cindy Clampet, MS, Asst. Extension Specialist Marie Collins, MS, Teaching Instructor Dr. Ron Cox, PhD, Professor, GKFF Endowed Chair in Child & Family Resilience Dr. Michael Criss, PhD, Assoc. Professor Dr. Kami Gallus, PhD, Research Professor Dr. Brandt Gardner, PhD, Assoc. Professor Dr. Nathan Hardy, PhD, Asst. Professor

Caitlin Hendrex, Paraprofessional

Dr. Amanda Harrist, PhD, Professor, Bryan Close Chair in Early Childhood Development

Hua Lin, PhD, Fellow

Dr. Charles Hendrix, PhD, Emeritus Assoc. Professor

Rashmi Singh, Paraprofessional Sumeyra Sahbaz, Fellow

CENTERS & INSTITUTES

FACULTY

STAFF

OFFICE STAFF

Rita Ryan, Accountant

Ragan Jessell, Sr. Admin. Support

Erica Still, Admin. Assoc.

Wendy Wildman, Admin Support Specialist

Dr. Ashley Kimble, PhD, Asst. Professor

STUDENT ADVISING

Dr. Bob Larzelere, PhD, Professor, Endowed Professorship in Parenting

Mary Taggart, Academic Advisor

Sandy Major, MS, Instructor of Professional Prac. Dr. Kate Mielitz, PhD, Asst. Professor JDr. ennifer Stepp, PhD, Teaching Assoc. Professor Dr. Michael Stout, PhD, Assoc. Professor, GKFF Endowed Chair in Family & Community Policy Dr. Amanda Szarzynski, PhD, Asst. Professor of Professional Practice Dr. Paula Tripp, PhD, Professor of Professional Practice Dr. Isaac Washburn, PhD, Assoc. Professor Dr. Ginger Welch, PhD, Assoc. Professor of Professional Practice


DEPARTMENT HEAD Dr. Sissy Osteen, PhD, Assoc. Professor

CENTERS & INSTITUTES

CENTER FOR FAMILY RESILIENCE (CFR) (TULSA)

CENTER FOR FAMILY SERVICES (CFS)

CHILD DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY (CDL)

INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

CENTER FOR IMMIGRANT HEALTH AND EDUCATION

DIRECTOR

DIRECTOR

DIRECTOR

DIRECTORS

DIRECTOR

Brooke Tuttle, Interim CFR Director

Amanda Szarzynski, CFS Director

Sandy Major, CDL Director

Jennifer Jones, IDD Director

Ron Cox, Director

STAFF

STAFF Chantelle Lott, Coord. of Prevention Prog Jessi Roberts, Field Project Coord. Meagan Meadows, CFR Stores

Kami Gallus, Assoc. Director of Research

Karen Clark, Admin Assoc.

Margaret Napier, Teacher

Tawny Withiam, Food Services

Lisa Nichols, Teacher Asst.

Sharon Kleinholz, Teacher Asst.

Jentry Overton, Teacher Asst.

Shelli Martin, Teacher

Allie Pisczek, Teacher Asst.

Crystal McInturff, Teacher

Shelly Reagin, Teacher Asst.

Melanie McMillan, Teacher

Tammy Waterhouse, Teacher

Melissa Mills, Teacher Assistant

STAFF Kacey Ward, Coord.


ORGANIZATIONAL CHART More Information at: http://okla.st/KAHRstaff

SCHOOL HEAD Dr. Bert Jacobson PhD, Regents Prof.

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

APPLIED EXERCISE SCIENCE

Sherri Longan Admin. Support Specialist

STUDENT WORKERS

RECREATION MANAGEMENT/ RECREATIONAL THERAPY

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

Dr. Jason DeFreitas, PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Tim Passmore, PhD, Prof.

FACULTY

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS

Dr. Doug Smith, PhD, Prof., Graduate Coord.

Aaron Harmon, Adjunct Instructor

Dr. Jay Dawes, PhD, Assoc. Prof., Undergrad Coord. Dr. Michael Trevino, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Taylor Dinyer, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Breanne Baker, PhD, Asst Prof.

Tyler Caldwell, Adjunct Instructor Todd Christensen, Adjunct Instructor

FACULTY

INSTRUCTORS

Dr. Donna Lindenmeier, PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Kelly McCubbin, Clinical Instructor

Dr. Taryn Price, PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Christina Good, PhD, Adjunct Instructor Emily McKenzie, Adjunct Instructor Jason Linsenmeyer, Adjunct Instructor

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Melissa Jensen, Clinical Instructor


DEPARTMENT OF

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES College of Education and Human Sciences

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART More Information at:

DEPARTMENT HEAD

http://okla.st/NSCIfaculty

GRADUATE COORDINATOR Deana Hildebrand, PhD, RD, Prof.

GRANT STAFF Jeremy Humphrey, MS, Eval Grant Manager Cassidy “Cass” Ring, BS, Coord., Outreach Education Lacey Wallace, MS, Coord., Curbing Obesity Education

OFFICE STAFF Leslie Hooper-Boley, Admin Assoc. Mary Hammack, Sr Admin Support Specialist

STUDENT WORKERS Molly Jessell Bethany McVay

NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES (NSCI) LAB STAFF

Stephen Clarke, PhD, RD, Prof.

EXTENSION UNITS

FACULTY Lauren Amaya, PhD, RD, LD Teaching Asst. Prof.

Edralin “Ed” Lucas, PhD, Prof.. and John & Lynne Williams Prof.

Hui He, Lab Manager

Ashlea Braun, PhD, RD, Asst. Prof.

McKale Montgomery, PhD, RD, Asst. Prof.

John Ice, Lab Coord.

Winyoo Chowanadisai, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Harriet Okronipa, PhD, Assistant Prof.

Sam Emerson, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Catherine Palmer, MS, RD, LD, Instructor of Professional Practice, DPD Director, Asst. DI Director

Shirley Evans, PhD, MPH, PA, RD,LD, Teaching Asst. Prof. Allison Hepworth, PhD, Asst. Prof. Janice Hermann, PhD, RD, LD, Prof., FCS Deana Hildebrand, PhD, RD, LD, Dept Graduate Coord., Prof. Jill Joyce, PhD, RD, Asst. Prof. Yoo Kim, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dingbo “Daniel” Lin, PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Embrey Pollet, MS, RD, Adj. Instr, OSU-Tulsa Michael Rhone, MS, RD, Teaching Instr Brenda J. Smith, PhD, Regent Prof., John & Sue Taylor Endowed Prof., Assoc. Dean/Grad College Barbara Stoecker, PhD, RD, LD, Regents Prof., Marilynn Thoma Endowed Chair Gena Wollenberg, PhD, RD,LD, CSSD, Teaching Assoc. Prof., Dir. Dietetic Internship

DIETETIC INTERNSHIP (DI) DIRECTOR Gena Wollenberg, PhD, RD, LD, CSSD

DIDACTIC PROGRAM IN DIETETICS (DPD) DIRECTOR Catherine Palmer, MS, RD, LD


ASSOC. DEAN - EHS EXTENSION, ENGAGEMENT & CONTINUING EDUCATION

NSCI DEPARTMENT HEAD Stephen Clarke, PhD, RD, Prof.

NSCI EXTENSION UNITS

COMMUNITY NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM (CNEP) CNEP COORDINATOR Candance Gabel, MS, RD, Assoc. Extension Specialist

CNEP SPECIALISTS Diana Romano, MS, RD, Asst. State Specialist, CNEP Nutrtionist - Adult Focus Jenni Klufa, MS, RD, Asst. State Specialist, CNEP Nutritionist - Youth Focus

PROGRAM EVALUATOR Jennie Till, MS, RD, Coord. Pgm Evaluator

PROJECT EXTENSION COORDINATOR Becky Brown, Proj Coord. - Ext Educ

CNEP OFFICE STAFF Patricia DeBow, Sr Acct Specialist

FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EXTENSION Ashlea Braun, PhD, RD, Asst. Prof. Stephen Clarke, PhD, RD, Dept Head Prof. Candance Gabel, MS, RD, Assoc. Extension Specialist Janice Hermann, PhD, RD,LD, Prof., FCS Deana Hildebrand, PhD, RD, LD, Dept Graduate Coord. Prof. Jenni Klufa, MS, RD, Asst. State Specialist, CNEP Nutritionist - Youth Focus Diana Romano, MS, RD, Asst. State Specialist, CNEP Nutritionist - Adult


SCHOOL OF

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS, LEADERSHIP AND AVIATION College of Education and Human Sciences

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART SCHOOL HEAD Dr. Chad Depperschmidt EdD, Assoc. Prof.

Patricia Karcher, Admin Asst.

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (EPSY)

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (EDTC)

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP STUDIES (EDLE)

AVIATION & SPACE (AVED)

STAFF

Dr. Jane Vogler Cragun PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Amber Grim, Admin Support Specialist

Dr. Chia-Chen Yang PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Mike Yough PhD, Program Coord., Assoc. Prof.

AVIATION & SPACE EDUCATION (AVED)

OSU FLIGHT CENTER Lance Fortney Program Manager

Dr. Timm Bliss EdD, Program Coord., Prof.

Dr. Mark Uhlman Chief Flight Instructor

Dr. Mallory Casebolt EdD, Asst. Prof.

Jared Dunlap Chief Flight Instructor

Dr. Chad Depperschmidt EdD, School Head, Assoc. Prof.

Chase Cothran Assistant Flight Instructor

Dr. Jake Durham EdD, Teaching Asst. Prof. Dr. Kathryn Gardner-Vandy PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Jon Loffi EdD, Program Coord., Assoc. Prof. LaVoe Quintel M.B.A, Lecturer Dr. Matt Vance PhD, Assoc Prof.

Amir Quiros Jimenez Lead Flight Instructor Debbie McAuliff Office Manager Casey Rolaff Chief Maintenance Mechanic Bret Wardlaw Assistant Chief Maintenance Mechanic Austin Wilkinson Aviation Maintenance Technician

EDLE Dr. Kathy Curry PhD, Program Coord., Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ashlyn Fiegener PhD, Asst. Prof.

WORKFORCE & ADULT EDUCATION (WAED) Dr. Mary Jo Self PhD, Assoc. Prof.

EDTC Dr. Tutaleni Asino PhD, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kalianne Neumann PhD, Assistant Prof.

Dr. Edward Harris PhD, Prof.

Dr. Susan Stansberry PhD, Program Coord., Prof.

Dr. Jentre Olsen PhD, Asst. Prof.

Dr. Penny Thompson EdD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Mary Jo Self PhD, Assoc. Prof.

LIBRARY SCIENCE (LBSC)

RESEARCH, EVALUATION, MEASUREMENTS & STATISTICS (REMS) Dr. Ki Cole EdD, Assoc. Prof. Jam Khojasteh PhD, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sohee Kim PhD, Visiting Asst. Prof. Dr. Mwarumba Mwavita PhD, Assoc. Prof.

HIGHER EDUCATION & STUDENT AFFAIRS (HESA)

SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS (SCFD)

Dr. Kerri Kearney EdD, Program Coord., Prof.

Dr. Lucy Bailey PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Amber Manning-Ouellette PhD, Asst. Prof.

Dr. Ben Bindewald PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Tami Moore PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Denise Blum PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Stephen Wanger PhD, Assoc. Prof.

Dr. Guoping Zhao PhD, Program Coord., Prof.

Dr. Lisa Will PhD, Visiting Asst. Prof.

Dr. Susan Stansberry PhD, Program Coord., Prof.

More Information at: http://okla.st/SEFLAstaff


SCHOOL OF

TEACHING, LEARNING, AND EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES College of Education and Human Sciences

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART SCHOOL HEAD Dr. Shelbie Witte, PhD, Prof.

More Information at: http://okla.st/STLESstaff

ASSOCIATE HEAD Dr. Juliana Utley, PhD, Prof.

STAFF Lisa Baker, Admin Assoc Brandi Davis, Admin Asst Kim Lewer, Admin Asst Nicole Tracy, Program Coord OSU Teach Brenda Brown, OSU Writing Project

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION

LITERACY EDUCATION

SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

SECONDARY EDUCATION

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY

SPECIAL EDUCATION

AREA COORDINATOR

AREA COORDINATOR

AREA COORDINATOR

AREA COORDINATOR

AREA COORDINATOR

AREA COORDINATOR

AREA COORDINATOR

Dr. Hongyu Wang PhD, Prof.

Jill Metzger, MS, Clinical Instructor

Dr. Sheri Vasinda, EdD, Assoc Prof.

Dr. Stephanie Hathcock, PhD, Assoc Prof. Science

Dr. Shanedra Nowell, PhD, Assoc Prof. Social Studies

Dr. Gary Duhon PhD, Prof. School Psychology

Dr. Candace Lane PhD, Asst. Prof.

FACULTY

FACULTY

FACULTY

FACULTY

Dr. Julie Angle, PhD, Assoc Prof./Endowed Prof. Science

Dr. Erin Bronstein, PhD, Social Studies

Dr. Ryan Farmer, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Dr. Penny Cantley PhD, Asst. Prof.

Dr. Sarah Donovan, PhD, Asst. Prof., English

Dr. Kacey Gilbert, PhD, Asst. Prof.

**Dr. Christine Ormsbee PhD, Assoc Provost & Director

Dr. Brian Poncy, PhD, Prof.

Dr. Claudia Otto PhD, Clinical Asst. Prof.

CURRICULUM STUDIES

FACULTY

FACULTY

Dr. Erin Dyke, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Robin Fisher MS, Lecturer Social Studies Education

**Dr. Pamela Fry, Ed.D., OSU-Tulsa President Dr. Jennifer Schneider PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. Jon Smythe, PhD, Asst. Prof.

Dr. Jessica Watts PhD, Lecturer Curriculum Studies

FACULTY Natalie Edwards M.Ed., Teaching Instructor Dr. Robin Fuxa, PhD, Asst. Prof., PEU Unit Dr. Suzii Parsons PhD, Assoc Prof. Dr. Jenn Sanders PhD, Prof. Dr. Donita Shaw PhD, Prof. Dr. Qiuying (Lydia) Wang PhD, Prof.

Dr. Jennifer Cribbs, PhD, Assoc Prof. Math Dr. Toni Ivey, PhD, Assoc Prof. Science Amy Olson, MA, Clinical Asst. Prof. Science **Dr. Jon Pedersen, PhD, Dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences Science **Dr. Adrienne Sanogo, PhD, Assoc Dean for Academic Programs and Student Services Math

Dr. Gayla Foster, PhD, Clinical Assoc Prof., Art Dr. Joe Terantino, PhD, Assoc Prof., Foreign Language Education

Dr. Terry Stinnett, PhD, Prof.

Dr. Shelbie Witte, PhD, School Head, Prof., English/Literacy Dr. Virginia Worley, PhD, Prof., English

Dr. Juliana Utley, PhD, Prof. Math John Weaver, MS, Clinical Asst. Prof. Math Dr. Karen Zwanch, PhD, Asst. Prof. Math

**College or University administrator Most faculty serve in multiple programs

CENTERS & CLINICS


FACULTY

CENTERS & CLINICS

CENTER FOR RESEARCH STEM TEACHING AND LEARNING

OSU WRITING PROJECT

RANDALL AND CAROL WHITE READING AND MATH CENTER

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC


Governance Structure for the College of Education and Human Sciences Our Understanding of Shared Governance: As we developed this document, we were driven by a definition of shared governance that “attempts to balance maximum participation in decision making with clear accountability” (Olson, 2009, para 17). Consequently, we view faculty, staff, and student participation in key decisions as essential, with responsibility for key decisions ultimately resting with college and university administrators. We also view this as a living and breathing document, which may be modified as needed in the future.

The shared governance structure will consist of representation from faculty, staff, students, and administration. All areas of the college will be represented; this demonstrates an inclusive, shared governance. Faculty, staff and students have a voice in college decisions and thus, faculty, staff, and students will have their own, mutually exclusive committee that will meet on a monthly basis. Each will work closely with administration to develop and implement policies, procedures, and long-range plans. Each branch of governance will work to create and maintain communication channels with their constituents. Plans for governance include the Dean’s Cabinet, Faculty Advisory Committee, Staff Advisory Committee, and Student Advisory Committee. These groups will come together once a month during the academic year to form the Dean’s Committee.


Dean’s Cabinet (Leadership Team) A Dean’s Cabinet, also known as the Leadership Team, consisting of the dean, associate deans, director of marketing and communication, director of the business office, and department/school heads will meet weekly to provide weekly updates. Faculty Advisory Committee The Faculty Advisory Committee is designed to be a place where faculty can provide input on college policy, procedures, special projects, and long-range plans. The outcome of these meetings will generally be recommendations made to the Dean’s Committee. Faculty Advisory Council will consist of tenure-track and non-tenure track faculty. Faculty in each academic unit of the college will elect one representative (this must be a tenure-track or a renewable non-tenure track faculty member). Additionally, one at-large non-renewable non-tenure track faculty member (e.g. lecturer, visiting, part-time) will also be elected from a group of nominees to serve on the committee. Representatives will meet monthly during the fall and spring semesters; the Dean may attend if called on by the committee. The Faculty Advisory Committee will elect a chair who will attend the Dean’s Committee meeting. *Note: To determine this at-large representative, each academic unit may nominate one nonrenewable non-tenure track faculty member to serve. Faculty (at least .75 FTE) will then vote on one person from this list of nominees to serve as the at-large member. Staff Advisory Committee The Staff Advisory Committee serves as a space where staff can provide input on college policy, processes, and long–range planning. Additionally, this committee will work together to determine the professional development needs of staff and devise opportunities for staff development and growth. The outcome of these meetings will generally be recommendations made to the Dean’s Committee. The Staff Advisory Committee will consist of seven at-large members elected from nominees from all staff, including those serving in academic programs and student services, departments/schools, research and graduate studies, business and operations, marketing and communications, or other areas. Staff advisory committee representatives will meet monthly during the fall and spring semesters; the Dean may attend if called on by the committee. Student employees are not eligible for representation on Staff Advisory Committee. The Staff Advisory Committee will elect a chair who will attend the Dean’s Committee meeting once per month. Note: Staff who are employed at an FTE of .75 or greater are eligible to vote for at-large members. Student Advisory Committee The Student Advisory Committee will include two separate groups, the Undergraduate Student Advisory Committee (most commonly known as Student Council) and the Graduate Student Advisory Committee. Both the undergraduate and graduate committees will have a representative who attends the Dean’s Committee meeting once per month during the academic year. The composition of these committees is under development and will be developed with student, faculty, and advisor input. Standing Committees Standing committees will be formed to help facilitate college functions. The chair of these committees will provide updates to the Dean’s Committee in the form of an email at least once per month. The membership of some of these committees is still being decided. •

The Curriculum Committee’s charge is to review and make recommendations on undergraduate and graduate course/program actions for the college.


The Faculty Research and Development Committee provides a platform for faculty discourse on matters pertaining to faculty development and research in the college. This includes promoting a research culture and cultivating a mentoring culture within the college.

The Student Affairs Committee addresses matters pertaining to the benefit of undergraduate and graduate students in the college. This includes areas such as scholarships and student recognition.

Ad Hoc and Other Committees Ad Hoc Committees may be developed to assist in college policy development, growth, and function. The Dean will convene these committees and the chair will report to the Dean’s Cabinet on a regular basis. In addition to the standing and ad hoc committees, other committees (e.g. Diversity Committee; The Global and Community Engagement Committee; The Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee; and the Technology Committee, etc.) may also contribute to college decision making.


COLLEGE COMMITTEE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH COMMITTEE OVERVIEW: The Faculty Development and Research Committee (FDRC, a standing committee within the College) fosters and facilitates matters pertaining to research/creative activity and faculty development in the College. Utilizing Boyer’s Model of Scholarship, FDRC cultivates a research and mentoring culture within the College. The College values academic scholarly inquiry (e.g., basic, applied, and translational research/creative activity activities) that address significant societal issues.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Provide recommendations for policies, procedures, and guideline documents for research and other types of scholarship to the Dean and College Leadership Team. 2. Provide recommendations to the Dean and College Leadership Team regarding investments for the College’s research infrastructure (e.g., facilities, resources, and services). 3. Recommend, sponsor, and/or conduct professional development activities for faculty, staff and/or graduate students to enhance research and scholarly productivity within the College. 4. For the purpose of being informed, review annual reports submitted by College research centers and institutes. 5. Provide advocacy and support for initiatives led by the Office of the Vice President for Research. 6. Promote the infusion of research results in teaching and community engagement. 7. Serve as the selection committee for the following College-level faculty awards.

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CO-CHAIRS: Dr. Mwarumba Mwavita, Interim Assoc. Dean, Research and Graduate Studies – Admin. Liaison (mwarumba.mwavita@okstate.edu)

Dr. Ho Han, Asst. Prof., Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology (hohan@okstate.edu)


COLLEGE COMMITTEE FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE OVERVIEW: The purpose of the Faculty Advisory Council is to: • Advise the Dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences (EHS) regarding matters important to faculty and the College, such as policy, processes and long-range planning. • Serve as a conduit for faculty concerns and ideas to be raised to the Dean. • Disseminate information relevant to College faculty to each unit.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. To serve as an advisory representative body for College faculty. 2. To facilitate communication and cooperation between the College administration and faculty. 3. To participate in an advisory capacity to the Dean of the College in such matters as:

a.

The development and implementation of policies and procedures that may directly affect the staff.

b.

To provide input and recommendations on staff professional development needs.

c.

To determine appropriate awards and serve as the selection committee for EHS staff awards.

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CHAIR: Dr. Tonya Hammer, Assoc. Prof., Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology (tonya.hammer@okstate.edu)

INTERIM FALL 2021 CHAIR: Dr. Sam Emerson, Asst. Prof., Nutritional Sciences sam.emerson@okstate.edu


COLLEGE COMMITTEE STAFF ADVISORY COMMITTEE

OVERVIEW: The College of Education and Human Sciences Staff Advisory Committee (SAC) is comprised of seven elected staff members from the College. The SAC mission is to represent the needs and concerns of college staff to the Dean’s Council in a positive and transparent manner to promote a supportive and productive work environment. The SAC advises the Dean’s Council of staff concerns and makes recommendations to address those concerns.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. To serve as a representative body for the College of Education and Human Sciences (EHS) staff. 2. To facilitate communication and cooperation between the EHS administration and staff. 3. To participate in an advisory and referral capacity to the Dean of the EHS in such matters as: a. The development and implementation of policies and procedures that may directly affect the staff. b. To provide input and recommendations on staff professional development needs. c. To determine appropriate awards and serve as the selection committee for EHS staff awards.

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CHAIR: To Be Elected


COLLEGE COMMITTEE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (STUDENT COUNCIL)

OVERVIEW: The purpose of this organization shall be to serve as the voice of the undergraduate student body of the College of Education and Human Sciences, to act as the link between undergraduate students, faculty and staff within the College, and to serve as the governing body of all undergraduate Education and Human Sciences Student Organizations. The Council shall work to create cohesion, act as an advocate for all undergraduate programs, and provide leadership within the College of Education and Human Sciences and throughout the Oklahoma State University campus.

2021-2022 PRESIDENT: Madilyn Dunn


COLLEGE COMMITTEE GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

OVERVIEW: The purpose of the College of Education and Human Sciences (EHS) Graduate Student Advisory Committee (GSAC) is to contribute to the effective administration of the College by sharing informational updates, providing input/recommendations and promoting activities that will enrich the academic experience for all students.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Each GSAC member will share information with the graduate student organization they represent. 2. Facilitate and promote interdepartmental/school communication among graduate students in the College of Education and Human Sciences. Share ideas and support one another. 3. Increase awareness among the College’s graduate student leaders of college and university matters impacting graduate education. 4. Promote activities which enhance the professional development of graduate students in the College of Education and Human Sciences. 5. Provide opportunities for graduate student input into the College of Education and Human Sciences policies, procedures and protocols pertaining to graduate education.

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CHAIR: To be determined


COLLEGE COMMITTEE CURRICULUM COMMITTEE

OVERVIEW: The purpose of the Curriculum Committee is to review course actions, program modifications and degree sheets. Fundamental responsibilities of the Curriculum Committee include, but are not limited to, matters of graduate and undergraduate programs.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Appropriateness to EHS college 2. Benefits to students within program and those taking courses 3. Duplication of courses or programs within EHS 4. Consider and recommend supporting documents potentially needed for review by Instruction Council and Graduate Council, as they pertain to other Colleges within the University.

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CHAIR: To be determined


COLLEGE COMMITTEE FACULTY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE OVERVIEW: The Faculty Development and Research Committee (FDRC, a standing committee within the College) fosters and facilitates matters pertaining to research/creative activity and faculty development in the College. Utilizing Boyer’s Model of Scholarship, FDRC cultivates a research and mentoring culture within the College. The College values academic scholarly inquiry (e.g., basic, applied, and translational research/creative activity activities) that address significant societal issues.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Provide recommendations for policies, procedures, and guideline documents for research and other types of scholarship to the Dean and College Leadership Team. 2. Provide recommendations to the Dean and College Leadership Team regarding investments for the College’s research infrastructure (e.g., facilities, resources, and services). 3. Recommend, sponsor, and/or conduct professional development activities for faculty, staff and/or graduate students to enhance research and scholarly productivity within the College. 4. For the purpose of being informed, review annual reports submitted by College research centers and institutes. 5. Provide advocacy and support for initiatives led by the Office of the Vice President for Research. 6. Promote the infusion of research results in teaching and community engagement. 7. Serve as the selection committee for the following College-level faculty awards.

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CO-CHAIRS: 2021-2022 CHAIR: To be determined

Dr. Ho Han, Asst. Prof., Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology (hohan@okstate.edu)


COLLEGE COMMITTEE STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CO-CHAIRS: 2021-2022 CHAIR: To be determined

Dr. Ho Han, Asst. Prof., Community Health Sciences, Counseling and Counseling Psychology (hohan@okstate.edu)


COLLEGE COMMITTEE DIVERSITY COMMITTEE OVERVIEW: The Diversity Committee (a standing committee within the College) makes recommendations to the Dean regarding goals and action steps that promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the College.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Creating educational or professional development programming related to diversity, equity, and inclusion 2. Recruiting, orientating, and retaining diverse students, staff, and faculty 3. Publicizing diversity-related events within and across the College 4. Serving on the College Equity Steering Committee and collaborating on its initiatives 5. Providing central access (e.g. links to resources listed on our website) to members of the college community to express diversity-related concerns 6. Additional programs or engagements that the Committee or College stakeholders deem relevant and needed. 7. The committee is also responsible for reviewing the University’s Diversity Action Plan annually to ensure the College aligns its efforts with the University’s recommendations. If recommendations related to diversity and inclusiveness are mandated by the university, the committee is responsible for executing these activities.

2021-2022 CHAIR: To be determined

COMMITTEE 2021-2022 CO-CHAIRS:


COLLEGE COMMITTEE STUDENT TECHNOLOGY FEE COMMITTEE OVERVIEW: The purpose of the College of Education and Human Sciences (CEHS) Student Technology Fee Committee is to serve in an advisory capacity to the Dean, who has final expenditure oversight.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. To identify, review and recommend general technology needs of undergraduate and graduate students within the College of Education and Human Sciences. a. Definition of Technology: •

Equipment used by students including computers and related hardware such as printers, scanners, storage devices, digital cameras.

Equipment (hardware/software) used in support of the instructional process such as multimedia projectors, instructional lab equipment, smart boards.

Delivery systems that provide access to technology, technological resources or other information resources that are needed for student usage or in support of instruction such as network nodes.

b. Criteria/Guidelines will be: •

Is it directly available to students?

Is it directly beneficial to students?

Is it exclusively for student educational use?

Has adequate research been done to ensure that the most up-to-date technology for the investment has been identified?

Will the number of students served justify the cost of the item?

2. To participate in an advisory and referral capacity to the Dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences in matters relating to technology.

2021-2022 CHAIR:

Dustin Ivey, Information Technology (dustin.ivey@okstate.edu)