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Technology Policy & Advisory Committee (TPAC)

TPAC Agendas and Minutes 23/24 (Accessible to Campus Community - login required)
TPAC - Teams Member Log-In
SharePoint Log-in for Committee Members
TPAC Referrals 23/24 (Accessible to Campus Community - login required)

Meetings are held:  Every other Monday
Time:  1:00 - 2:30 pm
Location:  Virtual
Meeting Dates:
Fall 2023 -  9/11, 9/25, 10/9, 10/23, 11/6, 11/20, 12/4
Spring 2024 - 1/29, 2/12, 2/26, 3/11, 3/25, 4/8, 4/22, 5/6

Voting Members List
VOTING MEMBERS 23-24 SEAT (Representing)
Kristin Stewart Faculty At-large 23-24; TPAC Chair 23-24 (Non-voting TPAC member; Voting EC and Senate member)
Aaron McDonald CoBA 23-25
Lauren Magnuson Library 22-24
Sandra Doller CHABSS 23-25
Tasha Keyes CEHHS 23-25
Aníbal Yáñez-Chávez  Faculty At-large 23-25
Afra Panahi CSTEM 22-24
Alison Kreisler (CHABSS) Lecturer Faculty 22-24 (from college-level unit other than CSTEM)
Non-Voting Members List
Tony Chung  IITS CIO
Terri Georgopoulos Staff Representative as Appointed by Dean of IITS
Jesus Campos Miranda Student Representative 23-24
Emma Farias Student Representative 23-24

Committee Charge:  Technology is embedded in many aspects of the academic experience.  The Technology Policy and Advisory  Committee shall be a bridge between the Faculty, the Academic Senate, and Instructional and Information Technology Services (IITS).  TPAC shall inform and advise regarding policies and procedures related to campus technology.  Furthermore, the committee shall work in consultation with and make recommendations to IITS.  In pursuit of these duties, the committee may create ad hoc subcommittees. 

The charge of the Technology Policy and Advisory Committee shall include:  1) Assisting in the communication and  collaboration between and among various constituencies and  communities of academic technology users, including consultation with IITS leadership in academic technology, and planning and implementation; 2) Drafing policies under the jurisdiction of the Academic Senate as they relate to the academic uses of information technology; 3) Coordinating with other Standing Committees, special committees, and IITS in formulating, reviewing, and recommending all policies and procedures related to the academic uses of information technology; and 4) Advising the Academic Senate, IITS, and other members of the University community involved on planning, development, implementation, and application of technology campus-wide.