Administrative and Committee Work

Ingrid Russell
Professor of Computer Science
University
of Hartford


Administrative/Committee Work during 2003-2004

Faculty Senate Curriculum Committee, member

College of arts and sciences Curriculum Committee, member

Computer Science Curriculum Committee, member

Computer Science Programming Team, Faculty advisor

College of Arts and Sciences Honors Committee, member

Computer Science Program Assessment, Coordinator

CS114-115 Course Coordinator

CS 111 Course Coordinator

 

 

Others:

College of Arts and Sciences Honors Committee, member, 2000-present

Computer Science Curriculum Committee, member, 1989-present

Computer Science Curriculum Committee, chair, 1989-1995

Computer Science Faculty Search Committee, member 1999-2002, 1992-1995, 1991-1992

Computer science Faculty Search Committee, chair, 1994-1995

Faculty Senate Graduate Curriculum Committee, member, 1993-1995

Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, 1995-1998

Council of Assistant and Associate Deans, member, 1995-1998

Extended Council of Assistant and Associate Deans, Member, 1995-1998

Dean’s Advisory Council, member, 1995-1998

Task Force on Student Retention, member, 1995-1997

Barry Goldwater Scholarship Committee, member,1995-1998

Faculty Advisor, ACM Student Chapter 1992-1997

Faculty Advisor, Computer Science Student Club, 1992-1997

Dana Computer Science Laboratory, Director, 1994-1995, 1999-2000

Teaching, Learning, and Information Technology (TLIT) Committee, member, 1992-1995

TLIT Subcommittee on Educational Technology and Research Skills, chair, 1993-1995

Computer Science Advising, Director, 1992-1995

Departmental Promotion and Tenure Committee, member, 1990-1991

College of Arts and Sciences Committee on Academic Standing and Educational Policy, chair, 1988-1995

College of Arts and Sciences, Committee on Academic Standing and Educational Policy, member, 1994-1995

World Wide Web Guidelines Committee, member, 1995-1996

Computer Science Self-Study Committee, Chair 1990-1991

 

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