Campus-Wide Committees

The Stillman College faculty and staff participate in managing the College through a system of participatory governance, which consists of a network of committees whose members are administrators, faculty, and staff and, where appropriate, students.  These committees serve the purposes of providing administrative oversight, policy-making, service, and information.  The list of committees along with their functions and membership are provided below.


Academic Affairs Committee
– Reports to President’s Cabinet (15); Meets monthly

Function: To act on and originate recommendations from the faculty and other appropriate sources regarding general academic policy and other matters pertaining to the educational aspirations and problems of the College, including requirements for admissions and graduation, number and identification of departments and divisions, teacher loads, new majors and minors, and matters of general academic interest to the faculty and the College.

Provost, Convener – Dr. Mark McCormick

Dean of School of Education – Dr. Alicia Curry

Dean of School of Arts and Sciences – Dr. Josiah Sampson

Dean of School of Business – Mr. Isaac McCoy

Dean of Library Services – Mr. Robert Heath

Dean of Enrollment Management, ex officio – Ms. Tamara Marshall

Registrar, ex officio – Ms. Asenath Edison-Gay

Director of Student Support Services, ex officio – Dr. Bettye Mullen

Vice President Institutional Effectiveness, ex officio – Dr. Mary Jane Krotzer

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Larry Kreiser

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Norman Golar

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Sonya Hutchinson

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Reginald Little

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Jalicya Lowery

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Gabrielle Jones

 

Athletic Committee – Reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs (9); Meets monthly

 

Function: To provide oversight for the intercollegiate athletics program for the College, including general policies governing the administration of athletics.  Particular attention shall be given to NAIA matters. The committee reviews and approves athletic schedules so as to ensure the integrity of the student-athlete’s educational experience. It reviews and affirms the eligibility of all students prior to their participation in intercollegiate competition.

 

Athletic Director, Convener – Mr. Ken Alston

Faculty Appointed by President – Ms. Denise Moody

Faculty Appointed by President – Mr. Thaddeus Steele

Faculty Appointed by President – Dr. Josiah Sampson

Faculty Appointed by President – Dr. Michael Andrews

Faculty Appointed by President – Dr. Kathryn Brewer-Strayer

Faculty Appointed by President – Dr. Shompa Datta

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Jakayla Lowery

Student Appointed by SGA – Mr. Kylon Freeman

 

Judiciary Committee  – Reports to the Provost (Academic issues) or Vice President for Student Affairs (Social issues) (9); Committee elects Convener; Meets as needed

 

Function: To render judgment in cases referred by the Vice President for Student Affairs under the College Code of Conduct. To render judgment in matters of academic dishonesty formally referred by faculty. To render judgment on charges of academic malfeasance or malfeasance formally made by students against faculty. To render judgment on charges of non-academic malfeasance formally made by students against staff.

 

Faculty or Staff appointed by President – Dr. Linda Beito

Faculty or Staff appointed by President – Dr. Marcus Kennedy

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Dr. Jonathan Ray

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Dr. Sonya Hutchinson

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Dr. Kathryn Brewer-Strayer

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Ms. Denise Moody

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Lauren Jones

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Dalajah Bryant

Student Appointed by SGA – Mr. Samuel Mendenhall

 

Faculty Committee  – Reports to the President’s Cabinet (5); Committee elects Convener; Meets as needed

 

Function: To hear cases involving alleged violations of faculty rights, especially contractual rights, as well as other grievances against the College administration.  The committee has special responsibility for hearing and making recommendations regarding alleged discrimination in handling of promotion, tenure, and matters of academic freedom. In addition to making findings, the committee may recommend remedies.

 

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Donald Chinula

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Sher Kannar

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Sonya Hutchinson

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Larry Kreiser

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Myung Lee

 

Staff Committee – Reports to the President’s Cabinet (7); Committee elects Convener; Meets as needed

 

Function: To hear cases involving alleged violations of staff rights, especially conditions of employment, as well as other grievances against the relevant supervisor. The committee has special responsibility for hearing and making recommendations regarding alleged discrimination and arbitrary sanctions. In addition to making findings, the committee may recommend remedies.

 

Staff Appointed by Vice President  – Mr. Ken Alston

Staff Appointed by Vice President  – Mr. Phillip Cunningham

Staff Appointed by Vice President – Ms. Tiffany Cylar

Staff Appointed by Vice President (at least five years of employment with College) – Ms. Asenath Edison-Gay

Staff Appointed by Vice President (at least five years of employment with College) – Ms. Luvenia Cain

Staff Appointed by Vice President (at least five years of employment with College) – Mr. James Dumas

Staff Appointed by Vice President (at least five years of employment with College) – Ms. Jacqueline Currie

 

Scholarship Committee – Reports to the Vice President for Finance and Facilities  (11); Meets weekly

 

Function: To recommend criteria for awarding the various scholarships administered by the College. To recommend and implement within the framework of federal and state regulations and College policy, procedures for awarding financial aid to students.  The committee receives regular reports on and monitors scholarship awards to insure budget integrity.

 

Scholarship Coordinator, Convener – Ms. Lanita Bostic

Student Success Coordinator – Ms. Fayth Hope

Vice President for Institutional Advancement – Ms. Luanne Baker

Dean of Student Life – Mr. Marcus Kennedy

Director of Financial Aid – Ms. Dytirt Love

Coordinator/Counselor of Student Support Services – Mr. Harold Ingram

Professional English Tutor/Student Support Services – Ms. Fahmida Bratina

Chair of English Department – Dr. Norman Golar

Vice President of Finance and Facilities – Mr. Melvin Waits

Student Appointed by SGA – Mr. Justus Martin

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Andrea Harrison

  

Library Committee – Reports to the Provost (8); Meets once per semester

 

Function: To recommend policies and procedures governing library acquisitions and utilization. To consider and make recommendations regarding the creation and utilization of non-departmentally based media and technology laboratories.

 

Dean of Library Services, Convener – Mr. Robert Heath

Assistant Librarian Elected – Ms. Evelyn King

Faculty Appointed (School of Arts and Sciences) by FCOC  – Dr. Michael Andrews

Faculty Appointed (School of Business) by FCOC – Dr. Carol Williams

Faculty Appointed (School of Education) by FCOC – Dr. Alicia Curry

Staff Appointed by SCOC (Staff Committee on Committees) – Ms. Daphne Hood

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Lolitha Gunn

Student Appointed by SGA – Kiuana Brown

 

Faculty Committee on Committees – Reports to Provost and Faculty Organization (7); Committee elects Convener*; Meets as needed

 

Function: To circulate committee preference forms and make committee assignments based thereon. To hold elections for faculty representatives to the Board of Trustees and faculty representatives on the Academic Affairs and Faculty Committees, as well as other committees requiring faculty election. In execution of its duties, the Committee, to the extent practical, takes into account the diversity of the College.

 

Senior Representative to the Board of Trustees – Dr. Askhari Hodari

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Kathryn Brewer-Strayer

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Sandra Jemison

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Norman Golar

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. David Ngong

Faculty Elected by Faculty Organization – Dr. Alicia Curry

Junior Representative to the Board of Trustees, ex officio (to be elected)

 

Staff Committee on Committees – Reports to the President (7); Committee elects Convener*; Meets as needed

 

Function: To circulate committee preference forms and make committee assignments based thereon. To hold elections for committees requiring staff election. In execution of its duties, the Committee, to the extent practical, takes into account the diversity of the College.

 

Staff Appointed by President – Ms. Larcia Warthaw

Staff Appointed by Provost – Ms. Marshetta Spencer

Staff Appointed by V.P. Institutional Advancement – Ms. Luvenia Cain

Staff Appointed by V.P. Finance and Facilities – Ms. Katrina Stephens

Staff Appointed by V.P. Student Affairs – Mr. Ken Alston

Staff Appointed by V.P. Institutional Effectiveness – Ms. Greta Eubanks

Staff Appointed by V.P. Strategic Initiatives – Ms. RaSheda Workman

 

Campus Security Committee – Reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs (11); Meets monthly

 

Function: To serve as the college-wide steering committee for the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act. It is responsible for dissemination of information and reports. The Committee is also responsible for recommending appropriate courses of action to the various administrative units.  Specific responsibilities: 1) develop and review campus security policies, 2) develop and review campus emergency response procedures and plans, 3) develop and review policies governing access to academic buildings, residence halls, and other facilities, 4) develop procedures for inspecting campus lighting and shrubbery, 5) determine notification procedures, 6) encourage safety and security education and awareness programs on campus, 7) encourage accurate and prompt reporting of crimes to campus and local police, and 8) prepare the annual report concerning policies on crime prevention issues and statistics on specific crimes.

 

Chief of Police, Convener – Ms. Cassandra Cooper

Director of Plant Operations – Mr. Michael Hubbard

Safety Director – Mr. Phillip Cunningham

Director of Student Development – Ms. Jacqueline Currie

Director of Student Support Services – Dr. Bettye Mullen

Faculty Appointed by FCOC- Dr. Michael Andrews

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Dr. Debra Bass

Staff Appointed by SCOC – Mr. Marcus Kennedy

Staff Appointed by SCOC – Mr. Kavil Cistrunk

Student Appointed by SGA – Mr. Bryce Gober

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Calajah Bryant

 

Student Affairs Committee – Reports to the Vice President for Student Affairs (9); Meets monthly

 

Function: To consider and make recommendations on matters concerning all phases of student life and activities. This includes a wide range of recreational, leisure, and religious activities. Inclusive among student activities are those that take place in the Hay College Center and relate specifically to the operation of the Hay College Center.

 

Vice President of Student Affairs, Convener – Dr. Joseph Scrivner

Dean of Student Life – Mr. Marcus Kennedy

Director of Residential Life – Mr. Marcus Kennedy

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Dr. Thomas Jennings

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Dr. Kingsley Wokukwu

Staff Appointed by SCOC – Mr. Harold Ingram

Staff Appointed by SCOC – Ms. Fayth Hope

Student Appointed by SGA – Mr. Bryce Gober

Student Appointed by SGA – Mr. Justus Martin

 

Institutional Assessment Committee – Reports to the President’s Cabinet (10); Meets monthly

 

Function: To plan, review, and execute evaluation of all phases of institutional life, with special attention to academic assessment. The work undertaken by the Committee does not replace or supersede discrete unit assessments, but may be considered the global institutional research and effectiveness function.

 

Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Convener – Dr. Mary Jane Krotzer

Vice President for Strategic Initiatives – Dr. Lamin Drammeh

Director of Institutional Research – Ms. Asenath Edison-Gay

Provost – Dr. Mark McCormick

Director of Student Support Services – Dr. Bettye Mullen

Director of Information Technology – Ms. Tamara Marshall

Director of Quality Enhancement Plan – Dr. Kathryn Brewer-Strayer

Faculty Appointed (School of Arts and Sciences) by FCOC – Dr. Sonya Hutchinson

Faculty Appointed (School of Business) by FCOC – Mr. Thaddeus Steele

Faculty Appointed (School of Education) by FCOC – Ms. Denise Moody

 

Finance and Facilities Committee – Reports to the President’s Cabinet (7); Meets monthly

 

Function: To monitor all financial matters and review reports concerning the financial status of the college; review and/or make recommendation concerning all budget matters involving revenue and expenditures; and support the College’s Strategic Plan goals and objectives by promoting safe, adequate, well-maintained facilities and signage that support excellence in education and maintain the aesthetics of the college’s facilities.

 

Vice President for Finance and Facilities, Convener – Mr. Melvin Waits

Director of Grants and Contracts – Ms. Kaitlyn Kirkpatrick

Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness – Dr. Mary Jane Krotzer

Senior Director of Information Technology – Mr. Michael Hubbard

Faculty Appointed by FCOC – Dr. Michael Andrews

Staff Appointed by SCOC – Mr. Max Kimbrough

Student Appointed by SGA – Ms. Andrea Harrison

 

Institutional Planning Committee – Reports to the President’s Cabinet (10); Meets monthly

 

Function: To validate that Stillman College engages in ongoing, integrated, and institution-wide research-based planning, administration, and evaluation processes that incorporate a systematic review of programs and services that result in continuing improvement, and demonstrates that the institution is effectively accomplishing its mission. The committee will also ensure Stillman College identifies expected institutional goals for its education programs and its administrative, and education support services; evaluate processes and evidence to determine whether its achieves these goals; and demonstrates that the evidence is utilized as a part of continuous improvement plan. The committee will monitor special projects and/or activities of the College and assist in planning and coordinating all major institutional publication.

 

Vice President for Strategic Initiatives, Convener – Dr. Lamin Drammeh

Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness – Dr. Mary Jane Krotzer

Provost – Dr. Mark McCormick

Vice President for Finance and Facilities – Mr. Melvin Waits

Dean of Library Services – Mr. Robert Heath

Senior Director of Technology & Campus Services – Mr. Michael Hubbard

Faculty Appointed (School of Arts and Sciences) by FCOC – Dr. David Ngong

Faculty Appointed (School of Business) by FCOC – Dr. Kingsley Wokukwu

Faculty Appointed (School of Education) by FCOC – Dr. Sharon Richter

Staff Appointed by SCOC – Ms. Christy Jackson

Student Appointed by SGA – Andrea Harrison

 

*The Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness will initiate first meeting of the academic year at which time the committee will select its convener.