In coordination with the AVCDUE, the Agenda Committee is responsible for the planning and development of agenda items for UAAC monthly meetings and for the electronic distribution of meeting agendas. The committee meets regularly as needed throughout the academic year. Four members serve staggered two-year terms.
|Ivonne Avila (CSE)||Co-chair|
|Christina Bond (Sixth College)|
|Marissa Lizarraga (Revelle College)|
|Ariane Parkes (Political Science)||Co-chair|
The Committee on Committees is responsible for the annual call of UAAC committee assignments, which typically occurs in the Spring. It is the responsibility of the Committee on Committees to ensure that every UAAC Committee has as broad a representation from diverse units. The committee also solicits nominations to appoint UAAC members to existing campus committees, and maintains the uaac-l listserv and website member listing. Four members serve staggered two-year terms.
|Shelley Druskin (Warren College)|
|Cindy Hsu (Roosevelt College)||Chair|
|Kristyn Lewko (Muir College)|
Under the oversight of the AVCDUE, the Electronic Information Committee is charged with evaluating and contributing to the development and dissemination of current and future information related to student academic advising. The Committee will make recommendations to key systems owners (e.g., TritonLink, DARS, VAC, etc.), and various websites with the goal of ensuring that students have access to accurate, consistent, easily navigable information across all sources. The committee will determine their own meeting schedule and may include ex officio members as needed for various initiatives. Seven members serve staggered three-year terms.
|Dana Brehm (Biological Sciences)|
|Christine Fraser (Sixth College)|
|Lea Mizumoto (Warren College)||Co-chair|
|Kimberley Newmark (Registrar)|
|Denise Odom (Marshall College)|
|Michelle Ransom (Admissions)||Co-chair|
|Christina Sandoval (MAE)|
|Jonathan Whitman, ex officio|
In coordination with the AVCDUE, the Training and Professional Development committee is responsible for researching, evaluating, and advertising currently available training and professional development opportunities to UAAC members, as well as recommending and assisting in the development of future training initiatives. The committee meets regularly throughout the academic year and may include ex officio members as needed. Five members serve staggered three-year terms.
|Edward Abeyta (Extension)|
|Peper Anan (Revelle College)
|Melissa Calderon (Roosevelt College)||Co-chair|
|Cyril Nierva (NanoEngineering)
|Natalie Noles (Biological Sciences)|