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Advisory Committee

Function and Performance

The advisory committee provides external expertise and public presence in support of guiding principles, strategic goals and accomplishments of the CCED. The criteria for Committee member invitation are contributions, credentials and accomplishments in their discipline and vocation, and commitment to serve the Delta area.The Committee shall represent the following generic areas:

  • DSU senior faculty associates
  • Faculty in DSU and other universities
  • Deans of DSU colleges and schools
  • Contributing partners, businesses, community service organizations, and foundations
  • Delta Area Association for Improvement of Schools (DAAAIS)
  • The Delta Council and others

The Dean of Graduate and Continuing Studies and Research, who serves as chair of the Advisory Committee, selects and appoints Committee members to provide an annual rotation of staggered three-year appointments. Maximum committee membership is 15. The DSU Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs serves as an ex-officio member. The Committee serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean as shown in the organizational chart. Responsibilities of the Advisory Committee include:

  • Providing advice on programmatic, financial, structural, and strategic issues relating to the success and viability of the CCED
  • Working on specific tasks as assigned by the committee chair for the advancement of the goals of the CCED
  • Understanding the mission, goals, resource opportunities and resource constraints of the CCED by having comprehensive knowledge of the CCED’s business/management plan
  • Attending bi-monthly meetings and extraordinary meetings convened by the chair of the advisory committee