Long Range Planning and Environment Committee

Charges

Mandate from Policy B2.0

The Long Range Planning and Environment Committee shall prepare and review strategic planning initiatives of the university and review progress in achieving those goals. It shall take into consideration the sustainability and the physical state of the university as it influences the academic mission and include any deficiencies and proposed initiatives in a report to the Senate. The Long Range Planning and Environment Committee shall consist of one faculty member per college, each to be elected by their college; and three members at large elected by the Faculty Senate.

Charges for AY2022

1. Review and make recommendations related to campus policies  pertaining to pandemic(s) both current and future, to improve transparency and ensure fairness for all RIT communities impacted by them.

Membership

Yewande Abraham

College of Engineering Technology

At-large representative

2021-2023 (1st term)

Joseph Baschnagel

College of Liberal Arts

2022-2024 (1st Term)

Enid Cardinal

Office of the President

Ad-hoc representative for Sustainability

Open term

Seth Holmes

Golisano Institute for Sustainability

2021-2023 (1st Term)

A Jordan

College of Art and Design

2023-2025 (1st Term)

Joseph Lanzafame

College of Science

Chair, AY2021-22

At-large representative

2022-2024 (2nd term)

Lyle Larson

College of Health Sciences and Technology

2023-2025 (1st Term)

James Lee

College of Engineering Technology

2023-2025 (1st Term)

 

Cristian Linte

Kate Gleason College of Engineering

2023-2025 (1st Term)

Rick Mislan

Saunders College of Business

2022-2024 (2nd Term)

Susan Pagano

College of Science

2023-2025 (1st Term)

Ivan Puchades

Kate Gleason College of Engineering

At-large representative

2022-2024 (1st Term)

David Schwartz

Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences

2023-2025 (1st  Term)

Donna Tuffner

National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2023-2025 (1st Term)