The Associate/Assistant Graduate Deans' Council is a self-organized committee that provides a forum for the deans of graduate academic programs to discuss common issues, to make recommendations concerning graduate academic affairs to the University administration and appropriate faculty committees, and to respond to proposals related to graduate academic affairs submitted by members of the University community. The committee meets four times per year (September, November, February, and April).
Membership includes the associate and assistant deans of the various colleges and schools who have direct responsibility for managing graduate academic programs and the senior vice provost/dean of graduate studies. As the need arises, members of the various consulting offices on campus are invited to attend. Consulting offices include, but are not limited to, offices of the Provost, Registrar, Bursar, Payroll and Human Resources.
|Arts and Sciences||Hanno zur Loye|
|Engineering and Computing||Michael Matthews|
|Graduate Council||Matt Brown (Council Chair)|
|Graduate School||Murray Mitchell|
|Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management||Ercan Turk|
|Information and Communications||Sei-Hill Kim|
|Public Health||James Hardin|
|Social Work||Terry Wolfer|