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2017 Conference Committee
The Conference Committee acts to bring members and all interested individuals together for an annual conference, during which new ideas and innovations in the practice and process of graduate enrollment management are exchanged. Emphasis is also placed on the role of professional development in the careers of graduate enrollment management personnel. Committee members are responsible for the planning and execution of the annual event.
Conference ChairGregg HenderschiedtUniversity of Florida3041 McCarty Hall DPO Box 110310Gainesville, Fl 32611Phone: (353) 273-3514ghendersdchiedt at ufl.eduAsistant Chair and MarketingNaronda WrightGeorgia Southern Universitynarondawright at georgiasouthern.eduSpecial ProjectsCicely McCrayUniversity of Charleston, SCmccraycc at cofc.edu
Education Programming ChairMelissa Delaney-KhanDominican University of Californiamelissa.delaney at dominican.edu
The Chapters Committee includes the presidents or leaders from each recognized chapter of NAGAP. The committee is convened by the designated chapter chair and meets several times each semester to discuss chapter initiatives including: professional development, webinar offerings and co-hosting of NAGAP receptions.
Colleen L. GabauerManaging Director Office of Interdisciplinary Graduate ProgramsSchool of Interdisciplinary Studies, College of Liberal ArtsThe Purdue Graduate SchoolErnest C. Young Hall, Rm. 170West Lafayette, IN 47907Phone: (765) 494-9256Cgabauer at purdue.edu
The Education Committee is responsible for planning the broad education curriculum of NAGAP and for coordinating and supporting the educational activities of the Conference Committee, the Professional Development Committee and other areas of the Association.
Cammie Baker Clancy, Chair
Empire State College-SUNYSchool for Graduate Studies111 West AveSaratoga Springs, NY 12866Phone: (518) 587-2100
cammie.baker-clancy at ese.edu
Dannette BeaneVirginia Techgomezd at vt.eduMatthew Cipriano
Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Sciences
mac2113 at med.cornell.eduLeslie BrezinaRegis Universitylbrezina at regis.eduPam GustafsonLong Island Universitypamela.pruitt at liu.eduJennifer Mailey
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
jam333 at cornell.eduAmanda Ostreko
University of Kansas
amandao at ku.eduTom Rock
Columbia University Teacher's College
tpr4 at columbia.eduHelen ValineUniversity of San Francisco-San Jose Campushvaline at usfca.edu
International Relations Advisory Council
The International Relations Committee is responsible for educating and informing members about international education issues in graduate enrollment management, increasing NAGAP’s international membership base and visibility of the organization within the international education community, and ensuring that NAGAP's objectives and strategies align with supporting and educating a global membership.
Colleen Thapalia, ChairThe College of St. RoseGrad. & Con't. Ed. Admissions432 Western AveAlban, NY 12203Phone: (518) 458-5486thapalic at mail.strose.edu
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Advisory Council
The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Advisory Committee will support the association’s efforts towards ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion are embraced throughout the organization. This includes being available to consult with the Membership, Education, Publications, and Research committees, as well as any other NAGAP committee or workgroup that might benefit from their counsel. The DEI Advisory Committee may also be asked to assist with specific projects as they relate to the association’s strategic plan.
Sylvia Alexander-Sedey, ChairSt. Catherine UniversityGraduate Admission, #40272004 Randolph Ave.St. Paul, MN 55105Phone: (651) 690-6243swalexander at stkate.eduRenee BartonGeorgetown Universityab2856 at georgetown.eduMarilyn KershawUniversity of Cincinnatikershamn at uc.eduMelissa LeeVirginia Commonwealth Universitymlee27 at vcu.edu
The Membership Committee is responsible for disseminating information on all aspects of membership in NAGAP and for promoting the benefits of membership with individuals working in the field of graduate enrollment management.
Dave Fletcher, ChairEnrollment ServicesDivision of Mission & Institutional EffectivenessBarry University11300 NE 2nd AveMiami Shores, Florida 33161Phone: (305) 899-3100Dfletcher at barry.edu
St. Catherine University
ktchalberg at stkate.eduJared Fritz-McCartyRoosevelt Universityjmccarty at roosevelt.edu
North Carolina State University
lwgentil at ncsu.eduTara Hobson-Prater
Indiana University School of Medicinetlhobson at iu.edu
spettingill at bellarmine.edu
Professional Development Committee
The Professional Development Committee is responsible for three NAGAP professional development events per year: Summer Institute focuses on the needs of beginning enrollment management professionals; Winter Institute is designed for enrollment management professionals with five or more years of experience; and Pre-Conference Institute is a one day event that highlights a specific topic or issue that is particularly relevant or urgent to all graduate enrollment managers.
Katie Beczak, Chair
Rochester Institute of Technology
kmbges at rit.edu
abalayan at suffolk.edu
University of Kansas
amandao at ku.edu
Memorial University of Newfoundland
ashley.hurley at mun.ca
The Publications Committee is responsible for publishing NAGAP’s Perspectives journal and newsletter, to provide NAGAP members with timely and professional information and an opportunity to share views regarding graduate enrollment management and related topics.
Within the Publications Committee, the Editorial Subcommittee is responsible for NAGAP's professional publications, including Perspectives and The GEM Research Advocate journals. The Communications Subcommittee is responsible for NAGAP's email newsletters, social media and other communications. The Media Relations Subcommittee is responsible for NAGAP's media and public relations and official association statements.
Jennifer Kulbeck, Editor/Chair
Assistant Dean of Liberal Arts
Saint Mary's College of California
1928 Saint Mary's Road
Moraga, CA 94575
Phone: (925) 631-8223
jak12 at stmarys-ca.eduNicquet Blake, PhDUniversity of Texas Health Science Center San Antonioblaken at uthscsa.eduMarianne GumpperFairfield Universitymgumpper at fairfield.eduMallory MaggiacomoMarist Collegemallory.maggiacomo at marist.eduKate McConnellPennsylvania State Great Valleyctm16 at psu.eduKittie PainNeumann Universitypaink at neumann.eduCaela ProvostUniversity College Corkamericanrep at ucc.ieBarbara SelmoLesley Universitybselmo at lesley.edu
The Research Committee designs and implements research projects in a continuing effort to provide relevant comparative data on both professionally related activities and national issues that affect graduate school policies and requirements. The results of completed surveys are published and shared with NAGAP members and the broader graduate education community.
Dean Tsantir, Chair
University of Minnesota
101 Pleasant St., S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone: (612) 625-1303
tsan0006 at umn.eduNoro AndriamanalinaUniversity of Minnesotaandri002 at umn.eduPaula BakerUniversity of Minnesotabaker496 at umn.eduTerrence GrusMizzou University of Missourigrust at missouri.eduMarlaina KloepferWest Chester Universitymarlaina.geffers at gmail.comErinn Lake
lakee at edinboro.edu
North Carolina State University
loxenha at ncsu.edu
Shaine MarsdenTexas A&M University - CommerceShaine.Marsden at tamuc.eduChanelle VesseyOhio State Universityvessey.1 at osu.eduJennifer WebbMarymount UniversityJwebb at marymount.edu
Leadership Cultivation & Elections Committee
For the 2014-16 term of the NAGAP Governing Board, the Elections committee(i) will be called the Leadership Cultivation & Elections Committee and will be chaired by NAGAP President, James Crane(ii). The charge of this committee is three-fold:
- To run the nomination and election process,
- To focus on identifying new talent and cultivate future leadership for the association, (iii) and
- To embrace, value and champion the multi-faceted aspects of diversity as a core aspect of leadership cultivation, particularly as it relates to the nomination and election process.(iv)
The Leadership Cultivation & Elections Committee is interested in assessing the composition of the current board (skills, demographics) in order to guide our planning and work to cultivate future leaders and create meaningful pathways to engagement for members.
James N. Crane, Chair
Assistant Dean, Graduate Studies
Brigham Young University
BYU Graduate Studies
Provo, UT 84602
Phone: (801) 422-1586
james_crane at byu.eduMarcus Hanscom
Roger Williams University
mhanscom at rwu.eduJaclyn L. FarinaBrandeis University Graduate School of Arts & Sciencesfarina at brandeis.eduJennifer Kulbeck
Saint Mary's College of California
jak12 at stmarys-ca.eduThomas P. Rock, Ed.D.
Teachers College, Columbia University
tpr4 at tc.columbia.eduKristen Sterba, Ph.D.
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
kmsterba at uams.edu
(i) NAGAP Bylaws, Article VI, Section A, Number 2 – The Elections committee shall solicit nominees for NAGAP officer positions from the voting membership and present a slate of candidates for election to the Governing Board.
(ii) The Past President office is vacant; James Crane will not be running for office and therefore serving as chair of this committee presents no conflict of interest.
(iii) NAGAP Strategic Plan, Key Focus Area 1: Governance and Leadership – We will improve governance and promote leadership through a regular review of bylaws. We will extend the board governance tools or processes to all subgroups and Chapters. We will identify new talent and cultivate it for future leaders.
(iv) NAGAP Strategic Plan, Key Focus Area 4: Diversity and Inclusiveness – We will have a comprehensive focus on inclusiveness and diversity across all core aspects of the association, including membership, leadership, and education. We will embrace, value, and champion the multi-faceted aspects of diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender, veterans, geographic (national and international) location, institution type, and academic field.