STUDENT AFFAIRS LEADERSHIP Organizational Chart VICE CHANCELLOR Dr. Shannon Finning SPECIALIZED ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Ann Valentino DIRECTOR CENTER FOR RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL LIFE Rabbi Jacqueline Satlow ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENTS/ DIRECTOR HRE Lucinda Poudrier Aaronson ASSISTANT DIRECTOR COMMUNITY STANDARDS, SAFETY & SECURITY Johanna Bielawski ASSISTANT DIRECTOR RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC INITIATIVES Michelle Black ASSISTANT DIRECTOR UPPERCLASS RESIDENCES Lydia Johnson ASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR Cynthia Cummings DIRECTOR STUDENT ACTIVITIES, INVOLVEVMENT & LEADERSHIP Chris Laib DIRECTOR HEALTH SERVICES Sheila Dorgan EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER Dr. Linda Kent Davis ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HEALTH SERVICES Marianne Sullivan ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER Alyssa Snizek ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SAIL Wayne Williams DIRECTOR, INTERNSHIPS/ EXPERIENTIUAL LEARNING Amelia Alburn ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SAIL Stacy Ploskonka ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HEALTH EDUCATION Beth-Anne Vieira 5 NP, 2 RNs, 2 MAs ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HOUSING OPERATIONS Brad Rohrer CAREER SPECIALIST Racheal Roy CAREER COUNSELOR Colleen Wetterland DIRECTOR OF Public Safety Emil Fioravanti University Police Captain Timothy Sheehan Assistant Director TBA Accountant I Richard Tuttle CRISIS RESPONSE GENERAL MANAGER WUMD RADIO STATION Jennifer Mulcare-Sullivan Medical Leaves Senate Advisor Student Government Association Advisor COMMENCEMENT Student Fee Allocation Committee ASSISTANT DIRECTOR COUNSELING SERVICES Dr. Sarah Fraser ASSISTANT DIRECTOR COUNSELING SERVICES TBA Director of Environmental Health & Safety Robert Casparius Psychologist Dr. David Perry University Police Lieutenants John Souza Maurice Dore Eric Vanasse Psychologist Psychologist Dr. Dr. Nicholas Nicholas Olendzski Olendzski University Police Sergeants Mark Nataly Victor Jorge Mark Andrade Damon Gomes 16 University Police Officers Convocation DIRECTOR COUNSELING SERVICES Dr. Catherine Perry BUSINESS MANAGER Barbara Costa 11 Resident Directors 128 Resident Assistants Graduate Student June 2018 Assessment 3 Institutional Security Officers 5 Communications Dispatchers ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENTS Shelly Metivier Scott DIRECTOR CENTER FOR ACCESS AND SUCCESS Wendi Chaka ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR CAS Joshua Crary ENDEAVOR SCHOLARS Social Worker Nancy Harper ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II Karen Pimentel DIRECTOR STUDENT CONDUCT & DISPUTE RESOLUTION Mary Beckwith Orientation PROGRAM Veteran and Commuter Students DEPUTY COORDINATOR FOR TITLE IX Student Leaves Environmental Health & Safety Specialist Amy Pacheco Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator Brian Serrecchio FALL FAMILY WEEKEND Evening/Weeke ndEVENING/ ON-CALL WEEKEND Coordinator ON CALL COORDINATOR Student Advocacy Food Insecure Homeless and Foster Students DIRECTOR FREDERICK DOUGLASS UNITY HOUSE Nicole Williams ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FDUH LaSella Hall ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS/ DIRECTOR CENTER FOR WOMEN, GENDER & SEXUAITY Dr. Juli Parker ASST DIRECTOR FOR ADVOCACY & EDUCATION Jessica Harris
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2008: The Year of Peer Review Enhancing Peer Review “Fund the best science, by the best scientists, with the least administrative burden…” Elias Zerhouni, MD, Former Director, NIH
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NIH Expedited Reporting • Requirements for reporting vary by institute Institute NCCAM: NCI: NEI: NHLBI: NIA: NIAID: NIAMS: NICHD: NIDA: NIDCR: NIDDK: NIMH: NINDS: Data and Safety Monitoring Policies http://nccam.nih.gov/research/policies/datasafety/ http://deainfo.nci.nih.gov/grantspolicies/datasafety.htm http://www.nci.nih.gov/clinical_trials/conducting/ http://www.nei.nih.gov/funding/policy/policy6.htm http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/funding/policies/dsmb_est.htm http://rover2.nhlbi.nih.gov/funding/policies/dsm-12.htm http://rover2.nhlbi.nih.gov/funding/policies/dataqual.htm http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/funding/policies/dsmb_othr.htm http://www.nia.nih.gov/funding/policy/humint.htm http://www.niaid.nih.gov/ncn/pdf/clinterm.pdf http://www.niams.nih.gov/rtac/clinical/dsmb3.html http://www.niams.nih.gov/rtac/funding/grants/datasafe.htm http://www.nichd.nih.gov/funding/datasafety.htm http://www.nida.nih.gov/Funding/DSMBSOP.html http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/research/ctp/data_safety_monitoring_boards.pdf http://www.niddk.nih.gov/patient/patient.htm#policy http://www.nimh.nih.gov/research/safetymonitoring.cfm http://www.ninds.nih.gov/funding/ninds_patient_safety_guidelines.htm
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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville University Housing - 2008 - 2009 Michael Schultz Director of University Housing Kathleen Gardner Associate Director of Residence Life Lisa Israel Assistant Director for Residential Education Sarah Wyatt Kirkpatrick Community Director Cougar Village Sheila Coressel Assistant Director for Training and Development Amanda Stonecipher Assistant Director of Residence Life Kyle Lineback Hall Director Woodland Hall Spencer Giese Assistant Community Director 400 Side Chris Toenjes Assistant Hall Director Kristy Wakefield Assistant Community Director Family Housing Cathy Passananti Hall Director Prairie Hall Kelli Hall Assistant Community Director Upper 500 Side Samantha Christie Assistant Hall Director Jessica Vanderwood Hall Director Bluff Hall Sarah Danford Assistant Community Director Lower 500 Side Kristin Richards Assistant Hall Director Lacey Howe Assistant Community Director Programming & Administration Justin Allen Hall Director Evergreen Hall Amie Tillery Assistant Hall Director 03/26/19
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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville University Housing - 2010 - 2011 Michael Schultz Director of University Housing Kathleen Gardner Associate Director of Residence Life Vicky Dean Assistant Director for Residential Education Sarah Wyatt Kirkpatrick Assistant Director of Residence Life For Cougar Village Kyle Lineback Assistant Director for Training and Development Amanda Stonecipher Assistant Director of Residence Life For the Residence Halls Jamie Matthews Community Director Woodland Hall Bobbie Cole Community Director Cougar Village 400 Side Michelle Farney Assistant Community Director Cathy Passananti Community Director Prairie Hall Chinomso Ibe Assistant Community Director Family Resource Center Brian Skaggs Assistant Community Director Rex Jackson Community Director Cougar Village 500 Side Jessica Vanderwood Community Director Bluff Hall Debra Simmerman Assistant Community Director Stephanie Matteson Assistant Community Director Operations Nate Pauley Community Director Evergreen Hall Jaclyn Weisenborn Assistant Community Director 03/26/2019
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The NIH Peer Review Process Additional Information • Enhancing Peer Review Initiative http://enhancing-peer-review.nih.gov/ • Office of Extramural Research Peer Review Process http://grants.nih.gov/grants/peer_review_process.htm • Peer Review Policies & Practices http://grants.nih.gov/grants/peer/peer.htm • Center for Scientific Review http://cms.csr.nih.gov/AboutCSR/Welcome+to+CSR/ 46 46
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Organizational Chart Maureen Binder Associate Vice President for Human Resources & Chief HR Officer Renee Grigor Assistant Director Talent Acquisition Sarah Lovel Assistant Director Compensation Douglas Lewis Nancy Gayton Becky Moulton Shelia Daniels Associate Director Director Associate Director Executive Facilities & Safety Health Affairs & COM Workforce Administration & Technology Tony Fappiano Tania Gutierrez-Catasus Floyd Sturdifen Shanika Gooding Julia Needham Cristina Rever Lead Coordinator Marie Milien Terri Smith Consultants Farrah Torres Tara Herget Amy Robinson Assistant Director HRIS Kristina Smith Annie Brown Office Manager Consultants Daren Hill Josh Hallam Cassetta Phillips Danielle Chung Carol Arce Monica Alvarado-Rodriguez Analysts Coordinators Annya Baerga TBA Molly Myers Kay West Liz Harris Brittany Hofmann Tajah Foster OPS Jamie Makowski Coordinators HR Representatives Sr.HR Representative Stephanie Santiago Senior Analysts Ashlynn Hughes HR Assistants TBA Intern IT Manager Isha Guerrero-Londeree Assistant Director Payroll Services Maribeth Kerr Assistant Manager Michael Minutelli LaToya Anderson Michael Lieblong Jordan Castillo Jeremy Armstrong QC Coordinators Bonnie Belot Senior HR Representative Abbee Camen Assistant Director, Employment Services & Records Garnette Garricks Assistant Manager Kelly Fernandez Tia Lloyd HR Coordinators Fiona M. Murphy Lorena Perez Connie Gauthreaux Karen Sgambati HR Representatives Karen Black Shay Vickers Program Assistants Last updated: 10/02/2017 Director Elizabeth Richner Assistant to CHRO Ashley Longoria Associate Director Benefits & Leave Administration Aisha Morfe-Benscome Assistant Manager Keven Ayala Samuel Ensenat Emanuel Torres Venessa Williams Benefits Coordinators Jon Richman Benefits Analyst Ben Anderson Assistant Director, Leave Administration Lizbed Santiago-Rivera Alicia Melendez Leave Coordinators Todd Coon HR Representative Rachelle Lehner Assistant Director Learning & Organizational Effectiveness Lee Williams Training Coordinator Margie Chusmir OD Consultant Andrew Carlton Intern TBA Sr. HR Communications Coordinator TBA Associate Director Research & Commercialization Jennifer McKay HR Recruiter Karen Norum Web Designer Doshie Walker Training Manager Millicent Downer Michelle Brooks Associate Director Associate Director HR Accounting & Operations Employee Relations & HR Compliance Deborah Frankenbach Elizabeth Herrera Employee Relations Senior HR Coordinator Representative Elizabeth Rivera Senior Secretary Katheryn Daniels Theresa Scipione Accounting Coordinators Ivette Martinez Accountant
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Timeline for Tenure Year Event Year 1 Yearly Review Year 2 Yearly Review Year 3 Mid-Point Review Year 4 Terminal Year Year 5 Year 6 Mandatory Review Terminal Year Year 7 Mandatory Tenure Review Year 8 Tenure Awarded Comments Midpoint assesses progress towards tenure and occurs in the Fall of the third year. If not making progress, recommendation for terminal notice is made; if renewal, receive 3-year extension of appointment If not making progress, this is terminal year Mandatory Promotion Review occurs in the Fall of the fifth year. Assistant Professor must be promoted to Associate Professor to receive 2-year extension of appointment. Associate Professor is assessed for progress towards tenure. Promotion is effective June 1st of the sixth year. If Associate Professor is not making progress toward tenure or if Assistant Professor is not promoted, this is terminal year. Mandatory Tenure Review occurs in the Fall of the seventh year. If tenure is awarded, it is effective June 1st of the eighth year. If tenure is denied, this is terminal year 8
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Resources • About the Public Access Policy: – http://publicaccess.nih.gov/ – NIH Guide Notice for Public Access (January 2008): http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-08-033.html – New Guide Notice for Grantee Compliance (September 2008): http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-08-119.html – Email Questions: [email protected] • The NIH Manuscript Submission System: – http://www.nihms.nih.gov/ – Tutorials: http://www.nihms.nih.gov/web-help/ • PubMed Central: – http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/ – Educational Video: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Education/pmc/ – Information for Publishers: http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/about/pubinfo.html 18
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RePORT Stakeholders Internal Stakeholders NIH Director and Principal Deputy NIH Office of Extramural Research NIH Office of Intramural Research NIH Office of Science Policy NIH Office of Budget NIH Office of Communications and Public Liaison NIH Offices, Institutes, Centers External Stakeholders Congressional, White House, and DHHS staff White House Office of Science and Technology Policy White House Open Government Initiative OMB data.gov Patient advocacy groups Scientific and professional associations Media and Publishing NIH-supported institutions and small businesses Applicants and NIH-supported investigators Students Marketing consultants Economists and science policy analysts Other federal science agencies 4 Patients and their friends and family 4 4
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RePORT Stakeholders Internal Stakeholders • • • • • • • NIH Director and Principal Deputy NIH Office of Extramural Research NIH Office of Intramural Research NIH Office of Science Policy NIH Office of Budget NIH Office of Communications and Public Liaison NIH Offices, Institutes, Centers External Stakeholders • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Congressional, White House, and DHHS staff White House Office of Science and Technology Policy White House Open Government Initiative OMB data.gov Patient advocacy groups Scientific and professional associations Media and Publishing NIH-supported institutions and small businesses Applicants and NIH-supported investigators Students Marketing consultants Economists and science policy analysts 16 Other federal science agencies Patients and their friends and family 16 16
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Guidelines for Determining “arm’s length” Reviewers: Reviewer Qualifications Details Is this reviewer a current or former mentor/mentee? Former preceptors, thesis advisors, lab directors, or other industry experts that have had a role in your training and development are NOT considered arm’s-length. Former students, and/or post-graduate trainees are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is the reviewer from your former institution and/or region? In general, reviewers should NOT be from your former institution, regardless of professional relationship. Former faculty members, Chairs, Deans and/or colleagues who directly interacted with you in the course of your duties at your former institution(s) are NOT considered arm’s-length. Candidates should NOT list more than one reviewer from the same institution. Is this reviewer a current or former supervisor? Former lab directors, Chairs, Deans that directly supervised your duties and/or training at other institutions are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is this reviewer a close collaborator? If the reviewer has collaborated in a grant, published or been a co-applicant with you, within the last five years, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s- length. Beyond that five year window, the reviewer may or may not be neutral depending on the nature of the relationship. Is this reviewer a close personal friend or a relative? If the reviewer has maintained a long-standing relationship that has extended beyond professional meetings or occasional communications, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s-length. 26
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Guidelines for Determining “arm’s length” Reviewers: Reviewer Qualifications Details Is this reviewer a current or former mentor/mentee? Former preceptors, thesis advisors, lab directors, or other industry experts that have had a role in your training and development are NOT considered arm’s-length. Former students, and/or post-graduate trainees are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is the reviewer from your former institutions and/or regions? In general, reviewers should NOT be from your former institutions, regardless of professional relationship. Former faculty members, Chairs, Deans and/or colleagues who directly interacted with you in the course of your duties at your former institutions are NOT considered arm’s-length. Candidates should NOT list more than one reviewer from the same institution. Is this reviewer a current or former supervisor? Former lab directors, Chairs, Deans that directly supervised your duties and/or training at other institutions are NOT considered arm’s-length. Is this reviewer a close collaborator? If the reviewer has collaborated in a grant, published or been a co-applicant with you, within the last five years, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s- length. Beyond that five year window, the reviewer may or may not be neutral depending on the nature of the relationship. Is this reviewer a close personal friend or a relative? If the reviewer has maintained a long-standing relationship that has extended beyond professional meetings or occasional communications, the reviewer is NOT considered arm’s-length. 26
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ACCJC Cycles/ Reports CPC Assessment/ Planning PBTs & College Council 2011-12 2012-13 SITE VISIT Follow-up Site Visit (Recs #1,#2,#3) Year 1 Curriculum Review Cycles Year 4 Follow-up Letter (Rec #1) MIDTERM REPORT Year 5 Year 6 Form Teams SELF STUDY Outcomes Review 2017-18 Year 1 SITE VISIT Governance Review Ongoing Assessment of Governance (annual survey) Planning & Resource Allocation (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocation (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocation (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocation (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocation (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocation (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocation (PRA) Ongoing Development and Assessment of Student Equity Plans APRU # 3 ICC/GE Assessment Cycles Outcome/ Assessment Cycles Year 3 2015-16 2016-17 Ongoing Preparation and Submission of ACCJC Reports “Quilt” Values EMP Mission Review REVIEW Review Review Governance Review Equity Assessment/ Planning Six-Year Program Review Process Year 2 2013-14 2014-15 Outcomes Assessment Cycles 5 Year cycle APRU #4 CPR CPR & & 5-Year 5-Year Plan Plan Reflect Critical Thinking GCS&E Outcomes Assessment Cycles PLOAC CLOAC DLOAC Outcomes Assessment Cycles 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle 3rd ICC APRU #1 APRU #2 APRU #2 5th ICC Critical Thinking Outcomes Assessment Cycles CLOAC DLOAC PLOAC Outcomes Assessment Cycles 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle 4th ICC DAC - Detailed Planning Cycle - 2011 - 2017 College Planning Committee 5/15/13
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ACCJC Cycles/ Reports CPC Assessment/ Planning PBTs & College Council Equity Assessment/ Planning Six-Year Program Review Process 2011-12 2012-13 SITE VISI T Followup Site Visit (Recs #1,#2, #3) Year 1 Governance Review Year 2 2013-14 2014-15 Year 3 Year 4 Followup Letter (Rec #1) MIDTERM REPOR T 2015-16 2016-17 Year 5 Year 6 Form Teams SELF STUD Y Ongoing Preparation and Submission of ACCJC Reports Mission “Quilt” EMP Values Review Review REVIEW Review Planning & Resource Allocatio n (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocatio n (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocatio n (PRA) Planning & Resource Allocatio n (PRA) APRU # 3 ICC/GE Assessment Cycles APRU #4 Critical Thinking Outcome/ Assessment Cycles Outcomes Assessment Cycles Curriculum Review Cycles 5 Year cycle Outcomes Assessment Cycles 5 Year cycle GCS&E APRU #1 3rd ICC APRU #2 4th ICC SITE VISI T Governance Review Planning & Resource Allocatio n (PRA) Planning & Resourc e Allocatio n (PRA) Ongoing Development and Assessment of Student Equity Plans CPR CPR & & 55Year Year Plan Plan Year 1 Outcomes Review Ongoing Assessment of Governance (annual survey) Planning & Resource Allocatio n (PRA) 2017-18 DAC - Detailed Planning Cycle - 2011 - 2017 College Planning Committee 5/15/13 APRU #3 APRU #4 5th ICC Critical Thinking PLOAC CLOAC DLOAC Outcomes Assessment Cycles Outcomes Assessment Cycles CLOAC DLOAC PLOAC Outcomes Assessment Cycles 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle 5 Year cycle
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