Governance and Advisory Committees
To act on behalf of all Arts and Sciences faculty in bringing matters of collective interest to the attention of the Executive Dean.
Representing a faculty voice, the FAC will seek:
- to promote a sense of community within the varied disciplines of arts and sciences
- to foster transparency, mutual respect, and representative participation
- to ensure shared commitment and accountability to the goals of the entire College
Gordon Aubrecht, Physics (3 years elected)
Nina Berman, Comparative Studies (3 years elected)
David Brewer, English (3 years appointed)
Prabir Dutta, Chemistry (3-years elected)
Russell Fazio, Psychology (3-years elected)
Lesley Ferris,Theatre (3-years elected)
Lisa Florman, History of Art (3-years elected)
Prem Goel, Statistics (3-years appointed to fill vacancy)
Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg, Anthropology (3 years elected)
Rebecca Haidt, Spanish & Portuguese (3 years elected)
Thomas Lemberger, Physics (3 years elected)
W. Scott McGraw, Anthropology (3 years appointee)
Anthony Mughan, Political Science (3 years elected)
Steve Rissing, EEBO (3 years appointed)
Gary Wenk, Psychology (3 years elected)
Joseph Steinmetz, Executive Dean and Vice Provost
Marc Pinsonnealt, Chair, ASC Faculty Senate
The SAC is a standing committee of the College of Arts and Sciences. It is comprised of 15 regular staff members from across Arts and Sciences who applied and were selected for two-year staggered terms. This diverse council will be convened to advise administration on staff issues, administer staff awards, and facilitate staff development grants, among other tasks. Connect to the SAC website at http://ascsac.osu.edu/. .
The Arts and Sciences Dean's Student Advisory Board is charged with advising the College of Arts and Sciences Executive Dean and Vice Provost on matters pertaining to students such as academics, communication, activities, student life, and college relations. The fifteen students members are identified according to the Board's by-laws.
Dean's Student Advisory Board
The Arts and Sciences Honors Program provides a stimulating and diverse educational environment in which even the most accomplished students have numerous, diverse, and challenging opportunities to examine and develop their interests, talents, and intellectual capabilities at all stages of their college career. The program brings together an outstanding faculty, rigorous courses, and co-curricular and extracurricular programming to ensure students are challenged and achieve excellence. Creativity, imagination, commitment, and integrity are espoused, encouraged, and expected by and from all participants.
Arts and Sciences Honors Committee