University Technology Council
- Provide feedback on the appropriate Information Technology committee structures to maximize alignment of technology initiatives with the strategic goals of LMU.
- Provide input on the performance of strategic technology projects to ensure that the stated values and benefits of projects have been realized.
- Recommend for University approval IT-related policies and update existing policies as appropriate.
- Advise ITS on the existing environment at LMU and to consider existing or emerging technologies that might significantly increase the quality of the technology at LMU.
- Act as a communications clearinghouse for ITS strategic initiatives.
Twice per semester (Summer not included).
Enterprise Technology Committee
The Enterprise Technology Committee will advise ITS on technology solutions for University administrative processes.
- Identify and give discourse to how technology might maximize the efficiency of business processes at the University.
- Review proposed enterprise technology projects and advise ITS on University-wide impact of projects.
- Identify all system integrations and advise ITS on the priority of integrations that are candidates for improvement.
- Review progress of system integration projects and advise ITS on new system integration projects.
- Advise on solution or process-oriented risks and trends by engaging the broader technology community.
- Advocate for best practices in respective business units.
Two times per semester (Summer not included).
|Jean-Paul Andrieu||Director of Planning and Architecture|
|Jorge Atilano||Associate Director of Admissions|
|John Beckwith||Director, Campus Business Services|
|John Carfora, Ed.D.||
Associate Provost for Research Advancement and Compliance
|Patrick Hogan||Director of Financial Planning|
|Michael Keane||Director of Enrollment Research and Special Projects|
|John Kiralla||Executive Director, Marketing Communications|
|Chaké Kouyoumjian||Associate Dean of Graduate Studies|
|Tracy Martin||Director of Human Resources/HRIS & Compensation|
|Robert Nitsos||Assistant Registrar, Student Records Systems|
|Rosie Pulido||Associate Director of Financial Aid|
|Kathy Reed||University Registrar|
|Jade Smith||Associate Dean, Student Affairs|
|Aimee Uen||Assistant Controller, Controller’s Office|
|Alma Vorst||Senior Director, University Relations Services|
Academic Technology Committee
The Academic Technology Committee (ATC) is to provide a forum for members of the academy to provide input and make suggestions, regarding their technology needs. The committee is also responsible for the determination of the annual Technology grant awardees.
Meetings are held monthly throughout the academic year and are on hiatus during the summer months. Additional membership consists of the Director of Academic Technology, serving as Assistant to the Chair, one faculty member from each college or school, and the Dean of the W.H. Hannon Library.
Six full-time faculty, one from each school and college; two student representatives (one graduate and one undergraduate); one professional librarian; the VP for Information Technology Services (ex officio); the Director of Academic Technology (ex officio); and the Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence (ex officio).
Terms of office: Members serve three-year terms. Any member shall be eligible for reappointment to a second term. No faculty shall be eligible to serve more than two consecutive terms without a term off before reappointment.
Chair: The Provost appoints the chair from among the faculty members of the committee. The appointment is made upon recommendation of the committee.
|Michael Mills, Ph.D.
Finance & Computer Information Systems
|Robbie Nakatsu, Ph.D.||2019|
Theatre Arts and Dance
|Damon Rago, M.F.A||2017|
|Martina Ramirez, Ph.D.||2017|
|Kurt Daugherty, M.F.A.||2019|
Specialized Programs in Urban Education
|Ernesto Colín, Ph.D||2018|
|William H. Hannon Library,
Digital Library Program
|Director, Educational Technology Services & Support,
Information Technology Services
|Vice President for Information Technology Services||Patrick Frontiera
|Director, Center for Teaching Excellence||Dorothea Herreiner
Learning Space Advisory Group
Categorizes and evaluates existing learning spaces on campus, prioritizes spaces for furniture and technology upgrades by ITS and FM, and sets campus standards for learning space design. Specifically, the Learning Space Advisory Group:
- Provides input on and approves the draft Classroom Evaluation Rubric
- Uses the Classroom Evaluation Rubric to evaluate existing spaces for the prioritization of classroom maintenance and technology upgrades.
- Reviews requests from departments for upgrades to learning space or creation of new learning spaces.
- Sets campus standards for user interaction and technology requirements.
- Maintains an accurate account and yearly grade of all learning spaces on campus.
Director of Disability Support Services (or delegate)
Chair of Committee for Excellence in Teaching (or delegate)
|Student Representative – TBD|
Senior Director, Facilities Management - Planning and Design
Martina Ramirez, Ph.D.